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Join us today on Women Leading the Way Radio Show as Cecile Bereal, your host of Serving Up Diversity, interviews Laura Knoll, Advocate and Daughter of The Helen Knoll Foundation.
Did you know that every 30 minutes a woman under 40 is diagnosed with breast cancer? Thousands of women under 40 are caught off guard each year. Don’t wait -- it’s never too early to fight breast cancer.
Laura Knoll is the daughter of Helen Knoll, who died from breast cancer. Laura, her sister Christi, and their father, David have become advocates for educating young women 18 – 40 about the risks for breast cancer, prevention, and screenings that are available to those under 40.
Join us today on Women Leading the Way Radio Show as Cecile Bereal, your host of Serving Up Diversity, interviews Bryan Banville, President and Co-Founder of Institute for Mastering Success.
One topic that we hear about over and over again is the importance of work-life balance. A 2012 study from the Society for Human Resources Management concluded the importance of work-life balance for overall job satisfaction of employees is steadily increasing by approximately 46%. Employees rated having the flexibility to balance life and work was very important to their overall job satisfaction! But is it really?
Join us today on Women Leading the Way Radio as Cecile Bereal, your host of Serving Up Diversity, interviews Susan Doherty, Certified Ergonomic Assessment Specialist of Action Ergonomics.
Susan Doherty is a certified ergonomic professional with over 13 years of experience in the field. Her background includes health and wellness programs management, coaching, facilities management, budgeting and forecasting, all of which she uses to offer her clients a well-rounded approach to implementing or enhancing an OSHA compliant ergonomics program. Her ergonomic support is comprehensively expressed through training seminars, group assessments and one-on-one detailed evaluations.
Today's office is constantly evolving in response to emerging technology and employee and customer needs. Even the very definition of an office can be in the home, at a customer's site, in a café or at 36,000 feet in an airplane.
With all the changes and complexities to consider, managing the modern office workplace is indeed a challenge. At the center of the challenge is the need for organizations to maintain stimulating and healthy environments for their employees.
Join us today on Women Leading the Way Radio as Cecile Bereal, your host of Serving Up Diversity, interviews C.J. Westrick, Owner of HR Jungle.
Ms. C.J. Westrick, SPHR is a certified human resources professional who has been in human resources management for over 20 years. She started HR Jungle, her consulting firm, 7 years ago and specializes in working with small to mid-sized businesses who don’t need full-time HR staff but want senior-level expertise.
Wage and hour workplace issues have been prevalent for many years, and still plague employers and employees today. Who is exempt? Who is non-exempt? When is paying overtime a requirement? Large employers find ways to handle the issues. Small and mid-sized companies have no safe harbor as there is no "small employer exemption" to most state or federal wage and hour laws. Our guest today works primarily with small-mid sized businesses, and will share with us how wage and hour apply to them.
Join us today on Women Leading the Way Radio as Michelle Bergquist, CEO & Co-Founder of Connected Women of Influence interviews Cecile Bereal, President of RMAHR. about a disturbing trend happening across Corporate America with employee wages and salaries.
Join us today on Women Leading the Way Radio as Cecile Bereal, your host of Serving Up Diversity, interviews Rosana Ortega, President and Business Attorney of Ortega Business Law Firm, APC.
In today’s workplace, it seems more employees are coming forward requesting ADA accommodations, indicating they have a disability. There are times when employers are unsure on how to handle the requests; when to say ‘yes’ or ‘no; when to contact legal counsel for help. Our guest today will discuss today’s ADA and what employers must know in order to accommodate requests.
Welcome to our 1st Show of the Fall/Winter Season of Up Your Game Radio! Join us as we kick-off the season with our special guest Sylvia Plester-Silk, Author of Unleashing Team Potential – Lesson for Managers from My Canine Friends
Sylvia Plester-Silk an Executive Coach and Consultant at On Purpose Consulting works with organizations to instill clarity for results. She helps her clients shift from challenges to meaningful solutions through deeper understanding of overt and covert company dynamics. Her ability to create collaboration solutions for complex challenges keeps her in high demand.
With over 22 years of experience working in depth with individuals and groups, Sylvia has learned firsthand what motivates people and the importance of clear communication.
Clients describe Sylvia as insightful, able to draw deep insights from conversations, rapidly analyze and process the information and translate it into meaningful results such as improved performance, employee commitment and profitability.
She is a catalyst for significant improvements that lead to success. For more information on Sylvia Plester-Silk visit www.onpurposeconsulting.ca
At Cosmic Coaching Centre, we believe that in order to become a successful CEO of your life you must be strategic and a visionary about your life goals. Radio Hosts; Cecile Peterkin and Ana Paret believe you are the CEO of your life. Therefore, we inspire and motivate people to take full responsibility for all aspects of their lives, manage every detail, and succeed personally and professionally. Up Your Game Radio enables us to motivate you to be released from Small-Time Thinking and move into your BIG PICTURE! In other words….To Up Your Game!
She's one of Wall Street's few women owned and run executive search firms. She's a power broker of talent, competing with the biggest names in the industry for her access to the industry's movers and shakers of the next generation. Tune in this Friday's Power Lunch to hear our interview with Cecile Munoz, President & CEO of U.S. Executive Search Co. She's been quoted many times by leading wealth management publications such as Investment News and RIABiz. She's also Managing Partner & Founding Member of Sonora Investments LLC and sits on the board of Marlin Gold Mining Ltd. She's no stranger to the C-Suite or the entrepreneurial spirit that keeps her firm alive. She's a high impact, power executive and entrepreneur. Entrepreneurs and executives alike will take nuggets of inspiration from her interview. Tune in this Friday at 12pm EST for the Power Lunch with MonaLisa Como!
Join us today on Women Leading the Way Radio as Cecile Bereal, your host of Serving Up Diversity, interviews Dr. Billy Vaughn, DTUI Managing Partner/Chief Learning Officer.
It has been said that the workplace is a reflection of society at large, and there are behaviors that demonstrate a lack of respect, civility, and collegiality, inside and outside the workplace.
With diverse ethnicities, multi-generations, lower wage employees and no age limits as to how long an employee can continue to work, studies indicate that incivility, lack of respect and collegiality are serious problems that are getting worse.
Biography of: Bishop Matthew A. Jones, Sr.
Dr. Matthew A. Jones, Sr. was born the 7th child of Mrs. Cecile M. Wheatley and Mr. William E. Jones, Sr. in Springfield, Illinois. He has 12 brothers and sisters; Loretta (deceased), William, Jr (deceased), Michael, Allen, Kevin, Ken (adopted), Lisa, Anthony, Linda, James, Jr (deceased), Lesley, and Mason (adopted). His mother later remarried Mr. James T. Woodson who reared Dr. Jones and his brothers and sisters. He was a baptized member of Union Baptist Church in Springfield under the pastoral leadership of Dr. Rudolph Shoultz for his entire childhood. Dr. Shoultz was a mentor and friend of Dr. Jones until his death in 2000.
Dr. Jones is a 1980 graduate of Lanphier High School in Springfield, Illinois where he graduated with Honors. After graduation he continued his education at Wiley College in Marshall, Texas where he received a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1983, being number 2 in his class. He then attended Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary in Evanston, Illinois receiving a Master of Divinity degree in 1986. God directed him to further his studies and he attended Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary in Austin, Texas where he earned a Doctor of Ministry degree in 2000.
During his freshman year at Wiley College, Dr. Jones answered the call of God into the Gospel Ministry.
In the summer of 1999, Dr. Jones met his wife to be, Lisa R. Moshay. They were married June 10, 2000. They have 4 children: Erika Tenisha, Malindiene Elizabeth, Matthew Alfred, Jr., and Kendrick Earl, 1 grandson: Jasiah Dejuan, and 1 granddaughter: JaLeigh Brené. In April 2013 Bishop & First Lady Jones became foster parents to two sisters, Paige and Shelby.
Today's show spotlights host Dr. Cecile Forte and a special book that's close to her heart as a mother and mother-in-law. She thought it was high time to redefine the mother-in-law/daughter-in-law relationship through a unique approach of letters written from mothers-in-law to daughters-in-law instead of following the traditional self-help/family relationship books with rules and guidelines to bridge the gap. In Dear Daughter-in-Law: A Mother-In- Law's Promise, she appealed to mothers-in-law around the country to share their insights in a positive expressive way. The power of the participants’ words in the letters they’ve written bear witness to her theory of ultimate feminism.
Dear Daughter-In-Law: A Mother-In-Law’s Promise, a collection of letters written to prospective, current and long time daughters-in-law by their mother-in-laws as a way to celebrate the beauty and meaning of family between and because of women. More importantly the tone is one of hope, love and family unity.
Join us on Women Leading the Way Radio as we interview Kim Bobo, Executive Director of Interfaith Workers Justice. Kim Bobo created the Interfaith Workers Justice organization to help alleviate poverty as well as educate and protect low-wage workers, some of whom are immigrants and people of color working in jobs with very low pay. She brings all faiths together to support the weakest people in the US and believes more HR departments should join the cause.
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