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

48: Leaders With Heart Are Fiercely Loyal To Their People

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SUBSCRIBE TO ITUNES In this episode, Heather speaks to Adam McCoy, Director of Employee Experience at Arrow Electronics and President of the Mile High Society of Human Resources Management. Adam talks about his leadership style, his unique view of his role … Read More

45: Leaders With Heart Leave A Legacy Of People And Impact

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SUBSCRIBE TO ITUNES In this episode, Heather speaks with Judith Scimone, Director of Talent Management at Google. This is a rich conversation focused on Judith’s foundational beliefs about the roles of a leader, her brilliance in connecting with her global … 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

36: Leaders with Heart Make Accountability a Priority

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SUBSCRIBE TO ITUNES On this episode, Heather speaks with Mike Pritchard, CFO at the CU Foundation. Mike shares the things that drive him to lead, his desire to continually learn and where he might mess up along the way. Key … Read More

35: Leaders with Heart Know that Their Leadership is Formed by the Conversations they have with Their People

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In this podcast episode, Heather speaks with Mareo McCracken, about his leadership journey, his unexpected story that served as a catalyst for his current leadership mindset and he shares with us pearls of wisdom.   Key takeaways: New leaders often … Read More

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