As a technology executive, Angie Schelker understands the importance of career transitions. Without them, she says, we can miss out on opportunities for growth. Whether you consider yourself a technologist or a stranger to the field, we encourage you to check out this conversation about taking the leap.
While most people see the highlight reel of an entrepreneur’s journey, the path also comes with plenty of challenges beneath the surface. Join us as Lauren Sweeney, Dotted Line Agency Founder and CEO, discusses the white-knuckle phase of becoming a business owner and how to overcome inherent setbacks. You’ll learn how to celebrate the wins in your work and savor the little moments of delight outside of it.
Make a splash this week with President Fernanda Souza Gilbertson of Essig Pools, a company that truly transcends the mere construction of swimming pools. Regardless of your industry, this conversation will leave you with valuable insights on prioritizing excellence in your profession and embodying the essence of a people-centric leader.
As a seasoned tennis player, Liz O’Keefe uses several lessons learned from the court to inform her work and leadership. As the CEO of Technical Productions, Inc., she discusses working with country artists, shifting her business model during the pandemic, and innovating continuously. Most of all, Liz is focused on understanding and serving others.
From Marine to serial entrepreneur, Justin Henshaw’s story is one of a kind. The Founder and CEO of GAGE is shaking up the workforce for good with the first Universal Employment Recognition System. Tune in to hear his revolutionary approach to creating metrics around career growth while truly putting people first.
“Surviving is not really enough, thriving is the goal.” As a working mother & DEI Executive, Desiree Coleman-Fry will be the first to empathize about juggling all the plates. You’ll get a sneak peek into her content about leveling up, loving your babies, and living abundantly, as seen in The New York Times, Harvard Business Review, and PBS.
In both our professional and personal lives, change and innovation will require emotional labor. Meet Phil Johnson, Founder and CEO of Master of Business Leadership Inc. He identifies the necessary human skills that we are all able to grow into and how EQ helps us persevere through fear of the unknown.
The film, “Sound of Freedom” hit theaters earlier this summer to expose the atrocities of human trafficking. This week’s guest is Keith Mason, who was an associate producer on the project. You’ll be surprised by the parallels between his own personal mission and that of Technology Partners.
Bob Beaudine’s father left him with a powerful legacy: ‘Treat everyone like a VIP.’ As the President and CEO of Eastman & Beaudine, Bob has taken this wisdom to heart, elevating executive search to an art. Whether it’s guiding professional athletes or steering Fortune 500 titans, he knows it’s all about the ‘who.’ Join us as Bob shows us how this principle turns clients into cherished friends, just as his father envisioned.
At RxOutreach, every prescription bottle is sealed with the motto: “Honoring God by Serving Others.” Join us as President & CEO Julie Erickson shares how they harness technology to make healthcare accessible, equitable, and affordable for all. You’ll see how, even after Forbes voted them as Best Online Pharmacy in 2022, the meaning behind the mission keeps their team striving for more.