GCA Studios Presents
Dr. Ginny A. Baro, the Founder and CEO of Fearless Women @Work. In this episode, Dr. Baro is joined by Bob Selle, the Chief Human Resources Officer at Ocean State Job Lot.
In this episode, Dr. Baro and Bob are having a courageous conversation about what it means to be an Evolved Leader for today and tomorrow.
About Dr. Ginny A. Baro
Dr. Ginny A. Baro is a certified executive coach, speaker, #1 bestselling author and leadership expert. For more than 25 years, Dr. Baro worked in the financial services arena and technology field in the greater New York area before starting her company and her efforts to expand leaders’ influence, impact and overall well-being in business and in life. She has more than two decades of leadership experience, mentoring and coaching business teams and now focuses on facilitating transformations in talented professionals, leaders and businesses. Dr. Baro’s academic degrees include a Ph.D. in Information Systems, an MS in Computer Science, an MBA in Management, and a BA in Computer Science and Economics.
Dr. Baro is a sought-after speaker/trainer and facilitator for leaders at all levels of management and businesses. Her new #1 bestselling book, Fearless Women at Work: Five Powerful Strategies to Thrive in Your Career and Life!, is available on Amazon.
About Bob Selle
As the Chief Human Resource Officer for the northeast’s premier close-out retailer Ocean State Job Lot, Bob Selle’s team is leading a transformation that has his company named a Forbes Best Midsize Employer in 2017 and 2018. Bob also takes the time to advise peers on leveraging a focus on people and their well-being to drive engagement, happiness, and business results. The transformational leadership at Ocean State Job Lot has earned the company a Rhode Island Healthiest Employer award for the past 2 years and has led to marked improvements in health costs, associate turnover, and engagement.
As a believer in collaboration and giving back, Bob is a presenter and collaborator for CHRO Online, the HR Leadership Council, and the Northeast Human Resource Association. He is a also a consultant and advisor for several startups, and sit on the Board of Job Club RI. Bob’s extensive volunteer work includes the Rhode Island Free Clinic and mentoring at the Institute for the Study of Nonviolence. As a speaker and published writer on change management, culture change, and organizational effectiveness, follow Bob’s work on bobsellethehrguy.com