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E27 P1: Amelia Dunlop

Kathleen welcomes Amelia Dunlop, Chief Experience Officer at Deloitte Digital, to discuss her pioneering approach centered on human design and trust-building. As a force of innovation across industries, Amelia implements empathy and inclusivity to transform organizations and the stakeholder experience. Her commitment has earned her Consulting Magazine’s prestigious Top Women in Technology Award for Excellence […]
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E26 P2: Bob Sutton

In part two, Bob provides tangible strategies to prevent productivity-sucking meetings. Drawing from extensive research, he shares real-world examples of organizations that have smoothed operations and empowered teams. Bob recounts insightful anecdotes from his newest book, “The Friction Project,” profiling leaders who have made desired behaviors easier and negative behaviors harder. Finally, he reminisces on […]
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E26 P1: Bob Sutton

Reduce workplace friction and empower your team. Bob Sutton joins Kathleen to discuss strategies from his new book “The Friction Project” on how smart leaders make desired behaviors easier and negative behaviors harder. Drawing on decades of organizational research, Bob provides a blueprint for creating smoother, more productive work cultures. Tune in to gain insights […]
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E25 P2: Simon T. Bailey

In the second part of Kathleen’s conversation with Simon T. Bailey, Simon shares his inspirational insights on how we can ignite confidence within ourselves to embrace our true brilliance. He discusses a practice he calls “authentic listening” and how individuals and organizations can achieve great success by utilizing it. When asked who his own mentor […]
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E25 P1: Simon T. Bailey

Kathleen welcomes speaker, author, and entrepreneur Simon T. Bailey. With over 30 years of experience empowering others, Simon has become an internationally renowned voice in personal development. He shares his inspirational insights on how we can ignite confidence within ourselves to embrace our true brilliance. Simon discusses how we can overcome obstacles, achieve success, and […]
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E24 P2: Sandy Genarro

After sharing stories from his incredible music career, Sandy reveals some tips on how leaders can overcome judgmental tendencies in the workplace. He expands on the Beats formula from his book – Belief, Enthusiasm, Attitude, Tenacity, and Service – and explains how executives and managers can bring these qualities to life within their companies. Sandy […]
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E24 P1 : Sandy Gennaro

Kathleen welcomes legendary drummer and speaker Sandy Gennaro to this week’s episode of Dare to Care in the Workplace. Known for his powerful and innovative drumming with music icons like Joan Jett, Cyndi Lauper, and the BoDeans, Sandy has taken the lessons from his storied music career and applied them to the business world. In […]
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E23 P2 : Adam Witty

In the second part of their conversation, Adam shares valuable insights from Jack Daley – a renowned entrepreneur and business growth catalyst who values integrity despite his ambitious success. Kathleen and Adam discuss the impact of the pandemic on work trends. Remote and hybrid workforces have become a new norm, but some employers are hesitant […]
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E23 P1 : Adam Witty

Kathleen welcomes Adam Witty, CEO of Forbes Books and author of ‘The Authority Advantage,’ a guide to impactful thought leadership. Beyond impressive business accomplishments, Adam’s mission is empowering leaders focused on positive change, not ego. His book reveals the blueprint for building credibility through valuable ideas, authentic branding, and effective messaging. Kathleen and Adam will […]
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E22 P2 : Gary Cooper

After sharing his inspiring story of overcoming adversity, Gary expressed his gratitude towards the people who helped him along the way. He acknowledges his CEO, David Goodall, for being a crucial part of Palmetto Infusion Services’ success. Gary also emphasized the importance of saying “no” to requests that didn’t align with his priorities and values. […]
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E22 P1 : Gary Cooper

In this week’s episode of Dare to Care in the Workplace, Kathleen has a conversation with Gary Cooper, the Wall Street Journal bestselling author of The Success Paradox. They discuss how to find happiness during difficult times. Gary shares his remarkable story of overcoming obstacles while creating a thriving business in healthcare. Tune in to […]
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E21 P2 : SEAN TAYLOR

In the conclusion of Kathleen’s talk with Sean Taylor, Sean elaborates on why as CEO he opts to partner with HR leaders, rather than just delegating responsibilities. With HR in crisis across America currently, Kathleen is eager to gain Sean’s perspective as a CEO on the vital relationship between executive leadership and human resources. Sean […]
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E21 P1 : SEAN TAYLOR

Kathleen welcomes Sean Taylor, a distinguished leader and trusted advisor in accounting and finance, to this week’s episode of Dare to Care in the Workplace. As CEO of Smith + Howard Advisory, Sean brings over 20 years of experience providing strategic guidance, tax planning, financial reporting, and business valuation services. He leads his firm in […]
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E20 P2 : JAMES ROBILOTTA

In this powerful conclusion of this episode of Dare to Care in the Workplace, Kathleen welcomes back the incredible Professional Speaker and Author, James Robilotta.  Kathleen and James dive deep into a concept that challenges traditional thinking: the idea that people don’t work for companies, they actually work for their families.
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E20 P1 : JAMES ROBILOTTA

She is joined by James Robilotta, a speaker, coach, and author who helps people lead with authenticity and vulnerability. James shares his insights on how to embrace your imperfections, connect with others on a deeper level, and make a positive impact on the world. Whether you are a leader, a professional, or a human being, […]
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E19 P2 : CARYN KOPP

In this final segment, we dive into some of the most important aspects of her work: her team and her culture. Caryn tells me how she built a team of talented and passionate professionals who share her vision and values. She also shares how she fosters a culture of caring and compassion in her organization, […]
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E19 P1 : CARYN KOPP

In the latest episode of Dare to Care in the Workplace, the podcast where we explore how to create a culture of caring and compassion in your organization, Kathleen welcomes Caryn Kopp, the Chief Door Opener at Kopp Consulting. Caryn is a powerhouse in the field of business development, helping thousands of clients secure initial […]
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E18 P2 : SIMONE STOLZOFF

Kathleen is back with Simone Stolzoff, the author of The Good Enough Job, a book that challenges us to rethink our relationship with work and find more balance and happiness in our lives. In this episode, they dive deeper into some of the practical tips and strategies that Simone offers in his book, such as […]
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E18 P1: SIMONE STOLZOFF

Episode Information Are you feeling stuck in a job that doesn’t fulfill you? Do you wonder if there is something more out there for you? Or are you simply looking for a way to achieve more harmony between your work and your life? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then this episode […]
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EP 17 P2: KEN RUSK

As we wrap up our conversation with Ken Rusk on this episode of Dare to Care in the Workplace, Kathleen delves deeper into his best-selling book, Blue-Collar Cash. Ken shares practical steps that anyone can take to build a successful career in the blue-collar trades, regardless of their educational background. From cultivating a strong work […]
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E17 P1: KEN RUSK

In this episode of Dare to Care in the Workplace, Kathleen sits down with Ken Rusk to explore his incredible journey and discover the secrets to his success. Ken’s story is a powerful reminder that with hard work, determination, and a clear vision, anyone can achieve their dreams, no matter what their background or education […]
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E16 P2: SAM REESE

Kathleen continues her talk with Sam Reese, the CEO of Vistage, the world’s largest CEO coaching and peer advisory organization for small and midsize businesses. In this second part of their conversation, Sam will tell us more about how joining Vistage can empower leaders to grow and thrive. He will also explain how Vistage works, […]
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E16 P1: SAM REESE

In the latest episode of Dare to Care in The Workplace, Kathleen is joined by Sam Reese, the CEO of Vistage, the world’s largest CEO coaching and peer advisory organization for small and midsize businesses. Sam has over 35 years of experience as a business leader, advisor, and mentor to CEOs and key executives across […]
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E15 P2: LOU ADLER

Get ready for another enlightening episode with recruiting guru Lou Adler, as he dives into the most important part of the hiring process: the interview. As the CEO and Founder of Performance-based Hiring Learning Systems, Lou has over 30 years of experience working with companies to identify and hire top talent. In this episode, Lou shares […]
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E15 P1: LOU ADLER

If you’re a company leader, recruiter, or hiring manager, you won’t want to miss this episode. Joining Kathleen this week is Lou Adler, a recruiting legend who has helped more than 40 thousand recruiters and hiring managers to implement his Performance-based Hiring system. Lou runs a consulting and training firm that helps companies identify and […]
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E14 P2: MICHAEL BUSH

In the conclusion of Kathleen’s chat with Michael Bush, the CEO of Great Place to Work, Michael talks about the importance of acknowledging high performers and his thoughts on Korn Ferry’s study that says 50% of people in the workplace are reporting some form of mental health distress. Michael C. Bush: Michael is CEO of Great […]
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E14 P1: MICHAEL BUSH

Kathleen kicks off 2023 with Michael Bush, the CEO of Great Place to Work, the global research and analytics firm that produces the annual Fortune 100 “Best Companies to Work For list.” Michael is also the author of A Great Place to Work for All: Better for Business, Better for People, Better for the World. In […]
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E13 P2: TAMARA BRAY

In the conclusion of Kathleen’s chat with Tamara Bray, the Chief Human Resources officer at DCP Midstream, Tamara shares some advice on how HR leaders can win a seat at the table. About Tamara Bray: Tamara is group vice president and chief human resources officer for DCP Midstream. Her responsibilities include employee and organizational development, […]
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E13 P1: TAMARA BRAY

Tamara Bray joins Kathleen on the podcast. Tamara is Group Vice President and Chief Human Resources officer at DCP Midstream, a Fortune 500 natural gas company based in Denver, Colorado. Her wide range of duties includes employee and organizational development, culture, talent management, employee relations, and so much more. In part one, Tamara talks about […]
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E12 P2: LIZ RYAN

In the conclusion of Kathleen’s conversation with Liz Ryan, the founder of Human Workplace, Liz shares why an employer and the job are just a means to an end and how HR leaders can get out of a “let’s protect the company from lawsuits” mindset. About Liz Ryan: Liz Ryan is CEO and Founder of […]
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E12 P1: LIZ RYAN

Kathleen welcomes Liz Ryan to Dare to Care in the Workplace. Liz is the CEO and founder of Human Workplace, a publishing, coaching, and consulting firm whose mission is to reinvent work for people. In part one, Liz explains how she became one of the top LinkedIn influencers in the world, why employees don’t feel […]
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E1 P1 : MARCUS BUCKINGHAM

Kathleen’s first guest is Marcus Buckingham, the world’s authority on what the most effective leaders and highest-performing people do differently. Marcus is currently the Head of Research, People, and Performance at The ADP Research Institute and is widely considered the world’s leading expert on Talent at work. In part one, Marcus talks about what it was like growing up in a household of HR professionals and why he thinks the pandemic wasn’t the sole reason for ‘The Great Resignation’.
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E1 P2 : MARCUS BUCKINGHAM

Kathleen wraps up her conversation with Marcus Buckingham, the New York Times best-selling author of two of the most popular business books of all time and the Head of Research, People, and Performance at The ADP Research Institute. In part two, Marcus discusses the cross-section between HR and culture and why people need attention.
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E2 P1 : DR. CAROL SWAIN

Kathleen welcomes Dr. Carol Swain to the podcast. Carol is the founder of Unity Training Solutions, which was launched to provide alternative DEI training for corporations, churches, and schools. In part one, Dr. Swain shares her journey from rural Virginia to becoming a professor & award-winning author, why she believes Bob Woodson is a national treasure, and why she wants to restore hope to the American Dream.
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E2 P2 : DR. CAROL SWAIN

Kathleen wraps up her discussion with professor, author, and founder of Unity Training Solution, Dr. Carol Swain. In part two, Carol shares her thoughts on how leaders can build culture and treat their employees, and how she became comfortable fighting back against the status quo.
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E3 P1 : MIKE ZANI

Kathleen welcomes Mike Zani to the program. Mike the CEO of The Predictive Index, an award-winning talent optimization platform that uses over 60 years of proven science and software to help businesses design high-performing teams and cultures, make objective hiring decisions and inspire greatness in people. Mike is also the author of the Wall Street Journal bestseller, The Science of Dream Teams. In part one, Mike talks about how business owners can invest in building a team, and he shares the leadership journey he took that led him to acquire The Predictive Index.
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E3 P2 : MIKE ZANI

Kathleen wraps up her discussion with Mike Zani, the CEO of The Predictive Index and the author of the Wall Street Journal bestseller, The Science of Dream Teams. In part two, Mike shares how he believes human resources will evolve in the future and his thoughts on “The Great Resignation.”
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