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Culture Without Accountability – WTF? What’s The Fix? has been named a Winner in the 2014 Small Business Book Awards in the category of Management.
Don't let the title fool you. "Culture Without Accountability - WTF - What's the Fix" is a serious book about being who you say that you are being and doing what you said that you would do. Integrity seems to be in short supply these days and this book has a lot of tips to get you moving in the right direction.
This book has a step-by-step process that will keep you on the road of accountability and is full of real life stories of what accountability looks like, and what can go wrong in its absence.
Join special guests Julie Miller and Brian Bedford on July 7, 2014 at 11:30 am CST
What the heck is QBQ! and what does it do? Tune into this podcast to discover how to practice personal accountability by asking the often ignored QBQ!: Question Behind the Question. Accountability, ownership and latent leadership skills are put into action when we ask better questions such as, "How can I adapt to the changing world?" "What can I do to contribute?" When we think like this, we use our talent, skills and time to solve problems, enhance relationships, and accomplish team and personal objectives.
About Kristin Lindeen
Kristin Lindeen is the daughter of author John Miller who wrote, QBQ! The Question Behind the Question. So growing up, Kristin was steeped in the QBQ! message of personal accountability. With this background, she is uniquely equipped to share it with others. Her clients include corporations, associations, schools, churches, and nonprofits.
Kristin holds an M.A. in Curriculum, Instruction and Corporate Education from Colorado Christian University, and enjoys delivering practical content to groups with a style that is energetic and fun. She is also certified to administer and facilitate the Myers-Briggs Personality Type Indicator and enjoys doing this with individuals and teams.
What is your accountability in your problems? Tonight on Talking2Terri & The prophet Hour we visit the topic of accountability and how that can be the reason God is not moving in your prayers. Call tonight 10 pm central time 646 595 3069 and listen to the men and women of God speak about your accountability in your problems. Prophet Simeon Coates will be here to pray for and with you and also give you a powerful word from God. Come join us and watch the move of God.
Tune in LIVE Tuesday, August 5th for some Accountability chit-chat. Get in the "know-how" and figure out the "what-nots" with some different accountability systems in the fire service. Let us help you relate to what your dept. is doing. Also being discussed, is the integration towards technologically advanced locating systems that include advancements made by Scott, MSA, and ISI.
Feel free to let us know how we're doing, and offer input to the topic! Help us make it feel like a firehouse, as we encourage our round table discussion and talk it out like Brothers/Sisters do!
"Early" Retired Battallion Chief - City of Cape Coral, Florida - 13 Years of Service
Firefighter/Paramedic - Fairfax County, Virginia - Engine 440 - 3 Years of Service
Call In: 347-850-8800
NOTE: SUAT does not intend to belittle, judge, or criticize any department's tactics, procedures, or guidelines. We're not here to bang on each other, just to learn and make ourselves better firefighters.
Guest: Katherine Hine is an advocate for the rights of psychiatric patients and is currently involved in the forced drugging/involuntary confinement case of John Rohrer pending in the Ohio Supreme Court: [www.supremecourt.ohio.gov/Clerk/ecms/resultsbycasenumber.asp?type=3&year=2014&number=0268&myPage=searchbycasenumber.asp+]
She is an inactive attorney who does not practice law. From 1977 until 2009 she practiced law in Ohio and Oklahoma representing battered women, parents of children abused by the other parent in custody cases, foster parents, citizens charged with petty crime, citizen groups seeking to bring accountability to local government, and others. She had a solo practice representing clients in criminal, juvenile, municipal, trial, and appellate courts. She maintains a particular interest in federal and state constitutional law and how those principles, can be used to combat the growing loss of freedoms Americans are suffering today. She has been involved with the Ross County Network for Children, as a board member since 1996, and as its Executive Director since 2005. [http://networkforchildren.wordpress.com/be-a-volunteer/]
In 1999, Hine authored the article: Retaliation Against ProfesionalsWho Report Child Abuse, a chapter in the anthology titled “Expose: the Failure of Family Courts to Protect Children from Abuse in Custody Disputes”. In 1994 she was a candidate for district court judge in a five county race in the 15th Judicial District of Oklahoma. The same year she organized the Oklahoma organization, Stop Child Abuse Now. Her law degree is from the University of Toledo in 1976, and she has studied and taught in the law school of Victoria University in Wellington, New Zealand.
Aubrey Ellen Shomo:
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PERSONAL ACCOUNTABILITY: Why is it so difficult for many people to OWN the Consequences of their Own Choices?
Ladies Edition: Mainstream Mondays
Representing empowerment to all that are listening; Offering & accepting ideals that are inspirational, business oriented, talents, creativity & anything that can contribute to living an ultimate life. Straight, no holds barred, real talk.
The panel discusses daily interactions, tasks, relationships, etc. Trying to touch each and every heart, mind, and soul that allows it. To give as well as receive.
Spitta... The Poet
Mahogany.... The Mental Thinker
AfroQween..... The Circumference of ALL
Lovie2000 ........ Jill of all Trades
We let loose and have fun too! \__________________/ - - - - - - - - - - - o Draggin' the Casket
Jack Daly is an expert in sales and sales management inspiring audiences to take action in customer loyalty and personal motivation.
Jack brings 20 plus years of field proven experience from a starting base with the CPA firm Arthur Andersen to the CEO level of several national companies. Jack has participated at the senior executive level on six de novo businesses, two of which he has subsequently sold to the Wall Street firms of Solomon Brothers and First Boston. As the head of sales, Jack has led sales forces numbering in the thousands, operating out of hundreds of offices nationwide.
Amongst a career of highlights, here are a couple of noteworthy examples:
In 1985, Jack relocated to California from the east coast and started a mortgage company with 3 colleagues. As CEO, Jack lead the company through robust growth in its initial 18 months to 750 employees, 22 offices nationwide, producing $350 million per month in mortgages, and it’s first 3 years the company reported profits of $42 million.
In 1998, working as a senior partner in a 5 year-old privately held Enterprise, Jack helped the company to be recognized as Entrepreneur of the Year by Ernst & Young and ranked #10 on the Inc. 500 list of the fastest growing firms nationwide.
Personal Highlights include:
Jack has been married 43 years to his high school sweetheart.
In 2007, Jack completed his first Ironman in the United Kingdom.
Jack has now completed twelve Ironmans in eight countries, on five continents, and made team USA in 2012.
Jack has played golf at over 80 of the Top 100 golf courses in the USA.
To date Jack has completed 57 marathons over 30 states in the USA.
Jack has bungee jumped the world’s first and world’s largest bungee jumps, and shark dived in South Africa.
Creating your plan and all that goes with it is really the easy part. So often, plans get created and then put in place without accountability being part of picture. It’s not a smart move to be the only one holding you accountable, especially if what you’re up to is something that has you stepping into a zone that you haven’t been in before. Being accountable means that you alone are liable and answerable for what happens, and for what doesn’t happen. For what you do and for what you don’t do. Without it, getting your desired end results becomes more difficult.
Have you created your plan and started moving forward and see that you are the only one left to hold yourself responsible? How far are you stretching yourself and what happens when you don't pull your weight? Are you ready to take responsibility and to stand in the space of complete ownership? Join me for this broadcast and let's talk about that!
Stephen P. Tryon “holds a B.S. from West Point and an M.A. in philosophy from Stanford University. He served as a soldier in the United States army for 21 years. At the end of his army career, he served as a legislative fellow for Senator Max Cleland, as well as a legislative assistant to the senior general at army headquarters in the Pentagon.
More recently, Tryon has worked as a Senior VP of Human Resources and International Business at Overstock.com. He has spent four years managing logistics and five years managing human resources and international business. Stephen P. Tryon is the author of Accountability Citizenship.
According to the book description of Accountability Citizenship, it “explains how we can restore accountability in government by accepting our personal accountability for some simple tasks we must do as individual citizens living in the age of information. The book is non-partisan. Readers are asked only to agree on the very basics—that the government of the United States is supposed to represent the people of the United States.
The author makes a compelling case that changes in our information distribution technologies and business models discourage effective political participation by citizens. In the early days of our republic, information distribution was based on newspapers—subscription-based and geographically aligned with the representative structure of Congress. Over the past forty years, deregulation of television and radio along with the information technology revolution have disrupted this alignment. But we can restore accountability through the three steps of accountability citizenship: being appropriately positive, appropriately informed and appropriately engaged.”
Join Pastor Monica as she teaches on ACCOUNTABILITY. Each of you are accountable to someone and depending on how well you serve will determine your growth and positioning. Accountability is a protection mechanism that keeps an individual from being high minded. Tune in with Pastor Monica Thursday, July 17 2014 at 7:00pm CST and take a listen. You will truly be blessed
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