Arizona is rich in success. Our business community is filled with hard-working, progressive leaders striving for a better tomorrow. If you are looking to get to know the faces behind the biggest organizations in AZ, this is the show for you. In every episode, key decision makers in our community share their success stories, failures and visions, so you get insight into their thought process and get inspired.
Jerry Colangelo, Arizona Entrepreneur + Hall of Fame Sports Executive
Jerry Colangelo, Arizona entrepreneur and Hall of Fame Sports Executive, shares his thoughts on his role in creating modern-day Phoenix, the future of the West Valley and what it means to be a lifelong learner.
In an industry where employers typically see high turnover rates, Nikki West, CEO of NYPD Pizza, explains how transparency and a devotion to culture has allowed them to keep up their impressive retention rates.
Toni Morales Broberg, State President, AT&T Arizona
Toni Morales chats about how her diverse work experience has allowed her to approach her job with optimism and how important it is to create a positive work environment that values the community it represents.
From politics to non-profits, Neil Giuliano believes that one of the most important aspects of a great leader is their ability to communicate with their team. The former Tempe Mayor and current CEO of Greater Phoenix Leadership, shares his leadership philosophy through an in depth look at his car...
Kimberly White, CEO and Co-founder of Jabz boxing, discusses the importance of women's empowerment and her experience with franchising. White explains how franchising, despite the challenges, has allowed her to expand the Jabz vision and community.
The business of fitness, how motivational tools can be a universal answer to promoting collaboration. Founder and CEO of Mountainside Fitness, Tom Hatten talks about how he thrives on using common goals to motivate his team to work together.
Dave Richins the CEO of United Food Bank explains the unique challenges involved with running a large organization. Richins touches on the importance of encouraging innovation and how choosing the right people for a team can make all the difference.