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The Thoughts for Tuesday podcast series is designed for the practical executive who is looking for pragmatic, bite-sized and thought-provoking advice and insights that will help him or her raise their game. Originally a beloved blog written by our CEO and former award-winning journalist, Thoughts for Tuesday the Podcast is a more accessible way to inspire great leadership through stories, original research, and easy to follow actionable advice.
 
Becoming all the leader you can be requires taking proactive steps to enhance your leadership competence. The Leadership Beat explores leadership trends by combining engaging conversations and expert insights to inspire leaders to innovate and think differently about how they’re solving today’s problems.
 
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In this episode of Thoughts for Tuesday, we sit down with Antonio Pietri, CEO of Aspen Technology. Antonio talks about how he built his career to lead him to the CEO chair. He also discusses the importance of building resiliency and how he created a culture of disciplined agility to lead his team to pivot and innovate the customer experience to nav…
 
In this episode of The Leadership Beat, we sit down with Maura Healey, Attorney General of Massachusetts. Maura shares her leadership philosophy and why she believes in supporting your team to seek their passion and giving them a platform to allow them to grow and succeed. She discusses how in times of turmoil and uncertainty leaders should show em…
 
In this episode of The Leadership Beat, we sit down with Helen Drinan, former President at Simmons University. Helen shares her view on the role of leaders to create sustainability while drawing on an organization’s founding purpose to guide a compelling future strategy. She discusses the unprecedented challenges facing higher education, the need f…
 
In this episode of The Leadership Beat, we examine the critical importance of self-care for leaders to perform at the top of their game. We pinpoint the three areas that have the biggest payoff for busy senior leaders, and offer new tools and strategies to help you feel better, happier, and be the best leader you can be that people can depend on fo…
 
In this episode of The Leadership Beat, we sit down with Patrick Murphy, CEO at John Hancock Retirement Plan Services. Pat shares his journey to become CEO and the life-changing leadership and personal lessons he learned after a major health scare. Pat offers insight into how learning to slow down has allowed him and his leadership team to navigate…
 
In this episode of The Leadership Beat, we sit down with Rosabeth Moss Kanter who holds the Ernest L. Arbuckle Professorship at Harvard Business School, specializing in strategy, innovation, and leadership for change. Rosabeth shares her predictions for what business will look like post COVID-19 and what opportunities this outbreak will present for…
 
In this episode of The Leadership Beat, Sarah Woods sits down with Lynn Dugle, Board Director, State Street and former Chairman, CEO and President of Engility. Lynn shares her insights and advice for boards and leaders on how to make a strategic pivot, challenge assumptions to think differently, manage risk and create an environment that drives inn…
 
In this episode, Sarah Woods sits down with Kim Sharan, Fortune 100 Board Director, former C-level financial executive, and consultant to the world's largest global financial services companies. Kim talks with us about the importance of communicating effectively for leaders to create effective teams and how articulating the "why" behind what your d…
 
In this episode of The Leadership Beat, we sit down with Gloria Larson, past president of Bentley University. Gloria takes us through her journey in leadership, spanning government, public policy, law, business and higher education. She shares with us what it was like working and leading in government and how that compared to leading in business, h…
 
In this episode, Suzanne Bates sits down with Madge Meyer, a public speaker, award-winning author, and the founder of “Madge Meyer Consulting, LLC”, known for her unique yet practical approach to advancing innovation and leadership throughout entire organizations. Madge shares with us her passion to continually develop and implement new ideas or so…
 
In today’s world of strengthening global competition, leaders must deliver superior social and economic value. In this episode, we sit down with Russ Eisenstat, Executive Director for the Center for Higher Ambition Leadership. Russ shares with us the principles and practices leaders are using to become higher ambition leaders and create an economic…
 
As most research shows, the vast majority of change efforts fail. So, as a leader, how do you focus on implementing change within your organization? In this episode of The Leadership Beat, Michael Seitchik, Director of Research and Assessment at Bates, sits down with Dr. Greg Shea, President of Shea & Associates, Inc, Senior Consultant at the Cente…
 
In this episode, Suzanne Bates sits down with Sandi Fenwick, CEO of Boston Children’s Hospital, the world's largest, and leading center of pediatric medical, and health research. In addition to celebrating their 150th anniversary, Boston Children’s was just named the number 1 children’s hospital in the nation by US News and World Report for the six…
 
In this episode, Suzanne Bates sits down with Gary Ambrosino, President and CEO of TimeTrade, a high growth tech company on the leading edge of the online appointment scheduling wave. Since taking over as CEO in 2014, Gary has been able to grow TimeTrade at a 30% growth rate year over year. Gary shares his views on the importance of brand loyalty a…
 
In this episode, Suzanne Bates sits down with Jack Roche, CEO of The Hanover Insurance Group, a property and casualty insurer. Prior to being named CEO, Jack ran Hanover’s biggest line of business and was part of a ten-year plan to transform the company. Now after a year as the CEO of The Hanover, Jack shares with us how he has been able to drive t…
 
In this episode, Suzanne Bates sits down with Ralph Dangelmaier, CEO of BlueSnap, an E-commerce payment services provider. After leaving ACI Worldwide where he grew the company’s revenue from $300 to $900 million, Ralph started his own business, Bluesnap. Ralph shares with us why he decided to stop climbing the corporate ladder and become an entrep…
 
The retail industry is one in which there is constant change and fierce competition. Live from the Aldo Headquarters in Montreal, Suzanne Bates sits down with David Bensadoun, CEO of The Aldo Group. In this episode, David discusses his early years as an entrepreneur, followed by his transition into his family’s business (Aldo) where he eventually t…
 
In this episode, Suzanne Bates sits down with Ed Kinnaly, CEO of Bauer Hockey, Maverick & Cascade Lacrosse. Ed shares with us how he fell in love with the sport of hockey growing up and how his passion for the game shaped his career in the sports industry. Ed also discusses his decision to leave Bauer to return to his former company Nike, and ultim…
 
In this interview, Suzanne Bates sits down with Nicole Sahin, CEO of Globalization Partners, to discuss the complicated but rewarding world of global business. Nicole shares with us how growing her company 1,600% over the last three years led to increasing the size of her staff to minimize risk. Nicole also uncovers the challenges of doing business…
 
In this episode, Suzanne Bates sits down with Tim Hebert, former CEO of Atrion and now CEO/Founder of Trilix, where he discusses how he grew Atrion to a $168 million dollar company with an average growth rate of 22% year over year. Tim also shares his approach to hiring and retaining top talent, qualities he feels are essential for any leader to ha…
 
Growth is hard for all companies, and sustaining that profitable growth is an even more difficult task. In this episode, Suzanne Bates sits down with Corey Thomas, CEO of Rapid7, to talk about his experience and success in leading growth in an industry-leading, IT security company. Since Corey took over as CEO in 2012, the company has gone public, …
 
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