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This Sunday, we're kicking off #workplace encounters, episode #1. The Workplace Encounters deals with the many gripes of working in Corporate America or any job for that matter. People and their BS, harassment, power hungry managers, brown nosers, you name it!
This week's question:
WHO'S HARDER TO WORK WITH, MEN OR WOMEN?
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Mindfulness and Spirituality are discussed about much today. But not too many talk about bringing it into the business world or workplace. My special guest Alka Dhillon is adamant about how important it is to bring spirituality to work with you and to practice mindfulness there as well. Join us as we discuss how she was able to create an extremely successful Technology and Management Consulting business using these principles and why she is so passionate about spreading this message to others.
This radio show is one that has been asked for by many people.
During this radio show you will learn about the dynamics of narcissism in the workplace. Why narcissistic bosses and co-workers do what they do, and how they do it.
You will also learn about the crippling effect this has on others.
How can you take you power back in these situations? Listen to find out!
in Self Help
Life's Issues with Lloyd Rosen and his guest Robert Tremblay & Maxwell Ivey:
Robert Tremblay has been a Management Trainer nationally for 18 years before being diagnosed terminal and surviving after a near death experience that changed my life. Prior I was in Law Enforcement with my last position being named "the youngest chief of police in the country." I left Law Enforcement after various injuries and disillusionment after arresting the entire board of selectman and road agent in my town for conspiracy. Prior to this I was a decorated US Army Veteran. I have been a national Trainer and accredited speaker in sales management and spent many years traveling the country teaching. After my experience I have set a course on writing a book due out in the spring of 15 called "Twenty Seconds". I plan on advocating for my disease and starting a foundation to give back to various charities that assited me during my illness.
Maxwell Ivey a 48 year old totally blind gentleman who grew up in a family of carnival owners. All I ever wanted to do was to continue in my father’s and grandfather’s footsteps and be part of the family business. As you can tell by reading this that isn’t where I ended up. I did help in the business over the years, but couldn’t sustain it after the early death of my father from lung cancer. I then turned to helping people sell their amusement equipment. I do that on my other site the midway marketplace.
Chief Dennis Rubin is a rescue consultant, writer and teacher. In this series, he and his guests address the latest hot button issues in the fire service.
All across the United States there have been multiple assaults and deaths involving law enforcement that brings to question whether police officers are handling these situations properly before resulting to deadly force. It has been said that these issues have been going on for years, but because of multiple recent deadly incidents involving law enforcement, the conversation has grown and some situations has resulted in unpeaceful protests and riots. Whether it's the Michael Brown, Eric Garner, Darrin Manning, Tanisha Anderson or Tamir Rice incident. Only one of these incidents did not result in death, but it did result in a long term disadvantage. What should we as citizens know about how law enforcement should properly handle certain situations? Also, how do we move properly move on from these incidents without making them worse? Tune in as Mr. Yancey is joined live in the studio by Joddy Eric Matthews from Madwerkz Studios, on the phone by Bishop Maye of Pilgrim Church of Christ and head of the Midwestern district of PICO, and more as we discuss these incidents and where do we go from here. You can call in with your questions and comments at (914)338-0665. You can also watch them live in the studio on UStream at http://www.ustream.tv/channel/who-has-the-power-radio-network .
in Self Help
Welcome to Life’s Issues. Where each week we will be discussing issues that affect people on a daily basis, like Bullying, Depression, Suicide or for that matter whatever you’d like to talk about. I’m the host but, this is a show for you to call in and voice your concerns about what is bothering you.
On this week's episode we will discuss whether or not athletes should be discussing social issues that are going on in the news. Recently Pro Atheltes in the NBA, and NBA have been protesting the events in Ferguson and New York, and some say that as athlethes shouldn't voice their opinions. What do you think?