18: What “The U” Can Teach Us About Creating a Winning Team Culture with David Scott

Walk down memory lane with me on this week’s episode with former University of Miami football Recruiting Coordinator, David Scott. His team-oriented, enthusiastic approach has motivated a diverse community of players, coaches, staff, vendors, and volunteers at The U, as Race Director of the Miami Marathon, and now as Assistant Athletic Director at Florida International…

17: Mission-Critical LeaderShifting with Chris Raines

I’m humbly joined in this episode by Chris Raines, a highly distinguished Air Force officer who recently retired from the military and launched a leadership consultancy, Madam’s Creek Consulting. We discuss his fascinating experiences managing multi-billion dollar communications/IT programs, handling the stress of high-stakes projects, how to discern a crisis from business-as-usual, shifting and aligning…

16: Doing Well While Doing Good with Jeremy Goldberg

Today’s guest, Jeremy Goldberg, is the perfect example of where skills and passion intersect. Jeremy is the President of tech startup League Apps, a technology company focused on making sports seamless around the world for coaches, athletes, administrators, and parents. Being involved in sports fosters an incredible set of leadership qualities that set today’s children up…

15: Breaking Glass Ceilings with René Banglesdorf

My guest today is a strong female creating a SHIFT in the very male-dominated field of aviation. René Banglesdorf serves as a spokesperson for business aviation and women underrepresented in leadership positions across many other industries. She is Co-Founder and CEO of Charlie Bravo Aviation, a company in the business of buying and selling private…