Audio: Dr. Matt Quade - Ethical Leadership, Moral Courage and Feedback Culture
Convos with Clay: Matt Quade, Director of Ethics and Leadership at Baylor Business, discusses ethical leadership and moral courage.
Audio: Business Review: Hustle Mania
KWBU (NPR): Ashley Stahl, author of the book 'U-turn' and host of the U-turn podcast explains the growing trend of young adults starting a side hustle and why that trend could be around for a while.
Audio: Business Review: Let's Go Phishing
KWBU (NPR): Dan Pienta, professor of Information Systems, says that phishing requires more creativity than know-how.
Audio: Business Review: A Phishing Expedition
KWBU (NPR): Information Systems professor Dan Pienta shares how businesses can better educate employees about phishing attacks.
Audio: Business Review: Grit and Determination
KWBU (NPR): Kimberly Lewis, entrepreneur and founder of CurlMix, a profitable natural hair care company, shares her story of determination.
Audio: Business Review: Make Your Story Count
KWBU (NPR): Entrepreneurs are often faced with pitching their ideas to potential investors and customers. Marty Zwilling, CEO of startup professionals, shares tips on making sure your story is one to remember.
Audio: Business Review: Leading a Multi-Generational Team
KWBU (NPR): There are four key things that leaders can do to be really successful at bridging the gap between generations.
Audio: Business Review: Learning to Lead from Within
KWBU (NPR): "The most inspirational woman in the world," Lolly Daskal, gives a pep talk on the characteristics of a great leader in this episode of the Business Review.
Audio: The Business of Government Hour: A Conversation About Leadership and Management
Federal News Network: Information Systems professor Stacie Petter and Baylor alum Laurie Giddens are featured guests on "The Business of Government Hour" podcast to discuss their research on how to reskill a workforce in government settings using technology-oriented training.
Audio: Business Review: The Dignity of Data
KWBU (NPR): Professor of Information Systems Dorothy Leidner shares how the misuse of data can threaten our human dignity.