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I have had the privilege of being both a guest on several podcasts and a host for InterVision’s Status Go podcast. To see only those on which I was guest, select the Category “Guest”. For episodes I hosted, select the Category “Host”. Thank You!

A great conversation with host, John Rouda! Together we geeked out on technology leadership, Commodore 64s, rock and roll, Lewis and Clark and a whole lot more!

On A Geek Leader, John Rouda talks to leaders in all types of arenas as a way to inspire and grow IT Leaders where ever he can. He wants to leave the tech community in a better place than he found it. Listen to more episodes of A Geek Leader here: https://www.ageekleader.com/

In March, I was honored to be a guest on the Leaders of Transformation podcast with host Nicole Jansen. In the conversation, I explain how the role of the CIO has evolved and why it’s necessary to build strategic partnerships with your IT vendors. He also describes several examples of traditionally non-tech industries that are being transformed through innovative technology and foresight. Don’t be left behind! Listen in and discover how you can drive differentiation in your industry using strategic planning and technology.

Our world needs more people who will step up and be a Leader of Transformation. Leaders who elevate others, empower them, give them a hand up, and encourage them to be their best. Who replace fear, doubt and judgement with faith, hope and love. Who take the lead and encourage new habits that support the health of our planet, our relationships and our life experience. It starts with leading ourselves first. Listen to more episodes here:

http://leadersoftransformation.com/podcasts/

As part of DoubleHorn’s C-Level Chats, I sit down to discuss preventing disasters and the misconceptions behind data security.

Double Horn is an independent, unbiased cloud services brokerage company based in Austin, TX delivering public cloud infrastructure solutions. In their C-Level Chat series the discuss business strategy and thought leadership, guiding through C-suite executive experiences.

Judd WilliamsStatus Go – Episode 68

Judd Williams has one of the coolest jobs in all of Information Technology. He is the CIO for the NCAA. Not only does he get to talk tech, he gets to do it while talking about sports! Earlier this year, I sat down to talk with Judd about the journey he and his team have been on over the last seven years and some of the cool apps they have developed for college sports. 

As Judd describes it, the state of the IT department of the NCAA when he arrived was “aimless”. They were missing some key positions and were order-takers only. Now, seven years later they are an award winning IT department: Computer World’s Best Places to Work in IT three years running; Information Week’s Elite 100 and IDG’s Digital Edge 50. 

Throughout our discussion, Judd shares his insights into leadership, technology, and business. 

Status Go is the weekly podcast from InterVision. We provide actionable insights from technology leaders to technology leaders who want to break out of the status quo and lead their businesses into the new future. Listen to more of our episodes here: https://www.intervision.com/statusgo-podcasts/

Status Go #AmplifyYourLeadershipStatus Go – Episode 67

I recently had the opportunity to interview a panel of amazing women who spend their days delivering AI, real world AI to their businesses and clients. These Superwomen of AI included: 

Author, speaker and human capital advisor from USI, Lauren Grey Flanagan. Lauren is the author of 1001 Watts…and the person responsible for bringing this amazing group together. 

Jana Fuelberth is the president of analytic.li, a company at the intersection of data-driven businesses and HR. 

Nayeli Hernandez is a data analyst focused on human capital management for CarDon, owner and operator of senior living facilities throughout the midwest. 

Allyson Jacobsen is the Global Marketing Director of Artificial Intelligence and Analytics Solutions at GE Healthcare. 

Together we discussed their stories and the use cases they have implemented for AI. This discussion is packed with real world advice on how to get started with driving results through AI in your business. 

We also addressed the elephant in the room…women in tech…what drew them to this career and what advice they would give to other women on this journey. Case in point. Weeks later I had the opportunity to meet a grad student who was interested in a career that combines healthcare, analytics and AI. I reached out to this group to ask if they would meet with her. The responses came back within hours. YES! Each one a yes! That is putting action behind their words! 

Status Go is the weekly podcast from InterVision. We provide actionable insights from technology leaders to technology leaders who want to break out of the status quo and lead their businesses into the new future. Listen to more of our episodes here: https://www.intervision.com/statusgo-podcasts/

Status Go #AmplifyYourLeadershipStatus Go – Episode 65

I’ve known Andy for a number of years and had countless conversations. This one was one of the best. In this episode we talk, not only of Andy’s first six weeks as CIO of a non-profit, but also, his decision to relocate from Indianapolis to Austin to take the position. As he states “where we grow the most is where we are uncomfortable”. 

During his recent job search, he reached out to over 200 CIOs and senior IT leaders. Of these, over ⅓ accepted his connection request. That is a great example of building a powerful professional network. 

Once he arrived in Austin, the work began. Take a listen to this episode. Andy will take you on his journey and share some of the lessons learned along the way! 

Status Go is the weekly podcast from InterVision. We provide actionable insights from technology leaders to technology leaders who want to break out of the status quo and lead their businesses into the new future. Listen to more of our episodes here: https://www.intervision.com/statusgo-podcasts/

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