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Ask and You Shall Receive
What if you were not actually creating your life by yourself?
Do you ever feel like everything is on your shoulders, or that if something slips through the cracks, your whole world might crumble?
What if the universe actually has your back and you have far more support available to you than you can imagine?
Are you willing to receive the ease with creating your life that is truly available to you?
What if every question you ask, every curiosity you have, enlists the universe to contribute to you—and it is only up to you to ask, and receive?
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The Essence of You
What if…you, truly being you, is the gift you’ve been looking for?
What if…inviting your body on your journey towards consciousness could actually contribute to you?
When you truly perceive, know, be, and receive all of you, nothing can stop you. And this includes your beautiful body! Your body’s awareness can expand your life and living. How many of us exclude our bodies? I know I did for re ally long time! Once I included my body in everything I was choosing and createing, everything changed.
Special Guest: Jamie Lawrence, Editor, HRZone.com
Effective engagement requires both an individual and collective focus but it seems that many companies focus on engaging the individual rather than thinking about the collective units – teams. The basic unit at work is the team, with a line manager at the helm, and there’s an argument that human beings as social creatures require high levels of engagement with their social working environment as a pre-requisite to individual engagement. Is it a chicken or egg scenario? Should companies be focusing on both from different, or similar, angles? Either way, as more research looks at group effectiveness and inclusiveness at work, there’s doubt we need to focus more on engaging the collective as well as the individual.
Jamie Lawrence is editor of global online HR publication and community HRZone.com He regularly speaks to audiences of 250+ and has interviewed key HR industry names, including Daniel H. Pink. Jamie has worked previously as a small business journalist and a copywriter and has published non-fiction that reached #2 in the NYT Children’s Bestseller List. Jamie is committed to driving forward the HR agenda through HRZone.com and making sure that HR Directors have the knowledge and insight necessary to ensure HR has influence across the whole organisation.
Host: Jo Moffatt
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Generative Energetic Dentistry
Nothing gets our attention as easily as pain. Our mouth is rich with nerve endings which makes it a great location to get our attention! Now that your mouth has your attention – what is it really telling you what are you really looking to heal? What is beyond just your tooth and your mouth? Could this be a doorway into actually creating a different reality for you and for the world?
Happy Mouth is about exploring the possibilities of healing now that we’ve woken up to the awareness that our mouth is shouting at us.
Dr. Tom’s Generative Energetic Dentistry walks you through many of the infinite possibilities of being conscious with your dental health. What would it be like to consciously regrow missing teeth, gum tissue, and bone structures? What about regenerating your TMJ structures? Is it possible to have plaque and calculus NOT buildup on your teeth?
Modern dentistry says these things are impossible—is that the truth or is it a big fat lie? Want to hear more and start generating? Don’t miss this interview…you and your mouth will be glad you listened in!
Special Guest: Inji Duducu, Group HR Director, Benenden
An experienced & energetic HR Director, Inji has built a reputation for creating people strategies which deliver bottom line improvements through building capability, operational excellence, cultural change & engaged people.
Inji is an energetic and solutions driven senior HR Professional, with a track record in delivering business results through a creative and inspiring people agenda. She has held a number of senior HR roles in industry. Recently Inji has been the Group HR Director of the CPPGroup Plc, overseeing a period of business transformation across 16 countries. This resulted in CPP being awarded “Ones to Watch” status in the 2012 Best Companies Survey, despite the most adverse and turbulent year in the Company’s history. She is currently the Group People Director for Benenden, the UK’s most trusted healthcare provider.
Inji is passionate about how high performing companies operate and the link between culture, leadership, customer experience and commercial success.
Since she has an unusual level of interest in employment law, she has also been a member of the Employment Tribunal Service since 2010.
Join us as we discuss sustaining employee engagement through change.
Employee engagement and retention are core talent management building blocks and staying abreast of key trends and new approaches is important for HR professionals across disciplines.
In this episode, we talk with Industry Expert, Chris Mulligan, from Talent Keepers, as he explains what the latest data is telling us about hot trends and those practices that are getting results, including what the “Best-in-Class” are doing to achieve strong results from their investment in employee engagement and retention.
Chris has over 25 years of experience in the human resources industry, the majority of which has been in the employee engagement, selection, assessment and retention arena. Chris co-founded TalentKeepers in 2000, an organization dedicated to the issue of employee engagement and retention. TalentKeepers products have twice been recognized as “Top Training Products of the Year” by Human Resource Executive Magazine. TalentKeepers’ annual Employee Engagement and Retention Trends Survey is the largest and longest continually running research study of engagement and employee retention - and more than 800 US-based organizations participant in the study, representing every major industry and all regions of the country.
Chris has worked with organizations including: Accenture, AT&T, BMW, Coke, EDS, GE & UPS. Prior to co-founding TalentKeepers, Chris was the VP of Business Development for AlignMark, a division of Thomson Rueters, a multi-billion dollar and leading global e-information and solutions company serving the business and professional marketplace. Chris is a member of the American Psychological Society and an Associate Member of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from the Florida State University, and a Master of Science degree in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from the University of Central Florida
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What If A Joy-Filled, Easy Life Is Actually Possible?
Would you really choose it? Tanja Barth is in the corporate arena now for over 20 years, working as an Auditor, Transactions Service Manager and Management Consultant. She is also a certified Access Consciousness Facilitator and she has used the Access Consciousness tools over the last 4 years to turn her life around in all areas including business.
In this show Charlinda talks with Tanja about the changes she has experienced applying the Access Tools and she provides her valuable insights and inspirations
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Until 12 years ago I was working as an account manager in an IT company, then my daughter Pernille became seriously ill with MS.
Horse riding helped her tremendously and the make a wish foundation gave her a horse. I bought a horse for myself so that could choose between running beside her or ride with her.
Pernilles horse would do exactly as she wanted him to and I was struggling to keep up and I asked her "How are you doing that?" she answered "I just talk to him" and it became so clear that that was exactly what was going on.
Then one day I was sitting waiting while Pernille was having a treatment at a therapist and my eyes fell on a book called "Talk to the animals" by Gary Douglas. I grabbed it and started reading. I found out that Gary was 70 years old and had been working with horses as a horsewhiper his whole life. He had just declared that he was not going to do more classes but that he wanted to pass on his knowledge to 10 people. You had to do all the Access Consciousness core classes and I went home and signed up for all the classes for Pernille and me, knowing that this was exactly what we were going to do. We got 2 of the 10 spots and went to Texas to Gary Douglas.
Since then I have been working with horses in different ways. I am doing CHCR horse classes in Denmark and around the world.
Can you and I talk to horses - or is that only for Robert Redford?
We can all talk to horses - as well as to everything else
Why should we want to talk to a horse - what can we learn from them?
Maybe some examples of what we have changed with horses. Behavioral as well as physical challenges