Hear Cinderella Career "Comeback" stories and learn how successful executives navigate business challenges. Our guests come from a wide range of businesses.
C2CEO podcasts offer anecdotes and stories that guide listeners to evaluate and continue to pursue their dreams. We have fun with our guests and create memorable lessons that listeners at all levels of their career will enjoy. Host Cary Broussard emphasizes you don't have to BE a CEO to think and act like a smart one.
Carnival's Christine Duffy Talks Board Service with Aimbridge Founder Dave Johnson
Relationships Matter. That's the takeaway from my interview with Carnival Cruise Line President Christine Duffy and Dave Johnson, Founder and Chair of Aimbridge Hospitality.
When Dave recommended his long time industry colleague Christine Duffy to his Board, he knew his board would be looking for someone well-respected in the travel industry, who would speak her mind and contribute to the overall success of the Aimbridge organization.
This is the first podcast interview Dave has given since being named Executive Chair of Aimbridge, having previously served as President and CEO.
Christine and Dave share advice and a positive vision for the future of travel. Christine has an inspiring story and one that she generously shares with our audience. This interview, hosted by Cary Broussard, author of From Cinderella to CEO, will inspire you to keep the faith, never give up and have the confidence to develop a plan for your own career and life's purpose.
Enhancing Your Brand Platform with Books, Podcasts and Blogs
Does your 2021 brand plan include writing a book, producing a podcast, blog or vlog? Tuskeegee professor of sales and marketing Faye Jackson joins author and CEO ON-Air host Cary Broussard to interview the very accomplished book editor Debra Englander, Dallas Liftfund director and author Tarsha Polk Hearns, and Red Raven publisher @Claudia Riemer Boutote on how books, podcasts and blogs expand personal branding platforms. Joyce Y. Griggs, blogger, and founder of the United States of Healthcare weighs in with branding expertise and tips.
2021 Planning: Tegra118 CEO Cheryl Nash
When we were looking for a CEO who has successfully cracked the glass ceiling in finance, we thought of Cheryl Nash, CEO of Tegra118 (formerly Fiserv Investment Services). Cary Broussard interviews Cheryl as part of the C2CEO Learning Lab series, featuring CEOs and other highly successful leaders who share their stories and advice to ensure we all flourish going forward. Following Cary's interview with Cheryl Nash, Cary leads a panel discussion on 2021 Revenue Growth and Goal Setting with C2CEO advisors Faye Hall Jackson, a sales and marketing professor at Tuskegee University, Joyce Y. Griggs, Pharma marketing executive, Helen Bayne, hospitality business instructor with Lipscomb University and Linda Lingo, a financial coach and C.P.A.
Keep on Truckin' Women - Ellen Voie, Founder Women In Trucking
C2CEO Host Cary Broussard interviews Ellen Voie, founder of Women in Trucking. Ellen was the Grand Prize Winner of the Cinderella to CEO Awards. We talk about why the trucking and transportation industry is a good career option for women and how women are a positive influence.
Career Tips to Motivate You in the New Normal Economy
C2CEO (Cinderella to CEO) founder Cary Broussard's surveyed 200 national leaders in March and April of 2020. Her research revealed that 68 % of respondents (majority of whom were working women and a family breadwinner) would be willing to change industries/careers as a result of (or in spite of) the global pandemic.
Now that women and men in mid-career, late, and early career stages have been laid off or furloughed, Cary draws on her own experiences and has tapped into the C2CEO network of advisors to provide transformational career and life-changing advice to help those exploring options with a "go-to" support podcast and website for confidence building and career supercharging.
This podcast interview highlights career transition tips.
We learn why a $2.5 billion landscape company hired a hospitality executive to lead their landscaping sales team.
Cary explores how hotel and facilities operator Bob Marshall changed industries and career focus late in his career. She interviews Bob Marshall, now SrVP of Sales with Pennsylvania-based Brightview Landscapes, who was previously with Wyndham Hotels & Resorts, Accor Hospitality, Accenture, and Delaware North Companies.
Bob emphasizes the value of relationship building, networking, and staying focused on winning.
His tips include being open to opportunities, being trustworthy with team members, and realizing you don't have to be a "sales guy" to be great at sales. At the end of this interview, Cary wants listeners to consider their own transferable skills and how changing industries and careers can be the key to success in our new normal economy.
CinderellaCEO-Katherine Klimitas packs a punch
At two-foot-seven inches tall, Katherine Klimitas packs a punch of talent, energy and inspiration.
Katherine was nominated for the 2019 Cinderella to CEO Awards for her inspirational life story.
Katherine’s winning personality comes through in this interview with Cary Broussard, host of Cinderella to CEO On Air.
Katherine works as a fine artist, jewelry maker and graphic designer. Rod Stewart became a high profile client of Katherine’s - engaging her to create and submit designs around the release of a new album.
Katherine has a disability that has never allowed her to walk, run or move normally. She writes "I can't open a marker. I can't pour a glass of water. I often don't get the privilege of privacy. I need someone with me every second of my life. However, I learned that I could speak and that when I did, people not only listened but were also amazed.
At age 30, Katherine is often mistaken for a baby because of her diminutive stature. A graduate of Loyola University, people assume that because Katherine is in a wheelchair, she is mentally disabled or deaf."
We assure you, listeners, this young woman and her work will win your heart and your respect. She has written a book about her challenges living with the challenges of Osteogenesis Imperfecto.
It is a book of hope, faith in one's self and encouragement for all.