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  • 00:31

    Choose to Bridge the Skills Gap

    in Business

    #TChat Radio is all new on Tuesday, May 7, 2013, at 7:30 pm ET (4:30 pm PT).
    The worlds of education and business are moving farther and farther apart. The skills shortage many economists and other "world of work" thought leaders keep talking about is real and leaving millions behind.
    Schools aren't encouraging students to become bold thinkers, dreamers, and doers -- and businesses are expecting them to be just those persona types without much investment.   This is why the Choose2Matter and TalentCulture #TChat communities are coming together this week for #TChat Radio and #TChat Twitter Chat.   Together we can choose to bridge the skills gap and help students find mentors in communities like ours to greatly enhance the lives of these amazing young people today.   #TChat co-creators and hosts, Meghan M. Biro and Kevin W. Grossman welcome this week's guests, Choose2Matter co-founders Angela Maiers and Mark Moran.   This will be another great "world of work" show, so we hope to see you here!   **SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT: We’re thrilled to announce our first “world of work” partnership — with Achievers. Read about it here!

  • 00:43


    in Education


    Superintendent Rory Gesh of Navasota ISD in TX  on his experience in curriculum supervision to create the 'Future ready' student.

    Presented by WIN LEARNING

  • 01:00

    s4-e19 The skills gap cure?

    in News

    Tuesday, August 18, 2015 1:00-2:00pm ET: Economic indicators predict a bright future for manufacturing, but significant workforce challenges pit the landscape and darken its horizon. Join us as Gardner Carrick, Vice President of Strategic Initiatives for The Manufacturing Institute, Mario Hernandez, President of the San Antonio Economic Development Foundation, and Gale Tenen Spak, Prime Contact, ManufactureNJ Talent Network and the Associate VP for Continuing and Professional Education at New Jersey Institute of Technology discuss how the industry is preserving its brain-trust of seasoned workers, recruiting and retaining fresh minds that are inspired by exciting innovation and re-training the workforce caught in transition.

  • 00:53

    The Soft Skills Gap and the Young Careerist #41

    in Work

    On this week's episode of #InternPro Radio, Ellen Bremen (The Chatty Professor) blog joins Eric Woodard of Great Intern and Mark Babbitt of YouTern to discuss the "Soft Skills Gap" and the importance of personal accountability for young careerists.   Ellen, Eric and Mark will discuss how young careerists, through personal accountability in school and work settings, can combat the perception of a soft skills gap  – and become hightly employable in the process.   Question for Ellen, Eric or Mark? Ask your question on the air; just dial (347) 843-4970. You can also submit a question using the hashtag #InternPro on Twitter.   Join us this week... on #InternPro Radio!

  • 02:57

    Bridging the Gap with Doc and BG

    in Military

    Tonight we talk to the poster boy for the Green Beret Preston Crawford. We will also have Jeff Adams fomer Green Beret and CIF group troop SGM. We will touch a few topics. Feel free to call in with your questions or comments. 215-383-3864. We go live at 7 EST.

  • 01:00

    Life Skills 101

    in Spirituality

    In every one of our lives we are going to encounter problems, challenges, stresses, change, relationship issues, broken hearts, death, health issues, career issues, etc. Schools don't teach us the skills that we need in order to deal with day-to-day issues that we encounter throughout our life. We will begin the discussion of the skills that you need to have and to master in order to be able to deal successfully with the issues you contend  with in your life. The better equipped you are to deal with these issues  the easier your life will be. You will still have these issues but you'll have the skills to deal with them.

  • 02:59

    Bridging the Gap with Doc and BG

    in Military

    Tonight we have an open night mic where we take callers Questions. Deep survival will be on with us.

  • 00:35

    "Creating Joy" with Amy Manning

    in Self Help

    Amy Manning is President and Founder of Free the Family, a mentoring and training company dedicated to creating healthy, happy homes.  As a family relief and empowerment expert, Amy’s mission is to empower individuals and families with the tools and skills to overcome stress and live joy-fully.  She has personally gone from stressed to blessed in nearly every area of her life, and is committed to helping others do the same in theirs.   Amy has a degree in Home and Family Life and extensive study in health and nutrition, and has devoted over 25 years to the study of homes and families.  She has served a service mission in Georgia and Brazil where she learned that people and families are the same everywhere--all learning to overcome trials and live lives full of healthy happy relationships.  She is married to Matt Manning, the love of her life, and together they have 6 beautiful and amazing children that she educates at home.   Aside from the love of learning anything related to home and family, Amy loves to dance and sing, spend time in nature, and play life like a little child.

    To learn more, visit:  http://www.freethefamily.com

  • 00:27

    The REAL Impact of 408(b)(2)

    in Business

    Organizations that sponsor ERISA retirement plans have long struggled with the complexities of their vendors' fee arrangements. The Department of Labor ("DOL") blames much of that struggle on an information gap that divides plan managers and vendors.

    During a lengthy study prior to 2010, the DOL found that evaluations of fees charged to participants in ERISA plans was largely driven by a plan's vendors, through intricate, multi-page reports that were filled with complex industry jargon and formulas. The DOL's findings were the impetus for the expansion of the duty held by plan sponsors to conduct an analysis of their vendors' fees and to document the results.

    Get Updated

    The Nonprofit Executive Leadership Forum will host a special podcast on Thursday, February 11th at 12:00 PM Central.  We've invited Ron Hagan, Chairman of the Fiduciary Standards Committee at Roland|Criss, back to the Forum chair to explore with us how and why the fee disclosure law has thus failed to spark the change so many desired...to be the life preserver that retirement plan sponsors desperately need.  During this session, we will cover key trends and  reveal resources of which every CFO and Human Resource executive should be aware. You will not want to miss this!

  • 00:27

    Real Relationships: The Adventure of Intimate Contact

    in Self Help

    Wright, founded by Dr. Bob Wright and Dr. Judith Wright is a principle-based learning organization that brings together the best of neuroscience, development, existential, humanistic, Adlerian, and positive psychologies and philosophies into a proven, practical system for learning the skills to have a great life.



  • 00:30

    Life Coaching: Helping Your Child Manage Stress

    in Self Help

    Teaching your child to manage stress is a crucial life skill for future well-being.  Life Coaches Shawn Marie Cichowski & Munni Visco discuss how to help your child understand, manage and cope with stress. Listen in to the coaching crew from WNY Life Coaching Center. Reach us directly at wnylifecoaching.com or 716-560-6552.