Thriving Through Connections

There’s a saying that people don’t leave companies, they leave bosses.

As workers continue to demand more, Dr. Michelle K. Johnston would argue that what many are calling the “great resignation” is actually a “treat me like a human” revolution.

On this episode of Rounding The Bases with Joel Goldberg, a celebrated academic from New Orleans weighs in on the new school of leadership for our post-pandemic world.

Dr. Michelle Johnston is the best-selling author of The Seismic Shift in Leadership, an award-winning executive coach, and the Gaston Chair of Business at Loyola University of New Orleans. With compelling research, she’s facilitating seismic mind shifts, and positioning leaders to retain their talent.

We may be working in a digital world, but authentic human connections can still reign supreme.

Rounding The Bases with Joel Goldberg offers in-depth interviews with successful entrepreneurs and leaders that compare the winning traits of sports to business. As a long-time television sportscaster, Joel looks for similarities in teamwork, championship culture, diversity and relationships needed in between and outside the lines.