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Dr. Greene's guest on this program was Tony Wagner, the first Innovation Education Fellow at the Technology & Entrepreneurship Center at Harvard and the author of the best-selling book The Global Achievement Gap: Why Even Our Best Schools Don’t Teach the New Survival Skills Our Children Need — and What We Can Do About It. Tony has some very important ideas about the skills kids are going to need to be successful in the world of the future, and while blind adherence to authority isn't on the list, collaboration and problem-solving are.
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In the World Premiere of What Matters, host and Success Coach Rita Marie Mendez introduces herself and guides listeners in a step-by-step approach to problem solving.
In each episode Rita Marie empowers listeners to get out of their own way and achieve success in any and all areas of their lives. Join her in this interactive show to release outdated patterns and embrace the life of your dreams.
What can make or break solving problems confronting businesses of all sizes? The answer is, making on the money judgement calls.
Listenerns will learn what it takes to make great judgment calls. Why experience alone is not enough. You will be exposed to all the secrets that will help turn you into an expert at making great judgment calls.
We will examine the worst judgment call of all time by three CEO's from three Fortune 50 companies. This in itself is worth listening to the show for.
ADDED BONUS - There is a Fortune 100 company that has been in business for over 100 years and their survival is in question. What did poor judgment calls play in this once highly successful company.
Tune in for the business learning experience of your life.
Special guest and philosopher Andrew Payne will join us for this special look at C.S. Lewis' "Problem of Pain" book. Mr. Payne will give us a look into the core themes of Lewis' book and will show how he has a problem with Lewis' writing. Be sure to check out Andrew Payne's first lecture at the 20th Annual National Conference on Christian Apologetics sponsored by Southern Evangelical Seminary October 11th, 2013 held at the First Baptist Church in Indian Trail, NC. Go to www.ses.edu for more details.
Patricia Hirsch interviews Cheryl Smith. MCC. The number one job of leaders is to “build more leaders” said an article in Inc. Magazine a few years ago. In your observation would you say this is happening? No, I haven’t seen much evidence either. As coaches we work with leaders who are dealing with competing demands on their time and an endless list of things to do – and building more leaders isn’t likely on the list. Getting to the next deadline and through the day is more likely what’s happening. In this conversation, we’re going to explore one of the fastest, easiest and yet challenging ways to begin developing others: And it starts when a knock comes to the door.
In her 20 years in leadership and coach training, Cheryl Smith has been called pioneering, visionary, inspirational and “the Coach's Coach." After gaining marketing and management experience on two continents with IBM, Cheryl both worked as an associate with leading human resource organizations and operated her own consultancy. Cheryl’s focus moved toward maximizing human potential, mostly in the workplace. After amassing a deep and wide-ranging understanding of this subject, she embraced coaching as the most effective means of unleashing leadership capability and aligning people with their aspirations. Cheryl shares her expertise by using her formidable facilitation skills to help leaders and teams develop their potential through more effective conversations. She also guides and mentors others to become effective coach-trainers. To express her passion for coaching in the workplace, Cheryl has co-authored her own programs and training videos called Navigational Coaching.
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Dr. Helmrich will finish the show that ended abruptly due to technical difficulties yesterday
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Dr Julie Helmrich, famous Shrink'n'Drink psychologist from Milwaukee, delivers mini-course on the power of story, especially the story we tell ourselves about ourselves, to create problems, to solve problems.
This week, Wed Jul 20th Noon ET, on Women Warriors our own co-host, Lynn Anderson, will be covering the topic of “Problem Solving or Opportunity Management?” We will find out how women warriors can take a unique approach to problem solving for their success. Our listeners will learn the 7 levels of problem solving and how to tap into your positive energy to help you see diverse solutions to problems. Lynn Anderson is committed to helping busy professional woman ali
A talk with Ana Lopez of CityMart. CityMart calls itself "a market place for the most innovative solution companies and visionary cities on the planet."
How CityMart help cities accelerate the process of solving urban and social challenges
How it connects solution providers with the decision-makers in cities around the world
How CityMart helps cities define their needs, publish them to the marketplace and discover the available solutions
Ana Lopez is a specialist in Social Development working at CityMart which has locations in Denmark and Spain.
learn more at http://legacyofchange.co/
Our dynamic episode will provide listeners with the tools and techniques necessary to become an expert at finding the real problems that are affecting them. But, we don’t stop their, the listener wil be exposed to a special set of techniques that will help organizations accept the real challenges, issues, and problems they are being confronted with.
There are four stages to the problem process including:
1. Finding the real problem. 2. Accepting what you find. 3. Creating a solution. 4. Developing a process that will prevent the problem from coming back. The two stages that are the most important are finding and acepting the real poblems before them. As Albert Einstein said “ If I had one hour to solve the problems of the world I would spend 50 minutes uncovering what the real problems are and 10 minutes finding the solution.
The audience will learn the Gordon Ramsey from Kitchen Nightmares approach to finding the real problems that an organization must deal with and how to take down any barriers that might be preventing a company from accepting what they found.
The show will examine what went wrong at Kodak and how clues were ignored that something was terribly wrong. If Kodak had accepted the real issues that were slowly destroying their business things might have been different.
Businesses are experiencing more life threatening problems faster then ever before. The ability to find and accept them at record speed if they are to survive has never been greater.
Our show will provide listeners with the business insights to stay ahead of their problems to survive and stay ahead of the competition.