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Bill Kirst, an organizational change consultant, supports clients navigating change in order to thrive, to overcome personal obstacles and to reach their full potential. Bill's blended approach has been cultivated over many years by consulting with individuals and offering leadership in military service. In his podcast, Bill talks with a diverse set of guests on the topic of leading change in today's ever-changing world. Brew up a cup of coffee, or tea, and enjoy the listen. *Disclaimer: Any ...
 
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Nadine's mission is to ambitiously push human potential and humanity forward by empowering others to clarify the highest vision of their future and fulfill that by optimizing their performance and wellbeing, enabling them to lead with purpose and activate systemic change.Nadine has worked with elite athletes and high-performance coaches across all …
 
Today's story comes from Julio Alvarez, a first-generation Ecuadorean American who has worked for the largest consumer brands, helping connect people to emerging new products in meaningful ways.Over the last 12 years, Julio has created retail experiences as an Apple store leader, led Google’s annual Year in Search brand campaign, supported a luxury…
 
On this episode we hear the story and journey of former gymnast champion now novelist, Scott Wilbanks. Scott's first novel, The Lemoncholy Life of Annie Aster was a book I couldn't put down. Now, five years later, I am re-reading the book for the third time and connecting with Scott to say thank you for listening to the inner voice that placed one …
 
Happy Summer and thanks for listening. Just as the seasons change, we too are changing things up a bit here on Coffee & Change. As we head into the summer season, as families begin to reunite, take road trips, make memories and celebrate moments together, we want to meet people where they are at, wherever they are listening. And my guest on this sp…
 
Today’s story comes from Sharon Brewster. Sharon is the Chief Brand and Creative Officer at Brewster Branding, a creative agency specializing in helping businesses connect with customers. She is passionate about business innovation, growth, and entrepreneurship. Merging brand strategies, creativity, technology, and a psychologically-nuanced techniq…
 
Today’s story comes from Brendan McWeeney. Brendan is a User Experience Design Manager at LinkedIn. In November of 2018 Brendan wrote an article on Linkedin titled:“You May Not Be My Leader: My Personal Philosophy on Design Leadership.”This year, as we emerge from the Pandemic our work has evolved in ways we never could have imagined, this article …
 
Today’s story comes from Seth Adams, the Land Conservation Director for Save Mount Diablo. Thirty three years ago, Seth joined Save Mount Diablo as their first staff member. His passion brought him to the city by the bay, and as a resident of the East Bay he uses a powerful combination of passion, purpose and persistence to manage change admirably …
 
Today’s story comes from someone I admire and believe in and have had the chance to get to know these past few months. Paul McCarthy is the founder and author of the forthcoming book on FIRED Leadership. I first heard Paul speak about his work and thought leadership on the Humans Now and Then Podcast with Rebecca Scott. While listening, I found mys…
 
Today’s story comes to us from Sharon Laflamme. Sharon focuses her work and passion on helping others change and grow through what is referred to as somatic experiences. In studying the power of the somatic, Sharon seeks to liberate people from the habits, traumas, and beliefs that are creating unhappiness, poor health, lack of fulfillment and stag…
 
What if we saw unhappiness not as a problem, but as a puzzle. When you start a puzzle, at first it can be daunting...lots of pieces, lots of sorting, lots of finding. This next story comes from someone who prides herself in helping others start putting those pieces together. Becky Morrison is the author of The Happiness Recipe published in the Spri…
 
Have you ever met someone that could bring a whiteboard to life? You know the type of person who lights up when they grab that marker and start creating, and connecting new ways of living and working the world? All in that limited canvas with an unlimited imagination for improving and doing better. Our story today comes from one of those unique bei…
 
After the year or two we have had, I would say it’s time to create a lifestyle revolution. And so would my next guest, Natalie Labonte. Natalie shares her story and passions to help others discover what happens when they let their body, their spirit and their spaces do the talking. With a blend of the ancient and the dynamic, Natalie’s talents brin…
 
Have you ever had that moment when you are listening to a podcast, and you stop and say to yourself, “It would be incredible to have a conversation with this person.” Well, today’s story and guest is a reminder to take those moments that move you, those words that inspire you and those risks that scare you, and go for it. Because you’ll never know,…
 
On Episode 62 we hear from Donna Sovie, owner of Check and Balance Business Solutions. In sharing her origin story, Donna talks about how she took a lifelong learning approach to change and built the road to her dream retirement with her husband and family. Enjoy the listen.Bill Kirst による
 
On Episode 61 we hear the story of Nick Ferraiolo, a Certified Professional Coach and Energy Leadership Index Master Practitioner. Though Nick's journey he has faced many situations that were life altering. In this discussion he shares some of those stories and explains how he helps clients re-engineer their beliefs in change. Enjoy the listen.…
 
This is part two of the story with Brian Kirst, who shares his journey in change while on an Ancestry Pilgrimage. Make sure to listen to Part 1 before jumping into this episode. You can find out more about Brian and the work he does to help others in Genealogy research and Ancestry Pilgrimage at http://www.ancestrypilgrimage.com…
 
From the first time he felt the pull of ancestral language to the first time logging on to Ancestry.com to his first family constellation, Brian's path had taken him on a multi decade journey in self discovery aided by genealogy research. With 12 years of research completed and some life changing soul work to nudge him, Brian jumped without a net t…
 
Today is March 11, 2021. One year ago today, I took my last business flight home and as I sat alongside my fellow passengers, we must have held our breath collectively across the six hour journey home to Seattle. I remember landing to an eerily quiet city and starting that evening and that next day, our lives would change forever. As we think about…
 
On Episode 57 we hear from Amy Lynn Durham, the creator and author of Create Magic at Work. Amy is a certified coach and helps people discover their Spiritual Intelligence and combine it with Emotional Intelligence to navigate change and making lasting impact in the lives of others.You can find more about Amy at https://createmagicatwork.net/Enjoy …
 
Today's story comes from Robert "Bo" Brabo. Bo is a retired Chief Warrant Officer in the U.S. Army, a leadership-driven speaker and author and podcast host. During his time in the service, Bo was the Chief of HR Operations with the White House Communications Agency and Presidential Communications Officer for President George W. Bush and President B…
 
Today's story comes from Jaylene Wallick. Jaylene is a holistic potential catalyst and change management consultant who passionately helps people reach their truest potential while amplifying the chemical reactions of life. Jaylene is on an incredible journey personally and professionally. She coaches and helps leaders and teams move through the wo…
 
Today’s story features Leyandra Pagan, a Human Capital Strategist and Candidate for Master of Science in Learning & Organizational Change at Northwestern University. Leyandra, like many students around the world, faced a new level of professional change in the summer of 2020. She never anticipated her internship experience in consulting to be fully…
 
On Episode 53, we hear the story of Brett Putter, the CEO of CultureGene.ai and author of two books, Own Your Culture & Culture Decks Decoded. In this discussion, Brett and I talk about the tidal change that has come to how we work and collaborate in a hybrid and remote first world and the importance of values and human centered design when thinkin…
 
Today’s story features Kathleen Breault and Lorie Brew. Both parents and educators, Kathleen and Lorie share their moving stories and valuable insights they personally have gained while navigating and leading change in the education and healthcare systems for families across the State of Pennsylvania. When the world came to a sudden stop in March o…
 
On Episode 51, I met with Jesse Gould, the Founder and President of the Heroic Hearts Project, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that is pioneering psychedelic therapies for military veterans. After being deployed as an Army Ranger in Afghanistan three times, Jesse founded the Heroic Hearts Project in 2017 to spearhead the acceptance and use of ay…
 
Shawna Rasmussen, our first guest on this podcast back in January 2017, returns for Episode 50, to reflect on four plus years of change. She also flips the script on me to ask me a few questions about the podcast, nearly five years into this journey as a creator. Enjoy the discussion.Bill Kirst による
 
On Episode 49, I speak to Kirk Miller, VP of Global Clients at Ariel Group. Kirk shares his experience and wisdom and speaks about an article he posted on LinkedIn after experiencing a furlough. That article is full of great tips and recommendations for anyone impacted by the challenging economy and job market in times such as these. Enjoy the disc…
 
On Episode 48, I interview Errol Doebler. With over 20 combined years as a Navy SEAL and FBI Special Agent Errol believes that if leadership is not done correctly one of three consequences will be realized, all of which are unacceptable: mission failure, injury, or death. Errol also believes that the leadership exhibited during times of chaos and s…
 
The Presidential Election in 2020 may be one of the most headline making and historic campaigns of our time. Join me in this discussion with a former guest, Kevin Walling, as we break down the week leading up to Election Day in the United States, as well as what got us to where we are as a nation. Enjoy the listen!…
 
On Episode 47, my guest is Tom Libelt. It is tough to summarize all the change that Tom has navigated in his life, and in our discussion we talk about the many dimensions of change that have made him who he is today. From his early years when he and his family escaped from Communist Poland to come to the U.S., to his hip hop career in New York City…
 
On Episode 46, I interview Andrew Ceperley, an Executive Coach, Consultant and Trainer who has circumnavigated the world of college and university campuses for over 30 years. In this discussion we talk about the myriad of changes that impact higher education as we have always known it, and the gifts we can gain from a world of volatility, uncertain…
 
On Episode 45, I speak with CAPT Gary Tabach. With nearly 30 years of service to his country, CAPT Tabach’s adventures took him all over the world, and back to Moscow from 1992-1994 where he served in the U.S. Embassy as a Member of the Prisoner of War Missing in Action Commission. Even in retirement CAPT Tabach continues his lifelong call to serve…
 
On Episode 44, I interview Adela Schoolderman, a Talent Acquisition expert, a Triathlete, a true connector and an all around amazing human being. Together we talk about traversing the talent market during a pandemic and how candidate experience and the gig economy are shaping the way talent is found, acquired, retained and grown in these changing t…
 
On Episode 43, I speak with Julie Schaller, a career coach who is helping people navigate these times of uncertainty. In our discussion, we talk about how uncertainty is a choice and how you can take back your power with intention and attitude. Enjoy the discussion.Bill Kirst による
 
On Episode 42 I meet with Rockwell Felder, CFO and Co-Founder of Squadcast. SquadCast is about making it easier for you and your podcast guests to spend time having meaningful conversations without compromising quality in a remote conversation. And their mission is simple and elegant: "To amplify collaboration." In this interview, Rock and I discus…
 
On Episode 41, I speak with Kristen Kirst, Director of Strategic Communications and Engagement for Seattle University. In our discussion we talk about the importance of discernment and the ways of leading and balancing change for colleges and universities in the future and in the new next of a pandemic and a resounding call for social justice. Note…
 
On this episode, in honor of PRIDE Month June 2020, I speak with Steve Munnelly, a consultant, change maker and activist. Together we talk about the changes brought about by celebrating Pride during a pandemic and the recent news from the Supreme Court of the United States. We also talk about the power of music and media in shaping our journeys of …
 
On this episode, I interview Gary Buckland, CEO and Board Director of Lexitas. Lexitas provides strategic litigation support through partnerships that furnish clients with best-of-breed services to inspire confidence, convenience and value in technology-driving solutions. Together we talk about digital transformation in the legal industry and how m…
 
On this episode I have a conversation with Shane Metcalf, Chief Culture Officer and Co-Founder of 15Five. Shane is a popular keynote speaker and a fellow creator, hosting the Best-Self Management Podcast. This was a conversation I didn't know I needed as much as I did, and came away feeling rejuvenated and reinvigorated by our ability to trust the …
 
On this episode I interview Sophia Way, a fellow graduate of The Johns Hopkins University. Sophia graduated with a degree in Public Health in 2019 and shares her perspective on the importance of mind body health and mental well being during these trying times.Bill Kirst による
 
On this episode I interview James "Jay" Guilford, a man who actually ran away with the circus. Jay shares his lessons, insights and stories from his days of leading training and leadership development with Cirque du Soleil.Jay strives to improve the way managers lead and team members interact. By doing so, he hopes to build a world where work is no…
 
On Episode 36, I interview Dr. Michael Page who has over 30 years of experience in a variety of professional, academic, clinical, & surgical settings. His unique fusion of experience provides the background & setting for discussion & training, deeply rooted in the fundamental & critical aspects of leadership, workplace, & professional relationships…
 
On Episode 34 I speak with Daniel Blue, Founder and President of Quest Education. Quest teaches financial education to Americans to help them understand how to save for the future, protect their assets, save money on taxes, get the funding they need, and eliminate debt. Daniel and his team aim to empower people with resources and education to maxim…
 
On Episode 33, I meet with a panel of parents who are navigating change as parents and educators during the global pandemic. They share their heartfelt, emotional and insightful stories, insights and perspective as educators, spouses, parents and citizens. Special Thanks to Kevin, Jenna, Lauren and Janice!…
 
On Episode 32, we talk with change experts and wonder mama, Kacie Linegar. Kacie is a full time working professional providing project management advisory and consulting services to Fortune 500 companies. She is a wife, business owner, and mother to three gorgeous daughters (ages 8 and 6 (identical twins)). She is an avid equestrian, and loves runn…
 
On Episode 31 I meet with Chris Marshall, Founder and CEO of CMAC, a virtual GPS for Alumni Relations. We talk about leading change in higher education advancement and alumni engagement in a digital first world amidst the COVID-19 crisis.Learn more and connect with Chris at: https://www.cmac.me/Bill Kirst による
 
On Episode 30, I interview Meg Samaniego, Susan Abelein, and Leslie De Leonardis, three lifelong educators who share their perspectives as leaders in Catholic Education navigating the COVID-19 crisis and its impacts on families, students, teachers, principals, and parishes. Meg Samaniego is the Director of Onward Leaders: https://www.onwardleaders.…
 
On this episode, I connect with Ben Dueck, the founder of Cantera Leadership. Ben is focused on helping others increase their leadership capacity in times of change. Ben is passionate about developing leaders and helping them maximize their effectiveness amidst times of uncertainty. Ben is a certified Gallup CliftonStrengths Coach and has facilitat…
 
My guests for this episode are Mark and Anne Lackey, husband and wife, business owners, renown Atlanta-based realtors, and the founders of HireSmartVAs.com.Mark and Anne have coached and trained hundreds of US and Canadian realtors to be successful in a dynamic real estate industry. They have written multiple books and developed numerous educationa…
 
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