Episode 104

Rethinking Success with Doug Holladay

Doug Holladay is an adjunct professor at the Georgetown University School of Business, co-founder of Park Avenue Equity Partners and founder of PathNorth, a networking organization for executives. He was also an investment banker at Goldman Sachs and worked for the White House as a Special Ambassador coordinating international relations. Holladay holds degrees from the University of North Carolina, Princeton Theological Seminary, and Oxford University. He has just released a new book called Rethinking Success: Eight Essential Practices for Finding Meaning in Work and Life.

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Life as Leadership: Where Leaders Gather to Grow Together
Where leaders gather to grow together

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Josh Friedeman

Josh wants to help you LIVE and LEAD well.

From interviewing leaders and other experts who help leaders, to coaching leaders and entrepreneurs, to staying on the front lines of leadership research through his PhD work in organizational leadership, Josh likes to live and breathe all things leadership.

Sure, there's more to life than leadership - until, that is, you start seeing life AS leadership (*Freeze frame, roll credits*).