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Timeout With Leaders

Everyone has a story to share from which we can all learn and grow. We have fun and enlightening conversations to learn and grow from our guest's leadership life lessons and the crooked mile journey it took to get there. #LeadUp

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Timeout with Bob and Gregg Vanourek- "Ego is Not My Amigo"

All the way from Vail Colorado, Gregg and Bob Vanourek, father and son, experts in all things LEADERSHIP join the show. They share some father-son moments with us but also what they learned from interviewing some of the top leaders across the world. The key is to find balance in our life between family, work, learning, and friends to get in alignment. When you are able to find who YOU are, only then can you begin your journey to find your purpose in LIFE unlocking your full potential. 

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23 Jul 2021

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Podcast Takeover with Amanda Falzone

Timeout with Leaders did something a bit differently this week with Kevyn still home with his new baby we invited Amanda Falzone to assume the role of Kevyn while her friend Karyn Tellez sat in the hot seat! Karyn is co-owner of TES Staffing here in Rochester NY she shares her tips on recruiting and life.


16 Jul 2021

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Timeout with Tyler and Kevyn - "Don't Rely on Yesterday's Success"

The offseason is here with the birth of Kevyn's son Angelo and Tyler backpacking from Texas to Rochester on a 25 hour car ride listening to some FUNK music. We talk football, what we learned from last guests and everything that happened in our lives in the offseason. We pick back up next week we new guests! Don't rely on past success, keep moving forward and speak from the chest!


9 Jul 2021

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Timeout with Kim Allen and Jessica Savage- "We Will Lead You Through the Fire"

For episode 11 we play a little 2 v 2 on Timeout with Leaders. We got to talk with Kim Allen, CEO and Jessica Savage, President of Dixon Schwabl Advertising! They are most commonly confused for "Thelma and Louise" , this dynamic duo not only finishes each other's sentences but they also lead one of the most well known companies in Rochester. They discuss how they clear the path for their people to succeed, "we will lead you through the fire to make sure it is safe," but it is so much more than work sometimes you just gotta turn up some 80's hits or grab the microphone to have fun. Holding each other accountable by leading their company’s core purpose to "provoke progress.”


25 Jun 2021

Rank #4

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Timeout with Bob Russell "Close Your Mouth, Open Your Ears"

We cannot believe we are already on episode ten, this is one interview you will not want to miss with Bob Russell, CEO of Rochester Hearing and Speech Center. Bringing us back to the days of flow, in his professional hockey career to how he is now hip checking stereotypes and barriers into the boards. Bob focuses on “not getting stuck in his ways” by always “closing his mouth and opening his ears” a valuable lesson his mother taught him growing up. Son of a plumber but applies this “do whatever it takes” attitude that best serves his team while lifting up the community, to bring EVERYONE together. We cannot be afraid to try something and fail, then never try anything new at all. LEAD UP not down!


18 Jun 2021

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Timeout with Heidi Gregory "Lift Others as You Climb"

Heidi Gregory joins us for Timeout with Leaders, Managing Partner at Harris Beach PLLC where she supports over 230 employees, the FIRST female managing partner in the company's 165 years. Heidi shares that "It is ok to not be ok, you have to be honest with yourself and be willing to move through it." When discussing her involvement in the community, she said "Do good be good" and in business Heidi mention she is always "lifting others as she climbed" the ranks in business to ensure everyone can find their way. Her keys to success is to "step out of your day to day environment, pick your head up and focus on where you WANT to be." 


11 Jun 2021

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Timeout with Jennifer Lake "Can't Lead People If You Can't Lead Yourself"

Take a TIMEOUT with Jennifer Lake, President and CEO of Goodwill of the Finger Lakes, ABVI. Sharing how she came from Hollywood, making "TV and movie magic" to leading one of the largest non-profits in the community. Reminding us that WE are in control of our own lives and WE are enough, sometimes our subconscious is limiting our true potential. The affirmation to take control of our lives is "You are enough", helping us to get out of our own way.


4 Jun 2021

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Timeout with Dr. Seanelle Hawkins -"Be Your Authentic Self"

Episode seven we take a timeout with Dr. Seanelle Hawkins, Executive Director of the Urban League of Rochester. Some may know her as "Queen Supreme" but we know her as Dr. Seanelle, whose mission is to improve the lives of everyone in our community. She shares her story with us and tells us to "always be your authentic self" and "where we are today is only temporary." Having a team of friends, mentors and employees is how she is able to get the work done necessary to help the Rochester community.


28 May 2021

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Timeout with Ty Hookway "We Evaluate Your Future Not Your Past"

Ty Hookway owner of CleanCraft chooses to always "see the good in people." Since starting his company in 1995 Ty has learned that servant leadership is critical to his success. Evaluating individuals by their future and not by their past, he gives those who need a second chance most a "hand up".


21 May 2021

Rank #9

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Timeout with Mark Donohue "Use Business as a Force for Good"

EPISODE FIVE we sit down with the Mark Donohue ower of LifeGuides, training Buddhist, focused on more conscious capital practices to "use business as a force for good." Mark has the vision to touch a BILLION people's lives over the next 15 years. Sometimes it is best to just "slow down" to take time to think and meet people where they are is key to building a great culture... "we must walk the talk."


14 May 2021

Rank #10