February 28, 2012 /

Clearing the Way for Progress

Sue hosts Teresa Amabile, renowned psychologist and author of The Progress Principle: Using Small Wins to Ignite Joy Teresa talks about the best and surprisingly small ways to motivate employees to think big and do their most creative and inspired work.

Follow her on Twitter: @TeresaAmabile

July 20, 2011 /

From Success to Significance

Sue Bethanis chats with Harry Kraemer, a private equity partner and the former chairman and CEO of Baxter International, Inc. and author of From Values to Action: The Four Principles of Values-Based Leadership. This conversation focuses on how to connect with people on the basis of values, enabling leaders to influence others to the greater good of the organization and society.

Follow him on Twitter: @HarryKraemerJr

June 30, 2011 /

The Science of Human Connection

Sue Bethanis hosts evolutionary psychologist Douglas Kenrick, author of Sex, Murder and the Meaning of Life. Listen in on a provocative, no-holds-barred talk on the science of human connection. Find out the latest research on human social and group interaction and ask questions on how to apply it to your organization.

March 23, 2011 /

Connecting to Lead

Sue Bethanis hosts Pam Boney, Founder and Principal Partner at Tilt, Inc. and author of True Tilt: An Uncommon Quest. Her vision for Tilt is to build a collaborative community of practice for professionals involved in the development of leaders.

Follow her on Twitter: @pamboney

January 27, 2011 /

Finding the Upside

Sue hosts Stephen Goldberg, an executive, career, and personal coach/advisor for the past thirty years. His work has taken him around the globe to more than twenty countries to deliver coaching and organizational effectiveness training to Fortune 500 corporations, UN organizations, and international governmental agencies. He divides his time between two home bases in British Columbia and Florida. He is the author of Finding the Upside: Practical Wisdom for Challenging Times.

October 26, 2010 /

Achieving Peak Performance

Sue hosts Michael Lardon, M.D., Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine at University of California, San Diego. Michael has worked with a variety of Olympic, National Football League, Major League Baseball, and PGA Tour athletes and is a nationally recognized speaker and lectures on various topics including the Zone, Peak Performance, and Overcoming Mood Disorders, and, for corporate audiences, maximizing productivity in competitive business environments.

August 26, 2010 /

Cultural Resilience

Sue hosts Dr. Christopher Dawson, an organizational consultant and President of Dawson Consulting Group based in Silicon Valley. The firm focuses on building organizational capabilities in three overlapping practice areas: Strategy, Culture, and Leadership. Dr. Dawson holds a Ph.D in Clinical Psychology from CSPP-Berkeley, a Masters Degree from San Jose State and an MBA from Pepperdine University. He is the author of Leading Culture Change: What Every CEO Needs to Know.

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