Brad Hill and Rachel Keck
49 TUS Susan Schmitt Winchester: Hope for Over-Achievers
53:48To look at Susan's resume, your first impression might be that she has an enviable corporate success story. Over 30 years of upward trajectory. A succession of increasingly powerful roles, and an income history that reflects my growing influence. Global assignments that allowed her to live and work in amazing places, helping thousands of individuals all over the world envision and then achieve their own potential. But people who know her best know that she spent her days and years in deep fear.
48 TUS Mark Potts: You Are Not Alone plus The Winter Solstice Reflection
38:15Mark Potts moved to Olathe, Kansas, when he was nine years old. As part of the Sigma Chi Fraternity, he had the opportunity to serve as the New Member Educator, a position that helps teach and mentor new classes of young men transitioning from high school into college. Holding that position was one of the most rewarding experiences in his life. During his tenure at Amazon, he was passionate about building his team and investing in others, but the transition to night shift led to mental health struggles. Over the next two years, he navigated through anxiety and depression with the help of loved ones, friends and mental health education.
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47 TUS James Akingbola: Life Has a Way of Rearranging
55:06James is passionate about leaving a positive impact through responsibility and leadership; two traits that were imparted to him and his siblings growing up in Nigeria. He lives in Tulsa, Oklahoma with his wife and kids and works as an Engineer for a midstream energy company.
46 TUS Rachel Keck: On writing "Everyone Is Not Like You"
32:32Rachel Keck is a workplace culture coach and consultant. With training in the fields of psychology, sociology, and spiritual direction, she brings a wealth of experience and curiosity to both individuals and how those individuals create a collective. She founded Mosaic-Collaborative as a resource to leaders who are responsible for workplace culture as well as a service to those that nurture the clients and customers of service-based businesses. Rachel believes authentic customer service starts with people practicing authenticity and that authentic connection can change the world in a positive way because she sees it happen every day.
45 TUS Renee Smith Love At The Center
54:30Renée has nearly two decades of experience providing organization development services to public, private, and non-profit organizations, always with a focus on people. Now as a professional speaker, coach, trainer, and host of Human Workplace Gatherings, Renée shares her insights on making work more human and loving. www.ahumanworkplace.com
41 TUS Sebastian De Geer: Patiently Taking a Chance
44:15Born in Stockholm, Sweden, Sebastian De Geer is a multiple Emmy-nominated visual storyteller and the proud owner of GeereD Up Films, LLC, which he launched in 2014. As a passionate storyteller, he collaborates with clients of all sizes to help them engage with their audiences through compelling video. He serves clients locally and nationwide with video productions that influence viewers on social media platforms, websites, and TV.
40 TUS Isaac Wambua Hope and a Future Greater Than Today
51:53Isaac is a certified coach, trainer and speaker who works with business owners and their leaders to create transformational change within their teams. He focuses on: 1. Team development 2. Leadership and management training 3. Creating a culture of performance and accountability Team up with Isaac to take your team from Good to Great to Exceptional!