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The TalentCulture #TChat Show is back live on Wednesday, November 18, 2015, from 1-2 pm ET (10-11 am PT).
Last week we talked about the benefits of a blended workforce and the staffing challenges it brings, and this week we’re going to talk about how wellness programs improve employee performance.
Making time to stay in shape isn’t easy. Frenetic schedules and longer work hours take a big bite out of exercise. Plus, according to the American Heart Association, sedentary jobs have increased 83% since 1950 and physically active jobs now make up less than 20% of our workforce. In 1960, about half of the US workforce was physically active.
What to do? Being physically active can boost the employees’ health and it’s good for your business as well. In fact, research shows that workers who exercise during the day reported a 15 percent boost in performance, a happier mood and increased ability to meet deadlines.
Whether you can have an on-site corporate fitness center or not, there are simple ways you can help your employees find time for fitness and support their overall health and well-being.
Join TalentCulture #TChat Show co-founders and co-hosts Meghan M. Biro and Kevin W. Grossman as they talk about the benefits of a blended workforce and the staffing challenges it brings with this week’s guest: Ann Wyatt, vice president of account management at HealthFitness, a health management leader that creates effective health management and corporate fitness programs.
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We Get Results. Mary Singer Albertson Knows how to get Results and People who make things happen. “Be the change you want to see in the world. Be an advocate for people who have no voice. We are the ones we've been waiting for." www.bodymindspiritradio.com
Topic/Guest: Sue believes in the power of music to touch hearts and heal lives, and she loves to share her passion for music through a wide variety of means.
A prolific singer-songwriter, Sue has created 8 CDs of original, award winning, uplifting positive music. Her newest CD, “Ready to Receive” was produced by Daniel Nahmod and was just released this June.
Cyber Monday Special: 60% off Special for one day!! Click here to order. Stock up. It makes a great holiday gift when you see your kids struggling with school or if you feel you need an edge to improve your work performance on focus.
Prescription drugs for mental focus and alertness are being used by college and high school students with serious consequences. Do you have a new job and find your plate is so full you are forgetting things or just can't seem to keep up? Do you need to recall stacks of information at a clip but seem to be running on empty? Dreams of a super drug running through your head but you know it is not worth the legal or drug testing risk? Don't lose your job, your scholarship, your position in work or school or put your family at risk. Stop the drugs and find something that will improve your focus, can be taken every day and has no regulations or side effects. Dream product? Try it and see.
Alexander LaCroix, CEO of Mental Mojo and Internationally published author on Cognitive Enhancement is sharing about his experiences in college and how he developed a safe, focus boosting product for those in search of a continuous cognitive edge. Rocket fuel for your brain is sealed up in stick packs that you just add water and enjoy at any time of the day or evening depending on your required performance.
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Pharmaguy interviews R.J. Lewis, President and CEO of eHealthcare Solutions, about his new book "RESULTS: The Future of Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Marketing," which he co-authored with Scott Weintraub, Brad Sitler, Joanne McHugh, Roger Zan, and Stephen Morales.
The book covers 5 key themes:
Evolving Systems of Care & the ACA
A view from the manufacturers perspective
RJ will focus on the chapter about digital marketing. Questions and topics we will touch on include:
What are some of the biggest trends you are seeing in digital marketing today?
There is a shift from targeting contextually to targeting based on an audience, how is this playing out in digital marketing and where is it heading?
What are some examples of “data driven” targeting in online advertising?
What does the future hold for the newer media and platforms such as mobile and video?
How big of a role does societies concerns over privacy play in how the future unfolds?
For the chapter on a view from the manufacturer, I understand you interviewed over two dozen pharmaceutical executives. What are the main themes you heard from them?
Welcome back to Lingraphica Radio! We’re excited to kick off our ASHA 2015 Blog Talk Radio series discussing each of our presentations at ASHA this year. We’ve done a lot of research lately and want to share it with all SLPs, not just those that can make it to ASHA in Denver.
In this episode, we’ll discuss combining teletherapy & online exercises to improve outcomes and increase engagement at an aphasia center that embraces the Life Participation Approach to aphasia (LPAA) with Dr. Richard Steele, Chief Scientist at Lingraphica.
If you are at ASHA this year, make sure to check out the full presentation with Dr. Richard Steele on Saturday, November 14th at 8:30am in room 113 at the Colorado Convention Center.
Lauren Williams works for Baltimore County Health Department directly with the Baltimore County Cancer Coalition. This committee strives to improve various issues within the cancer community. The Coalition includes medical personnel, patients and representatives from various providers as well as non-profit organizatioins from within the cancer community.
Join us for the live show... or listen to the replay. Please feel free to share the link with others. It is important that we all work to improve services within the medical community for cancer patients, their families and caregivers. Through the Maryland Cancer Coalitions, improvements have been made and with continued efforts we continue to see improvement of quality of life as well as attention to non-medical and psycho-social impacts of this disease.
Following Tuesday's election results, analysis was available in print, digital, talk radio, and probably at your work place water cooler as to what this means.
On Wednesday's Mark Levin show, Mark spent the majority of the first two hours of his show laying out the case that the grassroots, We the People, have shown that we are ready to consider the alternative to the business as usual in Washington, D.C. With the continuing show of strength for Constitutional Conservative candidates and policies in local and statewide races, ballot initiatives, and referendums, NOW is the time to take advantage of this interest.
We will spend time on this past week's news and how it relates to the Convention of States, and then spend some presentation time reviewing the Tuesday election results, the implications in general, and then some specific, individual applications based on those implications.
The presentation section of this podcast is particularly relevant for those either already in a leadership position with the Convention of States Project (District Captains in particular), and for those who have indicated or demonstrated that they are ready to pursue a leadership position.
What really needs to be built and destroyed in our communities? What is a COMMUNITY? Do we have communities? How do we improve our communities? Who should and should not be included in the restructuring process within our communities? Join us as we welcome our special guest star, from the Guerrilla Black Army : King Shabazz ! He will be sharing what he is doing, what they are doing, what we can do individually and collectively to help make positive improvements within our communities.......You dont want to miss this show, call in and weigh in with your perspectives and ideas of what we should strive to do !
Could cultivating patience help you cope better with a diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease (PD)?
The majority of individuals with PD, responding to a 2015 Parkinson’s Alliance survey think so. They reported that patience helps them cope with their symptoms, and over half of the participants reported that patience increased their engagement in social activities.
You may have been told by your parents or teachers that patience is a virtue to acquire, but, do you really know what patience is and how it might actually help anyone cope with disease?
Join Guests: Carol Walton, CEO of the Parkinson Alliance, and Neuropsychologist, Jeffrey Wertheimer, PhD, who will discuss 2015 Parkinson's Alliance survey results on patience and exercise, and other aspects of physical and psychological well-being as it relates to individuals with PD.
Join the discussion.
McComb, MS – For many people, food and stress go hand-in-hand. We believe we are so busy that we don’t have time to eat properly. But giving our body the nutrition it needs is a positive step toward combating stress. With a little planning, we can learn to enjoy real nutrition.
Georgia Ryle is a certified integrative nutrition health coach and the founder of Small Changes Lasting Results, a health coaching practice specializing in helping motivated, busy women over 40 lose weight and restore their health.
“We all have the answers inside of us, but we can’t always find them,” says Georgia. “That’s where a health coach comes in. We encourage you to go deeper to find the solution for your own body because everyone’s body is different.”
Georgia is certified through the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, the world's largest nutrition school and certification program. Georgia says she was first introduced to health coaching after experiencing health issues herself.
“It’s so important to find balance,” says Georgia. “If we’re always stressed, our digestive system won’t work properly; if our digestive system doesn’t work properly, then our immune system won’t either.”
Georgia says improving our health is about what we put in our body, what we do to maintain our stress and how we get our body moving.
“When you tell me you’re going to do something, I’m going to hold you to it,” says Georgia. “I want you better than when you first came to me. That’s my goal, and I want to help as many people as I possibly can through my program.”
For more information on Small Changes Lasting Results, visit http://healthcoach.georgiaryle.com.
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