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Today is June 11, 2014, our Wisdom Wednesday. I am thankful for you all showing interest in what is share here on Earths Retreat Radio. Please support our work by tuning in, sharing our page, giving generous monetary offerings via our website. We give 100% of service to you first. Our reward is that you are able to take something from here that will help you to help yourself and others. Through visualizing what you want, all your dreams and desires can come true.
At Earths Retreat©®™, our Empowerment Coach and Humanity Wellness Doc, Ah'malah is guided by the supreme creator/creatress within, highly favored by many for her endless servant leadership to people worldwide over the past 15 years. Her goal is to inspire, encourage, uplift or empower you in every area of your life. Ah'malah's personal gift to you if you will accept is: #BEAM each and every day. B.e Love/E.mpower Others/A.ffirm Greatness/M.otivate Self. This virtual internet radio show is a support and guide not the solution! Continue to study self and do the work!
Looking at the Kyballion laws on EGO. Check your EGO at the door. Are you servicing others more than self. We should all invest in the first business, which is family. Think about your questions for our discussion. Come join us and share your methods, advice, or ideas. See you all on our show hosted by Empress Ah'malah & Guest Monday-Friday at 12noon EST (646-649-0119). We do not own copyrights to all pictures. Pics only used for empowerment, educational and inspirational purposes.
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Today’s show will focus on both the need for and practice of mindfulness within the educational setting. Mindfulness or the philosophy of being present has many beneficial attributes that can enhance the educational experience for both students and instructors. The philosophy of servant leadership is a wonderful platform through which one can practice mindfulness, as it provides specific areas of leadership through which needs can be understood and met in an enhanced way using mindfulness. Join doctoral candidate, Ivon Prefontaine, and me in a discussion on how mindfulness and servant leadership can blend within the classroom and any educational setting.
Have you ever co-led a program or project with another leader, and walked away thinking, never again? Do you dread having to collaborate, with the sub-text, I just wish I could have done this on my own?
The Parachute Project, designed by Joss Rowlands and John Breeze, was born from a co-leading experience during the prestigious Coaches Training Institute’s Leadership program.
In keeping with their own greater purpose of bringing co-leadership into the world, Joss and John work with leadership partners to help them embrace the experience of creating meaningful relationship, collaboration and intimacy. This opens them up to the joy of co-leadership, which expands their own influence as leaders in their own worlds.
John Breeze is a recovering engineer who’s now in his fourth (or so) career and believes he may have finally got it right! John trained with the Coaches Training Institute’s coaching program, then embraced the Leadership program. He’s been involved in various ways with the coaching and leadership community in the last five years and was recently recruited into the Co-Active Leadership Co-Ambassador team. John works with business owners and creative self-directed professionals, helping them harness their unique strengths and talents to build a thriving business and take responsibility for their lives.
Joss Rowlands is a CTI coaching grad, CPCC, and Co-Active Leadership grad. Her focus is self-mastery in the areas of intensity, complexity and drive. She brings the results (and mis-steps) of this to mentoring coaches and leaders in transition. Joss embraces the concept of Leaders holding responsibility for their worlds, while noting that these self-same words promote diversity and individuality and a greater need for the inter-dependence of spirit.
Join us for a conversation that will expand your own leadership through co-leadership.
This week on #PMChat, we will be joined by Brian Rabon, CST, PMP, President of The Braintrust Consulting Group, a worldwide leader in Agile transformations.
Throughout his 16 years of IT industry experience, Brian has applied Agile methods in order to successfully deliver working product to his customers.
When not in the classroom, Brian can be found around the globe evangelizing the benefits of Agile to the likes of Agile 20XX, the Project Management Institute’s (PMI) many chapters, and the Scrum Alliance’s Scrum Gatherings. Brian is an avid blogger, writing for his company’s blog at http://www.braintrustgroup.com/blog.
Check out Brian's blog post on Servant Leadership, and make sure to join the Tweet chat from 12 - 1 to ask your questions, discuss this concept, and share insights!
The term “servant leadership” is not reserved exclusively for those running high profile corporations. We will discuss why it is important for business owners on all levels to incorporate a “serve first, lead second” culture in their business model. The ability to authentically build on this concept will help not only assist you in helping others, but will help you to grow personally and in your business.
Our Guest: After a 17 year career, servant leader and veteran executiveKimberly O'Neil walked away from it all with the goal of influencing others to make giving a part of their lifestyle. As the youngest African American woman to be appointed as a City Manager and known as The Giving Architect, she now develops growth strategies for nonprofits and matches public figures and businesses with charitable organizations that match their passions through her company The Giving Blueprint. Throughout the year, Kimberly mentors emerging leaders and hosts “Just Kim and Friends” events to support children living in underserved communities and domestic violence shelters. You can find more about her on her site at http://kimberlyoneil.com.
Your Host: Tai Goodwin, M. Ed., is a marketing strategist, business coach, and award-winning instructional designer. A former employedpreneur, she is the founder of Launch While Working.com and host of the popular Launch Talk podcast. Tai works with women coaches, authors, speakers, and consultants who feel called to lead and serve through entrepreneurship. Her specialty is showing them how to monetize their expertise with information products and signature programs. Learn more and download 3 Secrets for Getting More Clients & Increasing Your Cash Flow by visiting TaiGoodwin.com.
Servant leadership and Aboriginal alternative education blend well together as a philosophical marriage of traditional and not-so-traditional ways of knowing and learning. Youth at risk in particular can benefit from this holistic approach to learning more about themselves through service to their community. Belonging, mastery, generosity, and independence comprise this holistic approach by working with the Circle of Courage, a Nala’atsi aboriginal Alternative Program. Join Masters student, Karen Hlady, and I as we discuss not-so –traditional ways of working with youth at risk.
It is hard to imagine that during difficult times, there is another approach to business than downsizing and layoffs. By changing the focus away from self-interest towards the common good, Servant Leadership is a philosophy where the business leader is a servant first and leader second. Imagine the CEO of your company showing a real interest in your growth and development, concerned that you have what you need to help you thrive. Imagine how you would feel about a company where management valued you enough to listen deeply to what you had to say and even do your bidding. Are you dreaming? No…Servant Leadership can change the way we do business by fortifying the roots or foundation of the organization—the employees. Join me and my guest, doctoral candidate in Leadership, Mark McVay, as we discuss the alternatives to letting people go.
MEANINGS NOT IN WORDS BUT PEOPLE. What is your leadership style. ARE YOU AS A LEADER A GOOD LISTENER? Look at speaker Ask questions Don’t interrupt Don’t change subject Emotion KEEP CURRENT OF UNDERCURRENT Responsive listening: when people feel that their leads no longer listens or responds, they will go somewhere else GREAT LEADERS ARE GREAT LISTENERS 4 H QUESTIONS TO BECOME A BETTER LISTENER HEART: WHAT IS THEIR HEART HOPE: WHAT IS THEIR HOPE HURT HOW CAN I HELP THEM
Sam Deep is not affiliated with the MSOL program, but he has been invoved in the same mission as MSOL for many years - training and raising up a new generation of leaders. Sam joins John today to talk about his life's work and mission, and his Leadership Academy that trains leaders in corporations and in open seminars all over Western Pennsylvania. Here is Sam's bio information from his own website:
Sam Deep launched his leadership development career in 1986 after 15 years of teaching and administration at the University of Pittsburgh. Since then, he has spoken in front of more than 200,000 people, his 16 internationally published books have sold well over one million copies in 14 languages, and his last four audio tapes were featured on USAirway's EntertainAir.
Sam's ideas about management have been quoted in newspapers and magazines throughout the country as well as on CNN-FN, CNBC, and WGN Radio Chicago. He served as an adjunct professor of leadership and strategy at the Carnegie Mellon University Tepper School of Business from 1998 to 2006. For eight years, he hosted "Following the Leader," a weekly radio program on KQV in Pittsburgh that focused on building better corporate leaders. His current consulting services include executive coaching, leadership development, team building, and strategic planning. His Sam Deep Leadership Academy equips emerging leaders for future responsibilities.
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