November 16, 2012
Hosted by Rasheryl McCreary

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Are you having difficulty understanding why your “younger” manager “doesn’t get it?” Do you experience frustration when your ideas are dismissed because you are considered “old school?” At a loss as to what your “younger” employees consider acceptable workplace behavior? Do you find yourself “rolling your eyes” or “scratching your head” when trying to communicate across generations in your organization? Join host, Rasheryl McCreary and her guest, Scott Span, CEO of Tolero Solutions and Generational Diversity expert as they explore the unique challenge of working across generational boudaries. Scott will explore some of the radically different life experiences that have shaped the values and attitudes of Gen Y and will discuss the top ten strategies any leader can use to engage Gen Y employees. Listen to The Leader and The Muse on Friday at 12noon PACIFIC to learn how to build your brand by bridging the generation gap.

The Leader and The Muse: Inspired Personal Branding

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Rasheryl will take you step-by-step through the process of discovering, building and leveraging your authentic personal brand. You will learn powerful, easy to use techniques that ignite your brand in ways that bring you increased visibility and credibility. You will gain practical tools and tips that help you leverage your brand in ways that expand your ability to influence, inspire and motivate others to action. Join Rasheryl as she interviews global thought leaders on how they cultivate and leverage their personal brands in order to drive extraordinary business and personal success.

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Rasheryl McCreary

Rasheryl McCreary is a Leadership Coach and the President of TAO Leadership Development, Inc. a coaching firm specializing in Personal Branding and Leadership Presence for executives and entrepreneurs. As a Personal Brand Strategist and Leadership Presence expert, Rasheryl has coached over 1,000 executives from Fortune 500 companies, government agencies and non-profit organizations.

Known for her authenticity, engaging presence and masterful coaching, Rasheryl helps executives and entrepreneurs tap their unique values and strengths in order to increase their visibility, build stronger relationships and drive extraordinary business results. Rasheryl has coached leaders in the following organizations: American Express, Coca-Cola, General Electric, HBO, Booz Allen Hamilton, The Central Intelligence Agency and Harvard Business School, to name a few.

As a business expert, Rasheryl has been interviewed by National Public Radio, the Cleveland Plain Dealer and Cleveland Magazine. In addition, she is the recipient of the prestigious Marshall Memorial Fellowship in 2005 and the Northern Ohio Live Award of Achievement in 2001.

Rasheryl earned a Leadership Coaching Certification at Georgetown University, a Bachelor of Arts degree from Case Western Reserve University and is a graduate of the Artist as Entrepreneur Institute.

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Susan Chritton

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Jen Francis Dwyer

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Scott Eblin

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Karen Leland

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Don Low

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Rasheryl McCreary

Rasheryl McCreary, President of TAO Leadership Development, Inc. a coaching firm specializing in Personal Branding and Leadership Presence for executives and entrepreneurs. As a Personal Brand Strategist and Leadership Presence expert, Rasheryl has coached over 1,000 executives from Fortune 500 companies, government agencies and non-profit organizations. Known for her authenticity, engaging presence and masterful coaching, Rasheryl helps executives and entrepreneurs tap their unique values and strengths in order to increase their visibility, build stronger relationships and drive extraordinary business results. Rasheryl has coached leaders in the following organizations: Proctor and Gamble, American Express, Coca-Cola, General Electric, HBO, Booz Allen Hamilton, The Gap, Cisco Systems, USAA, The Central Intelligence Agency and Harvard Business School, to name a few. Learn more about Rasheryl and TAO’s programs at: View Guest page

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Thyra McKelvie

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Les McKeown

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Jennifer McMurtry

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Sarah Robinson

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Joseph Rosenfeld

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Jasmine Sandler

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Pamela Slim

Pamela Slim is an award-winning author, speaker and leader in the new world of work. She spent the first 10 years of her solo practice as a consultant to large corporations such as Hewlett-Packard, Charles Schwab and Cisco Systems, where she worked with thousands of employees, managers and executives. In 2005, she started the Escape from Cubicle Nation blog, which is now one of the top career and business sites on the web. She has coached thousands of budding entrepreneurs, in businesses ranging from martial art studios to software start ups. Slim is frequently quoted as a business expert in press such as The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, BusinessWeek, Forbes, Entrepreneur, Information Week, Money Magazine and Psychology Today. She is a proud suburban mom in Mesa, AZ who enjoys the look on people’s faces when she tells them she is also a brown belt in Mixed Martial Arts (it comes in handy when fighting for the last good bunch of kale at the grocery store). Learn more about Pam at View Guest page

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Scott Span

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Peter Sterlacci

Japan’s Personal Branding Pioneer, Peter Sterlacci speaks about using personal branding to enhance success. As a long-term resident of Japan—where “fitting in” is the cultural norm—Peter intimately understands the challenges facing Japanese to “stand-out” and is dedicated to empowering on-the-move careerists in global companies in Japan to “break away” from the pack and ride to success. Certified in Personal Branding by the global leader, Reach, Peter has adapted this proven methodology for Japanese audiences. He also capitalizes on his 21-year career in training and development and his passion for cycling in his powerful messaging. Peter’s clients include: Procter & Gamble Japan, Eli Lilly Japan, American Chamber of Commerce Japan, en World, Hilton Hotel, Foreign Executive Women Kansai, Kyoto University, Kansai Gaidai University, Konan University School of Management. Learn more about Peter at: (English site) -or- (Japanese site). View Guest page

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Chatham Sullivan

Chatham Sullivan is an organizational psychologist and a partner at Pivot, a strategic leadership boutique that helps Fortune 500 executives lead through environments of disruption, uncertainty, and complexity. His consulting focuses on the intersection between strategy, leadership, and organizational dynamics - particularly in complex settings where politics, culture, and collaboration tend to shape a company’s biggest business decisions. He is the author of The Clarity Principle: How Great Leaders Make the Most Important Decision in Business (And What Happens When They Don't). He has taught at the Wharton School of Business and the School of Social Policy at the University of Pennsylvania. Chatham lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts with his wife Elizabeth and their two children, Sophia and Abraham. He is an avid fly fisherman, having once been a professional guide on Wyoming’s Platte River. Learn more about Chatham at View Guest page

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Debbie Weil

Debbie Weil, founder of Voxie Media, is an international speaker, author, veteran blogger, marketing strategist and Web pioneer. She was named one of the Most Influential Women in Technology by Fast Company and a DC Top 100 Tech Titan by Washingtonian. For the past 10 years her company,, Inc., has worked with clients such as, GlaxoSmithKline, the American Camp Association and the Maryland Association of CPAs. Her focus has been content and social media marketing and, specifically, how to launch a successful corporate blog. As the author of The Corporate Blogging Book, she has been quoted in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, the Washington Post, Fortune, BusinessWeek, and The Guardian. She recently founded Voxie Media to focus on e-books and entrepreneurial publishing for business authors. Debbie is a Harvard grad, holds an MBA from Georgetown University and a M.A. in Journalism from the University of Wisconsin. Visit Debbie at View Guest page

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Ronda Woble

Ronda Woble is Director of Corporate Marketing & Public Relations for Senior Home Care, a $150 million health care company operating in U.S. southeast. She is an accomplished leader with 20+ years of progressive responsibility in developing thriving PR, marketing and communications programs working for public and private equity firms. At Senior Home Care, Ronda is responsible for the company’s overall brand positioning, public/media relations and internal/external communications. She has extensive background in strategic and integrated marketing programs including print, web, video, social media & event marketing. Ronda has received numerous international industry awards from IABC, Hermes, Marcom and PRSA. Ronda has also worked for Fortune 250 organizations including Cigna Corporation, Capital One Financial and AonHewitt. She earned her MBA, cum laude, from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and also holds a Bachelors of Science in Marketing and an Associates of Science in Merchandising. View Guest page

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