30 – Onaje Jackson – Ahead of his time

Onaje Jackson has been a leader and driver in the sustainability and environmental movements for over 30 years, working in the US, the US Virgin Islands and Central America, addressing issues well before most of us understood the scope of the problems our world was facing. Join my insightful conversation with Onaje. He will open your eyes.

29 – Mike Brady – Opportunities and Hiring

Mike Brady’s TED Talk titled “Why We Hire Unemployable People” established the vision that led to launching the Greyston Center for Open Hiring in 2018 and to his selection to the inaugural global list of the Top 100 Meaningful Business Leaders in 2019. In 2020, Mike was selected as a member of the Council of Criminal Justice. Mike is a frequent speaker on the topic of the future of work and creating opportunities for people excluded from the workforce.

28 – Susan Masino: The Brain Health and Forests

Susan Masino

My guest for today’s podcast is Susan Masino, a professor of neuroscience at Trinity College, who stresses the link between healthy brain metabolism and nature. I don’t think there are many of us who would deny that joy that one feels by taking a walk in the woods. However, Susan explains to us how and why we need that type of experience to maintain our health and sanity. Forests are not something to be exploited for purely commercial gain. Forests, and nature preserves are a necessary component of a healthy society, and planet.

27 – Keith Merron: Transformational Leadership, Part 3

Keith Merron

Welcome to Part 3 of 3 of my conversation with Keith Merron where we look at the strategy to solve the problems we described in our two previous episodes.

Keith Merron is the founder and Managing Partner of Leadership Pathways, an organizational consulting and leadership development firm dedicated to helping organizations and leaders achieve bold visions, and realize sustainable, impactful goals for tomorrow’s world. With a PhD from Harvard, Keith has spent 35 years working with small and large organizations in the private, non-profit and government arenas to achieve better outcomes. He told me that he stopped counting after he reached 400 clients. Keith wrote 5 books and numerous articles on human and organizational development. He has led hundreds of workshops and seminars for leaders. In a nutshell, Keith is an expert on Leadership and organizational behavior.