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The Inflection Point: Introducing A New Video Series with Today’s Most Inspiring CEOs

Quick Take

Salesforce is launching a new series of 20m CEO interviews, The Inflection Point, helmed by Wall Street Journal veteran and Salesforce Executive Vice-President Monica Langley.

CEOs lined up to participate include Coca Cola’s James Quincey, Ford’s Jim Farley, Workday’s Aneel Bhishri and PayPal’s Dan Schulman.

Salesforce's Monica Langley with Innovative CEOs
(L-R) Aneel Bhusri, Co-Founder and Co-CEO, Workday;  Jim Cramer, Host, CNBC’s Mad Money; Salesforce EVP Monica Langley; Valerie Smith, President, Swarthmore College; Dan Schulman, President and CEO, PayPal

Why It’s Important

  • CEOs often seem powerful and out of reach, but they have their own personal and professional journeys just like the rest of us. That is why today Salesforce is launching a new series called “The Inflection Point”.
  • For the next 10 weeks, leaders in business and other fields will be profiled in a series of 20m interviews, to showcase a different side of who they are and how they rose to the top. 
  • In conversation with Langley, these leaders will share how their personal backstories, professional influences, and values inform their approach to leadership, as well as their own personal inflection points, the pivotal moments without which they might not be where they are – or who they are – today. 

Explore Further

The first episode featuring PayPal CEO Dan Schulman launched today on Salesforce’s YouTube channel and Salesforce Live

Future episodes will run on Tuesdays between now and June, with Swarthmore College’s Valerie Smith on April 13, CNBC’s Jim Cramer on April 20, and additional episodes with Honeywell’s Darius Adamczyk, Coca-Cola’s James Quincey, Ford’s Jim Farley, Workday’s Aneel Bhusri, the Cleveland Browns’ Dee and Jimmy Haslam, Snowflake’s Frank Slootman, and Salesforce’s Marc Benioff. 

To tune into these episodes, please subscribe to “The Inflection Point” on YouTube.