In this podcast, I will talk with thought leaders, CEOs, and managers from various organizations about leading mindfully. We will learn from their experience and talk about how they implement mindful leadership in their day-to-day organizational culture.
In this episode, I speak with Stephanie Dalfonzo, an Integrative Hypnotist. Stephanie helps people create incredible life changes. Stephanie is also the author of "Goodbye Anxiety, Hello Freedom, How To Build Resilience, and Overcome Anxiety." We will speak about how we can stop acting upon our automatic patterns and better deal with anxiety and stress in these challenging times.
In this podcast, I speak with Megan McNealy, a senior vice president and wealth mgmt advisor at one of the world's largest financial firms; and she serves senior corporate executives. Motivated by a burnout-induced health experience (two autoimmune diseases and cancer) and triumphant revival, she simultaneously founded a well-being and success-focused entrepreneurial venture to help workforce leaders and their employees understand that we can both do and BE well. She wrote a book Reinvent the Wheel: How Top Leaders Leverage Well-Being for Success. In the podcast, we talk about the ability to “DO well and BE well.” More about Megan McNealy: www.meganmcnealy.com
In this episode, I speak with Kane Minkus, the founder & President of Industry Rockstar® a global Publishing & Portfolio Investment Company that helps businesses thrive and grow. We talked about the connection between growing your business and developing and evolving as a human being. We talked about the importance of leaders to continue to grow, evolve, and pursue a growth mindset to live fully and thrive.
For more information about industry Rockstar: https://kaneandalessia.com/
In this episode, I speak with Aga and Łukasz Szóstek, the hosts of Catching the Next Wave podcast (www.catchingthenextwavepodcast.com) in which they inspire leaders to reflect on the possibilities and challenges of 21st-century leadership. In this episode, I bring a part of the full episode in which they interviewed me about leadership in the 21 century. We talked about the meaning of leadership nowadays and the implications.
In this episode, I will speak with Donn Griffit. Donna is a Corporate Storyteller, she has worked globally for over 16 years with Fortune 500 companies, Start-Ups, and investors in a wide variety of industries. Donna has the ability to magically spin raw data into compelling stories that captivate audiences and drive to results. We will talk about the meaning of storytelling and what’s the connection between telling your own story and being mindful and present. To learn more, visit DonnaGriffit.com
In this episode, I will talk to Cheryl Jones. Cheryl is the Founder of The Mindful Path and former Director of Mindfulness at Aetna. She holds undergrad and master’s degrees in Health and Exercise Science. Cheryl is extensively trained as a Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) teacher and holds a Certificate in Spirituality from the University of Saint Joseph. She is the author of Thriving When Your Cosmic Egg Is Cracked: A Mindful Journey. We will talk about various aspects of implementing mindfulness in the day-to-day and in the corporate culture.
In this podcast, I will speak with Orly Carmon. Orly Carmon is the founder and CEO of ORCA- Global Leadership & Networking, the first and largest global networking organization for Israeli women living abroad, with 23,000 members living in 50 countries. We will speak about authenticity, vulnerability, and leading with feminine qualities.
In this episode, I will talk with Tuval Chomut. Tuval s a Chief Solutions Officer at eToro’s. In his previous role, he was the CEO of the digital marketing company, Clicktale. Tuval brings over 2-decades of experience in entrepreneurship and start-up management. In the episode, we will talk about what does it mean to lead mindfully in these challnging times and what we need to take into account when leading nowdays.
In this episode, I will talk with Adi Mazor Kario, an innovation expert and the founder of Invincible Innovation. We will talk about leading innovation and the connection between dealing with the unknown, mindfulness, and innovation. You can find more about Adi's activity here https://www.invincibleinnovation.com/
In this episode, I will talk with Hagit Malul. Hagith Malul is a Chief of Staff and VP Operations at LivePerson Israel. For 15 years, Hagith held several senior HR positions, but in the last seven years, she moved leading innovation and operations at eBay and LivePerson. We will talk about the ability to be mindful and open-minded to identify new opportunities and enable innovation and creativity to emerge.
In this episode, I will talk with Andrew Scheffer. We will talk about the connection between meditation and our business results. Andrew has an MBA from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. He has built a career in Wealth Management while training for over 10,000 hours with world-leading meditation teachers and Buddhist Monks for more than 30 decades.
For many years this was two parallel tracks in her life until she realized that her mission is to bring wellbeing into the organization. Over the past couple of years, she has created programs for employees to make this a reality.