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    ATUM on Poly

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    The Universal Language of Project Management - Session 1 - Multi-Media

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    The concepts of project management can be utilized universally across vertically integrated industries. Operations manager, Tanesha Bokally, will moderate a three session discussion that will explore best practices, team structures, and management tips.
    March Multi-Media (Session 1), April Construction (Session 2), and May Facilities (Session 3) with subject matter experts.  This conversation is in congruence with #bomaqtalk meetup. 
    Join today!  http://www.meetup.com/BOMAQ-Building-Owner-Manager-Administrator-Quality-SA/
    View Slide Presentation:  http://www.slideshare.net/Urbanetectonics/the-universal-language-of-project-management-session-1-multimedia

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    The Manager Tools One-Page Performance Review - Part 1

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    Our guidance on creating and using a performance review form if your company doesn't have one.

  • 00:37

    The Power of Balance--Why Your Wellness Matters

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    Wellness is one of the key components to a successful life/work balance. If you are clicking on all cylinders then hats off to you! But if you are one of the many people out there, who put their health on the back burner, then you need to listen to this show. Make it happen!
    Join Certified Life and Executive Coach Beth Brownlee, Certified Executive and Fitness Coach Russ Tripp and Certified Executive Coach Debbie Fain Wednesday, August 9th (US), at 11:30am ET on The Power of Balance Radio when they discuss Why Your Wellness Matters! Feel free to call into the show at (657) 383-0683 and join in the discussion or stream live via the internet. If you have any questions you would liked answered on air email us at info@trilogyperformanceworks.com. Blessings and they look forward to hearing from you!

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    11-2-15 Ralph Balestriere of Red Wing Shoes

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    Today we are pleased to welcome Ralph Balestriere. Ralph is Chief Financial Officer, Redwing Shoes. He graduated from Boston University with a degree in Accounting and Finance, then spent 17 or 18 years at CR Bard, a large global medical technology company, and was steadily promoted to become VP and GM International Finance and Administration. He went on to become CFO at Marconi Medical Systems and Teleflex Medical. I’ve known Ralph for about 10 years and we’ve had a lot of interesting conversations in that time. One of the things I like about him is that he is so unpretentious. What you see is what you get with Ralph.
    I thought he would be a good guest for our program for two reasons:
    Most of us (who aren’t finance executives) would probably admit that we don’t always understand what our CFO is thinking? Ralph is a proven CFO with an excellent track record. And I believe he can help us understand what CFOs think and why. I suspect it will soon be evident that Finance executives are pretty much like the rest of us; and in the final analysis, they are on our side.  

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    Interviewing a young girl about her dreams!

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    Interviewing Mariaelena who resides in the foothills of Sacarmento with her family.  She is 8 years old and my first guest ever!

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    Interview with Kirk Chisholm

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    Looking foward to interviewing Kirk Chisholm, a really smart, capable and friendly financial advisor located in the great state of Massachusetts. Kirk is a highly recognized expert in the financial advice business especially in the areas of alternative assets and their use in IRA accounts. I am going to talk to Kirk about two primary areas:
    In part one we will talk about the types of custodians and trustees can accommodate alternative assets especially the non-publicly traded securities. What criteria he uses in evaluating a custodian? Do the traditional bank and broker custodians accommodate this type of security willingly or begrudginly? What are the long term trends in the use of alternatives in the IRA world? What are some of Kirk's favorite categories of alternatives...no specific recommendations...general categories.
    In part two we will talk about some of the specific asset types within the alt world...how did Kirk clients fare during the 2008-09 meltdown? Did alt generally help or hurt investors in this meltdown? What is the weirdest alt asset he has seen over the years? What is the most interesting or exciting?
     

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    10 Commandments of an Effective Company Officer

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    Members of the IAFC/COS will discuss the 10 Commandments of an Effective Company Officer with author Deputy Chief Steve Prziborowski.

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    Starter pack

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    we will be discussing the history of revenue and its influence on comminuties and our futures 

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    Small Biz Talk Radio with guest Clyde Riddlesbrood

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    All too often, creatives (writers, artists, actors, singers, designers) go into their careers with the idea it's just them and nothing else.  But being a creative means you're running a business - you ARE your business.  Today, Clyde Riddlesbrood, the founder of the Riddlesbrood Touring Theater Company, joins us to talk about the pitfalls creatives run into when they forget they're running a business and some of the tips he's found essential as a creative-in-business.