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
Kishshana checks in on your wellness and well-being and what that really means for you as a leader right now. “Are We Well?” and do you have a wellness game plan?
Kishshana talks about all things planning and pausing. She shares her experience with planning in her career and professional life as well as in her personal life. Are you getting caught up in the cycle of planning or are you putting off taking a pause?
This summer well series is about wellness and well-being. Kishshana talks about what she’s been doing, seeing, and experiencing since ending Season 2 and reminds us that we will grow where we are watered.
In this wrap-up of Season 2, Kishshana breaks down some of the lessons she learned within this past season about herself and about what it means to be a strong leader. We have to swallow our pride and ask for help when needed.
In this episode, Kishshana sits with organizational leader and community developer Taneshia Nash Laird to discuss something that is almost human nature but can be so destructive to our growth & mental stability and that is comparing ourselves to others and their journeys.
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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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