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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.
As members of the Coffee Party media team, we here at the Middle Ground see a lot of posts, emails, show responses and tweets. The one thing that continually strikes us is that, no matter how hard any of us want civility, it seems like an increasingly difficult state to attain. Tonight we're having an OPEN CALL NIGHT on The Middle Ground. We want to hear about what YOU think it's going to take to reach true civility--not just from a handful of us, but from a majority. Presented by Coff
Keep it Civil, Stupid! The Civility CEO, Sue Jacques (pronounced JAKES) is on today's Piggy Bank Promotions radio show, talking about the importance of running a business that insists on civility...and how to set it up. Come listen on Blog Talk Radio--Wendy Meyeroff
The LWL Brain Trust has hit a philosophical wall. In our discussions about how to have a meaningful conversation about the root causes of the shenanigans in DC this week, we find ourselves appearing to violate the “civility and reason” agreements of the Coffee Party. Shan
CALL IN SHOW! Today we plan to Incite Civility and Reason - but you get to pick your topic. How about that House Farm Bill? Did you know soup kitchens caused the great recession - if you follow the logic that justified removing food stamps. And then there is Texas.... Do you have thoughts about the filibuster compromise in the Senate? I am hot FOR the Follow The Money Act sponsored by Senators Wyden (D-OR) and Murkowski (R-AK) Have the members of your congressiona
Before there was Modern Civility, Cynthia Lett hosted a radio show call "It's Apropos". Today's show features one of Cynthia's favorite episodes: Doing Business in Japan with Annie Shibata. Ms. Shibata discusses taboo subjects, apologies, building relationships, building trust, group attitude orientation, and saving face in Japan.
How does one go about creating rules to incite civility? That very weighty question is now before the Coffee Party Board of Directors, and we’d like your input on just how we can. Tonight is your chance to let us know what rules should be used to ehnance and perfect the Party's value. Historically, The Coffee Party was conceived on a very high level notion; that American did not need a political party or group whose modus operandi was to create policy positions, an
Press  for Democracy (P1FD) is a Coffee Party Radio show that discusses the political issues of the day in a civil, fact-based, and transpartisan manner. Transpartisan is quite different from bi- or non-partisan in the we encourage callers to be passionate about their positions, but also that they listen and respond to those with differing points of view repsectfully and with a true desire to find common ground on which solutions can be built.
Tonight on P1FD . . .
English Poet Charles Lamb said, “No one ever regarded the First of January with indifference“. 2013 saw Washington quagmired in dysfunction. If it was your call, what would your 2014 legislative and executive agenda look like? To be more specific, please state your top three objectives, in order of importance and tell us why they are as such.
Tonight on Press  for Democracy, we’ll take a deep dive into your priority lists and see if we can gain some consensus on what we, The People, want to see accomplished in Washington this year.
Today's singles are more often choosing the hook-up culture rather than typical dating. The result is showing that meaningful intimate relationships are harder to come by. There are fewer well-honed personal interaction skills and more heartache when relationships go badly. Cynthia Lett and John Holt (Networking for Singles Show, WXLM 980 AM) talk about societal influences and the difficulties that singles have when making choices that lead to shallow relationships ra
Cynthia Lett talks with Kim Foley, President of Brand in Focus, (www.brandinfocus.com) about what we can do to enhance our personal presentation (image) when meeting others and establishing relationships - both business and social. It isn't about how beautiful, or rich or well-dressed you are. It IS about how you present who you are visually because judgements are made quickly. In this discussion you will learn the answers to the following questions: What's happening in
With an onslaught of violence and tragedy weighing heavy on our hearts, we come together showcasing that power lies in community kindness and compassion.Please join us in discussing this very tender topic. Host: Ana Lewis and member panelists: Dawn Rivers, Elin Waldal and Jessica Pieklo.
BACKROOM POLITICS is a weekly political roundtable of former politicos and Washington insiders who believe that political statesmanship and civility trumps the strict party line.
Guests on the show include some of the country's top political leaders and thinkers.
For the REAL INSIDE THE BELTWAY take on politics as they affect you....listen every week to BACKROOM POLITICS!
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