The Whole Person Workplace: how to build a positive, fulfilling, high-performance work culture with Scott Behson

Libby is joined by professor of management and Silberman Global Faculty Fellow at Fairleigh Dickinson University, Scott Behson, Ph.D. Scott is a national expert in work and family issues as well as a best-selling author and professional speaker and is dishing all on how to succeed at work and what it means to be a … Read more

Creating Human Connections Through Communications and Marketing with Zach Giglio

This week, Libby is joined by Zach Giglio. Zach and his wife Emma have had the fortunate experience of traveling and living around the world and have seen the positive impacts that human connections have made on their lives and the lives of the people around them. Now, with more than 15 years of combined … Read more

Bring the Fun for a More Connected Culture with Dr. Bob Nelson and Mario Tamayo

This week, Libby is joined by the Authors of Work Made Fun Gets Done!, Dr. Bob Nelson and Mario Tamayo. Bob Nelson, Ph.D., is the president of Nelson Motivation Inc., the world’s leading authority on employee recognition and engagement and Mario is a principal with Tamayo Group Inc., a no-nonsense consulting firm specializing in leadership … Read more

From Scotland Yard to Leadership Coach with David Wheatley

As our careers and lives naturally evolve, we often bring things – habits, lessons, thoughts with us to our present reality. In the case of today’s episode, David Wheatley was able to take the experience from his many years as a former Scotland Yard police officer into his entrepreneurial career as a Leadership Coach. David … Read more

The Leadership-Confidence Connection with Christine Woodward

In this episode, Libby speaks with mission driven consultant and business owner, Christine Woodward. Christine shares all about the importance of confidence when it comes to leadership and how she helps other business owners to grow beyond their comfort zones. Through her consultancy agency, 19th & Co., Christine’s focus is less about services and more … Read more

Talking About the F Word: Failure with Tiana Sanchez

This week Libby is joined by best-selling author and CEO of organization training and development firm Tiana Sanchez International, Tiana Sanchez. For over 17 years, Tiana has served innovative companies across the U.S. and has delivered keynote presentations to top leaders in corporations and academia. Since 2012, she has presented on topics such as The … Read more

Are You a Sudden Leader? with Margaret Watts Romney

Libby is joined by presenter, teacher, and group synergy builder Margaret Watts Romney. Margaret has been speaking, navigating communication blocks, and discovering better ways for her clients to lead, connect, and express themselves for 25 years. She is the founder of MasterSpeaker Lab, a group that transforms young workers into well-spoken professionals, and seasoned professionals into … Read more

Tips from the Relationship Practitioner with Juli Geske-Peer

This week, Libby is joined by Juli Geske-Peer. Juli is the founder and president of Peer Performance Solutions, a company focused on enhancing individual and organizational performance. Her particular expertise is on facilitating exceptional leadership and relationship skills. With a Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership and over 20 years of successful consulting and management … Read more

Is Your Business Lean, Luxe, or Both? with Crista Grasso

In this episode, Libby discusses going lean with Crista Grasso. Crista is on a mission to help entrepreneurs simplify success, get off the hustle hamster wheel, and run lean businesses where they optimize what’s working and eliminate anything not adding value to their clients and profit to their business. Early in her entrepreneurial journey, Crista … Read more

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