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#13 MOVE PEOPLE By Example

Raised on the mean streets of Chicago's South Side, Ray Heilmann pursued a career in education, starting as an English teacher, shaping lives as a freshman football coach, then serving as principal of a Catholic high school for 30+ years. Now known as the Director of Campus Ministry at Quincy University, Ray has a great perspective on what really matters in life.

Direct download: OC-PC-MP-RayHeilmann_Edited_2.mp3
Category:Leadership -- posted at: 2:41pm CDT

#12 MOVE PEOPLE to Engagement

As the media business evolves, dinosaurs die and innovators thrive. Evan Smith is one of the latter, having helped found the Texas Tribune, a groundbreaking non-profit media organization focused on Texas politics and their collective ripple effect. In this episode of the Move People podcast, Evan talks about his passion for dialogue, debate and truth in the realm of politics and government. 

Direct download: OC-PC-EvanSmith_Edited.mp3
Category:Leadership -- posted at: 10:57am CDT

#11 MOVE PEOPLE with Stories

Since Gary Goldhammer's life was changed by a brush with death in his 20s, he has devoted his life to mastering the power of authentic personal story, guiding leaders to genuine engagement. If you're interested in the idea of a life with deep meaning, listen in on this conversation with a thought leader at Hill & Knowlton to get his take on what really matters and, more importantly, what REALLY moves people.

Direct download: OC-PC-MP-GaryGoldhammer_Edited.mp3
Category:Leadership -- posted at: 2:48pm CDT

#10 MOVE PEOPLE Across Cultures

Larry Smith is a uniquely gifted leader, able to bridge cultures, generations and disciplines as president of Tokyo Electron America. In this conversation, we hear about Larry's upbringing as the son of a WWII Marine, his own career as a graduate of West Point and his open-minded leadership philosophies. He proves that a big brain and a big heart can coexist in the same person. 

Direct download: OC-PC-MP-Larry_Smith_Edited_2.mp3
Category:Leadership -- posted at: 12:00pm CDT

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