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Everyone here knows what a Butters Is. That is somewhat of an unspoken requirement for grid down listeners, is to know the meaning of butters. But does anyone here know what a Fudd is? Join me and my fellow Grid Downers as we discuss the meaning of what a Fudd is and the dire impact, they can have on not only the rights, but also the lives of Your friends, Your family, and yourself.
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Our own E Harmony, (where the E stands for Education)...two terrific educators, the educational 'same nicknamed' tag team of Chris & Kristen Bronke, Chris being the English department Chair of Downers Grove North HS in IL and Kris being the Student Services Interventionist and IT Coach over at Hinsdale Central HS. Must be fun on football weekends.
Today we are doing something different. Leadership I extremely important charatersitic of winning companies, Assemble leadership tips from the real world from successful leaders.
The leaders are: Chris Cole, who said Listen, seek 1st to be understood. Tenacity, and surround yourself with great people.Seek the best people you can find.
Then, Mehent Yuksek: For the good of the company and the good of the people, make it their idea. How to is the decision, strong sense of purpose.
Sue McPartin said "Team meeting", setup Up Front Contract with your team. Gets the team to know you. Never lose touch with your team and say thank you.
Lance Atkins said: Think like an owner, get them passionate abput what they are doing here
Jeff Best said: Enjoy the ride, make it fun.
Pat Longo said: Be genuine, be connected, follow up. Bring Passion to the job, Attention to detail.
Tim Schigel talked about: The 5 Whys.
Tricia Reynolds said: Listen to your intuition. Trust your gut.
Jeff Shepard said: Hire people who are smarter than me. Have respect for your people.
Chuck Lohre said: Be upbeat, no Debbie downers.
Bert Huber said: Leaders are authentic. Set realistic expectations, consistent, fair, smart
Joe O’Gorman said: Treat people like their job is most important, their experience is most important.
Oscar Jarniciki said: Listen to my people and customers and walk around.
Ryan Rybolt said: Be a Servant leader – be out there with your people
Chip Shiver said: Surround yourself with great people. Have a mission statement and live it. Building lifetime relationships by exceeding expectations.
Peter Gudmundsson said: Accomplish your mission and take care of your people.
The show streams live on Friday September 26th at 4 PM. Listen to this link: http://tobtr.com/s/6841031
Jory talks about the definition of substance abuse and self medication in this hour long make up episode. Since the two topics are somewhat similar, Jory will divide the show into two parts. Phonecalls will follow.
Do you have some furniture that you’re not using? Marie Lazzara might have the answer as she will interview a representative from Sharing Connections in Downers Grove. Sharing Connections provides furniture and household items to low-income families helping them transform a bare apartment or house into a home. Most of our families are coping with crisis like domestic violence, job loss, or financial hardship.
To ask questions or give comments, call (323) 580-5755.
For information, visit Sharing Connections at www.sharingconnections.org.
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Literary Diva Presents: Life Isn't A Dress Rehearsal! Debbie Downers And Nagging Nancys:Who Are You?
Join us as we continue our series "Life Isn't A Dress Rehearsal." We have all heard them and witnessed what a "debbie downer and a nagging nancy" can do to a relationship, friendship, and on the job. On this episode we will discuss these types of people and why they tend to be this way. Also why people with this type of behavoir choose to bring their downing and nagging attitudes into relationships. Here are some questions you can ponder; Do you have any of these people in your life? What do you tell someone who is acting in this fashion? Have you found yourself being this way? If so why and what did you do to change it? These are questions to think about it, as you continue with your lives, friendships and relationships. It's important to be aware of your actions as well as other's around you. Tune in as we break down "debbie downers and nagging nancys." Stay tuned and keep it locked.
Sniff Sniff: This Job Calls for a Nose! Michelle Huntting will be interviewing Barb Ruehl with Doggie Depot in Downers Grove, Illinois.
Barb is a certified nose work instructor. She teaches Nose work at three different facilities. She has trialed her own dog and supported her own students who have trialed their dogs at the NACSW nose work trials. She has volunteered at those trials and also at the Odor Recognition Tests.
Barb teaches the NACSW method of Nose Word and she shows her dog in the K9 Nose work & C-WAGS Scent Detection. www.noseworkdogs.com
Sponsored by: Kenyon Canine Institute
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Join us for our fun, open and every so lively series; "Diva's Nation."
On this episode, we will be discussing "debbie downers and nagging nancys."
Diva's House has tackled this topic before on another series. However this time we'll really give you the low down dirty on how this truly affects your life and the people around you.
Remember; anyone can have a great life. but if you are constantly downing and nagging the people around you, then life for you will suck.
It's time for a "check that moment."
Stay tuned and keep it locked.
Join us at 6:30pm EST for M-TAS Radio Show as we talk about celebrities, role models and star power with three rising high school students, Jimmie Taylor III from Urban Prep High School, Quintin Bohannon from Thornwood High and Jhermani Green from Downers Grove South. www.m-tas.org
Dee Daniels is a veteran in both print and broadcast. She began her career as a radio news reporter in Charleston West Virginia covering politics and government at the state capital. Dee later worked at WCHS as a news reporter, and WBES easy listening station as a host.
Returning to Chicago her home, she worked as an afternoon host at WKDC Jazz in Elmhurst , interened with WNUA, and then on to WJPC. It was there the seed was planted for creating her own publication after meeting who would later become her mentor, the late John H, Johnson.
With a passion for broadcast, yet a yearning for news Dee returned to her news roots as a Journalist in the North West Suburbs at the Downers Grove Reporter, and later Liberty Suburban News Group where she covered local government, education, business and community events.
Wanting to serve her community as a journalist Dee returned to the city and landed a job at the Chicago Tribune City News Service covering police beats, politics and community. Realizing there was stories to be told and legacy to print Dee began plans to start her own News Publication “Noir Woman News,” which she launched in 2004 featuring the first cover story on now First Lady Michelle Obama. The publication initially served as an insert in the Chicago Citizen thanks to another mentor Publisher Bill Garth.
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