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Leading The Way

This is the podcast that introduces you to the business and cultural leaders who are having an impact and making a difference. We are a collaborative group of thought-leaders, a distinct group of individuals, fearless in our conviction to influence, transform and empower our existence for the betterment of all.


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Joe DePitino - CEO 7-11

The 7-Eleven brand is known around the world, and their iconic products, such as the Slurpee, are a big part of the American culture. Joe DePinto, CEO and the second CEO to ever appear on CBS’ Undercover Boss, gives us a peek behind the tremendous success of this 90-year old leader of convenience. Joe shares with us how innovation, customer focus, and community involvement have contributed to building a company brand that is synonymous with opportunity. Although many may be familiar with the principles of servant leadership, the team at 7-Eleven models every day, adheres to and has created a culture around it.

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Rick Shadyac - CEO, ALSAC/St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital

St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital is leading the way the world understands, treats, and defeats childhood cancer as well as other life-threatening pediatric diseases. Rick Shadyac, CEO, ALSAC, the fundraising arm of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, shares with us how he is carrying the incredible legacy of the most innovative children’s research hospital, founded by Danny Thomas back in 1962, well into the future. In this week’s episode of Leading the Way Today, Rick shares with us his perspective of transparency, their strategy to raise over $1 billion this year and why St. Jude is such a great place to work. We discuss the caring and compassionate culture, how it began and what makes it stronger today than ever before. Rick shares with us their collaboration with major technology companies to expand their brand awareness and donor experience.

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Gina Gallo

Whether you’re a wine lover or not, you’ll enjoy all that Gina Gallo, third generation winemaker, shares about her 85-year-old family business and how the success of the company is a direct result of each generation taking care of the next. In this podcast, Gina reveals the history of how her grandfather, Julio, started the winery and the advice he gave her that she still applies in her life and the business today. You’ll hear how the company is focusing on sustainability, going so far as to work with IBM and NASA to save water on the vine. Mentorship, diversity, customer focus, succession planning, philanthropy and the importance of protecting their brand are some of the perspectives Gina openly discusses.     So, grab a glass of your favorite vino and enjoy this winemaking history lesson as Gina gives us a look at life on the vineyard and how the Gallo Family is truly leading the way. Cheers! 

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Tom Falk

Chairman and CEO of Kimberly-Clark Tom Falk talks about his leadership philosophies and the philanthropic responsibilities he and his company has.

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Anthony Kennedy Shriver

Angel and Scott talk with the Founder and Chairman of Best Buddies International Anthony Kennedy Shriver about his organization's quest to end the social, physical and economic isolation of the 200 million people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD).

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