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It starts with a moment of courage. It feels like you’re about to drop a bomb on someone you care about. But it’s your ultimate responsibility to give it to them. Hard feedback. It’s a gift. And delivering it can be easier with a simple formula. Dave Jakubowski is the CEO of Ureeka and an avid investor and advisor to growth-stage companies. He is a…
 
If you’re skeptical about whether or not Rebellious Leadership can truly make an impact or change an organization, this episode will change your mind. We recorded this episode live on our agency-wide Town Hall meeting one day — 95 Rebels were gathered and get real, get vulnerable, and reflect on the force multiplier that is perpetual optimism. Spec…
 
Can you imagine hiring 100 people in a year? Now picture hiring 100,000. On today’s episode of the Rebel Leadership Podcast, I’m talking to Dan Black. He’s the Global Leader for Talent Attraction & Acquisition at Ernst & Young. And yep, he oversees the recruitment of EY’s global operations — that 100,000 number is his reality. We dig deep into rebe…
 
In late 2016, a 6-year old boy named Alex Myteberi wrote a letter to President Obama offering to help a five-year-old Syrian refugee boy — if you recall, the iconic image of the horrific conflict in Syria showed a young boy covered in blood and dust in an ambulance after his house in Aleppo was destroyed in a blast. Obama not only read Alex’s lette…
 
Hard work. It’s often connected to producing things you can see or feel — it’s tangible. When you’re shifting from the ultimate producer of things, to leader of people… it’s uncomfortable. What you once described as hard work — physically producing deliverables and tangible things — now becomes putting in the time and effort onto becoming a better …
 
On this episode of the Rebel Leadership Podcast, the host mic is being flipped around. Following a meteoric rise within Rebel Interactive Group, Allison Minutillo will continue to help direct the cutting-edge digital marketing agency’s explosive growth as a partner in the firm. Rebel's Shannon King sits down with Allison to talk about her journey w…
 
Has anyone ever told you to just come up with a few ideas? To some…easy peasy. To others… the most terrifying task ever. On today’s episode of the Rebel leadership podcast, I’m talking to Paul Pita, Chief Experience Officer at Rebel Interactive Group. He used to own his own agency and has been a creative all his life. We dive deep into the world of…
 
Every experience along your journey is worth it, whether you realize it or not. Who you are today doesn’t define who you will become tomorrow. If we get into the habit of pausing to reflect and listen to what those around us are trying to tell us — so we believe in it ourselves — opportunities will open and true transformation starts to happen. In …
 
The cold hard truth? There's no map for this. There's no GPS that tells you exactly what you need to do to get from your current position to the next level. For all of our listeners who aspire to be more, affect more, lead someday...this episode explores the details, work, and dedication it takes on the journey to becoming a leader. I guess you cou…
 
The art of the ah-ha moment is a tricky thing. You can see it happening. A lightbulb. A revelation. A rebelation. But to arrive there requires self-reflection, a pause moment. Katy McGrath, our VP, Client Services at Rebel Interactive Group, tells her powerful story on today’s episode about the ah-ha she just experienced, and how she arrived there.…
 
One simple question managers or leaders can ask that has the power to change the dynamic between themselves and those around them: “What motivates you in the day to day?” I sent a quick email back to Emmy Gray the other day, boosting her up for handling a very complex client communication with poise and clarity. She’s a strategic client relationshi…
 
Raise your hand if you’re in a leadership role and you’ve said these words: “Don’t tell anyone, but…” That’s the line. It’s a tightrope. The balance between leadership and friendship is complex and ever-changing. The dynamic is subtle and nuanced — and one that is worth talking about. Listen, reflect, and embrace your next ah-ha moment.…
 
Vibe. According to the dictionary, it’s a person's emotional state or the atmosphere of a place as communicated to and felt by others. Technically, It’s intangible; but as working professionals, we all feel it and sometimes, see it. Interviewing candidates, especially in a Zoom world, is a difficult task. There are so many subtleties people give of…
 
One of our exceptionally talented new business development leads, Joe Martin, asked me a question the other day. It stopped me in my tracks. It was right after a company-wide meeting where we talked with 75 people about big picture themes and vision. He said, “But Allison, what’s the end goal? How will we know we’ve reached it?” He was on the verge…
 
Process. Operations. Two terms that sound so daunting — so heavy — so… boring. But leaders know that successful operations have the power to transform a business and people’s lives — customers, employees, and partners. Mike Minutillo has been a leader in the auto body collision repair industry for more than 40 years. Now retired for 5 years, he had…
 
Hustle. It's really the fuel that drives leaders forward when pursuing their vision, but it's hard to keep that energy up every day, especially on the hard ones. Gurps Rai is the founder and CEO of Dropp. The company’s patented See It, Want It, Get It technology allows users to click on products within video and purchase it. Dropp has successfully …
 
You know the feeling when you’re in the thick of a winning streak? The pressure is on. The momentum is real. The emotions run high. As the leader in that situation, it’s a complex pressure cooker to keep it all together and to make sure complacency doesn’t get in the way of success. Coach Paul Assaiante is joining Allison Minutillo on today’s episo…
 
When an organization is completely aligned and collaborating with each other towards a common direction and purpose — that's when the magic really happens. Leaders must persistently reinforce the best thinking and the best ideas, no matter where or whom they come from. Because when it's less about the pride of ownership of one's individual idea, an…
 
Today we have the pleasure of talking to Hamlet Batista, the CEO of Ranksense. He has years and years of experience as a computer engineer and holds several US patents on innovative SEO technologies. Hamlet is a conference speaker, award-winning blogger, writing for numerous publications, including Moz, Search Engine Land, Entrepreneur.com, Quartz,…
 
Leadership can arguably be boiled down to two things: have great ideas, make exceptional decisions. But sometimes those decisions require taking risks. Risks are often associated with a negative connotation. It seems like you’re making a bold move that hasn’t been founded in data but when you really think about risks, sometimes it’s an emotional co…
 
Rebel Leadership happens in the most unexpected places. We convinced a heart surgeon — yup, you heard it right — to talk to us about the inner-workings of leadership in the complex heart surgery operating room where patients' lives are at stake. We have the honor of speaking with Dr. Igor Gosev, one of four cardiac surgeons at the University of Roc…
 
Think back to when we used to fly on airplanes regularly. The flight attendant comes on and instructs you to put your oxygen mask on first, before assisting others. It's a pretty simple concept: if you run out of oxygen, you can’t help anyone else. Being a leader is rewarding, challenging, and meaningful, but it can also be mentally, physically, an…
 
Here's a chicken and egg scenario for you: which drives which... culture or leadership? Culture is far more than team outings and fancy furniture. Company culture is rooted in leadership. Jeff Johnson, the Chief Operating Officer at C-4 Analytics in Boston, and Allison Minutillo, the President & COO at Rebel Interactive Group, break down tactical s…
 
TRIGGER WARNING: This podcast episode contains information about suicide which may be upsetting to some people. If you’re thinking about suicide, are worried about a friend or loved one, or would like emotional support, the Suicide Prevention Lifeline network is available 24/7 across the United States: 1-800-273-8255. Mel Nardiello shares her perso…
 
Ever felt the energy in a room deflate when you're less than thrilled after a "big reveal" presentation? In a business environment, for some reason, people feel as though their thoughts and ideas need to be perfectly packaged in a beautifully crafted presentation before they can share their perspective with leaders. This is a story about Kyle Miner…
 
Katy McGrath & Bryan Czajkowski, two leaders of large teams within the same organization, participated in what was supposed to be a fun social experiment. They swapped roles for two business days and truly felt what it was like to walk in the shoes of the other person. The results were far deeper than they had imagined, and their ah-ha was worth sh…
 
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