Welcome to Let's Take This Offline: The Podcast for Everyday Leaders where we explore what it takes to be a dialed in and inclusive leader in todays changing workplace. We are on a mission to help everyday leaders live well and lead well through conversations that feel like the meeting after the meeting!
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We are back and almost wrapping up the season with another great episode! In this episode Kishshana sits with organizational leader and community developer Taneshia Nash Laird to discuss the something that is almost human nature but can be so destructive in our growth & mental stability and that is comparing ourselves to others and their journeys.
You won't want to miss this episode!!!
The change agent
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IT'S KISHSHANA'S BIRTHDAY!!!!!
Another trip around the sun marks not only a new year but a new outlook on how to approach the year ahead. It's different from the New Year's saying - "New Year, New Me!" Let's look at it with the lenses of "New Year, BETTER ME"... It's a great time to sit back and really reflect on what worked and what didn't work.
In this episode, Kishs...
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In this episode, Kishshana sits down with a long time friend and customer service expert, Briana McKenzie. This conversation is eye opening and can help you get your service mind right if you want your business to thrive. Having a Customer Service Orientation mindset is more than just the customer is always right but more so finding ways to...
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In this episode, Kishshana sits down with her cousin & parenting coach Jelaine to discuss how our parenting styles show up in our work life and how to separate the two live a well balanced life.
Known as the The liberation educator
Born in Miami but a true child of the islands. Jelaine is a first generation immigrant woman who has centered her life of the liberation of black communities on purpose. With extensive e...
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in this episode Kishshana sits down with executive coach and published author Marc A. Pitman. We have a great conversation about what it means to understanding the stories we tell ourselves do not reflect our management styles. We also talk about taking control of how we understand our mission within organizational leadership.
Concord Leadership Group founder Marc A. Pitman, CSP® helps leaders lead thei...
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You guys are going to love this episode! Kishshana sits down with one of my amazing friends and experienced executive coach, Larnell Vickers. We get down to the nitty gritty on what it means to look further than whats in front of your or even whats on the your resume. Learning the possibilities starts with a pause, take a moment, pivot and move into the career of your choosing based on the skills you possess. All...
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On this episode, Kishshana sits down with certified Gallup Strength Finder Coach., Damali Smith Tolson. We get to the nitty gritty on how can we make our strengths work for us in the corporate sector. Learn more about the strength finder at https://www.gallup.com
Damali Smith Tolson is the Director of Student Life at Baruch College, where she is responsible for developing and enhancing a supportive and nurturing envi...
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In this episode, Kishshana sits down with longtime friend and amazing spirit, Maria Smith Dautruche to discuss the idea of just "being basic" as a Black woman.
Listen friends, this episode will have you laughing so hard your sides will hurt.
Be sure to stick around until the end for this weeks Kish Tip (Vitamin K) for the week!!!
Married to Minister Lopez-Joel Dautruche, and mommy to Imena, Ma...
This conversation takes place on a zoom call for the Rooted Collaborative Retreat for successful women in leadership and business. In this conversation, Kishshana is joined with long time friend and inspiration, Ify Walker. Get your pen and notepad and take some notes! There are some gems shared by Ify that takes authenticity to a whole new level.
Ify Walker is the Founder & CEO of Offor* - the national talent brokerage (www...
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With only a week away, season 2 is slowly approaching. In this upcoming season, Kishshana will focus on Professional Development. Kishshana is going to talk with armchair experts on authenticity, seek out possibility and thrive.
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In this special bonus episode, we are gifted with the words of wisdom of none other than Kishshana's Jamaican Daddy, Bernard Palmer.
He breaks down his thoughts of the season and shares great gems.
In this season closer, Kishshana recaps the lessons of the season from her guests and sends us into the spring with one charge own your Leadesh*t. We are responsible for our lives. Our life is our choice and what we’ve done with these choices up until this point is done.
So what’s next? Let’s talk about it.
Summary: After being booed up with her business for the last 5.5 years, Kishshana has decided she’s ready for love and calls up Dr. Cassandra Henriquez b.k.a. Coach Cass to talk about Love on the Leaderboard. Leaders need love too! Why does it feel so challenging to meet amazing humans the more successful we become? Coach Cass breaks down her Real Love success formula
For many leaders, finding time to be creative can be tough. But making time to play feels impossible. Kishshana gets one of her best friends and long time Creative Director for the Kishshana & Co. family of brands, Rochelle Sodipo to talk about the magic (and necessity) of making time to play as a HOV lane to joy, rest, innovation and fuel as a leader.
This conversation with Kishshana and her guest Ajuah Helton (who happens to be one of her best friends) needed cocktails because THIS conversation explores women of color in the workplace and the winding road we take from honeymoon Helen to “have a nice life” Harriot. Get ready to unpack the “problem” women of color in the workplace and how companies and organizational leaders at every level have a responsibility to to make sure we...
Kishshana is back to talk about money and our relationship with money. From Solo mama adventures to not picking up the phone when the bill collectors called, we get into how our money stuff and how it’s tied to so many things that seemingly have nothing to do with money. Do all roads lead to the coin?
I Got My Mind On My Money and My Money On My Mind.
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Kishshana picks up the phone to call her resident money expert, Tani Chambers to chat about legacy and significance, leveraging your legacy now and later. And what’s up with these MLM schemes claiming to build wealth? How do we use tools to build a financial legacy? Is that the only type of legacy we can build?
Kishshana gets on the phone with HR expert, Joy Pittman to talk about authenticity, exceptionalism, being an influencer from any seat and why you never know what kind of effect you will have on people when you’re out in the world. How does your generation affect how your identity at work? Is Diversity Equity and Inclusion just lip service?
Kishshana chats with her father Bernard Palmer on all things leadership and life. Kishshana is a 1st Generation American and super proud of her Jamaican heritage. How you’re raised affects how you show up as an adult. Together, this father/daughter duo explore game changing lessons about values, success metrics, what’s really important in life (family) and what’s in a hard day's work?
Kishshana takes a minute to reflect on illness and how it plagues leaders. We are all revving our engines in Gear 6 doing 150mph and our body is like SADDOWN! What happens when you create an environment where you feel like you can’t be anything other than overdrive?
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