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“Leadership is not about titles, positions or flowcharts. It is about one life influencing another.” - John Maxwell
CEO - Title.
Wealth - Power
Popularity - Influence.
Each exists independently, and may also co-exist simultaneously. A title can convey power, but the person with the title may not have or exert power. Wealth can bring popularity, but not only is it not guaranteed, but it may be of the wrong kind. A popular person may not have title or wealth, but they could sway their popularity to gain both.
When leaders and entrepreneurs wake up each day and begin their activities, their focus may be unconcsiouly impacting or pursuing one or all of these attributes, but I propose pursuing influence may be the best use of their time and energy. In this show I will build the case for Influence.
Listen to Dr. Sharon Johnson John Maxwell Certified Coach and Speaker in this session on the Law of Influence. The true measure of leadership is Influence, Nothing more, Nothing less.
Abraham Lincoln started with the rank of captain, but by the time the war was over, he was a private. He was a casualty of the Law of Influence.
Connect with Dr. Sharon Johnson at http://www.comtvate.com
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Host and Leader Development Specialist, Allison McClintick, talks about empathy-it's positive impact on leadership and influence and the unfortunate consequences of when empathy is taken too far.
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Host Allison McClintick chats with military spouse and professional, ethics guru, fierce woman and thought leader, Kristina Hammock about influence in the real world and what it takes to gain authenticity and positive power.
"Living Under The Influence" with guest speaker, Minister Vincent Thomas.
"Alcohol is a cheap substitute for who the Holy Spirit is in the life of the believer."
in case you missed Monday's conclusion to the discussion with Jeffery O.G. Ogbar about "The Influence of Hip-Hop", now your's chance to experience "The FX"
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Host and Leader Development Specialist, Allison McClintick, spends 15 minutes talking about the power of respect using the example of a photograph taken in China of 7 doctors bowing to a 10 year old child, who just donated his organs after succumbing to his brain cancer. Why does this "reach" us? What can we learn from it and how can it impact our leadership intention?
As we have progressed through more than four decades since the decline of the civil rights movement, we have experienced a complete shift in paradigms as far as the consciousness of our youth toward our struggle. During the late sixties and seventies, our youth stood up in rebellion against a system that was non-conducive to their quest for elevation and empowerment. With songs from artist such as Marvin Gay (Mother Mother) and James Brown (Say it Loud, I'm Black and I'm Proud). Music played a vital role in reinforcing a positive black image and a sense of pride within our youth.
During the 80s and the early 90s, hip hop rose to the occasion, with rappers and groups that flooded the air waves with positive messages. Groups, such as The Last Poets, Public Enemy, Brand Nubian, Sister Souljah, The Roots, and the list goes on, promoted a positive self-image and a political awareness that brought enlightenment and a sense of empowerment to the black youth. The positive image that flowed not only gave us something from a culture that was all our own, it taught us history that we were not getting through traditional education and main stream media.
Hip hop has been raped and pillaged, and it no longer resembles the art form that was undeniably African. It has become one of the most destructive forces in our community. Now, hip hop wages war against the very people who created it. In fact, one could argue that hip hop is no longer hip hop at all. White (Jewish) owned record labels have promoted the interpolation of disrespectful and misogynistic lyrics from their artist, and the result has been a decline in self-awareness by black youth, and a desensitization of the plight of the black race as a whole.
Join us as we discuss the current state of hip hop and its influence on black culture. We will also discuss how we can actually use this knowledge to our advantage
George LaRocque, Founder of InfluenceHR Chats with Rayanne
As the Technology World which supports Talent Acquisition and the Management of said Talent readies for the world's largest HR Technology Conference 7-10 OCT in Vegas, George LaRocque prepares for InfluenceHR, a full-day event held in Vegas on 6 OCT - spilling marketing secrets to and from CEOs, CMOs, and customer-facing executives who market and sell to the HR buyer. George just happens to be one of Rayanne's favorite people in the world, so this should be a fun conversation!
George and Rayanne discuss influence and how it impacts marketing and selling and whether or not there is such a thing as too much influence.
HR Latte is a fast-paced, quick hit show where you can expect not only surprises but the information you need to know for success in the world of talent management.
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We all want to be demonstrate positive influence on our own lives and the lives of others-but demonstrating leadership (influence) is not always as easy as we think it should be.
This podcast will explain how to get your arms around leadership in 10 steps that you can start thinking about to get your influence where it needs to be NOW!
"When embarking on a journey never ask directions from someone who has never left home!"
I have definitely left home many times and continue to guide many organizations and leaders on their personal journey. As the president of CORE Consulting, I've had the opportunity to serve as a catalyst for organizations who want to make a difference and choose to do this through their leaders' potential. Serving as a well received keynote speaker for an audience of well over 1000 sales people as well as an inspiring motivational speaker for an over 300 employee organization and as a dynamic breakout session leader for an international organization!
Ladies and gentlemen we are in for a dynamite treat as we listen and learn from the expert Ms. Bernadette Johnson, and how she can show us how to be "Waves of Influence" on In Life Now Radio!