CEO Academy with Pam Lassiter

CEO Academy
Wednesday at 9 AM Eastern Time

You’re the competitive advantage. If you don’t keep your professional edge sharply honed, how can you and your company continue to succeed? Who else is going to plan your professional growth for you? Good news! Pam Lassiter, your host on CEO Academy, is your partner and she is here to help you stay ahead of the game.

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Our show addresses your most pressing questions about setting up your success. How do you develop a plan for becoming the CEO? How do you scale your company to international success? How do you negotiate and influence on behalf of yourself and your stakeholders? How do you motivate your employees and the company to follow your leadership? When and how do you shift your leadership style?

Whether you are currently a CEO or are on your way to becoming one, having the right answers to these questions will set you apart as a leader. We’ll cover these topics and others related to your professional growth on your trusted source for career success.

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Wednesday at 6 AM Eastern Time on VoiceAmerica Business Channel

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Current Interviews

Pam Reeve

May 24, 2017
Pam Reeve
Board member or chair: 3 public boards + private and non-profits.
Former CEO, Lightbridge

Boards: Getting on the Right Ones,
Building Your Own

Is it time for you, as CEO, to be on a Board? If so, which one(s) and how? Structuring your own Board wisely contributes to your success.

Amy Lipton

May 17, 2017
Amy Lipton
CEO of Spitfire Petite
Former Director, Global Marketing Digital Media, IBM

Dino Cattaneo

May 17, 2017
Dino Cattaneo
Founder and
Managing Partner
Hoolibean Digital Marketing

Social Media for CEOs in 140 Characters
How does social media fit in your corporate strategy and what are its risks and rewards for you and your Board?

Maria Kussmaul

May 10, 2017
Maria Kussmaul
Co-Founder
Managing Partner
Head of IT security sector
AGC Partners

The CEO's Role in Cyber Risks to the Enterprise
Maria Kussmaul advises major corporations as well as countries, the military, and you on best practices in the growing necessity of cyber risk management.

Tom Wilson

May 3, 2017
Tom Wilson
CEO
The Wilson Group

What are You Worth as CEO?
Tom works with boards and top executives nationally to design total compensation plans starting from the top, the CEO, and aligning compensation and reward programs with key drivers of the business.

Dr. Richard Eglen

April 26, 2017
Dr. Richard Eglen
GM/ VP
Corning Life Sciences

"Why Should Anyone be Led by You?"
Dr. Eglen's oversight of 3000+ employees at Corning incorporates some of Goffee & Jones's qualities for inspirational leaders + best practices he's shaped from start ups to major corporations.

Rick Burns

April 19, 2017
Rick Burnes
Co-Founder, CEO, now Partner Emeritus
Charles River Ventures

10 Things CEOs Need to Know
Rick Burnes has supervised some of the most successful CEOs in the US who started their companies with CRV funding. What you don't know yet will soon change.

John Humphtrey

April 12, 2017
John Humphrey
Chair/Principal
Humphrey Enterprises
CEO
Humphrey Companies

Scaling Your Company from an Idea to a Global Enterprise
John Humphrey has co-founded seven organizations, taken 2 to global prominence in different industries and had 3 acquired. When and how to scale your company is the focus.

Dr. Vanu Bose

April 5, 2017
Dr. Vanu Bose
CEO
Vanu, Inc.

Your 5 Step Plan to be CEO
Dr. Bose is connecting the unconnected with broadband coverage around the globe. As the CEO for 20 years, Dr. Bose shares ideas about how to become and remain a competitive leader.

Upcoming Interviews

John Fletcher

May 31, 2017
John Fletcher
Managing Partner
Fletcher Spaght Inc.

Accelerating Organic Growth
It's easy to acquire another company to grow your own. What about the hard way, growing within your current infrastructure? When NOT to scale is covered as well.

Bruce Walton

June 7, 2017
Bruce Walton
Partner Battalia Winston
+ other global firms

Being Found: How Search Firms Find CEOs
"Being approached" by a search firm is more strategic than emailing them you're available. How do these firms work?