Riding the Big Wheel
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Highlights: Authenticity, Reinvention, and Connections
Welcome back to Riding the Big Wheel! In this episode, I highlight stories from three conversations with very accomplished women in business. From the importance of connections to taking that big career step, I hope you will take a listen and start connecting with these wonderful women from all over the world. Tell us what you think and connect with me on LinkedIn! This is YOUR podcast and I want to hear from you.
Leadership in the Midst of Uncertainty feat. Joy Wilder Lybeer
I had the pleasure of discussing the qualities of sales leaders that really make a difference with Joy Wilder Lybeer, Chief Revenue Officer at Equifax. Joy had incredible personal and professional insight into separates a good leader from a GREAT one. Trust and confidence are just a few of the qualities that we dove into. Joy is an incredible insightful, not to mention an incredibly accomplished woman in business.
Why Affordable Housing Matters feat. Teresa Bazemore
My guest on today’s podcast is Teresa Bazemore, CEO and president of FHL Bank San Francisco. She has received prestigious industry honors throughout her career, including being named to Savoy magazine’s 2022 list of Most Influential Black Executives in Corporate America. Her current focus is on the role of affordable housing and community development in underserved communities and how they affect the overall health, safety, and well-being of cities, towns, and local neighborhoods
We'll Take Care of It Feat. Lori Henry
This week on Riding the Big Wheel, Michelle sat down with Lori Henry, the first female mayor of Roswell, Georgia and current CEO of H&B Print and Promotional Products. They discuss what it was like to lead a city through the pandemic, being put in the spotlight, and finding your calling.