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ALLBLACKEVERYTHING tonight will be dedicated to Sis. Tiffany James and all the other sisters who have lost their lives to the constant and relentless assault on the black woman.
On tonight's episode we will take a long hard look at the global assault on the Afrikan woman. Why is it she goes unprotected throughout the world. What does this mean for the future of our people ? What are some solutions?
Also tonight ABE will launch its BOB ( Black Owned Business) spotlight !!! Tonight we will be joined by bro. Andre Lovelace founder and owner of The Nubian Experience, a clothing line celebrating our culture for our people. He will share with us his vision and give some advice for those of us looking to do it for ourselves.
Join Sista Tria and Bro. Kuji along with the entire Culture Freedom Family as we talk about the issues that matter to us. The time 9 pm est. The call in number is 347-850-8030. Call in this is our discussion our time Our voice ...We All We Got . Abibifahodie!!!
John Stix’s career as an entrepreneur in both telecommunications and marketing has provided him with a wealth of experience taking start-ups to enterprise level organizations.
A co-founder of Fibernetics, one of the largest telecom companies in the country with points of presence coast-to-coast that supports hundreds of thousands of Canadians with their telecommunications needs.
His current role is President of Fibernetics, where he oversees an international team of telecom professionals principally through their residential brand, Worldline and their business services division, NEWT.
He mentors Fibernetics Ventures Inc. and its associated companies: Fongo, Cloud at Cost, Rack & Data and Plasticity.
John’s journey continues with a focus on improving culture with the “I’m in!” initiative.
John is passionate about culture in companies and what makes a great company become incredible. He lives it every day and is completely committed to this goal.
An entrepreneurship mentor with Fibernetics Ventures and with Communitech, he helps guide the next generation of business leaders to produce world changing products and services to market.
#Commitment, #Happiness, #Culture & #I'm in!
On tonight's episode of ALLBLACKEVERYTHING. ...We will talk about having our own institutions. ..churches,schools, banks, health care centers , etc...not just the ones we are use to as tools of the current system in black face ..but safe spaces of our own . Where to start. What to look for, and why they are vital to our survival.
Join us. (Sis. Tria and bro. Kuji as we engage in an ind
epth discussion with you our people. The call in number is 347-850-8030 and we are on at 9 p.m est. You can always just listen on the phone or with us online at blogtalk.com.
Corporate culture confusion. This is RossTalk for the week of July 21, 2014. In RossTalk, strategic communications consultant Gary M. Ross takes a 90-second look at issues in the news and how they relate to best practices in communications. New episodes are usually posted on Mondays. www.garymross.com @garyrosschicago
About Hustle Culture:
The Hustle Culture podcast features interviews with entrepreneurs and hustlers from all walks of life going through the climb and trying to make a difference simultaneously. These hustlers share tips and ways they overcame difficult situations. Please email email@example.com for any questions or suggestions.
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About Tayo Rockson:
Tayo Rockson is the CEO and President of UYD Media, a media company that encourages people all over the world to use their difference to make a difference while celebrating diversity and educating others. He is an avid writer whose work can be seen on the Huffington Post, Among Worlds Magazine as well as Global Living Magazine.
About Carlos Gil:
Carlos Gil is an innovative, bilingual marketing executive with extensive corporate experience engaging consumers via digital, social media, mobile and e-mail channels. Carlos proven track record includes leading business and consumer-facing digital and social media programs for Winn-Dixie, Save-A-Lot, LinkedIn, and BMC Software. In 2008, Carlos founded JobsDirectUSA.com as a result of a layoff in the financial services industry. Leveraging strong entrepreneurial acumen, Carlos raised awareness for his startup through social media which resulted in helping thousands of mid to senior-level career professionals find employment during the recession.
On tonight's episode of ALLBLACKEVERYTHING we will have a "Melanin Monday"opening up the lines to the listeners to vent, discuss and debate!!
Tonight lets let our intellect shine. Let's be here for oneanother to love and support and EDUCATE.
The call in number is 347*850*8030 just press 1to talk with us on just listen in . also you can listen online at blogtalk and we are also on tune in radio. This is our forum, our time, our voice . LET IT BE HEARD!!
Global Product Management Talk is pleased to bring you episode 032 of...
The Everyday Innovator with host Chad McAllister, PhD.
The podcast is all about helping people involved in developing and managing products become more successful, grow their careers, and STANDOUT from their peers.
Our Guest: Nathan Rosenberg is the person who executives turn to for advice. He has worked with more than 100 of the 1000 largest companies in the world and has been founder or CEO of 5 companies. As an example of his experience, he provided innovation consulting that led a well-known consumer goods company to add $200M of revenue in year 1 of acting on his advice.
He is co-authoring a chapter in PDMA’s “Design and Design Thinking” book titled “Leading for a Corporate Culture of Design Thinking.”
Nathan describes 4 stages of transforming corporate culture to enable design thinking:
Stage 1: Reveal the already existing culture in your organization and analyze it thoroughly.
Stage 2: Unhook from the existing culture. The company has the ability to let go of things that are not helping the organization as a whole.
Stage 3: Pay attention to the market space and where it is heading. Don’t try to adapt your company to what the market looks like at the present time because the market is always shifting.
Stage 4: Implement the new culture through new processes, systems, and structures.
Meet MONIQUE CARSWELL. She is leading the pack when it comes to cause-related marketing. Monique Carswell is no stranger to hard work and perseverance. Her passion and dedication are reflected in Carswell’s many accomplishments that showcase her corporate leadership, community activism and international flair. With a well-rounded background encompassing a combination of branding, advertising, PR, digital strategy and event planning skills, Carswell has proven herself to be a leader within the marketing and communications industry. As a result, she has been able to leave an indelible mark on everything she touches.
An avid world traveler and human rights activist, Carswell has performed mission work in South Africa, studied the immigrant experience in France and chaperoned youth on an educational tour throughout China.
Carswell made the leap from corporate to the non-profit sector after deciding to permanently marry her professional pursuits with her philanthropic values and acumen. Having overseen national and diversity marketing at Teach For America, as Managing Director Carswell was able to strengthen the organization’s brand and outreach initiatives by leading compelling campaigns and cause marketing programs that drove awareness and activated key audiences, in addition to keeping corporate and celebrity partners engaged.
Previously at Black Enterprise, Monique served as Director of Marketing and Strategic Partnerships overseeing marketing and audience development for the print magazine, 2 nationally syndicated TV shows, new media & events.
Carswell has addressed many audiences from Princeton to Rutgers, sharing her expertise & facilitation skills with hundreds of community leaders & entrepreneurs.
The BCS Experience: History-Arts-Culture-Politics in Review and Discussion." Actor, writer, producer and history enthusiast Byron C. Saunders takes you on a unique journey through obscure events in American history and the people who changed the world.
On tonight's episode of ALLBLACKEVERYTHING we will take a look at public school system. The effects it has on Afrikan children, adults and thus our race as a whole.
We will offer home school tips and ways to supplement for the parent would nay not have the availability of home schooling.
The call in number to listen or chime in the contact number is 347-850-8030
9 pm est
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