Stop Keeping Your Head Down and Continue Being Curious – An Interview with Nikki Heise, Chief Learning Officer at Ridgeline Coaching
In this article, WICT volunteer Courtney Madson interviews Nikki Heise, Cheif Learning Officer at Ridgeline Coaching and learns why we should all stop keeping our heads down and continue being curious.
Contributed by Courtney Madson If you ask any professional or look for the “top 10” pieces of career advice, one common tip is to have a mentor. Someone who can guide you, fight for you and help you become a better version of yourself. While […]
Contributed by Jenny Oberhaus We’ve all listened in awe as the most successful people in our industry nonchalantly reference how many business books they typically devour – one per week, six per month, 100 per year – the numbers are staggering and often intimidating. […]
Sally Breyley Parker and Argerie Vasilakes, of Time Zero Enterprises, are proponents of this theory referenced as biomimicry. Working with companies across various industries, they’ve helped organizations perform like highly productive ecosystems. To do this, they’ve not only looked at specific organisms but at the conditions needed to for a successful ecosystem.
WICT volunteer Courtney Madson talks with the VP of Marketing for Turner Sports, Emma May on the correlation of sports and business.
For some, networking can seem more like a task than an opportunity. While others, count the days until their next chance to meet and mingle. No matter your feeling about it, networking is key to both professional and personal growth. With these tips, you’ll be on your way to developing lasting business relationships and becoming a stronger networker.
WICT volunteer Courtney Madson gets leadership advice from the Nashville-based executive, Sarah Trahern, CEO at Country Music Association.