Senn Delaney sponsors the new CEO TV Show
This week: ING Direct CEO Arkadi Kulmann discusses vision and purpose
May 2, 2011
May 2, 2011
Senn Delaney is pleased to sponsor The CEO TV Show, the first “pan-web” TV video interview series of CEOs that launched May 1, 2011.
“Helping leaders with their own learning and growth is part of Senn Delaney's purpose of positively impacting the world by inspiring leaders to create thriving organizational cultures. That is why we are delighted to support The CEO TV Show,” said Senn Delaney President and CEO Jim Hart. “Through this affiliation, we are able to share an opportunity to learn from America's top CEOs about how they are guiding their companies to greater spirit and performance.”
The series debuts with a series of interviews with Arkadi Kuhlmann, CEO of ING Direct, one of America's largest online savings institutions. He describes how and why he launched ING Direct as well as his views on innovation, culture, leading with purpose and American competitiveness.
“Everyone can learn about being better leaders and team members from the CEOs being interviewed by host Robert Reiss," said Senn Delaney Chairman Larry Senn. "Each leader faces unique challenges but one they all have in common is culture. Organizational culture is one of the biggest factors driving or hindering performance in businesses all over the world.”
Each month will feature a series of four weekly episodes with a prominent CEO about a different aspect of his/her role as a leader around the following subjects:
vision, leadership and the future
customer experience and culture
brand, marketing and growth
innovation and technology
Other CEOs who will appear on The CEO TV Show in coming months include: Kaiser Permanente Chairman and CEO George Halvorson, Marvel ex-Chairman and CEO Peter Cuneo, Zappos.com CEO Tony Hsieh and John Paul DeJoria, co-founder and CEO of Paul Mitchell Systems and Padron Spirits.
The CEO TV Show was created by Robert Reiss. He has interviewed in-depth more than 200 top CEOs on his nationally syndicated radio show, The CEO Show, and now brings it to video across the Web. Reiss commented on Senn Delaney's sponsorship: “We're very proud to be associated with Senn Delaney, world-class experts on corporate culture. Our hope is to present leading CEOs discussing the importance of corporate culture to achieving outstanding results.”