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  • 00:23

    America’s Antiquated Air Traffic Control System

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    Did you know when you text someone that you’ve landed at the airport, you’re using far more advanced technology than your plane’s air traffic controller?  It’s a shameful fact that some of the methods they rely on today have not changed since the 1930’s. Over 60 countries – including all the developed nations - have modernized their systems but ours is stuck in the past thanks to politics and special interest turf wars.
    To find out why, I asked Bob Poole.  Bob is America's foremost expert on private sector solutions to transportation issues. He’s advised virtually every presidential administration since Ronald Reagan’s and is the founder of and director of transportation policy at Reason Foundation.
    A better, safer air traffic control system could be right at our fingertips and the controllers themselves want those changes to happen. But progress is in a holding pattern until we demand that Congress act. Enough is enough.
    Join us as we discuss common sense solutions to this long-neglected problem.

  • 01:03

    Episode One: Introducing the Performance I Create Podcast

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    A new era begins for the Performance I Create team!  Sarah Williams, SPHR (@thebuzzonhr) & Kyle Jones (@kylemj6977) team-up to co-host the #PICHRSHOW.
    The Performance I Create Podcast is based on the website of the same name which consists of 12 HR professionals who share their knowledge and unique experiences about work, human resources, and life. The focus is on process improvement and, well,...performance. Our podcasts will offer more insight into our thoughts, lives and methods of operation. And of course, we are going to have a great time discussing what's really important in the real world today.
    This episode features the first installment of HR Buzz Topics. Sarah and Kyle welcome Dave Ryan, Tiffany Kuehl, and Heather Kinzie to the Buzz Topics Table.  
     

  • 00:21

    How to Conduct Originator’s Coaching Sessions to Get Buy-in and Improve Sales

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    All managers know how important coaching is in improving sales production, but how to do it effectively is not well understood. This episode discusses why managers should coach but also how to conduct a meaningful coaching impact conversation; how to make the conversation a safe conversation; and  how to get the originator to “own the answer”.

  • 00:30

    Studying for your PMP while working a full-time job!

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    We have the distinct pleaure of introducing our latest PMP (PROJECT MANAGEMENT PROFESSIONAL) to our network community. Susan Landry, PMP comes to us from many years in the banking industry. Her goal for achieving the PMP was to learn how to better manage and interact with her team and to get successful results on several criticalprojects. You will learn her approaches for getting it all done - studying, family responsibilities, work obligations , and still making time for her summer vacations.
    Susan will share best tips for finishing your training, getting your applications accomplished, and delivering successful results on the PMP Exam. She will be transparent in her details on what did not work and how to avoid those problems.
    You will be suprised at her bright idea moments that lead her to being most ready for her exam.
    Come onto the call to answer questions.
    Listen to the recording to note special evetns that may even work for your study plan
     
     
     
     

  • 00:32

    Sales Leadership with Marsha Jones, the right stuff

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    Diversity In Selling host David Tyson discusses selling in a multicultural America with Regional VP of Sales Marsha Jones. Marsha is a 20 year sales leader with Grainger.
    Block out 20 minutes and listen to this edition of Diversity In Selling!
     
     

  • 00:31

    RJ Milnor, Talent Analytics Lead, Chevron

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    Over the past 15 years, RJ Milnor has emerged as one of the most accomplished consultants and practitioners in the fields of talent planning, analytics, and reporting.  His career has taken him from the Corporate Executive Board (CEB), where he contributed to and presented leading-edge research, to Citrix, Equifax, and now Chevron.  At Chevron he leads enterprise-wide talent analytics.  He consequently spends much of his time serving as a researched-based talent advisor to executives across the globe.  He's particularly involved in strategic business planning of which talent considerations (related costs, mobility, recruiting needs, etc.) play an integral part.  RJ's efforts are an outstanding example of not only getting a seat at the leadership table, but having a table they want to visit and contribute to on frequent, recurring basis.  In this session RJ and Al explore emerging opportunities for people/talent analytics and how these opportunities, if realized, will affect the employee experience as well as how leaders forecast and formulate talent-related strategies.

  • 00:31

    Robin Kinnie: Making a Mark, Making a Difference, Making a Community of Voices

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    Robin Kinnie is a woman making history. And it's happening not just in the Motor City - but worldwide. 
    Her company, The Kinnie Media Group,LLC launched an internet radio station, Motor City Woman Radio Network, the only station dedicated to inspiration, motivation and information that helps women lead more fulfilling lives. No radio station exists that solely strives to serve women with smart, lively conversation. The station features an all-female lineup of show hosts. Shows range from career and personal development to entrepreneurship and spiritual growth.
    She is a wife, mom and career woman. And women like her are always in need of tools, resources and information that help them in all aspects of their life. Robin Kinnie, an avid talk radio fan, couldn’t locate a show that spoke to her interests and goals. She said she didn’t want one show or one segment dedicated to women. She wanted an entire station but couldn’t find one so she created it.
    Kinnie has been hosting events, sharing positive information through an active social media presence and partnering with organizations and initiatives dedicated to helping women since 2015 and now the Network can make a greater impact worldwide. 
    For more information about Motor City Woman Radio Networ, events and news and to listen live or download the mobile app log on to http://www.motorcitywoman.com

  • 00:31

    The Universal Language of Project Management - Session 1 - Multi-Media

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    The concepts of project management can be utilized universally across vertically integrated industries. Operations manager, Tanesha Bokally, will moderate a three session discussion that will explore best practices, team structures, and management tips.
    March Multi-Media (Session 1), April Construction (Session 2), and May Facilities (Session 3) with subject matter experts.  This conversation is in congruence with #bomaqtalk meetup. 
    Join today!  http://www.meetup.com/BOMAQ-Building-Owner-Manager-Administrator-Quality-SA/
    View Slide Presentation:  http://www.slideshare.net/Urbanetectonics/the-universal-language-of-project-management-session-1-multimedia

  • 00:18

    Is Your Business Thriving or Barely Standing?

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    About 20 years ago, Steve Goldstein coined the term “Playing Not To Lose” to help his employees and clients understand that it’s important to always strive for a new level of success -- not just to do the bare minimum needed to stay afloat. In today’s episode of Driving Change, Steve explains how Playing Not To Lose applies to businesses today, and why winning leaders motivate and empower their employees to share a similar mindset.

  • 02:44

    The Video Has Been Released, What Do You Now Think Happened To Ken'neka Jenkins?

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    The Video Has Been Released, What Do You Now Think Happened To Ken'neka Jenkins?

  • 00:25

    The Equifax Data Breach

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    Honey invites Chad Knutson back to the studio to talk about the Equifax data breach. How did it happen? Could it happen again? How does it affect me? How do I protect my information? Chad also talks about implementing a business plan to prevent such a breach from happening at your institution and about the opportunity your bank or credit union has to help customers or members take appropriate action.
    About our Guest
    Chad Knutson is a co-founder and Senior Information Security Consultant for SBS CyberSecurity, a premier cybersecurity consulting and audit firm dedicated to making a positive impact on the banking and financial services industry, and has served as President of the SBS Institute since 2013. Chad maintains his CISSP, CISA, and CRISC certifications, and received his Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems and his Master of Science in Information Assurance from Dakota State University.
    Chad is dedicated to educating industry professionals about cybersecurity. While consulting with financial institutions, he saw the need to empower employees to be better prepared to confidently handle cybersecurity threats, create and manage strong information security programs, and understand ever-changing regulations at their institution. He was a driving force in the development of the SBS Institute certification program, which is uniquely designed to serve the banking industry by providing banking specific, role-based certifications cyber education. The SBS Institute has grown to include over ten certifications and State Association partners in over 30 states.