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Now it is time to get serious about the USAC Amsoil Eastern Storm. It happens next week here in PA and NJ. and we got the driver that is leading the points. Mr. Robert Ballou (The Madman) will be with us and yes you can expect the unexpected with The Madman.
Next up we have a driver that is an auto racing legend. He has won the 1997 USAC Silver Crown Championship, 1999 USAC National Sprint Car Championship, and was the 2001 and 2002 USAC National Midget Champion, making him one of only five drivers to claim all three USAC National Championships. Mr. Dave Darland (The Peoples Champ) will be with us to run down what he expects from the Eastern Storm and his search for his 100th USAC feature win.
On May 27, my guest will be Christopher Kogler he founder and CEO of NarrativeIQ. Chris mentors some of the world’s top business leaders helping them discover & tell strategic business stories that inspire their employees and customers to action. Leaders’ strategies don’t just spring to life, they stick.
Early in his career Chris worked in television as the Creative Director for New York City’s world class cultural institution, Thirteen/WNET. During his 16 award-winning years at WNET, he developed his love of stories and his storytelling skills garnered 5 Emmy Awards and numerous international kudos. Clients included GE, GM, ABC and HBO.
In 2006, he founded STI Consulting. His goal was to build on his TV storytelling experience and work with companies changing the world. In 8 years, he has spearheaded change management initiatives, helped create a web design agency, led a state recognized business incubator & counseled clean tech entrepreneurs in such diverse areas as smart grid technology, food waste recycling & tidal energy. He enjoys helping companies succeed by teaching them how to discover and narrate their unique value proposition.
Today, he’s building upon this work and his love of storytelling by partnering with the international consulting firm, Anecdote, and incorporating their outstanding 6 month programs, Storytelling for Leaders and Storytelling for Sales, into his consulting practice. These programs help leaders in large and small organizations develop their story skills so they can effectively inspire and engage their troops to take action. In the process, their personal business stories humanize the corporation.
Conflict is a part of everyday life. And believe it or not, conflict--healthy conflict--is vital to growth and progress in your business. How do you handle conflict? And more importantly, do you seek it out...or avoid it altogether?
Join JT for a lively episode of The High Altitude Mentorship Show and learn how to identify your "conflict triggers", how to work with and through conflict, and how to leverage conflict to get better results in your business and life.
Fly High. Fly Fast. Fly Far.
Trademarks help keep your brand ID safe, with the idea that no one else in the market can come in and use your brand or trademark for a similar thing. In this show, Bill and Rick discuss how you define and apply a trademark to your business that ultimately identifies the source of your product or service and distinguishes it from your competitors.
Silicon Valley's top small business coach and radio host of AM 1220 KDOW, AM 1100 KFAX Margaret Jackson addresses the myths and realities of coaching. What is the difference between a mentor and a coach? Do you believe in coaches? Is coaching a waste of your time? What are today's titans saying about coaching and mentorship? What is my responsibility?
Coaches and Mentors are leaders, influencers, aggitators, game changers that press and guide you toward your professional, and personal next level success. Coaches can see the game from the side-line and assist you in making course corrections.
May 27, 2015 1:00 pm, BUSINESS TALK features Sam McKibbon, Manager of the News Department on WNXT RADIO in Portsmouth, Ohio. He discusses the importance for students to receive a media communications education and how it will help students with future jobs.
Legal Eagle and the Coach Radio with Bryna Kiser and David Altenbern with special guest Brad Raney & Brian Turner:
Brad Raney - Over 25 years of real world experience in companies large and small, with various levels of management and leadership responsibilities. My primary focus has been on creating and growing high performance teams in a variety of industries. My "VOWELS" concept was born in a work environment and began the journey to launching a website, writing two books, conducting workshops, seminars and keynote speeches across the country for the last 5 years. Personal Performance Partnership - it developed over time from years of coaching, training, recruiting, and igniting the success of others. My business is founded on the three spiritual gifts I discovered I had several years ago: writing, speaking and empowering those around me to be the best they can! The company does corporate and convention speaking, sales and management training and provides job seeker services.
Brian Turner is a former businessman who for more than 20 years was the CEO and president of several companies that provided services for the life insurance industry. He’s been involved in numerous lawsuits both as a plaintiff and as a defendant. He explains how a $20,000 nonbinding arbitration award against him and his company unexpectedly and shockingly exploded into a $2 million judgment! He studied and researched the law extensively for the past 20 years. His conclusion is that everybody living in the United States today is highly vulnerable to a lawsuit that could easily wipe them out because of unpredictable jury verdicts and corruption in our legal system. His recommendation is that everyone must take proactive steps to protect themselves against lawsuits and to protect all of their assets.
After a serious cybersecurity incident, everyone will be looking to you for answers -- but you’ll never have complete information and you’ll never have enough time. So in those heated moments, when a business is on the brink of collapse, how will you and the rest of the board room executives respond?
Wouldn’t it be nice to know ahead of time? That’s the purpose of incident response war gaming. In such an exercise, an organization’s key leaders must guide their business through the rocky days following a major security breach, with all the media pitfalls, law suits, sales hits, morale slumps, stock dives and other threats that may come with it.
On the next episode of Dark Reading Radio, learn how war gaming works and hear some major lessons learned from these exercises. Our guest will be Emily Mossburg, who leads the war gaming efforts for Deloitte Cyber Risk Services. Join us at Wednesday, May 27 at 1:00 p.m. Eastern Time.
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