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Latoya C. Smith, formerly an editor at Grand Central Publishing, is the current Executive Editor of Romance at Samhain. Latoya will be overseeing the publication of the erotic romance line.
In addition, Samhain will launch two new lines under Smith’s direction including an African American line of romances showcasing voices of color as well as a romance line with love stories told by and for the LGBT community.
Latoya Smith worked for Kensington Publishing and was most recently Associate Editor at Grand Central Publishing. She has acquired a variety of titles from hardcover fiction and non-fiction, to digital romance and erotica titles and has worked with NYT bestselling authors Carl Weber, Mary B. Morrison and Mimi Jean Pamfiloff to name a few. She was also the acquiring editor of Cecilia Tan’s award-winning Slow Seduction series. Smith was awarded the 2012 RWA Golden Apple for Editor of the Year and has been featured in Publishers Weekly, USA Today and C-Span2.
Whether you’re creating a to-do list for grocery shopping or a doctor checking off procedural items before a surgery, we all make lists. In THE EXECUTIVE CHECKLIST: A Guide for Setting Direction and Managing Change, James M. Kerr gives examples of new organizational concepts being implemented in businesses today and how it’s helping them to be better and stay better. Jim will be joining us to talk about some of the best techniques and tips for accomplishing our to-dos.
James Kerr is a management consultant and organizational behaviorist. As a partner at BlumShapiro Consulting, he specializes in corporate transformation, strategy formulation, business process redesign and Internet and technology management and planning. He is the author of The Executive Checklist as well as three other business texts.
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Today's show is sponsored by Clarity of Course Sales Training. This supportive digital sales training program (MP3 audio + digital workbook) will take you step-by-step through the sales process and help you create your own powerful sales plan.
Join BluPrint Radio on Tuesday September 16th for our interview and discussion on Executive Compensation. On this episode, we'll discuss how executive compensation plans are developed, which roles in an organization are considered "executive," tax advantages for corporations, aligning executive pay to strategy and more!
Our guest, Dick Wolfe, is a retired Captain from the U.S. Navy's Medical Service Corps with several worldwide assignments to include leading the training of the Navy's 5000 Medical Corpsman while assigned to the Naval School of Health Sciences. He is currently consulting with health care organizations on safeguarding Protected Health Information - P.H.I. - and is confounder of the nationwide P.H.I. Protection Network and spent many years with Booz Allen Hamilton, management consultants, supporting TRICARE, the military health care system, which provides medical care to nearly 10 million beneficiaries.
Dick has taught as an Adjunct Professor at Washington Adventist University in the Health Care Administration and Organizational Management programs for nearly 20 years and currently, is the lead instructor in the University's Compensation courses. He has worked on compensation issues on all levels - from executive level compensation development and negotiation to developing entry level salaries in urban environments. He was an Assistant Vice-President with Wells Fargo Bank specializing in human resources management. He was responsible for worldwide staff development for the Bank's Corporate and International Divisions.
Our interview and discussion will highlight many areas of interest and will help business and other organization leaders better understand basic executive compensation and what's included.
We are starting a series of relationship shows which will deal with questions as well as topics. This particular show aired at Executive Image located at 310 Hillside Ave, Hillside, NJ.
The Fire Service in this nation has evolved into a true profession over the last 2 decades and its leaders need to possess new skills to lead it into the next several decades. Join Columbia Southern University's CSU Talk Radio host Keith Padgett as he welcomes two special guests:
Chief Pat Kelly MBA, EFO, CFO - IAFC - EFO Section Chair and Professor of Fire Science at CSU
Battalion Chief JoAnn Lorber MA, EFO, CFO - IAFC - EFO Section Secretary/Treasurer and Adjunct Professor at CSU
The mission of the Executive Fire Officer Section of the IAFC is to identify, produce, adopts by reference and encourage industry wide and governmental acceptance of Executive Fire Officer Development programs, certifications and standards for all Executive Fire Officers.
On the WIN Without Competing! show Dr. Arlene introduces Boardroom Seminars for Executive Leaders.
The three seminars are:
Corporate Entrepreneurship for Executive Leaders
Solo Entrepreneurship for CEOs
Solutions for Executive Leaders in Limbo
Dr. Arlene says:
"Plan ahead, invest in yourself to boost your brand and put the professional pieces in place for 2015. If you are ready to embrace a unique mindset and branding strategy toolbox to achieve unparalleled success, you must listen to this radio show and read Dr. Arlene's September 17th newsletter in which your seminar invitation to Boardroom Seminars for Executive Leaders awaits." Questions? Call Dr. Arlene at (310) 443-4277.
Join our roundtable discussion that addresses issues professional women face around the world. This esteemed group of women will come together to talk about Executive Presence: Do we really have to care about what other people think?
Ana Dutra, The Executives’ Club of Chicago, will moderate the panel featuring:
Marianne De Jager, Innervention
Kali Patrice, The Image Studios
Peg Rowe, Tiara International LLC
Minister Lakeba Wallace is a Women of Faith who God has given the ability to become a Magazine Editor, Realtor, Author, Radio/TV Personality and Breast Cancer Survivor/Educator. She is the Host of the Living Day By Day Radio/TV Show.
As an Author, she published her first book, You Can Make It in March 2009 and is currently in the process of publishing two additional books.
As a public speaker, Minister Lakeba Wallace seeks to enhance opportunities in mass media broadcasting that will give her the ability to empower all people.
As a Magazine Editor, she strives to continue to create and distribute a magazine that offers an avenue of information, education and inspiration.
On this week's Riding The Wave, Jack Freidman, Executive Director of The Queens Chamber of Commerce, will join us to discuss the upcoming Fall Festival on Saturday, Oct. 21. The newly formed Rockaway Beach Merchant Association will be throwing the party, which will run from noon to 5 p.m. at Beach 94th Street and Rockaway Beach Boulevard.
We'll also discuss the QCC's support of the Queens Way project, which by it's very nature, directly opposes the efforts for the complete restoration of the Rockaway Beach Rail Line.
On this edition of ALI: Nation will look into the mentality of chief executive officers by way of Dame Dash and words of wisdom from very successful executives.
In current events we will review the resistance in Ferguson, commerce and its effect or lack there of on our communitites, & much more.
Plus we will look at the architects of the central banking system of the US federal reserve system.
Tune-In and ride with us!
Melanie Littlejohn is the Director of Community and Customer Management for the Central New York Division of National Grid. In her role as regional executive since 2011. Melanie is responsible for establishing and maintaining strong local relationships that drive superior customer satisfaction and enhanced company reputation. She represents the company at local venues such as chambers of commerce, company boards and community outreach organizations.
Ms Littlejohn currently serves as a Trustee of Onondaga County Community College, Director Central New York Community Foundation, Director and Former Board Chair Boys & Girls Club Central New York, Board of Advisors, SUNY Morrisville Business School, and The Community Wide Dialogue Advisor Board.
Carin Gorrell, editor-in-chief of Yoga Journal, is this week’s guest, and she directed the re-launch of the world’s leading yoga media brand, redesigning the magazine from cover- to- cover.
Beginning with the October 2014 issue, Yoga Journal and its website debut a cleaner, more modern design, new departments, engaging graphics, and easy-to-navigate content. The rebranding is all geared toward serving the needs and aspirations of today’s smart, sophisticated, and ever-growing diverse yoga practitioner. “The yoga community is growing and becoming more diverse daily, and with that growth, their needs and desires are evolving,” says Gorrell. “We want to better reflect and serve that community by delivering on their call for a more welcoming,inclusive voice; more accessible instruction that meets them wherever they are on the mat; and more timely news and trends.
The debut issue features on its cover internationally known yoga teacher and social media luminary, Kathryn Budig who now writes a weekly online Yoga Journal column "Find Your Inspiration."
Listen now and learn about yoga’s news and trends, the future of yoga, and even the more controversial issues that are happening in today's yoga community.
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