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Real Leaders Podcast

Author: Kevin Edwards

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Discover what motivates today’s CEOs, entrepreneurs, and celebrities beyond their chosen careers and the leadership lessons they obtained along the way

Each episode is recorded live on Facebook @realleadersmagazine and is available on iTunes, Spotify, Google Play, Stitcher, and Anchor.

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39 Episodes
David Young is the CEO of Participate an organization that enables teachers and students of all areas to experience a fun education abroad. Many B-Corps are mission driven companies that tend to draw employees who share similar core values and interests, in Participates case they attract employees and students who crave new cultures. In this podcast David shares how Participates model has expanded to now over 450 locations. More episodes at --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. this podcast:
Ep. 37 Why Solar Is Soaring

Ep. 37 Why Solar Is Soaring


Chad Farrell is the Founder and CEO of Encore Renewable Energy who explains where the panels come from, how solar farms are financed and the leadership it takes to sustain a business. This episode was recorded during the Real Leaders Top 100 Impact Companies campaign that highlighted the top businesses who are making a difference.--- Support this podcast:
Episode 36 features Robert Acton, the CEO of Cause Strategy Partners who discusses board seat placement, managing pushback, setting a vision, and inspiring a shared vision. --- Support this podcast:
Because who doesn't want to see how dog toys are made? Bear with us on audio experience as Spencer moves throughout the floor and try to visualize their massive machinery. If you’re at all interested in how West Paw brings these raw materials to life, head over to our facebook page @realleadersmagazine, go-to videos, and then episode 35 to experience the full virtual tour. --- Support this podcast:
Who is the most important person in the building? We sit down with Scott Koloms the CEO of Facilities Management Services who thinks Janitors deserve to be in the discussion. This interview was recorded and published live to our facebook page @realleadersmagazine on January 22 during the Real Leaders 100 Top Impact Companies initiative. Let us know what you think or want to hear by leaving a review!--- Support this podcast:
John-Paul Maxfield is the Founder and CEO of Waste Farmers who believes long-term thinking fundamentally solves the needs of social and environmental problems. On this episode, we dive a little bit deeper about how short-term thinking has inhibited our success as a society. You learn more about his company at  --- Support this podcast:
We sit down with Aaron Fairchild, CEO of Green Canopy to learn how his mission-driven real estate group is creating a  competitive advantage in the housing market. When there are two homes that cost the same but one is environmentally friendly which one would you choose? Visit Green Canopy at --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. this podcast:
From music to cryptocurrency, see how one of the world's most popular artists is harnessing his platform for good.  Majority of the public  know Akon as the artist who ruled the early 2000's hip/hop and R&B scene bringing us hit albums Trouble, Konvicted, and Freedom, but few are aware of his efforts to rebuild and restore the land he came from - Africa. Listen to the never before heard story of how he is activating Africa. Full story at This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. this podcast:
Thomas Raffa, founder of Raffa-Marcum’s Nonprofit & Social Sector Group, shares his thoughts on shared value principles, what lead him to start a mission oriented company with quality services and how his group is benefiting from a shared leadership approach. This is a great interview if you are curious about how a company can reduce your turnover and lead with a shared vision.--- Support this podcast:
Ep. 30 How To Change Minds

Ep. 30 How To Change Minds


Kristin Carroll is the CEO of Rescue The Behavior Change Agency who was working for a major marketing firm in NYC when she realized she wanted to align her business acumen with positive behavior change. Rescue does this through health communications, policy change to try and shift environments that shift behaviors, altering social norms to ensure healthier behaviors become normal behaviors. You can see the live interview by clicking on this link! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. this podcast:
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