C-Suite Radio Goes Where No Leader Has Gone Before

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C-Suite Radio, home to a library of weekly online radio shows featuring c-suite leaders, business executives, and entrepreneurs, is adding new shows to its already robust lineup: “The Next Frontier,” hosted by Bill Coppel and “Upsize Your Leadership,” hosted by Dr. Michael Armour.

The Next Frontier” is a show that explores the evolving role and value of a trusted advisor in a world that’s constantly being disrupted by artificial intelligence (AI) and algorithms. Hosted by industry veteran Bill Coppel, he understands the tipping point the industry is currently facing – both with the role of the advisor and what investors really value. He challenges himself, and his listeners, to redefine the value they provide in order to stand out in a very competitive environment.

Upsize Your Leadership” explores timeless principles of management, leadership, and personal success. The podcast, hosted by Dr. Michael Armour, emphasizes these principles to his audience with engaging stories and interviews that are relevant to c-suite executives, veteran managers, and aspiring leaders alike. The goal of the show is to offer actionable and practical ideas that can be implemented right now in order to elevate everyone’s leadership skills.

“I am thrilled to have these two gentlemen joining the C-Suite Radio family. We always strive to provide relevant, informative, and educational content for all our listeners and these two shows are no exception,” said Jeffrey Hayzlett, Chairman and CEO, C-Suite Network. “No matter how advanced we are in our careers, we never should stop learning and I hope our audience continues on that journey, along with Bill and Dr. Mike.”

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For more information, visit https://c-suitenetwork.com/radio/.

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