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An Interview with Dr. Paul Ward, Director at the Global Center for Conscious Leadership

An Interview with Dr. Paul Ward, Director at the Global Center for Conscious Leadership

Paul Ward shares his journey that has inspired his work in the leadership space. An impact that is traced back to childhood where he, at a young age, became very aware of life and death. This awareness partnered with conscious decisions, including separating from a strict religious sect, influenced his later life. His present work as a conscious leader and life coach, is reflected in the practical nature and academic approach that can be followed in the framework of his book.Tune in as Paul reveals the importance of confidence and the practices in his book “The Inner Journey To Conscious Leadership”.

In This Episode:

  • [01:20] Meet Paul Ward. Paul speaks about the inspiration behind his work with conscious leadership. 
  • [11:00] An individual needs to trust that in the end, everything will work out. Paul speaks about confidence. 
  • [12:35] Paul dives into his book, The Inner Journey To Conscious Leadership. 
  • [15:25] The pace of work is preventing leaders from becoming conscious. We need to STOP, take a breath, observe what is going on, and perceive, to show up in a calm and present way. 
  • [20:55] Paul reveals the practices to set an intention.  
  • [25:10] How conscious leadership is shifting during the pandemic. Plus, Paul talks about the evolution of human consciousness in the workplace.  
  • [33:35] The importance of finding a mentor. 
  • [39:55] It’s essential to share vulnerability with others in our lives. When we share, others will be more willing to share. 

Key Takeaways:

  • Awareness means we are noticing what is going on inside ourselves and in the world at large. 
  • Setting an intention means we are doing and being. Think about who you want to be, and work towards that.
  • Your organization will thrive when leaders reach higher consciousness levels by championing conscious leadership and enabling conversations that matter.
  • Confidence means we trust in ourselves. It’s essential to trust yourself first before you can trust others. 
  • Listening with all the senses, learning relentlessly, and living mindfully are the practices of noticing what’s going on. 

Resources:

Website: https://drpaulward.com
The Conscious Leadership Book: http://theconsciousleadershipbook.com
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/drpaulgward/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/drpaulward
Podcast: https://drpaulward.com/episodes/

Meet Paul Ward

Paul Ward is a leadership and life coach, strategy execution consultant, adjunct professor, small business owner, and hot air balloon pilot.

He has masters and doctoral degrees in organization and management and has spent more than thirty years consulting to large and small organizations in Europe and the Americas. He divides his time between Portsmouth, England and West Palm Beach, Florida.

An Interview with Sarah Brightwood, President of Rancho La Puerta

An Interview with Sarah Brightwood, President of Rancho La Puerta

Sarah L. Brightwood is the president of Rancho La Puerta, a world-renowned wellness resort and spa. She reflects on her upbringing and the privilege of being raised by a village in a nurturing and joyful pace of life. Sarah has the role of a dedicated healer with a profound connection to the land of the ranch, stewarding both the people and the flora/fauna with a spiritual touch. Her desire to ensure fairness and equity ripples outward from the Ranch and touches everyone-the Staff, guests, and community. She believes that taking care of the Staff , empowering them, and allowing them to grow within the Ranch will allow them to embody the Ranch’s culture, making the guests feel connected to the Ranch and nature. 

In This Episode:

  • [01:43] Meet Sarah as she opens up about how her childhood and growing up in a mixed cultural heritage contributed to her being a conscious leader.
  • [10:38] Choosing the leadership that continues the culture, language, and DNA of the Ranch..
  • [17:57] It is important that leaders, especially during these vulnerable times, support, help, and lift each other up.
  • [23:08] The values of self that we learned going through COVID.
  • [27:45] The actions Sarah took with her Staff when COVID forced the Ranch to close.
  • [33:07] Having a holistic approach to running Rancho La Puerta

Key Takeaways:

  • There is no one right way to do things.
  • To start living in a culture of conscious awareness, you need to stop and look at the unhealthy patterns that are repeating themselves.
  • We need to strengthen our microbiomes and our digestive fire. We can only do that if we have some downtime, a place where we can hum to our Vagus nerve, and do all of those practices that bring us back to the center.
  • Having the ability to return to the center when you get thrown off, to respond, to change, adapt, and to listen to non-human instructions is much greater than any individual.
  • COVID has taught us that the illusion that we live in these separate boxes, in separate houses or separate bodies or separate countries, no longer holds.

Resources:
Website: https://rancholapuerta.com/
Rancho La Puerta LinkedIn:
https://www.linkedin.com/company/rancho-la-puerta/

Meet Sarah Brightwood

Sarah L. Brightwood is the president of Rancho La Puerta, a world-renowned wellness resort and spa located in Baja, California, Mexico. She is the daughter of the founders of the Ranch, Deborah Szekely and Edmond Szekely. Sarah spoke Spanish before English and was lovingly cared for by the Mexican families working at the Ranch. She continues the family legacy of tending to the same land for almost 90 years and continues to oversee major upgrades at the Ranch that have kept up with changing times. During the COVID lockdown, they worked on a huge project called The Residence, which is an eco-village that’s designed to support health and wellbeing.

An Interview with Dr Mehrad Nazari, Founder of Enlightened Negotiation

An Interview with Dr Mehrad Nazari, Founder of Enlightened Negotiation 

Dr. Mehrad Nazari is a consultant, teacher, facilitator, and speaker. Through teaching, Nazari had an eye-opening experience that led to a strong interest in the concept of negotiation. His interest, partnered with his exposure to such a diverse student body, led him to write on the subject.

The lack of awareness of what negotiation is has influenced how he looks at the subject. Interestingly, through his own life experiences, Dr. Nazari has drawn parallels with simple concepts and yoga practices, and the art of negotiation. Dr. Nazari has helped thousands of people worldwide elevate their personal and professional interactions by enhancing their negotiation skills.

In This Episode:

  • [00:00:46] Meet Dr Mehrad Nazari, born in Tiran, Iran, was enlisted in a compulsory military service for two years before going to London where he got his MBA. With the support of his family, he then went to the US to get a PhD.
  • [00:05:39] Many languages do not have the word “negotiation”. What is often used is “haggling”. It is important to understand the difference between these two terms.
  • [00:12:08] Dr Mehrad explains how every single type of communication has a different mindset and different skill set.
  • [00:17:30] Research has shown that givers are more intelligent than takers.
  • [00:20:20] People need to change their mindset from “haggling” to “negotiating.”

Key Takeaways:

  • Negotiation is whenever there is the expectation of exchange.
  • Set your attention on your intention. Realize that there is always an opportunity for growth in every interaction.
  • Excellent negotiators care about the success of the other party as much as they care about their own.
  • A leader that is equal centric and aware that we are all connected, can energize and inspire people towards righteous action.
  • We need to “AKT” – Awareness, Knowledge, Transformation.

Resources:

https://www.enlightenednegotiation.com/dr-nazari/
https://www.facebook.com/enlightenednegotiation
https://twitter.com/DrNazari
Instagram: @enlightenednegotiation
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/drmehradnazari/

Meet Meet Dr Mehrad Nazari

Rarely does one find such a unique background and expertise as Mehrad Nazari. His unprecedented body of work is the culmination of his quest over three decades. He stands with one foot in the world of business, one foot in the world of academia and research, with his sight on human potential. Using 5000 years of ancient wisdom and the latest scientific findings in social sciences and human behavior, Dr. Nazari’s methods interweave the best of all worlds, helping organizations of all sizes achieve extraordinary and permanent success. His captivating presentations disrupt the conventional linear style, resulting in unparalleled organizational performance.

Nazari’s heartfelt stories inspire audiences to discover their own journey toward a purposeful life. Along with theoretical approaches, he focuses on practical tools that conscious leaders and entrepreneurs can apply immediately to their daily lives. His diverse and unique background — three decades as an award-winning business leader, two decades as an acclaimed professor of business negotiation, and a recognized luminary in the field of human potential through mindfulness, yoga, and meditation — makes him most qualified to present an integrated approach to human interactions.

Mehrad has a PhD in Leadership and Human Behavior and an MBA. Although his academic achievements are many, Dr. Nazari’s years of studies with some of the greatest Indian and Japanese masters of Eastern philosophical principles of our time set him apart from traditional business speakers. His journey through his own personal experiences, wisdom traditions, and scientific studies led him to author the multiple award-winning book: Enlightened Negotiation: 8 Universal Laws to Connect, Create, and Prosper. He uses Enlightened Negotiation® as an approach to transcend conventional organizational interactions by honoring the universal laws governing our behaviors.

As an author and teacher on the topic of Enlightened Negotiation®, Dr. Nazari’s passion is to teach others to align real-world negotiations with their life-force driven needs and higher values. He has helped thousands of people around the world elevate their personal and professional interactions by enhancing their negotiation skills. As a consultant, teacher, facilitator, speaker, and author, he has worked with executives from Sony, Intel, eBay, Brookfield Asset Management, Wells Fargo, IDEA Fitness, Johnson & Johnson, Kashi, YPO Gold, FlorExpo, and Coldwell Banker. In addition, he has lectured at UC Berkley, UC San Diego, United States International University, National Conflict Resolution Center, San Diego County Bar Association, Port of San Diego, and Esalen Institute.

An Interview with Karen Wilhelm Buckley, founder of Communicore Consulting LLC

An Interview with Karen Wilhelm Buckley, founder of Communicore Consulting LLC 

Karen Wilhelm Buckley, the founder of Communicore Consulting LLC, has been working behind the scenes with leaders and their organizations for decades. Karen is a published author, an experienced speaker on different leadership aspects, and talks about her early influence from a mindful business. Having worked with multi-nationals, government systems, privately held companies, and non-profit organizations, she explores other dimensions to these roles that often don’t get talked about, highlighting the work that is essential to leaders. Listen in as we talk about how leaders and organizations are starting to place value and attention on wisdom as opposed to knowledge.

In This Episode:

  • [00:02:20] Karen shares about her journey and what she has experienced over the decades of facilitating leadership development.
  • [00:10:13] Karen explains how building on a foundation of sufficiency helps the organization.
  • [00:17:00] She discusses how people are missing the real mission for business and organizations.
  • [00:20:30] Karen observes that leaders and organizations are starting to place value and attention on wisdom as opposed to knowledge. 
  • [00:40:10] Karen shares how people can lead with love.

Key Takeaways:

  • Conscious leadership is the capacity to know what matters most to you.
  • A conscious leader has the capacity to embrace disturbance, to stay open to new ideas, and to step into a broader perspective.
  • Trust what matters most to you. Whether that’s in your neighborhood, community, company, or the world, and turn it into a commitment.
  • Write down the things in your life that align with your commitment and those that don’t.
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Resources:

Website: https://communicoreconsulting.com/
Karen’s LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/karenbuckley

Meet Karen Wilhelm Buckley

Karen Wilhelm Buckley, Communicore Consulting LLC, is an Executive Coach and Consultant to leaders and organizations, bringing expertise and experience to professional and organizational development. Her clients develop wise leadership – the skills, strategies and presence to cultivate committed performance and effectively drive change.
For over two decades Karen has partnered with executives, teams and business leaders in a wide range of organizations in leadership development, sustainable organization growth, leadership transitions, multi-stakeholder strategic planning, and collaborative change initiatives. Past clients include DuPont, Clorox, Santa Clara County, EPA, McEvoy Ranch, Summit Engineering, and Cradle to Cradle Products Innovation Institute.

An Interview with Peter Matthies, founder of Conscious Business Institute (CBI)

An Interview with Peter Matthies, founder of Conscious Business Institute (CBI) 

Before founding the Conscious Business Institute (CBI) in 2005, Peter Matthies worked as a Principal in one of the world’s leading Private Equity and Venture Capital firms, Apax Partners & Co. He learned from his own experience how people are searching for purpose and satisfaction in their jobs. He saw the need for more vibrant companies that will make a sustainable difference.

The Conscious Business Institute aims to help people break out of old traditions and impart relevant business concepts that will lead to a fulfilled and happy workforce and a successful organization. Tune in as we talk about how Peter started his journey and the Conscious Leadership program.

In This Episode:

  • [00:02:06] Peter witnesses the dysfunctions within the organizations and sees the need to reset the way businesses operate. 
  • [00:07:02] What the four quadrants and the Conscious Leadership paradigm is all about.
  • [00:12:08] How the structured approach on health leadership and team leadership is critical in changing the consciousness of the entire organization
  • [00:26:29] How people are missing  out on the opportunity that COVID brings because of holding on to the old ways.
  • [00:39:21] What’s in store for Conscious Business Institute.

Key Takeaways:

  • Knowing your purpose in life and fulfilling it gives true satisfaction.
  • It’s not about business, it’s about people. Meeting the emotional needs of your people creates a better and healthier culture inside the organization.
  • Give the people a strong sense of ownership. It inspires them to work harder and leads to better performance.
  • Be authentic. Understand who you really are, what you want to do and how it can make a difference.

Resources:

Website: https://consciousbusinessinstitute.com/
Peter’s LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/peter-matthies-7986/

Meet Peter Matthies

Peter Matthies is a former Venture Capitalist and founder of the Conscious Business Institute (CBI). Before founding the CBI, Peter was a Principal for a globally leading Private Equity and Venture Capital firm, Apax Partners & Co, and for b-business partners, a $ 1 billion pan-European VC fund.

Peter co-founded an IT company and started his career at Accenture in Germany. He published 2 books and several dozen articles on business, finance, leadership, martial arts, and technology. The Conscious Business Institute provides a step-by-step system for building more inspiring, conscious organizations, including the Conscious Business Culture Assessment™ and the Conscious Business Culture & Leadership Programs™, which can scale to serve any number of users across the world. CBI’s programs have been applied in organizations from 1 to 100,000 employees, including Starbucks, BMW Group, Siemens, Alllianz, Intel, and others.

Peter is a faculty member of the Goethe Business School in Frankfurt, fellow of the World Business Academy, serves as a global advisor of the Climate Prosperity Alliance, and is on the board of several for-profit and non-profit organizations. He lives in Santa Barbara, California, and gets a kick out of Aikido, Capoeira, sailing, and a good dance with his wife.

An Interview with Gina Hayden, Co-founder and Director Global Centre for Conscious Leadership

An Interview with Gina Hayden, Co-founder and Director Global Centre for Conscious Leadership 

 

Gina Hayden has been developing organizational talent and leaders for more than twenty years. Her key focus is the growth of conscious, responsible leadership shaping business as a force for good in the world. She has a strong desire to promote a responsible and sustainable business that is profit-driven as well as purpose-driven, and she is particularly interested in how leaders develop their capacities to think in more complex and inclusive ways while bringing their hearts to what they do. Listen in as we talk about how COVID has enlightened consciousness as individuals and leaders, understanding connections, and the reality of being conscious leaders working from home.

In This Episode:

  • [01:16] Meet Gina Hayden. Learn about how COVID changed her views of herself and how she found herself in the Conscious Leadership space.
  • [10:27] The concept for Me to We to the World.
  • [18:55] How leaders and organizations can scale up their impact.
  • [29:14] Figuring out what “Connection” means to us.
  • [30:37] Changing the mindset around “Work-Life Balance”. 

Key Takeaways:

  • Don’t say yes to things that don’t feel right for you.
  • If we’re more conscious as leaders, we can start getting into what the impact is that our business can have on the world around us.
  • Conscious leadership is being aware of ourselves and our values and how it transfers to our relationship with others and work.
  • Work is part of life. It was just a false sense that we could separate the work cell from the rest of our lives.
  • Use your values, connections, and what you love as a guide to living your best life.

Resources:

Gina’s Email: gina.hayden@gcfcl.com
Gina’s Website: www.gcfcl.com
Gina’s LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ginalhayden/
www.consciousleadershipconsultancy.com
www.becomingaconsciousleader.com

Meet Gina Hayden

Gina Hayden is an executive coach, team and leadership program facilitator, and business advisor. She is the author of Becoming a Conscious Leader: How to Lead Successfully in a World that’s Waking Up. She co-founded The Global Centre for Conscious Leadership, the Conscious Leadership Consultancy, and was a founding director of the Conscious Capitalism UK Chapter. Based in London, she works internationally with a range of global corporate clients to bring cutting edge development to their senior leaders, specializing in the skills needed to win in the marketplace through outstanding client relationships, positive impact, successful influencing, and authentic leadership.

An Interview with Dr Kim Byas, Director of Innovative Master of Science in Health Care Leadership

An Interview with Dr Kim Byas, Director of Innovative Master of Science in Health Care Leadership

 

In this podcast episode, we invite Dr. Kim Byas, Program Director of the Master of Science in Health Care Leadership program at the Union Institute & University, to discuss the most significant aspects of conscious leadership: awareness of relationships. A conscious leader will take that awareness and interact with others in meaningful and deliberate ways. Tune in as Dr. Byas reveals how we can make necessary changes to the healthcare system, the ways we need to have conversations around conscious leadership, and the importance of effective communication.

In This Episode:

  • [00:55] Meet Dr. Kim Byas. Dr. Kim reveals the overt racism in the healthcare industry and speaks about conscious leadership.
  • [11:45] About Dr. Kim’s journey to health policy.  
  • [17:40] The most effective ways to change the healthcare system. 
  • [23:05] How to prepare people for conversations around conscious leadership.
  • [32:40] The complexities of relationships in the healthcare industry.  

Key Takeaways:

  • Conscious leadership is the awareness of your relationship with others. Effective leaders will choose to exercise that awareness and interact with others in a meaningful way. 
  • To make changes in the healthcare system, individuals need to leave the healthcare system. 
  • Whatever your industry is, conscious leadership requires both consciousness and leadership.
  • Not everyone is ready for conscious leadership. Most people don’t take the time to figure out how they will live as a conscious leader. 

Resources:

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kim-byas-sr-phd-mph-fache-6b5a898/
American Hospital Association: https://www.aha.org

Meet Dr. Kim Byas

Dr. Byas is Program Director, Union Institute & University’s Master of Science in Health Care Leadership degree. Prior to accepting this position, he served for more than 16 years as the regional executive with the American Hospital Association working with hospitals on federal advocacy, health care system transformation, and health policy. 

He has more than 40 years of successful leadership and innovation in health care settings ranging from his role as the interim president/CEO, Institute for Diversity in Health Management; CEO of Kailo Alliance—a health care strategic consulting company; executive director of a multispecialty physicians group; and as adjunct faculty with DePaul University’s Master in Public Administration program and Loyola University of Chicago’s MBA in Healthcare.

An Interview with Jill Ratliff, Leadership Speaker, Principal at Jill Ratliff Leadership

An Interview with Jill Ratliff, Leadership Speaker, Principal at Jill Ratliff Leadership

 

Jill Ratliff is an Author, Executive Coach, and Leadership Speaker with more than 20 years of Fortune 100 Human Resources Leadership experience. For Jill, conscious leadership is all about taking one-hundred percent responsibility for your life. Trust and collaboration are the entry point to leadership. People are better together, and no one does anything brave alone. Tune in as we talk about how joy is all around us, the importance of simplicity, and understanding your purpose.


In This Episode 

  • [00:50] Meet Jill Ratliff. Jill gives her definition of conscious leadership. 
  • [15:05] Collaboration and trust are solutions to leadership problems. 
  • [22:50] How people can understand collaboration and trust better.
  • [32:40] Why behavior change loves simplicity.  
  • [39:45] Learn from real examples in the workplace, not simulations

Key Takeaways:

  • Conscious leadership is taking 100% responsibility for your life.
  • Learn how to master your moments by knowing how to stay present in the
    moment.
  • Planet Earth is dominated by spirituality; find a spiritual practice to ground
    yourself.
  • Many valuable things are hard.
  • There can’t be conscious leadership without collaboration and trust.

Meet Jill Ratliff

Jill Ratliff is an Author, Executive Coach, and Leadership Speaker with more than 20 years of Fortune 100 Human Resources Management experience. She is author of the new book Leadership through Trust and Collaboration. Jill also is a longtime mentor with Pathbuilders, an organization that helps high-performing women accelerate their careers. Learn more at jillratliffleadership.com.

Resources 

Jill’s Website: https://jillratliffleadership.com
Jill’s LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jill-ratliff-78312113/

An Interview with Gerrard Schmid, President and CEO of Diebold Nixdorf

An Interview with Gerrard Schmid, President and CEO of Diebold Nixdorf


Gerrard Schmid is President and CEO of Diebold Nixdorf, a financial services technology including the largest provider of ATMs. As a conscious leader, Gerrard works to be present; for him, it means being self-aware of what’s going on in the organization and being very keenly attuned to what employees are saying and feeling. Being present also means he is attuned to what customers are saying and doing; the same holds true for their investors. He believes as a leader, it is critical to understand what factors you control. During Covid, he has learned how very little control we all have. Tune in as we talk about the importance of courage, vulnerability, and self-awareness for conscious leadership.

In This Episode 

  • [01:00] Meet Gerrard Schmid. Gerrard speaks about how he became a conscious leader.
  • [07:00] How a conscious leader can be vulnerable in the workplace.  
  • [15:00] What Gerrard has learned as a leader during Covid. 
  • [22:25] The importance of self-awareness in conscious leadership.  
  • [27:30] How organizations can create a safe working environment for their employees. 

Key Takeaways 

  • Vulnerable leadership is something teams need to fuel their future success. 
  • During Covid, there is little we can control as leaders; the one thing a leader can control is how they choose to show up for their employees. 
  • Learn to be present more often; adopt a meditation practice to help you on your self-awareness journey. 
  • Conscious leaders make difficult decisions using empathy. 

Meet Gerrard Schmid

Gerrard Schmid is President and CEO of Diebold Nixdorf, a role he has held since Feb 2018.
Diebold Nixdorf is a global leader in self-serve technologies for the Financial Services and Retail sectors, and generates approximately $4billion in revenues and employs 23,000 people in over 60 countries.

Prior to joining Diebold Nixdorf he served as chief executive officer of D+H Corporation, a $1.7 billion global FinTech company. Under his leadership from 2012 to 2017, the company evolved to a global leader in real-time payments and lending software.

Prior to D+H, he held senior executive roles at financial institutions in the UK and Canada, and worked for several years at McKinsey working across financial services, e-commerce and technology. Gerrard has a Bachelor’s of Science in Aeronautical Engineering and a Master’s of Aerospace Engineering.

Resources 

Diebold Nixdorf: https://www.dieboldnixdorf.com/en-us
Gerrard’s LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/gerrard-schmid/

 

An Interview with Ify Walker, CEO/Founder of Offor

An Interview with Ify Walker, CEO/Founder of Offor


Ify Walker, CEO of Offor, the talent broker company, explains how she helps people see their personal narratives. We are so often taught to give the most significant thing we have done, but it’s not necessarily the most meaningful thing that we have experienced. There is a difference between meaningful and significant. Listen in to learn more. Tune in as Ify reveals the importance of culture, how leaders respond to grief, and the systems we can implement to ensure equity in the workplace.


In This Episode
 

  • [01:10] Meet Ify Walker. She comes from an education and legal background – they influence the work that she does today.
  • [05:25] How Ify helps people see their personal narratives.
  • [08:40] The ways conscious leadership affects how Ify shows up in the world.
  • [18:30] How an organization can get to the hidden aspects of workplace culture.
  • [24:25] Understanding that your employees need to hear you confront the brutal facts.
  • [40:10] The systems that Ify will incorporate to ensure equity in the workplace.

Key Takeaways 

  • Conscious leadership means you have the power to choose to respond instead of reacting.
  • Look for the things in your organization that you reward and the things you punish – commit to changing them.
  • Leaders are responsible for the culture of their organization. If your culture isn’t supporting the organization, then you’re failing.
  • If you have a system designed for inequity, it can be redesigned for equity.
  • Switching leaders doesn’t change a system.

Meet Ify Walker 

Ify Walker is the CEO of Offor, the talent broker company. Clients come to Offor for Offor’s trademark no-nonsense results-oriented approach to challenging who decides and how we decide to hire, promote, and pay executive women in our country. Offor’s portfolio of clients includes organizations like Beyond 12, Citizens of the World Charter Schools, /dev/color, and OneGoal. Over the past several years, more than 90% of new hires — joining historically white institutions — identified as executives of color from Asian, Black, and Latinx backgrounds. Her work has been featured in The Stanford Social Innovation Review, Fast Company, and PBS NewsHour.

Ify is an attorney by training and a proud product of Nigerian parents, the original dairy state, and Head Start. She is a mother of two, a sister to five, and wife to the best decision she’s ever made. When she’s not running a growing national firm and challenging the meritocracy myth, you can find her running Mom’s School of Excellence.

Resources 
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ifywalker/
Offor:
www.offor.co
Twitter:
https://twitter.com/ifywalker

Ify Walker
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