New shows include “The Art of the CEO,” “Self Talk Radio” and “The Hero Factor”

New shows include “The Art of the CEO,” “Self Talk Radio” and “The Hero Factor” 1024 536 C-Suite Network

C-Suite Radio, home to a library of weekly online radio shows featuring c-suite leaders, business executives, and entrepreneurs, is adding three new shows to the lineup: “The Art of the CEO,” hosted by Bart Jackson, “Self Talk Radio,” hosted by Sarah Spencer, and “The Hero Factor,” which is hosted by C-Suite Network Chairman and CEO, Jeffrey Hayzlett.

“The Art of CEO” with Bart Jackson challenges guests to answer, “What does it take to rise to your goal?” and “What does it take to become the CEO of your own career – of your business?” Jackson talks with some of the most fascinating and effective people in business as they provide fun, humorous, and vital counsel learned from personal experiences. Listeners will be entertained, informed, and take in crucial business wisdom.

“Self Talk Radio” is hosted by award-winning broadcaster and entrepreneur, Sarah Spencer, aims to inspire listeners with stories of entrepreneurship, overcoming adversity, and looking for those ‘a-ha’ moments that have the power to change lives for the better. Her guests are proven leaders who have a self-help slant to their expertise and feel a sense of responsibility to help others be their best selves, personally and professionally.

“The Hero Factor” is hosted by the Chairman and CEO of the C-Suite Network, Jeffrey Hayzlett, and examines that special core of fundamentals that make companies stand apart from the rest. Behind every great company is a great story, proving that it’s not products or services that captivate or motivate people, it’s the purpose and meaning behind them that do. “The Hero Factor,” offers masterclass-like episodes as it features interviews with leaders who shine the light on key lessons learned on how to transform organizations and create winning cultures.

“We’re aiming to change minds and inspire top leaders with this new round of shows. These shows will spark conversations about entrepreneurship, business leadership, and workplace culture,” said Hayzlett. “Having an outlet to have these conversations is crucial in today’s business environment. These same conversations will encourage and guide the audience to step outside their comfort zone and think outside the box in order to grow both on a personal and professional level.”

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