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A podcast that explores the crossroads of Servant Leadership and the marketing profession. Featuring marketing leaders, marketers, entrepreneurs, academics, and creatives sharing their experiences in marketing, leadership, business, and education to develop a new generation of marketers that serve first.

The Servant Marketer Jenny Petty

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A podcast that explores the crossroads of Servant Leadership and the marketing profession. Featuring marketing leaders, marketers, entrepreneurs, academics, and creatives sharing their experiences in marketing, leadership, business, and education to develop a new generation of marketers that serve first.

    Dr. Karla Bird and Dr. Salena Beaumont Hill | An Indigenous Perspective of Collective Stewardship

    Dr. Karla Bird and Dr. Salena Beaumont Hill | An Indigenous Perspective of Collective Stewardship

    In the final episode of our special series on the ten characteristics of servant leadership, we celebrate an awe-inspiring perspective of the definition of stewardship and explore leadership through an Indigenous lens. 
    Dr. Karla Bird of the Blackfeet Amskapi Piikani Nation and Dr. Salena Beaumont Hill of the Crow Nation discuss the Indigenous experience with leadership and community contribution. And they explain why language around stewardship matters to people when an idea like volunteerism embeds their culture.
    Hear how spirituality and collective responsibility heal tribal communities and why the two women believe in the freedom of choice over the notion of following.    
    Join us as we discuss:
    Examining stewardship through an Indigenous lens (11:46)Walking the line between appropriation and understanding (24:20)The spirit to choose in a non-hierarchal community of equals (38:31)Centering indigenous education in a system that doesn’t fit (47:05)Check out these resources we mentioned during the podcast:
    University of MontanaResearch is Ceremony: Indigenous Research MethodsReservation DogsAll My RelationsYou can find this interview and many more by subscribing to The Servant Marketer on Apple Podcasts, on Spotify, or here.

    • 1 hr
    Thomas Kemeny | Making Space to Listen

    Thomas Kemeny | Making Space to Listen

    A key skill for any profession is listening, but in marketing, it’s necessary to cut through the noise and find compelling stories. Sometimes, we get in our own way, feeling a need to fill an empty space with our thoughts when we should make room for others instead.  
    Thomas Kemeny, Author of Junior: Writing Your Way Ahead in Advertising, joins us to discuss listening and its impact on creative work, client relationships, work-life balance, and creative inspiration.
    As Thomas suggested, there is power in our silence. Rather than break it, we can use it to listen and identify the moments that matter.    
    Join us as we discuss:
    The writing journey and advice for aspiring content creators (1:13)Collaboration and problem-solving through listening (15:50)Listening to your gut and confronting your inner critic (27:04) Check out these resources we mentioned during the podcast:
    Thomas KemenyJunior: Writing Your Way Ahead in AdvertisingDarling, You Can’t Do Both

    • 39 min
    Vince Rougeau | Healing from a Place of Dignity and Understanding

    Vince Rougeau | Healing from a Place of Dignity and Understanding

    Healing is perhaps the most ambiguous of the 10 characteristics of servant leadership. Every person processes pain differently, but it’s often the unspoken wounds we inflict on others that call for intentionality in compassion and compromise.
    As Vince Rougeau, President of College of the Holy Cross,  advises, by taking the time to listen, you’ll often find that the path to healing is easier than you think.
    In this episode on healing, Vince shares his unique insight on staying grounded in healthy relationships, building coalitions around differences, and the liberating power of forgiveness.       
    Join us as we discuss:
    Opening yourself up to the pain of others and rebuilding trust (5:12)Collaborative healing in an environment of independent thinkers (19:43)Putting the dignity of others first in difficult decisions (31:15)Check out these resources we mentioned during the podcast:
    Vince RougeauCollege of the Holy CrossRadical CandorJust Mercy: A Story of Justice and RedemptionHidden Brain

    • 50 min
    Abnia Loriston | Growth Through Access, Diversity, Inclusion, Belonging, and Equity

    Abnia Loriston | Growth Through Access, Diversity, Inclusion, Belonging, and Equity

    Growth is hard no matter who you are. But for minorities and marginalized groups, the creative industries have historically not provided the same ladder to leadership that the majority has been given. 
    Abnia Loriston, Program Director at The Creative Ladder, is working to fix that.
    Powered by existing creative industry players like Dionna Dorsey Calloway, David Griner and Ryan Reynolds, Abnia’s work helps to open doors for some that would otherwise remain closed. 
    The Creative Ladder is currently developing a wide range of free or affordably priced services to help aspiring creative professionals find—and thrive in—their career paths.
    Join us as we discuss:
    Training ourselves to be an advocate (23:58)How reflection can be divine (28:30)What is the Peter Principle and how can we educate future workforces to not fall prey to it (34:15)ADIBE and why it’s critical to the modern workforce (38:20)Check out these resources we mentioned during the podcast:
    https://www.creativeladder.org/https://groupeffortinitiative.com/The Visibility MindsetThe Black Girl's Guide to Financial Freedom: Build Wealth, Retire Early, and Live the Life of Your DreamsAbbot Elementary

    • 48 min
    Mark Mohammadpour | Ted Lasso and the Empathetic Lens

    Mark Mohammadpour | Ted Lasso and the Empathetic Lens

    Empathy is an intentional aim to understand and accept the emotional perspective of others. As a core characteristic of responsible servant leaders, empathy is a bedrock of professional relationships as it drives positive communication and promotes well-being in the workplace.
    Mark Mohammadpour, Owner and Chief Well-Being Officer of Chasing the Sun, shares his insights on empathy and how the pandemic catapulted it to the front of the people management conversation.       
    Join us as we discuss:
    Defining empathy in a post-pandemic work environment (2:29)How empathy is at the core of marketing and relationships (16:24)Why Ted Lasso is a masterclass in empathetic leadership (25:42)Check out these resources we mentioned during the podcast:
    Mark MohammadpourChasing the Sunmark@chasingthesunpdx.comYou can find this interview and many more by subscribing to The Servant Marketer on Apple Podcasts, on Spotify, or here.

    • 41 min
    Debbie Heiser | Developing Foresight

    Debbie Heiser | Developing Foresight

    Not only is foresight important when projecting outcomes, but it’s critical to perceiving relationships and habits. By taking lessons from the past to heart, servant leaders can identify unsettling patterns in the present to help sculpt a brighter future.
    Debbie Heiser, creator and founder of Lead Your Life With Debbie Heiser, shares why she believes foresight is one of the most important characteristics in servant leadership.      
    Join us as we discuss:
    Naturally trusting your instincts and that “gut feeling” (4:07) The Theory U behavior modification model and its impact (15:12)Why self-martyrdom conflicts with empowerment (26:26) Check out these resources we mentioned during the podcast:
    Lead Your Life With Debbie HeiserLead Your Life PodcastTheoryU and the Presencing Institute 


    You can find this interview and many more by subscribing to The Servant Marketer on Apple Podcasts, on Spotify, or here.

    • 43 min

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