R.O.G. Return on Generosity

Hosted ByShannon Cassidy

A half hour interview show featuring innovative leaders who cultivate a culture of giving, belonging and thriving together. In each episode, we’ll explore how generosity at work impacts the bottom line and address cultural dynamics, team behavior and peer relationships.

What is the return on generous leadership and a generous culture? Host Shannon Cassidy speaks with innovative leaders who share real-life examples of the dividend of investing in others.

In each episode, we explore how generosity at work impacts the bottom line and address topics like cultural dynamics, team behavior and peer relationships. How do the givers give at work? What mindset enables them to think of others? Our mission is to be a catalyst for a work environment that emphasizes psychological safety, “one-team” mentality and strengths deployment. How can you become an organization where individuals matter, teams collaborate, and strengths are volunteered? We’ll hear from leaders who believe in creating a culture of giving. We’ll learn their “why” and get key takeaways that spark new practices and outlook on generous leadership. Join the conversation on R.O.G. Return on Generosity with Shannon Cassidy, CEO and Founder of bridge between, inc.


All Episodes

12. Top Gun Leadership Part 2

12. Top Gun Leadership Part 2: Short-Term Gain vs. Long-Term Success“…the key to solving the leadership crisis is connecting to our purpose by understanding who we are.”Guest Info:John has been married for 30 years to his best friend and has three …

11. Top Gun Leadership Part 1

11. Top Gun Leadership Part 1: Connecting to our Purpose“If my success is built on helping those around me succeed…what I have found is that we just blow it out.”Guest Info:John has been married for 30 years to his best friend and has three boys, dau…

10. Who Do Your Products and Services Reflect?

10. Who Do Your Products and Services Reflect? The Business Imperative of Inclusion“If we are not building out inclusive teams…we are not going to get to a place of creating diverse products and services for our clients and that’s going to hurt the bott…

09. One Big Thing

09. One Big Thing: Safety is Performance Relevant“As leaders, people are watching all the time…. if you are not genuinely committed to doing the right thing in terms of how you build a culture where everyone feels respected and included, that has a down…

08. Accounting for Generosity

08. Accounting for Generosity: Balance Sheet of Giving“Giving strategy keeps us from overextending ourselves. We can’t give or pour into anyone else’s life if our cup is empty.”Guest Info:Temeka Easter Rice leads social media and brand engagement at …

07. A Factory of Lifelong Givers

07. A Factory of Lifelong Givers: Quality = Dignity“One of the best things about the Cradles to Crayons model is the fact that it brings communities together to enhance the impact and build a collective generosity…”Guest Info:Michal Smith is the Exec…

06. Opportunities for the Future NOW

06. Opportunities for the Future NOW: a Pipeline to Diversity“When your work is being acknowledged, when you are given feedback, not just positive but constructive feedback…that is a form of generosity.”Guest Info:Margaret “Peggy” Kim is a Peabody an…

05. Givers Want to Give but Someone’s Got to Ask

05. Givers Want to Give but Someone’s Got to Ask: Asking for Help is a Sign of Strength“You never know what you are going to get until you ask. Some of the best sources of collaboration and innovation come from asking a question.”Guest Info:Larry is …

04. A Grocery Store Hug

04. A Grocery Store Hug: The Alchemy of a True Connection”What you’ll find is that there is no such thing as a stranger once you give a card.” Guest Info:As President of Cheryl Rice Leadership, Inc., Cheryl Rice inspires women to be leaders in their …