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Profiles in Leadership

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Dr. Steve Anderson is a storyteller and a lifelong learner who is deeply committed to helping leaders grow. Born out of deep seeded curiosity and passion, Steve launched his podcast as a vehicle for interviewing accomplished leaders who excel in building cultures and developing teams that create impact and deliver value to customers, employees and stakeholders. In this capacity, he is able to tap into his experience as a CEO of a $75 million-dollar company and a 39 year career as a Physical Therapist to ask questions that produce answers for those at all levels – from entry level professionals to seasoned executives – can learn from and build upon. Steve is known for interviewing guests from a wide range of backgrounds and digging deep to find “Pearls of Wisdom” that can be put into practice as professionals look to learn and grow. Steve is an Executive Coach at Orange Dot Coaching.

Latest Episodes

Alan J. Murray CEO of Empire BlueCross Blue Shield in New York talks about his leadership style and leading a company during a pandemic

Alan J. Murray is president of Empire BlueCross BlueShield’s commercial plan in New York. Alan possesses an in-depth knowledge of the healthcare industry and specifically the New York market which greatly benefits our consumers, customers and provider partners in New York. Prior to joining Empire, he most recently served as the founding President and CEO of Northwell’s CareConnect Insurance Company, Inc., the first provider-owned commercial insurance plan in New York State. Preceding his career at CareConnect, Alan held the position of Vice President, New York Market Lead at United Healthcare for more than four years and spent five years at Anthem preceding that as Regional Vice President, New York Provider & Ancillary Network Development. Alan earned a Bachelor of Science degree in 2005 from Open University, Milton Keynes, United Kingdom and served as a Second Officer in the British Merchant Navy for six years. He lives in Syosset, NY with his wife, three children and two dogs.

54 min2 w ago
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Alan J. Murray CEO of Empire BlueCross Blue Shield in New York talks about his leadership style and leading a company during a pandemic

CEO's learned a lot leading their companies through a pandemic. Mike Horsfield, CEO of Rock Valley Physical Therapy

Mike Horsfield returns to the program to discuss what lessons were learned while leading in new territory during an international pandemic. He self admits he gets geared up and actually enjoys "a train wreck" to lead through and COVID 19 certainly pushed him to a new level of crisis management. Communicating with your people and being transparent is the key to working through the huge challenges this pandemic has thrown at the business world and the health of the communities our businesses are in. What lessons did we learn and where do we go from here. Business leadership was and still is being tested at the highest level. What moves you make and how you can reassure your employees is paramount right now. Mike gives great insight into his thought process and how he believes coaching and mentoring should be used in organizations . He is also running for Private Practice Section of the American Physical Therapy Association President position with election results revealed in early Nov...

63 minSEP 21
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CEO's learned a lot leading their companies through a pandemic. Mike Horsfield, CEO of Rock Valley Physical Therapy

A Navy Seal, FBI agent and now Business Coach, Errol Doebler

Errol Doebler has had what most people would think is an exciting life. From the Naval Academy to a Navy Seal and then an FBI agent his life has been certainly interesting. He had some hard lessons to learn along the way and had to learn how to reinvent himself after everything he fought so hard for to become a Navy Seal was taken away when he was injured and had to give up his dream job. He learned what poor leadership looks like serving in the FBI. Now as a Business Coach he takes what he has learned through his incredible journey and shows how the principles of success are the same for running a business and leading employees and your executive team. Errol Doebler is the creator of The Process, Art, and Science of Leadership. Through Leader 193, his leadership consulting firm, he teaches his methodology to business leaders around the world. Errol developed this methodology through his experience as a United States Naval Officer, where he served as a Surface Warfare Officer and Na...

62 minSEP 10
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A Navy Seal, FBI agent and now Business Coach, Errol Doebler

Update: Battling Stage IV Pancreatic Cancer Takes Everything, All You Have, Jeff Ostrowski

Jeff Ostrowski is the first guest to be on the program for a second time. He was interviewed about 15 months ago shortly after he was diagnosed with stage IV pancreatic cancer in the prime of his life. On episode 45 he goes deep and shares how devastating the news was and how difficult chemotherapy was to get through. In this episode we check back in with Jeff to see how his battle is going. Jeff is very brave to wade into the darkness of the disease, the emotions of fear and how special relationships are the key to his survival. His openness and willingness to be vulnerable is a gift to those of us who listen and try to image how tough his journey is. His positive mindset is impressive and the love he has for his family jumps out at your during our discussion. A brave man, a proud man, a generous man in the battle for his life. This is an episode you won't forget.

62 minAUG 24
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Update: Battling Stage IV Pancreatic Cancer Takes Everything, All You Have, Jeff Ostrowski

From Rock DJ to Physical Therapist, quite a stretch for a career change!

Discussion with Jimmy McKay a physical therapist who earned his degree in Communications and entered his dream job as a Rock radio station DJ. He later discovered physical therapy as he was training for an Ironman competition and one of the guys on the team was a PT. We discuss the long road to switch gears and get into and through PT school. We also talk music and how now he is back doing similar things as the Director of Communications for Fox Rehab as he was at the radio station just now gearing the message to a very different audience. He says he found his people with PT's and feels like he has combined the best of both his worlds in healthcare.

62 minAUG 10
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From Rock DJ to Physical Therapist, quite a stretch for a career change!

Interview with Gabby Reece

Gabby Reece is not only a volleyball legend, but an inspirational leader, New York Times bestselling author, wife, and mother. The former professional beach volleyball player and Nike's first female spokeswoman is the definition of both athleticism and beauty. Gabby won an athletic scholarship to Florida State University where she played two seasons before accepting offers from the modeling world. During her time at FSU she set two school volleyball records that still stand today. Gabby created with her husband big wave surfer and waterman Laird Hamilton, a company Extreme Performance Training, XPT. XPT is a unique and powerful fitness training and lifestyle program featuring their unique water workouts, performance breathing, recovery methods and high-intensity and endurance training for people of all fitness levels and backgrounds. Gabby's most recent book, My Foot Is Too Big for the Glass Slipper, boldly shares her personal story of real-life ups and downs of motherhood and caree...

56 minJUL 27
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Interview with Gabby Reece

Interview with Matt Johnson

Matt Johnson is a marketing agency founder, podcaster, and musician. Matt runs a podcast launch & production agency based in San Diego, an international team that helps business coaches, consultants and thought leaders use done-for-you podcasting to attract an audience, build influence & become MicroFamous. Matt is the author of MicroFamous and currently hosts the MicroFamous podcast. He is a frequent podcast guest and event speaker to audiences around the US, Canada, and Australia.

46 minJUL 13
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Interview with Matt Johnson

Interview with Gaby Dalkin

"What's Gaby Cooking?" has become a powerful brand in the food and lifestyle world. Gaby Dalkin describes herself as a communicator who happens to be a Chef! She loves interacting with people, cooking and traveling and she has found a way to share it on social media, authoring 3 bestselling cookbooks and forming partnerships with well known brands in the industry. Her passion is infectious and her driving to succeed is inspiring. She continues to build an empire that people just want to be a part of. She grew up a picky eater and now she shows people that anyone can cook and entertain as well as eat good healthy food. A success story you just can't resist!

50 minJUN 29
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Interview with Gaby Dalkin

Interview with Steve Miletich

Steve Miletich has worked as a reporter at The Seattle Times for more than 20 years, covering air-safety issues, criminal-justice matters, police reform and a wide range of watchdog and investigative projects. He was part of a team of Times reporters that was awarded the 2010 Pulitzer Prize for breaking news for coverage of the killing of four police officers in Lakewood, Wash. He was also a finalist in 2007. In May of 2020 he received his second Pulitzer Prize for his work on a 4 person team covering issues with the Boeing 737 Max airliner. He previously worked at the Seattle Post-Intelligencer from 1981 to 1999 and The Journal-American in Bellevue, Wa, from 1976 to 1981

34 minJUN 15
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Interview with Steve Miletich

Interview with Tony Gemignani

Tony Gemignani is a 13 time world champion Pizzaiolo from San Francisco. He is the chef and owner of 28 locations in Northern California and Las Vegas. Tony has been perfecting his craft for more than 2 decades and holds an impressive set of awards for his pizza making and tossing skills. He is the proprietor of the International School of Pizza in San Francisco, where he certifies chefs from around the world, and is an official U.S. Ambassador of Neapolitan Pizza by the city of Naples, Italy. Tony has also been inducted four times into the Guinness World Book of Records. Tony has appeared on several popular shows including Good Morning America, The Today Show, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, and is a regular on Food Network Channel. He is the author of PIZZA, Tony and the Pizza Champions, and The Pizza Bible, the definitive book on Pizza. In this interview he talks of building a strong team and always striving to learn and grow.

57 minJUN 1
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Interview with Tony Gemignani

Latest Episodes

Alan J. Murray CEO of Empire BlueCross Blue Shield in New York talks about his leadership style and leading a company during a pandemic

Alan J. Murray is president of Empire BlueCross BlueShield’s commercial plan in New York. Alan possesses an in-depth knowledge of the healthcare industry and specifically the New York market which greatly benefits our consumers, customers and provider partners in New York. Prior to joining Empire, he most recently served as the founding President and CEO of Northwell’s CareConnect Insurance Company, Inc., the first provider-owned commercial insurance plan in New York State. Preceding his career at CareConnect, Alan held the position of Vice President, New York Market Lead at United Healthcare for more than four years and spent five years at Anthem preceding that as Regional Vice President, New York Provider & Ancillary Network Development. Alan earned a Bachelor of Science degree in 2005 from Open University, Milton Keynes, United Kingdom and served as a Second Officer in the British Merchant Navy for six years. He lives in Syosset, NY with his wife, three children and two dogs.

54 min2 w ago
Comments
Alan J. Murray CEO of Empire BlueCross Blue Shield in New York talks about his leadership style and leading a company during a pandemic

CEO's learned a lot leading their companies through a pandemic. Mike Horsfield, CEO of Rock Valley Physical Therapy

Mike Horsfield returns to the program to discuss what lessons were learned while leading in new territory during an international pandemic. He self admits he gets geared up and actually enjoys "a train wreck" to lead through and COVID 19 certainly pushed him to a new level of crisis management. Communicating with your people and being transparent is the key to working through the huge challenges this pandemic has thrown at the business world and the health of the communities our businesses are in. What lessons did we learn and where do we go from here. Business leadership was and still is being tested at the highest level. What moves you make and how you can reassure your employees is paramount right now. Mike gives great insight into his thought process and how he believes coaching and mentoring should be used in organizations . He is also running for Private Practice Section of the American Physical Therapy Association President position with election results revealed in early Nov...

63 minSEP 21
Comments
CEO's learned a lot leading their companies through a pandemic. Mike Horsfield, CEO of Rock Valley Physical Therapy

A Navy Seal, FBI agent and now Business Coach, Errol Doebler

Errol Doebler has had what most people would think is an exciting life. From the Naval Academy to a Navy Seal and then an FBI agent his life has been certainly interesting. He had some hard lessons to learn along the way and had to learn how to reinvent himself after everything he fought so hard for to become a Navy Seal was taken away when he was injured and had to give up his dream job. He learned what poor leadership looks like serving in the FBI. Now as a Business Coach he takes what he has learned through his incredible journey and shows how the principles of success are the same for running a business and leading employees and your executive team. Errol Doebler is the creator of The Process, Art, and Science of Leadership. Through Leader 193, his leadership consulting firm, he teaches his methodology to business leaders around the world. Errol developed this methodology through his experience as a United States Naval Officer, where he served as a Surface Warfare Officer and Na...

62 minSEP 10
Comments
A Navy Seal, FBI agent and now Business Coach, Errol Doebler

Update: Battling Stage IV Pancreatic Cancer Takes Everything, All You Have, Jeff Ostrowski

Jeff Ostrowski is the first guest to be on the program for a second time. He was interviewed about 15 months ago shortly after he was diagnosed with stage IV pancreatic cancer in the prime of his life. On episode 45 he goes deep and shares how devastating the news was and how difficult chemotherapy was to get through. In this episode we check back in with Jeff to see how his battle is going. Jeff is very brave to wade into the darkness of the disease, the emotions of fear and how special relationships are the key to his survival. His openness and willingness to be vulnerable is a gift to those of us who listen and try to image how tough his journey is. His positive mindset is impressive and the love he has for his family jumps out at your during our discussion. A brave man, a proud man, a generous man in the battle for his life. This is an episode you won't forget.

62 minAUG 24
Comments
Update: Battling Stage IV Pancreatic Cancer Takes Everything, All You Have, Jeff Ostrowski

From Rock DJ to Physical Therapist, quite a stretch for a career change!

Discussion with Jimmy McKay a physical therapist who earned his degree in Communications and entered his dream job as a Rock radio station DJ. He later discovered physical therapy as he was training for an Ironman competition and one of the guys on the team was a PT. We discuss the long road to switch gears and get into and through PT school. We also talk music and how now he is back doing similar things as the Director of Communications for Fox Rehab as he was at the radio station just now gearing the message to a very different audience. He says he found his people with PT's and feels like he has combined the best of both his worlds in healthcare.

62 minAUG 10
Comments
From Rock DJ to Physical Therapist, quite a stretch for a career change!

Interview with Gabby Reece

Gabby Reece is not only a volleyball legend, but an inspirational leader, New York Times bestselling author, wife, and mother. The former professional beach volleyball player and Nike's first female spokeswoman is the definition of both athleticism and beauty. Gabby won an athletic scholarship to Florida State University where she played two seasons before accepting offers from the modeling world. During her time at FSU she set two school volleyball records that still stand today. Gabby created with her husband big wave surfer and waterman Laird Hamilton, a company Extreme Performance Training, XPT. XPT is a unique and powerful fitness training and lifestyle program featuring their unique water workouts, performance breathing, recovery methods and high-intensity and endurance training for people of all fitness levels and backgrounds. Gabby's most recent book, My Foot Is Too Big for the Glass Slipper, boldly shares her personal story of real-life ups and downs of motherhood and caree...

56 minJUL 27
Comments
Interview with Gabby Reece

Interview with Matt Johnson

Matt Johnson is a marketing agency founder, podcaster, and musician. Matt runs a podcast launch & production agency based in San Diego, an international team that helps business coaches, consultants and thought leaders use done-for-you podcasting to attract an audience, build influence & become MicroFamous. Matt is the author of MicroFamous and currently hosts the MicroFamous podcast. He is a frequent podcast guest and event speaker to audiences around the US, Canada, and Australia.

46 minJUL 13
Comments
Interview with Matt Johnson

Interview with Gaby Dalkin

"What's Gaby Cooking?" has become a powerful brand in the food and lifestyle world. Gaby Dalkin describes herself as a communicator who happens to be a Chef! She loves interacting with people, cooking and traveling and she has found a way to share it on social media, authoring 3 bestselling cookbooks and forming partnerships with well known brands in the industry. Her passion is infectious and her driving to succeed is inspiring. She continues to build an empire that people just want to be a part of. She grew up a picky eater and now she shows people that anyone can cook and entertain as well as eat good healthy food. A success story you just can't resist!

50 minJUN 29
Comments
Interview with Gaby Dalkin

Interview with Steve Miletich

Steve Miletich has worked as a reporter at The Seattle Times for more than 20 years, covering air-safety issues, criminal-justice matters, police reform and a wide range of watchdog and investigative projects. He was part of a team of Times reporters that was awarded the 2010 Pulitzer Prize for breaking news for coverage of the killing of four police officers in Lakewood, Wash. He was also a finalist in 2007. In May of 2020 he received his second Pulitzer Prize for his work on a 4 person team covering issues with the Boeing 737 Max airliner. He previously worked at the Seattle Post-Intelligencer from 1981 to 1999 and The Journal-American in Bellevue, Wa, from 1976 to 1981

34 minJUN 15
Comments
Interview with Steve Miletich

Interview with Tony Gemignani

Tony Gemignani is a 13 time world champion Pizzaiolo from San Francisco. He is the chef and owner of 28 locations in Northern California and Las Vegas. Tony has been perfecting his craft for more than 2 decades and holds an impressive set of awards for his pizza making and tossing skills. He is the proprietor of the International School of Pizza in San Francisco, where he certifies chefs from around the world, and is an official U.S. Ambassador of Neapolitan Pizza by the city of Naples, Italy. Tony has also been inducted four times into the Guinness World Book of Records. Tony has appeared on several popular shows including Good Morning America, The Today Show, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, and is a regular on Food Network Channel. He is the author of PIZZA, Tony and the Pizza Champions, and The Pizza Bible, the definitive book on Pizza. In this interview he talks of building a strong team and always striving to learn and grow.

57 minJUN 1
Comments
Interview with Tony Gemignani
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