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    How the Best Managers Create a Culture of Belief and Drive Big Results

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    Join us Tuesday May 5, 2015 with our special guests, Adrian Gostick & Chester Elton, authors of New York Times Bestseller, ALL IN – How the Best Managers Create a Culture of Belief and Drive Big Results
    Adrian Gostick and Chester Elton will discuss why some managers are able to get their employees to commit wholeheartedly to their culture and give that extra push that leads to outstanding results, and how can managers at any level build and sustain a profitable, vibrant work-group culture of their own.
    Adrian Gostick is the New York Times bestselling coauthor of The Carrot Principle and The Orange Revolution.  Featured in The Economist, The New Times, and The Wall Street Journal, and is a founder of the global training and consulting firm The Culture Works.  For more information on Adrian Gostick, visit adriangostick.com
    Chester Elton is the million-copy bestselling coauthor of The Carrot Principle and The Orange Revolution, a popular lecturer, and an influential voice in global workplace trends.  He is a founder of The Culture Works, which provides consulting and training in recognition, teamwork, and culture. He advises leadership teams of numerous Fortune 500 firms.  Learn more at The Culture Works or chesterelton.com
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    Using Predictive Analytics for Caseload Segmentation

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    Interview with Dr. Steven J. Golightly
    Los Angeles County Child Support Services Department
    Dr. Golightly currently serves as Director of the Los Angeles County Child Support Services Department, one of the largest locally-administered child support programs in the nation.  He was appointed to this position by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors on February 23, 2007.
    In 1999, he accepted a position with the Los Angeles County Department of Public Social Services as Chief Deputy Director and then subsequently served as Acting Director of that agency until 2002 when he moved to then-newly created Los Angeles County Child Support Services Department.  Los Angeles County is the largest unit of local government in the nation with over 10 million citizens and a County government workforce in excess of 100,000.  As Director of Child Support, he currently oversees the day-to-day operations of the County’s Child Support agency with an annual budget of $172 million and a workforce of over 1500 individuals.
    In 1996, Dr. Golightly was appointed as a career member of the Federal government's Senior Executive Service and served as Regional Administrator for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' Administration for Children and Families, based in Federal Region IV - the eight southeastern states.  
    Dr. Golightly has an undergraduate degree in Business Management, a Masters Degree in Public Administration from California State University at Dominguez Hills and a Doctor of Philosophy degree in Public Policy and Administration from Walden University.

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    Scott Romeo Discusses Strategy as THE STRATEGY EXPERT®

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    This is the radio show that talks about business and management strategies, strategic, business and project planning and current events in relation to planning.

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    It’s Nice to be Important but it’s Important to be Nice

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    Gordon Tredgold of GordonTredgold.com presents "It's Nice to be Important but it's Important to be Nice". Being nice costs us nothing, it’s a simple a choice and what does it say about us if we choose the alternative?

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    Social Media for Social Profits

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    Alice Fuller with Sheer Social discusses how 501c3's can use social media to enhance their business efforts

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    How Acupuncture Helps Kids Cope with ADD, ADHD and Autism Symptoms

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    Dwight Franklin, Acupuncture Physician and owner of Franklin Family Acupuncture, discusses how symptoms of Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD), Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and various mental and emotional health disorders can be eased through the practice of Oriental Medicine, Craniosacral Therapy and Food Therapy. 

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    SOS Radio Lets Talk Business

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    Todays Episode will be an introduction to our show and our company.  What can Special Ops Strategies do for you on the business battlefield.  So sit back and relax as we take you into our world and how we as warrior leaders can help you.  SOS is here to help your business in the ways of the warrior leader, proactive leadership and development, and team building.  Does your iz team build like Spec Ops? Are they a well oiled machine? If not than we are your one stop shop for all of the above.  Come visit us at www.specops101.com or visit our facebook page at www.facebook.com/specialops101

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    CHAOS Tuesday: Why Large Projects Fail Part 1

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    Our special guest is Michael O’Brochta. Mr. O’Brochta was the original “Q” for the CIA. Michael was Director of the Professional Project Manager Certification at the CIA. Michael discusses his major takeaways from the Big Bang Boom paper such as user involvement and the iterative process. 

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    Lorraine Esquibel, Ride To Pride; Using Horses

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    Lorraine Esquibel, Ride To Pride; Using Horses
    Founded in 1997 by Greg & Lorraine Esquibel, Ride To Pride began with a strong passion and dedication to using horses to help troubled kids.
    "She was one these kids that we're helping today...", Greg says of his wife Lorraine. "She grew  up in California and had every material thing a child could want--she also had a very dysfunctional family". Unable to tolerate the abuse any longer, Lorraine ran away from home when she was 14 and ended up in the foster care system. "Some of the foster homes weren't any better than my own. I was never offered any type of counseling and I was always scared because I felt really alone and I never knew what to expect next".  Greg and Lorraine compliment each other in many ways. "He has an amazing gift in being able to work with troubled kids and horses", says Lorraine. Greg was born and raised in Las Vegas, New Mexico. "His father was a well respected citizen with strong family values that have been instilled and carried forward right into Ride To Pride". 
    Serving over 200 kids and their families annually, the Ride To Pride staff possess a strong commitment to their work and to the mission of the organization, thanks to a little help from our friends.