Executive Leaders Radio
featuring Chris Glover

Executive Leaders Radio interviews are informal conversations with entrepreneurs, innovators, and business leaders discussing background education, influences, mentors, and early career experiences, as well as a high-level overview of their business. Guests typically talk about future plans and opportunities, overcoming challenges, giving back to their communities, personal experiences, and much more to highlight the candid life of prominent leaders.

Recorded March 19, 2021

Business leaders and innovators across vastly different industries, including Richard Jensen (chief executive officer of Agora Cyber Charter School), Justin Spannuth (vice president and chief operations officer of Unique Snacks), Nathan Niles (president and chief operations officer at NexLyte), Mason Reiner (co-founder and chief executive officer of R-Health), and Christopher Glover (president of EmployeeMax), discuss how their adolescent experiences impacted their career and leadership journeys. From building empathy in workplace interactions, translating parental relationships into positive business strategies (i.e., developing effective communication, strengthening work ethics), and many building and growing business from the ground up, these leaders bring different perspectives to what makes their successes so impactful.

Guests: Justin Spannuth – Unique Snacks, Nathan Niles – NexLyte, Mason Reiner – R-Health, Richard Jensen – Agora Cyber Charter School

Co-Host: Christopher Glover – EmployeeMax

Recorded December 4, 2020

Carrie Kries (head of Gladwyne Montessori), Kelly Beck (chief executive officer of Polycore Therapeutics), Phon Malone (chief executive officer of Revel Nail), and Christopher Glover (president of EmployeeMax), discuss how different upbringings – limited education opportunities, loss of a parent, living as a child refugee – instilled work ethics, innovation, and passion for respective industries, as well as the importance of having impactful mentors. While many of the leaders talk about hardships in their youth that lead to independence and self-discovery, many also founded their businesses on core values, such as community, trust, and collaboration.

Guests: Carrie Kries – Gladwyne Montessori, Kelly Beck – Polycore Therapeutics, Phon Malone – Revel Nail, Christopher Glover – EmployeeMax

Chris Glover - President, EmployeeMax

Christopher Glover is a senior management professional with over 20 years of experience in the Financial Services industry. Throughout his career, Glover has utilized his exceptional sales, business development, account management, client development, recruiting, and partnership skills to identify and acquire new accounts, penetrate markets, and build territories and teams.

Glover is familiar with introducing new products and services to existing and potential clients, as well as highly adept at directing regional business development operations. He has a consistent record of growing revenues, increasing profitability, and exceeding quotas. His previous experience includes portfolio management, trading operations, financial planning, and sales.