“Leaders must understand what motivates others, and must value the many differences between people.” — Sharon Richmond
Sharon explores the pitfalls and benefits of giving feedback, then shares her tips for doing so the right way.
Habitat for Humanity leader Jon Reckford looks back on his eclectic leadership experience and inspirational mission.
Tom O'Brien recounts his extensive experience in the pursuit of making positive change from within organizations.
Len Forkas shares how he applies his diverse - and sometimes unconventional - experience to his role as a leader.
Coaches Dr. John Austin and Pam Fox Rollin discuss the most prevalent challenges facing executives - and share their solutions.
Arjun Moorthy reflects on past startup failures and shares why, for some, purpose isn't the "be-all and end-all".
In the Season Two finale, guest host Ari Iny interviews Sharon about her own leadership journey.
Eliana Hassen shares her leadership experience as a woman of color led by passion, empathy, and the drive to succeed.
Sharon Vosmek shares her experience as a progressive, DEI-focused leader in a male-dominated industry.
Dev Basu explains how the weight of responsibility motivates him to lead authentically and create a vibrant culture.
Doug Camplejohn extolls the virtues of cultivating an employee-centered culture, especially for remote workers.
Dr. Geetha Murali brings a uniquely inspirational leadership perspective from the world of nonprofits.
Miranda Lievers details her eclectic leadership journey, which started with a childhood lemonade stand.
Liam Martin highlights the myriad benefits of remote work, despite the current cross-industry "return-to-office" push.
Tim Lupinacci discusses the importance of leading with humility and his passion for leadership growth.
Dr. Maureen O'Connor shares her experience as a leader in academia.
Andy Levitt recalls the health crisis that put his work-life balance priorities into perspective.
Spencer Sherman shares how he bounced back from a devastating event to build a highly successful financial firm.
Jon Abbott emphasizes the importance of never forgetting “the golden rule” and leading with empathy.
Mitch Joel uses his three decades in digital media as a backdrop for sharing his leadership perspective.
Rachel Maceiras looks back on discovering her own brand of leadership while climbing the ranks of a major media platform.
Marisa Murray shares the lessons she learned from corporate consulting and how she applies them to executive coaching.
Tito Hubert tells us how leading within dramatically different company cultures affected his empathy and candor.
Amanda Tucker discusses her exceptional career and her commitment to sustainability and authenticity.
Joel Jewitt takes us on his journey in co-creating companies that have helped make Silicon Valley what it is today.
Bhoomi Pathak and Danny Iny get candid about their contrasting leadership styles.
Dr. Ann Weinacker highlights the difference between influential and authoritative leadership.
Ajay Varia chats with Sharon about having a growth mindset and what it really means to hire the right people.
Jeff Griffiths talks about the value of not only knowing but trusting the capabilities of your team members.
Matthew Louchheim demonstrates the importance of vulnerability and leading from personal values.
Shalini and Sharon discuss the business benefits of conscious leadership and the science behind it.
Eric Edelson talks about reshaping a deteriorating tile company into a profitable, vertically-integrated B-Corp.
Igor Seletskiy discusses his leadership transformation from being unapproachable to being empowering.
Dart Lindsley shares his progressive and very human ideas about his role as a leader in a major corporation.
Sharon and Mitchell consider how executives can stand out and become genuinely successful, impactful leaders.
Sharon recounts her experience of honing in on her coaching niche and how it's benefitted her clients.