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The Soul Matrix on the Voice of Leadership Radio Network: Soul Mates: Who are they and How do you meet them?
As we awaken the soul, the yearning for deep, lasting love is ever present. We want it, and deserve it! Yet, why do so many people have difficulty finding that special someone? What’s in the way of meeting the love of your life?
Our guest is Cindi Sansone Braff, psychic medium known as The Romance Whisperer. She talks with the deceased, and is a relationship coach, mystic, and tarot therapist. Newsday has recommended her as one of the top psychic mediums on Long Island. She’s authored several books, and tonight we’ll be speaking with her about her amazing book, Grant Me a Higher Love: How to Go from the Relationship from Hell to One That’s Heaven Sent by Scaling The Ladder of Love. And she’ll tell us about her newest book, Why Good People Can’t Leave Bad Relationships: Letting Go of Your Six So-Called Good Traits That Keep You Tied To The Devil You Know,
We’ll chat about soul mates, how to meet them, and why we don’t. Cindi will graciously read a few people live on the air! Join us for an hour of soul mate talk and more!
Pauline Capalbo and Wendy Shulman host.
The journey of becoming a leader comes about by making 5 key decisions throughout a person's career. So says my guest, Julia Tang Peters, author of Pivot Points: Five Decsions Every Successful leader Must Make. One way Julia defines leadership is that a leader always strives for positive results benefiting more than self. And just like a doctor swears to the Hippocratic Oath to "do no harm," so too must a good leader. Our conversation dissects what defines a pivotal decision and what the 5 pivotal decisions are that help develop the leader in all of us.
Ottawa, Ontario – The current and future economic playing field requires union members and employers alike to work together toward mutual success. It's time to let go of old thinking: “Us vs. Them.” The modern union must harness the energy and expertise of its members to work more effectively with employers and other partners.
Janet Stewart and the Labour Leadership Team have asserted themselves as “The Change Agents of Choice” for progressive unions. The Labour Leadership Team specializes in working with forward-thinking, partner-minded unions that recognize the value of working collaboratively with employers for mutual success. Janet works with unions to build a customized leadership development program to promote organizational change.
“I want to be part of creating the modern union,” says Janet. “I want people to understand that not all unions are bad and any union can change. Employees should be rewarded in such a way that employers and employees alike can be successful, so it’s about restoring the symbiotic relationship between union and employer. There needs to be a balance.”
Longstanding unions develop hierarchies over time. A progressive union has an interest in making decisions as a “self-directed” union, where the real concerns of members can be heard and addressed. Leading this type of change is not easy, but it’s the Labour Leadership Team’s specialty.
“Change happens whether we like it or not,” says Janet. “Some unions embrace change. Those are the unions where I can have the most positive influence.”
For more information on Janet Stewart’s Labour Leadership Team, visit www.labourleadership.com.
On April 12, 2015, a NY Times article read:
“Ending two years of speculation and coy denials, Hillary Rodham Clinton announced on Sunday that she would seek the presidency for a second time, immediately establishing herself as the likely 2016 Democratic nominee.
“I’m running for president,” she said with a smile near the end of a two-minute video released just after 3 p.m.
“Everyday Americans need a champion. And I want to be that champion,” Mrs. Clinton said. “So I’m hitting the road to earn your vote — because it’s your time. And I hope you’ll join me on this journey.””
We've been on quite a journey already, and so, another one? Will it be different? If yes, how? If no, then what? What's wanting from our leadership in 2016 ... or sooner?
Linda Lombardo and David Taylor-Klaus talk about how our leaders might lead from the emerging future rather than the old stories of the past.
You are living a legacy of leadership. Right now, you have the opportunity to influence your customers, your co-workers, your community, and your children. It takes a village to raise a child. Devon Bandison believes that…with a twist. He believes every individual leader – that’s you – can influence life in a positive way.
Researchers have proved that father/child contact is associated with better socio-emotional and academic functioning. Results indicate that children with more involved fathers experience fewer behavioral problems and score higher on reading achievement. Devon knows that Fatherhood is leadership and Leadership Is Influence.
Devon coaches fathers around the world on how to become high performing leaders and agents of change in the lives of their children. His signature talk “Fatherhood is Leadership” has gained national recognition and was a featured TED Talk at TEDx Boca Raton in March 2015. He brings a message of hope to fathers who have struggled with work-life integration.
Adversity has served as Devon’s greatest teacher molding him into the modern leader and loving father he is today. With the pain of his parent’s divorce in early childhood and absent father addicted to drugs, staying on course for success proved to be challenging. However, as a young father a shift in perspective and a decision to choose growth over victimization transformed his life. Devon began the road to recovering his true self. His leadership seminars and coaching programs inspire many leaders across the globe.
It is the gifts of adversity that fuel Devon’s compassion and dedication to helping others find their voice, inspire hope and live their own legacy of leadership.
Is your day filled with 7 Steps to What Ever Ails You. Join me on GRACEbreak and learn why hundreds of others have responded to my lesson | Is Your Leadership...DOA?
We hear a lot about employee engagement, leadership, and saturated with 7 Steps to What Ever Ails You.
My questions to you are:
Are you Dead on Arrival?
Are you showing up to work, home, and life: filled-up to serve your clients, employer, and self?
Breakdown leading with transparent collaboration and engaging our team to LIVE, BREATHE, and PASSION PLAY, your mission!
By applying a few of these simple principles will create an environment of engaged success vs. are we there yet engagment.
Outline Your Vision
Connect and Collaboration
Core of Engagement | Transparent
Gallup updated their poll in 2013 and 70% of our employees are dis-engaged. If you could increase your engagement by 21% to your payroll what would that mean to you? Our three phase program has a track record of increasing engagement and with this improves morale, client satisfaction, and overall turnover.
Look UP & OUT!
Is Your Leadership...DOA?
The Voice of Leadership welcomes back the fabulous Rick Tamlyn with his continuing series: This Just In with Rick Tamlyn! In this episode of This Just In, Rick riffs about taking risks. What's your tolerance for risk? is the big question today.
Certified Professional Co-Active Coach (CPCC) and Master Certified Coach (MCC) as designated by the International Coach Federation, and senior trainer for The Coaches Training Institute, a world-renowned coach training and leadership development organization, Rick brings philosophies to the world such as, "Life's All Made Up!" (so why not create the most exciting and challenging life you can imagine?), and Play Your Bigger Game, an operating system for life that keeps us on the game board; never stuck.
Rick is famous for riffing on whatever comes to mind, and he does it so brilliantly, we listen with rapt attention.
Linda Lombardo hosts and holds this space for Rick, riffing, and This Just In.
Join us as our host, Carol McDaniel, sits down with guest Jonathan M. Ellen, M.D., president and vice dean of All Children's Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine. Dr. Ellen is leading the transformation of All Children's from a regional pediatric referral center to an academic children's hospital and national leader in research, teaching and patient care.
Under his visionary leadership, All Children’s Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine launched an innovative new pediatric residency program and new fellowships, established the Johns Hopkins All Children’s Heart Institute and expanded programs dedicated to patient safety and quality. He forged collaborations among physicians at All Children’s Hospital in St. Petersburg and the Johns Hopkins Children’s Center in Baltimore, leading to new clinical and translational research spanning both campuses.
Dr. Ellen joined the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in 1999. He was named vice dean for All Children’s Hospital in 2011 and president of All Children’s Hospital in 2012.
Dr. Ellen lives in St. Petersburg, FL and enjoys all that the Sunshine State has to offer. He and his wife have a son and daughter.
To learn more about Dr. Jonathan M. Ellen and his leadership of All Children's Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine, tune in Wednesday, May 6 at 12:30 p.m. EST. Remember to follow the backchannel on twitter! #ACHRadio
"Overcoming Roadblocks by Embracing Them" is our topic for this session. You will E.B.R.A.C.E. these roadblocks and use them to catapult you to your next level. Learn how to simply live your life to the fullest while thriving through life’s transitions on your way to reaching your destination.. Join me at 6:30 pm EST on May 5th to learn how.
Dr. Hollie-Major aka “The Co-Pilot” is a results-oriented leader, educator, transformational leadership coach, philanthropist, speaker, & writer. She has a leadership approach that embodies developing the mind, body & spirit. Leadership programs for emerging & new leaders is her passion & Signature Series. She empowers people to discover & achieve their goals & ultimate success as they move forward. Her technique is “action-oriented” and applied from a “systematic” framework to enhance the lives of her clients.
Speak Life Radio ~ From Discovery To Practice by Dr. Samuel Jones
Blesssings beautiful familyand welcome back to another amazing show! We are in for a great show tonight!!!
It is my pleasure to introduce Professional speaker, Author, and Educator, Dr. Samuel Jones. He’s the current owner of Life Changing Presentations, a consulting company that focuses on Leadership development training, Customer service, and Strategic Planning. A native of Gunnison, he is currently the Dean of Student Affairs at Jones County Junior College in Ellisville, Mississippi and the facilitator/trainer for the Mississippi Economic Council’s Leadership Mississippi program.
He is the author of The Man I Never Knew: How Leadership Can be Developed by Faith, Family, and Friends and Live Life on Purpose: From Discovery to Practice.
Dr. Jones received a Bachelor’s degree in Advertising, a Master’s degree in Public Relations from the University of Southern Mississippi and a Ph.D. from Mississippi State University in Educational Leadership. After his basketball career at USM, he continued his professional basketball career in Finland. He’s conducted training and seminars for organizations such as: General Electric aviation, the USM Alumni Association, Mississippi State University, Navigator Credit Union, MS Power, and the MS Dept. of Education to name a few. He’s a member of the National Speakers Association and he was inducted into the Alumni Hall of Fame at the University of Southern Mississippi in 2013. Please Join us!
In the wake of the events that unfolded in Baltimore City as a result of the death of Freddie Gray and the subsequent arrest of six Baltimore City police officers, Change Montgomery County will work together with the Montgomery County community to develop solutions to address systemic issues that are rooted in our urban areas across our major U.S. cities.
On this episode of A Miner Detail, Ryan Miner will speak with Montgomery County Police, community and church leaders and government officials in an effort to dissect some of the issues that led to the riots in Baltimore City. Ryan and his panel will discuss how to work to bridge the gap between citizens and our police force and offer solutions to address the systemic issues plaguing our urban areas.
Community policing is defined as involving three key components: developing community partnerships, engaging in problem-solving, and implementing community policing organizational features. Explore the tabs below for more information on these central components of community policing.
Please join Ryan and his guests on Wednesday, May 6, 2015 at 9:00 p.m. for an invigorating discussion on community policing.
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