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R.O.G. Return on Generosity

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67. Dave Raymond - F.U.N. with the Phillie Phanatic “A lot of the parts of my message for building on sustainable happiness go right to my clients about creating a valuable character brand because at the end, or as you said, a living breathing
66. Thomasina Williams  - Taking Space “There's something about being outside in nature. If you can't go outside, just walk around the floor..movement. It's in our bodies and we've got to somehow get that anxiety and that tension out of our bo
65. Denny Nealon - View From the Arena “A leadership culture where it's a servant leadership kind of culture, where leaders are looking out for the benefit of their teams and the organization.” Guest Info: Denny Nealon is the Chief Execut
64. Shannon Cassidy - Year in Review Guest Info:   Shannon Cassidy is a certified Executive Corporate Coach and a renowned authority on behavioral modification and communication. The small incremental changes she teaches and incorporates
63. Bill Strahan - Allowance of Micro-Failures “I think the number one thing is the allowance of micro failures. The allowance of small mishaps with neither the sense that they're being cataloged or that they're being stored. Or that they are
62. Joze Piranian - Radical Self-Acceptance “The fear of being rejected or being judged for sounding different, got in the way. And that's an interesting parallel that can be understood through one of my favorite metaphors that I speak about i
61. Dr. Omolara Thomas Uwemedimo  - Practicing Medicine and Self-Love "We have a lot of women who are moving out of caring for in medicine because one, the places they've been taught are the quote unquote safe places at larger institutions are
60. Jerry Won - Authentic Storytelling “To tell people, ‘Hey, I think your story matters. And I want to use my platform, which is a privilege that I have to be able to share your story with other people.’ There's no better than that. I think
59. Shakeel Bharmal - Quality Questions “Everyone's got a different motivation…For some, I could see that it was a desire for human connection. It was, they wanted to be able to work with other people like them that cared about similar things
58. Deborah Hart - Seeking Feedback “I don't think of myself as anything to do with my title. But that means something to people. When you call and you take time out of your day, that they consider very busy to ask them how they are.” Guest
57. Wade Thomas - Heart-Based Culture “When you handle that at a heart-based way, we help learn, help them learn from mistake. You move past the finger, pointing to what do we learn? That's where we really get to innovation because we can real
56. Mia Ives-Rublee - Accessible Voices “If you are an organization that wants to be extremely open and welcoming to the disability community, you shouldn't go for the bare minimum. You should be attempting to be as accommodating and open as p
55. Mary Ann Newell and Jaylen Dotson  - Accessible Voices “'We’re not that different. We're really not that different from other people who are in the way we think and approach the world, but just that we have to communicate who we are.” – Ja
54. Victoria Arlen - Accessible Voices “What am I doing? How do I do this? How do I get out of it? I think it's staying rooted in your empathy, love, joy, and gratitude, and sprinkling your faith amongst it all. I think those are big things...
53. Kyle Coon - Accessible Voices “There's always a path forward. There's never a wall that you come to and it's just impossible to get through. If you can't go straight through, the obstacle or barrier in your way, then there's a way around i
52. Jessica Keogh - Accessible Voices “For employers, I think just realizing that people with disabilities have unique strengths. We really are some of the best problem-solvers and very dedicated workers. Working really hard, it's just somethi
51. Tim Kachuriak - People Give to People “The number one thing that really moves the needle in a significant way is how effectively the organization communicates their value proposition...what we've learned about the value proposition is that
50. Karen Gray - A+E Culture of Kindness “People sometimes confuse kindness with avoiding direct conversation. But, actually kindness is equal to direct conversation. And if you don't have direct conversations, if you're afraid in a business w
49. Loraine Martins - Active Listening “Give people space. you listen. You're patient. You have a kind of physical interaction which is the nodding and affirmation. Indicate that you are actually listening. Your cpacity to play back what you'v
48. Likky Lavji - Blind Spots “Leaders are realizing that it's about looking at people's hidden potentials and leading the people and not the company. You lead the people. You work...with them and find out exactly who they are, what they need
47. Shellye Archambeau - Black Voices “I just didn't feel I was truly going to have the opportunity to compete for a CEO spot at IBM. So that's why I moved my whole family from Tokyo to Dallas, Texas for this new Blockbuster job. And you have
46. Dalila Wilson-Scott & Loren Hudson - Black Voices “Not only do our talent partners have to be committed, our leaders have to be committed... We need those two pieces aligned, so when we're hiring, when we're promoted, when we're providing
45. Michael Smith - Black Voices “You get you're undervalued and marginalized out the gate just because people just rely on their stereotypes. So, it means that you have to constantly do that extra work of trying to break and prove people's pr
44. Rosalyn Durant - Black Voices “I really think that we can dismantle racism and bias and all of the division through empathy and love.”    Guest Info: Rosalyn Durant is Senior Vice President of Operations for Walt Disney World Resort,
43. Dr. Jabari Whitehead “It's interesting to acknowledge that race is a human construct. You're saying we're mammals, we're part of this species, but somewhere along the line, some got ranked and color became a differentiating factor that was
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