25 years in and still expanding her reach, Kelly Kolar looks toward the future in architecture.High Level Wisdom for New Generation Leaders add
In this second part of my interview with Kelly Kolar of Kolar Design, we talk about scaling the business, succession planning, remote employees, the gig economy, and more. Lots of interesting stuff packed into a half-hour episode. So sit back, relax, and enjoy!
Kolar Design has employees from 3 different generations and recently undertook a process that increased employee satisfaction.High Level Wisdom for New Generation Leaders add
An eye-opener into the beauty and challenges in the design space. In this episode, I interview Kelly Kolar, founder and CEO of Kolar Design. Their “highway to hallway” strategy transforms user experiences around navigation and space (for example, a university campus).
BONUS: Forget the corporate message you craft! What about your everyday messaging strategies for 2018? Are you prepared? A few tips to start the new year right from Jim Karrh.High Level Wisdom for New Generation Leaders add
Jim Karrh is back to discuss the everyday messages we send at work as leaders and what we can do to improve them in 2018
Gary Trainor has lead 19 companies successfully. But this is his “Ritz Carlton” of Human Capital Management and might be his biggest yet. And Millennials have a lot to do with it.High Level Wisdom for New Generation Leaders add
In this episode, Gary shares more of his leadership wisdom. Some of the interesting things you will learn are: the “Would you tell your mother?” test, how to compliment your team, and a couple of guidelines for success. Don’t miss this.
Gary Trainor, the CEO of a top HR Tech Company, Viventium, stops by the show and talks about his toughest challenges leading companies through multiple mergers.High Level Wisdom for New Generation Leaders add
Our first ever in person interview! We have Gary Trainor on the show, sharing some valuable insights on acquisitions, company culture and more. Enjoy!
Striving for perfection? Why? And are boys and girls raised differently when it comes to leadership? This and other thoughts from the great Vien Truong.High Level Wisdom for New Generation Leaders add
What are leaders designed to be? One thing’s for sure, they’re not designed to give in to the status quo. This episode is packed with leadership tips from Vien Truong, the CEO of The Dream Corps who dares to play bigger. Enjoy!
Vien Truong lands in Oakland in the 80’s during the crack era. Goes from nothing to advising on billions of dollars in public investments for energy and community development programs. And not done…High Level Wisdom for New Generation Leaders add
In this episode, we talk to Vien Truong who is the CEO of The Dream Corps, a nonprofit, a social justice accelerator. Among the things Vien shares is #YesWeCode, their remarkable and empowering project that aims to create more diversity in the tech sector. Listen now!
Episode 50 is here! Let’s talk all things High Level Wisdom from season 2 and what is to come.High Level Wisdom for New Generation Leaders add
Time to celebrate EPISODE 50! It's here and we have a lot to discuss and what's that?1?!?!...A tour coming? ???????? ???? ????
Jay McDonald shares 7 BIG tips if you are eying the C-Suite at your company. And why is being a bar tender and cab driver a great way to get educated?High Level Wisdom for New Generation Leaders add
How does a leader manage a crisis situation? In this episode, executive coach Jay McDonald talks about the best managed crisis situation he had seen. Tune in now and learn! ???? ????
The one thing you, The President of The United States of America, and ultra productive people all share is TIME. Where you are now is the result of how you have invested it.High Level Wisdom for New Generation Leaders add
What makes a great CEO? I ask executive coach Jay McDonald this question. Listen to this episode and learn from someone who has over 30 years experience as a CEO, entrepreneur and business advisor. ???? ????
Manufacturing is long overdue for reinvention. Millennials can be that reason it resurges as a sought after industry. David Braun has the passion and the how in this episode.High Level Wisdom for New Generation Leaders add
Are you interested in working in the romanticized field of M&A? Or perhaps in an industry that needs reinventing—the manufacturing industry? Tune in to this episode to learn what working in these areas are like. You may be surprised. ???? ????
Why selling your business is good but you should be prepared for the funeral. Here is the inside scoop on all things to prepare yourself for selling or acquiring a business.High Level Wisdom for New Generation Leaders add
What goes through the mind of a business owner or a CEO when they are selling their company? Or, how about if they’re buying one? In this episode, we talk to David Braun, founder and CEO of Capstone and a thought leader in the field of M&A. ???? ????
How a woman who has never been to the beach because of a skin condition gets the beach trip of her life thanks to IACT Health. CEO Jeff Kingsley shares her story and much more.High Level Wisdom for New Generation Leaders add
If you are passionate about helping others, you’ll surely want to listen to this episode as Dr. Jeff Kingsley tells of some heartwarming stories of hope and cure. Be prepared to be inspired by his passion for his work as a clinical researcher and as a leader/CEO. ???? ????
What does it take to get proven medicines from clinical research to the masses? Dr. Jeff Kingsley shares the how and why Millennials are finding the cures for tomorrow today.High Level Wisdom for New Generation Leaders add
A CEO who is passionate about clinical research and changing the world. He has a natural affinity for millennials. In this episode, Dr. Jeff Kingsley, founder and CEO of IACT Health, talks about why he is in clinical research and what makes his company attractive to millennials, plus more. ???? ????
The future of employee contracts, and human capital strategies as told by Mike Zani, CEO of The Predictive IndexHigh Level Wisdom for New Generation Leaders add
Employment contracts that are just a couple of years or so? That is today’s reality, and it’s a far cry from the lifetime employment of old. Learn how companies can make these shorter-term contracts healthy for both parties. ???? ????
What does The Predictive Index and the 1996 US Olympic Sailing Team have in common? Mike Zani. A Gen Xer who loves behavioral studies.High Level Wisdom for New Generation Leaders add
This is definitely a fun episode! Chris was brave enough to have Mike Zani interpret – live, on the show! -- the results of The Predictive Index assessment that Chris took. This and more on HLW Episode 42. ???? ????
Is the college degree valuable for employment in the future? And what machine will take my job? All this and more with Scott Hartley who says tech can be applied anywhere.High Level Wisdom for New Generation Leaders add
Scott Hartley, author of The Fuzzy and the Techie, gives us quite a bit of insight into how a non-techie can participate in a tech world. If you are a non-techie with an idea for improving your industry, yet are hesitant around technology, this is just the right episode for you. ???? ????
Don’t consider yourself a “techie” but like the industry? Learn why your Liberal Arts degree is actually needed in technology.High Level Wisdom for New Generation Leaders add
Don’t have a degree in technology, but you want to join a tech firm? Scott Hartley, author of The Fuzzy and the Techie, tells us how. Listen to his riveting anecdotes on some of the famous leaders in the tech world today who don’t have tech backgrounds. ???? ????
Is frozen middle of your company is dying? And why you should embrace employees who move around a lot. This CEO has these answers and more!High Level Wisdom for New Generation Leaders add
Avetis speaks highly of baby boomers. In this episode, you’ll learn why. You’ll also learn many things that can help you further your career. This is a must-listen!
Want to be ahead of the Millennial pack? This CEO tell you how to standout to become the next executive in your company.High Level Wisdom for New Generation Leaders add
Bridging the generation gap. This episode is for you if you’re looking for ways to connect with your baby boomer leadership at work. Learn and enjoy!