R.O.G. Return on Generosity

What is the return on generous leadership and a generous culture? Host Shannon Cassidy speaks with innovative leaders who share real-life examples of the dividend of investing in others. In each episode, we explore how generosity at work impacts the bottom line and address topics like cultural dynamics, team behavior and peer relationships. How do the givers give at work? What mindset enables them to think of others? Our mission is to be a catalyst for a work environment that emphasizes psychological safety, “one-team” mentality and strengths deployment. How can you become an organization where individuals matter, teams collaborate, and strengths are volunteered? We’ll hear from leaders who believe in creating a culture of giving. We’ll learn their “why” and get key takeaways that spark new practices and outlook on generous leadership. Join the conversation on R.O.G. Return on Generosity with Shannon Cassidy, CEO and Founder of bridge between, inc.

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Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 29m. Bisher sind 52 Folge(n) erschienen. Dies ist ein wöchentlich erscheinender Podcast.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 1 day 1 hour 5 minutes

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episode 51: 51. Tim Kachuriak - People Give to People


51. Tim Kachuriak - People Give to People “The number one thing that really moves the needle in a significant way is how effectively the organization communicates their value proposition...what we've learned about the value proposition is that there's fo...


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episode 50: 50. Karen Gray - A+E Culture of Kindness


50. Karen Gray - A+E Culture of Kindness “People sometimes confuse kindness with avoiding direct conversation. But, actually kindness is equal to direct conversation. And if you don't have direct conversations, if you're afraid in a business when somethi...


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episode 49: 49. Loraine Martins - Active Listening


49. Loraine Martins - Active Listening “Give people space. you listen. You're patient. You have a kind of physical interaction which is the nodding and affirmation. Indicate that you are actually listening. Your cpacity to play back what you've heard...h...


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episode 48: 48. Likky Lavji - Blind Spots


48. Likky Lavji - Blind Spots “Leaders are realizing that it's about looking at people's hidden potentials and leading the people and not the company. You lead the people. You work...with them and find out exactly who they are, what they need and be ther...


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episode 47: 47. Shellye Archambeau - Black Voices


47. Shellye Archambeau - Black Voices “I just didn't feel I was truly going to have the opportunity to compete for a CEO spot at IBM. So that's why I moved my whole family from Tokyo to Dallas, Texas for this new Blockbuster job. And you have to remember...


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episode 46: 46. Dalila Wilson-Scott & Loren Hudson - Black Voices


46. Dalila Wilson-Scott & Loren Hudson - Black Voices “Not only do our talent partners have to be committed, our leaders have to be committed... We need those two pieces aligned, so when we're hiring, when we're promoted, when we're providing opportuniti...


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 2021-08-24  29m
 
 

episode 45: 45. Michael Smith - Black Voices


45. Michael Smith - Black Voices “You get you're undervalued and marginalized out the gate just because people just rely on their stereotypes. So, it means that you have to constantly do that extra work of trying to break and prove people's preconception...


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 2021-08-17  29m
 
 

episode 44: 44. Rosalyn Durant - Black Voices


44. Rosalyn Durant - Black Voices “I really think that we can dismantle racism and bias and all of the division through empathy and love.”    Guest Info: Rosalyn Durant is Senior Vice President of Operations for Walt Disney World Resort, overseeing the...


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 2021-08-10  29m
 
 

episode 44: 43. Dr. Jabari Whitehead - Black Voices


43. Dr. Jabari Whitehead “It's interesting to acknowledge that race is a human construct. You're saying we're mammals, we're part of this species, but somewhere along the line, some got ranked and color became a differentiating factor that was used again...


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 2021-08-03  29m
 
 

episode 42: 42. Susan Jin Davis - People First


42. Susan Jin Davis - People First “If people aren't first, I don't think you can have a good team. And I don't think you remember that there's people on that team and that those people are individuals that you have responsibility for as a leader.”   Gu...


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 2021-07-27  29m