Guest CoHost: Kacey Cardin is a Life, Leadership, & Business Coach, as well as a Creative Multipreneur. A graduate of Vanderbilt University, the University of Tennessee, and Accomplishment Coaching, she has a private coaching practice, while serving as a Mentor Coach with Accomplishment Coaching and traveling the globe as a singer/actor and writer/producer.

Kacey’s clients can be found thriving at companies including Etsy, Disney, and some of NYC’s top finance firms, in your living room on your television screen, and behind the creative visions of some of NYC’s most popular restaurants, theatrical productions, operas, and orchestras. She specializes in working with entrepreneurs, creative spirits, brilliant minds, hidden talents, organizations seeking more effective leadership and positive productivity, and anyone who is ready to live a more powerful and fully-expressed life.

As a performer, Kacey recently starred in the world’s first Virtual Reality opera – The Parksville Murders – distributed exclusively by SamsungVR. She has written, co-directed, co-produced two musicals, one of which had a 5 week Off-Broadway run in 2016.

Guest 1: Ellen Van Oosten, PhD is the Director of the Coaching Research Lab at the Weatherhead School of Management. Ellen joined the Weatherhead School of Management in 1995 and held numerous staff positions in executive education including Assistant Dean for Executive Education, Managing Director of Custom Programs and Senior Director of Business Development before joining the faculty in 2013. Her faculty roles include Assistant Professor, Organizational Behavior, Faculty Director, Executive Education and Director of the Coaching Research Lab, a research collaborative between organizational behavior faculty and industry.

Dr. Van Oosten has spent the last 20 years helping organizations develop their leadership capability. In her coaching practice, she has worked with a diverse group of managers and executives in the U.S. and abroad, including many from Sherwin Williams, Fifth Third Bank, Scottish Enterprises, and Barnes Group as well as numerous participants enrolled in the Weatherhead School’s executive education programs.

As an instructor, she teaches in the Executive MBA, MBA, Law and Masters of Engineering Management Programs at Case and regularly delivers non-degree workshops in coaching, emotional intelligence, leadership vision and leadership assessment and development to managers and executives.

As a researcher, Dr. Van Oosten’s interests include executive coaching, leader development, emotional intelligence and developmental relationships at work. She has authored several articles on the subject of coaching and emotional intelligence and frequently presents at academic conferences.

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Guest 2: Deborah Beroset, Founder + CEO of Moxie Creative & Consulting, Inc., is an award-winning journalist and seasoned PR expert who specializes in helping coaches and consultants position themselves as thought leaders so they can dramatically grow their businesses.

For nearly two decades, Deb was a journalist writing for major publications, including The New York Times, Chicago Tribune, Entrepreneur, Redbook, Parents, and many others, including serving as a contributing editor of Ladies’ Home Journal for many years. She has taught at the University of Missouri School of Journalism – one of the top J-schools in the country; conducted writing and creativity workshops; been in charge of Hallmark’s internal think tank and then acted as Editorial Director of New Ventures for the company; worked as a journalist in the Middle East for 3 years; done extensive branding work; served as the Director of Public Relations for Landmark Worldwide for more than a decade; and her years in the personal development industry have included leading seminars, being an executive coach, and working as an organizational consultant. Deb has also served as a corporate spokesperson and has been interviewed herself as a communications expert by dozens of TV, radio and print media outlets around the world.

Described by The Washington Post as a “creative guru,” Deb is, basically, an expert in how to be an expert – and how to have that translate into more revenue and recognition.

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