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Sunit Rikhi has a unique perspective on how context impacts leadership. You'll want to hear it.
VP and General Manager (Retired), Intel Custom Foundry
Founder, Reach For Infinity, LLC
Member of the Board, Children’s Cancer Therapy Development Institute
Sunit Rikhi brings a lifetime of career learning and leadership to help clients, readers, and audiences achieve results worthy of their potential while experiencing the joys of growth without limits.
In his 30 year career as an Intel executive, Sunit Rikhi pioneered several game-changing initiatives and contributed significantly to the shaping of the semiconductor industry and our way of life on earth today.
Intel Custom Foundry – A disruptive force in the semiconductor industry
Sunit started Intel Custom Foundry from scratch in 2008 to provide leading edge custom silicon manufacturing services to fabless design companies. At the time he retired from Intel in May of 2015, the business was on a path to ramping volume to over a billion dollars of revenue run rate. The business had over a thousand engineers spread across the globe and more than ten customers in the USA and Asia.
Most of us ministers have some sort of aspiration about fufilling the role of a leadership. Some ministers are unaware whether there are the right person for leadership. We will discover some tips from other leaders how do we know for sure that we have been called into leadership.
There are some DO's and Don't regarding leadership that some have not been taught in the church setting.
Get you pen, pencil and note pad ready to take notes. This leadership setting is going to help you understand your calling as well as tips on how to maintain your character as Leader today.
With the first podcast dealing with the issues which some tribes are facing in tribal governments, this episode will continue the discussion with the topics Problems tribes may be facing, What are the solutions for the tribes and how can they bring these to light, as well Elections, key issues which affect tribes today.
Disclaimer-- All views are not representing the tribes involved and are merely of opinion. The topics are to stir interest for tribes having tribal dilemmas and working to make a better position for future generations
This podcast is dealing on the topic of Tribal Government. Tribal Governments at its worse! What does that mean? How do Tribes come together in making their Government's successful? What are some possible solutions to inspire transparency? Why is it important for Tribal memebers to pay attention to there Government system? Come join in as this discussion is joined by Kiowa Tribal member Lee Kerns, and Kiowa Member Enoch R. Kaulaity, Kiowa.
Come be a part of this discussion, and share your thoughts from your tribe!!
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Disclaimer-- All thoughts and views are of the guests and speakers, and do not reflect the views of the tribes involved. These are real issues, discussed by real tribal memebers hoping to shed light on the matter discussed
Lee Kerns is Kiowa with a Master's Degree in Education with Emphasis in Pure Mathmatics from SUNY Buffalo State College, Bachelors from Empire State College in Applied Mathmatics. as well 71 Credits in Electronics from the Airforce. He is from the Whitehorse family.
Enoch R. Kaulaity has a degree in Business Administration from National American University this year in 2015 and is pursuing a Masters Degree with Emphasis in Human Resource Management in January 2016. Enoch Descends from Red Teepee and Eagleheart of the Kiowa Tribe
Leadership is the ability to rally a group of people together and persuade them to take a stand for a specific purpose or cause. Northhouse (2013) stated that "leadership is a process whereby an individual influences a group of individuals to achieve a common goal" (p.6). There are many different types of leadership styles and theories. Leadership is a form of power because it requires people to submit or be swayed to a particular position. It can be used in both healthy and unhealthy ways. We see examples of that with Enron, WorldCom, and the music industry with lascivious messages that are sent to youth. One must define the type of leader they want to be and exhibit the qualities and characteristics of that style. Join us today as we will talk about Servant Leadership.
Northouse, P.G. (2013). Leadership: Theory and practice. (6th ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA:Sage Publications
Chai Chat returns with a totally NEW FOCUS! We are now "Chai Chat: Creating New Worlds At Work!" My NEW CO-HOST is Mary Rauchenstein, Creative Leadership Guru. Mary is a certified John Maxwell speaker, trainer, and coach. She has held leadership positions in business for the past 30 years, with two decades at the VP level. And I am, Victoria A. Vetere, PhD, HC, Enlightened Life Coach, Consultant, and author of the newly published Enlightenment Appetizers: A Taste of Enlightenment in Everyday Life (Balboa Press).
Each show we will explore topics that will help us to create new wolds at work! Today we will explore a term that is widely used, but often misunderstood, Leadership. What is leadership? When we think of leadership, what leaders come to mind historically, politically and from a business perspective? What attributes must a leader have?
Next we will dig a bit deeper and talk about Enlightened Leadership. What is it? What distinguises a Enlightened Leader from the rest of the leadership pack? And further, what are we looking for from our leaders, both culturally and politically? Can they deliver this and what happens if they don't?
Chai Chat will aire twice monthly, usually on Tuesday at 10am. We want to hear from YOU! Really. So listen up, then pipe up! Tell us what you think and what you want to know. If we are going to "create new worlds at work," we are going to do this TOGETHER. So let's get going.....
As you may know there's been an explosion of information in recent years on neuroscience and how the brain handles changes-and it is fueling an interest in mindfulness. If you are a coach or searching for one, remember this rule: mindful coaching is better is better coaching. Join me this episode for more information on the three keys to mindful leadership coaching according to Forbes.
My guest host this week is:
Dr. Wanda Tisby Cousar, DM, EMBA
Principal-Sande Leadership Coach
Dr. Cousar holds a Doctor of Management concentration in Environmental and Social Sustainability and Executive Master of Business Administration from Colorado Technical University. Dr. Cousar serves as Practitioner Liaison to members of the Academy of Management and developed a leadership coaching model of Sande leadership attributes used in coaching managers and executives to be leaders of sustainable practice. Tune in to hear her expertise on Leadership Coaching in Sustainable Practice and Organizational Development:
Join Dr. Wayne Applewhite, Co-Founder of Just Leadership, LLC, Adjunct Professor for Boston University, and the host of “Affect!”, as he and Dr. Katrina Stark look at "Leadership" from under the microscope. Tonights' topic: "Leadership" isn't a Title but a Behavior, will examine leadership from a much different perspective; one of actions, not one of labels.
For those of you resting on words as opposed to taking action, and for those of you wanting to take hold of the reins and move forward by leading, this episode is for you! Warning: Tonight could be hazardous to a traditional mind-set.
Join our live-broadcast roundtable discussion with influential global leaders about the importance of relationships. This conversation will shift us from wrestling with the concept of “networking”, which we resist, to feeling inspired to build and nurture relationships, both professionally and in our personal lives. Learn about our panelists here: http://bit.ly/1M3LKei.