Fallston Group Launches Executive Leadership Podcast Series

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BEL AIR, Md. (Nov. 6, 2014)—Bel Air-based crisis management and communications advisory firm Fallston Group, LLC announces the launch of its new podcast production, 15-Minute Leadership Quick Hit, hosted by Fallston Group Principal Rob Weinhold, Jr. The podcast features interviews with recognized leaders from across the nation regarding the critical attributes of results-driven leaders.

15-Minute Leadership Quick Hit is a brief, conversational podcast that offers listeners insights and lessons learned from progressive executives. From industry specific advice to leading teams through issues of adversity or crisis, Fallston Group’s bi-monthly podcast provides real knowledge in bottom line fashion.

“Our goal is to speak with some of the world’s most influential leaders on both small and large stages,” says Weinhold. “In speaking with a variety of leaders who all have different styles and perspectives, we will provide a learning platform that is both consumable and easy to manage for listeners.”

Fallston Group’s inaugural episode features banking leader Mary Ann Scully, chairman, president and CEO of Howard Bank. According to Weinhold, Scully offers a unique perspective on what it takes to be an effective leader; highlighting “curiosity” as a key, forward-learning attribute.

“The importance of strong leadership in banking today is a necessity to deal with the seismic shifts in the competitive landscape and the demographics of our workforce and customer base,” says Scully. “These leaders are needed to resonate our communities and prepare forward thinkers for their future.”

To listen to Scully’s interview and the inaugural 15-Minute Leadership Quick Hit, a podcast powered by Fallston Group, please visit www.fallstongroup.com. For additional information about Fallston Group or to inquire about a podcast feature, contact Jessica Bieber at 410-420-2001 or by email at jessica.bieber@fallstongroup.com.

 

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