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#TChat Radio is all new on Tuesday, April 23, 2013, at 7:30 pm ET (4:30 pm PT).
In the U.S. there are over 1.5 million nonprofit organizations that compete for charitable dollars. The fact is it's become more difficult today to attract donations in our social media-savvy society, despite spending over $7.6 billion annually on marketing.
What to do? Well, according to the 2012 Nonprofit Social Networking Report, nonprofits find great value in their fast-growing social networks. This makes sense since many of us utilize social networks to communicate and collaborate in a variety of personal and professional ways, including aligning with companies' corporate social responsibility initiatives. We live in a society today where social giving, impact investing and paying it forward are indicative of a different way of thinking about philanthropy, and there are new services and platforms that allow nonprofits, consumers and small businesses to benefit greatly in their giving. This week’s #TChat Radio and Twitter #TChat will discuss what it means to put social giving in this new nonprofit world of work. #TChat co-creators and hosts, Meghan M. Biro and Kevin W. Grossman welcome this week's guests Marion Mariathasan, CEO of SoRewarding.com, a cause-focused social network that integrates giving into your daily activities, and Jure Klepic, a prolific speaker, writer, marketing and social media innovator who specializes in marketing strategy and social media innovation for consumer business.
This will be a great "world of work" show, so we hope to see you here!
It is unbelievable the amount of money that is donated to charitable causes for disease states. We are told that progress is being made with the billions donated. Systemic inflammation significantly contributes to the expression of the genes responsible for the specific disease state. So what are they researching? Why are they not applying anti-inflammatory strategies appropriately right now with the money?
Join me to discuss if pursuing what has already been discovered is the path forward out of the health care mess.
To celebrate Thanksgiving and the holiday spirit, we're focusing today's show on the charitable side of fashion by featuring three companies who are making a difference and doing thoughtful and empowering work. First, we'll be welcomed by Sarah Pasquinucci, External Relations Manger for Tide, to talk about Tide Loads of Hope. In times of disaster people turn to the most basic of human needs—and one of those is clean clothes. The Tide Loads of Ho
(Re-cast from October 4, 2012)
Norman Wolfe is recognized as an expert in changing business methods and creating a greater impact to improve the lives served by these systems. He serves on boards of directors and is an adviser to CEOs and boards as well as and a leader of corporate organizations. He has led major turnarounds and restructured and growth initiatives across a wide range of industries. Mr. Wolfe has been CEO and Chairman of Quantum Leaders, Inc., since 2002 and a consulting firm committed to changing the way business operates. His book The Living Organization® is an amalgamation and a refinement of what lies at the core of these different disciplines. It is also a robust new model that describes how to work with the forces that create an individual’s or an organization’s results. We discuss patterns of group trends as they exist in society and how we collectively form a living organism with its own life cycles.
Find out more at: www.TheLivingOrganization.com
During this National Nurses Week episode of RN.FM Radio, we will be joined by Susan Sullivan, BSN, MSN, who serves as the Secretary for the National Nursing Network Organization (NNNO).
Susan Sullivan recently retired after more than 45 years in nursing, the final 20 of which were in Public Health. After completing her BSN at California State University, Los Angeles and her MSN at Loma Linda University, Susan worked for 10 years as Nursing Supervisor in a large acute hospital and taught nursing at Long Beach City College. During the latter half of her nursing career, Susan worked in public health where her leadership experiences in the acute hospital and teaching helped prepare her for the challenges she found in community nursing. An accomplished nurse with a career focus on public health, Susan will speak with us specifically about the campaign to create the position of a National Nurse for Public Health within the Public Health Service.
We will discuss the bill that is now before Congress (HR 485), the legislators who are supporting the bill, and how you can become involved and support this exciting campaign!
SPECIAL EDITION of Diversity News Radio, On AIR with Steven Escobar
Special Show on: Bogus charitable organizations, hacked account and Eric Zuley Retaliation!
Listen in to this information session where you will learn the basic details about our Labour and Postpartum Doula certification programs from Tanya Goreing and Michelle Stroud, doula trainers with The Healing Arts Learning Organization Doula division.
We will address these questions:
What does it take to become a certified doula with HALO?
What does a doula do?
Why choose HALO for your training? What is life as a doula really like?
Have questions of your own about our doula training? Call in and ask! (713) 955-0370 We will answer them live.
This week's special guest is Chris Davitt, Partner and President of Ruppert Landscape.
On tonight's show, Chris will discuss developing an employee-focused organization. How do you do it and what are the advantages?
Ruppert is a very unique culture built on hard work, high energy and attention to detail. The culture is very employee focused. Our number one asset is our employees so we devote a lot of attention to hiring employees and keeping them for life.
Some of the topics we will cover include:
• Celebrating successes and longevity
• Performance based bonus plans & discretionary bonuses
• Growth and promotion
• Opportunity for Training & Development
• Organizational / branching structure to enable autonomy
• The role of charitable giving
• Innovation: green, organic and sustainable development
Are you looking to optimize your orgnization's value and ability to be acquired with key partner relationships? Join the conversation as we invite Bob Barker, Expert Coach, and Founder of 20/20 Outlook as he shares some insight, thought leadership and a “valuation framework” for how your organization can be acquired at the best price. Established businesses sometimes hit a plateau. Though the CEO has a vision for growth, translating it into clear, well-supported strategies can be challenging. Bob Barker has a passion for helping CEO's achieve their vision for their enterprise by creating breakout strategies that lead to exceptional execution. A rare combination of C level experience both in large public companies as well as startups provides unique insights. Over a 30-year period, Bob has negotiated and implemented multiple partnerships with major industry players, resulting in new products that drove multi-million dollar increases in revenue. Bob has also led multiple acquisitions for a large company. As Entrepreneur in Residence for an early stage venture firm, Bob's evaluations led to investments in emerging technology companies and more recently, Bob has guided product direction and technical partnership efforts for a billion-dollar software company, driving revenue and mindshare for a portfolio of >100 products in 7 families with $700M in annual product revenue.
The Post 9/11 War Being Waged in the Middle East is the Longest War in Our History.
Military Families are Facing Multiple Deployments,
Often at Great Personal and Economic Cost.
Beyond the forgotten headlines-Beyond the forgotten battles across the globe-Beyond the lonely vigil of military families-There are the day to day health needs of our post 9/11 military, their families, and veterans.
What are those needs?
How do we support the waiting families?
And how do we bring them all the medical care they need and deserve?
Quietly and effectively, USA Cares has been answering the call since 2003, first as a neighborhood organization, then as a statewide organization, and now as a national organization
Jennifer Robinson is the VP of Programs and Services at USA Cares where she has worked since 2007. She is a graduate of Ohio State University and holds a Masters from Troy University. Her commitment to helping the military was instilled in her while growing up as an “army brat”. Many of the situations she faces in her work at USA Cares, situations similar to those her family faced, reaffirm her commitment to the organization and those it serves.
Tonight we are discussing the Western Civilization origination of t he Illuminati. They subscribed to 33 degrees of spiritual power which equates as Lucifer. Lucifer and the Devil are one and the same. Of course, we who are Ifa-Orisa worshippers or followers do not subscribe to this belief at all.
Ifa teaches us there is no Devil. The persons that subscribe to the belief of there is Devil are the one who subscribe to the Illuminati and their 33 degrees of spirituality on the scale of 360 degrees, which is the circumference of the globe or the circle, which is also the circumference of the Opon Ifa, the Divining Board. Please, join us. We welcome any of your comments and answers