Rank #1: Sarah Robb O’Hagan, CEO of Flywheel Sports (Ep.14)
Sarah Robb O’Hagan, CEO of Flywheel Sports and author of EXTREMEYOU, is our NGage special guest this week. We caught up with Sarah at iConic 2017 Conference where she talked about her book as well as her position at Flywheel Sports. Sarah believes it is okay to fail, in fact, she encourages it-- curious? Listen to the full podcast here:
Rank #2: Dominic Price, Head of R&D and Work Futurist at Atlassian (Ep.13)
This week our guest is Dominic Price, Head of R&D and Work Futurist at Atlassian. As a Work Futurist, Dom helps employees engage with the use of the software. He focuses on supporting social change by encouraging charity involvement and is on a mission to change the traditional nature of corporate culture.
Rank #3: Larry McAlister - Vice President of Global Talent Management, Equinix (Ep.12)
Joining us in this episode is Larry McAlister, Vice President of Global Talent Management at Equinix who we met at the Bersin by Deloitte IMPACT 2017 Conference. Equinix connects the world’s leading business to their customers, employees, and partners inside the most interconnected data centers; or as Larry likes to call it, the internet’s landlord. Larry discusses his experience with employee engagement as well as Equinix’s mission to conserve energy.
Rank #4: Deb Johnson - Chief Learning Officer, Deloitte (Ep.11)
CJ had the opportunity to chat with Deb Johnson, Chief Learning Officer at Deloitte, at the IMPACT 2017 Conference hosted by Bersin by Deloitte. Deb is responsible for the overall learning and development activities for Deloitte Consulting and specializes in on-boarding, global development, and emerging business and talent models.
Rank #5: Tim Leberecht - Founder, Business Romantic Society (Ep.10)
Three-time TED speaker, author, founder of the Business Romantic Society, and the CEO and Founder of Leberecht & Partners, Tim Leberecht is on the podcast this week. He talks about how to create a healthy and meaningful business, and how those companies can thrive.
Rank #6: David Zinger, Founder, Employee Engagement Network (Ep. 09)
IMMINENT Digital's CJ Follini speaks with David Zinger, founder of The Employee Engagement Network. Topics discussed include: new methods of the performance survey, how work engagement can prevent PR blunders that have occurred at Uber/Wells Fargo/Fox News, and his book, "People Artistry". You can find more about David Zinger on his website: http://www.davidzinger.com/ Twitter: @davidzinger IMMINENT Digital on Twitter: @imminentdigital
Rank #7: Aria Finger, CEO of DoSomething.org (EP.08)
Joining this episode is Aria Finger, the CEO of dosomething.org and president of TMI strategies, the in-house, agency and consulting arm of this non-profit. The organization is aimed at getting young people engaged. They reach over 5 million members in 130 countries who are interested in social change and tackle volunteer campaigns that impact any cause imaginable. You can see their latest video campaign and get involved at DoSomething.org/US. Aria chats with CJ about their efforts and why non-profits are often more creative than their competition.
Rank #8: Ido Leffler, Co-Founder and CEO of Yoobi (EP.07)
Yoobi is based on the simple idea; providing colorful and vibrant supplies to schools and offices while also giving back. Yoobi means “One for you, one for me.” So for every Yoobi item purchased, the company contributes an item to a classroom in need through the United States. Their founder and CEO Ido Leffler joins IMMINENT Digital’s CJ Follini to discuss the companies core focus, as well their partnerships with Starlight Children’s Foundation and Kids in Need Foundation, and collaborations with big name talents like Usher, Pharrell Williams, and Jonni Cheatwood. Learn more or your school supplies this year at yoobi.com Follow this year’s campaign at #YoobiXIAmOther
Rank #9: Gregory Hadden - Executive Creative Director of Motive (EP.06)
CJ is excited to be speaking with Gregory Hadden, Executive Creative Director of Motive: A Project Worldwide Agency, about their new documentary web series, ‘Spotlight California.’ The series highlights the drought consequences in California resulting from climate change. Gregory talks about the origin of this campaign, what they hoped to accomplish, and the true role of documentary filmmakers. You can learn more about the campaign and see a trailer at SpotlightCalifornia.com.
Rank #10: Rocco Pallatto - Director of Development at Ad Council (EP.05)
Rocco Pallatto, Director of Development at the Ad Council, talks about the history and mission of the Ad Council, which dates back to 1942. Rocco also discusses one of the most engaging social impact campaigns ever, the Ad Council’s ‘Love Has No Label’ video campaign, which is aimed at promoting diversity and inclusion. It has brought together several big name brands to fund this effort to remind the world that people are just people.