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The Whole Marketer Ep78 - Social legacy with guest Emily Chang

The Marketing Society podcast

Episode #78. This episode discusses Social Legacy for marketers and being intentional with our choices in order to live a purposeful life.Social legacy is the impact your presence has on others (and the world) around you, when you give back to society or champion a particular cause. As individuals, marketers and leaders of change, it is utilising what we have personally and/or in the organisation that we work, to benefit society and causes that we are passionate about, which also helps us to gain fulfilment personally and for those within the organisation.Abby’s remarkable guest to discuss social legacy is Emily Chang, CEO of McCann Worldgroup China. An accomplished marketer and leader, Emily’s previous roles include Apple, Procter & Gamble, InterContinental Hotels Group Greater China, as well as CMO of Starbucks China. Emily was recently awarded ‘Women to Watch Greater China’ by Campaign Asia and has recently published best-selling book The Spare Room, which is also the topic of her first TEDx talk.In this inspirational episode, Emily shares how you can determine your own social legacy, clarity on your cause, feeling comfortable with asking for help, and living your maximum life that leaves people and circumstances better than you’ve found them.This podcast is sponsored by Labyrinth Marketing  www.labyrinthmarketing.co.uk Host: Abigail Dixon Guest: Emily Changwww.social-legacy.com @thespareroom.emilychangThe Whole Marketer podcast is here to support and empower the people behind brands and businesses with the latest technical tools, soft and leadership skills and personal understanding for a fulfilling marketing career and life as a whole. For more info go to www.thewholemarketer.com 

46mins

26 Sep 2022

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Episode 78 - Social legacy with guest Emily Chang

The Whole Marketer podcast

Episode #78. This episode discusses Social Legacy for marketers and being intentional with our choices in order to live a purposeful life.  Social legacy is the impact your presence has on others (and the world) around you, when you give back to society or champion a particular cause. As individuals, marketers and leaders of change, it is utilising what we have personally and/or in the organisation that we work, to benefit society and causes that we are passionate about, which also helps us to gain fulfilment personally and for those within the organisation.   Abby’s remarkable guest to discuss social legacy is Emily Chang, CEO of McCann Worldgroup China. An accomplished marketer and leader, Emily’s previous roles include Apple, Procter & Gamble, InterContinental Hotels Group Greater China, as well as CMO of Starbucks China. Emily was recently awarded ‘Women to Watch Greater China’ by Campaign Asia and has published best-selling book The Spare Room, which is also the topic of her first TEDx talk.   In this inspirational episode, Emily shares how you can determine your own social legacy, clarity on your cause, feeling comfortable with asking for help, and living your maximum life that leaves people and circumstances better than you’ve found them.  Host: Abigail Dixon Guest: Emily Chang. Visit www.social-legacy.com to learn more about the book, read weekly blogs, and buy the book (also on amazon/walmart) @thespareroom.emilychang on Instagram and Facebook This podcast is sponsored by Labyrinth Marketing  www.labyrinthmarketing.co.uk The Whole Marketer podcast is here to support and empower the people behind brands and businesses with the latest technical tools, soft and leadership skills and personal understanding for a fulfilling marketing career and life as a whole. For more info go to www.thewholemarketer.com 

46mins

19 Sep 2022

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Take A Step Of Faith Toward Your Purpose: Emily Chang & Jodi Stuber

Jesus Calling: Stories of Faith

Are you facing a crossroads in your life where your next move involves taking a step that feels unfamiliar or hard? None of us really knows what the next minute, days, or weeks might bring, but God does. And when we trust that He is in charge of our future, taking those leaps of faith leads us ever closer to where we’re living in the fullness of who we’re meant to be.  Emily Chang is the CEO of the McCann World Group advertising company. As a successful executive who has headed up initiatives at Starbucks and Apple, it would seem Emily’s legacy might be secured—but her corporate achievements simply were the springboard for the legacy she really wishes to establish—which is to personally make a difference for good in people’s lives by opening up her home to youth in need. Jodi Stuber grew up with a love of horses, always dreaming of having one of her own. When Jodi found out about equine therapy, she knew this great love of horses was just a stepping off point to her true calling of serving people—including children and veterans—by connecting them to animals at the Hopewell Ranch, which she co-founded in 2004.   Links, Products, and Resources Mentioned: Jesus Calling Podcast Jesus Calling Jesus Always Jesus Listens Past interview: Brian Tome Upcoming interview: Dr. Myron Rolle Emily Chang McCann World Group The Spare Room Purpose Driven Life social legacy Jodi Stuber Hopewell Ranch COVID Project Solomon PTS [Post Traumatic Stress] www.hopewellranch.org Project Solomon Interview Quotes: “It's a privilege to know our God. And it's a privilege to understand that we can thrive, we can live in abundance and in joy, and especially when we put others before ourselves, when we put God at the center of our life, everything changes.” - Emily Chang “Faith is taking a step without knowing exactly the outcome, but having absolute conviction that God is at work and you get to be a part of what He is doing.” - Emily Chang “It's like an incredibly freeing thing when all we have to do is say, ‘Okay, whatever you want, let me go try and be obedient and do the best I can.’ And God is amazing and always surpasses your wildest imagination.” - Emily Chang “I think these small and regular habits become a lifestyle. And then our lifestyle strengthens our beliefs as well as our beliefs strengthen our lifestyle. And ultimately, that combination shapes who we are.” - Emily Chang “It was such a blessing to see how the Lord took the things that I desired and manifested them so that we could start with that healing presence of the Lord through animals. And it was just really special.” - Jodi Stuber “I like to think that when He formed the Earth and the people and the animals, that's creation. And so I believe that when you have somebody who's creative, God shares that piece of His heart with us, to give back to those around us. And I just think that's a beautiful gift and I love it.” - Jodi Stuber  “I feel like there's so many people feeling lonely because they don't think anybody sees them. We know God sees them. And what I love is when He shines a spotlight on people that we can then minister to and try to help things be a little better. And that's so rewarding.” - Jodi Stuber ___ Enjoy watching these additional videos from Jesus Calling YouTube channel! Audio Episodes:     https://bit.ly/3zvjbK7 Bonus Podcasts:     https://bit.ly/3vfLlGw Jesus Listens: Stories of Prayer:  https://bit.ly/3Sd0a6C Peace for Everyday Life:     https://bit.ly/3zzwFoj Peace in Uncertain Times:     https://bit.ly/3cHfB6u What’s Good?     https://bit.ly/3vc2cKj Enneagram:     https://bit.ly/3hzRCCY ___ Connect with Jesus Calling Instagram Facebook Twitter Pinterest YouTube Jesus Calling Website

34mins

1 Sep 2022

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Emily Chang & Cybersecurity Interview With Aura Creative Thoughts On Combining Intelligence w/Data 🕵🏻‍♂️

The Bling Viera Podcast

Emily Chang with cybersecurity group Aura. My #SLC contribution with Luz. Cakes on Customer Appreciation Day. Two companies you can TRUST. https://buy.aura.com/aura-vs-competition 💡💡💡Luz at https://www.tryluz.com--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bling-viera/message

32mins

9 Jul 2022

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17.1 Emily Chang, Executive and Fosterer

How To Own The Room

What will your social legacy be? Viv Groskop talks to corporate high flyer Emily Chang about her philosophy which has inspired a unique way of life, where the spare room is always available to young people in need. As soon as she was able, Emily followed her instincts to offer help in the form of a place to stay to the most vulnerable young people whose lives she crossed. She explains how it is a practice she continues to this day and how it informs her work in the corporate world as well as in raising her daughter. You can find out more about Emily at social-legacy.com A new updated edition of Viv's book, How to Own the Room is out now. @vivgroskop

32mins

12 Jun 2022

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#198 – The Spare Room with Emily Chang

Uncorked: The Podcast

Time pays back. Meet Emily Chang: a thriving executive, author, speaker, AND mother of 17(!) who has taken the time to open her home and heart to serve others. She believes in the power of bringing people together and of finding joy and fun in all areas of life. She is a woman who is willing to deviate the norm and follow her passion if it will enrich others in life. Be sure to listen!LINKS:The Spare Room: www.amazon.ca/Spare-Room-Intentional-Authentic-Purpose/dp/1642937622

25mins

24 May 2022

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2/2 Emily Chang: The "AND" of Contradiction

Leadership and Loyalty™

As a leader today, if you have not considered what your legacy is, or at least could be?Without a Legacy project, you are going to find it very hard to lead a Millennial workforce and pretty much impossible to lead Gen-Z. That being said, you’re busy. There are deadlines and shareholder meetings. Everyone is pulling at you. So, how can you find out what your legacy is, as a human and as a leader?    Well, that’s where we are going, so stay tuned. Our guest for the next two episodes is Emily Chang. Emily is the CEO of McCann Worldgroup, one of the Big Four global marketing firms, with an integrated network of advertising agencies in over 120 countries. She is a seasoned executive who has worked with some of the world’s most renowned companies like Procter & Gamble, Apple, and Starbucks. Over the last twenty-two years, Emily’s job has brought her and her family to eight different homes across USA and China. Everywhere she’s lived, Emily has found herself at the unique intersection of what she terms, her Offer and Offense. Life has served up young people who have been abused, neglected or marginalized, to find sanctuary in her spare room. Among her deeply personal accounts, Emily shares heart-wrenching stories of an emotionally abused child bride, rescuing a dying baby boy, and the abused daughter of a local prostitute. With the sixteen young people she and her family have cared for, Emily has found that living into her Social Legacy has not only deeply enriched her home life, it has also enabled her to become a more authentic and relatable leader in the workplace. The depth of these stories is covered in a long-form, heart-wrenching and truly inspiring interview Emily did with us on Curiosity Bites. (https://shows.acast.com/curiosity-bites/episodes/13-emily-chang-inconvenient-purpose-the-price-of-miracles) Now, more than ever, social purpose has become an urgent leadership imperative. Emily’s latest book, The Spare Room, will help you identify your Social Legacy to live a more intentional life and lead with authentic purpose.Website: https://social-legacy.comSocial: https://www.linkedin.com/in/emilychang8621https://www.instagram.com/thespareroom.emilychangPart 2) The "AND" of Contradiction Vulnerability and Confidence Why You Should Take Your Kids to Work The Power of AND Authentic - A-Holes! What it Means to Be "Authentic" The Action of Purpose! Loyalty and Inspiration Why The Future of Leadership is Hard & Soft  Curious about how to tap into what drives meaning in your life and create meaningful transformation in the lives you touch? Take a look at DovBaron.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

29mins

13 Apr 2022

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1/2 Social Legacy Leadership: Emily Chang

Leadership and Loyalty™

As a leader today, if you have not considered what your legacy is, or at least could be? Without a Legacy project, you are going to find it very hard to lead a Millennial workforce and pretty much impossible to lead Gen-Z. That being said, you’re busy. There are deadlines and shareholder meetings. Everyone is pulling at you. So, how can you find out what your legacy is, as a human and as a leader?    Well, that’s where we are going, so stay tuned. Our guest for the next two episodes is Emily Chang. Emily is the CEO of McCann Worldgroup, one of the Big Four global marketing firms, with an integrated network of advertising agencies in over 120 countries. She is a seasoned executive who has worked with some of the world’s most renowned companies like Procter & Gamble, Apple, and Starbucks. Over the last twenty-two years, Emily’s job has brought her and her family to eight different homes across USA and China. Everywhere she’s lived, Emily has found herself at the unique intersection of what she terms, her Offer and Offense. Life has served up young people who have been abused, neglected or marginalized, to find sanctuary in her spare room. Among her deeply personal accounts, Emily shares heart-wrenching stories of an emotionally abused child bride, rescuing a dying baby boy, and the abused daughter of a local prostitute. With the sixteen young people she and her family have cared for, Emily has found that living into her Social Legacy has not only deeply enriched her home life, it has also enabled her to become a more authentic and relatable leader in the workplace. The depth of these stories is covered in a long-form, heart-wrenching and truly inspiring interview Emily did with us on Curiosity Bites. (https://shows.acast.com/curiosity-bites/episodes/13-emily-chang-inconvenient-purpose-the-price-of-miracles) Now, more than ever, social purpose has become an urgent leadership imperative. Emily’s latest book, The Spare Room, will help you identify your Social Legacy to live a more intentional life and lead with authentic purpose.Website: https://social-legacy.comSocial: https://www.linkedin.com/in/emilychang8621https://www.instagram.com/thespareroom.emilychangPart 1) Defining What Pisses You Off   Promotion as a set-up for failure or Success Comfort for The Spirit, a CEO's Path Finding the Extraordinary in Everyone The Cross Roads of Offence and Offer Determining Your Framework Curious about how to tap into what drives meaning in your life and create meaningful transformation in the lives you touch? Take a look at DovBaron.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

28mins

10 Apr 2022

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Authenticity – Powering Brands and Leadership (ft. Emily Chang)

Perspectives from the Top

Authenticity - Powering Brands and Leadership (ft. Emily Chang)How changing the way you think about your work can change your entire careerOPENING QUOTE:“People will often say, ‘Oh, you're so busy, I didn't want to bother you.’ But if I'm not helping you, if I'm not helping you break down barriers or find resources or support you in a big client meeting, do you realize I have no job? That literally is my entire job. So no, I'm not busy. In fact, I invite you to make me busy.”-Emily ChangGUEST BIO:Emily Chang began her career in Procter & Gamble, then Apple where she led Retail Marketing across APAC as the brand entered China. She then became Chief Commercial Officer of Intercontinental Hotels Group, Greater China, where she was responsible for all commercial functions, across 320 hotels, six hotel brands, three loyalty programs, and a sales & marketing team of 5,200. Emily then became CMO of Starbucks, China where she led customer engagement and development of their digital ecosystem. Today, Emily is the CEO of McCann Worldwide in China, leading a team of 400 launching McCann’s new China presence.LINKSLinkedInBook: The Spare RoomCORE TOPICS + DETAILS:[3:30] - “Flex to Your People”How great leaders become what their people needEmily speaks of a leader named Tia who made a point of not forcing her people to wrap themselves around her methods. Instead, she flexed to her people— seeing their strengths, exploiting those strengths, and minimizing their weaknesses along the way.[14:12] - The Importance of BookendsHow you say hello and goodbye matterAt Apple, Emily helped hone the ‘bookend’ approach to customer interactions— “Welcome warmly, and send them off with a fond farewell.” These experiences come through a human who looks you in the face and makes eye contact and a smile— and the power of that impact can’t be overstated.[18:10] - Update Your HypothesesOn changing your mind as a habitWith the many positions she’s held, Emily has had the experience of coming into different organizations with a list of assumptions about a company or team. But as she’s learned more in her first months, she finds that those assumptions get edited, updated, or crossed out entirely. And she’s fine with that. Comfort with having our minds changed is the foundation of a growth mindset.[33:53] - The Three Characteristics of Great LeadersWhat all transformative leaders share in common.According to Emily, all great leaders share three things in common. First, they are caringly assertive. They’re empathetic without being doormats. Second, they’re visible. They’re there for their people, not locked away in some tower elsewhere. Finally, they’re authentic. They’re comfortable being vulnerable, and they’re intentional about the way they present those vulnerabilities.RESOURCES:[1:50] About McCann[1:59] The Spare Room[24:58] Book on Leonardo da VinciFollow Emily ChangLinkedInBook: The Spare RoomFollow Chris Roebuck:WebsiteTwitterLinkedInFacebookPerspectives from the TopABOUT PERSPECTIVES FROM THE TOP:Discover the secrets of success for you and your organization shared by the world’s leading thinkers, doers, and trailblazers. Join Chris Roebuck, Honorary Visiting Professor of transformational leadership, leader in military, business, and government, inspiring global keynote speaker, one of HR’s Most Influential Thinkers, bestselling author, and your host of Perspectives from the Top. The show reveals a treasure trove of insights from mega trends to practical strategies and actions to take your career up a gear. From government world shapers and business mold breakers to evidence driven academics and enthusiastic entrepreneurs, each episode shows you how you can immediately use these new ideas and actions to drive your success.Learn more at: PerspectivesFromTheTop.comABOUT DETROIT PODCAST STUDIOS:In Detroit, history was made when Barry Gordy opened Motown Records back in 1960. More than just discovering great talent, Gordy built a systematic approach to launching superstars. His rigorous processes, technology, and development methods were the secret sauce behind legendary acts such as The Supremes, Stevie Wonder, Marvin Gaye, Diana Ross and Michael Jackson.As a nod to the past, Detroit Podcast Studios leverages modern versions of Motown’s processes to launch today’s most compelling podcasts. What Motown was to musical artists, Detroit Podcast Studios is to podcast artists today. With over 75 combined years of experience in content development, audio production, music scoring, storytelling, and digital marketing, Detroit Podcast Studios provides full-service development, training, and production capabilities to take podcasts from messy ideas to finely tuned hits. Here’s to making (podcast) history together.Learn more at: DetroitPodcastStudios.comABOUT THE HOST:Chris has shown over 21,000 leaders in over 1500 organizations globally how they can discover their secrets of success in a way that meets and beats their organizations specific challenges.Chris has done this across sector, culture and geography - UBS, HSBC, KPMG & London Underground, legal firms to construction, tech and IT, to retail, facilities to scientific research, police to not for profit, pharmaceutical to SMEs. From the UK National Health Service of 1.4m staff and UK Government to the Red Cross in Myanmar, from Investment banks in London to Middle East Telecoms, from the Chinese Space Program leaders to HR Directors in India and global retail CEOs in Rome.When he was the Global Head of Leadership at UBS, overseeing a staff of 70,000 across 100 countries, his team helped the bank transform organizational performance to increase profitability by 235%, market capitalization by 50% and win numerous awards. This is now a Harvard Case Study.Chris has been quoted as a business leadership expert globally in the Harvard Business Review China, FT, Wall Street Journal, Le Monde, New York Times, Business Week, Time Magazine, Washington Post, Times of India, Straits & Gulf Times and many others. He judges business awards and has done over 350 TV interviews on leadership and business on BBC, Sky, Bloomberg, Al Jazeera, CNBC & CNN. He’s also skied at 60mph by accident. Learn more about Chris at: ChrisRoebuck.LiveCREDITS:Chris Roebuck: Host | chris@chrisroebuck.net Connor Trombley: Executive Producer | connor@detroitpodcaststudios.com

53mins

7 Mar 2022

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Defining Your Social Legacy and Leading with Authentic Purpose with Emily Chang, CEO McCann Worldgroup-China (MDE455)

Leadership, Brand Strategy & Transformation - Minter Dialogue

Minter Dialogue MDE455Emily Chang is CEO, McCann Worldgroup-China. Prior to joining McCann, Emily has been the CMO for Starbucks China, CCO for InterContinental Hotels Group, Greater China, headed Retail Marketing for Apple across APAC and spent the first eleven years of her career at Procter & Gamble. She’s also author of “The Spare Room: Define Your Social Legacy to Live a More Intentional Life and Lead with Authentic Purpose.” In this conversation, we discuss how she came up with her social legacy, including how she shared it within her household. We talk about her book, how to combine your offer and offence, how to effectively and authentically bring your personal life into the professional sphere, the place for empathy as a leader and much more.  If you've got comments or questions you'd like to see answered, send your email or audio file to nminterdial@gmail.com; or you can find the show notes and comment on minterdial.com. If you liked the podcast, please take a moment to rate/review the show on RateThisPodcast. Otherwise, you can find me @mdial on Twitter.

59mins

15 Jan 2022

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