It’s a new playing field, and modern learning is the new black. Learning leaders are acknowledging that innovating their approach is the linchpin to resolving the talent crisis faced by Fortune 500 companies. The Radical Outcomes podcast dives deep into the growth problems Fortune 500 companies are facing and how new approaches to Learning & Development works to solve these issues. Join Oxygen’s hosts and a curated collection of thought provoking guests as they explore the Radical Outcomes made possible by innovative, holistic learning solutions.
Paul Norford's title is merely a clue to all the amazing left and right brain skills he has cultivated since childhood. As VP, Global Enablement and Chief Solutions Evangelist for Ivanti, Norf literally is a bundle of content-producing, technical know- how, storytelling prowess and "phygital" genius. (He'll explain). This podcast offers extraordinary inspiration for any creative heading into the new year.
Most of life is simply trying to tune expectations...." This is just one of many insightful comments that Ellen Daley shared with Juliana during a rich conversation filled with valuable learnings, and delivered with refreshing humility, honesty and intelligence. Learn how Ellen followed a less conventional path to business leadership, from studying physics, to management consulting, to CEO of a fast-growing tech start-up, to sitting on several boards.
From his roots in the inner city of Baltimore to an executive leadership position at Boeing, David Canada created the unique pathway that has enabled his positive influence on so many lives. In this podcast, David eloquently shares the story of his remarkable journey, from discovering his love of science and engineering at an early age, to leveraging the connections and learnings he gained in his community to forge his career, and ultimately illustrating the supreme accomplishment of aligning passion with purpose. We promise, you’ll be intrigued from the very beginning.
Listen to a fascinating dialogue with the first Black American and first Woman CEO of the YMCA on navigating the for-profit and non-profit worlds; solving challenges for humanity; and leadership in the post-Covid workplace
Two smart, articulate people have a very human, comprehensible discussion about the subject of the times, AI. Today, the promise of and concerns about AI are infinite. But now that we have opened Pandora's Box, what do we need to know right now? And how can AI benefit those of us in the business of corporate Learning?
Who are the brilliant deal makers behind large, complex sales? We all know that large deals happen out there, but how they actually get done, from start to finish, is a mystery to many. In this episode, Ryan Rackley from the London Stock Exchange joins Katherine Shao to delve into the details behind the complex sale. As someone who has optimized the sales value chain for some very large enterprise deals and its many players, Ryan helps us unpack it all with her incredible insight.
Heather Cole, VP of Market Insights at Seismic, is on the podcast this month with so much rich advice on navigating the corporate world as a woman. She shares everything from how she overcame a huge fear of public speaking to navigating compensation - even dealing with situations where men on her team were making more than her. And her advice for what women should look for in a mentor. For any woman in a corporate environment this is an episode you don't want to miss.
When change happens, how do businesses with large populations of workers in the field shepherd that change and what role does HR play? Join Tyler Coventry, EVP of Food at KAG, one of the country’s leading logistics and transportation companies, andOxygen’s Katherine Shao as they discuss the unique challenges and opportunities of a supply chain business in attracting talent and orchestrating cultural shifts
Employees are daily consumers of sophisticated, inspiring digital content, which demands that in order for Learning to engage them, its design must adhere to higher standards of modern User Experience design. Join Microsoft’s Senior L&D Manager Tamara Horn and Oxygen’s VP of Sales Enablement Practice Katherine Shao as they explore how designing Learning with empathy and creativity is generating measurable impact.
This month I sat down with Cheryl Hill, the trailblazer behind Harlem Film Company. From her early days as a political activist student to her journey through Hollywood where she became the first Black female creative executive at Disney, Cheryl shares the lessons she's learned along the way. Hear how she navigated working at companies that didn't always align with her values, and how she ultimately founded Harlem Film Company, which hilariously came to be in a white Fiat car. Cheryl's resilience and determination in an industry that is not easy to survive in is an inspiration.
The journey to find your life’s purpose can be intimidating, particularly when faced with discrimination. But for Sarita Mohanty, who also witnessed income and racial inequities early in her medical career, these obstacles led her to her purpose: improving the health and well-being of vulnerable populations. And ultimately to her position as President &CEO of The SCAN Foundation. Sarita’s story is inspiring, illuminating and motivating.
The path to success is seldom a straight line. In this inspiring episode, Colleen Echohawk talks about the experiences that shaped her life, beginning with her upbringing amongst her supportive tribal family in Alaska (which coincidentally was very close to Juliana’s), how the decision to attend a community college was so vital to her learning journey, and the invaluable guidance she received from her mentors. Colleen talks about how the power of community, of belonging, and following her personal motto to "drive for impact and let the rest follow," shaped a successful career that took her from public health research, to leading a non-profit, to running for mayor of Seattle, and to her current role as CEO of Eighth Generation.
Michael Stancampiano was in law school when he was drafted to fight in the Vietnam War. And suddenly he wasn’t sure if he’d ever graduate. But eventually he did just that. He became a lawyer, then a judge, moving from Oklahoma, to Alaska, to Colorado, and briefly to California. Michael worked with native tribes across multiple states, settling land disputes and diving deeply into the Federal laws that impacted their lives – all while raising 4 children. In this very special episode, Juliana interviews her father, sharing insights about her upbringing and her Native American roots.
Growing up in the Bronx, Towanda Vaughns’ dreams of becoming an international fashion designer were unlikely. Passion drove her success. She shares how her tenacity and mindset have grown her career in a male-dominated industry as a minority woman. After 20+ years crisscrossing the globe for various name brands, she now lives in Barcelona and is the Global Denim Director and Creative Consultant and Owner of Towy Vaughns Consultancy.
Many successful entrepreneurs cross between industries. Our guest this month, Amy King, not only crossed between industries to start her own company and a non-profit, she is living out her values of helping others where she sees a need. The conversation is rich and takes twists and turns. From using our privileges to help others to how mentors can help us navigate male-dominated workplaces. Amy King is the CEO of Pallet and Owner of Square Peg Construction, both based in Seattle.
How do working moms juggle careers, parenting, mentorship and more? This month, Juliana and Dr. Avantika Waring speak candidly about loving work and realizing the double standards for women in medicine and being the only woman and minority in the room. Dr. Avantika Waring has been climbing the ladder as a medical director as well as holding a clinical position working across many hospitals to improve the lives of people with diabetes. She is the Chief Medical Officer at 9am.health
Exploring the teammate mentality for success, Juliana talks with her best friend from college and Byline Bank CFO, Lindsay Corby. Lindsay switched from competitive swimming to starting a Division One rowing team when Title 9 provided the opportunity, and the lessons learned stick with her today in the male-dominated field of finance. They discuss paying it forward to other women, the benefits of sitting on boards, and how to make cold-connections on LinkedIn.
How are leading Fortune 500 L&D teams adapting to the new challenges driven by today’s talent crisis? Each month join Oxygen’s subject matter experts and a collection of creative L&D industry leaders as they examine the Radical Outcomes made possible by innovative, holistic learning solutions.View all episodes >
There are those who travel through open doors and land in positions of leadership. And then there are those who overcome enormous obstacles and achieve success against all odds. Join Oxygen CEO Juliana Stancampiano as she explores the Radical Perspectives of other badass leaders and learn how to reach the next level in your career.View all episodes >