• 00:54

    Show 40: Mark Murtha - Financial Executives are Leaders, Too!

    in Finance

    Today Mark Murtha joins John to talk about why he decided to enroll in the MSOL program while involved in the financial services industry as an accountant. Along the way, he will also discuss why he is involved outside of his job in a professional organization called Financial Executives International. There may also be time to talk about his church involvement and his experience with the MSOL program.

  • 00:26

    8 steps in how to engage your executives in your digital projects?

    in Marketing

    8 steps in how to engage your executives in your digital projects by Ted Malucci, CIO of Tridel

  • 00:59

    HOLLYWOOD A-LISTERS, A&R EXECUTIVES, CELEBRITY NEWS, SMALL BUSINESS

    in Radio

    Eddie "A&R Eddie" Fourcell is currently head of A&R for Mary J. Blige's Matriarch Entertainment/Universal Music Group and head of 4Cell Entertainment, where he manages up and coming songstress Maryland Lavon. 
    His rise to a career as an A&R started in high school at the age of 17 years old when he was rewarded an internship with Island Def Jam through the schools internship program. At the time, the label was home to superstar heavyweights Jay Z, Rihanna, Ne-Yo, Rick Ross, Fabolous, and Young Jeezy, just to name a few. After making several connections and networking within the company, Eddie was able to partner with industry heavyweights that saw management opportunities for artist/producers/songwriters and after graduating from College, was asked to intern for Mary J. Blige's newly created record label, Matriarch Entertainment. In less than a year of interning there, he was asked by CEO and manager/husband to Mary J. Blige to work as lead A&R on Ms. Blige's 11th studio album, My Life II: The Journey Continues (2011).


     


    While at the company he has worked as an A&R on Ms. Blige's Think Like A Man 2 Soundtrack and Mary's most recent critically acclaimed masterpiece The London Session. He has also worked on projects for label artist Starshell.

    A&R Eddie's ability to spot raw talent and develop them makes him amongst the hottest A&R's making a meaningful impact within the music industry. 

  • 00:26

    Independent Everything: LIVE with the Executives of Metal 2 Music Records/SMG

    in Music

    Join us on this episode of our monthly roundtable discussion of Metal 2 Music Records, Metal 2 Music Entertainment Management, and all of our various entities.

    FRANZ... aka Franz The Hybrid One ~ host of the Franzaliscious Music Video n More Show (http://www.AllThingzFranz.com Radio) which airs Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday 7-10pmCDT and the Executive of Metal 2 Music Records (http://www.metal2music.com) among many, many, many other things will be ~ GIVING YOU "ALL THINGS HYBRID AND ALL THINGS METAL 2 MUSIC!"

    DELSHUN... artist, producer, and one-half of The B.A.R.S. Crew (http://www.BarsCrew.com) will be GIVING YOU "ALL THINGS B.A.R.S. Crew AND ENTERTAINMENT NEWS..."Inquiring Minds Want To Know."

    AND LEAVE IT TO NAKIA... who is affectionately known as the #grlnmotion aka Charlamaigne the gawd, is a Certified Wedding & Events Planner, the owner of ~N~ Motion Events. (http://www.facebook.com/TheGirlNMotion) and the Executive A&R of Entertainment Management for Metal 2 Music Records (http://www.NakiaTheAnRexec.com) TO...

    "GIVE IT TO YOU LIKE IT IS"!!

  • 00:33

    State and Local Public Executives: Point Guards of Politics

    in Politics

    On a basketball court, Point Guards direct the team's offense under the leadership of the coach. Similarly, Government executives direct, lead and manage departments, agencies, and municipalities under the auspices of the governor, county board of supervisors, city council, and school board members.  Most  executives are hired or appointed. However, a few are elected. Who are these Point Guards? Which agencies, departments or municipalities do they lead? Who are the top Point Guards in the State of California?

  • 00:30

    SwCA Episode 036: Make your managers and executives HR fans and supporters!!

    in Business

    SITE: http://www.courtneyanderson.com/swca-episode-036-hr-heroes-hangout-series-make-your-managers-and-executives-hr-fans-and-supporters.html


    SHOW NOTES: Our HR HEROES HANGOUT™ series is dedicated to those who serve our societies each day, toiling in the bowels of the human capital infrastructure issues that fuel all organizations (hiring, retention, engagement, training, etc.); our HR HEROES! These are the unsung heroes that ensure that organizations achieve and sustain maximum human capital competitive advantage! In this episode our topic is, “Make your managers and executives HR fans and supporters!!”


    HR is a glamorous and exciting field (it really is) where every single aspect of an organization is addressed. It deals with money (compensation, promotions, benefits, etc.), power (promotions, etc.) and respect (the concept of being valued). Our HR HEROES understand that they are not going to simply be a peripheral “administrative” entity but are instead the very heart of the organization. HR toils to ensure that people and resources are distributed and circulated throughout the entire organization. The HR HEROES are proactive and strive for their managers and executives to be fans (not simply reluctant participants).


    A fan (or even better a “super-fan”) is eager to hear from HR, they look forward to their input, they are excited to be part of their initiatives. They know that their lives are better (easier, less stressful, more enjoyable, etc.) with their HR HEROES leading them, supporting them and looking out for them each day. We explore why our HR HEROES should strive to make fans of their managers and supervisors and the basic framework for how to do so (proactive, enthusiastic, assessment and pruning of interaction from the perspective of the recipient executive or manager). They are always asking, how does this make their lives better?

  • 00:58

    Selling in a Skirt with Judy Hoberman Radio

    in Women

    Selling in a Skirt with Judy Hoberman with her guest Bethany Williams & Ruth King


    Bethany Williams is a results-oriented executive with 25 years experience driving complex initiatives in the business world. She currently works as the Senior Vice President for an innovative technology company. She dedicates her work and efforts to hardworking executives everywhere that are yearning for answers and a better way of approaching the success that they desire. She hopes to instill confidence and a call to action in women executives. Her message is clear: we control our destinies as well as our earnings. In her first book, “Winning Strategies for Women,” she provides practical, step-by-step advice for excelling in business, including strategies for keeping your job, keys to becoming a top performer, tips on how to get those wanted promotions and additional pay, and receiving more recognition in the process.


    Ruth King - Chief Executive Officer Profitability Revolution Paradigm. Profitability Master Ruth King is a serial entrepreneur having owned 7 businesses in the past 30 years. One of her businesses, Business Ventures Corporation, began operations in 1981. Through Business Ventures Corporation she coaches, trains, and helps small businesses achieve the business goals they want to achieve. Ruth has been instrumental in helping small business owners understand and profitably use the information generated from the financial segment of their businesses. She has a knack for helping business owners truly understand financials. After twelve years on the road, doing 200 flights per year, she knew there had to be a better way to reach business people who wanted to build their businesses and train their employees. She began training on the Internet in 1998 and began the first television like broadcasting in 2002.

  • 00:25

    A KOL by Any Other Name

    in Business

    Should Pharma Replace the Term “KOL”?


    Pharmaguy interviews Sanjay Singhvi, Director, System Analytic, about KOL terminology and the research his company conducted around it with KOLs and pharmaceutical executives.


    Topics/Questions discussed include:



    Are pharmaceutical companies still using the term KOL?
    Why the interest in changing the terminology?
    Is this a divisive/controversial issue?
    Is this a superficial change or reflective of something deeper?
    What about "KOLs" themselves? What do they think?
    How does all this affect vendors/service providers? E.g. What are they searching for in Google - still searching for "KOL Mapping"?!


     

  • 01:03

    Ed Brodow, Scott York, Timothy Stenovec, Russell Bishop, Iran Nuclear Deal

    in Business

    Ed Brodow teaches the art of negotiation to the professional negotiators at Microsoft, Goldman Sachs, Learjet, Zurich Insurance, the IRS, and the Pentagon. He is the bestselling author of Negotiation Boot Camp: How to Resolve Conflict, Satisfy Customers, and Make Better Deals. Ed has appeared as negotiation guru on PBS, ABC, Fox News, and Inside Edition


    Timothy Stenovec technology reporter at The Huffington Post in New York, where he covers streaming media, mobile devices and wearable technology. He appears regularly on TV, radio and HuffPost Live, The Huffington Post's live streaming network


    Russell Bishop recognized expert in personal and organization transformation, Russell has helped thousands of individuals around the world discover how to create balance and success in their personal and professional lives. His seminars, coaching, and consulting expertise offer individuals and organizations a new approach to integrating personal and spiritual values into their personal and professional lives. Russell is an internationally regarded speaker, educator and consultant.  His corporate clients include Fortune 500 executives in aerospace, healthcare, pharmaceutical and biotechnology, information technology, telecommunications and oil and gas


    Scott York fitness expert with 30 years of experience and has been certified by NASM, ISSA and others

  • 01:08

    Being Yourself: Unveiling Your Mask in the Workplace

    in Work

    "To truly succeed in the workplace, minority employees must acquire a bi-cultural identity which enables them to differentiate the essential differences between their 'home' and 'work' personas. Ironically, the mask slips, usually due to extreme stress or fatigue. (Source: RHR Intl Executive Development | Journey to the Top: Developing African-American Executives).


    In this episode, Michelle Smalls, HR Director and former HR Business Partner at a software company joins host Debrah Mathis and her co-host Divya Parekh to discuss perception bias and why diverse women leaders can and should be authentic in the workplace.


    Michelle Smalls has more than 10+ years of Human Resources experience in industries i.e. Health care and Technology. She currently holds her PHR certification in Human Resources and a Master's in Business Administration. Her career began in the health care industry where she was instrumental in helping to achieve business objectives and goals. Through her exposure in the health care and then in the technology industry, it has allowed her to develop a unique blend of skills and expertise in her career field.


    Divya Parekh is CEO of The DP Group. She has over 25 years of experience in higher education & career leadership coach. Also known as Confidence Catalyst, she helps executives, professionals, coaches & youth harness their drive to succeed by building inner confidence and skills for constant improvement. Learn more at divyaparekh.com.


    Debrah Mathis is the Managing Principal/President of E2S Solutions Professional Coaching LLC in Dallas, Texas, a world-class, value-driven company that delivers bespoke programs that help you develop a personally effective style of leadership that positively influences and changes not only yourself, but also those with whom you work and interact, your family and relationships as a whole. To work with Debrah, go to www.EngagetoSuccess.com.

  • 00:31

    CUTV News Radio spotlights Joan Nosal of T.R.I. Life Coaching

    in Self Help

    Chagrin Falls, OH – When seeking to enhance your productivity at work, it’s natural to focus on skills you lack or need to improve. But according to a recent Gallup study into human behavior, you won’t gain any ground working on your weaknesses. Rather, you should be dedicated to maximizing your strengths.


    Joan Nosal is a board-certified coach and the founder of T.R.I. Life Coaching where she helps her clients identify and explore their talents to develop their strengths and unleash their potential.


    “The definition of a strength is a task you can complete to near perfect performance in a positive direction,” says Joan. “Developing your talents into strengths ensures your ability to work at near perfect performance every time.”


    Joan helps her clients to uncover their talents through a unique assessment tool: Gallup StrengthsFinder.


    Gallup StrengthsFinder outlines a person’s top five strengths from 34 unique talents. Joan says it’s important to know your strengths so you can further develop and refine them.


    “How do you approach your life with power and edge? What are the resources you have to support yourself? What are your needs?” asks Joan. “We’re assessing how you think, feel and behave.”


    As a Gallup Certified Strengths Performance Coach, Joan works with executives and leaders to learn about their strengths and enhance the application of their strengths.


    “I don’t coach or train or present anything I haven’t lived. It’s authentic,” says Joan. “If I can influence people to live a life of satisfaction and positivity where they can be all they were created to be, that rocks my world.”


    For more information on T.R.I Life Coaching, visit www.trilifecoach.com.

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