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Talent Board member Kevin Grossman @KevinGrossman join us at Lunch on DriveThruHR to talk about the #CandEs Awards and the Candidate Experience Symposium taking place 9/30-10/2 in Fort Worth. DriveThruHR was designed to be a captivating and easy-to-digest lunch discourse that covers topics relevant to HR professionals and their #ArtofFailure & #SuccessStories. The radio program is hosted by @williamtincup, @Thehrbuddy @TheOneCrystal & @MikeVanDervort.. Follow the #1 HR Talk show on the twitters at @drivethruhr & #dthr.
With fewer than 14 weeks before the next school board election, Newarkers will be asked to evaluate a slew of candidates competing for 3 seats. What exactly is the role and responsibility of a school board member?
Every year in New Jersey an estimated five hundred new school board members begin their service on their local boards of education. They want to be effective, but there is so much to learn, and there are many relationships to build in a very short time. What can these new board members learn from others who have experienced that same situation recently? What lessons did board members who have just finished their first term learn, that might help our new board members in 2016? What can veteran school board members do to make the transition the best for all? Please join NJSBA’s host Ray Pinney as he discusses these lessons with school board members Kathy Helewa of Warren Township, Tom Maier of Pemberton and Jeffrey Klein of Fair Lawn.
Corey Andrews will join me to talk about his candidacy for Howard County Board of Education in 2016.
You can visit his campaign website at: www.andrewsforhocoboe.com
Pravin Ponnuri will join me to talk about his candidacy for Howard County Board of Education in 2016.
You can visit his campaign website at: http://www.pravinponnuri.com/
Kirsten Coombs will join me to talk about her candidacy for Howard County Board of Education in 2016.
You can visit her campaign website at: www.kirstencoombs.org
We hear time and time again that most board appointments happen because of a connection through your own network. Keep connected to those who could be a vital piece to the boardroom puzzle. During this BlogTalk episode, you'll learn who you need to stay connected with, why they are important on your board search, and how you network effectively and with maximum impact.
Talent Board Member Elaine Orler join us at Lunch on DriveThruHR on the eve of the Candidate Experience Symposium taking place 9/30-10/2 in Fort Worth. DriveThruHR was designed to be a captivating and easy-to-digest lunch discourse that covers topics relevant to HR professionals and their #ArtofFailure & #SuccessStories. The radio program is hosted by @williamtincup, @Thehrbuddy @TheOneCrystal & @MikeVanDervort.. Follow the #1 HR Talk show on the twitters at @drivethruhr & #dthr.
On this week's show, hosts Ron Bachman and Doug Field talk with special guests from HealthEngine and Colibrium.
The first guest is Jonathan Weiss, the founder and CEO of HealthEngine. Today, we’ll talk about how to turn the myth of health care consumerism into reality. Consumers need effective tools in order to be savvy health care consumers, and they need to work in partnership with their physicians since the patient/doctor relationship is sacred. HealthEngine offers such a solution. The HealthEngine Marketplace Platform – available to consumers, employers, physicians and facilities at no charge – gives consumers access to quality and pricing information for 1.2 million health care providers in the U.S. In this interview, Jonathan and the hosts discuss how to empower physicians with tools to enable consumers to access and choose high-quality care at a lower cost.
The second guest is Mark Poling, co-founder and CEO of Colibrium, a company that delivers integrated software solutions designed specifically for the health insurance industry. Historically health insurers built relationships with their brokers, depending on them to build relationships with their members. Once a member, the health insurer managed the member’s claims. Many health insurers only interact with five to 10 percent of their members beyond required regulatory communications, while potentially having the most powerful information about a person, their health and well-being. Health insurers have the data and knowledge to build deep and trusted relationships with their members, but struggle with where and how to start. In this segment, Mark and the hosts discuss the importance of knowing your consumers in today’s consumer-driven environment.
Vision Board Posted by sundaypoem
I love to celebrate happy accidents, and I love it when my desires slowly start to manifest, so in acknowledgment of this strange place in my life I decided to begin work on a vision board. In case you didn’t know a vision board is basically just a collage of words and images meant to display your dreams and desires, but it can also serve as an inner roadmap to navigate your current disposition. I decided to use a sketchbook so that I could do a series of smaller vision boards, or a vision book. That way I can repeat the process often and track my progress, see how I am changing and growing, and notice easily which areas I should improve.
My first step was to go through some old magazines and cut out any images or words that moved me in some way. Naturally that meant a good deal of foreign destination pictures, really amazing shoes, yummy looking foods, and varying sizes and colors of different cut-out words. I tried not to think too much about this process so that I wouldn’t know exactly what was going to happen on my board—I wanted it to be a very organic, self-actualizing experience. Once I had procured about a thousand or so scraps of paper that I felt very strongly about, I went through them and organized them into groups that went something like this in my mind: things that apply to me in this very moment, travel and exploration, fashion, health and exercise, reading and writing, and home life. After I sorted my cut-outs into these six groups (which they naturally fell into without any planning), I discarded anything that I no longer felt related to myself or my vision board.
On a previous episode we ended up talking about on-board cameras, and it opened up a very heated conversation between our hosts and some other callers, so we decided we better continue talking about how our american truckers are being watched with on board cameras by their companies. Should companies be doing this? What are the pros (if any) and what are the cons (most would agree outweigh-pros) but if you put yourself in the shoes of a company who is constantly getting sued because of mistake their drivers are making, what would you do? Would you try to implement a policy even against you personal judgments? Lets discuss this truckers! Call us Live 516-387-1911.
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