Michael O’Brien PCC is the Chief Shift Officer at Peloton Executive Consulting. He elevates successful corporate leaders by preventing bad moments from turning into bad days as he illustrates in his current book, My Last Bad Day Shift. His award-winning, best-selling memoir Shift: Creating Better Tomorrows chronicles his Last Bad Day and near-death cycling accident recovery journey. He has shared his inspirational story on the TEDx stage, with multiple Fortune 500 companies, Entrepreneur, Fast Company, Real Simple, ABC, USA Today and podcasts like Love Your Story.
Ryan Gottfredson, Ph.D. is a mental success coach and cutting-edge leadership consultant, author, trainer, and researcher. He helps improve organizations, leaders, teams, and employees by improving their mindsets. Ryan is currently a leadership and management professor at the Mihaylo College of Business and Economics at California State University-Fullerton (CSUF). He holds a Ph.D. in Organizational Behavior and Human Resources from Indiana University, and a B.A. from Brigham Young University.
Jason Treu is interviewed by Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC and discusses the following: How do you develop great teams remotely? How do you show your team you care? What does research say about developing extreme trust within a virtual team? What exercises do you recommend to develop trust in a team? When working at home, how do you protect your family life when working in confinement at home?
Jeffrey Hull, Ph.D. BCC is CEO of Leadershift, Inc. a leadership development consultancy based in New York City and author of the best-selling book, FLEX: The Art and Science of Leadership in A Changing World, from Penguin-Random House in 2019. A highly sought after speaker, consultant and executive coach with over twenty-five years working with C-suite leaders worldwide, Dr. Hull is also a Clinical Instructor in Psychology at Harvard Medical School and adjunct Professor of Leadership at New York University.
Ross Ingram is an award-winning technologist known for launching category-defining products. As part of the early team at Sphero, he helped grow to over two-million robots around the world alongside the Star Wars and Disney brands. His contributions to advancing technology and STEM in the classroom have been recognized by leaders in the education industry, including President Barack Obama and the National Science Foundation.
Steve Wiideman is a a professor, and a true practitioner of search optimization. Most marketers come and go, while he has been in business since 1988. When he’s not leading his team of SEO consultants for franchise and eCommerce brands, he’s a cheeseball romantic, entertaining dad, and world traveler with a passion for life, embracing culture and diversity.
Oscar Trimboli is a quest to create 100 million Deep Listeners in the world. As a former marketing director at Vodafone and Microsoft, Oscar has always been passionate about the importance of listening to his customers. Oscar and his teams were renowned for time listening to customers in the call centre as well as the market research summaries.
Chris Tabish is a passionate, transformational growth leader with over 20 years of experience successfully leading and delivering all aspects of complex implementations at the Fortune 500 Level including strategy, program management, technology, change leadership and process improvement.
Anita Graham is interviewed by Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC and discusses the following: Why is talent management so important to VF? What are the 3 focus areas for managing talent? What does good talent management look like? What does talent management have like impact on culture and business? How do we encourage on-going growth at VF? How do you use talent management to make a difference at VF?
Bill Coletti is interviewed by Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC and discusses the following: How do you determine a crisis situation? How can a leader prepare for a crisis situation that could jeopardize his/her career? When a leader shows up unprepared for a crisis, what can they do? What is a crisis vs. critical moment vs. a difficult business issue? What are the skill sets of those serving leaders that make a difference in a crisis? What are the leaders greatest fear when managing a crisis?