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This month's guest, Marnie Green, is Principal Consultant at Management Education Group and author of both Painless Performance Evaluations and Painless Performance Conversations. Listen in as she shares examples of organizations who have seen shifts in culture as a result of a new performance management process and supporting technology.
Michael Moore, JD, joins the podcast to discuss some of the factors that are affecting law firms’ ability – or inability – to keep their best employees.
Michael Moore, JD, is the founder of Moore's Law, LLC, and helps both lawyers and law firms create professional success. Moore specializes in individual marketing, client development and leadership coaching. He also advises law firms on strategic planning, growth initiatives and resource optimization. A frequent speaker at ALA events across the country, his current topics have included mentoring, leadership, financial management and strategic planning. Moore is also the author of The Lawyers' Toolkit for Creating Both Personal and Professional Success, an essential resource for every lawyer's library. The short, "how-to" chapters highlight all of the non-legal skills necessary for today's professional lawyer and include illustrative, real-life examples.
Catch his session and many more at ALA’s Human Resources Conference for Legal Professionals. Visit alanet.org/hr for more details.
Join Dr. Wayne Applewhite, Co-Founder of Just Leadership, LLC, Adjunct Professor for Boston University, and the host of “Affect!”, as he and his Guest for tonight's airing of "Affect!", Colonel Michael Ross, discuss "Organizational Change and Adaptation".
If you have gone through it, are going to go through it in the near future, or have found yourself in it right now, you might not want to miss this episode!
Actress Tichina Arnold sent a mass text to friends and family announcing her impending divorce and leaked a sex tape starring her husband and another woman. Is it ever okay to seek revenge when a spouse cheats? How do you tell someone you don't want to be married? Is there a set of rules for men and another for women in how we react?http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-3401600/Martin-star-Tichina-Arnold-sends-sex-tape-cheating-husband-mass-text-announce-divorce.html
This special Transformed Traveler show features Don Mankin, PhD (a.k.a. the "Adventure Geezer")
Click on "blog" on home page for "The Adventure Geezer" blog
Don was the First place winner for print and/or internet from 2011 to 2014 for 50+ Travel
(North American Travel Journalists Association)
He is the Co-author of Riding the Hulahula to the Arctic Ocean:
A Guide to 50 Extraordinary Adventures for the Seasoned Traveler.
(National Geographic Books, 2008).
" One of the best travel books to cross our desk this
year...A wonderful -- and inspiring -- read" (Wall Street Journal)
As you begin to transform your life, your way of thinking; you'll find your circle getting smaller. You won't remove people. They will remove themselves. When you become more accountable for your life and actions it forces others to do the same if they're going to continue to be in your circle.
Shieh-Chi Chen is the president of 2Sisters Consulting Inc. An executive coach and consultant with clients at the senior leadership and management levels. She brings twenty years of diversity training and consulting to North American businesses. And she has seen it all!
Shieh-Chi coined the phrase ¨A thousand little cuts.¨ It speaks to all our experiences trying to establish, promote, and protect our unique selves. Tonight she shares her diversity journey, and what she's learned. This show is for all organizational leaders and members at all levels. Learn what it takes to self-manage the need to express your own unique diversity. And how to build and sustain diverse organizations.
Sunday evening at 9pm Pacific Midnight Eastern, Kathryn Samuelson drops by the old log cabin to chat with James and a barking wolf from time to time.
Kathryn began to feel the call to explore the spiritual and then the metaphysical quite some time ago. She practiced law in Illinois, but felt called to move to Massachusetts along with the call to explore this other side of life. Kathryn decided to follow this path of spiritual seeking and work, including working as an Intuitive and a certified Life Coach once she was settled in Massachusetts. Now living in Vermont Kathryn continues to pursue the work that she loves so much.
During her time in Massachusetts Kathryn was led to create (along with the Angels and Guides) the book called Opening the Heart: Meditations on How to Be.
As an Intuitive, Kathryn Samuelson gives Angel Readings using automatic writing (called Spiritual Writing by some), a practice she has engaged in since 1993. She connects with our collective Angels and Guides during a reading, and they use the writing as the method for giving her the information and guidance that they wish to provide you.
Kathryn was certified by the University of New Hampshire as a Life Coach in 2007, and has been offering her services as a Life Coach since then. Kathryn is open to helping all clients to whom she can be of service; however, she is deeply interested in helping those undergoing transitions, changes and transformation. Kathryn strongly believes that all the transitions, changes and transformations she has undergone provide her with a deep base of empathy and knowledge from with to help her clients. http://www.kathrynsamuelson.com/
The Focus of Today's Forum: We will be discussing "Holding The Good (Despite The Bad and The Ugly)" We will explore those life situations, people and seemingly destined events; that test our understanding of the "good"; in ourselves and others with our special guest Co-host Beverly Oye'Scott, Aka MommaEarthling.
The Questions We Seek To Ponder, Discuss and Answer In This Forum:
When we meet someone who ends up playing an important part of our lives (good, bad or ugly); is it by chance or destiny/karma/dharma?
What does it mean to be “in the good” or in a "state of higher consciousness"? (Discernment VS Judgement)
Can another person rob you of your "good" and the "good" in life or do you give it away to the ugly?
Is there a way to forgive, forget and even love a person(s) whom has been ugly to you? Is it important to do so?
How can we learn life's lessons and experience all those bad and ugly things that we experience in life, without losing our Divine Center and Higher Purpose and Understanding?
Your host is Marie D. McCohnell, M.S. (A.K.A. SisterFriend Marie) and co-hosts Lynda Fletcher, B.S. (Certified Nutritional Counselor), Anne Kaugh-Hill (Organizational Specialist), Margaret Bryant (Spiritual Teacher, Healer, Psychic), Beverly Reed (Intuitive Soul Coach, Storyteller, Poet, Artist, Virtual & Physical Soul Sessions). And our guest callers and chatroom guest. Music: Song by Ash Frost “Can You Imagine” https://soundcloud.com/ashfrost. *The opinions expressed by the guests are for entertainment purposes only and those guests providing comments are theirs alone and do not necessarily reflect the views of the sponsor Blended Herbal Treasures or its host.
In today’s volatile economic climate, the consistent pressure to lead without sacrificing team performance, keep employees happy, and drive bottom-line results can be overwhelming - and even seem impossible. Dr. Tasha Eurich is an organizational psychologist, a speaker, and New York Times best-selling author. Over the course of her career as a leadership consultant, she has helped all types of organizations to improve the effectiveness of their leaders and teams. Learn how anyone—whether you’re a formal leader or an informal one—can become a better leader by making small, incremental changes to their leadership approach.
On the Wednesday, Februart 3rd, 2016 broadcast at 12 Noon Pacific/3PM Eastern our special guest is Brian Klepper, Ph.D. (follow on twitter via @bklepper1). Dr. Klepper:
'is a health care analyst, commentator and entrepreneur who has specialized on health care market dynamics and the drivers of the cost crisis. He is President of Health Value Direct, a benefits brokerage connecting high performance, high impact health care organizations with organizational health care purchasers. He is a former CEO of the National Business Coalition on Health (NBCH), representing 52 regional business health coalitions, about 5,000 employer and union health benefits purchasers and some 35 million people.'
Join co-hosts Fred Goldstein (@fsgoldstein) and Gregg Masters (@2healthguru) as we glean insights from this disruptive innovator.
Clutter drains energy. Have you ever noticed that when you walk into a friend’s house and there is stuff everywhere you just want to get out of there? What about your own home? We all have problem areas in our homes that we haven’t dealt with yet, whether it’s because we don’t have time, we don’t know how or we go into overwhelm just thinking about it. That’s because ‘things’ hold energy. It’s like walking around with a full bag of garbage on our shoulders. It doesn’t take long before the weight is too much to bear and it wears us out. Then it spews it's toxins all over our life.
No More Clutter!! My special guest Alison Kero is going to share the secrets of getting your house in order and back on track. Alison is a decluttering and organizational expert with simple solutions that will make your organizational project easier than you imagined.
You can reach Alison at firstname.lastname@example.org and visit her website and blog for more tips at ackorganizing.com.
Be sure to send me your comments and any questions you have. Maybe I will answer them on air. Send to nancy@nancyat noon.com and please visit my website at nancyatnoon.com for blog articles, tips and personal and private email consultation services. If you feel stuck in the areas of love, health or relationships, let's start a conversation to get you unstuck.
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