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Join host Khi Armand and special guest spiritworker Langston Kahn of ShamanBomb.com and Occupy-Your-Heart.com as we discuss his practice of Emotional Clearing for resolving the root causes of trauma in ourselves and the world around us.
"Broadcasting the voices of the land and the deceased, host Khi Armand weaves together history, ethnography, and spiritual experience to explore the unique promises and challenges of our time."
Connect with the stories, people, and landscapes that make us human in this unique, interdisciplinary show featuring guests from a wide variety of fields and backgrounds sharing their expertise on topics of biography, history, and places that matter.
Culture worker and spiritworker Khi Armand channels marginalized voices from deep within the recesses of our world toward the resolution and reconciliation that we need now.
Tune in every Saturday to On Sacred Ground at Noon PT, 3pm ET, online, call in by phone 657-383-0525, or 'Click-to-Talk' via a computer interface. Join in chat using a registered BlogTalkRadio account.
High turnover, lack of accountability, resistance to change, poor communication, and poor decision-making are all symptoms of execution failures in your company and cost your company money. Discover how to plug those gaps and improve execution of your company’s strategy. Rick Lepsinger, President of OnPoint Consulting joins host Kelly Scanlon this week on Smart Companies Radio to discuss leadership and organizational effectiveness. Lepsinger has a thirty year track record of success as a human resource consultant and executive. The focus of Rick’s work has been on helping leaders and organizations close the gap between strategy and execution, work effectively in a matrix organization and lead and collaborate in a virtual environment. On this show Kelly and Rick will discuss his latest book, “Closing the Execution Gap”.
To hear more shows with host Kelly Scanlon, visit the archives .
The Illinois Professional Licensing Consultants is a group of highly experienced attorneys and investigators who previously worked for the I.D.P.R. will represent and/or defend licensed professionals in cases involving the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation, Illinois Department of Public Aid and Illinois Department of Public Health. In this monthly podcast series our attorneys and consultants will share news, tips and resources.
Topics covered in this 30 minute Internet radio podcast:
Introducing Anita DeCarlo
How workers’ compensation law works in Illinois
Some common injuries that give rise to workers’ compensation claims
2011 amendments to workers’ compensation law in Illinois, wage differentials
Rebuttable presumptions, carpal tunnel caps, operative v. traumatic injuries
Measures healthcare industry workers can take to reduce risk of injury
Healthcare administrators, managers and workers’ compensation trends
Anita M. DeCarlo is a workers’ compensation attorney, associated with the Chicago health law and litigation firm of Michael V. Favia & Associates, and the Illinois Professional Licensing Consultants. Anita earned her Juris Doctorate from The John Marshall Law School and she is an active member of the Justinian Society of Lawyers and served as Co-President of the John Marshall chapter. She was recognized as an Illinois Rising Star by Super Lawyers and received a Distinguished Service Award from the John Marshall Law School. Anita is a frequent speaker and article writer in the area of workers’ compensation law in Illinois.
Visit our Illinois Professional Licensing Consultants website for more information. You may also contact Anita DeCarlo for more information at (773) 631-4580 and by e-mail at email@example.com.
Host Lori Wilk of Successipes welcomes Douglas Hale to this show to talk about how he launched his own consulting company based on his business experience in helping business owners for more than 25 years to launch and grow successful companies. Douglas Hale teaches us the power of cultivating strong relationships with other business owners and in constantly learning and being willing to grow. His words of wisdom and experience with more than 30,000+ business owners are invaluable to other business owners. On this show we'll be talking about what businessnes need most.We'll be covering topics of business consulting and who should get the help of consultants and what to look for when they hire others to guide them with the intentions of getting results. Douglas Hale will help our audience consider the value of creating and developing strategic partnerships and some best practices for business success. We'll talk about money and what it means to businesses to be able to have cash flow, sustain growth, to have the tools they need for business operations and expansion, and how to obtain the capital so your business can possibly buy inventory at better prices and reduce costs, thereby increasing profitability. Finally, we'll be talking about what it takes to flourish as a collaborative entrepreneur. Join the conversation at 347.237.5638. You can reach Douglas Hale at (305) 720-5710. http://www.businessfinanceusa.com
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On this week's program, host Doug Field is live in the studio for an update on all things health care consumerism. Doug will be joined by two special guests, John Young and Ron Bachman, two thought leaders in health care consumerism and trusted advisors to The Institute for HealthCare Consumerism.
The first guest on this week's show will be John Young, chief executive officer of Consumerdriven, LLC. From his perspective as a leading consulting on all things health care consumerism, John will be discussing growth in the private exchange market and how the entire health care ecosystem is adapting to consumerism trends.
For the second segment on this morning's program, Ron Bachman, chairman of the Editorial Advisory Board at The Institute for HealthCare Consumerism, will be calling-in to give his outlook on what's next in health care consumerism. Ron will also be discussing his upcoming workshops at the 2015 FORUM & Expo, the Certified in HealthCare Consumerism (CHCC) program, future IHC University initiatives and pending compliance concerns for industry stakeholders.
This is the continuation of the journey through assisted living and hospice. My goal is that by listening, you will gain insight into the process. This blog speaks to some key factors caregivers needs to think about when selecting an assisted living and hospice, what to do when things don't seem to be going your way and keeping your loved one safe.
Winnetka, IL – Recent Gallup study figures estimate that 70 percent of the workforce is disengaged and only 1 in 10 people naturally know how to motivate their team. So what is the actual cost of a disengaged workforce?
Companies fold because of poor leadership, and each year, billions of dollars are wasted hiring the wrong people and not developing the right ones. That translates into missed opportunities, not seeing where an organization can be innovative and lean to remain ahead of its competition. The response has equally been shortsighted; businesses often implement new strategies that do not last and lose money hand over fist.
Sehaam Caselberg is the founder of SC Coaching and Consulting, where she specializes in organizational culture revitalization and transformation. As an expert in organizational development, Sehaam focuses on aligning the values of a company’s people with its overall strategy.
“Employees look to senior management to model the way,” explains Sehaam. “If we can’t align our decision making with our values, we’re compromising ourselves, we can’t make good decisions. We need to be able to identify with the culture of the organization. If I can’t do that and I’m leading other people, they can’t do it either.”
Sehaam works with senior leaders and their teams to establish a foundation and hold them accountable to the values they say are important to them.
“My role is to be a mirror and challenge them when I am observing behavior that doesn’t correspond to their values. Behavior shifts need to be embedded in an organization’s culture if they are to stick.”
For more information on SC Coaching and Consulting, visit http://www.sehaamcaselberg.com/
Lou Rodriguez, President, Rodriguez Consulting, LLC.
Rodriguez Consulting LLC. is a design, geospatial and infrastructure management firm focused on providing exceptional services and employing cutting-edge technologies and processes for clients in the federal, state/local and private sectors.
Lou Rodriguez is the president of Rodriguez Consulting LLC, an award winning professional engineering and land surveying firm which he founded in 2007. Rodriguez provides innovative civil engineering and geospatial solutions for our Nation's infrastructure. Rodriguez is also a certified SBA 8(a), minority-owned (MBE) and disadvantaged business enterprise (DBE). Lou is a professional civil engineer with over 20 years of civil engineering and information technology experience primarily focused on water infrastructure and GIS.
Here is another installment about life with Mom in assisted living and hospice. There bever seems to be a dull moment. She continues to decline and I continue to try to keep her comfortable and safe.
Tune in today and I will talk about more different ways that your image is affected or considered in front of others. I have a little celebrity news and more on how my life is adjusting to the new changes. I will be on the road hosting my show. Remember you can replay old shows for past tips and news. Once again thank you for listening and supporting. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or follow me on IG @stewychewy.
This show is the amazing story of Jade Grace, who grew up with a mother who lived in an iron lung. The iron lung was a tank respirator used to help people artificially breathe used often during the polio epedemic. It's use was usually only for several weeks until the lungs regained strength. For some like Jade's mother, it was for a lifetime. She lived 30 years on the iron lung. Jade's story is about a child's experience of interacting and loving a mother who was lived in an iron lung. Many on iron lungs were confined to institutions but Jade's father had the resources to keep her at home with all the necessary care. She even summered on Catalina Island with the family. Jade's story is a part of medical history that everyone should hear about. Her stories are capitvating and heartwarming. Be sure to tune.