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What would you say if you could talk with your teenage self? The Maternal Manager returns to the 1980's to chat with teenage Mindi about her plans for the future and Mindi wants to know what the future looks like. Did she become a super model/actress/spy/detective? Did she marry a wealthy guy like on Dynasty or an adventurous modern Indiana Jones?
The Maternal Manager confesses she has the exciting career of being a Mom. Yes, she grew up to become her Mom. It's an adventure saving the future.
The Maternal Manager opens up with interviewer Stephanie Nivinskus on the needs of today's moms. Moms are their own worst critics. Sometimes they need a dose of encouragement and a few coping tools to gain the confidence to become the moms they want to be. She discusses what a Mommy Coach is and why humor and light heartedness can help moms overcome some of the most difficult situations. Sometimes moms don't need the experts, they need another mom who has been there and can help them navigate the sea of motherhood without drowning in dispare.
Remember when you were pregnant with your first child? Your emotions raced between excitement, anxiety, and wonder when thinking about what life would be like after becoming a Mom? In the first of a Two part interview, the Maternal Manager talks to 1st time mom to be Renee Michelle Williams-King a couple of weeks before delivering her son Eli. What are her birthing plans? Was labor and delivery all she thought it would be? What does she think baby Eli will look like and which parent does he take after? A follow up interview will happen after Eli is born.
The Maternal Manager interviews life and business coach Rebecca Garcia. Are you ready to focus? Rebecca shares a few tips to get more out of your day. How would you like to work smarter instead of harder? Whether you want to become your own boss and don't know how to do it or you don't know what is holding you back from achieving your goals, she explains how a coach can help you create a more focused path in your life and your business.
Best known as Mike Tyson's longtime co-manager, Steve Lott will be my guest on Tuesday @ 2pm PST. Lott, who has also co-managed 4 other world champions like Morrison & Benitez, will discuss his times with Mike Tyson and what he is up to today as President & COO of Boxing Hall of Fame. Steve Lott is our special guest on The Sports Machine!
According to the foreword of Gary Magenta's book, The Unbossy Boss: 12 Powerful Questions to Make You A Better Manager, "good managers listen, but great managers ask questions." These are the wise words of Gary Magenta's boss, CEO of Root Inc, Jim Haudan. Magenta himself adds that "great managers think of themselves as CEOs—Chief Engagement Officers. We've got a management crisis right now, and we've also got an engagement crisis. Could the two be linked? Tune in for the next installment of IT Life Radio, Wednesday May 20th at 3PM ET to find out.
Spoiler alert: I think they are related. And I think Magenta's book shows why.
Magenta says in the opening to his book: "A dictionary defines 'manager' as 'one who handles, controls, or directs.' I've never wanted to be handled, controlled, or directed. Have you? These words are about telling people what to do…the outdated style of 'yelling and telling.'" Magenta has a different plan.
What is it? Well, I'll let him tell you. Tune in to the show to learn:
A much better way to manage people
What a real manager does to make sure he engages people and serves the strategy of the company
How to use questions to be a better manager
Gary Magenta is a Senior Vice President of Root Inc., a consulting company that helps organizations execute their strategy through people. Magenta is the author of The Un-Bossy Boss. He is a frequent speaker at client events, industry conferences, and business strategy and human resources seminars. He has been recognized with a Stevie American Business Award for Executive of the Year. Gary is a Google fanatic and an unapologetic reality show junkie.
On Talk Jamaica this week, will public sector workers and the government reach a consensus anytime soon? The heads of the Jamaica Teachers Association, the Jamaica Police Federation and a member of EPOC will join us to discuss the challenges associated with wage negotiations.
Then at 5 p.m., Is it time to take Christianity out of schools entirely or create spaces of religious diversity? Should mandatory devotions be removed from our schools? Representatives of the Jamaicans for Secular Humanism, National Secondary Students Council and the Jamaica Coalition for a Healthier Society will join us for this discussion.
Then later in the broadcast, we take you into our Talk Vault feature, Michael Collins of Jamaica National Building Society (JNBS) joins us to talk about Barracks Entertainment's latest gripping production – Force Ripe and why they are sponsors.
Talk Jamaica comes your way at 4pm on talkjamaicaradio.com/listen and also on caribriddimsradio
Mr. Ntriko Bassey has been associated with SWACIN Inc. back in 2010 when the organization was called Residents Waste Cleaning Control Limited in Akwa Ibom state. At that time SWACIN Inc. was private clean up company that provided door to door service to take away trash in residential areas. He is appointed to work as a Human Resource manager for the Skill Acquisition Training in the Niger Delta, because of his wide spread network around the Akwa Ibom state and Lagos, Nigeria who are reliable, honest and hard-working individuals. Therefore, we interview him to find out how he does and what basis he is able to do so. SWACIN Inc. is impressed with his simple way of dealing with others and his ability to spot good individuals at ease.
On Talk Jamaica this week Christian group LOVE March Movement protests against the LGBT agenda and international pressure on the government to repeal the ‘buggery law’. Leader Daniel Thomas joins us.
At 4:45. Young Jamaica President Howard Chamberlain joins us to discuss his organization’s stance on CCJ as well as that of the parent organization – the Jamaica Labour Party.
Then at 5 p.m., can there be independent thought in a political party? Is it practical, politically or... is there time for a paradigm shift? Three Jamaican youth leaders Germaine Barrett, Kemesha Kelly and Aujae Dixon will give their perspectives.
Then later in the broadcast, we take you into our Talk Vault feature, Young Aspiring Thespian, Director, Educator Horace Gordon is on the rise to make his stamp in the Theatre Industry. He joins us in the Talk Vault at 5:35 p.m
We also have The Week That Was and In Perspective, Talk Jamaica comes your way at 4pmEST on talkjamaicaradio.com/listen
Tough Talk Christian Radio with host Tony Gambone:
Tough Talk Christian Radio is for those who want to share and receive expressions of faith that will help you take the next step in your relationship with Christ. Listen in to find out from others about their experiences of faith and the love of Christ. Call in to share your experiences.
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