47: Leaders With Heart Go Personal With Their People

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SUBSCRIBE TO ITUNES In this episode, Heather speaks with Patrick Brady, Regional President for FirstBank about his leadership style, his philosophy on leading people, the different levels of his leadership, and a critical nugget for leaders who might be at … Read More

44: Leaders With Heart Never Undervalue Their People

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SUBSCRIBE TO ITUNES In this episode, Heather speaks with Marylene Delbourg-Delphis. She is a powerhouse of knowledge both in the academe and in the corporate world, having led multiple companies and boards. She talks to Heather about her unique leadership … Read More

40: Leaders With Heart Know That Providing Growth For The Team Is No Tiny Matter

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SUBSCRIBE TO ITUNES In this episode, Heather speaks with David Niu , Founder and CEO of TINYhr, creator of TINYpulse,  an employee engagement technology platform. David shares an eye-opening story of a time when he was not the best leader he could … Read More

39: Leaders With Heart Look For Greatness Inside The People They Lead

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SUBSCRIBE TO ITUNES In this episode, Heather speaks with U.J. Jatar about his leadership style, the unique background that contributed to his leadership focus, challenges in leadership and a refreshed vision of human potential. Key Takeaways: Our people have more … Read More

38: Leaders With Heart Don’t Shy Away From Admitting Their Love For Their People

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SUBSCRIBE TO ITUNES In this podcast, Heather speaks with Mindy Flanigan, Chief Inspiration Officer at Inspiring HR. Mindy shares her leadership philosophy, a story when she was challenged to be the shining leader she is today, tips for connecting with … Read More

Forget your “swim lane.” Run for your potential instead!

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  This last week, I had the privilege of speaking to the law enforcement officers of the Cal State Fullerton Police Department. A few months back, the chief of police was referred to me by a close friend. He had … Read More

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