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349: Michele Sullivan: Looking Up, Turning Obstacles Into Advantages show art 349: Michele Sullivan: Looking Up, Turning Obstacles Into Advantages

Leaders Of Transformation | Conscious Business | Global Transformation | Leadership Development

Born with a very rare type of dwarfism, Michele Sullivan describes the power of looking up and how to lead with an elevated view of yourself and others.

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348: Dr. Christopher Kerr: Death Is But A Dream show art 348: Dr. Christopher Kerr: Death Is But A Dream

Leaders Of Transformation | Conscious Business | Global Transformation | Leadership Development

Dr. Christopher Kerr, author of Death Is But A Dream, shares his discoveries from serving patients and their families during the dying process.

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347: Scott Miller: Management Mess to Leadership Success show art 347: Scott Miller: Management Mess to Leadership Success

Leaders Of Transformation | Conscious Business | Global Transformation | Leadership Development

Scott Miller, EVP of Thought Leadership at Franklin Covey discusses his newest book, Management Mess To Leadership Success and becoming a leader that others want to follow.

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346: Dr. Erik Won: Optimizing Brain Function Through Neuroscience show art 346: Dr. Erik Won: Optimizing Brain Function Through Neuroscience

Leaders Of Transformation | Conscious Business | Global Transformation | Leadership Development

Dr. Erik Won talks about how Wave Neuroscience is helping people recover from mental health disorders and enhance brain function.

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345: Melissa Lamson: Managing Well in a Complex Business Environment show art 345: Melissa Lamson: Managing Well in a Complex Business Environment

Leaders Of Transformation | Conscious Business | Global Transformation | Leadership Development

Leadership advisor Melissa Lamson works with global managers to refine their professional skills and lead diverse team more effectively.

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344: Mark Brown: Leadership From The Wilderness To The Workplace show art 344: Mark Brown: Leadership From The Wilderness To The Workplace

Leaders Of Transformation | Conscious Business | Global Transformation | Leadership Development

Expeditionary leadership advisor and former Outward Bound instructor Mark M. Brown connects the skills you learn in the wilderness with leading well in the workplace.

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343: Nic Marks: Measuring Happiness and Wellbeing in the Workplace show art 343: Nic Marks: Measuring Happiness and Wellbeing in the Workplace

Leaders Of Transformation | Conscious Business | Global Transformation | Leadership Development

Nic Marks is a "statistician with a soul" who has developed ways to measure happiness in the workplace and improve overall wellbeing.

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342: Diana Wu David: Future Proof Your Life (Not Just Your Career) show art 342: Diana Wu David: Future Proof Your Life (Not Just Your Career)

Leaders Of Transformation | Conscious Business | Global Transformation | Leadership Development

Author and Leadership Advisor Diana Wu David explains how to develop agility and resiliency and embrace the future of work in this age of acceleration.

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341: Kelly Mason: Paving The Road For A Better World show art 341: Kelly Mason: Paving The Road For A Better World

Leaders Of Transformation | Conscious Business | Global Transformation | Leadership Development

Social impact entrepreneur Kelly Mason shares how she is creating a better life for children in Costa Rica by building roads out of recycled waste.

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340: Chris Field: Disrupting For Good show art 340: Chris Field: Disrupting For Good

Leaders Of Transformation | Conscious Business | Global Transformation | Leadership Development

Chris Field, author of Disrupting For Good is a disruptor by nature who now through Mercy Project, is helping eradicate child slavery and poverty in Ghana.

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Chris Field has been challenging complacency and disrupting the status quo most of his life. His most important disruption is Mercy Project, the non-profit he started to rescue children from human trafficking in Ghana, Africa. Its innovative approach has drawn international attention and earned the prestigious Norman Borlaug Humanitarian Award.

To date, Mercy Project has rescued 170 children, returned them to their families, and provided them with education that will transform their future for generations to come. Chris lives in College Station, Texas with his wife Stacey and their four young children.

Chris Field is the author of the book, Disrupting for Good.

What We Discuss With Chris Field In This Episode

  • How Chris became a disruptor
  • The birth of Mercy Project
  • How their organization is bringing families out of poverty
  • Solving the problem forever instead of just putting a bandaid on it
  • The entrepreneurship bootcamp
  • How can you disrupt for good?

Episode Show Notes: https://tinyurl.com/y47gep86