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In his new book ‘42 Rules for Successful Collaboration’, David Coleman points out that nothing happens until people, processes and technology sync up—in that order. An author and analyst who’s been focused on knowledge sharing for so long that he snapped up www.collaborate.com when it was still available, David’s sweet spot is people. For more than 20 years he’s observed how culture, environment and corporate politics influence online teamwork. On the Januar
A group of collaborators, including rivals, as well as entities from public and private sectors - what if this group could collaborate their way to a competative advantage?
Eric Lowitt, author of the best selling book, The Future of Value, outlines a new economic paradigm - one that yeilds growth in a way that strengthens the gloabal systems we rely on daily for survival - food, water, and enegy.
Lowitt is a premiere strategy and sustainability advisor to CEOs and corporations worldwide. He is the author of The Collaboration Economy and The Future of Value and writes regular columns for The Guardian and HBR.org. Lowitt is the founder of Nexus Global Advisors, a leading strategy, collaboration, and sustainability advisory firm. For more information visit www.EricLowitt.com.
The RejuveNation Collaboration is a bi-annual webinar series chock-full of strategies, tools, and resources to help you nurses practice better self-care.
The host, Elizabeth Scala – herself a nurse and wellness coach – has assembled nine fabulous presenters with specific knowledge and expertise to leave you
Feeling energized and refocused, with renewed dedication to your personal and professional goals and ready to make more time for the relaxing, fun activities that leave you fulfilled. You’ll also find yourselves armed with a variety of supports for continued accountability and lasting success. The series has served over 350 participants worldwide and you’ll be pleased to know that the Collaboration has been approved by the Maryland Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.
The next RejuveNation Collaboration begins on October 21, but we have a special treat for you. On this episode, we’ll be hosting speakers from the RCIV right here on RN.FM radio. They’re going to tell us a bit about themselves and the topics they’ll be presenting on.
Plus, for all who listen to that show on September 23, you can register with the RC while we're live and on air and your name will be entered in a drawing to receive two RCIV Backstage Passes – that’s one for you and one for a friend. Those passes will get you access to all the live Collaboration presentations, their recordings, the series workbook, a week’s worth of daily meditations, and the conference swag bag filled with additional goodies from the presenters.
Again, you must register during the show on September 23 to be part of the drawing and we'll be announcing the raffle winner at the end of the show. See you there!
What are the best ways to achieve self-reliance? How important is collaboration? Join host Anita Casalina and producer Warren Whitlock as they discuss they issues while waiting for a guest who couldn't show up due to a scheduling issue... but will reappear in the future.
Anita Casalina and Warren Whitlock with an Improvised Chat
There are many ways to achieve self-reliance, including how our organizational spotlight, Gifts4Moms, encourages it. It could include promoting leadership, education, financial literacy, and even just giving to others instead of focusing too hard on your own problems. You can create a ripple effect by paying it forward and serving others, which will ironically pay you back in the long run. Lots of other ideas and solutions are also discussed in this ad-libbed episode.
"If two men on the same job agree all the time, then one is useless. If they disagree all the time, both are useless." - Darryl F. Zanuck
Join Libby each week when she interviews business leaders, bestselling authors, and idea generators on nnovative topics straight from the pages of her latest book "Capture the Mindshare and the Market Share Will Follow: The Art and Science of Building Brands."
Guest Expert Patty Triplett West Good Karmal GoodKarmal.com
COLLABORATE: How Collaboration Can Give You A Competitive Edge
Two brains are better than one - and twenty brains are better than two. Discover some practical methods for harnessing the power of collaboration, whether you work with a huge staff, a small in-house team, a group of outside vendors - or just you yourself. Libby helps you craft and share the Credibility Boosters that will jumpstart your collaborative process. In our Innovators Interview, Libby talks with Patty Triplett West, owner of GoodKarmal.com, makers of all-natural flavored caramels that InStyle magazine calls "the smart treat for the spiritual set," and Oprah Winfrey says "might be the best caramels I've ever had."
In our final Q from U segment, Libby answers a listener question about how to get her in-home caretaking business found online. Renata Felsner of Anam Cara 24/7 wants to know if she needs a video on her homepage video or if she should focus on building a community. Find out where to start in building a fan base.
#TChat Radio is all new on Tuesday, March 5, 2013, at 7:30 pm ET (4:30 pm PT). We've all seen what polarization can do to a community and country. Extreme polarization hobbles our ability to improve processes and social ills, to progress at a global business leader, to just plain get things done. According to our guest this week, Jesse Lyn Stoner (@JesseLynStoner), collaboration is the remedy for polarization. "Collaboration is not about giving up your individuality. In fact, successf
Hey nurses! Are you ready to be supported, rejuvenated and empowered?
The RejuveNation Collaboration is a bi-annual webinar series designed with busy, overworked nurses in mind! Held in the Spring and Fall of each year, this two-week event provides healthcare professionals like you with strategies, tools, and resources to care for yourself at a mind, body, emotional, and spiritual level. Through the series and this website, you can find community, support, rejuvenation, and empowerment.
Join us Monday, March 25th as we introduce, interview, and get to know some of the RCIII presenters coming your way this April! Be the first to learn about speaker expertise and workshop topic content. Have fun with us as we learn more about the series and how it will benefit you in your nursing career!
#TChat Radio is all new and live Wednesday, July 31, 2013, at 6:30 pm ET (3:30 pm PT). Remember, the #TChat Twitter chat will follow from 7-8 pm ET. Even though we didn't have a radio show last week, we still had a powerhouse crowdsourced #TChat. Segue -- according to this week's #TChat Radio guest, "Collaboration and cooperation are the only way to succeed today. It’s how we scale." And with U.S. companies spending 39 percent more on social learning in 2012 than they did the year before according to Bersin by Deloitte, we'll discuss why this is all so critical for personal and professional growth and success. With an explosive demand for social learning, formal and informal knowledge sharing, and increased collaboration, employers are finding new ways to enrich people’s careers, foster their engagement and retain them at the company. Join #TChat co-creators and hosts Meghan M. Biro and Kevin W. Grossman as we welcome our special guest: Nick Kellet, social collaboration proponent and co-founder of List.ly, a service that curates the Web's best social lists. This will be another important show for us all, so we hope to "hear" you here! **A special thank you to our "world of work" partner Achievers. Learn more here!
ENVISION THIS...Weaving people and ideas into a community vision
Our guest, Lillian Lake, is a Community Visionary working to build community prosperity. She strongly believes "collaboration, cooperation and communication" is the best route to using limited resources wisely.” Lil works for community prosperity in Western Maine and also shares her thoughts and calendar of events through her blog at /www.lillianlake.com,.
lil works tirelessly to promote healthy, local and affordable opportunities. Her take on “local” is expansive and inclusive: “Local is more than miles. It’s justice, environment, sustainability, retreat. I connect people and ideas from diverse areas – public institutions, businesses, non-profits, farm owners and fishers.”
Lillian is a skilled and knowledgeable adviser, writer, and speaker on building community prosperity with a particular focus on local food systems. She works with communities and organizations by inspiring and leading them to build sound foundations. Working with many non-profit organizations, she has developed skills to cultivate and nurture donors and sponsors; plan events; develop new campaigns; and identify and cultivate corporate partnerships and sponsorships.
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Kat interviews Delia Horwitz and Paula Vigneault, partners and collaborators of 20+ years. They are on the front edge of what Kat believes is the future of conscious business, getting along, allowing and collaborating without ego and judgement. This duo works with business groups to bring together the dynamics of respectful, inclusive communications that blend and merge positive actions for all. How do we do that with everyone having a vision that fits them? How do we align with the right outcome are some of the questions will ask CALL IN TO FIND YOUR ANSWERS OF WORKING AS BUSINESS COLLABORATORS. 347.989.0252 Check out Collaboration Souphttp://www.collaborationsoup.com/