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Are you having trouble getting your team to stay focused, dedicated, and loyal to your mission, vision, or goals? Is your staff constantly dragging their feet and late with important deadlines?
Have you ever considered that your work environment is toxic? Tune into LNevels Workplace Radio as we talk about Creating a Gung-Ho Workplace with Host LNevels (LaKisha Nevels) and special guest Valerie Sheppard founder of The Heart of Living Vibrantly.
About Valerie: Valerie is an accomplished speaker/presenter who has beeneducating audiences for more than 3 decades. She studied adult learning principles, is certified by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business to teach at the University level, and has taught in collegiate and corporate universities. She has shared wisdom on personal leadership, living a vibrant life, leading high-performance teams, marketing and business strategy leadership, spiritual aspects of leadership, and more.
To learn about Valerie Sheppard visit: http://heartoflivingvibrantly.com
Is uncertainty and fear stopping you from living your dream? Tune in for keys to overcoming your mental blockage on this episode of The Workplace Reality Show
On this week's program, hosts Doug Field and Ron Bachman are live in the studio with guests from Onlife Health and Apollo Healthcare.
The first guest is Danny Timblin, president and CEO of Onlife Health. In this interview, Danny and the hosts will talk about the evolution of health care consumerism and the landscape for workplace wellness today. Ten years ago, the discussion focused on high-deductible health plans and health savings accounts. Five years later, the conversation turned to return-on-investment with a keen focus on the ROI for wellness and related services. Today, things are different; many employers are interested in wellness because it is the right thing to do. It is truly about understanding the individual person and putting forward a set of services and technology at the right point in the individual's daily life so that they continue to press forward with good habits.
The second guest is Mark Ilgenfritz, CEO of Apollo Healthcare. In this interview, Mark and the hosts will discuss the combination of wellness programs with self-funding. Mid-sized employers have an important question to answer regarding health benefits. For the past thirty years, they have generally made annual decisions based on annual rate increases and annual rate shopping. What if they made one decision for five years, instead of five decisions for one year? Self-funding in combination with the latest claim management technologies and wellness programs can – probably – lower costs. Apollo’s multi-year, strategic captive program absorbs excess risk and offers the safest self-funding plan design in the industry.
On this episode of The Workplace Reality Show we will highlight stories of bullying bosses and the signs you should look for when dealing with a bad boss.
The TalentCulture #TChat Show is back live on Wednesday, August 26, 2015, from 1-2 pm ET (10-11 am PT).
Last week we talked about why multi-generational leadership activism is in, and this week we’re going to talk about how to recognize and stop workplace bullying and harassment.
You may have read the Amazon news recently about their toxic workplace culture. While not new news, the unfortunate fact is there are too many other “bullying” and undermining cultures in business today.
Like pollution, workplace bullying and harassment does not usually kill you right away, but an enormous amount of misery is caused — and time wasted — because of unkind words and behavior that cause hurt feelings that take a toll on workplace productivity and relative happiness.
All of us can take leadership roles in helping prevent and stop harmful behavior by example, create clear boundaries about what is and is not acceptable, and a plan for upholding these boundaries.
Join TalentCulture #TChat Show co-founders and co-hosts Meghan M. Biro and Kevin W. Grossman as they talk about how to recognize and stop workplace bullying and harassment with this week’s guest: Irene van der Zande, Executive Director and Founder of Kidpower Teenpower Fullpower International, a global nonprofit leader dedicated to teaching emotional and physical safety skills for people of all ages and abilities.
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In this episode of the Transformation Cafe podcast, host Robin Masiewicz is joined by her sister Amy Frost and Amy’s colleague Dr. Nancy Kymn to discuss Grace in the Workplace
Amy and Dr. Kymn are currently co-writing a book on this subject. They share some recent examples of people that demonstrate these virtues in their own workplaces –from the hotel shuttle driver, to the waiter at the restaurant, to the corporate executive.
For complete show notes and recommended reading, visit Transformation-Cafe.com
Contact Robin Masiewicz at Robin@Transformation-Cafe.com
For the month of March we will be discussing your dating dilemnas. This week's topic is Dating at the Workplace:
Should I date someone at my job?
How do I deal with inappropriate co-workers?
Should I bring dates to work functions?
Join Matchmaker & Dating Coach Kiki Strickland as she explores this topic!
"One of the Top Matchmakers in the Country" - Ebony Magazine
Kiki Strickland is a matchmaker and Dating Coach who is passionate about helping smart, successful, singles who have a difficult time finding and keeping love. Her private coaching sessions and dating seminars are all about providing love life solutions to singles who desire to be married. Professionals who have succeeded in their careers are often frustrated by not finding the same success in relationships. Through her "A Diva's Guide to Meeting Mr. Right" Coaching Program and 5-Part Audio Series, as well as her eBook "How Divas Date", Ms. Strickland is helping singles find love and the relationship they have dreamed of.
Join BluPrint Radio today when we interview Chris Jones on today's topic: "Dealing with Difficult People in the Workplace." Chris will share tips on how to best build workplace relationships and how to diffuse discussions that might lead to a flare-up and violent behavior. Chris is an Executive Trainer with BluPrint. Pior to joining BluPrint, Chris served as a U.S. Marine Corps Reservist, a U.S. Secret Service Officer (White House Police), and spent many years in Law Enforcement in the State of Maryland. Later, Chris was selected as the Marketing and Program Manager for the Officer Next-Door Program with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Noted as one of the most dynamic professional youth speakers in America today, Chris is a subject matter expert in people dynamics & enjoys connecting with and speaking to millennials on various subject matters preparing them to be leaders. Through the use of powerful skits, dynamic insights and real-life illustrations, Chris’ message challenges teenagers and encourages them to make positive choices in their lives.
This will be an exciting show - please join us!
On this week's show, hosts Andrew Dietz and Doug Field will welcome special guests from Interactive Health and Ginger.io for a comprehensive discussion of employee health -- from physical wellness to mental health.
The first guest on this week's program will be Cathy Kenworthy, president and CEO of Interactive Health, the country’s leading provider of health management solutions. Successful companies create healthier organizations by improving the health of their employees. Wellness programs not only improve employee health, they also have a vital role in expanding the fast-growing healthcare consumerism movement. In this interview, Cathy and the hosts will discuss the challenges and rewards of personalizing wellness programs, how to analyze aggregate wellness program data to create better health plans and how wellness initiatives are helping to change health care in America.
The second guest on this week's show will be Dr. Anmol Madan, CEO, Ginger.io, a digital mental health service based in San Francisco. In this interview, Anmol and the hosts will discuss why smartphones have become relevant for your mental health. The smartphone is the most powerful sensor in health care right now. Because a smartphone is almost always with its user, the data collected through its sensors are very good proxy to understand the user’s behavioral patterns, particularly in terms of physical social isolation for people diagnosed with depression. Ginger.io uses the smartphone to deliver personalized care to people that would otherwise not have access to data-driven, evidence-based mental health care.
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