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  • 00:31

    Becoming a SOLID leader

    in Business

    Are you looking to be a SOLID leader while building a SOLID organization that is growing with a purpose for giving?   Join the conversation as we invite Daniel Mueller, Founder and CEO of SOLID Partners as he shares some insight, thought leadership and best practices for how to build a thriving organization while helping build a thriving community by generating lifelong and SOLID leadership principles:   Service - serving people with a passion for excellence Organization - embracing organizational development best practices Leadership - modeling leadership principles that we seek to impart Integrity - maintaining and promoting a high standard of integrity Design - designing a win-win, sustainable and long-term success strategies   About Daniel Mueller Daniel J. Mueller is an early pioneer of the executive coaching industry. He has 14 years’ experience as President and CEO of a senior executive coaching and advisory firm and 11 years as CEO of three professional services organizations. He serves as President and CEO for SOLIDexecutive, Inc.   Mueller’s experience and background in organization design and development (OD) has shaped his coaching approach, creating custom-tailored solutions which are practical and bottom-line focused. This resonates with senior executives, who want tangible, measurable improvements in their executives’ and organization’s performance.   For more background and to connect with Daniel Mueller, please see his LinkedIn profile.

  • 01:03

    Ben Yahola - Climate Change

    in Politics Progressive

    Daniel Wildcat, Ph.D., (Yuchi) is a professor at Haskell Indian Nations University in Lawrence, Kansas, and an accomplished scholar who writes on Indigenous knowledge, technology, environment, and education. He is also director of the Haskell Environmental Research Studies Center, which he founded with colleagues from the Center for Hazardous Substance Research at Kansas State University. Wildcat helped design a four-part video series entitled All Things Are Connected: The Circle of Life (1997), which dealt with the land, air, water, biological, and policy issues facing Native nations. Wildcat recently formed the American Indian and Alaska Native Climate Change Working Group, a tribal-college-centered network of individuals and organizations working on climate change issues. In 2008, he helped organize the Planning for Seven Generations climate change conference sponsored by the National Center for Atmospheric Research. He is the author, most recently, of Red Alert! Saving the Planet with Indigenous Knowledge (2009).  The Haskell Environmental Research Studies Institute Survey in collaboration with the Oklahoma Climatological and Southern Climate Impacts Planning Program will hold a meeting at the National Weather Center in Norman, Oklahoma onDecember 12, 2011. The purpose of the meeting will be to discuss the potential for climate variability and change on the tribal Peoples of Oklahoma.  Space is limited and it is necessary to reserve seating. Please contact Paulette Blanchard at thepauligirl@aol.comor at 913-687-3006 to confirm and reserve seating.    http://www.haskell.edu/climate/dwildcat.html    www.facebook.com/DrDanielWildcat