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Our next NCEBCTalkRadio episode will feature Mr. Stedman Graham.
Mr. Stedman Graham is nationally renowned for his leadership training and professional "identity development". Join us Monday, September 16 @ 10am ET for an empowering discussion on "Identity Leadership".
Join Laurie Rubidge, international trainer as she discusses The Power of Being Authentic.
The importance of being authentic is so crucial in todays world. People are so tired of people not being real.
Here’s some steps to make sure we are coming from our hearts and being true individuals.
Exploring the Next Level with FlexKom.
Join the fastest growing team in FlexKom as we share the events, ideas and actions that are helping our team members to advance quickly into higher levels of leadership and income.
Today's broadcast will feature Bill Resides and Mike Livingston as they interview our top leaders who will share their story of success in advancement to The Next Level!
Read more: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/allwired/2014/07/02/flexkom-next-level-team-leadership#ixzz36R5OO6u6
Mobile Indigenous Library would like to explore the importance of using the latest technology to empower Indigenous Identity.
Suparna Malhotra returns to the Voice of Leadership with the Gentle World Cafe. The Gentle World Cafe is designed to show how men and women can work in collaboration towards the prevention of gender violence through peaceful means.
Suparna's guest this month is Davina James-Hanman, OBE. Davina is the Director of AVA, Against Violence and Abuse. Prior to the AVA, Davina worked at L.B. Islington as the first local authority Domestic Violence Co-ordinator in the UK. From 2000-08, she had responsibility for developing and implementing the London Domestic Violence Strategy for the Mayor of London. She has worked in the field of violence against women for over two decades in a variety of capacities encompassing volunteer, front-line work, policy and strategy roles. She has published innumerable articles and two book chapters and formerly acted as the Dept. of Health policy lead on domestic violence as well as being an Associate Tutor at the national police college. She is also a Lay Inspector for HMCPSI, acted as the Specialist Adviser to the Home Affairs Select Committee Inquiry into domestic violence (2007/08) and Chairs the Accreditation Panel for Respect. In 2009 she assisted the Home Office in the writing of the national violence against women strategy.
Join the Gentle World Cafe in understanding what Gender-Based Violence really is.
Is Neuro-Linguistic Programming -- NLP just another way of repeating phrases, thoughts or accolades to yourself that really just make you feel better? Or is it something that only the rich, famous, leaders and highly influential people actually use and can master?
Teri Dawn Marshall Founder and CEO of the New Day S.A.G.E's Institute will be with us to answer these very questions and talk about how you can apply NLP to integrate your Purpose and Prosperity, get wholeness training and transform the core of what makes you a unique individual.
Marshall says that “NLP is like the ‘user’s manual’ for the mind, and allows us to use the language of the mind to consistently achieve our specific and desired outcomes.”
But here is the problem. How can you begin to see anything differently than how you have always seen it? Albert Einstein said “The world that we have made as a result of the level of thinking we have done thus far creates problems that we cannot solve at the same level at which we created them.” If this is true HOW DO WE CHANGE?
Hosts Jesse and Cody discuss the increasing polarization in the world as it regards American politics and the border crisis, neither Congress nor the Executive Branch able to advance their agendas without an "all or nothing" approach. The Israel/Palestine conflict is a perfect example: both sides driven by existential forces and passions to defend and fight for their being and their ontology, the only solution coming in the form of strategic dinosaur placement or amusement parks. This leads to a discussion of American Culture's individualistic "all or nothing" strain, the wish to be accepted and embraced regardless of faults. Finally, women who are against feminism are examined to learn how identity, image and perception influence the polarization process.
international bestselling author Dr. Cheryl Lentz, The Academic Entrepreneur™.
Meet the scholars of the award winning doctoral anthology series: The Refractive Thinker®, where we focus on getting doctoral research off the coffee table and into the hands of business owners who can benefit from the results. Academic solutions for business results.
Join us each week for 30 minutes of thought provoking radio, every Tuesday Morning at 9 am MST, designed to discuss emerging topics in higher education and business. We will meet today’s industry thought leaders and college professors leading the way.
This week’s guest is Dr. Joseph Pugh with experience in the mililtary (U.S. Army), corporate, and academic landscapes.
For additional information regarding the award winning series, The Refractive Thinker®, to learn about doctoral scholars in our community, as well as to purchase books in the series, visit www.RefractiveThinker.com; Books may be purchased in paperback and eBooks, as well as eChapters available on Kindle via Amazon.com
David L. Levy (b. 1936) is a children's rights activist, per the National Partnership for Community Leadership (NPCL) in presenting Levy with the 2011 Charles Ballard Advocacy Award at NPCL's conference in Washington, D.C. In 1985, Levy co-founded The Children's Rights Council in 1992. Levy has authored four books, all on different topics, fiction and non-fiction. Levy is co-director of the Children's Rights Fund for Maryland, an organization advocating joint custody (shared parenting) for children of separation, divorce, and never-married parents. The Fund also provides low cost attorneys for parents in need affected by custody and access (visitation) issues. Levy was appointed by MD Governor Martin O'Malley to the Child Custody Decision-Making Commission in the Fall of 2013. The Commission has held hearings around the state, and is now working on legislative proposals to be presented to the 2015 Maryland legislature. Levy also provides supervised visitations in the Washington, D.C. area and consults on custody related topics in the U.S. and abroad. He also provides job shadowing to help prepare young people for careers and jobs.
Levy attended the University of Florida where he received a Bachelor of Arts degree, and University of Florida Law School from which he received his juris doctorate. Levy directed the Board of Trustees to strengthen families and reduce the trauma of divorce to children through supporting legislation and programs which favor Shared Parenting (joint custody) mediation, liberal access/parenting time, and emotional and financial child support. Levy states that there are millions of parents who want to be involved (in their children's lives), but the road is blocked. A noted author, Mr. Levy has written a myriad of articles on the subject of child custody and divorce mediation which have been published in prominent legal journals as well as noted in general interest publications
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