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A Radio Program with D. Shivakumar, Chairman & CEO India Region, Pepsico
An exciting radio program featuring D. Shivakumar, Chairman and CEO, India Region, PepsiCo, as he talks about being a HiPo and how he made his way up the ladder. Shivakumar believes that great leaders are great followers and what differentiates successful leaders or organizations from unsuccessful ones is their ability to learn and unlearn.
- Shivakumar’s journey as a HiPo – His career insights, inspirations and challenges
- HiPo development and what can organizations do better
- Advice to HiPos
Six of the Nation’s Largest Food Companies & the Walmart Foundation to Generate 28 Million Meals & $3 Million in Donations to American Food Banks
Celebrity Chef G. Garvin is ready to explain why the FIGHT HUNGER, SPARK CHANGE Campaign is being launched at a critical time for many Americans. Food banks are facing a growing need for donations due to historically high food prices and drought conditions threatening to drive up the prices of fresh produce and meat. In fact, Feeding America recently released its Hunger in America 2014 report showing that in a single year one in seven Americans, including 12 million children, turn to the Feeding America network for food assistance.
To help meet this need, the Walmart Foundation is teaming up with six of the nation’s largest food companies – including General Mills, Unilever, Hormel, ConAgra Foods, PepsiCo/Quaker and Kellogg Company – to distribute $3 million to food banks and local partner agencies across the country. On Sept. 25, join Chef ‘G’ in the kitchen as he explains the importance of making sure that families have access to nutritious meals. For more information, visit: www.walmart.com/fighthunger.
Hosted by Min. Jonathan Simmons and guest co host Chef Sara Ray of A Culinary Life
Although comprising nearly 30% of the US population, African Americans, Hispanics and Native Americans comprise only 3% of senior leaders in corporations, non-profits and entrepreneurial ventures.
Management Leadership for Tomorrow (MLT) is the premier career development institution that equips high potential African Americans, Hispanics and Native Americans with the key ingredients—skills, coaching and door-opening relationships—that unlock their potential. By cracking the code on career potential, MLT is developing the next generation of minority leaders, for the corporate, non-profit and entrepreneurial sectors, who will in turn have transformational impact on our communities.
MLT delivers programming that puts minorities on the fast-track to success at every stage of their careers: from College through MBA and the Executive levels.
MLT is a leading source of minority talent for top graduate business schools and for many of the nation's premier corporations including Citi, Goldman Sachs, Google, McKinsey & Co, PepsiCo and Target. MLT's innovative solution has also resulted in strategic partnerships with leading philanthropies such as New Profit, Inc. and The Starr Foundation. MLT has been featured on the cover of Fortune and in CNN's "Black in America 2: Tomorrow's Leaders."
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Are you interested in earning an MBA?
Are you ready to join the next generation of Rising Leaders?
Today on What Keeps You Up At Night, host Brendan Major is joined by Ed Schultek, founder of Sandler Training. Ed will be bringing you lots of valuable insights from his professional training courses, including some communication tips, customer relationship builders and why it's important to understand why your clients do what they do.
About Our Guest
Ed began his career in Sales with Johnson & Johnson, US, where he progressed through various Sales and Sales Management roles. He then moved to PepsiCo International leading and managing several key company-owned and franchised markets in North America as Area Vice President.
Ed transitioned to FritoLay/North America, another division of PepsiCo, as Western Vice President of Sales & Field Marketing, and then moved to his third division of PepsiCo as Senior Vice President of Sales, where he built and led the first International Sales Function for PepsiCo International.
Ed left PepsiCo to start his own firm, PEAK Sales Performance, which is focused on building leadership, sales and customer service competency for individuals and teams.
Learn more about Ed at http://www.linkedin.com/in/edschultek
Do men feel guilty at work? Todays guest, Elizabeth Lions, will be sharing her thoughts on this topic, spurred by an article she red about Indra Nooyi, the CEO of PepsiCo.
The guilt centers around the concept of the ability to ‘have it all’. Can women keep trying to ‘have it all’? Have we erroneously defined what ‘it all’ is? Join us to hear more.
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Plaid for Women radio is produced to give you information, advice and resources to be YOUR wise advisor. Our goal is to help you achieve your goals, gain influence, and be heard.
Every show, we are committed to bringing you new ideas and offering new ways of thinking to give you opportunities to change your thinking and change your life. You CAN live the life you've imagined!
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We will interview Dr. Hector Caram-Andruet, the author of World Crisis and Biblical Prophecies, who has served as a senior executive with Citibank, PepsiCo, and General Foods. His analysis of present economic conditions is troubling. He points to the astonishing levels of public and private debt and says we are stimulating consumption beyond a sustainable level of personal income.
"It is clear that nations are dealing with the effects of and not the causes of the political, socio-economic, and financial crises while governments incur growing budget deficits and alarmingly increasing national debts," he says. He points to real world issues to explain how Biblical events and warnings are unfolding today.
Talk radio host managing editor of NEWD Magazine Tiffani Knowles and Crystal Dundas gab for an hour about trends, music, faith and much more. Every week we interview a super cool guest appealing to a faith-filled, urban twentysomething market.
Previously on the program, we discussed how C-Suite leaders set the tone for their entire organization to deliver amazing customer service. The same is true for the environment of integrity and empowerment they wish for their employees to cultivate. On this week’s episode of C-Suite Network Radio, our guests reveal the secret to sustainable growth in changing times. Success in this area begins with discipline, a focus on quality and empowering team members to understand the “why” and “how” behind every idea.
Rich McBee, President and CEO of Mitel, brings more than 25 years of experience in telecommunications to his position, leading Mitel’s strategy, business performance, and global execution. Rich is responsible for advancing Mitel’s evolution and leadership in the business communications market, driving revenue growth and profitability, and devising and executing business strategies and corporate policies. @Mitel
David Martin helps executives from across the country and around the world deliver their best ideas by identifying and overcoming the hidden, invisible barriers that derail success. Having a great idea is the easy part, but it’s only the beginning. With David’s guidance, clients find their way to realizing massive, lasting change. @growthvault.
Kathy Quinn, consultant and executive coach at GrowthVault, whose efforts have helped shift organizational thinking and processes, spurring sales and market growth. Kathy has a solid foundation of client success achieved in service to clients such as Nestle, Coca-Cola, Miller Brewing, Starbucks, ConAgra, PepsiCo, Unilever, General Mills and Kimberly-Clark.
Chris Brogan is Publisher and CEO of Owner Magazine, a business magazine helping you improve your worth by growing your capabilities and connections and Founder of Human Business Works He is a sought-after keynote speaker who has addressed crowds of thousands, been on the Dr Phil show, and once presented to a princess. Chris has consulted with companies you know like Disney, Microsoft, Coke, Titleist, Pepsico, Google, Motorola, and many more. He is the New York Times Bestselling author of six books and counting, including The Impact Equation, with Julien Smith. He lives in northern Massachusetts, where he frequently plays Minecraft with his kids.
Chris is a New York Times Bestselling author of books like The Impact Equation and Trust Agents (cowritten with Julien Smith), Social Media 101, and Google Plus for Business.
Chris has appeared in several magazine and news articles from Forbes, The Boston Globe, Success, USA Today, and has appeared on TV shows like The Dr Phil Show.
Chris is also the cofounder of the PodCamp new media conference series, exploring the use of new media community tools to extend and build value.
The wellness industry is abuzz again with the debate on whether employer-based wellness programs produce a return on investment. The RAND report released in mid-January 2014 analyzed 7 years of data from Pepsico's wellness and disease management strategy. The verdict? Disease management programs drove the lion's share of the ROI. RAND's Dr. Soeren Mattke joins CoHealth Checkup to review RAND's research on workplace wellness programs and what employers need to consider and expect when considering these initiatives.
Find your VOICE and step into your SPOTLIGHT so you can claim your FREEDOM and finally play BIG in the world.
In this show we will discover techniques to find your unique allure, access your own powerful communication style, learn how to stop apologizing for who you are and start living life in the spotlight!
Erin Chumas is the President and Founder of The Castle Group where she serves as a presentational strategist and public performance coach. In her 20 years of performance and executive presence coaching, Erin has truly become an expert at helping people discover their unique allure, cultivate authentic communication skills and tap into powerful self-expression. She has coached the CFO of Pepsico, world pop star Z Lala, the production team for the San Francisco Giants major league baseball team, and countless heads of business, medicine, entertainment and industry.
Erin's work has been to help those who have chosen to step into the spotlight to do so confidently and fearlessly. Her personal passion is to empower women to boldly raise their voices, take up more space in the world, and to change the face of how we are represented by each other and in the media.
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Krish Dhanam was born in South India where he completed his early education. After earning an MBA he migrated to America in1986. Winning a sales contest in 1990 earned him a ticket to a seminar conducted by the legendary motivator Zig Ziglar. This chance encounter would be the catalyst that shaped the next two decades as Krish joined the Ziglar Corporation in 1991 as a telemarketer and eventually became their Vice President of Global Operations.
Through training, teaching and facilitating seminars all over the world, Krish launched his professional speaking career. As one of only two executive coaches personally trained by Zig Ziglar, Krish has successfully delivered his message of hope, humor and balance in over fifty countries and throughout the continental United States.
His client list is the who’s who of global enterprise and he has received accolades from some of the most distinguished organizations including The United States Army, Christian Dior, Toshiba, Hitachi, Cognizant, Apollo Hospitals, EDS, Texas Instruments, Pepsico, and Energizer Batteries.
Today he is the co-founder of a training company, managing partner in a seminar company, author of The American Dream from an Indian Heart and contributing author to the book Top Performance written by Zig Ziglar.