In the first hour we were joined by Lauren Longo, the CEO of TechSymphonic and the inventor and patent holder of the BabyLogger infant care tracker. She is the regional winner of the InnovateHER competition and is moving on to the national competition!
And in the second hour, Chris Fussell, a partner at the McChrystal Group Leadership Institute, coauthor of the New York Times Bestselling Team of Teams, and author of ONE MISSION: How Leaders Build a Team of Teams joined us on the phone to talk about the new book.
In the local headlines:
- UGA study finds say-on-pay laws effective ( http://bit.ly/2spXVEl )
- Michigan woman suing Delta for $10M citing sexual assault ( http://bit.ly/2spYcal )
- Atlanta’s Sun Dial re-opens, but floor not revolving after 5-year-old’s death ( http://on-ajc.com/2sqbvaL )
- Aldi to add more stores with $3.4 billion investment ( http://bit.ly/2telLz1 )
- Star 94.1 promo van goes up in flames ( http://on-ajc.com/2sq0ExD )
In the national headlines:
- Travis Kalanick, Uber’s C.E.O., to Take Leave Amid Inquiry Into Workplace Culture( http://nyti.ms/2sZtvWA )
- Only 3% Of Fortune 500 Companies Share Full Diversity Data ( http://for.tn/2sq66Av )
- Verizon Completes $4.48 Billion Purchase of Yahoo, Ending an Era ( http://nyti.ms/2sZubv6 )
- Ninth Circuit Court Declines to Reinstate Trump Travel Ban ( http://on.wsj.com/2teV8Kl )
- Sprint’s Latest Salvo in Wireless Price War: Free, Unlimited Service ( http://on.wsj.com/2spQqNB )
- West Virginia University Researchers Find Fiat Chrysler Diesel-Emissions Discrepancies ( http://on.wsj.com/2tlkLJK )