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 sits down with certified Gallup CliftonStrengths Coach, Damali Smith Tolson to get into the nitty gritty on how can we make our strengths work for us in the corporate sector.
In this episode, Kishshana sits down with a longtime friend and amazing spirit, Maria Smith Dautruche to discuss the idea of just “being basic” as a Black woman.
In this episode, Kishshana is joined by a long-time friend and inspiration, Ify Walker. Get your pen and notepad and take some notes! There are some gems shared by Ify that take authenticity to a whole new level.
In this upcoming season 2, Kishshana will focus on Professional Development. Kishshana is going to talk with armchair experts on authenticity, seeking out possibilities, and thriving.
In this special bonus episode, we are gifted with the words of wisdom of none other than Kishshana’s Jamaican Daddy, Bernard Palmer.
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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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