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  • 00:04

    Is the Chief Communications Officer indispensable to a large business?

    in Marketing

    This is the first in a three-part RossTalk Extra series on the role of the Chief Communications Officer in a large organization. RossTalk is hosted by Chicago-based strategic communications consultant Gary Ross. Gary is joined by Arthur W. Page Society president Roger Bolton.  www.garymross.com   @garyrosschicago 

  • 00:16

    Guest: Zach Stone, Chief Strategy Officer, Red Kite Project

    in Business

    Zach Stone, Chief Strategy Officer, Red Kite Project


    Red Kite Projects help innovative companies in healthcare, transit and crisis management fields that struggle with employee burnout, high absenteeism, and performance problems, so they can improve the resiliency of their workforce, and improve their bottom line. 


    www.RedKiteProject.com


    Zach Stone holds a degree in Counseling and Behavioral Health from Drexel University and certificates in crisis intervention, victim/offender conferencing, addiction studies, and human services. He specializes in resiliency building, conflict management, and violence prevention. Zach Stone has spent the last decade as a mediator, facilitator, and corporate trainer and coach. He has worked in a variety of environments including the prison system, government, universities, NPO's, and corporations. He has presented lectures and workshops on a variety of topics to many organizations, including the International Coaching Federation, the Association for Conflict Resolution, and University of Pennsylvania. He is on staff at Drexel University in the Behavioral Health Counseling department.


    www.linkedin.com/pub/zach-stone/13/786/67b


    www.twitter.com/RedKiteProject

  • Selling in a Skirt - The Chief Marketing Officer & The Market Psychologist

    in Women

    Selling in a Skirt with Judy Hoberman with her Guest Sheryl Adkins-Green & DJ Swinyar:


    Since Sheryl joined Mary Kay Inc. in January 2009, she has been instrumental in leading the development of a product portfolio strategy that is generating a sustainable stream of innovative skin care, color and fragrance products. She is driving the development of strategic digital marketing and social media initiatives that are building brand loyalty and enabling independent beauty consultants to successfully sell Mary Kay products anytime and anywhere. Sheryl brings a wealth of knowledge to the Chief Marketing Officer role not only from her Mary Kay experience, but also from her tenure as an executive for several notable Fortune 500 companies including Alberto-Culver, Cadbury-Schweppes, Kraft Foods, and Citigroup where she was a Regional President in Retail Banking.


    DJ Swinyar - In speaking I am able to talk about strategies I used to climb up and out from the bottom. In high school I was voted most likely to live at home with my parents forever and most likely to be a stay at home dad. Since then I have learned about how to shift the psychology of an under achiever and the necessary habits to overcome natural laziness. After teaching myself, I now teach others how to be motivated even when they don't feel like it! In investing, I use a unique approach. I hold a BS in Psychology and the way I analyze the stock market is based on the belief that the stock market is ALL psychology. I even call myself the Market Psychologist. One humorous example of the market's psychology is that after the crash of 2008, the S&P 500 bottomed out at $666. It is interesting that once this point was hit, people didn't dare go any lower.

  • 00:46

    Chief Digital Officer - David Mathison

    in Business

    Does your company have a Chief Digital Officer? According to a study by Gartner, a predicted 25% of businesses will have created and filled the Chief Digital Officer title by 2015. David Mathison is in the hot seat this week as we explore the business imperative of the CDO.  David Mathison is curator of the Chief Digital Officer Summit, and founder of the CDO Club. More than 65% of global CDOs are members. He is best known for his book, Be The Media.  Please join us as we discuss how operating in the new digital landscape is integral to business growth.
    Image: © alphaspirit - Fotolia.com, © germina - Fotolia.com
     

  • 01:36

    Four Elements - Resurrecting the Gods in Nature with special guest Chief Amachi

    in Lifestyle

    Join the Elements as they welcome special guest Chief Amachi Apetor Buaru to discuss the importance of initiation and resurrecting the gods of natures.

  • 00:54

    Racist Madison Police Officer Matt Kenny?

    in Politics Conservative

    This is what the Left Wing media and Liberals in Madison Wisconsin are saying about this police officer NOT charged in the death of Tony Robinson yesterday.


    Tony Robinson was killed after he decided to attack Officer Matt Kenny.  Tony Robinson after getting high on several drugs began attacking people on the street in Madison Wisconsin.  Robinson was then heard inside an apartment beating up another person.


    Officer Kenny heard fighting and things breaking in the apartment.  After radioing dispatch, Officer Kenny entered the apartment where he was attacked by Robinson and subsequently drew his weapon and shot Robinson.


    After the District Attorney came with his decision on Tuesday afternoon Protest lasted for a few hours.


    We, once again are faced with people wanting to blame those that protect us for actually doing their job.  To say that I will have strong words on this show goes without saying!

  • 02:26

    Chief Speaks - Spiritual Gifts & Inspiration

    in Spirituality

    Chief Speaks – Spiritual Gifts and Self Actualization


    Every Sunday call in and speak with Chief Yuya for spiritual advice and counsel including questions such as:


    What does my dream mean?  Why am I drawn to specific animals? How do I identify a true spiritual teacher? How can I find out what my life's purpose is?


    This is not a show for spiritual readings so please call into the show at (347) 945-7680 and come prepared with your questions and comments.


    ABOUT CHIEF YUYA:
    Chief Yuya is an initiated Priest in the Nigerian Orisha tradition and an advanced student of the IFA priestly order, as well. He has been working with the spirit world through various indigenous native systems for over 20 years as a spiritual counselor and guide. Yuya is also the Chief Priest and temple head of "Anu Nation"; where he has initiated a cadre of students into Orisha tradition as well as his own ANU Spiritual Order and currently teaches indigenous occult and mystery systems, African philosophy and spiritual sciences, and divination to adults as well as children through his school, "The Sadulu House Spiritual Center."


    For classes with the Sadulu House please go to Saduluhouse.com


    To schedule a reading or consultation click here.


    To find out where the ANU order will be presenting next go to www.ANUNation.org/Events



     

  • 02:26

    Chief Speaks - Personal Development and Power

    in Spirituality

    Chief Speaks – Spiritual Gifts and Self Actualization


    Every Sunday call in and speak with Chief Yuya for spiritual advice and counsel including questions such as:


    What does my dream mean?  Why am I drawn to specific animals? How do I identify a true spiritual teacher? How can I find out what my life's purpose is?


    This is not a show for spiritual readings so please call into the show at (347) 945-7680 and come prepared with your questions and comments.


    ABOUT CHIEF YUYA:
    Chief Yuya is an initiated Priest in the Nigerian Orisha tradition and an advanced student of the IFA priestly order, as well. He has been working with the spirit world through various indigenous native systems for over 20 years as a spiritual counselor and guide. Yuya is also the Chief Priest and temple head of "Anu Nation"; where he has initiated a cadre of students into Orisha tradition as well as his own ANU Spiritual Order and currently teaches indigenous occult and mystery systems, African philosophy and spiritual sciences, and divination to adults as well as children through his school, "The Sadulu House Spiritual Center."


    For classes with the Sadulu House please go to Saduluhouse.com


    To schedule a reading or consultation click here.


    To find out where the ANU order will be presenting next go to www.ANUNation.org/Events


     

  • 00:28

    Chief Jane Castor:Community Policing And Innovative Approaches To Reducing Crime

    in Current Events

    Join us on Monday, April 27, 2015 at 3:00 p.m. for a very special interview with the retiring Chief of the Tampa Police Department.    Jane Castor’s decisive leadership is evident in all aspects of her 31 year career. She was elected the first
    female president of a police academy class and 26 years later, she became the first woman to lead the
    Tampa Police Department. Chief Castor has redefined community policing in her hometown and driven
    down the crime rate with her innovative approach to fighting crime.
    Over the course of her career, Chief Jane Castor built a reputation for working side by side with
    residents, community leaders, business owners and neighboring law enforcement agencies to reduce
    crime and improve the quality of life in Tampa. Those community partnerships are the foundation of
    TPD’s dynamic crime reduction strategy, “Focus on Four.” Since its induction in 2003, the plan has
    reduced violent and property crime by 70%.    


    Jane’s strong leadership style is balanced with her efforts to help Tampa’s most disadvantaged children.She recently opened the doors of a multi-million dollar gymnasium for the Police Athletic League. The new facility is now serving more than 300 at-risk children. The department also opened a brand new safe haven for children called the RICH House. It’s the second of its kind offering a safe environment for children to thrive and for parents to connect with social services. Chief Castor’s commitment to at-risk kids is exemplified in her new Young Adult Police Academy. It targets kids on the verge of becoming involved in crime.


    Join us as we say farewell to Chief Jane Castor and commend her for serving the City of Tampa and it's diverse communities with distinction.

  • 02:12

    Chief Speaks - Spirit & Prosperity

    in Spirituality

    Chief Speaks – Spiritual Gifts and Self Actualization


    Every Sunday call in and speak with Chief Yuya for spiritual advice and counsel including questions such as:


    What does my dream mean?  Why am I drawn to specific animals? How do I identify a true spiritual teacher? How can I find out what my life's purpose is?


    This is not a show for spiritual readings so please call into the show at (347) 945-7680 and come prepared with your questions and comments.


    ABOUT CHIEF YUYA:
    Chief Yuya is an initiated Priest in the Nigerian Orisha tradition and an advanced student of the IFA priestly order, as well. He has been working with the spirit world through various indigenous native systems for over 20 years as a spiritual counselor and guide. Yuya is also the Chief Priest and temple head of "Anu Nation"; where he has initiated a cadre of students into Orisha tradition as well as his own ANU Spiritual Order and currently teaches indigenous occult and mystery systems, African philosophy and spiritual sciences, and divination to adults as well as children through his school, "The Sadulu House Spiritual Center."


    For classes with the Sadulu House please go to Saduluhouse.com


    To schedule a reading or consultation click here.


    To find out where the ANU order will be presenting next go to AnuNation.org/Events

  • 00:44

    Richmond,CA Police Chief Chris Magnus

    in Politics

    Richmond,CA Police Chief Chris Magnus,I will conduct an exclusive interview concerning The Baltimore crisis and his unique method of community policing. Chief Magnus, who is white, went so far as to hold a “Black Lives Matter” sign. “It seemed to totally represent what we’re trying to accomplish,” says Magnus, “which is respect: this idea that we acknowledge that the relationship between police and the African American community, particularly in many cities, has really been at best strained and at worst incredibly difficult for many, many years.”Magnus took some grief for holding the sign, but he stands by his decision: “It doesn’t mean a wholesale endorsement of attacks on police or saying that police are brutal or racist across the board. Of course I don’t feel that way. I feel like all lives matter. That’s really what community policing should be about.