Cathy Bennett

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This talk show is a passion of mine and a labor of love--inspired by returning to college later in life. This show is my attempt to bridge the gap between academia and those who have not had the experience of higher education. For me, college is where my true education began! Prior to that, I had only an "operations manual" of life (what was expected of me, what wasn't--the conditioning by society of how I should fit in). Some of us never get beyond that "operations manual," and so don't realize the depth and breadth one's life can have. Going to college opened my eyes to a world I had no idea existed and to the myriad of choices I never imagined awaited me. It is my hope that through these scholarly conversations you will bridge to what is cutting edge knowledge right now, giving you some new insights and practical tools that can make a difference in your own life--well beyond that "operations manual.". This is the latest, college level information on how to connect with others in meaningful ways, and it is at a great price—free! For the 2013-2014 season I will cover some special stories. We all know most media covers gloom and doom on every channel because it sells. Yes, world-wide unrest abounds, yet so does world-wide hope. There is an alternative to the common news story theme of hopelessness and things getting worse. There are other stories...stories of great strides being made toward community and collaboration in many sectors...stories of hope and change...stories of courage and caring, even while to some, all seems lost. This 2013-2014 radio show season focuses on the positive shifts in thinking, doing, and being happening all over through intriguing, small start-ups and research projects. Join me and get inspired by hearing of some glorious new happenings that are shifting the current tired paradigm of gloom and doom to one of new ways of thinking and being in the world.

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Today's show will focus on how authentic dialogue could enhance Servant Leadership's practice through creating participatory decision making, increasing followers' voice and ownership, and resolving interpersonal conflict. One of the... more

It is hard to imagine that during difficult times, there is another approach to business than downsizing and layoffs. By changing the focus away from self-interest towards the common good, Servant Leadership is a philosophy... more

With all the books written on how to do business better, many still side-step the inherent power in narrative to inform our day to day business experiences—our foundational stories. From knowing what is really going... more

What source of information is really teaching us? Thirty second sound bites? News as entertainment? Subliminal marketing messages? This show will focus on the importance of academic education in forming the quality of our societies... more

How does one rise like the phoenix out of the ashes of man's inhumanity toward man, whether experienced personally or as a bystander to atrocity? Dr Shann Ferch of Gonzaga University's internationally known Leadership Studies doctoral... more

Change is scary...Change is difficult...But change is inevitable. My guest, David McNamee, the interim Chair of Marylhurst University's MBA program, will talk about the past as it compares and contrasts with the future for leadership. This... more

John Hanson's recent article In Government Finance Review, regarding the need to shift focus within the public sector, stated that ?to survive and succeed in these difficult economic times, government leaders and their employees must work... more

To start off this season, I am fortunate to have as my guest the world famous cultural historian, social scientist, author, and attorney, Dr. Riane Eisler, along with the Interim Chair of the Masters of Interdisciplinary Studies at Marylhurst... more

War and ecological destruction continues in many places around the world. World-wide hunger and poverty is growing, especially taking its toll on women and children, while a small percent of the world's population has all the wealth and... more

Most of us know that whites have the most privilege in America--that everything is determined, approved by, and accepted by whites who hold the position of dominant class. But did you know that every culture has their own set of... more

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