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This is Close-Up Talk Radio with veteran award-winning broadcast TV and radio hosts Jim Masters and Doug Llewelyn. An exciting broadcast series featuring several LIVE episodes daily and is a service of the Telly-award winning Close-Up TV News, a full service media company that provides entrepreneurs, business owners and extraordinary people a platform to share their story worldwide. On Close-Up Talk Radio, we feature fascinating guests from every walk of life! Entertainment, music, publishing, art, travel, health & wellness, self-help, sports, business, finance, science and much more. With shows 7 days a week, Close-Up Talk Radio with Jim Masters and Doug Llewelyn offers you the opportunity to hear amazing stories from amazing guests and from around the globe. Join us! We also invite you to like and enjoy our Facebook Fan Page at: www.facebook.com/closeuptalkradio Welcome to CLOSE-UP TALK RADIO!

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Highlands, NC – The most important job any leader has is to foster a culture of creativity and innovation within the organization. Most corporate team leaders and entrepreneurs think that championing idea generation and brainstorming is all there is to developing an environment conducive to innovation. That is only the beginning. Susie deVille is the founder and CEO of the Innovation and Creativity Institute, a consulting practice dedicated to teaching corporate executives and entrepreneurs how to promote cultures of innovation that spark creativity and consistently create value. ?Most business owners are trying to reverse engineer innovation and creativity while struggling with how to lead their teams as well as their own lives,? says Susie. ?You can't begin to understand innovation and creativity until you bring in the idea of leadership of self and leadership of others.? As an expert in entrepreneurship and anthropology, Susie has nine years of consulting experience helping clients develop innovative products, services and business models. In her seminars and workshops, people learn to lead in a way that generates creativity from everyone on their teams – including themselves. The author of the forthcoming book Innovation is Free, Susie says the key to meaningful innovation is to take a playful approach that looks at problems with fresh eyes ?If you show me a playful organization, where failure considered an absolutely necessary part of the process, I'll show you a creative and innovative organization," says Susie. "Creativity is within the grasp of every person, and it's not so difficult for people to reconnect to it once they are shown how to do so.?
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Brooklyn Park, MN – Each of us is creative, resourceful and wise. When we gather together to share the wisdom we have gained from our life experiences, we empower one another to live our lives from a place of gratitude and... more

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Mukilteo, WA – Modern business is entering a new paradigm. Traditional approaches to leadership aren't delivering on their promise. A recent Gallup poll showed that 70 percent of the work force is disengaged or actively disengaged.... more

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Highlands, NC – The most important job any leader has is to foster a culture of creativity and innovation within the organization. Most corporate team leaders and entrepreneurs think that championing idea generation and... more

Brooklyn Park, MN – Each of us is creative, resourceful and wise. When we gather together to share the wisdom we have gained from our life experiences, we empower one another to live our lives from a place of gratitude and... more

Mukilteo, WA – Modern business is entering a new paradigm. Traditional approaches to leadership aren't delivering on their promise. A recent Gallup poll showed that 70 percent of the work force is disengaged or actively disengaged.... more

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