• 00:06

    Leadership Agility with Greg McCann

    in Business

    In this final of three episodes, Greg McCann, J.D., author and director of Stetson University's Family Enterprise Center, discusses barriers to leadership agility, self-awareness, and three levels of leadership including creating a culture that allows leaders to adapt to change.


    Research has shown that over 70 percent of organizational change efforts fail to achieve their desired goals. Stetson will be hosting the Agile Change-Leader Lab workshop, March 17-18, at its Center at Celebration. Based on extensive research and three decades of experience consulting to change leaders, the workshop focuses on strategic, stakeholder, creative and self-leadership agility: the four kinds of agility needed to lead change effectively. This highly interactive, workshop experience provides an intense learning experience with personalized real-world results for immediate integration into the workplace. This workshop is led and facilitated by Bill Joiner and Debbie Whitestone. Bill is lead researcher and co-author of Leadership Agility.

  • 00:05

    Three Levels of Leadership Agility with Greg McCann

    in Business

    In this second of three episodes, Greg McCann, J.D., author and director of Stetson University's Family Enterprise Center, discusses three basic levels of leadership agility, creating a culture of adapting to change and applying this knowledge to the workplace.


    Research has shown that over 70 percent of organizational change efforts fail to achieve their desired goals. Stetson will be hosting the Agile Change-Leader Lab workshop, March 17-18, at its Center at Celebration. Based on extensive research and three decades of experience consulting to change leaders, the workshop focuses on strategic, stakeholder, creative and self-leadership agility: the four kinds of agility needed to lead change effectively. This highly interactive, workshop experience provides an intense learning experience with personalized real-world results for immediate integration into the workplace. This workshop is led and facilitated by Bill Joiner and Debbie Whitestone. Bill is lead researcher and co-author of Leadership Agility.

  • 00:55

    Agility training, what are the possibilities

    in Pets


    Another show with Mattew Couperthwaite about a different way to succeed in Agility. Matthew is a young, very successful trainer in South Africa, who is sharing with us how asking questions and being willing to have 'a dance' with your dog can really give you a totally different way of being in agility training.


    If you'd like to see how appying the Access tools in a highly competitive sport can work in your favor, you are in the correct place!

  • 00:32

    Applying Improvisation to Improve Leadership Agility - A Chat with Kat Koppett

    in Marketing

    I am Kathy Klotz-Guest, founder of Keeping it Human, coming to you live from San Jose, CA, in the heart of Silicon Valley.   Keeping it Human is about using human-speak and marketing storytelling to drive results. We are a jargon-monoxide-poisoning free podcast.


    Innovation Leadership, Agility and Applied Improv


    Improvisation has reached a tipping point in business. It’s taught in b-schools and used by top companies to teach employees to be more innovative, adaptable, and to improve business performance. As an improviser and marketer, I know adaptability is critical to market success in dynamic environments. Join me Thursday, Dec 12, for a chat with my fellow improviser-in-chief, Kat Koppett, about how to apply improv to increase your agility and innovation leadership! 


    About Kat


    Kat is the Founder of Koppett and Company, a company that specializes in personal and professional performance.   She is the author of Training to Imagine: Practical Improvisational Theatre Techniques to Enhance Creativity, Teamwork, Leadership, and Learning. Kat has designed and delivered programs for such diverse clients as the Clinton Global Initiative, Apple, Chanel, Eli Lilly, GE, and more in places such as India, Brazil, Paris, Budapest and Oklahoma. Her areas of focus include executive coaching, leadership, communication, and creativity facilitation. She has given two TEDx talks on the use of improv to enhance non-theatrical performance. Kat performs with and is a Co-Director of The Mop & Bucket Theatre Company   Her most fulfilling improv gig is playing Mama to daughter, Lia.

  • 01:00

    Josh Storm joins SGWS

    in Sports

    Josh Storm of Georgia makes his first appearance on Sign Guy's Wrestling Show. He is a regular at UIW in Temple, GA as well as many other companies. He is a cruiserweight competitor that always electrifies the crowd with his speed and agility. He also has a popular partnership with the exciting lady wrestler Pandora. Find out more about this very popular star out of the great state of Georgia.

  • 00:42

    How to Grow Your Accountant Practice - Agility Trumps Ability - Doug Sleeter

    in Technology

    Welcome to Cloud Talk Radio this is your host Robert J. Chandler with Keith Eneix and today we are getting “loud in the cloud” talking about the latest in technology news as well as a special interview with Doug Sleeter.


    “Doug Sleeter” is the CEO of, “The Sleeter Group”. They help small business apply the right technologies to their business so that they can be more effective. The Sleeter Group Consultants Network is a community of over 700 accounting experts who provide consulting services to over 300,000 small-to medium-sized business owners in the accounting software and business process design areas. So, it’s a privilege to have him here with us today.


    Sites Mentioned:


    http://www.sleeter.com/


    http://www.bill.com/


    http://www.freshbooks.com/


    Be sure to listen in every Tuesday at 10am PST to stay up to date with the latest Cloud Technologies and industry leaders. 

  • 01:56

    power of perception with Anicca

    in Spirituality

    Anicca is a visionary and seeker of truth. She is a holistic health leader and raw food/superfood, cleansing/juice fasting and fitness expert. Her innate understanding of the importance of tending to not only the physical body but to the mind and the soul as a requirement of health and consciousness is what sets her apart from many. She is innovative and sees beyond the limitations of duality.
    Anicca draws her expertise in fitness and athleticism from a background in figure skating, Ice Dance.
    Having trained in ballet, modern, yoga, gymnastics, swimming, track and field and weight training she has developed a unique style and method of training that involves a lot of variation and incorporates plyometric, functional training, interval training, yoga , pilates, dance, to improve balance, flexibility, agility, cardiovascular endurance, increase strength, power and speed while increasing long lean muscle mass. She trains with precision, discipline, focus and motivation, helping to break down physical and mental barriers and achieve new levels of health and fitness. She is a living example of how a vegetarian/vegan/raw diet supports not only anti-aging but athletic performance and overall vitality.
    Anicca holds certification in Personal Training, National Level Coaching- Figure Skating, Lifeguard/Swim Instructor and BFA. Her professional development includes 20 years of study and practice of Yoga philosophy/asanas, meditation, the use of medicinal herbs/plants, and Reiki. She is inspired by ancient civilizations of Egypt, the ancient teachings of India and Tibet, Quantum Physics, New Biology and has studied the work/teachings of Bruce Lipton, Tom Campbell, Gregg Braden, Paramahansa Yogananda, Kirpal Singh, Barbara Ann Brennan, and Tom Kenyon. Her writing has been published in various online publications and she has worked with National Level competitive athletes. Anicca is available for educational and public speaking events

  • 00:32

    A World Gone Social and the Power of OPEN

    in Business

    The TalentCulture #TChat Show is back live on Wednesday, January 7, 2015, from 7-8 pm ET (4-5 pm PT).


    Happy New Year! 


    During the last show of 2014, we talked about how to make waves and initiate positive change, and this week we're going to talk about a world gone social and the power of OPEN (Ordinary Person | Extraordinary Network).


    Thankfully, the Industrial Age is gone, and finally so is autocratic, dictatorial leadership style that came with it. Today's business world has entered a new era—one in which social media has fundamentally changed the way companies innovate, market, scale, build teams, and serve customers. 


    Welcome to a world gone social! 


    Companies that build socially enabled teams and put the customer experience first are the ones with the competitive advantage today.


    Join TalentCulture #TChat Show co-founders and co-hosts Meghan M. Biro and Kevin W. Grossman for the first show of 2015 as we learn about a world gone social and the power of OPEN with this week’s guests: Ted Coiné, Co-Founder of Switch and Shift and Forbes Top 10 Social Media Power Influencer; and Mark Babbitt, CEO and Founder of YouTern, President of Switch and Shift and a co-founder of ForwardHeroes.org.


    Thank you to all our TalentCulture sponsors and partners: Dice, Hootsuite, SAP/SuccessFactors, GreatRated! of Great Place to Work, IBM Smarter Workforce, CareerBuilder, PeopleFluent, Fisher Vista and HRmarketer Insight.

  • 00:34

    Show #94: Creating Authentic Organizations: Bringing Meaning & Engagement Back

    in Business

    Special Guest: Lisa Sofianos, Director and Executive Coach at Robin Ryde Consulting


    Lisa Sofianos is a business author, creative thinker and international consultant in leadership and organisation development based in London UK. She was a founder of, and has been a Director of Robin Ryde Consulting Ltd since 2008 and has worked with clients in both the private and public sectors in the UK, the US and other territories including South America, the Middle East, Australia and Eastern Europe. She partners with businesses to raise levels of employee engagement and increase organisational agility and innovation in response to the rapid change and volatility that characterises the modern business environment. 


    Her book, Creating Authentic Organizations; Bringing Meaning and Engagement Back to Work, Lisa Sofianos and Robin Ryde, was published in October 2014 by Kogan Page. The book makes the compelling argument for the positive impact of individual authenticity on businesses and sets out the management task of creating the conditions to allow employees to fulfill their roles with greater authenticity. 


    Host: Jo Dodds

  • 01:03

    "Direct Impact / Concussion Discussion" on K&K SPORTS TALK

    in Sports

    SPECIAL GUESTS:  Tim Lavin and Lemuel Adams.


     


    Tim's Book: “Walk-On U” illustrates the incredible phenomenon of the “College Walk-on.” Depicting the ugly, the bad, and the good, this book is about survival, education, mental toughness, and character building of student athletes who, without athletic scholarships and true to their talents, walk-on the team in search of a dream. The seldom discussed realities of true Walk-On experiences will cover everything from heart, determination, patience, and sheer will of these hope-to-be student athletes as they attempt to conquer massive amounts of adversity and abuse while they willfully pay to practice. This book is about achieving a humbling internal victory, (not seen by the fans), both on and off the field, providing building blocks for future success in life after sports.


    Interviews across the country from former Walk-Ons, scholarship players, coaches, equipment managers, and trainers will illustrate and substantiate the actual culture of drudgery walk-ons endure.
    Because of harsh treatment and few rewards, most successful Walk-Ons come away from their experience with more knowledge than their counterpart scholarship athletes and better prepared to face the oncoming world. 


     


    LEMUEL ADAMS: CERTIFIED SPEED AND AGILITY TRAINER


    * PLAYER DEVELOPMENT COACH AND MENTOR FOR YOUTH ATHLETES IN THE SACRAMENTO AND SURROUNDING AREAS, 8 YEARS OF TRAINING AS A FORMER PRO FOOTBALL PLAYER,  SPEED TRAINER FOR TOP COLLEGE AND PRO ATHLETES 


    * PRO NFL COMBINE AND DRAFT PREPARATION TRAINER, CERTIFIED IN DYNAMIC WARM UP STRETCHING

  • 00:30

    Disabled dogs achieve agility skills

    in Pets

    Charlie and Lucy are blind and deaf dogs. They will be graduating from an agility training course on Saturday, August 4, 2012. Carol, their parent, and Tara Stermer, their trainer, will share details about this unique program. Individuals who think disable dogs can't learn new skills need to tune into this show!

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