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Feb. 2, 2022

Oris Key - Just How Harmful Is Social Media? and how "Introspective Thought Changed My Life Forever" Ep 23

Oris Key - Just How Harmful Is Social Media? and how "Introspective Thought Changed My Life Forever" Ep 23

Conversation Time Stamps with Youtube Hyperlinks --> audio/video combo also on Spotify!

0:00 - Hero's Gauntlet

2:35 - Which historical figure would you have lunch with?

11:40 - Where do you see yourself in 10 years?

14:23 - Introspective Thought!!

31:00 - Do we still need each eachother? The power of connection.

37:00 - The secret is PURPOSE

42:10 - Social Media - Good for our Airmen, or society? Or is it toxic?

1:04:48 - Why Professional Development Matters...and why we're missing the mark.

1:20:10 - Why Toxic Leaders seem to be EVERYWHERE these days.

1:31:52 - Final Thoughts and why I love Key so much.

MSgt Oris Key III, is the Manager, Leadership Development, 96th Medical Group, Eglin Air Force Base, Florida. As program manager MSgt Key is the single focal point for the personal and professional development of more than 1,500 medical personnel. He provides guidance and leads strategic initiatives to force multiply leaders, strengthen the Medical Group’s culture – ensuring a positive staff and patient experience. Additionally, MSgt Key leads the Medical Group’s Diversity, Equity & Inclusion program. Advises organizational leaders and makes recommendations to target and measure organizational change to enhance cultural awareness, and develop the long range effectiveness of a highly trained medical force.

MSgt Key entered the Air Force October 2001 and graduated from the Security Forces Apprentice Course in March of 2002. Thoughout his career, he has held multiple resources and personnel protection position, to include Nuclear Security, and Base Defense Air Advisor. In 2012, MSgt Key was selected to retrain an Aerospace Medical Service Technician. His introduction into the operational medical core started at Brooke Army Medical Center, as an Inpatient Oncology medical technician. Since then he has performed in various clinical and leadership roles to include, Linquest Quality Assurance Officer, Additional Duty First Sergeant and Medical Director - Aerospace Medical Service Apprentice Course.

His assignments include bases in Missouri, Virginia, Korea and Texas, with deployments to the Horn of Africa, the United Arab Emerites, Afghanistan and 3 tours to Iraq supporting Operations Noble Eagle, Northern Watch, Iraqi Freedom, Enduring Freedom, Inherent Resolve and Resolute Support. His deployment experience ranges from convoy and detainee operations, to law & order and mass casualty response.

MSgt Oris Key III - Leadership Development | Organizational Management | Diversity, Equity & Inclusion is what he's passionate about.  Oris is a dedicated and detail-oriented professional with several years of combined experience in Change Management, Leadership Development and Diversity and Inclusion. Successful at leading and directing a diverse workforce to attain results in an efficient manner. Well developed written communication skills facilitate team coordination while simultaneously maintaining strong relationships across all levels of an organization.