On this episode of What’s Your Story, Sally is joined by Mac Smith, who leads Cross Portfolio Research for Search & Assistant at Google. And he’s going to share his experience with why communication conflicts happen, and how they can be improved.
On this episode of What’s Your Story, Sally’s guest is CeCe Morken, President and CEO of Headspace, and she’s here to share her experience with how she found herself in this role and the benefits of finding your purpose.
As a leader, your brand, style, message of the company, and the company itself are intertwined. SW&A has coached several leaders and considered themselves the “wingman” for people in leadership positions. On this episode of What’s Your Story?, Sally talks with instructors Francie Schulwolf and Lia Panayotidis about their experience as The Wingman.
On this episode of What’s Your Story, Sally connects with Kim Keever of Cox Communications to talk about the increased demand for security insights and how she brings clarity to a pretty complex topic.
On today’s episode, we meet with a group of professionals who know how to manage crisis communications. You’ll hear insights and best practices on what employees and customers need and want during trying times.
On today’s episode, Bharath Kadaba of Intuit shares with us about his role building and leading the Technology Futures group within Intuit, and how that group communicates about their work in a way that builds interest and buy-in.
On today’s episode, we’re speaking with Pete Wheelan of InsideTrack about how he uses storytelling alongside professional coaching, technology, and data analytics to increase the enrollment, completion, and career readiness of students.
On today’s episode, we’re speaking with Patricia Martin about the importance of effective storytelling and communication among technologists.
On today’s episode, we’re speaking with Allison Ausband and Evia Golde about how they are taking on one of Atlanta’s darkest topics and are bringing it to life so the statistics become more than numbers.