Leadership U
Episode #5 - Lester Rector, Networking with a Purpose

Episode #5 - Lester Rector, Networking with a Purpose

September 17, 2019

From his background working at Disney, to a successful career as a recording artist, pastor, author, and now director of Outreach Groups and Campus Chaplin at University of Mt. Olive, Lester has learned the value of connecting with people. 

Today, Lester shares some of his secrets to networking with a purpose. 

Episode #4 - Betsy Jackson, Self Care

Episode #4 - Betsy Jackson, Self Care

August 19, 2019

In this episode of Leadership U, Betsy Jackson, LMHC talks us through the importance of Self-Care and how leaders can develop a healthy lifestyle that allows them to be at their very best.

Episode #3 - Robert Andreou, Hard Work and Various Stories

Episode #3 - Robert Andreou, Hard Work and Various Stories

June 13, 2019

Christina and Jim finally convince their Great-Uncle, Bob to come on the show. 

Enjoy engaging antidotes from this hard-working store owner and the practical insights and bits of wisdom that spill out as he shares memories from his days in Downtown Chicago. 

Episode #2 - Matt Perkins, Leading Through Loss

Episode #2 - Matt Perkins, Leading Through Loss

February 22, 2019
In this episode, we chat with Matt Perkins; musician, songwriter, and Pastor at Peoples Church in Fresno, California. Matt shares his incredible story and talks with us about the process of leading through personal loss. 
 
You can connect with Matt on his website thefamilyblend.com where he and his wife Kari inspire people to take the next step after loss, through life and love. 
Episode #1 - Servant Leadership with Col. Chuck Reif

Episode #1 - Servant Leadership with Col. Chuck Reif

January 24, 2019

For this special flagship episode, hosts Jim and Christina interviewed retired Lt. Col. Charles “Chuck” Reif about Servant Leadership.

Chuck grew up in Southern California and enlisted in the Military in 1968 right after high-school, just in time for the Vietnam War. After serving overseas, Chuck flew A-4 Skyhawks, became a Nuclear Weapons Delivery Instructor, and then switched to Harrier Jets for 15 years. He retired as a Lt. Col. Commanding Officer in Arizona.