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Michael Critelli, Director, "From the Rough"
As CEO of Pittney Bowes, Inc. Michael Critelli was an advocate for diversity and advancement of women in business. Though he had never worked in movies, Critelli, a former Rochesterian and 1966 graduate of Bishop Kearney High School, was determined to bring the story of coach Catana Starks, the first woman ever to coach a men's collegiate team, to the big screen. High Falls Film Festival premiered "From the Rough" - based on the true story of Catana Starks, on April 25th at the Little Theatre.
Maureen Berkner Boyt - Mo Moxie
Maureen Berkner Boyt is the Founder of The Moxie Exchange Movement and its girl’s leadership development program, The Go Girl Project. She is a thought partner to organizations and executives serious about women’s leadership development and learning. She holds a M.Ed. in Organizational Development, is a graduate of Corporate Coach U, authored the 5-book series, Rock Your Moxie: Power Moves for Women Leading the Way and is a life-long student of leadership, business and success. She has coached over 100 leaders, founded multiple successful businesses, lived and worked internationally, and loves taking business ideas and making them come to life. Maureen knows that every woman is capable of being an extraordinary leader and of achieving ridiculous levels of success in their lives. www.moxieexchange.com
Somewhere between herding sheep and herding sharks lies the manager's most effective method of gathering his team into a motivated decision-making process. Host Bart Jackson is joined by guest John Sarno, author, professor, and CEO of the Employers Association of New Jersey. Together, they discuss the workable practices for sparking the best of your team's little gray cells, and avoid letting the solutions-seeking effort fall into GroupThink default. In a humorous back-and-forth banter, this and other topics from John Sarno's upcoming book will provide leaders with a load of guidance and a lot of fun.
The average tenure for a CEO is 5-1/2 years—and nearly 40 percent are fired wtihin their first 18 months.
Successful CEO and entrepreneur Joel Trammell has defied those statistics and now shares his insights in a brand new book called The CEO Tightrope: How to Master the Balancing Act of a Successful CEO.
In this episode, Joel joins host Kelly Scanlon to share these timely and practical insights:
The top three challenges CEOs face
The best metrics for measuring performance
How aspiring CEOs can best prepare for the role
The exact responsibilities of a CEO
How to get employees to align with corporate goals
. . . and a host of other tips and information for balancing the CEO tightrope.
Listen to more podcasts from host Kelly Scanlon in the archives.
Wine may be bottled poetry and elegant joy, but it stands as one of the toughest business operations to bring to fruition. In celebration of harvest time and New Jersey Wine Week, host Bart Jackson invites Larry Sharrott, president of the Garden State Winegrowers Association and owner of Sharrott Winery to discuss the business side of titilating your palate. Winemaking is regulated heavily by the hand of law, blessed by the god Bacchus, and, often as not, cursed by winds of fate and weather. New Jersey vintners have been steadily advancing the overdue respect for Garden State wines - an amazingly clever tale of branding. Tune in and learn how farmers survive and thrive making the beverage the whole globe enjoys.
Like it or not, Mr./Ms. CEO you ARE the image of your company. Display the calm confidence of a Christian with four aces, and people will support your firm accordingly. Host Bart Jackson calls upon the expertise of guest Ms. Eileen Sinett, nationally renowned presentation coach who draws out the most effective and delightful aspects of business leaders. Do you know when to employ the blessing of silence in your presentations? How to present your most vital ideas in a formal speech - and tougher yet, informally? Come listen to Bart's guest Eileen Sinett and learn how to put your best self forward profitably.
Marketing a documentary film, as every cinemagraphic producer knows, rivals explorer James Cameron's seven-mile plunge into the oceans darkest depths. In both cases, you have no idea how vast is the void you are getting into. Host Bart Jackson brings aboard producer of the newly released "James Cameron's Deep Sea Challenge" Mr. James Burke, who has managed already to bring to light record numbers of viewers. Burke and his company Disruptive LA have revolutionized the independent film industry with a completely innovative marketing strategy that is both scientifically based and incredibly interactive. As a film fan, you will want to learn about Burke's latest production. As anyone who has ever tried to bring a product to market, you need to catch a taste of Mr. Burke's groundbreaking methods. You definitely want to tune in and invest in this show.
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