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We are in the age of complexity. The organizational life-span is shrinking, the pace of innovation is the highest it's ever been and it continues to accelerate. For organizations to remain relevant in today's world, they need more effective and adaptable processes for managing change.
Jason Little, author of Lean Change Management, joins the show this month to discuss the collection of innovative practices for managing organizational change. He combines ideas from many communities, including the Lean Startup, Agile and Lean worlds, to create an adaptable and scalable model for managing the complexity of change in today's world.
Paul McFadden is Chief Operations Officer and Co-Founder of Zero Point Leadership™, a science-based leadership development and coaching firm with foundations in neuroscience, intelligent stress management and social intelligence. He co-developed the neuroLeader System™ and is Co-Founder of neuroLeader University™, a virtual brain-based leadership development academy. He is also Adjunct Faculty with OPM's Center for Leadership Development (OPM-CLD), the Federal Executive Institute (FEI) and the Eastern Management Development Center (EMDC) where he teaches mid – executive level government leaders the Neuroscience of Leadership and the Science of Resilience.
A seasoned executive leader, executive coach, facilitator and trusted advisor, Paul has been exemplifying leadership excellence for over (20) years in the Private, Public and Volunteer sectors. He is recognized in the leadership development community for his innate ability to help leaders, teams and organizations solve their most challenging problems through the integration of strategies and techniques grounded in science-based research from the fields of social cognitive & affective neuroscience, stress resilience, and social intelligence with cutting-edge coaching, leadership development and change management capacities and best practices.
Paul earned his BS degree at the US Merchant Marine Academy in Kings Point, NY, one of the (5) US Federal Service Academies & was honorably discharged from the US Navy Reserve/Merchant Marine Reserve in 1992. He earned his Result Professional Coach Certification (RPCC) from the NeuroLeadership Group, his Professional Certified Coach (PCC) credentials from the International Coach Federation (ICF) & is a HeartMath® Certified Trainer through the Institute of HeartMath®. Paul also holds active PMP® and ITIL® Expert certifications as well as has been trained in Black Belt Six Sigma Methodologies.
Today is Monday, January 26, 2015. You are listening to our radio broadcast, "COME TOGETHER FOR CHANGE" sponsored by 'Men In Search of Change' and HWG Outreach Center For Change, International'. God truly has an amazing blessing for you today.
We are streaming live on the internet every Monday afternoon from 3:30 PM to 4:00 PM (PST) by logging into: www.blogtalkradio.com/cometogetherforchange. Or you may listen in by simply dialing (646) 200-0578 via your telephone.
Our topic of discussion for today is "AVOIDING CONFLICT" And our main scripture may be found in the book of: ROMANS 12:18. So, prepare to receive your Spiritual food of the day.
You must have a new prospective in life to believe bigger and to go beyond your barriers in order to reach your higher potentials. When you take time each day to declare God's promises over your health, your family, and your finances; you are speaking VICTORY INTO YOUR FUTURE. For more spiritual guidance, feel free to log into our website: meninsearchofchange.com. And if you are in need of prayer for any reason, call Chaplain Elder Hudson Griffith @ (702) 454-5717.
SHOUT OUT TO ALL MEN: You are welcome to join our Coast to Coast Men's Prayer Conference Call every Friday evening @ 7:30 PM (PST) by calling (605) 562-3000, PIN# 323 034#. Know that God has a special blessing waiting for you.
Thank you for listening to our Radio Broadcast. Do call, text or tweet a neighbor, an associate or a family member and ask them to join us on blogtalk radio next Monday@3:30 PM, as we broadcast our radio program 'COME TOGETHER FOR CHANGE" LIVE from the Blessed City of Las Vegas, NV on the internet. Have an amazing and very blessed week.
Rod Colon Motivational Speaker, Master Networker, Career Strategist, Radio Show Host, Corporate Trainer and Author
Rod has created a secret solution to the bleak job market career search…except that it’s not a secret. His take-no-excuses, Wall Street-bred strategy is proactive and action oriented, challenging job seekers to manage their lives and job search like a CEO.
As an adjunct professor, he also spearheaded the first college course on networking taught in the United States, as part of Georgian Court University’s business management program.
Rod advocates an unusual, yet common sense approach to career management by aggressively challenging professionals to be relentless in managing their careers as a business — the CEO of ME, Inc. With his winning job search strategies, Rod has helped many people land jobs in the last 12 months alone.
Rod Colon can be reached at 732-367-5580 mailto::firstname.lastname@example.org www.RodColon.com
Join Ronald and guest Rod Colon on Thursday January 29 at 7:00 PM to share his recipe for success in making good decisions to manage your career effectively.
Change is constant and it happens on daily basis. Resisting change takes a lot of energy and effort than it does to embrace it. Change creates a learning and growing opportunity. Change comes with excitement that forces us to move into new horizons. We need God’s help to navigate whatever challenges may come on our way and we need a godly attitude to handle them. Irene Thuku and Pastor Carol Macharia will empower us on embracing opportunities that change brings. Listen live at 619-393-2852 or listen live/archived at:
Thanks. Beatrice Ndura – Host
This week we look to overcome technical issues and have as our guest Tenaya Hurst of Linino.org and Rogue Making.
Tenaya Hurst is a Maker. With a degree from Indiana University in theatre, geology, and anthropology, she is self taught in microcontroller programming. March 16th 2013 she found out what an Arduino is and now she works for them, promoting the new Linino hardware allowing you to use any programming language to control the hardware, wirelessly. Tenaya enjoys teaching kids how to program, solder, and sew with electronics. Her goal is to inspire kids everywhere to try electrical engineering. Learn more in the Intel MakeHer report, Make:43 in a tell-all article by Dale Dougherty, and www.RogueMaking.com.
Join us for a show that will look at what it takes to be a woman "making it" in the maker community, how the special energy of the maker community has had an impact on her management ideas, and why the DIY spirit of "makers" might just be critical for the future success of your IT projects.
Interop 2015 will take place from April 27th through May 1st at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas, NV. More information and registration details are available online!
Do you feel like your day is passing you by? You don't know where the time went? Do you feel like you can’t catch up ? Do you feel there are so many interruptions in your day that you can’t get everything done? Well, then welcome to the club. Time management can be difficult but it can be done. It’s just knowing how.
There was a time when time management was a huge challenge for me. That was until I decided it was time to get my time back. Let me tell you it will hard at first but you must do it. People will try to suck up your time if you let them. They have all the time in the world to do nothing. They don’t have your goals and vision’s you do.
I know you are probably saying how do I do that ? How do I do manage my time effectively. How do I tell people I need my time? Well, it is easy. You need to tell you family, friends or even team members that you are available after a certain time and that in order to get done what you need to do you must limit the time spent on things that are not income producing.
Explain to them what you are trying to accomplish . Explain how much this means to you.If they are supportive of you they will understand. If not that is too bad because you need to stay focused in order to get the job done.
Working at home can be a pleasure if you manage your time correctly.Make sure you know what you want. Be clear and consise.
Diana Kerekes -The Take Action Life Coach will go over tips to get you on the right side of time management. One program I use is Simpleology Making things happen is the first step.
You'll get the answer to the question, "Is it wise to change careers at the height of your success?" with the pioneer in the self-help movement, Debra Poneman. Debra founded Yes to Success Seminars in the 1980’s to share knowledge and tools to help people live lives of true success, abundance and happiness.
Without the help of the Internet, in just a few short years her programs were being taught in cities across the US, seven countries internationally and at numerous Fortune 500 companies.
Although over 30 years ago, Debra’s premise that success is created by the power of the mind was considered radical, her students went on to become mega-successful entrepreneurs, NY Times bestselling authors, millionaires, billionaires, and even household names…while others gave up 6 figure incomes, when they connected with the deepest truths inside their hearts.
Now a bestselling author, award-winning speaker, and co-founder of Your Year of Miracles mentoring program, Debra continues to revolutionize the way people create success as she develops new, cutting edge knowledge so that you can not only live a life you truly love but one that is, in fact, miraculous.
Jonathan Weinstein, President of Line of Sight, is a business process and project management consultant in Baltimore, MD. He is also a co-author of Achieving Project Management Success in the Federal Government. Our interview will focus on the relationship between project management and organizational change management and will address such questions as what models and tools can help project managers with change management (such as "ADKAR"), as well as support organizations and resources (one being acmp.info) that can help practitioners in this area. Any listeners wishing to join in on Q&A toward the end of the half hour program should contact me via Twitter @glvaughan regarding how to participate.