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I share what I have done to be a better leader, and also share that leadership is a two way street, meaning you have to guide yourself first, and then help others after.
My dad talks about what it was like growing up working for his dad and the different challenges and life lessons that came from doing so.
Nick talks about why benign a swim coach is is a good experience to better leadership skills.
Steve Gitelis reflects on the 20th Century Orthopaedic association and Blair and Dody Filler
I had a conversation with Mr. Lennon about his inspiration to serve, specific experiences on carriers overseas, and lessons of leadership he learned as well as implemented as a Captain. Mr. Lennon discussed his initial reactions and officers he looked...
We talked about a lot, from becoming a stay at home mom, to marriage, to trusting your gut, and so much more.
Alex Semper Upton was a camp counselor for several years through many programs and leaderships. In this interview, she talks about becoming a certified lifeguard, putting on fun shows, and working with kids with Cystic Fibrosis. She talks about how...
We talked about her experience as a first generation Asian immigrant and also her experience with parenting and how she had leadership doing those things
Mason Dunn (35) interviews his friend and mentor, Grace Sterling Stowell (63), about the way that language helps in developing personal identity and the shifts that language has taken in the last 4 decades in the wider LGBTQ+ movement.
One Small Step partners John Jones (55) and Rebecca Snell (55) discuss patriotism, the affects of the Covid-19 pandemic, and advice they'd give their younger selves.
Former coworkers William "Bill" Menke (80) and Thomas "Tom" Gilbert (71) remember their time working together at the beginning of the North Country Trail (NCT) and the challenges and wins they both experienced on the job.
This interview discusses the leadership style and personal experiences of a father based on the Five Leadership Pillars.
Dr. Pat Schwallie-Giddis (81) speaks with her son Randal Schwallie (60) about her life and career path
Dalton speaks about his life, lessons learned, and lessons to pass down.
Claire chats with Scott Christy about her 2015 NOLS Semester in Baja.
Friends and colleagues Lisa Nutter (58) and Denise Barreto (51) talk about the history of their relationship and their shared work on Community Impact Investment.
How my mom takes leadership in her family, and what she thinks about justice
Erik Bitterbaum begins by recalling his life traveling the world. He describes his upbringing, education, and professional career, all the way up through becoming the university president at SUNY Cortland. He talks about how he remembers people so well, and...
One Small Step conversation partners Angelina "Angie" Barfield (50) and Susan Xiong (39) talk about their family backgrounds and upbringing, the importance of education and community, and their frustrations with the current state of politics.
Megan Cherry discusses about her leadership experience and some challenges that she faced.
Heather, Clinical Nutrition Manager with Providence Infusion and Pharmacy in Eastern WA and Oregon Talks about her not straight path into the role she has at present moment. Alternative nutrition support and how important it is for those who cannot...