Culture

Ep 134. Kimberly Ramalho: Building a Culture of Empathy

Ep 134. Kimberly Ramalho: Building a Culture of Empathy

Kimberly Ramalho is VP of Communications and Public Affairs, Rotary and Mission Systems, at Lockheed Martin where she is actively involved in diversity and inclusion initiatives and she serves as executive chair of the corporation’s Women’s Impact Network. Stew and Kimberly discuss the importance of valuing and respecting everyone in the organization, how to make such empathy real, and the benefits that a diverse workforce brings directly to the company and to customers…[Click for more]

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Ep 130. John Baldoni: Grace

Ep 130. John Baldoni: Grace

John Baldoni is an internationally recognized leadership educator, executive coach, and author of 14 books including GRACE: A Leader’s Guide to a Better Us; Lead with Purpose, Lead Your Boss; and The Leader’s Pocket Guide. Stew and John discuss Grace, which focuses on how and why it’s essential for leaders -- for all of us -- to pay attention to common courtesy, comity, and civility in building connections in all parts of life…[Click for more]

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Ep 56. Brett Hurt: Linking the World's Data for Good

Ep 56. Brett Hurt: Linking the World's Data for Good

Brett Hurt is the CEO and co-founder of data.world, his sixth startup, a Public Benefit Corporation and Certified B Corporation® focused on building the most meaningful, abundant, and collaborative data resource in the world. Brett also founded and led Bazaarvoice and Coremetrics and is on the Board of Conscious Capitalism. He and Stew talk about how to build a humane, compassionate workplace...[Click for more]

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Ep 28. Jonelle Lesniak: Embrace Failure to Curb Unhealthy Competition

Ep 28. Jonelle Lesniak: Embrace Failure to Curb Unhealthy Competition

Jonelle Lesniak is Wharton alum and a senior analyst at the management consulting firm THRUUE, seeking to create change in organizations culture. She  coaches young professionals by helping them to consider important questions that lead to self-knowledge they can put into action. In this episode Stew and Jonelle discuss solutions addressing this problem by normalizing imperfection... [Click here for more]

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