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Today my guest is Bob Dietrich. Bob is the owner of Energy Efficiency Consultants, which is an energy conservation consulting company that specializes in helping businesses permanently reduce their energy bills. He’s a member of San Diego Toastmasters where he took his club from 3 members in 2001 to the highest performing club in District 5. Bob’s in the process of writing a book onhow to use Toastmasters and the Toastmsters manuals to prepare yourself to be a public speaker. He’s currently the chairman the D5 Speakers Bureau. Bob is also the Chairman of the upcoming Leadership and Communication Expo, or as we call it LACE. I’ve been a Toastmaster for a long time and I always knew this event as TLI. Bob is the creator of the new, and I must say, fabulous format now known as LACE. I hope to see you at LACE, June 29th. ~Debra Simpson
People can be leaders in title but not display the attributes of leadership, conversely there are those who don't have these titles,but do express these qualities.
Everyone has their own unique leadership style but there will be times when you have to adjust that style to suit the situation and the group.
Some of the challenges leaders and teams face
Communication breakdowns Shifting from Department Head to Leadership team member – getting out of the silo mode Motivating others towards a shared vision Resolving conflict Leading through example We’ll look at Leading through People, Leading through Vision, Leading through Drive and Leading to Deliver.
Eva has worked in the training and consulting industry for more than 10 years helping people and organizations work more effectively. Companies that have a culture of honest, open communication both internally and externally tend to have greater success on a number of levels. This has been a primary focus for her organization. Eva’s company helps the organization clarify what they stand for and what their goals are when it comes to overall success. Defining what that success looks like is the first step.
Eva has an MBA from Simon Fraser University, A diploma in Hospitality and Travel & Tourism from Centennial College and a number of Hotel and Leadership related courses from Cornell University. Eva is also a licensed practitioner for Insights and Lumina.
Are you looking to be a Pioneer leader or Pioneer organization with a purpose for greater giving? Join the conversation as we invite Barry George, Founder and Coach with Impact Ventures as he shares some insight, thought leadership and best practices for how traditional leadership concepts are being challenged by dramatic changes to global economics and new demands of the workforce. Demographics for our current and emerging workforce have been shaped to a large degree by the global economic changes over the last 20 years. Leaders must cope with the differences of Baby Boomers and GenX. In addition to pioneer leadership having a framework for these three generations in the workplace for the purposes of business growth, pioneer leaders must reach forward into the next two generations, GenZ and GenAlpha, to prepare them for a future world that is promising nothing but uncertainty. Finally, it's time to discuss if leadership is attained or should it be distributed through all generations. Leadership may be the one resource for which there is no substitute. About Barry George Barry George is a transformational leader with a pioneering and entrepreneurial spirit and the resourcefulness necessary to unlock an individual and organization’s potential and achieve new levels of success. Mr. George has a history of revamping organizations for growth into new and existing markets, product lines, and strategic opportunities resulting in revenue, profitability and growth and increased shareholder value. For more background and to connect with Barry George, please see his LinkedIn profile.
Leadership and Emotional Intelligence expert, Steve Gutzler has consistently received high honors in delivering his presentations to a world-class list of clients. Steve changes lives with his powerful message. He believes that radical changes require us to explore new frontiers, internal frontiers, if we wish to become stars in our own organizations or to empower others in theirs. Individuals are now required to become greater personal leaders than ever before. This new internal frontier has more to do with self-control, self-knowledge, authenticity, and honest communication than any host of technical abilities or any amount of IQ. Steve founded Leadership Quest in 1995 and has continued to grow and develop his inspiring presentation and training programs through the relationships and experiences with his clients. He has published his first E-book; The Two Minute Drill: How to be a great leader under intense pressure and his second E- book; Emotional Intelligence for Personal Leadership, both of which are now available for purchase through Amazon. You can follow Steve on Facebook and Twitter.
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Jan Beauregard will be discussing the newer bottom- up approaches used in trauma resolution work that she has found to be particularly effective with sexual addiction. Specifically She will be talking about how she has integrated Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, ego state or Internal family Systems Therapy and Trauma Sensitive Yoga techniques into her work with this population. This model is used in conjunction with the Patrick Carnes Recovery Task Model as well as 12 Step Recovery tools.
Listen as Jan helps us to understand the multitude of resources available in sexual addiction recovery!
Sexual Addiction can be managed if you utilize a variety of resources. This radio show teaches you the recovery tasks needed to work through the shame that accompanies this compulsion.
Carol the Coach has worked with 1000's of clients who have fought this disorder and learned how to manage it and live fully optimal lives. Listen to her as she shares her wisdom and interviews the experts in her field.
Carol Juergensen Sheets is a certified sexual addictions counselor and was trained by Dr. Patrick Carnes who has been instrumental in developing programs and clinical skill sets that promote recovery,
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Janis is talking with Jeanette Mitchell about Milwaukee's new Neighborhood Leadership Institute, partnership among Cardinal Stritch Unitersity, the Greater Milwaukee Foundation, Zilber Family Foundation, Northwestern Mutual Foundation, LISC Milwaukee and United Neighborhood Centers of Milwaukee.
Jeanette is describing how the idea for the Institute emerged, what was done to get started, how the 13 neighborhood teams were selected for the pilot year, along with an overview of the curriculum. She is also sharing information about the projects that the neighborhood teams have designed and implemented as part of the curriculum and what difference these projects (and new leadership skills) are making in Milwaukee's neighborhoods.
Part 3 of our special focus on Veterans will focus on employers interested in hiring Veterans on their teams. We will discuss such important topics as;
Is your work environment ready to hire a Veteran? What is the ideal work culture that allows a Veteran to smoothly transition back to the civilian workforce? Where do we find Veterans that can fill our employment needs? Do employers need special internal communication or leadership training before hiring a veteran? Mr. Greg Jenkins of inQuest Consulting recently completed a successful US Army career spanning over 30 years that included duties in Germany, South Korea, Iraq and a number of stateside assignments culminating at the Pentagon, Washington D.C. Greg was one of the founding team members of the Army Diversity Office, where his commitment to diversity & inclusion was instrumental in helping create the Army's first-ever diversity policy and other initiatives.
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Join us for an interview with Dr. Vincenzo Aliberti and Fabian Asin.
Vincenzo Aliberti’s passion lies in helping people reach new heights, their greatness. Assisting people to realize their goals and dreams brings him true happiness.
Vincenzo has worked for small, medium and large multinational corporations for over 16 years across much of North America.
For the last 15 years his dream has been to use his "enthusiasm" and "passion" to "empower" and "inspire" people to reach their true potential, their personal greatness! He turned to writing to accomplish this, and this is reflected through the title of his most recent book, "Achieve Your Greatness".
Fabian Asin currently works as Project Manager at Hallmark Tubulars Ltd. Mr. Asin has more than 20 years’ business experience in Information Technology, Manufacturing, Consulting, Human Resources, Insurance, and Call Centre Operations. He developed a keen interest for exploring the human spirit in organizational change management while working with PricewaterhouseCoopers during a time of exciting change in the culture and structure of the company. As a business analyst and project manager, he optimized performance and exceeded organizational expectations by using project management, streamlining processes and implementing continuous improvement practices.
Fabian Asin’s passion is to help people achieve their dreams. He believes that every human being has been born to fulfill a purpose to strengthen the society and to live a peaceful and meaningful life.
In this interview we will talk about the importance of leadership in achieving your true potential.
Everything contains energy. I communicate with animals, plants, and the world around me. We all do. For me, the animals, plants and world communicate back to me. It is an innate, organic, natural way of life. It’s the link between animals, people and the environment and how spiritual growth and healing can come from the relationship each of us establishes with the world around us. I work with animals to educate people on that interconnectedness as well as assisting in the spiritual advancement and mastery desired by my clients (both animal and human). I have found that as the animal/person/environment bond becomes stronger, communication and healing takes place on all levels.
I am an animal communicator. Although society demands a title for the work a person does, I find any title I give myself limits me to the abundance of knowledge the Universe contains. I find it difficult to describe exactly what I do, for I do is whatever is called upon in any given situation. I ask for whatever information needs to be presented and the Universe supplies the answers in various forms and energies. I work with unlimited possibilities for the best outcome for all.