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  • 01:11

    How to Effectively Negotiate the Contemporary Workplace

    in Jobs

    How to Effectively Negotiate the Contemporary Workplace

    Guest: Ricardo Granderson

    In this episode of Own Your Career host Rod Colon will answer your career management and job search questions plus ...

    9:00 PM:      How to Effectively Negotiate the Contemporary Workplace

    Guest Ricardo Granderson will cover these and many other questions to best manage your career …

    What is the reason why most people do not get raises?

    Many people are under the impression that, as long as they show up on time and don't cause any issues, the Constitution or local laws assures them the right to their job.  Is this accurate?

    Based on your experience, do most employees read their employee handbooks?

    Should you have a picture on your LinkedIn profile? 

    Does the best candidate always get the job?

    9:45 PM:       Live Coaching … taking your questions and comments 347-857-3320

    10:00 PM:      Personal Branding Segment with Chip Hartman

  • 01:59

    Homeland Security - The History and the Birth of Contemporary Homeland Security

    in Training

    Brought to you by The American Public Safety Training Institute (TAPSTI) www.tapsti.org, this 2 hour session will review the work of Mark Sauter and James Carafano and their excellent textbook entitled “Homeland Security” (2012, 2nd ed.).  This seminar includes a historical review of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) from its early colonial legacy, to the Cold War, and then into its transition into its current form as the result of 9/11. Contemporary homeland security includes a huge array of challenges as our society becomes more technologically oriented and, as a result, more susceptible to targeting. We are dependent on stability in a very unstable world and, for the first real time, a very small group of people can wreak tremendous havoc. This seminar focuses on the change from national security being one that assumed the "homeland" was safe from its own people and the dangers were from outside our own borders to the present day where there can be no assumptions made where the next attack will come from. 

  • 00:46

    The Use of Psychoanalysis in Mediation (continued)

    in Psychology

    Please join us for continued exploration into the value of understandings subjectivity, psychoanalysis, and mediation.

  • 02:20

    Nu Ankh Radio Cultural Forum

    in Spirituality

    Join Goddess Trey Brother Haru and Brother Kedar as we discuss our-tory, spirituality, and the esoteric knowledge of the ancestors. We hope you can join us in this gathering of minds. May we rekindle the greatness of our ancestors in everything we do.

  • 01:13

    Humorous Contemporary Romance author Elise Sax LIVE on Authors on the Air

    in Books

    Authors on the Air host Pam Stack welcomes Elise Sax, one of the funniest authors in contemporary romance today! Here's what she says about her life.  "I worked as a journalist, mostly in Paris, France for many years, but I always wanted to write fiction. Finally, I decided to go for my dream and write a novel. I was thrilled when An Affair to Dismember, the first in the Matchmaker Series, was sold at auction to Ballantine. Story ideas come to me day and night, and I'm inspired by my imagination and the news, especially weird news. I'm a plotter. I map out chapters, but sometimes characters have a mind of their own. That happened in book two of the Matchmaker Series, where it ended in a surprise. (Oh, have I divulged too much?)   To read more,go to her website at http://elisesax.com

    THIS IS A LIVE BROADCAST - join us by calling 347-633-9609.  This LINK is LIVE at 9pm ET.  / 6pm PT.  http://www.blogtalkradio.com/authorsontheair/2015/11/10/humorous-contemporary-romance-author-elise-sax-live-on-authors-on-the-air

    This is a trademarked copyrighted podcast solely owned by the Authors on the Air Global Radio Network LLC.  Find us in social media everywhere.  Send a Tweet to @authorsontheair or @PamStackHost

  • 02:56

    WKPJB Radio presents a discussion on Cultural Appropriation

    in Poetry

    Cultural appropriation is a sociological concept which views the adoption or use of elements of one culture by members of a different culture as a largely negative phenomenon. What is it about and how can we avoid it. I think it is time we discuss this at length. If you’re Katy Perry, for example, you believe it’s A-OK to don corn rows and gel down your baby hair, put on some long fingernails and so-called sassy mannerisms with a “blaccent” and slang to portray how you believe certain black women behave and speak. But when you do it, as a white artist, you perpetuate a long legacy of white cultural theft—in addition to bypassing all the racist and misogynist insults those black women must contend with on a daily basis. That includes being called “ghetto” by white (and other) people, typecast as a welfare queen or otherwise told that your natural hairstyles and expressions are inferior and unwelcome. These are symptomatic of slavery and segregation in America and, yes, this really still happens every day. And it’s cultural appropriation.

    As writer Tamara Winfrey Harris expertly notes over at Racialicious, it’s the oppression that causes the intense offense that many people—mainly white people—seek to explain away rather than critically question.

  • 01:34

    Exorcisms and Demonic Possession - Church and cultural views/History of Exorcism

    in Paranormal

    Demonologist Jerry Williams covers Exorcisms and Deliverance and expelling Demons. What was the history? Where did it come from? and What are the views of cultures and Church Doctrines on this subject.



    Demonology school- Start now by Email me at jerrywilliamslive@gmail.com become a certified Demonologist

  • 01:32

    Johnathan L. Buffalo of the Meskwaki Cultural Center & Museum

    in Religion

    Johnathan of the Meskwaki Cultural Center & Museum.  He runs the historic preservation department for the Sac & Fox tribe of the Mississippi.

    The Meskwaki are not well known in popular culture, but they have been well documented in academic circles.  This tribe, almost single-handedly brought down "New France".  They rejected attempts towards being Christianized (including an attempt by Dr Charles Eastman to convert them in 1897) and going to boarding schools.  They rejected the "no dancing letter" of 2-24-1923 which attempted to suspend Pow Wows, by hosting a big Pow Wow event that attracted 3000 Iowans a day.  Very amazing history!  Ask Johnathan to talk about this.  Thanks!

  • 01:06

    Doing Business in Greater China: Tips for Bridging the Cultural Divide

    in Business

    Western companies wanting to do business in Greater China are in for a culture shock; yet, the prospect of accessing one of the world's largest markets is both intriguing and alluring.

    Discover how to successfully navigate this terrain when we welcome Nicholas V. Chen, founding partner of the Pamir Law Group, who has successfully completed hundreds of foreign investment transactions into China as well as assisted the Chinese government, private and state-owned enterprises in completing outbound investments and transactions.

    Nic understands both East and West cultures and business styles. He's U.S. born and raised; yet, he's has been traveling to China since 1973. With an undergraduate degree from Yale and a law degree from New York University, he is eminently qualified to bridge between China and the rest of the world and provides powerful tips for how you too can successfully navigate doing business in Greater China.

    Discover how to get started, how to deal with intellectual property issues, how to deflect requests for bribes, and much more.

    This episode is proudly sponsored by the Legal Leverage® Academy.

  • 00:46

    Using Psychoanalysis to Overcome Impasse in Cooperative Conflict Resolution Work

    in Psychology

    Join us for continued exploration of the use of psychoanalysis in mediation and negotiation work.

  • 01:01

    Magical Experiments: Racism and Cultural Appropriation in the Pagan Community

    in Spirituality

    In this episode of Magical Experiments, Taylor Ellwood is joined by Crystal Blanton to discuss racism and cultural appropriation in the Pagan community. We'll define what racism and cultural appropriation is and explore how it shows up in the Pagan community and discuss what Pagans can do to be more aware of these issues as well as how what Pagans can be allies to Pagans of Color