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The TEAM WORK READY RADIO SHOW is hosted by Jeff Rose, Ms. Carmen Watkins, Frankie Sanders, Mrs. Pamela Rose, and others plus great guests.
FEATURED GUESTS: Carl Eatmon - TWR Regional Vice President of Operations, Adele Johnson - TWR Case Manager
Segment 1: "Centralized Case Management Helps Streamline The Process"
Segment 2: "Meeting Compliance So You Can Get Back To Life"
Segment 3: "Getting Caught Violating Compliance"
Segment 4: "How Case Management Works To Make Sure Your Claim Gets Paid"
Team Work Ready, 877-983-2696 or 713-661-2100, www.TeamWorkReady.com
There are a lot of change management experts and approaches to choose from. How can you tell the good ones from the bad ones? Beth Banks Cohn, President and Founder of ADRA Change Architects, joins the show to warn us of the red flags to watch out for, and share the hallmarks of good change management practice. Listen in to become a better consumer (and provider!) of change management methodologies and services.
Mark has managed “SRI/ESG/ Impact Investing style” discretionary strategy within the Morgan Stanley Portfolio Management platform since 2000. Over the past decade, He has seen the growth of Impact Investing in other areas of the world and now, finally, in mainstream America. Mark was recognized by Smith Barney, prior to the merger, as a “Green” financial advisory professional. The more involved he became in SRI/ESG the more interested he became in the actions of the corporations headquartered in his own backyard. So in 2009, he co-founded the Southeast Corporate Sustainability Ranking. It ranks publicly traded companies according to standardized environmental, social and governance scores. Recently, Mark was asked to serve on the Morgan Stanley Advisory Board to champion the Investing with Impact platform at Morgan Stanley.
Mark holds the position of Senior Vice President of Wealth Management at Morgan Stanley. In addition, he is a Senior Investment Management Consultant, Senior Portfolio Manager and Financial Planning Specialist.
Herb Ross: with Ross & Assoc. will lead a discussion about, "Time Management for Business Success". Herb is a Senior Sales Representative winning several nation sales awards with a record of success in sales management and marketing at the local, regional and national levels. Herb is a creative problem solver with ability to drive revenue growth, resolve conflict, improve morale and exceed profit goals.
In 1990 Mr. Ross founded Specialized Contract Services, Inc. As the Owner and President, Mr. Ross was a consultant to federal government contractors in sales to the various Federal Government agencies. He was so successful in obtaining contracts for others the he started performing Federal Government contract through his company for the Military Entrance Processing Stations (MEPS) throughout the country. In 2007 Mr. Ross sold the company.
Mr. Ross is a serial entrepreneur having owned Food Service, Sales Management and Consulting Companies. Mr. Ross is presently, a Business Management consultant, specializing in assisting company’s in their obtaining contracting opportunities in the Food services arena. Contact Herb Ross, for assistance with build-outs, site selections, management & staff training
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On today's episode of "Can You Relate" I'll be talking with you about money management. Many people with disabilities are on fixed incomes. So, how can we live the life we want with very little "extra" money coming in? That's our topic on the next "Can You Relate." Hope to see you there. ~Eric
From a local legend who has held dozens of wrestling championships to a rising local talent who looks to add yet another championship to his collection this weekend, Georgia Wrestling Now welcomes two tag team greats whose transitions into singles competition was more than successful. First, Wrestling with Pop Culture's Jonathan Williams and Platinum Championship Wrestling's Matt Hankins talk to Pro Wrestling International International Ultra "J" Champion Ethan Case about his recent Premiere Wrestling Xperience X16 tournament win, this weekend's Allied Independent Wrestling Federations America's Heavyweight Championship tournament at Southern Fried Championship Wrestling and more. Then we talk to The Rock 'n' Roll Express' Ricky Morton about his legendary National Wrestling Alliance career, his Big Time Wrestling match in Alma, Ga. this weekend and other topics. Listen live every Monday at 7 p.m. EST and call 347-324-5735 for questions or comments.
In this episode, Dr. O'Connor will discuss the case of a 37 year old man that had a heart attack secondary to anabolic steroid use. Listen to the full story and learn what NOT to do. Also, the American Marine is back on the show and he will give us his take on America and steroids.
Kate Pravera, PhD, the Academic Director and Founder of the UIC Certificate in Nonprofit Management will be a guest on Nonprofit "U" radio blog talk show on Monday, September 14, 2015, from 2:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. Nonprofit "U" is an online forum where nonprofit stakeholders can discuss the latest developments in the sector and increase their capacity to serve their clients and build sustainable communities. Kate Pravera will share insights on five trends in nonprofit management, and how nonprofit leaders can position themselves to "ride the wave". Enjoy a lively discussion on
1. Exercising democracy: the fundamental survival skill of the 2010’s
2. Innovation literacy (becoming literate in what authentic innovation is and how to do it)
3. Reframing mission (not just organizational but in social, civic, economic and political context)
4. Burying institutional silos, developing new alliances.
5. Cultivating inclusive leadership.
Call in live at (347) 884-8121. You don't need an account to listen, but, if you want to participate in an online chat, open a listener-only account at https://secure.blogtalkradio.com/register.aspx?type=listener to participate in a live chat.
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IT Projects fail at an alarming rate. Estimates range to as high as 86%, but it is safe to say that at least half of all IT projects fail to deliver on-time, on-budget, and provide the anticipated results. How can you improve your results?
According to Karla Sasser, IT could learn a lot from the beancounters in accounting. Sasser has worked on both the IT and accounting and she knows how they take sides. IT gets annoyed at accounting's constant worrying about every penny, and accounting looks at IT as rather haphazard. Here's the thing. As IT and finance get increasingly digitized, the practices of both are starting to overlap. Each can inform the other and make both work smarter and better.
Sasser's book, Friggin' Beancounters, is on that exact issue. She believes she can help everyone work better. On the next episode of IT radio we'll ask Sasser how accounting can help IT:
Get more projects in on time and on budget
Learn from the best practices of accounting
Make the CFO happier while still delivering the tech they think is best
Come together around basic common needs
Karla Sasser is an accomplished internal auditor, accountant and author with more than 20 years’ experience in information technology and accounting. Her areas of expertise include Sarbanes-Oxley compliance, corporate governance, enterprise risk services and IT auditing. Karla specializes in helping organizations identify and solve problems involving business processes and controls. She is a licensed certified public accountant (CPA) in Florida and California, a certified information technology professional (CITP), a certified internal auditor (CIA) and a chartered global management accountant (CGMA). She is currently a senior associate with Aviva Spectrum, Inc. of Los Angeles, a provider of internal audit, SOX compliance, and risk management services on the West Coast.