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Port Pod(cast): Leadership Flowing Through Creativity and Impact-Focused Goals Craig Estabrooks shares how Port Saint John is making its presence known to grow the positive economic and community impact of a deep water port in Saint John, New Brunswick.Listen NowIn...
Matt Jackson encourages us to keep ourselves open to possibilities, dreams and big goals to find the benefits of creative, sometimes messy, problem-solving-focused thinking.
Dr Leeno Karumanchery shares his expertise backed by years of experience and scientific findings on how organizations can best achieve diversity, equality and inclusion.
Care about the customer experience and build trust with your words and actions while always supporting your team through hands-on leadership.
What does giving back mean to you? Is it solely financial in your mind? Do you have a specific motivation that pushes you to help others? How do you look at those going through difficult situations?
Mark Leger’s role as a leadership storyteller helps to show that not only “Business is Good” but “Business Does Good”
Johanne McInnis’ years of leadership and impact in her community bring inspiration to the next generation on the water, in the tasting and in the mentorship of young mothers.
Emily Rodger takes the hot seat as we reflect on the past three years full of documentary films, her coaching journey, co-hosting our podcast and launching a non-profit.
Stefanie Loukes No Judgement Philosophy Leads To An Inclusive, Positive Brand That’s Making Delicious Waves in the Cold Brew Tea World
Dr. Bill Howatt joins us to share how he wants to help people have no regret in life and to start living well.
How do we measure the comfort zone idea, and what does it mean to be brave to expand past it?
Being human isn’t easy. We get overwhelmed with emotions, caught up in overthinking and sometimes react a little too much. Why is it difficult to be who we are?
What emotion would you feel if someone told you you had to be in court tomorrow to solve a dispute? Ron Veale, joins us to share how there’s another way, Alternative Dispute Resolution.
Do you consider yourself to be intelligent? Many of us would humbly agree that we are and be able to list the skillsets where we show off those smarts. But, how emotionally intelligent are you?
Do you consider yourself a leader? Leadership is not just about one cookie-cutter ideal. Traits and characteristics support different leadership styles, and we aren’t always aware we have.
What is your definition of a “successful” business? Did the words “Scale”, “Revenue”, or “Growth” enter into that? Ask yourself, is someone who creates impact and achieves their goals less successful because they are a small business or resist “scaling” to be a size they don’t want?
Through sharing her journey of hearing loss, Crystal Trevors is coaching others to find joy by being a truly great listener.
Have you recently realized that there needs to be more in life than what you are currently experiencing? We talk about what being a coach means, how people are shifting to find more purpose and how digital connections are driving these interactions.
How much thought every day do you put into making sure what you do in business and life is done with compassion for others? Think about that for a moment. What does compassion mean to you?
Our returning guest, Emily Rodger, shares how she hopes reflecting on her own experiences in a new Hemmings Films short film documentary will help others begin to process challenging experiences in their lives.
There’s leadership power that can come from sharing your knowledge in an authentic, unique to you delivery style.
Do you feel you have a story to tell that highlights why you’re passionate about your career, but it never comes out clearly? Maybe you need some help in telling your story.
Going to war changes a person, but in this case, it started Patrick on a path to change the lives of so many children.
If your life and business is full of internet trolls, you need to listen to our guest Katrina German.