Episode 37 features Erin Browder. She is a Leadership and Organizational Development Consultant on a mission to humanize the workplace. She specializes in executive coaching, leadership development, organizational culture, trauma-informed workspaces, and collaborative practices. She predominantly supports human service organizations such as healthcare systems, school districts, government agencies and non-profits. She has provided strategic site-based support for school improvement and turnaround efforts within the greater Los Angeles area and school districts nationwide since 2011. Erin shares strategies and mindsets on how to practice workplace wellness. A healthy workplace is one where individuals feel valued, supported, provides a positive workspace, and shows respect for other aspects of a person’s life.
Are you ready to up-level your practice of workplace wellness? Check out Erin’s site. http://www.erinaverybrowder.com/
Episode 24 features Sheena Allen. She is the Founder of Sheena Allen Apps & CapWay. Sheena Allen Apps is a mobile app company that she started as a senior at the University of Southern Mississippi. The company was started from a random idea after having a long receipt after leaving Wal-Mart. To date, Sheena Allen Apps is home to 6 apps (Dubblen, Orange Snap, InstaFunds, PicSlit, TwtBooth, and Words on Pics). Sheena Allen Apps currently has over 3 million downloads and counting. Sheena is going to share how she is confidently making her mark in the tech world.
To learn more about Sheenas work, please visit her site www.sheenaallenapps.com
Episode 23 of features Roger Lear. He is the President of OrlandoJobs.com and Co-Founder of GreatInsuranceJobs.com. OrlandoJobs.com is Central Florida’s #1 employment site that caters to over 1,200 companies seeking employees. GreatInsuranceJobs.com is the #1 website nationally in the insurance niche and offers candidates a selection from over 5,000 current insurance openings. Roger shares his journey to being a respected leader and strong business partner in helping candidates connect with quality companies providing upward mobile employment opportunities.
Episode 19 features Dalan Vanterpool a private banker from the British Virgin Islands. He spends most days advising high net worth clients, or helping young professionals build more meaningful careers as host of Focus The Fire podcast. Over the past 15 years, school, work and play allowed him to experience diverse cultures in the United States, South Africa, Latin America, and Europe. Since 2012 Dalan has been leading d Spot Jazz, a movement to advance music, poetry and other performing arts in the Caribbean. As a musician he specializes in saxophone, with training in theology and jazz. Dalan shares how self-discipline helps him balance art and corporate work.
Episode 15 features Beth Hanson. Beth is an experienced Human Capital Strategist that has worked in a variety of industries and organizational settings. She has designed, led, and implemented full-cycle talent management solutions that embodies talent acquisition, assessment and selection, performance management, coaching, leadership development, learning, culture and engagement, data analytics, and succession planning over the past 15 years. Her other specialties include: survey design, project management, change management and competency modeling. Beth is certified as a DDI facilitator, DiSC facilitator, and Situational Leadership. She is going to share insight and tips on how managers can adjust their leadership style to fit the development level of the different members of their teams.