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Daniel Drucker returns to host another segment of the critically acclaimed "Drucker Radio." Joining him in the booth/on the phone is Alex Bernstein, a cool gentleman with a painstakingly good personality who's constantly on point.
Be sure to tune in for a surprise special guest!
Very few people can say they have been a singing mermaid, a singing casket, and was literally "elevator music" when she was hired to sing and play piano in a moving elevator. Meet Karen Drucker.
Karen has recorded 15 CD's of her original inspirational music, and is the author of an inspirational book, "Let Go of the Shore: Stories and Songs That Set the Spirit Free." Among her many accomplishments, she has been a professional comedienne, led her own band for corporate events, and has been the music director for New Thought Churches, as well as music director and "music weaver" for many spiritual conferences and retreats. Karen has been honored with an Honorary Doctorate of Music for her work within the Religious Science Community, and a "Grace Note" award for her work within the Unity movement.
In following her passion, Karen sings, speaks and leads workshops at women's retreats, mind-body and health conferences, and various churches around the country, as well as working with authors like Joan Borysenko, Alan Cohen, and many others.
Karen Drucker has been called "a master of communicating presence and spirituality through music." She loves making music, making a difference, and touching hearts.
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Ready to have your spirits lifted? That’s what you’ll get when you join us this week along with our special guest, Karen Drucker. Since the late '90s Karen has been an influential force in uplifting, thought provoking and inspirational music. Karen has been called “a master of communicating presence and spirituality through music.” She loves making music, making a difference, and touching hearts. Her songs are performed in spiritual centers and personal development conferences around the world.
Karen has recorded 15 CDs of her original inspirational music, and is the author of an inspirational book, “Let Go of the Shore: Stories and Songs That Set the Spirit Free.” Among her many accomplishments, she has been a professional comedienne, led her own band for corporate events, and has been the music director of New Thought Churches, as well as music director and “ music weaver” or many spiritual conferences and retreats. Karen has been honored with an Honorary Doctorate of Music for her work within the Religious Science Community, and a “Grace Note” award for her work within the Unity Movement.
In following her passion, Karen sings, speaks and leads workshops at women's retreats, mind-body & health conferences, and various churches around the country, as well as working with authors like Joan Borysenko, Mary Morrissey, Alan Cohen, and many others.
Karen Drucker has been called “a master of communicating presence and spirituality through music.” She loves making music, making a difference, and touching hearts. Visit her website at: www.KarenDrucker.com
Join us Wednesday, May 7th, 12pm to 1:00pm PST (1pm MST and 3pm EST) for some inspirational conversation and music on The Enlightened View.
Joel Drucker is a very good 4.5 player, and a major Tennis Journalist whose books, articles and ideas have captured the imagination of many thousands of readers. Enjoy this conversation between friends about the state of the game, and some great thoughts on empowering youth.
Bill Patton is a 26 year veteran of the Tennis Industry. He has a B.S. in Industrial Psychology from CSUEB, and has written a Masters Thesis in Education at National University. As an Author, Coach, Thought Leader, Tournament Director, etc. he has never stopped working to branch out and learn new things. Bill has written two books so far with more on the way, The Art of Coaching High School Tennis, and Playing Sports Right: Your Way on Amazon. You can also contact Bill directly for discounted and signed books. Aside from that Mr. Patton also is an account manager for TennisConnect Professional Services (TCPS, LLC), which provides incredible website services and power components for clubs and tennis professionals. You can follow Bill on Twitter, Facebook, and WordPress
Dr. William Cohen, President of the California Institute of Advanced Management, is our special guest this week, and we interview him on the 8 Universal Laws of Heroic leadership. He also gives us a look at how the University is infusing the Laws and the teaching of Peter Drucker in the curriculum.
We also interview Lorraine Gray-Grant in our first feature intended to help HR practitioners in the region who are job hunting. It's called Off the Job, On the Job. She's shares with us what she's learned after only a few days after being made redundant as she's still reacting to the sudden news. Her resume can be found here.
William A. Cohen discusses how Peter Drucker's principles and thoughts can be applied to grow a small business. He is author of Practical Drucker. He offers advice to small businesses on managing growth based on the principles of the renowned management guru.
John "J.P." Hasman of Armstrong Teasdale has been actively engaged in labor relations throughout his professional life and previously worked as an attorney for the NLRB and appeared in court for business organizations. He talks about what small businesses can do when faced with demonstrations, legal challenges by employees.
Mark Stanislav, Security Evangelist at Duo Security will highlight some of the security dangers facng small businesses today.
Author Mason Stokes will showcase his new novel, Saving Julian on tonight's show!
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Saving Julian is a darkly comic journey into the sad, strange world of ex-gay ministry. The novel tells the story of Paul Drucker, a 58-year-old psychology professor and part-time preacher. Author of Saving Our Boys from the Gay Menace, Paul is much in demand on the ex-gay lecture circuit, sharing the heterosexual gospel with those in need. As he tells his audiences, “there’s no such thing as a gay man. There are only men with unmet homoemotional love needs. And this can be fixed.” But when Paul is caught with Julian, a 21-year-old “escort” he found online, he knows his world is about to fall apart. In a world of Larry Craig and Ted Haggard, Saving Julian offers an irreverent and poignant take on the lies, hypocrisies, and downright cruelty of those who think love is a thing to be cured.
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One of my favorite quotes from Peter Drucker is "culture eats strategy for breakfast every time"! Most people think the key to their businesses success is their strategy. The fact is the key to the success of any organization is the culture. There is a sequence that makes the difference in creating long pasting success and it starts with what I call championship psychology. Championship psychology represents culture. It is the first blade on your productivity windmill. How you manage these drivers as an individual or as a group will determine your success with creating winning strategies and sustainable result. It is my experience that culture can be broken down into 4 components that apply to you and your team. To understand more about my perspective pick up a copy of my book the productivity zone. Today we are going to learn the following
Why organizational culture is a strategic and financial issue, not an HR topic.
How culture develops and what you can do to take more control.
Why behavior matters more than values.
David Friedman is the founder and CEO of High Performing Culture, and the author of the book, Fundamentally Different. David’s company helps organizations to create, drive, and maintain high performing cultures. Prior to founding his consulting company, David spent more than 25 years as the CEO of RSI, and award-winning employee benefits consulting company in the Philadelphia area, known for its extraordinary culture. In the past 3 years, David has led more than 150 workshops, taught more than 1800 CEOs, and worked personally with scores of organizations around the country.