The podcast for everyday leaders.
Whether you’re running an organization, a team, or your household, I believe that everyone can lead well and live well.
My Name is Kishshana Palmer and
when it comes to conventional
leadership, I call bullsh*t.
As your resident leadership and management wiz, I’ve learned that leadership has a bad rap. Many folks feel that it’s stuffy. Out of reach. Full of jargon. And only reserved for old white men.
That ends today.
I’m taking my almost two decades in executive leadership and inviting my friends - CEO’s, Strategists, Psychologists and more - to pull up a seat and give you the real deal on what it takes to be a leader on your own terms.
Check out our latest episodes here
In this episode of Let’s Take This Offline, Kishshana Palmer and Rochelle Sodipo discuss the widespread practice of faux vulnerability and the art and seduction of intellectualism.
In this episode of Let’s Take This Offline, The Politics of Community, Liz Miranda shares her journey and the importance of being an effective leader in underrepresented communities.
In this episode of Let’s Take This Offline, Lenita Dunlap, the Chaos Whisperer, helps us to understand how to cut through the chaos for a healthy organization and a healthy you.
In this episode of Let’s Take This Offline, Christal Cherry shares with us how adopting her little boy has not only made her a better person but a better leader.
In the episode of Let’s Take This Offline, Aiko Bethea addresses the hard questions. How are you showing up for your team as a conscious and authentic leader?
In this podcast episode for Let’s Take This Offline, Kishshana Palmer and Danielle Henry take on the topic of Cultural EQ, a topic that’s been dominating boardroom conversations in the workplace.
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What we are looking for:
We know that everyone has a story to tell so here's what we “generally '' look for. You’re a leader of a company, organization, team across any industry. You’re willing to tell the THA TRUTH (so if you need carefully crafted statements we don’t go together) and can “cut up” in the studio. We rap about personal and professional development, wellness and wellbeing, equity and inclusion, family, leaving a legacy, philanthropy...you name it (in my Shirley Caesar voice). And your host is unapologetically Black...every single day.
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