The High Road® Leader Podcast

Season 1

Episode 6½ | How Employee Abuse Sparked a Leadership Philosophy

Do you want to go to bed each day, knowing that you did your best to help the greater good?

Join host, Ron Rael, as he recaps highlights from the debut season of The High Road Leader Podcast and shares his personal story about employee abuse.

Episode #6 |  Sherri McPherson of OSCPA

How do you get the most out of the people on your team?

Are you aware of the ways an experienced leader can induce leadership from hundreds of volunteers? 

McPherson gets people to take on leadership roles, with ease.

Episode #5 |  Heather Fitzpatrick of Wellspring Family Services

Do you have what it takes to become a better leader?

Do you want the courage to tackle bigger issues and problems?

Yes, I believe you have the potential to have a big and lasting impact as the leader of a team and company!

Episode #4 |  Debbie Rosemont of simply placed

In the chaotic whirl of business, how can you be better at finding focus?

What does 100% commitment look like?

These leadership traits are evident in my guest, Debbie Rosemont, CEO. This is why I invited her to talk with me.

Episode #3 |  Gina Cotner of Athena Executive Services

How can someone be a CEO and lead a company, yet have no employees?
Do you know how a leader can increase the level of team accountability, even though they are contractors?
My answer to these questions is found in this podcast.

Episode #2 |  Kristal Baker of Express Employment Professionals

Can someone who is drawn to design, color and fashion become a principled CEO?
Can you be a negotiator, salesperson, and problem solver yet still have time to recruit people for talent-starved clients?
You can if you are a high energy risk-taker! And that is why Kristal Baker is my guest.

Episode #1 |  Amy Essig Desai of Farallon Consulting

What does it take to shift from scientist to Chief Executive Officer in the same company? And once you are promoted to CEO, how do keep the company safe as you double in size and become employee owned? To find out the best practices needed to successfully handle those challenges, I invited to the program an up-and-coming senior leader, Amy Essig Desai.