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Dole Leadership Series Podcast

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The Bob and Elizabeth Dole Series on Leadership is designed to help our country better understand what makes for effective, strong leadership across a variety of institutions. It features the work and ideas of prominent influencers with diverse viewpoints from across government, business, science, and other disciplines.

Latest Episodes

Episode 11: Siemens President and CEO Barbara Humpton

Barbara Humpton, Siemens President and CEO joined Jason Grumet at the end of 2019 for a conversation covering a broad array of issues including how to help employees adapt to a changing workforce, the importance of inter-generational collaboration in a company of the 21st century, what role she sees corporate leaders playing in society and more.

59 minFEB 28
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Episode 11: Siemens President and CEO Barbara Humpton

Episode 10: Hank Meijer on the Late Senator Arthur Vandenberg

In 2019, Hendrik G. "Hank" Meijer, co-chairman and CEO of the supermarket chain Meijer, joined BPC President Jason Grumet for a discussion about his biography on the late Senator Arthur Vandenberg. Meijer and Grumet discuss the significant impact Vandenburg’s ability to reach across the aisle had on US foreign policy and what today’s policymakers can learn from the late senator from Michigan.

67 minJAN 24
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Episode 10: Hank Meijer on the Late Senator Arthur Vandenberg

Episode 9: Don Graham

Don Graham, former publisher of The Washington Post and co-founder of TheDream.US joined BPC president Jason Grumet for the Bob and Elizabeth Dole Series on Leadership. Graham discussed how he gained leadership skills by meeting people where they are, whether that was during his time serving in the Vietnam war or getting to know employees of all levels atThe Washington Post.Graham also talked extensively about providing opportunities for DREAMers through the scholarship programs at TheDream.US.

64 min2019 DEC 20
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Episode 9: Don Graham

Episode 8: David Gergen

In September 2018, David Gergen a professor at Harvard University and senior political analyst for CNN sat down with BPC president Jason Grumet to discuss the current political climate, the necessity of civility in public discourse and what today’s political leaders can learn from traditions of the past. Note: This conversation took place in 2018 and due to this some of the topics covered related to the news cycle may be outdated.

64 min2019 NOV 12
Comments
Episode 8: David Gergen

Episode 7: The Life of Barbara Bush with Susan Page

What is it like to be the First Lady of the United States of America? Susan Page, the current Washington Bureau Chief for USA Today, set out to learn just that when she wrote a biography on the life of Barbara Bush.

53 min2019 OCT 10
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Episode 7: The Life of Barbara Bush with Susan Page

Episode 6: NAACP President and CEO Derrick Johnson

Derrick Johnson leads the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, the country’s largest civil rights organization. During this conversation, Johnson discusses fostering an equitable society, spurring social mobility, and the importance of maintaining civility in public discourse.

45 min2019 SEP 26
Comments
Episode 6: NAACP President and CEO Derrick Johnson

Episode 5: Occidental Petroleum CEO Vicki Hollub

How did Vicki Hollub become the first woman to head a major oil company? Through hard work, putting herself in other people’s shoes, and seeking to learn from those she admired. Hollub discusses her path to taking the lead at Occidental Petroleum and hw she strives to put her employees first in her conversation with BPC president Jason Grumet.

54 min2019 SEP 5
Comments
Episode 5: Occidental Petroleum CEO Vicki Hollub

Episode 4: The Notion of Grit and UMBC President Freeman Hrabrowski

How do you transform a racially divided college into one that welcomes students every year from more than 100 countries? Freeman Hrabrowski did just that as the President of University of Maryland Baltimore County since he took on this position in 1992. BPC President Jason Grumet sits down with Hrabrowski to discuss overcoming these obstacles, how to promote access and diversity in STEM, and how to bring out the educator in all of us.

57 min2019 AUG 22
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Episode 4: The Notion of Grit and UMBC President Freeman Hrabrowski

Episode 3: United Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz

“The fact in life is that we [minorities] do need to work harder, and work harder we shall” Oscar Munoz, CEO of United Airlines discusses overcoming adversity to become the CEO of one of the world’s largest airlines, how he is working to cultivate success among his employees, and what role CEOs have in public policy.

49 min2019 AUG 8
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Episode 3: United Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz

Freshmen Women of Congress

EBPC president Jason Grumet sits down for an intimate conversation with three Women Warriors and current members of Congress.

49 min2019 JUL 25
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Latest Episodes

Episode 11: Siemens President and CEO Barbara Humpton

Barbara Humpton, Siemens President and CEO joined Jason Grumet at the end of 2019 for a conversation covering a broad array of issues including how to help employees adapt to a changing workforce, the importance of inter-generational collaboration in a company of the 21st century, what role she sees corporate leaders playing in society and more.

59 minFEB 28
Comments
Episode 11: Siemens President and CEO Barbara Humpton

Episode 10: Hank Meijer on the Late Senator Arthur Vandenberg

In 2019, Hendrik G. "Hank" Meijer, co-chairman and CEO of the supermarket chain Meijer, joined BPC President Jason Grumet for a discussion about his biography on the late Senator Arthur Vandenberg. Meijer and Grumet discuss the significant impact Vandenburg’s ability to reach across the aisle had on US foreign policy and what today’s policymakers can learn from the late senator from Michigan.

67 minJAN 24
Comments
Episode 10: Hank Meijer on the Late Senator Arthur Vandenberg

Episode 9: Don Graham

Don Graham, former publisher of The Washington Post and co-founder of TheDream.US joined BPC president Jason Grumet for the Bob and Elizabeth Dole Series on Leadership. Graham discussed how he gained leadership skills by meeting people where they are, whether that was during his time serving in the Vietnam war or getting to know employees of all levels atThe Washington Post.Graham also talked extensively about providing opportunities for DREAMers through the scholarship programs at TheDream.US.

64 min2019 DEC 20
Comments
Episode 9: Don Graham

Episode 8: David Gergen

In September 2018, David Gergen a professor at Harvard University and senior political analyst for CNN sat down with BPC president Jason Grumet to discuss the current political climate, the necessity of civility in public discourse and what today’s political leaders can learn from traditions of the past. Note: This conversation took place in 2018 and due to this some of the topics covered related to the news cycle may be outdated.

64 min2019 NOV 12
Comments
Episode 8: David Gergen

Episode 7: The Life of Barbara Bush with Susan Page

What is it like to be the First Lady of the United States of America? Susan Page, the current Washington Bureau Chief for USA Today, set out to learn just that when she wrote a biography on the life of Barbara Bush.

53 min2019 OCT 10
Comments
Episode 7: The Life of Barbara Bush with Susan Page

Episode 6: NAACP President and CEO Derrick Johnson

Derrick Johnson leads the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, the country’s largest civil rights organization. During this conversation, Johnson discusses fostering an equitable society, spurring social mobility, and the importance of maintaining civility in public discourse.

45 min2019 SEP 26
Comments
Episode 6: NAACP President and CEO Derrick Johnson

Episode 5: Occidental Petroleum CEO Vicki Hollub

How did Vicki Hollub become the first woman to head a major oil company? Through hard work, putting herself in other people’s shoes, and seeking to learn from those she admired. Hollub discusses her path to taking the lead at Occidental Petroleum and hw she strives to put her employees first in her conversation with BPC president Jason Grumet.

54 min2019 SEP 5
Comments
Episode 5: Occidental Petroleum CEO Vicki Hollub

Episode 4: The Notion of Grit and UMBC President Freeman Hrabrowski

How do you transform a racially divided college into one that welcomes students every year from more than 100 countries? Freeman Hrabrowski did just that as the President of University of Maryland Baltimore County since he took on this position in 1992. BPC President Jason Grumet sits down with Hrabrowski to discuss overcoming these obstacles, how to promote access and diversity in STEM, and how to bring out the educator in all of us.

57 min2019 AUG 22
Comments
Episode 4: The Notion of Grit and UMBC President Freeman Hrabrowski

Episode 3: United Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz

“The fact in life is that we [minorities] do need to work harder, and work harder we shall” Oscar Munoz, CEO of United Airlines discusses overcoming adversity to become the CEO of one of the world’s largest airlines, how he is working to cultivate success among his employees, and what role CEOs have in public policy.

49 min2019 AUG 8
Comments
Episode 3: United Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz

Freshmen Women of Congress

EBPC president Jason Grumet sits down for an intimate conversation with three Women Warriors and current members of Congress.

49 min2019 JUL 25
Comments
Freshmen Women of Congress
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