Executive Leaders Radio conducts “elite interviews” of prominent CEOs, CFOs, and Presidents focusing on “what makes people tick.”
The ten to twenty-five minute on-air interviews are really informal POSITIVE conversations. Guests may be asked about their background education, influences, mentors and early career experiences, asked about their business, what they do and who they serve. They may be asked about opportunities ahead, challenges they have faced or their senior management team. Interests outside of work, personal turning points and family sacrifices capture the unique human aspect behind these prominent leaders.
All of these questions are designed to help our audience learn “what it takes to succeed.”
Click here to listen to the webcast to Kim Hayes’ Executive Leaders radio interview.
ABOUT Kim Hayes
Ms. Hayes is a founding partner and CEO of The Ambit Group. She is a recognized industry leader in the development of strategic communications and outreach campaigns with more than 20 years of experience serving the federal government. Ms. Hayes has managed programs that are briefed for senior White House and Congressional executives. She has a reputation for helping collapse barriers to program success by designing strategic plans that employ effective communication, marketing and branding efforts. Whether those barriers are caused by ineffective communication, lack of strategic focus or simply a need to demonstrate value to stakeholders, Ms. Hayes emphasizes that all plans drive team allegiance to the program’s mission. She has extensive federal and commercial experience with demonstrated ability to increase revenue, improve organizational efficiencies and increase client and employee satisfaction. Her experience spans that of C-level support in federal organizations to design and deploy global product launches for Fortune 500 companies. Ms. Hayes has led many large change, communications, and strategy programs for federal agencies including the Department of Veterans Affairs, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Federal Communications Commission, Environmental Protection Agency, Department of Commerce, Department of Housing and Urban Development and the Department of Homeland Security. She has directed the facilitation and design of more than 30 federal strategic plans and has supported hundreds of smaller facilitated meetings. Her expertise in organizational change led to the design of the Case for Change and the Business Broker model at the Department of Commerce.