MAKING INSPIRED DECISIONS IS A CAPACITY WITHIN US ALL
Culture & Growth Coach
Barry is a Culture and Growth Coach.
He is also a strategic advisor to Mark.
Barry and Mark talk about a practical method for nurturing and harvesting inspired decision making within us. It's more than intellect, creativity, or wisdom. It's at the center of the human experience. And it can have bottom-line impact.
YOUR AGE MATTERS – PERHAPS DIFFERENTLY THAN YOU THINK
Entrepreneur, Ted Talk Presenter, Advocate for the Environment, Agism, and Other Good Causes
After working continuously for other people for 40 years, Paul was abruptly fired at age 64 ... mostly because he was ... 64. So, he did the obvious and started his own business. Paul's inspiring story brings agism, activism, and ingenuity into focus.
Rod Walker is the president of Kotter Consulting, a world leader in strategic and systemic change. Rod will talk with Mark about some of the key realities and opportunities facing us right now to make meaningful change, and what true leadership needs to look like in that effort.
Mark and Molly have an unscripted and spontaneous conversation about what "transformation" really means – beyond the buzzword and below the surface. Today is not just an ideal time to engage in transformation, it is essential for survival and continued success.
Barbara Bell is all about engaging, educating, and empowering. As one of the first women to graduate from the U.S. Naval Academy and as an aviator, Barbara knows what it means to be in the minority, and she knows how significantly education can change a life.
Barbara shares with Mark some of her most cherished lessons and insights from her multifaceted career - still in the making.
Taylor, Brooks and Tanner Dame are brothers and founders of Proof Eyewear. Together, they transformed an existing family business into multiple successful ventures, and learned many valuable lessons along the way.
Cody shares with Mark his amazing life story, how he went from playing drums in Mexico to an amazing career at adidas and RedBull.
Then how he and his wife, April, led a movement that designed, funded and built the first totally inclusive playground in Portland, OR. Their passion project, Harper’s Playground, was featured on NBC’s the TODAY Show and their family had a day named for them by the mayor of Portland for their efforts.
Who they are. Why they are essential. How to grow them.
Author. Leadership Coach. Advisor.
Mark and Frank will discuss the bottom-line value of the "everyday leader." Frank will share several of his insights after years of direct experience coaching leaders in the aerospace, logistics, and technology industries. Many of his greatest successes have been in helping engineers and technology professionals discover their own leadership capabilities and focus them toward absolute workplace needs. Frank will also point out that the everyday leader is needed - not only in the workplace - but also in the community, the ball field, the home, and the congregation.