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Join your host, Christina Barber and co-host, Scott Barber as they discuss professionalism in the paranormal industry. Unfortunately, the industry seems rife with in-fighting, mud slinging and bullying, placing the paranormal industry into a very negative light. Is it possible to 'rise-up' from this maelstrom of unprofessionalism, to gain respect among the scientific community? Tune in to find out what Christina and Scott have to say!
Coaching Professionalism: Owning our roots and strengthening the field
This show will be about the evolution of coaching and coaches as professionals. What are the disciplines, theories and practices that influence coaching? Why is important we own our roots? What do we really need to know as practitioners?
Diane Brennan, MBA, MCC works with leaders and teams to expand thinking, navigate change, and create a learning culture. Her clients are in aerospace, academics, healthcare, science, and engineering. She is Dean of the Master Coach Program for the Business Coaching Institute, Helsinki, Finland. She served as the first Director of Training for Fielding Graduate University's Evidence-Based Coaching Program. Diane is co-editor of The Handbook of Knowledge-based Coaching with Leni Wildflower, PhD (2011) and The Philosophy and Practice of Coaching (2008). Diane is recognized internationally as a leader in coaching and served as the global International Coach Federation President in 2008. She is also a member of the European Mentoring and Coaching Council, a founding fellow of the Harvard Institute of Professional Coaching and the International Positive Psychology Association.
Diane lives in Tucson, AZ. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
Coach Conversations is sponsored by the ICF Phoenix, produced by Ana Melikian an Elite Level Book Yourself Solid Coach, and hosted by Katharine Halpin, MCC.
Professionalism in a medical practice is very easy to recognize but it’s hard to define. Today, Rebecca Morehead interviews Dr. Laura Hills of the Blue Pencil Institute on this topic. Dr Laura is an author, speaker, consultant, coach and columnist for The Journal of Medical Practice Management. She will share 15 characteristics of professionalism and help medical practice managers understand how to bring a culture of professionalism in to their medical practice.
THIS IS A PRE-RECORDED SHOW!!
This shouldn't have to be covered.
Let's be realistic, though, there are many kinksters who forget common courtesy, respect, and professionalism.
Professionalism within play or scening and also professionalism within industry genres, like photographers and models. What is having a level of professionalism and how to achieve it?
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Exhibiting professionalism is a lot more then being in a field that is called a profession. You can be a lawyer, a doctor, a scientist and still not show an ounce of professionalism. A hard truth in our community is that we DO NOT show professionalism therefore...we ARE NOT professionals. Is this true? How do we change this perception or can we?
I will be providing my own true life experiences on this topic and would love to talk to you about yours or your opinions on this topic. Tune in and join in!
Today's show is a Re-Broadcast of our August 12th, 2012 show with CTGM Christiana Gaudet -- A Live on-air Class on Ethics & Professionalism! Join us every Sunday for The Tarot Today Show with Mark Reed, Mary Nale & Dax Carlisle - bringing you the Best from The World of Tarot~! News, Interviews, Techniques, Resources, Authors, Deck Creators, Artists and Experts... SHOW TIMES: Tarot Today - 1pm Pacific/ 4pm Eastern/
Show Professionalism with a Virtual Office by Tim Jacquet is our topic The Core Business Business Show. The Core Business Show with Tim Jacquet is sponsored by Apple Capital Group, Inc. Apple Capital Group, Inc., is commercial finance asset based lender based in Jacksonville, Fl. For more information about Apple Capital Group lending, please check out our website at http://www.applecapitalgroup.com. If you like to be a guest on The Core Business Show, please email us at info@thecorebusinesssho
When should you just let something go? Do you take the high road, low road, ...stay neutral? We discuss our personal experiences in certain matters, including the roads we take, and tonight we seriously try to up YOUR bliss.
Red Bank, NJ – To be a good teacher one must be a good leader; to be a good leader one must be a good teacher. As a 25-year member of the Professional Woman’s Network, Elizabeth Waterbury has mentored aspiring business leaders all over the country in the areas of leadership, professionalism and diversity.
It was programs just like the ones Elizabeth offers today that guided her to become the founder and President of E.M. Waterbury & Associates, a consulting engineering firm specializing in land use and land use development.
“Workshops and coaching and leadership training helped me create me,” says Elizabeth. “I realized I could be whatever I wanted to be. The assistance I received from others encouraged me to want to help others.”
Indeed, though her firm is among the most respected in the region, Elizabeth continues to give back by offering mentorship and coaching services to individuals from all different walks of life to help them balance their home life with their day-to-day stresses and priorities.
“As engineers, when we meet with our clients, we often begin with a fresh slate or a site that is a wreck; we develop a vision of what the space can become and design the work to bring that vision to reality,” says Waterbury. “It’s not much different from coaching. I listen to my clients to see what their needs are and design the best path to bring them toward what they’re trying to achieve.”
Elizabeth says it’s important to recognize that overcoming our obstacles is sometimes more than we can do ourselves. Having an objective third-party that can assist you and guide you through this process, is essential. Still, no one is going to truly affect change in your life but you.
“We have the power,” says Elizabeth. “Just making a simple change in your life can disrupt the cycle and begin change.”
The LLS will be discussing some serious topics tonight and it will touch socomme people in the wrong way. If you have any questions or comments on these topics tonight, please call #646-716-5495 or chat with us at www.blogtalkradio.com/thelarryloveshow . If you want to speak to the host, press #1 on your phone and the host will be with you shortly.
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