Organizations will fail without transformative leaders. The Jedburgh Podcast is a conversation with prominent visionaries, drivers of change, and those dedicated to winning. In each episode, Fran Racioppi speaks with trailblazers who have earned success through a dedication to talent development, preparation, introspection, and the drive to get things done.
The Jedburgh Podcast is sponsored by Talent War Group, an executive search firm and talent advisory. We work with your organization to attract, retain, and develop top talent. To learn more, visit www.talentwargroup.com
Building A Personal Brand With Digital Media's Top Model, Emily Sandberg Gold
Your personal brand means everything in digital marketing, especially on social media. But, do you know who your audience is? From her years as a top fashion model, Emily Sandberg Gold knows that building a personal brand takes understanding first yourself, then your audience. Emily combines this balance with the need to listen before speaking, an attribute that has led her to success in both her modeling career and as the founder of her digital marketing agency, Twice Social. Emily attributes success to her never ending drive and her ability to form meaningful relationships. She joins Fran Racioppi on the podcast to share her whole journey – from the glitz of the runway to the shadows of depression and anxiety – and how she took what she learned from modeling and entrepreneurship to help others build their brands and leverage social media to achieve growth.
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Using The Enneagram Personality Test To Help Elite Performers Find Joy And Purpose In Achieving Their Goals With Drew Newkirk
Common among elite performers, is their ability to remain proactive and out front. Rather than being on the defense, they push forward, never letting others bring them down. The characteristics that set high-performers apart fascinate Drew Newkirk, a New York City psychotherapist who uses the Enneagram Theory of personality assessment to help people unlock the secret to achieving their goals. Before becoming a therapist, Drew had his share of struggles to overcome. In this episode, he joins Fran Racioppi to share his transition from client to therapist and how he helps clients find joy, happiness, freedom, and fulfillment through a quest to understand life’s purpose. An avid music lover, Drew uses music as a language to connect with his clients, as well as to inspire himself and others. He shares his new docuseries called “The Songs That Saved Your Life” where he explores music as inspiration to those who find solace in specific songs.
Dedication To Greatness: From The Red Sox To The Press Box With Jerry Remy
Everyone in Major League Baseball knows that the glory you see on the field is a very small part of the whole story. As an individual, you need to have an extreme dedication to greatness just to be able to get through the day to day. You need to imbue a commitment to excellence that often doesn’t get left on the field as you move on to the next phase of your life. This has been the theme of Jerry Remy’s life, from his years as a Boston Red Sox second baseman to a long, fruitful career as a Major League Baseball broadcaster. In this conversation with Fran Racioppi, Jerry shares the highlights of his baseball and broadcasting journey, from his rather unremarkable stint in the minor league to reaching Major League Baseball and playing for his dream team, to the transition to broadcasting. He also shares about the adversities he had to go through, from growing up poor, to a career-ending injury, to an ongoing battle with lung cancer, and more.
The SubAbove Culture For Achieving Growth And Success With Peter Cancro
America’s leading sub sandwich franchise, Jersey Mike’s Subs is headquartered in Manasquan, New Jersey. Its Founder and CEO, Peter Cancro purchased the single-store sandwich shop formerly called Mike’s Subs at only 17 years of age and has grown it to over 2,000 stores across the globe closing in on over $2 billion in annual sales. Joining Fran Racioppi on the show, Peter shares his secret for scaling his franchise empire: by building its foundation on a “SubAbove” culture of giving and a commitment to its people. Peter also dives into how he got into the sandwich business and overcame all adversities.
The Talent War: Why Talent Management Should Be Your Top Priority With Mike Sarraille And George Randle
What can business organizations learn from the military when it comes to talent management and leadership development? Those who have been in the trenches, leading people through some of the most difficult and risky missions in the world know that people are everything. Mike Sarraille and George Randle are two of the authors of The Talent War, an incredibly insightful work that examines the parallels between the talent management practices of special operations forces and the most successful organizations in the world. Aiming to empower small and medium businesses to achieve excellence every day, Mike and George founded the Talent War Group, a cadre of highly-experienced SOF leaders and business executives who understand the critical importance of human capital management. Listen in as they share some of the principles they talked about in their book as they join Fran Racioppi on this first episode of The Jedburgh Podcast.
Welcome to the Jedburgh Podcast
Organizations will fail without transformative leaders. The Jedburgh Podcast is a conversation with prominent visionaries, drivers of change and those dedicated to winning.
In May 1943 the Allied Forces determined a new type of leader was required to win World War II as an Axis victory seemed certain. These leaders would be assessed using a specific set of character traits, but selected using the “whole-man” concept; a combination of traits needed to simply get things done and win no matter the challenge. Code-named Jedburghs, three-man teams parachuted behind enemy lines onto the shores of occupied France during the nighttime hours before D-Day. Their only directive...Win the war at all costs. With little guidance and scarce resources, 200 specially selected, highly trained, innovative leaders helped turn the tide of the war.
Hosted by former Special Forces Green Beret, Fran Racioppi, each episode is an in-depth discussion with trailblazers who have earned success through a dedication to talent development, preparation, introspection and the drive to get things done. Our conversation will empower listeners to define success and operate at an elite level, regardless of the task at hand. Jedburghs lived by the mantra that how you prepare today, determines success tomorrow.
The Jedburgh Podcast is sponsored by Talent War Group, an executive search firm and talent advisory. We work with your organization to attract, retain, and develop top talent. We’ll drive you to attract, retain, and develop top talent. With services like talent acquisition, leadership development, training, and seminars we work with you to create talent solutions to business problems. To get started, visit www.talentwargroup.com
Fran and The Talent War Group has done an amazing job with this podcast! It’s smart and insightful! It motivates and challenges people’s mindset to be the best leader they can be!
I can’t wait for the next episode!
Insightful and motivating
This podcast offers inspiring, introspective insight from proven professional leaders. Anyone who even thinks about being a valuable member of an organization (of any kind) would benefit from listening to these discussions.