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This week Twila Harrison, CEO of Modern Woman PR, discusses Leadership Communication: How to effectively lead intergenerational teams.
Twila is a self-professed start-up junkie. Her professional focus is to use celebrated corporate branding strategies and innovative methods to promote up and coming talent. After 20 years of coaching executives and promoting corporate brands, she decided to spend more time focusing on the promotion of up and coming talent. As CEO of Modern Woman PR, Twila shares her thoughts on personal and professional presentation as well as promoting great work.
Don't forget to check out our show's blog at TheLaKeshaWomackShow.com for more information about Twila.
Do you have questions or comments? Tweet us during the live show @LaKeshaWomack #TLWS or leave a comment for Twila on the show's page.
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Carla O'Brien is a Powerful Coach and Productivity Expert who specializes in helping those who chronically struggle with getting things done. This includes people living with ADD, Aspergers, Procrastinators, Worriers, Control Freaks, Mind Spinners, Drama and Stuck in the Story'ers, Struggling Heartfelt Entrepreneurs, Overwhelms, Exhausted Can't Say No'ers, Unfulfilled Overachievers,Overbusy Execs, or anyone who is finally really ready to commit to making changes.
For the past 19 years she has been raising her 4 quirky kids with as she describes it, “all the D’s”. Cumulatively they have: ADD, Aspergers (ASD), LD, SID, Dyslexia, and Chronic Disease. She homeschooled them for 10 years, allowing them to learn, thrive, and accomplish their way. Her oldest son with Aspergers just received a scholarship to college in his exact area of interest. His amazing and beautiful story will be available in Carla’s first book “Luke and Mud” A Story of the Unconditional Love of an Extraordinary Dog for an Extraordinary Boy With Autism, will be out this Spring. She has written it as an inspiration and acknowledgement to all who might struggle somewhere in their life that anything is possible, and you can learn to create it!
Carla says, "I am the coach for those who feel different, who function differently, including those with Aspergers, ADD, Sensitive Beings, and Brilliant but Different thinkers and doers."
If you look up the definition of the word radical, it means "of the root". Carla translates that to one's uniqueness and coaching and coaching with horses helps you succeed as who you truly are and how you truly do things. That's where Radical Productivity and Energy of Accomplishment was born.
Her work with horses is as unique as her approach to life, and herself!
The TalentCulture #TChat Show is back live on Wednesday, October 29, 2014, from 7-8 pm ET (4-5 pm PT).
Last week we talked about employee engagement and the culture control panel, and this week we’re going to talk about the business leadership cliff and how to avoid it.
Even with a continued annual investment in leadership development, leadership overall is falling short in business today. Even worse, enterprises are doing a poor job developing leadership talent and aren’t investing in succession planning, so these issues are unlikely to be resolved anytime soon.
According to a new global study of more than 5,500 executives and employees across 27 countries, conducted by Oxford Economics and commissioned by SAP SuccessFactors, barely half of the executives surveyed said their companies possess the skills to effectively manage talent, and only 44% have faith that their leaders are capable of driving and effectively managing change.
The good news is that some companies are doing something about developing future leaders, working hard to make them multi-faceted, multi-functional and multi-conversational by giving them the cross-functional training and experience. By developing the talent and skills they need, companies doing this can position themselves to thrive around the 2020 workforce.
Join TalentCulture #TChat Show co-creator and host Meghan M. Biro as we learn about how steep the leadership cliff is and how we can avoid it with this week’s guest Mary Haskins, Vice President of Leadership Experience at SAP.
Thank you to our sponsors and partners: SAP/SuccessFactors, Dice, RIVS, GreatRated! of Great Place to Work, TalentWise, IBM Smarter Workforce, CareerBuilder, PeopleFluent, Fisher Vista and HRmarketer Insight.
Leading change starts with a compelling leadership vision for change.
Leaders at all levels need to inspire people to change in order to overcome significant challenges and achieve important goals.
Today's show will cover 7 keys for a strong vision for change!
Exploring the Next Level with FlexKom.
Join the fastest growing team in FlexKom as we share the events, ideas and actions that are helping our team members to advance quickly into higher levels of leadership and income.
Today's broadcast will feature Bill Resides and Mike Livingston as they interview our top leaders who will share their story of success in advancement to The Next Level!
Read more: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/allwired/2014/07/02/flexkom-next-level-team-leadership#ixzz36R5OO6u6
Join Real Talk with Kia on October, 28th @ 6 PM for our Women in Leadership Teleconference. This Teleconference is to educate, encourage, inspire, and empower Women in Leadership!
Our special Guests are Prophetess Latissua Vaughn of Impact Nation of Charlotte, and Pastor Gwen Lee of Divine Lee Ministries.
This is an event you don't want to miss out on!!
What does likability and leadership have in common? Are you likable? Are you a leader? Can being too likable become your ultimate leadership downfall? You will be surprised to know how likability and leadership work strategically in the best interest of one another. That is our focus on this edition of, “The Strategist Radio LIVE."
Today on What's Right About Men? - Part 2 of Doomed Communication - Are Men Really From Mars and Women from Venus?
"Misunderstanding is the treacherous rock upon which human relationships most commonly founder."
Truer words were never spoken. But what is it that is so different between the sexes that we seem doomed to have our signals crossed and our words misinterpreted? The possibility exists that there is something incredibly different, yet unique about the brains of men and women that make it difficult for us to communicate on the same wavelength.
Are male and female brains wired differently? And, if this is true, what can we do to bridge that gap – create a space where each is heard and set the stage for actual Communication?
Find out Wednesday on What’s Right About Men – as they take on the question of how biology affects our communication is ways many of us have not considered.
Callers are welcome, dial 1-347-205-9869
Faith is a system - bridging the frontiers calls for us to be informed about our ancestors and their obedience to The Almighty. Be brave. Be constant. Be consistent. Be informed.
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