The Impact Makers Podcast with Jennifer McClure is a weekly podcast for people who are interested in making a positive difference in the world not only through their work, but also through how they choose to live their lives.
Turning Passion Into Purpose: From Career Coach to Recruiting Tech Company Founder With Ariel Lopez
One of the best things about the work that I do is that I have the opportunity to connect with so many talented people doing great things to make the world of work - and the world - better for us all in the future.
Early last year, while looking to expand my network of leaders with diversity and inclusion expertise, I reached out to my network and asked a simple question - “Who should I know that does great work in this area?”
Putting Yourself First and Finally Taking Control of Your Career With Laurie Ruettimann
I’m coming in hot into 2021 with Episode number 53 of the Impact Makers podcast!
I’m ready to emerge from my 2020 coronavirus induced cocoon, and to make great things happen in my world, and for you in this shiny and promising new year. And I can think of no better way to kick off the year, than with my BFF, Laurie Ruettimann.
How Human-Centered Workplaces Will Transform the Future of Work With Derek Irvine
My guest today is a senior executive at Workhuman®, a company that helps forward-thinking organizations energize their cultures, unlock their employees’ passion and potential, and unite around a shared purpose.
The Value of Taking a Strategic Approach to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion With Jennifer Ingram
My guest on Episode 51 of the Impact Makers podcast is Jennifer Ingram.
Jennifer is the Founder and CEO of Calibrated Lens LLC, where she specializes in helping organizations enhance their performance, productivity, and brand presence by centering equity and inclusion.
Through her work at Calibrated Lens, she helps clients facilitate sustainable change to optimize performance, presence, and productivity.
Balancing a Strong Personal Brand With a High Profile Corporate Career With Amber Naslund
If you’re a regular listener of the podcast, you’ve heard me talk with several previous guests that I first connected with back in the somewhat golden days of blogging, and the beginnings of social networks like LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook.
Although I’m not sure how I originally came across today’s guest, I know that I was a regular reader of her very popular blog called Brass Tack Thinking during that time frame.
Discovering the Hidden Forces That Drive You to Do Your Best Work With Todd Henry
On Episode 49 of the Impact Makers Podcast, I’m speaking with someone that I admire and respect, and whom I’ve learned a great deal from over the past 10 years through his podcast, his books, and also by sometimes sharing stages with him speaking at conferences and events around the world.
Todd Henry positions himself as an “arms dealer for the creative revolution”, and he teaches leaders and organizations how to establish practices that lead to everyday brilliance.
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I listen to audiobooks and podcasts. I am a long term believer in personal growth through Automobile University. Because of this experience I feel qualified to say that Jennifer is absolutely the best podcaster out there. Some episodes are insightful because of her guests and other times they are impactful because of Jennifer’s own contribution. And she always mixes in candor and humor perfectly ...
I say all of this not because she is my sister ...even though she is :-)
Do yourself a favor and listen!
So glad you’re back!
The first two episodes back were so very timely for me as I just landed my first speaking opportunity and I struggle with self care and time management. Thank you for thought provoking content and useful resources.
I have heard a lot of talk about personal branding but no really clear nor concise way to go about this. Jennifer’s three part series on this is crystal clear and has even motivated me to redo and establish my personal brand. I also intend to share this series with my network of women business owners as I believe it is highly important for them to understand and establish their personal brand. Well done Jennifer.