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Corporate America is more or less known for distrust, employee mistreatment, and lack of ethics, to say the least. What if two men could create harmony between management and union workers as they generate profitability? Such was the case with the most unlikely duo, Bob Catell a luminary in the energy industry and Kenny Moore, a former Catholic Monk who tell their story of success in the best-selling book, The CEO and The Monk. It is the story of KeySpan, the nation's 5th largest energy giant and a profitable, Fortune 500 company and their simple belief in opting to "do the right thing." Before it was bought out by NationalGrid in February 2006, KeySpan received a 100% rating on the Corporate Equality Index released by the Human Rights Campaign starting in 2004, the third year of the report. The Human Rights Campaigns priorities include: prevention of hate crimes and HIV/AIDS; advocacy for healthcare benefits, marriage, and adoption rights for same-sex couples; lobbying for a federal Employment Non-Discrimination Act and gender identity anti-discrimination laws; combating gay bashing in schools; and building relationships with straight allies, ethnic groups, religious leaders, and youth. In this segment of The Clean Energy View Radio Show, host, June Stoyer talks to Robert Catell who was formerly the Chairman and CEO of KeySpan Corporation and KeySpan Energy Delivery, the former Brooklyn Union Gas. Following National Grid's acquisition of KeySpan Corporation, Mr. Catell became Chairman of National Grid, U.S. and Deputy Chairman of National Grid plc. He currently serves as Chairman of the Board of the Advanced Energy Research and Technology Center at Stony Brook University, NYS Smart Grid Consortium, Cristo Rey Brooklyn High School, Futures in Education Endowment Fund and the NY Energy Policy Institute's Advisory Council.
Can you lead effectively without a connection to the people in your company? How do you navigate a time of upheaval in your organization? Richard Lindenmuth believes it IS possible to gain trust and respect quickly – he’s done it time and time again. He calls it ‘strategic empathy’—being sincerely focused on the individual, but always with the big picture top of mind. Join us as he shares how his vast experiences as a successful Interim CEO hold lessons for anyone in a leading role.
Temecia Jackson is the CEO of Young Talented & Thriving, NYC's hottest new business and Brand Development Firm.
She holds a Business Degree with a focus on Leadership and Human Resources. Even during her college years, she was already preparing herself to be a leader, entrepreneur and all round woman of excellence.
She started several businesses as a student, some successful, others not so much, but all a part of the learning process.
CEO in 10 with Wolfgang Schaefer from Rethinking Prestige Branding with host Rick Tocquigny discussing luxury branding and value of mentoring. This show is presented by Gracefully-yours.com, America's favorite inspirational greeting cards.
All great companies begin with a great leader. Aroga Chairman and CEO Grove Bennett is certain a great leader and a passionate visionary! Grove's Avenue is a invitation for you to hear from Grove Bennett. The Story of Aroga is extremely powerful. Aroga is a publicly traded company with a storied history of excellence and vision. Aroga has been helping people all over the world and will be serving people in ways only dreamed off. Get engaged with Aroga and hear the story!
The Wise Women of Wealth with Dr. Minetta intervies Donna Hicks Izzard, Founder of the CEO Summit. The Summit will be held May 13-14 in Virginia Beach. The CEO Factory Summit is the incomparable event where we are creating business cultures, mindsets and practices! This clarifying and life-changing Summit is for aspiring, emerging and current CEOs and Workplace Leaders who are Ready to Strategize, Ready to Soar, Ready to Succeed and Ready to Serve!
WHO IS THIS THE CEO FACTORY FOR:
Aspiring and emerging entrepreneurs
Corporate leaders with the entrepreneur spirit
Work from home
Individuals who want to create another revenue stream
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
What Exactly Is My Why?
Mindset Mastery for Succe$$
Being a "Parallel-Preneur" [Work My Career and Build My Business]
Outsourcing to scale your dream higher
Cultivate Your Leadership Muscle
How To Create a Company & Get Started
Step Into My Business
Develop and Enhance Concept and Domain
How to Brand Your Brilliance and Business Identity
Elevate My STRATEGY!
Next Steps Training
What Do I Do When I Don't Have a Clue!
When I Don't Know What I Don't Know
Host: Dr. Minetta Hare, Founder Wise Women of Wealth Global Enterprises
Sponsorship and Advertising Opportunities Available
WWOW Global Tour 2016 ~ Calendar
Toronto ~ May 20-21, 2016
Jamaica ~ June 10 -11, 2016
Natasha is a love and relationship coach who guides women in to living their best lives. She is the Founder of Love CEO institute, where she reminds woment that they are gatekeepers to love and when we tap into that love power we can create the lives and relationships our hearts desire.
Natasha will be joining us to talk a little bit more about tapping into love's power so that we are not just employees of love...We can OWN it and become a Love CEO!
Tonya Allen, a serial “idea-preneur,” serves as the Foundation’s president & chief executive officer. Her two-decade long career has centered on pursuing, executing and investing in ideas that improve her hometown of Detroit and reduce the plight of underserved people, especially children.
Allen has been instrumental in many successful philanthropic, government and community initiatives and has a comprehensive understanding of philanthropic governance and strategy.
In her current role, Allen aligns the complexities of education reform, urban revitalization and public policy, so that these sometimes divergent areas of work come together to improve the well-being of Detroit’s children. She serves as the architect of the 10-year, $100 million Good Neighborhoods program. She orchestrated the development of a $200-million, citywide education reform organization called Excellent Schools Detroit, and a high-school improvement strategy has resulted in 15 new college-preparatory high schools.
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