Episode 9: Kenn Dickinson and teaching the transition game to executives

    Kenn Dickinson on stage for TEDxSnoIsleLibraries 2015.

    Chapter 1: Kenn Dickinson and the transition game

    Kenn Dickinson is a former NCAA and European professional basketball player. Kenn is the president of Fast Break Executive Business Coaching, a Mukilteo-based firm that coaches managers and executives to help transform their businesses and careers.

    In 2015, Kenn delivered a talk for TEDxSnoIsleLibraries about how to apply the mindset of elite athletes to achieve success in business and the corporate world. Chapter length: 39:11

    Chapter 1 links

    Chapter 2: Shaelynn Charvet Bates on reading, children and commitment to community

    Shaelynn Charvet Bates

    Shaelynn Charvet Bates and her family are passionate customers of the Lake Stevens Library. She is also an active member of the community serving as chair of the library advisory board, volunteering with the Friends of the Lake Stevens Library and working as a school librarian for the Snohomish School District. Chapter length: 5:20

    Chapter 2 links

    Episode hosts

    Ken Harvey photo

    Ken Harvey is Communications Director for Sno-Isle Libraries.
    Ken brings broad professional experience from his service
    with Community Transit, Sound Transit, the city of Reno, Nev.,
    and several positions in radio and TV.

    Cindy Tingley

    Cindy Tingley is an instructional developer with Sno-Isle Libraries.
    Through experience as a radio DJ, a police officer in Key West, Fla.,
    certified technology instructor and Usui Reiki trainer,
    the common thread is Cindy loves teaching new skills.

    Episode sponsors

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    of Sno-Isle Libraries through private donations.

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