Talent Magnet Institute Podcast

Talent Magnet Institute Podcast

The Talent Magnet Institute is committed to developing leaders to succeed in relationships, work, community, and life: we’ll reframe what success means, and you’ll hear the personal stories of successful leaders from around the globe. From the highest of highs to the lowest of lows, every guest has a unique story to tell and insights to bring. Discover how to achieve a new type of success that goes much deeper than profits: culture, talent, and holistic leadership.... Show More

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July 25, 2019

Today we get a follow-up episode, where Mike sits down again with Meredith Meyer, founder of Infinite Potential! They’re talking about the concept, how it manifests when you change your role, and how organizations can foster it among their employees. 

What is My Best Use as a Leader?

This is a question everyone should be asking themselves, and Meredith talks about how she came to ask it of herself, and others. There are a lot of di...

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Today on the Talent Magnet Institute Podcast, Mike speaks with Meredith Meyer - whose business, Infinite Potential, is founded on the idea that strategic planning and talent need to be perfectly integrated for a business to be successful. They discuss what kindness means in an organization, the rapidly-changing world and what it means for organizations focused on culture, and how to bring different company stakeholders to the same ...

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In this week’s episode of the Talent Magnet Institute, Janelle Spence and Christine Lewis talk about one of the most interesting leadership events of the year. Janelle Spence is the marketing director of Centennial Talent strategy and Executive Search. Christine Lewis is the executive assistant to our usual host, Mike Sipple Jr. Today, they’re talking about Leadercast and sharing their thoughts about some of the guests from this ye...

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Today, Jessica Baron speaks with Dr. John Tew, an internationally renowned neurosurgeon with controversial ideas about how to live a healthy life, and Liz Keating, whose daily work inspires connections between people all over the world. What do these people have in common? Aside from a long history of working together, Liz and Dr. Tew have discovered that their areas of interest intersect in fascinating ways.

Mentors to Each Other

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In a very special episode of the Talent Magnet Institute, Tim Hanner, the President of NaviGo, who happened to be the first-ever interview conducted by the host of the show, turns the mic on Mike Sipple Jr. 

From the Family Farm in Grant County

Mike is a busy guy, leading several organizations, hosting deeply involved in his community, and an invested family man. Those who know him know that he’s everywhere – and know that he’s all...

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When business and community members get involved in their communities - from their local schools to collaborative giving - wonderful things can happen. Nancy Grayson, the President of Horizon Community Funds of Northern Kentucky has a deep belief in the power of giving - and plenty of strategies for how to do it as a company, as a family or an individual. There’s a chemical change in the brain that happens when you give - it feels ...

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Telling someone to embrace the ambiguity in their career doesn’t sound like good advice, nor something a person would want to do. According to the ‘Queen of Ambiguity,’ Myrita Craig, it’s actually a great idea. Myrita, AVP of the Office of Innovation - Strategic Partnerships at the 1819 Innovation Hub, shares how she earned the title and why she leans into ambiguity. It began with a company that you know well where she helped devel...

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Joe Motz is the President and CEO at The Motz Corporation and was awarded the Small Giants award by Forbes. Joe’s journey has been an interesting one: he found amazing success but learned it would cost him his life. So Joe learned the importance of ‘unpacking.’ Today, he and Mike discuss how strong leaders can also be strong and healthy people.

Joe’s Beginning as an Entrepreneur

Joe got into the lawn business because he wanted to d...

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What does it truly look like to lead an inclusive community, and how can we, as leaders, make an impact on this conversation? Join us today as Mary Stagaman, the Vice President of Inclusion at Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber, talks about reaching beyond the familiar, celebrating diversity, and the difference this makes for us in our businesses and our lives.

Cultural competency

If we were to get more intentional about diversifying ...

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On this special episode, we’re looking back on the first year of the Talent Magnet Institute Podcast. We’re highlighting some of our best topics and episodes, telling stories from behind the scenes, and sharing insights from the year that was.

Beginnings

This podcast began as an effort to bring out not just incredible stories that people could find themselves in, but also important topics that others might have never heard of befor...

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Volunteering is amazing for communities, but how can it also be great for business? Join us on this episode of the Talent Magnet Institute Podcast with Doug Bolton, a board member and faculty of the Talent Magnet Institute, and the President and CEO of Cincinnati Cares, as he shares with us the power of volunteerism.

The impact of volunteering and the responsibility of giving back

Doug shares about a role model who instilled in all...

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What does getting to know your employees have to do with your business’s bottom line? In this special episode of the Talent Magnet Institute hosted by Jessica Baron, Centennial Inc.’s Vice President of Executive Search, we are joined by Meghan Cummings. Meghan is the Executive Director of the Women’s Fund of the Greater Cincinnati Foundation, and today she’s talking about the impact we can have — on our businesses and in people’s l...

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What can rock music teach us about business? Joining us on today’s episode is John Domaschko, managing member of the incredible initiative Suits That Rock, a fundraising concert for charity whose performers are business and professional leaders. When you have a VP, or managing partner, or a CEO up on stage performing at a rock concert, it’s quite an experience, and they’ve now raised over $900,000 so far for arts programs for young...

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Inclusivity is important — but what does it look like as it relates to capitalism? On this episode of the Talent Magnet Institute Podcast we have Ed Rigaud, the President and CEO of EnovaPremier, and today we’re talking about the concept of inclusive capitalism. How can we realize freedom in a way that’s possible for everyone?

The gap

Around the world, and particularly in the US, there is a tremendous disparity between the wealthy ...

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What is an emotionally healthy leader? And what can you do to become one? Joining us on this episode of the Talent Magnet Institute Podcast is Pete Scazzero, founder of the New Life Fellowship Church in Queens, New York, the co-founder of Emotionally Healthy Spirituality, and the author of The Emotionally Healthy Leader. Today we’re talking about learning how to let go, leading out of your marriage, and the gifts of our limits.

Eve...

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Welcome to a very special episode of Talent Magnet Institute with our guest host Jessica Baron, the Vice President of Executive Search for Centennial. Today on the show, we have Paul Fox, a self-described career communicator and formerly with Procter & Gamble, as he shares about leadership and corporate responsibility, how that comes from the culture, and its effects on the community.

Face to face with the consumer

Often, consu...

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How do you attract talent to your region — and get them to want to stay? Jill Meyer is the President and CEO of the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber, and on today’s episode, we’re talking about talent, inclusion, transportation, and overall regional transformation to elevate our region and make it one of the world’s best places to live, work, and play.

Growing the vibrancy and economic prosperity of the region

These two phrases must...

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Why should businesses and business owners help kids succeed? Joining us today on the Talent Magnet Institute Podcast is Amanda Greenwell, Director of the Northern Kentucky Area Center. On this episode we’re talking about early childhood education: why does it matter, and why should you care?

Amanda’s personal experience

When Amanda had children, she took five years off from the workforce to be with her kids, giving them the best ex...

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How can we create a thriving organization? Elaine Suess is the President of BeyondBeing Executive & Leadership Coaching. On this episode, she shares how she builds positive cultures in organizations and helps leaders reach higher levels of success by focusing on strengths, asking questions, and quite literally changing the way we think.

A strengths-based approach

We have a million words to describe what’s wrong with us, but onl...

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How can you make an organization the size of a small city feel like home? Candace McGraw is the Chief Executive Officer of the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport or CVG. This organization spans 14,000 people and 7,500 acres — and somehow, Candace and her team are able to build a strong sense of community, both for her team and her passengers.

The Phoenix Rising of CVG

CVG used to be a flow-through hub for one main c...

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