Kelly Close followed her great passion and founded her own company- Close Concerns; a business focused on making everyone smarter about diabetes, pre-diabetes, and weight-related conditions, in order to significantly impact this global health issue.
In this episode, Mary connects with Pat Wadors, Chief People Officer of UKG. Mary and Pat discuss how the challenges we all have can lead to new strengths, the importance of never letting people define you, and Pat’s version of the Goldilocks principle as it relates to navigating your career and so much more.
In this episode, Mary connects with Jon Younger. Jon is the author of Forbes’ #Freelancerevolution blog and is a prolific and well-respected writer about the freelance economy.
In this episode, Mary connects with Mark Green, a Chief People Officer based in San Francisco with 30 years of global HR experience in Technology. He is currently CPO at Nextiva, a high growth private SaaS company providing communications and customer management solutions. Mary and Mark discuss the larger forces that play a role in the trajectory of your career path, why character traits are just as important as what you deliver, insight into successfully living and working cross-culturally and much more.
In this episode, Mary connects with Chip Conley to discuss Chips’ experience as Airbnb’s ‘Modern Elder’, the transformational cure to midlife malaise, how to be an effective and accepted leader regardless of your age and much more.
In this episode, Mary connects with George S. Davis. George recently retired from Intel where he served as CFO. He oversaw Intel’s global finance and information technology organizations, as well as its M & A function.
In this episode, Mary connects with Jorge Aisa Dreyfus. Jorge heads Talent, Capability and Culture at Sage, in what he sees as a fantastic opportunity to support their exciting transformation into a great Digital Network company.
In this episode, Mary connects with Everett Harper, a CEO, entrepreneur, strategist and author of the new book, Move to the Edge, Declare it Center, which offers a pragmatic take on solving complex problems and making decisions through uncertainty and offers leaders a new framework for success in an increasingly uncertain, and unpredictable world.
Mathew Jacob is the Global Senior Organization Development Leader for Novartis. He shares with us his career story and highlights over the course of his 20+ years of experience.
In this episode, Mary and InaMarie discuss the importance of making connections outside of both your company and industry, how to navigate your career well in our new context, why you need to focus on what you want and not what other people think you should want, why personal growth is everything and much more.