Meg Goldthwaite, CMO of NPR, shares the secrets of great storytelling, especially when telling stories of other storytellers while leveraging leaps in technology! Like the storyteller squared that she is, she is also a mom squared, ensuring her three children thrive in their lives at home and get to experience disparate corners of the world as she serves mankind! Tune to hear more on what Meg (and “Yoda”) have to say about balance and being brave!
Mary Beth Laughton, EVP of Omni Retail at Sephora, has one of hottest new roles in the industry geared to reimagine the customer experience across the physical and digital worlds. Find out how she came into this newly created role, what she is trailblazing and how she continuously evaluates “Just Do It” with “Just Enough” to keep balance across work, family and health.
Pam Kaufman is truly a rock star with the coolest job! Not only are all the businesses she leads very exciting, but as President of Viacom Nickelodeon Global Consumer Products, she notes her greatest responsibility is being the “Chief Motivational Officer” for her teams.
Loved recording this episode with Dara Treseder, CMO of GE Ventures, super hero mom and dedicated mentor. As I sat across the table from her, I tried hard to not laugh the whole way through (failure), with her infectious smile, her quick wit and her engaging stories. But don’t let this polished charmer fool you, she’s also fierce.
Lynne Biggar, Chief Marketing and Communications Officer at Visa, shares her success tips and unique path that shaped her career to now leading one of the world’s biggest and most iconic brands. A self-described “business major with a minor in marketing” and a passion for travel, Lynne’s focus on performance-driven marketing, staying ahead of trends and empowering her team is what enables her to have an impact on a global scale.
Barbara Martin Coppola, the new Chief Digital Officer of IKEA, shares why she decided to take on her new role after serving as CMO for Grubhub, differences between the CMO, CDO and CXO role, how to manage fast-paced technology, how to leverage data science, how to foster a culture of innovation, time management, mentors, invisible dynamics, body language, how to teach marketing strategy, how to market a fork in China and how to find a good partner in life!
Kristin Patrick shares her diverse and exciting career path that included stops in law school, entertainment, fashion, beauty and even as former CMO of Playboy to become the first ever CMO for Brand Development at PepsiCo.
Mary Beech, CMO of Kate Spade New York, shares how she's overcome trials and tribulations throughout her career while juggling the tough balance of work-life commitments; how to turn negative feedback into positive momentum, how to prioritize time spent at work and at home, how to strategize for your week, how to plan your career and more…
Denise Karkos, CMO of TD Ameritrade shares her lessons learned on how to develop leadership skills, deal with a tough audience, leverage your network, manage a team of dynamic personalities, earn credibility, embrace vulnerability, tackle insecurity, give & take constructive criticism, embrace failure, be mindful of your body language, and more.
Linda Boff, CMO of GE, shares how her early experiences have shaped her approach to storytelling, how to bring together internal and external perspective into a powerful ecosystem of innovation, how to channel ideas into action, how to invest in your team with quality time and resources, how to unite employees across the globe with a brand that is human and accessible, how to turn the impossible into unimpossible.