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Executives After Hours: Real conversations with leaders!

By Dr. James Kelley

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Every CEO, CFO, and senior leader IS a unique story, and these stories are shared on Executives After Hours. Unlike many other podcasts that focus on organizational tactics or market trends, these podcasts aim to share authentic conversations with real leaders. We chat about their personal journeys, rather than their current positions. So, sit down and join us on these hour-long conversations where we talk about successes and failures, from childhood to marriage and beyond. Across these interviews, you learn about common traits of successful executives as well as what animal best represents their management styles, what they want their gravestones to say, and how they define happiness.

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Not just about business, but about life

very personable and relaxed style. Really enjoyed the personal touch, not just about business, but about life!

Going Deep

Dr. Kelley does a great job of going deep with guest. I truly enjoyed being a guest and listening to other podcast as well. Dig in.

Must Subscribe, Authentic & Insightful !

Dr. James Kelley, is smart and compelling. He creates a realxed environment, that leads to legendary conversations. It was a pleasure being a guest and now i'm a fan! - Christopher Lochhead, Legnds & Losers