Jennifer Morgan runs a global multi-billion-dollar technology business spanning six continents and encompassing tens of thousands of people and customers. She believes the best leaders are perpetual learners, and she wants you to join her on a leadership journey as she takes you inside the room for authentic, candid conversations with some of the world’s top executives, biggest thinkers, and boldest change agents. You’ll hear from guests like Arianna Huffington, Richard Branson, Gary Vaynerchuk, Simon Sinek, Bobbi Brown, Malcolm Gladwell, and many others as they share their own leadership journeys and offer practical advice on how you can discover the leader within. The podcast is presented by SAP, the world’s largest provider of enterprise application software.
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That’s a wrap! Season 1 of A Call to Lead is in the books. more
This new episode of A Call to Lead has me in Singapore, sitting down in front of a live audience with one of the world’s most respected and popular global movie stars. Michelle Yeoh grew up in Malaysia and England, gained her early fame in Hong Kong ... more
This latest episode features one of the smartest women in retail. Mercedes Abramo is the President and CEO of Cartier North America, and I had the opportunity to sit down with her at Cartier’s Hudson Yards boutique in New York City this past April. G... more
Just a critique. Don’t sell yourself, sell the product. See the Marissa Mayer fiasco. I find it disheartening when people start businesses but then claim a CEO title on the business card with 10 employees. Always product over personality. Bottom line over ego. People are will spend their money on a product to make their life better, but not so much just because you are a likable person.
Thanks for putting together a recap of your Season 1 podcasts. It was my first time listening and I’ll be along for the ride going forward. DMC
Great format and concise interviews with a variety of leaders. Truly helps keep a pulse on what’s going on inside business leaders’ minds. Thanks Jennifer!
Just a critique. Don’t sell yourself, sell the product. See the Marissa Mayer fiasco. I find it heartening when people start businesses but then claim a CEO title on the business card with 10 employees. Always product over personality. Bottom line over ego. People are will spend their money on a product to make their life better, but not so much just because you are a likable person.
Jen consolidates years of experience from powerful leaders into minutes! more
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