• 00:30

    Executive Coaching Series Part II: "A Business Tool for Women Leaders"

    in Business

    BluPrint is excited to interview Rythee Jones, Associate Vice President of Human Resources, Washington Adventist University.  Today's episode will focus on Executive Coaching for Women Leaders.  Rythee will discuss with us how women leaders can use coaching as a tool to help women advance in business and in the workplace. 


    ABOUT RYTHEE


    Rythee is Associate Vice President of Human Resources at Washington Adventist University.  She earned her bachelor of arts degree from Hood College and her Master of General Administration from University of Maryland University College.  Rythee has 25 years of human resources experience, including seven years at the executive level.  Her background includes assignments in talent development, employee relations, organizational development, compensation, and human resource information systems.  During this time, Rythee leveraged her in-depth knowledge of human resources and of team and leadership development to coach mid- to senior level leaders and teams in higher education, government agencies, and non-profit organizations. 


    Rythee has consulting expertise that includes planning and facilitating teambuilding retreats, conducting needs assessments, and designing and delivering training programs in topics such as communication skills, harassment prevention, teambuilding, conflict resolution, and presentation skills. She is a member of the International Coach Federation, the American Society for Training and Development, and the Society for Human Resource Management.

  • 00:51

    Executive Coaching: Spiritual Principles in action

    in Spirituality

    Join me in another episode of astrodoc where I discuss executive coaching. With me will be Jay Katz, executive coach in Toronto, Canada for the last 7 years. Together we will discuss how executive coaching, a powerful business tool, is also putting spiritual tenets such as self discovery and self empowerment to use.

  • 00:30

    Business 2 Business Coaching

    in Women

    Socialprenista Andreika Austin


    Join us at 8:00 AM Central Time for an interview with Andreika Austin. Andrieka "AJ" Austin is a Certified Business and Personal Life Coach, Speaker and engaging facilitator of empowering conversations. She was named 'Ultra Role Model' bywww.TheUltraModel.com for her entrepreneurial achievements and philanthropic works as a mentor and supporter of empowerment for girls and their moms through her well-known social enterprise, Journey Girl, LLC. After experiencing much success with her first company, she is now focused on helping women entrepreneurs uncover the personal side of their professional struggles.


    As The Socialprenista™, Ms. Austin channels her passion for entrepreneurship and empowerment by designing training and coaching programs for women entrepreneurs seeking to increase their business impact, influence, and income.

  • 00:31

    Close-Up Talk Radio spotlights Fast Break Executive Business Coaching

    in Business

    Mukilteo, WA – Modern business is entering a new paradigm. Traditional approaches to leadership aren’t delivering on their promise. A recent Gallup poll showed that 70 percent of the work force is disengaged or actively disengaged. In today’s demanding environment, business leaders are running 21st-century businesses with 20th-century strategic practices and programs.  


    Where leadership was once strongly based on a hierarchical model, the influx of women and youth into the workforce has created the desire for a culture that is more collaborative. Like the coach of a basketball team, this new business leader is more of a facilitator than someone who gives orders and directions.


    Kenn Dickinson had worked in the corporate world for over 30 years before he could no longer tolerate the corporate approach to leadership, culture and strategy. A former professional basketball player in Europe and a member of the University of Washington, Dickinson wanted to translate the dynamics and mindset of a successful basketball team to small businesses corporate culture. Today, Dickinson is the founder of Fast Break Executive Business Coaching.


    “As athletes, we had a certain mindset to succeed,” says Dickinson. “Some people say they want to succeed, but are they willing to do what it takes, to change and have a growth mindset. It requires this mindset in the business world as well.”

  • 00:31

    Executive Coaching Series Part III: "Coaching for Transformation"

    in Business

    BluPrint welcomes Ayana Coston, a certified Executive Coach and member of the Lockheed Martin Enterprise Learning Team.  At Lockheed, Ayana supports corporate leadership development and training initiatives and is part of the team that will determine how to most effectively coach Lockheed's leaders. 


    On this episode, Part III of our three part executive coaching series, we'll discuss with Ayana how coaching can be an organization change agent, increase organization engagement and accelerate organization transformation. 


    ABOUT AYANA


    Ayana is a Life and Executive Coach and her company, Sharp Corners Coaching, focuses on helping clients with career development and career satisfaction. Ayana is an active member of the DC chapter of the International Coaching Federation  and has over a decade of Human Resource Generalist, Learning & Development, Talent Development, and Recruiting experiences. She has a Master's Degree in Organization Development from American University and is a graduate of the Coaches Training Institute (CTI) and has earned ACC credentials from the International Coaching Federation and her passion is helping people to become their best selves.

  • 00:30

    Executive Coaching Series - Part I

    in Business

    BluPrint is excited to interview Steve Gladis, PhD on the value of Executive Coaching.  Executives and other organization leaders are tasked with leading tough conversations, evaluating performance, managing conflict and motivating teams - and sometimes, these roles can be challenging.   A 21st century approach, Dr. Gladis will discuss how investing in coaching strategies help organization leaders and leadership teams transition and more smoothly execute c-level and people decisions. 


    ABOUT STEVE


    Steve Gladis, Ph.D., serves as CEO of Steve Gladis Leadership Partners, a leadership development firm focused on helping executives and their teams achieve both success and significance through executive coaching, leadership development, and motivational speaking. Clients include executives and teams from publicly traded and private corporations, U.S. government agencies, associations, and nonprofits.


    Author of 18 books on leadership and communication, Dr. Gladis researches, writes, and works in all areas of leadership.  As part of the George Mason University faculty, he teaches both leadership and communication courses through the Office of Continuing Professional Education. Dr. Gladis is a certified coach with the International Coach Federation, teaches courses in leadership coaching, and is currently an executive coach for the University of Virginia Darden Business School’s Executive MBA program.  Previously, Dr. Gladis served as an Associate Dean and the Director of the University’s Northern Virginia Center, was a career FBI special agent, and served his country as a decorated U.S. Marine Corps officer.


     

  • 00:31

    Part 4: Close-Up Talk Radio spotlights Fast Break Executive Business Coaching

    in Business

    Mukilteo, WA – Modern business is entering a new paradigm. Traditional approaches to leadership aren’t delivering on their promise. A recent Gallup poll showed that 70 percent of the work force is disengaged or actively disengaged. In today’s demanding environment, business leaders are running 21st-century businesses with 20th-century strategic practices and programs.  


    Where leadership was once strongly based on a hierarchical model, the influx of women and youth into the workforce has created the desire for a culture that is more collaborative. Like the coach of a basketball team, this new business leader is more of a facilitator than someone who gives orders and directions.


    Kenn Dickinson had worked in the corporate world for over 30 years before he could no longer tolerate the corporate approach to leadership, culture and strategy. A former professional basketball player in Europe and a member of the University of Washington, Dickinson wanted to translate the dynamics and mindset of a successful basketball team to small businesses corporate culture. Today, Dickinson is the founder of Fast Break Executive Business Coaching.


    “As athletes, we had a certain mindset to succeed,” says Dickinson. “Some people say they want to succeed, but are they willing to do what it takes, to change and have a growth mindset. It requires this mindset in the business world as well.”

  • 00:31

    Part 3: Close-Up Talk Radio spotlights Fast Break Executive Business Coaching

    in Business

    Mukilteo, WA – Modern business is entering a new paradigm. Traditional approaches to leadership aren’t delivering on their promise. A recent Gallup poll showed that 70 percent of the work force is disengaged or actively disengaged. In today’s demanding environment, business leaders are running 21st-century businesses with 20th-century strategic practices and programs.  


    Where leadership was once strongly based on a hierarchical model, the influx of women and youth into the workforce has created the desire for a culture that is more collaborative. Like the coach of a basketball team, this new business leader is more of a facilitator than someone who gives orders and directions.


    Kenn Dickinson had worked in the corporate world for over 30 years before he could no longer tolerate the corporate approach to leadership, culture and strategy. A former professional basketball player in Europe and a member of the University of Washington, Dickinson wanted to translate the dynamics and mindset of a successful basketball team to small businesses corporate culture. Today, Dickinson is the founder of Fast Break Executive Business Coaching.


    “As athletes, we had a certain mindset to succeed,” says Dickinson. “Some people say they want to succeed, but are they willing to do what it takes, to change and have a growth mindset. It requires this mindset in the business world as well.”

  • 00:30

    Coaching Scenarios: Retirement Coaching

    in Education

    Frankie and Terri continue their series on your coaching scenarios, asking the important question: WHAT IF. "What happens when..." "How should you handle..." This week, Terri interviews Frankie about retirement/transition coaching: With the last of the baby boomers turning 50 this year, this topic has never been more important!


    Coaching Impact Radio. Brought to you by Impact Coaching Academy.

  • 00:31

    Part 2: Close-Up Talk Radio spotlights Fast Break Executive Business Coaching

    in Business

    Mukilteo, WA – Modern business is entering a new paradigm. Traditional approaches to leadership aren’t delivering on their promise. A recent Gallup poll showed that 70 percent of the work force is disengaged or actively disengaged. In today’s demanding environment, business leaders are running 21st-century businesses with 20th-century strategic practices and programs.  


    Where leadership was once strongly based on a hierarchical model, the influx of women and youth into the workforce has created the desire for a culture that is more collaborative. Like the coach of a basketball team, this new business leader is more of a facilitator than someone who gives orders and directions.


    Kenn Dickinson had worked in the corporate world for over 30 years before he could no longer tolerate the corporate approach to leadership, culture and strategy. A former professional basketball player in Europe and a member of the University of Washington, Dickinson wanted to translate the dynamics and mindset of a successful basketball team to small businesses corporate culture. Today, Dickinson is the founder of Fast Break Executive Business Coaching.


    “As athletes, we had a certain mindset to succeed,” says Dickinson. “Some people say they want to succeed, but are they willing to do what it takes, to change and have a growth mindset. It requires this mindset in the business world as well.”

  • 00:25

    Branding Your Business Through Coaching

    in Entrepreneur

    Sandi Mitchell, CPC, ACC, MBA, is President and founder of APEX Leadership Coaching. Her passion is working with high-achieving leaders who have the courage and desire to change their world. Sandi is a passionate, innovative leader and coach who takes her clients to challenging, exciting new heights in their careers. Her powerful one-on-one coaching relationship guides professionals through a career transition process from good to great, and from great to outstanding.


    Sandi’s intuitive, candid charisma and earnest, perceptive nature make her an amazing coach. She deftly uses her gift for identifying opportunities her clients might not see, and turning goals and desires into realized realities. Empowering and encouraging, Sandi inspires the best game from each of her clients.


    As an executive coach, she helps leaders accelerate performance and drive transformative change in themselves and their teams. A dynamic keynote speaker, Sandi has led conferences throughout the nation. As an award-winning trainer, she has created a corporate university training over 4200 employees worldwide. A results-driven facilitator, Sandi provides exciting tools and techniques enabling faster and more thoughtful problem solving, strategic planning, and new manager immersion into teams.


    Sandi has an Advertising degree from the University of North Texas and an MBA from Texas Wesleyan University. She is passionate about eliminating human trafficking (she was quoted in the New York Times, Nov. 2012), 

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