Podcast features U.S. Bankers chatting with industry leaders in unfiltered, easy-to-understand conversations.
At U.S. Bank, we believe in the Power of Possible, that a little bit of help from someone who believes in you can lead to big possibilities in your life.
To help our customers envision what's possible, we launched the Power of Possible podcast, in which U.S. Bankers chat with experts and share their perspectives and tips on a variety of topics – from personal finance to community involvement – in practical ways people can apply to their day-to-day lives.
Check out the latest episodes:
- Charisse Bremond Weaver on taking over the family nonprofit: The second-generation CEO of L.A. nonprofit the Brotherhood Crusade joins U.S. Bank Region Manager Darrell Brown to talk about the organization's past present and future.
- The business of ethics: U.S. Bank Global Chief Ethics Officer Katie Lawler speaks with Harvard Business School Professor Eugene Soltes, the author of "Why They Do It: Inside the Mind of the White-Collar Criminal."
- Remixing the age-old lemonade stand: How two kids used the #MyFirstStartup kit to turn lemonade-for-a-nickel into bubble-tea-for-three-fifty. We hear from their mother and bankers about how first jobs help kids acquire much more than video games.
- Building a community of entrepreneurs: MORTAR co-founder and U.S. Bank Community Advisory Committee member Allen Woods chats with us about how he is creating opportunities for entrepreneurs in Cincinnati's Over-the-Rhine neighborhood.
- Diversity in our workfoce: Translation CEO and former music executive Steve Stoute joins U.S. Bank Diversity & Inclusion Head Greg Cunningham to dig into the challenges and opportunities surrounding diversity in today's workforce.
- Tackling tough money topics as a couple: Married U.S. Bankers Monica and Sam Wiant sit down to talk about how they’ve navigated life’s financial milestones since they met on their first day of college 20 years ago.
- Future leaders take the stage: As the inaugural U.S. Bank Future Leaders, Contessa Boorman, Chris Casey and Dominique Jones took the stage during festivities before the big game at U.S. Bank Stadium.
- A conversation with Richard Davis: U.S. Bank Executive Chairman and MN Super Bowl Host Committee Chairman Richard Davis discusses the big game, his lengthy banking career and his future.
- From IoT to blockchain: U.S. Bank Chief Innovation Officer Dominic Venturo and Best Buy Chief Digital Officer Bala Subramanian talk innovation, customization and emerging technology.
- Bringing in Einstein to inform good decisions: U.S. Bank Chief Analytics Officer Bill Hoffman and Salesforce executive Peter Doolan talk about augmented intelligence and machine learning while at the world's largest tech conference.
- Exploring the science of the good life: Professor, author and positive psychologist Scott Barry Kaufman breaks down the findings of the 2017 U.S. Bank Possibility Index.
- Following your passion: Milwaukee hip-hop artist and U.S. Bank #TourPossible winner Genesis Renji discusses how he manages his up-and-coming music career, his record label and life's financial responsibilities.
- Making play possible with skateboard art: Skateboard artist Mark Rivard talks about how a skiing accident turned into a full-time career as an artist.
- Students talk about money mistakes: Two U.S. Bank interns talk about instances in which they've learned about personal finance the hard way, and give advice to fellow college students.
- The power of giving: U.S. Bank Chief Social Responsibility Officer Reba Dominski talks with American Red Cross CEO Gail McGovern about giving to others.
- Going broke on bargains: U.S. Bank Wealth Management market leader Liz Deziel and Minnesota Children's Museum learning innovation leader Barbara Hahn discuss the intersection of personal values and personal finance.
- A conversation with Soledad O'Brien: U.S. Bank diversity and inclusion head Greg Cunningham and award-winning journalist Soledad O'Brien talk about family life, career development and how companies can support diversity and inclusion.
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