Debra and her producer, Doug Foresta, discuss the challenges and potential upside of aging, and the connection to human potential. Will a growing population of older people be able to create positive social change? Debra also shares tips for positive aging.
Vlad Stevens, HR Director at Charles River Community Health, discusses the importance of including a diverse population in the workforce, and the work that he has done as an HR professional with international brands, including Staples and Walgreens. Vlad discusses what needs to happen to achieve real diversity both in the US and abroad.
John Kemp, President and CEO of The Viscardi Center, discusses how he has was able to flourish despite being born with a disability and losing his mother at a young age. John shares how his father was able to help him become more resilient, and discusses what needs to change when it comes to improving employment outcomes for persons with disabilities. John also discusses the success rate that the Viscardi Center has when it comes to educating, employing and empowering persons with disabilities.
Social marketing strategist Ted Rubin joins Debra for a discussion about the difference between "ROI" (Return on Investment) and "RonR" (Return on Relationship), as well as how social media can be used to have authentic conversations.
Bestselling author and speaker Lolly Daskal joins the program to discuss her new book "The Leadership Gap: What Gets Between You And Your Greatness." Lolly talks about the importance of discovering who we are, and the 7 archetypes that leaders need to embrace in order to be truly great.