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The Strata Leadership Show is a podcast dedicated to helping you gain clarity, lead effectively, and drive results for yourself, your team, and your organization. www. strataleadership.com
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Mark Helm, President and CEO of Dolese Bros, Co., discusses with Nathan Mellor on the Strata Leadership Show his work and leadership experiences. Spanning 36 years in construction materials for both public and private companies, Helm held positions in engineering, technical services, operations management, business development, and sales until increasing responsibility to President/CEO's current position. 
CEO of Kimray Thomas Hill, author of "Recovering Leadership," discusses with Dr. Nathan Mellor how he changed his life and became a better leader after addressing the issues that had developed during his life.
President and CEO of Goodwill Industries, Jim Priest discusses with Dr. Nathan Mellor his career of connecting people and leadership. As a speaker, coach, trusted advisor, and counselor, Jim's humor, warmth and multilateral insights have made him an innovator in both the for-profit and nonprofit sectors.
Dot Rhyne, founder and president of Brand Talkers, discusses with Dr. Nathan Mellor how she discovered that her curious and inquisitive nature is her defining strength. She learned to listen and ask questions others weren’t always comfortable asking. Along the way, she became a student of great conversations and made smart sales communication her holy grail.She is best known for helping others see past the obvious to the possible, to find new and creative ways grow revenue and strengthen relationships through innovative strategies, compelling stories and high-value conversations. A natural connector and builder of people and concepts, Dot is who you turn to when you want to color outside the lines and imagine a new way to do something – and depending on what that may be, she’ll be the first to tell you if she can’t bring the idea to life, she’ll know someone who can. With several decades of experience and life lessons to draw from, Dot will likely never run out of stories to share and will never stop asking others, “What’s your story?”
A Human Resources leader and Business Partner to the Product Development Team at Rivian with 25 years of experience across industries and organization types, R. Scott Griffin visits with Dr. Nathan Mellor about his journey to continually help others. Listen as he talks about valuing people greatly and striving to make things better for everyone he encounters.
Mo Anderson, Vice-Chair of the board for Keller Williams, discusses her positive mindset approach to life that has continually helped her recognize opportunities throughout her life. Nicknamed the “Velvet Hammer” for her soft and distinctly effective leadership style, Mo Anderson’s integrity, faith, and unending drive positioned Keller Williams to become one of the most successful franchises in real estate history. 
Judy R. McReynolds is the Chairman, President, and CEO at ArcBest, a publicly-traded logistics company comprised of creative problem-solvers who deliver integrated solutions to their customers. Raised in Norman, Oklahoma, and now the CEO of a corporation based out of Ft. Smith, Arkansas, Judy highlights the role that grit, determination, and hard work have played in her success and the success of her company. In her journey through leadership, she's learned to trust her instincts, take more risks, and act decisively. "The power of the organization comes from people."-Judy R. McReynolds
Nancee Roberson-Caldwell, Senior Vice President of American Fidelity, the fourth largest privately-owned insurance company in America joins host, Dr. Nathan Mellor, on the Strata Leadership Show. Nancee shares how the same mindset that made her successful as the first full-scholarship basketball player at Harding University and rebound record-holder has contributed to her success as a leader. 
Nathan is joined by his dad, David Mellor, or "Coach Mellor" as he is known by those close to him. Coach shares his journey of coming out of a difficult childhood and becoming an adult who looks for opportunities to make life better for others, whether that be as an educator, foster parent, minister, or football coach. He encourages everyone to lead where they are, no matter how small the role or how menial the task."If you can get people to lead where they are, what normally happens is somebody will recognize that and give an opportunity to lead in a bigger way. Lead where you are."
Lyn Watson is a "force of nature". In this episode, she shares her story of growing up in Lawton, Oklahoma, and realizing that she was a leader. You will hear her story of choosing to serve others and experience gratitude despite being diagnosed with cancer.
Dr. Susan DeWoody shares about the motivators, mentors, and moments that lead her to become one of the youngest provosts in the United States and the first female provost in the 110-year history of Oklahoma Baptist University.
Supporting people through times of challenge and also challenging them so they can reach further than they could if they were not being pushed was what led Dr. Erin Greilick through the path, academically and professionally, that has brought her to where she is today. 
Amy Downs shouldn’t even be here. Seven years into her job at what we now know as Allegiance Credit Union, a bomb exploded in her building, killing 168 people, including 18 of her 33 co-workers. Amy fell three stories and was buried alive for over six hours.Today, Amy is now President and an award-winning CEO. Rather than being taken down by that catastrophe, Allegiance Credit Union grew by 400% and is consistently voted a Best Place to Work in Oklahoma. This year, Amy was recognized by the Oklahoma Journal Record as a “Most Admired CEO.”Drawing on her new book about these experiences, called “Hope Is A Verb,” Amy is excited to share with you what she has learned about how you can respond to this crisis we find ourselves in — and how to actually have your organization come out of it even stronger. Get your copy today! https://amzn.to/35D2sno
Jeremiah Shaw has a genuine desire to understand others’ stories, explore their challenges, and connect them to resources that will help them win.Jeremiah earned a BS in Industrial Safety from the University of Central Oklahoma. This foundation continues to feed his interest in safe work environments.After graduation, Jeremiah worked for Young Life, where he facilitated efforts in bringing together volunteers, businesses, non-profits, and schools for the betterment of students within the community.  His diverse job description provided strong skills in marketing, training, business development, and leadership that served him during his time in sales at Deep Fork Tree Farm.Jeremiah, his wife Whitney, and their three young children live in Edmond, Oklahoma where they continue to serve their community through several non-profit organizations.
American professional basketball coach and former player, lead assistant coach for the Toronto Raptors of the NBA talks with Dr. Nathan Mellor about his journey from a young basketball player to working on his doctorate degree. He made up his mind at a young age he would use his talent and skills on the basketball court to develop others, encouraging them to learn the team mentality. Hear his story of adapting to a transformational leadership style to see the bigger picture of leadership.
Shad Glass serves as Executive Vice President of Kimray, Inc. Shad leads a three-member executive team responsible for sales & marketing, people & culture, organizational development, health safety & environmental, training, fleet services, security, communications, facilities and events for the Kimray family of companies. Shad joined Kimray in 1997, starting in the assembly department before moving to the machine shop while also serving as the company chaplain. Shad was then promoted into the accounting, people & culture (HR) and executive teams, before joining the Sr. Executive/Officer team. Shad holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Central Oklahoma and a master’s degree in business administration from Oklahoma Christian University.Shad has served on a number of boards and non-profits including Goodwill Human Rights Committee, For Youth Initiative, Oklahoma Achieves, OBU MBA Board of Advisors, former president and board member for The Make A Difference Foundation, Board of Advisors for the Institute of Emerging Leaders, and The Executive Forum board. Shad has also had the privilege and honor of serving as an ethics judge for the Oklahoma Ethics Bowl challenge.
Dr. Nathan Mellor, President of Strata Leadership, author, executive coach, and host of the Strata Leadership Show, introduces listeners to himself and his goals for this podcast. www.strataleadership.com
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