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Cincinnati Business Talk highlights the positive side of Cincinnati area businesses. We will be talking to CEOs who have won awards, innovated with new products and services.
Today's guest is Sue McPartlin, Market Managing Partner for PwC's Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana region of PwC, once called PricewaterhouseCoopers. Sue will share her perspectives and insights on current HOT business issues in the area of taxes and consulting.
PwC has the the power of 180,000 people with a common purpose — building relationships that create value for you and your business. This is PwC. Every day, PwC's people work with you to build the value you are looking for.
They start by getting to know you. You do the talking, we'll do the listening. Our tailored solutions will help you meet the challenges and opportunities of doing business in the US market, and beyond.
The show streamed live on Friday May 2nd at 4 PM. Listen to this link: http://tobtr.com/s/6369495
You can listen to the show on Apple iTunes as a Podcast. You can add the podcast at: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/Cincy-Business-talk.rss
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This race focused series of The Wheel Men Show will cover stories and results of the recent race weekend along with driver and team insights of the events. Jay and Gorilla Steve will work to bring opinions on all things involved in the sports car racing world. We will be concentrating on Tudor United Sportscar Series, Continental Tire Sportscar Challenge, Pirelli World Challenge, SCCA Trans-Am, and Formula 1 Racing. We will also cover other european series and ameteur american racing from time to time but remain focused on sportscars.
The TalentCulture #TChat Show is back live on Wednesday, August 13, 2014, from 7-8 pm ET (4-5 pm PT). The #TChat radio portion runs the first 30 minutes from 7-7:30 pm ET, followed by the #TChat Twitter chat from 7:30-8 pm ET.
Last week we talked about passive recruiting strategies, and this week we’re going to talk about how data and the right analysis can help companies of any size understand and measure company culture.
There it is again — company culture and employee engagement. But mercy we must keep working towards the goal of improving it. According to Strategy& of PwC, 96% of employees have stated a "culture change" is needed at their company.
But culture goes deeper than a workplace flexibility, pizza lunches and ping-pong tables. In fact it should drive most every aspect of business – from customer relations to internal practices.
This week we talk “Talent Science” — the science of using quantifiable data to find and hire employees that will be most engaged with the company, therefore contributing more to the bottom line.
Join #TChat co-creators and hosts Meghan M. Biro and Kevin W. Grossman as we learn more about how data can change company culture with this week’s guests: Brent Daily, Founder of RoundPegg, employee engagement software that increases business performance through applied culture science; and Natalie Baumgartner, a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology with a specific focus on assessment and additional training in strength-based psychology.
Thank you to our sponsors and partners: RIVS, GreatRated! of Great Place to Work, TalentWise, Globoforce, SAP/SuccessFactors, PeopleFluent, Red Branch Media and HRmarketer Insight.
2014 Liquid Militia Team Weekend - Another Team Success!
Our Clothing Brand Liquid Militia hosts an annual 'Liquid Militia Team Weekend' campout. We have been producing these for years to honor and support our LM Brand team riders. The week long campout is held over Memorial weekend and is a private invitational event. Our motto for Liquid Militia is 'Get Wet or Go Home', nobody in our crew has a problem wtih that, in fact drying out is not an option.
Every year our Team Weekend favors a theme. This year we had the 'GOLDEN TICKET'. Redeemed at a drawing for winning the items donated by our coolest PWC brands and companies, attendees had the chance to strike gold. We were honored to host the Santa Barbara #1 band The Caverns on Friday night for a personal concert on the beachfront.
We honored our nation's military heroes over Memorial weekend with a memorial flag display and paid tribute to those who have paid the ultimate sacrifice protecting and defending out nation.
The food was too numerous to mention, special thanks to Hydrotruf, Kyla Dominguez and Ryan Smith and the Hamade family for their crayfish boil and nightly dinner support!
Our Team Riders are listed here on this link:
Let's discuss a recap of the weeks' festivities and happening events. Thanks for those who support our Brand and live the lifestyle.
Author Ellen Butler has lived in the Northern Virginia area for thirty years. Originally living inside the beltway, she moved to Prince William County ten years ago, in an effort to flee traffic congestion. Unfortunately, the traffic followed her down here, but the community keeps her family firmly rooted in PWC. She has a Master’s in Public Administration and Policy and her history includes a long list of writing and editing for dry but illuminating professional newsletters and journals, and windy papers on public policy and political science.
The leap to novel writing is simply a creative outlet for her over active and romantic imagination to run wild. Her genre is Women’s Fiction and Romance and Ellen is currently promoting her newest novel Poplar Place, a fiction novel with suspense, romance, and a dash of paranormal. Ellen is currently scheduling book club appearances for fall 2014 and spring 2015. Book club questions for Ellen’s novels can be found on her website. Her next book, Heart of Design will be released July 2014. All of Ellen’s ebooks are available for all tablet formats and can be purchased at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Kobo & the iBookstore.
Purchase links can also be found on her website.
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Where are the women in RWC operations worldwide?
Why are we not seeing more females involved in boat operations worldwide?
What are the realities and limitations experienced?
Who are the mentors and what are their experiences and results?
Do women want to do this type of job?
What are the differences in attitude that exist between male and female counterparts in the RWC world?
Let's delve into the realities, myths and concerns of gender based operational trends and current levels of participation.
We hope to hear from you on this important and relevant topic regarding women in the RWC field.
What does your water rescue certification mean to you and to others?
It's not a piece of paper. It's an representation of skillsets based on standardization of the best practices and current methods that enable you to commence your training or professional development and your ability to acquire the necessary hours and skills of expertise to perform your duties safely and with competence.
Certification programs are often mismanaged, misguided and abused both by agencies and participants such as instructor and student cadre. Mainly due to budget, time and resource.
The certification program enables you to understand specific risks, comprehension of water and equipment needs and to prepare for recovery and transport of survivors, casualities and equipment or produce searches and or manage events.
The liability issue is the cornerstone of capability. You have either done your homework, are physically and emotionally fit, have the proper equipment and hours underway and understand how to effectively utilize it in the exact environment you will be operating in, or you do not.
A certificate for a recipient who has been vetted and tested is not a 'get out of jail' free card. It is a serious responsibility of defending and representing standards. Occupational users need to be prepared for what a 3 year certificate enables them to utilize in field work. Certificates are revokable if the operator proves to be negligent and disregard their operational standards they were tested under.
This is a serious liability issue. Safety is a trust that you earn every time you deploy. It will require of you to produce values and exceed them. It will require of you to understand the parameters of your certification.
Let's have your attention, your focus and in the end, your understanding for this important subject. - K38/Shawn Alladio
The kinky Ladies will be interviewing Porsche Whiter a plus size full figure model brands she rep official thickalicious divas, she works with XS Energy drinks and porsche has a t-shirt line PWC, and a clothing line coming soon we will be talkign about Porsches up coming events we are looking forward to working with Porsche she has so mine new things she working on...Blue Flame Wednesday night, satursay night we will be at Metro Fuxon come kick it with us
Merrick Deans was born and raised in Northern Virginia. After receiving his bachelor’s degree from George Mason University, he started his career working for E*Trade Financial as a Trade Desk Analyst and later transitioned to Federal contracting, working for Booz Allen Hamilton. Now he works for Pricewaterhouse Coopers as a Project Management Consultant with a focus in system implementation projects. Mr. Deans has served on a number of work related boards, both as a member of the Associates Forum and as the Chairman of the Staff Advisory Council, where his efforts and leadership bridged the gap between senior management and staff level employees regarding policy development, firm initiatives, and vertical communications. Additionally, Mr. Deans supported PwC’s Black Affinity Network in developing social and educational events to stimulate networking and knowledge transfer among the Firm’s African American employees.
Merrick currently attends Mount Zion Baptist Church in Arlington, VA, where he serves as the Director of the Young Adult Ministry. He has worked with a number of young adults within his church over the past two years to expand the ministry. Now, the Young Adult Ministry hosts bi-weekly bible studies, quarterly programs focused on education, philanthropy, and fellowship, annual Emphasis events and sponsors college care packages. Merrick has recently pursued his vocation for teaching and has served in multiple teaching capacities within his church, having taught vacation bible school classes as well as teen and young adult bible studies. “Words From My Whiteboard” has become a regular staple in the growth of his inspirational social media presence.
Craig and Lars interview Gild's Brad Warga about how Gild is changing how we assess talent with big data and stack ranking job candidates.
Brad Warga is a veteran Talent professional with experience from top brands such as PWC, Ernst & Young, Sapient, Harrah’s, Caesar’s, and Salesforce.
Gild is a start-up that is changing the way talent is discovered. We help companies hire skilled developers by ensuring that candidates stand out on their proven abilities, not just their resumes. Backed by proprietary data analysis that examines developers’ actual work, Gild’s tech hiring software is used by growing companies like Facebook, Red Hat, and Rackspace to find the developers they need to innovate. Founded in 2011, Gild is headquartered in San Francisco and has offices in Salt Lake City and Milan. Gild is backed by Globespan, Baseline Ventures, and SAP. www.gild.com.
Brad is keynothing the 2014 TalentNet Interactive conference in Austin at SXSW Interactive on March 7th. Gild is the conference's platinum partner. Registration and info at www.TalentNetInteractive.com
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Big Wave Surfing - Water Safety
The Best Practices Or Not?
The words fit easily enough, but do they work?
What is big wave water safety?
It's broiled in the concepts from the EMS responder mindset, the atheltes involved, the sponsors who support equipment or fuding for expeditions, the silent families left behind and the water rescue specialist.
Whom is considered a subject matter expert for all of these applications? Self appointed or real world tried and tested, their worlds often clash in a conflict of experience, attitude and capability.
Ask me how I know?
I've been a vocale witness of this silent creep of safety chatter since 1993 when the Strapped Crew first began the catalyst we see today adopted by everyone interested in all those years of plying; safety still has not been taken seriously.
What is involved?
2. Swell/Wave Energy (weather considerations, tidal/wind/power)
3. Athlete mindset, capability (time in water and experience level, physical fitness)
4. Type of boards (tow boards/towlines/surfboards/rescue boards)
5. Preparation (training, safety gear, rest/hydration)
6. Type of Rescue Water Craft (RWC)
7. RWC training techniques and practices (credentials and accredetion)
8. EMS response, equipment, timelines, transport (land, air, water)
9. Fame or Blame - Media pressure, sponsorship expectation by athlete, athlete claim to fame, explotation of surf sites
10. The Hate Factor of Modern Surfing (everybody hates somebody-negative aspects of the sport prevent or block the ability for unity and community to further create associate bodies with lack of effective leadership values, its a 'solo' sport)
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