CXO Conversations is a podcast that features interviews with C-Level executives ranging from CEO, COO, CHRO, CFO, CSO to Board Members in their profession who share their insights and advice for the benefit you, regardless of your profession.
Whether you are approaching the VP level or about to reach the C suite, hear from leaders who completed the same journey as they share their experiences and lessons learned, so you can apply them to your career. You’ll even hear from an Astronaut or two.
Ray Gogel has served as COO, President and Board Director numerous times in the energy sector throughout his career. He has served in executive roles as CIO, CAO, COO, Managing Director and Board of Directors for companies such as Xcel Energy, Accenture, US Grid Company, IBM and others. Ray
Brad Feld is a successful Veteran Capitalist and founding member of the Foundry Group. Within the Colorado startup scene, Brad is a bit of a celebrity having been part of some well-known successful companies. Brad really sees founders and start ups not just investments, but as a community that he
Chuck Melcher is a retired Naval Commanding Officer that has served in various roles including Chief Engineering, XO and Skipper on several Nuclear Attack Submarines. After retiring from the United States Navy, Chuck joined an international energy company as a VP and quickly rose to CEO. Chuck discusses interviewing to
Christine is an accomplished global CFO who rose up through the ranks of senior leadership at Big 4 firms, such as PwC and EY. She is a life-long learner who is both personally and professionally curious, and intrinsically driven to continually broaden her base of knowledge and experience. She’s an
As summer is in full swing, this is a great opportunity for an excerpt from a 2020 interview with CRO Randal Meske. The full interview can be found here About our Guest Randal Meske is the CRO at ConstructConnect (a Roper Technologies company) and the Founder and CEO at Evreware, a
The impressively humble General Kevin Patrick ‘Chili’ Chilton joins the show today to share his 34-½ years of experience in the Air Force as well as the successful transition he then navigated into corporate America. A note to those who have not served in the Armed Forces: I will be
Tom started out in technology and discusses how he arrived at the CEO chair by way of GE & NCR. He speaks about to the scrappy opportunties at GE and the similiarties of that attitude at Inovonics, a middle market company. Along the way, his international travel helped him apprciate
When the lockdowns started, Susan realized they had to act fast to support the company, employees and real estate agents in over 120 countries while creating an innovative mental health program on the fly. A highly respected HR leader in Denver, Susan has worked at OppenheimerFunds, American Residential Communities,
Tony has sought opportunities to challenge himself and not be pigeon holed in one sector. Tony and Michael discuss how the CFO role is evolving, playing volleyball against Olympic athletes, trend in COO and CFO offices merging and his advice to those eyeing the C suite. More
Peter grew up in West Africa, attended university in the UK, earned his Masters in the US, and served in several different sectors. Starting his career in banking, Peter founded his own Capital Advising firm before moving into health care. Peter sought the healthcare sector as a place to apply