Authenticity is Contagious

Authenticity is Contagious Podcast

Great Leaders Live Like Drug Addicts, with Michael Brody-Waite

Michael Brody-Waite is a drug addict who discovered that the same principles he learned in order to stay clean can be applied to his personal professional lives. If he’s rigorously authentic and vulnerable, he can live mask-free life – and he’s on a mission to teach others how to live mask-free as well. Learn How…

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Turning Self-Doubt into Authentic Power, with Dané Johnson

“Overcoming the self doubt and the feeling less-than, that was not imposed on me by anybody but myself, that has really allowed me to move into a place of being in my own power, both personally and professionally.” – Dané Johnson Find out more about Dané’s personal and professional growth on episode 11 of the…

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You Are Not Alone, with Lorraine Barnes

“You’re not alone because there’s somebody else out there that was abused as a child. There was somebody else out there that was raped. There was somebody else out there that was kidnapped. All of our situations are similar but what I mean when I say you’re not alone is you really do have yourself….

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Managing Anxiety through Music, with Autumn Rose Brand

Autumn Rose Brand is an award winning composer, singer, songwriter, pianist, and violinist.  Her music is beautiful, but she didn’t always see herself that way. It wasn’t until she found self love and stopped defining herself as a “starving artist” did she grow as a person and musician. Autumn Brand Website Autumn Brand Instagram New…

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Angus Barn’s Van Eure: A Legacy of Resilience and Generosity

The recent shutdown of the Angus Barn due to COVID-19 was a shock to owner Van Eure and all of the Barn’s 368 employees. Find out how Van led through this unprecedented time, the positives that have come from the pandemic, and what her “Corona skill” is. Founder of Raleigh Coaching, LLC and Raleigh Coaching…

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Disarming Conflict with Love, with Teri Harrell

We’re in a unique time in our lives where so many people are hurting due to the recent murders of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor, and the subsequent protests.  And while we all need that human interaction and connection so we can be emotionally supportive of our teams, we’re also in a global pandemic that…

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An Authentic Conversation on Race and Diversity, with Mildred Edwards and Donald Thompson

As leaders in the Diversity and Inclusion space, Mildred Edwards and Donald Thompson are on the show today to talk about race relations in the wake of George Floyd’s murder, if there’s hope for the country, and how diversity and inclusion practices in the workplace can help create a more equitable future. Mildred Edwards MEExecutiveConsulting.com…

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Becoming Your Own Best Friend, with Julia Meder

Julia Meder is an authentic leadership coach based in Germany and graduate of Raleigh Coaching Academy. In this time of COVID-19, Julia noticed that being isolated is similar to the experience of being an expatriate – and it’s not easy. On the episode, Julia talks about her struggles, rising from the ashes like a phoenix,…

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Overcoming Crippling Imposter Syndrome, with Alaina Money-Garman

Alaina Money-Garman has had to battle shame, imposter syndrome, sexism, and so much more to become her true authentic self. Today she talks about her rise as a woman in an industry dominated by men, the shame of breaking up her marriage to be with her boss, the imposter syndrome because she knew what people…

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Self Care through a Worldwide Pandemic, with Marcelletta Miles

Marci Miles is a healer – a nurse by trade turned authentic healer/leader through Raleigh Coaching Academy – and she can shed some light on self care during this change that we’re all going through.  Today, Marci and Kathleen talk about grief of your old life pre-Coronavirus, how we can all help each other heal,…

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