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Well-being is much more than the absence of disease. Listen and learn how to create a sense of well-being, or a state of physical, mental, and social well-being among your employees. We give you tips on creating well-being from a social viewpoint, an emotional viewpoint, and a psychological viewpoint.
Don't miss this episode as we help you create a discretionary effort environment in your company. As you implement discretionary effort principles, your company will experience exponential growth.
Personnel in organizations such as security guards, receptionists, and bellhops have an amazing power to affect productivity and whether or not employees choose to give discretionary effort on a daily basis. Find out the secret by tuning in to this episode on discretionary effort.
Employers have an obligation to provide a workplace safe from physical danger and injury. Employees should be able to leave work in the same condition they arrive at work: in one piece. Learn what it means to company stability to create a culture where everyone has each other's back. Listen and learn how safety is changing from preventive to predictive.
You are the right person to begin the discretionary effort leadership initiative in your company. Gain insight on how to do that with this discussion. Have a pen and pad of paper handy to write down the action items and thoughts that come to your mind while you listen.
For more ideas, visit the Discretionary Effort Leadership web site at www.DiscretionaryEffortLeadership.com.
To be as successful as possible, your business needs an online presence. But where should you put your time and effort to build one? Is having only a website enough or do you need to be in the social media game to get the most out of your online presence? And if you dabble in social media but have no website, are you able to capture everyone who might be interested in what you offer?
In this episode, Bill, Steve and Rick discuss the important of websites and social media profiles for creating a strong internet presence for your business.
Steve Smith – GrowthSourceCoaching.com
Bill Bernard – WFBLegalConsulting.com
Rick Moscoso – Captivate365.com
This show will be an update on the impeachment effort and the CALL TO ACTION process.
OUR NEXT RADIO SHOW IS: Thursday, Sept. 10, 2015
Start Time: 09:30pm Eastern
Call Number: 347-989-8853
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Hosts: JB Williams - The North American Law Center
Karen Bracken - Constitutional Accountability Coalition
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In our new book, Discretionary Effort Leadership, we (Doug Ross and Karla Brandau) outline 5 leadership levels that create the environment where employees are motivated to give discretionary effort every working day. These levels are Physical Safety and Well Being, Social Accpetance, Emotional Commitment, Rational Alignment, and Authentic Contribution.
Listen to this podcast and be introduced to each level.
The Bears face the San Diego Chargers tonight on Monday Night Football. Will rookie Jeremy Langford be ready for the spotlight? Can Chicago's defense slow down Philip Rivers? The Bulls lost to the Timberwolves on Saturday with another lackluster effort. Similar struggles existed under Tom Thibodeau, so how can Fred Hoiberg fix this? Duncan Keith is close to returning for the Blackhawks after undergoing surgery on his right knee. Will his presence reignite a Hawks offense that relies too heavily on a select few players?
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Are you giving God your best effort each day or do you sometimes feel like you're going through the motions? Join Catholic speaker and author Gary Zimak as he offers some food for thought on the matter. In addition, we'll read and discuss today's daily Mass readings, which just so happen to deal with the same topic! Be sure not to miss this powerful episode of The Gary Zimak Show!
Recently, a German multi-millionaire named Rainer Schorr ignited a global outrage when he paid $60,000 to kill Africa's biggest elephant. He later posed with his 'trophy' without any remorse for his actions. This was merely a few short weeks after American dentist, Walter Palmer shelled out $50,000 to shoot and kill Cecil the lion. Cecil was beloved by tourists and locals in Zimbabwe. Palmer also showed no remorse as he posed with the once majestic lion.
Although the global community was outraged, their actions remain perfectly legal. For many years, groups like LionAid and White Lion Trust, as well as countless others have been advocating for the protection of big cats and other wildlife. educating the world about the dwindling global lion population, they are still not a protected species. In this segment of The Organic View Radio Show, host, June Stoyer talks to Stephen Travis, President of ProtectingAfricanLions.org about new efforts to globally ban canned hunting. Stay tuned.
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Do you have all the clients you need? Are you struggling to fill all those open time slots on your calendar? Getting more clients into your practice is the number one challenge that holistic practitioners face in growing their business. On today's show I'll share with you the key to getting more clients with less effort, so that you not only fill your practice, you keep it full! Learn more authentic and heart-centered marketing methods, plus get a free audio, "How to Grow Your Holistic Business", at www.growingyourholisticbusiness.com