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Every CEO, CFO, and senior leader IS a unique story, and these stories are shared on Executives After Hours. This podcast aims to share authentic conversations with real leaders where we chat about their personal journeys, rather than their current positions. Across these interviews, you learn about common traits of successful executives as well as what animal best represents their management styles, what they want their gravestones to say, and how they define happiness. Along with Executives After Hours, you can find podcasts that I was a featured guest. 

Readings from The Crucible's Gift: 5 Lessons From Authentic Leaders Who Thrive In Adversity.

May 17, 2018

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May 29, 2017

Today on Executives After Hours, Mo Gawdat (Chief Business Officer for Google X). He is one hell of a man who isn't swayed by much. Not even my good looks. Mo and I meet in Dubai and have a great conversation, but what struck most was...

March 30, 2017

Dr. John Nagl stops by Executives After Hours Podcast to talk about his personal journey. Dr. Nagl is a primary author of the U.S. Army/Marine Corps Counterinsurgency Field (2007), and has written two books on counterinsurgency titled,...

February 13, 2017

Today on Executives After Hours, Paul Turner – Regional Director MENA – Havas People. Paul and I chat about what life was like growing up in England, cricket and the role teachers played in pushing him to University. We also discuss hi...

January 3, 2017

Today on Executives After Hours, Caroline Gasc stops by for a chat. Caroline is a personal coach and former CFO of MPH Global Services. Caroline discusses why she was a Jekyll and Hyde in her professional life. By day she was a CFO, wh...

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