0106 | Becky Robinson

0106 | Becky Robinson

Becky Robinson is the blogger behind LeaderTalk, a recent addition but a staple in the blogging community. In addition she serves as an adjunct at Mountain State University’s School of Leadership and Professional Development. In this interview, we discuss MSU, LeaderTalk and the wealth of information found in the blogging community.

  • 0:00 Introduction
  • 0:57 Tell me about MSU.
  • 2:03 Why such a strong emphasis on leadership?
  • 3:02 Tell me about the different degree programs at MSU.
  • 5:09 Tell me about the Doctor of Executive Leadership program.
  • 9:29 How did LeaderTalk get started?
  • 14:19 How can I contact MSU?
  • 15:31 What are you reading now?
  • 17:11 What’s next for you?

[Editor’s Note: Due to my hectic Summer travel schedule, this interview was originally recorded in May. I apologize for any confusion this might cause.]

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2 thoughts on “0106 | Becky Robinson”

  1. I enjoy reading LeaderTalk and it was fun to hear Becky “shoot from the hip” as she responded to your questions. Sadly, no laughable gaffs. Either you did a good job of editing or she’s actually as smoothly professional as her blog makes her sound.

    1. We did like 17 takes. Just kidding.

      Becky is a consummate professional. It was great having her on the show. She made me thinking of alternating book authors and bloggers every month. Thanks for listening, and for the comment.

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