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Career, Transition and Life Coaching
Carolyn R. Owens
?Carolyn is a certified Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR), Certified Federal Career Coach (CFCC), Certified Federal Job Search Trainer (CFJST), Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) Practitioner and a Energy Leadership Index Master Practitioner (ELI-MP). Carolyn is currently enrolled as a student in a highly ranked coaching program with the Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching.
The Human Resource Team is the group of people who hire, recruit and maintain your records. Who should lead this team? Do they have everything they need to be successful for this task? The team who do your hiring are the determinants of the business. What do you expect them to produce and how will they achieve those results? We will address this scenario and its advantages and the disadvantages.
Carrie Nuayalis, NPD Solution Evangelist, Planview & Maureen Carlson, Partner, Appleseed Partners give a sneak peak into the results of the 2013 Resource Management and Capacity Planning Benchmark Study. The just-released study results reveal the global state of resource management and capacity planning and this talk will focus on the survey findings around Product Development – the pains, risks and opportunities of resource management and capacity planning. The top characteristics of mature organizations and recommendations for next steps in these areas will also be discussed.
Maureen says, "This is a great opportunity to discuss the pains and risks that product development organizations face in this area, and also to share the characteristics of mature organizations that have successfully overcome these challenges to improve time to market with existing resources. We'll discuss several recommendations that any organization can leverage for improvement."
Mrs Rosa Bernard moved to Indianapolis from Denver in 1998 and joined Barnes United Methodist Church. She immediately became involved with the local chapter of the United Methodist Women organization. She served as Social Actions Coordinator for the Southern Indiana Conference for four years.
In addition, she served as secretary for the Steering Committee during the realignment of the Northern and Southern Indiana Conferences. And for the past 8 years served on the Bishop's Episcopacy committee and later as secretary. Presently, she serves on a Human Trafficking Team through the Women's Division and had her training in 2009 in Atlanta, Georgia.
In September 2011, Mrs Bernard and the UMW Mission Team traveled to Brazil, where the Ubunti Team shared information in two cities Sao Paula and Fortalezza. We are delighted to have such a well versed person speak on the subject of "Human Trafficking".
Mrs. Bernard explains Ubunti " is the essence of being human. It speaks of the fact that my humanity is caught up and is inextricably bound up in yours. I am Human because I belong. It speaks about wholeness, it speaks about compassion".
Archbishop Desmond Tutu
May will see The Cure Panel Talk Show hosting its first panel discussion on Mental Health. The expert speaker on the show is Dr. Kamran Fallahpour, Director, Brain Resource Center and he will be addressing the topic:
Latest Treatments Under Research for Mental Health.
The show will have four mental health survivors/advocates on the panel disucssing the topic with the expert.
Today Autism Empowerment Radio welcomes Belinda Hanson, founder of the popular Portland Oregon Autism Resource Guide Facebook Community.
Belinda is the proud mother of two, a 6 year old daughter and an 8 year old son. Her oldest is on the autism spectrum. Belinda has other relatives in her family that are autistic too as she puts it "spectrummy".
Her interest in starting the Portland Oregon Autism Resource page came from a place where she had a great interest in all areas of autism but found that many sites were specific in their interests within autism.
Belinda wanted a place to gather information that was beneficial to newly diagnosed adults, parents, educators, therapists and other family members. Her page provides information that supported living with autism but also looks at different research studies with a minimal amount of bias and enables people to discuss points of view respectfully and share stories while also being able to ask for help.
Finding resources was the first thing she wanted to share because finding a pediatrician, therapy, community places to meet and support groups to share our world among other things was and is an important part of the journey. It needs to respect the autistic person and the support group too and bridge these communities together in meaningful ways.
Autism Empowerment is a fan of Belinda's work and invites you to check out and like her page and Facebook commun
Join host and TV Ever After writer Jenna as she discusses the seventh and eigth episodes of Syfy's Being Human with fellow staff writer Megan. The episodes are titled "I See Your True Colors... And That's Why I Hate You" and "Children Shouldn't Play with Undead Things," respectively. As always, callers are welcome.
Human trafficking has become a global phenomenon, and the trafficking of women and children as sex slaves has reached epic proportions. Join me so we can expose,Human Trafficking, just one form of sexual abuse. Let's expose this dark secret and bring it to the surface. Join me with my special guest, Mrs. Adrienne Miller and her husband. Adrienne Miller is Founder of Shout!2Stop Traffickingand international human trafficking initiative headquartered in Raleigh, N.C. Adrienne is also Founder of Prose Network which links prostitutes to resources. Adrienne is an anti-violence and anti-human trafficking advocate, and the author of three books. Please call in with questions. Lines will be open. 818-572-2919.
Racial slavery may have ended in the U. S. over 200 years ago, but there is a new brand of slavery that is alive and well. It has swallowed up and victimized millions of women and children all over the globe.
From street prostitution, to online escort services, to residential brothels that could be operating right under your nose in your very own neighborhood, human trafficking is on the rise and has become a billion-dollar criminal industry.
How can you spot a victim of this vile crime? What can you do to protect the innocent from being trapped? What can you do to help those who need to be rescued?
These questions and many others are what our guest, author, speaker, and activist, Kathi Macias is here to answer.
Join the conversation about this very urgent issue. Call 646-716-6910 or chat LIVE with us in our chat room during the show!