LaRae Quy was an FBI counterintelligence and undercover agent who exposed foreign spies and recruited them to work for the U.S. Government. A good FBI counterintelligence investigation uncovers new information about the spy to gain deeper insights into what influences their behavior and attitudes. LaRae’s job was to dig beneath the surface, probe the unknown, and discover their identity. In the process, she ended up knowing more about the foreign spy than they knew about themselves.
John Pearson is a management and board governance consultant and author of Mastering the Management Buckets: 20 Critical Competencies for Leading Your Business or Nonprofit (order from Amazon or at www.ManagementBuckets.com). Mike Pate is Executive Director of Transformational Ministries Camping.
Mike and Sherrie Estep are the husband and wife team behind BECA, a technology solutions and services firm located in Norcross, Georgia.
BECA has been serving Georgia since 1975, providing IT Support such as technical helpdesk support, computer support, and consulting to small and medium-sized businesses.
David Romig is President of The Computer Solution Company and has been since 1991. He has also been a consultant on the John Maxwell Team since 2011 and very much enjoys taking lessons from coaching in sports and implementing them business.
A veteran of Human Resources technology for over 20 years, Gord has held senior executive roles at some of the HR technology industry’s leading vendors including Monster, Taleo, Verve, and SuccessFactors (later acquired by SAP). Gord was an early employee at Taleo (acquired by Oracle), joining in North America and part of the founding team of Taleo Asia Pacific. Prior to Taleo, Gord was the first International hire at Monster and went on to advise Monster and its parent company, TMP, on global partnerships, strategic sales and acquisitions. Gord possesses a deep understanding of HR technologies and global practices and is passionate on emerging trends in this space.
Rob is back again after some of the audio issues in episode 29, and he's brought some great new stories about his company, Intivix, a managed services provider in the SF Bay Area, and their new venture MyWorkDrive! MyWorkDrive is a security and privacy focused file-sharing tool designed to make it easier to access, edit, and share files within your organization.
Curtis Crum is a CID Special Services Manager: Evidence, Forensics and Victim Services. He serves in this capacity and deals with Organized Retail Crime for the Boise City Police Department.
Rob is a Partner at Intivix and is responsible for strategy, account management and operational leadership. Rob was previously responsible for analyzing, evaluating and ranking various technologies and devices for computing magazines such as Computer Shopper, MacUser, PC Computing, and Windows Sources.
Intivix is an IT managed services provider located in the San Francisco Bay Area. Learn more at https://www.intivix.com/
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