Acacia Bamberg Salatti
We recently sat down with
Acacia Bamberg Salatti, the author of “A Leading Actor Learns to Love the Supporting Role,” for a deeper dive into the myriad issues explored in her piece.
In 2009, she was appointed by the White House to the Center for Faith-based and Neighborhood Partnerships at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) in 2009, serving throughout the Obama Administration.
She served as the Director and her portfolio included engagement on minority health outreach and health disparities reduction strategies.
She holds a Masters in Divinity and a certificate in Black Church Studies from Candler School of Theology at Emory University. She is also a former Adjunct Professor of Religion at Columbia College, her alma mater.
We will hear more from Acacia in the future, but for now lean in, lean back and enjoy!
Matt Cross, founder of Performance Applied
In this episode of Suite Talk we hear from
Matt Cross, the founder of Performance Applied, which provides executive coaching for rising leaders.
Our conversation focuses on the differences between management and leadership and how you can apply a leader’s mindset not just in the workplace, but in all areas of your life.
Matt’s mission is to help you perform at a higher level by keeping you out of the weeds and focused on what matters most!
Check out his nifty five-day action plan to help you take stock of where you are and where you want to go.
An expert in organizational psychology and leadership, Matt has an intense curiosity for how individuals win the inner game and perform at their peak.
Here’s some of the material referenced in our conversation:
We’ll hear from Matt again soon, but for now, lean in, lean back and enjoy!
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