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Do you need an executive coach? Join Grant D Fairley from the VIP Executive Coaching group and the Fellowship of Executive Coaches for a discussion on this. Learn the times in your career when having an executive coach will help you. Discover more about the process of executive coaching.
For HR and ER professionals, learn how executive coaching can assist you in the professional development of people in your group as well as how coaching can assist those facing a crisis.
There is also a discussion about how to evaluate an executive coach to discover if they are right for you. What is the difference between a life coach and an executive coach?
Executive coaching is not just for CEOs but for all levels of management in an organization. It is also helpful for people in government, charitable ogranizations and other groups where leaders must be effective and accountable.
Who needs an Executive Coach? You will know more after hearing this episode.
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Do you agree with this statement: “The information overload is an increasing problem both in the workplace and in life in general?” Information and knowledge are great things, however too much information can short circuit our everyday life. Here is what I mean: In order for us to benefit from the information that we gather, we need to take the time to process some of this information and we need to pick and choose what serves our lives. Too much information leads to Information Overload!!! As I mentioned before, information can be a good thing, if we can pick and choose what is useful to us and discard the rest. On the contrary we are taking more and more information and we are adding to what we already have and that result is "Information Overload."
With one click on your smart phone, PC and tablets, you have access to massive information. Not to mention media like TV, radio, news...etc.
Information is also involuntarily given to us even when we don't ask for it. So what can we do about it? How can we manage all this information that we have and the information that we continue to receive?
Today, I will share some suggestions to help you manage some of the information you have and I will teach you how to be selective of the information you receive..
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Business Lunch with OB is designed to help you move closer to optimal at work and life and make tomorrow better than today. It’s hosted by Michael O’Brien aka OB. Michael is a certified business-leadership coach, team coach, motivational speaker, and president of Peloton Coaching and Consulting. (www.pelotoncc.net).
Join me today for lunch and a conversation with executive recruiter, Andrew Marion, from Michael E. Marion & Associates. Whether you are a HR professional, hiring Director/Executive and/or doing your own search, this week's podcast will be valuable.
Andrew J. Marion leads Michael E. Marion & Associates’ consulting practice and focuses on senior-level search engagements for clients in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, medical device, diagnostics and consumer product sectors. Since joining the firm in 1993, Andy has been instrumental in building the firm’s healthcare practice, leading consulting teams on all engagements for the past 20+ years. He has also been responsible for the development of numerous highly successful, long-term client relationships with both Fortune 100 companies as well as specialty pharmaceutical and biotech clients. These have included such organizations as Merck & Co., Johnson & Johnson, Roche/Genentech, Novartis, Astellas, Exelixis, PepsiCo and Procter & Gamble.
Andy graduated from the University of Delaware with a BA in Political Science. He is active in community affairs, serving as a board member and youth coach for various sports over the past 15 years.
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Coach-in-training Laura Thompson interviews two veteran coaches, Laurie Lawson and Bernie Siegel, to discover the reason they became coaches and the paths that they took. Plans for the future, obstacles to avoid, and attitude adjustments are all a part of the journey. And of course, there's plenty of "if only we had known..." retrospective wisdom to be shared with coaches starting out.
I am honored to welcome Mickey Parsons, executive coach and my own business mentor to The Boston School Show.
Mickey Parsons, who will be speaking to us from Atlanta, Georgia, will talk about what an executive coach is. And of course, I'll be happy to share my own personal story of how Mickey coached me over the phone during my first year of starting my own business, The Boston School, in Zurich, Switzerland, which has been running for nearly 14 years now.
Mickey happily shares free tips through his website: http://parsons-associates.com/ and also has founded The Workplace Coach - a group of coaches who together have won many awards including the Georgia Excellence Award in 2013.
Here is Mickey's e-mail address: email@example.com in case you would like to get in touch with him directly. And if you would like to be our next guest speaker on The Boston School Show, please e-mail me at:firstname.lastname@example.org
Business Lunch with OB is 60 powerful minutes to help you move closer to optimal at work and life and make tomorrow better than today. It’s hosted by Michael O’Brien aka OB. Michael is a business leadership coach, motivational speaker, and president of Peloton Coaching and Consulting. (www.pelotoncc.net).
Business Lunch with OB airs on the Life Coach Chat Channel on the 1st and 3rd Friday of every month from 12pm to 1pm eastern. Business Lunch with OB will feature contemporary business challenges, steps to achieve your best results, and interviews with exceptional business leaders.
This week Michael interviews Billy Starr, Founder and Executive Director of The Pan-Mass Challenge (PMC). The Pan-Mass Challenge raises money for life-saving cancer research and treatment at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute through an annual bike-a-thon that crosses the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Since its founding in 1980, the PMC has successfully melded support from committed cyclists, volunteers, corporate sponsors and individual contributors. All are essential to the PMC's goal and model: to attain maximum fundraising efficiency while increasing its annual gift. Our hope and aspiration is to provide Dana-Farber's doctors and researchers with the necessary resources to discover cures for all cancers.
Michael brings 22 years of leadership and executive experience to his coaching practice. He’s seen success in the field, the conference room, and the boardroom. Peloton Coaching and Consulting aligns with his passion of business leadership development and changing lives through great leadership. He is solely focused on helping his clients get better results.
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You Asked the questions and we are here to answer your questions. Here are some of the questions were asked:
How can I avoid negative feelings"
How can I let go of the past and start living in the now?
How Can I deal with negative people especially family members that I cannot stay away from?
What's the best way to deal with change?
How can I stop Obsessive, Negative thoughts?
How can I stop procrastinating?
For more information contact us at: http://YourLifeNow.info
Why am I having hard time letting go of things that are no longer serving me in my life?
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He lectures around the world but now is here for you. From the latest in charity news, technology, fundraising and social networking, Ted Hart and his guests help you maneuver through this economic downturn in the charitable sector to greater levels of efficiency and fundraising success.
Experts: Susan Schaefer, Principal, Resource Partners LLC and Bob Wittig, Executive Director, Jovid Foundation
Susan is a consultant, writer, and speaker. Her practical approach to fundraising and board development has made her a frequent presenter at conferences and in classrooms, including a course she teaches at Johns Hopkins University. In 2001, Susan founded Resource Partners LLC (www.ResourcePartnersOnline.com), which provides professional, ethical, and collaborative fundraising counsel to nonprofit organizations. Among the books she has edited is The Nonprofit Consulting Playbook.
Since 2002, Bob has been executive director of the Jovid Foundation in Washington, DC. In addition to grantmaking, he has hosted a monthly "Lunch Club" for grantee ED's and a "Breakfast Club" for grantee board members. He also helped spearhead the effort to develop a co-location of organizations, The Work Place DC (workplacedc.org) , and the development of a shared database system, HIRE DC, to be used by small workforce development organizations to track participant achievements and report collective impact.
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The next episode of FLY Conversation is with Ronice M B, a self-proclaimed EMPIRESS! She is a wife, mother of 4, mentor, life and development coach, works a 9-5 job and an entrepreneur. This native of Newark, NJ believes there's joy in every journey! 40+ and fabulous, Ronice has every reason to play the victim role or have disdain for love and relationships. She was molested as a child, raped as a teen, sexually violated as an adult and lived in a domestic violent relationship. But she has not allowed her wounds to transform her into someone she was not destined to be. The Ronice MB Show is her platform to share her journey, bridge the communication gap between the sexes, and help women become the heroine in their lives and not the victim.
In addition to being the host of the Ronice MB show, is the CEO of RMB Consultant Group, owner of Mona Lott Cocktail Parties and founder of Black Boys Count. She also assumed her seat as one of the honorary "Mayors" of Newark! She's the Chief of Staff for the City's Director of Health & Community Wellness and a committee member of the Newark Workforce Investment Board. Ronice attended Howard University, has a BS, Public Health from Rutgers University and a MBA from Keller School of Management, Devry University. Ronice is a member of the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapist (AASECT), National Black Masters in Business Association (NBMBA), and Executive Women of New Jersey.