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    Small Biz Talk Radio with guest Eric Collier

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    We're talking with Business Coach Eric Collier, who specializes in helping employees through transitions.

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    Dave Wilens - Growing Rainmakers

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    Dave Wilens is in the business of Growing Rainmakers and is going to talk about the Best Practices to Impact Top Line Revenue. Impact Sales Coach is a sales consulting, training and coaching company. Over the past 12 years they have improved the sales results for over 40 companies that range in size from 2 Million to a Billion in revenue. These companies range in industries from Food Services, Construction, Manufacturing, IT Consulting, Logistics, Banks & Financial Advisors… to various NFL, NBA and Collegiate Sports Marketing Teams. Impact Sales Coach works with company’s that are needing to focus on new businesses development, growing existing customers into deeper partnerships or transitioning existing clients to the next generation of rainmakers. The type of industry doesn’t matter… according t [...]

  • 00:43

    The Father of HR Tech: Bill Kutik

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    ~ July Series: HR Tech Round-Up ~
    Brought to you by Dovetail Software
    Bill Kutik stops by HR Latte episode 59
    HR Latte chats with Bill Kutik, Host and Managing Editor of "Firing Line with Bill Kutik", to talk about Firing Line and what's happening in HR Technology today.  Kutik is widely recognized as the Father of HR Technology, having been the Founding Co-Chairman of the HR Technology Conference and Exhibition, now in it's 18th year. 
    Join us for a quick impact conversation about HR tech today in this preview designed to prep HR Professionals for the upcoming 18th Annual HR Technology Conference and Exhibition in Las Vegas.
    HR Latte is a fast-paced, quick hit show where you can expect not only surprises but the information you need to know for success in the world of talent management.
    Follow the action on Twitter:
    Bill Kutik - @BillKutik @HRLatte @Ray_anne
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  • 00:32

    Building the Coca-Cola of Natural Foods - Interview with Chris Reed,CEO, Reed's

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    Chris Reed took his interest in ginger and brewing to build this multi-million dollar company that he took public.He found the health benefits of ginger and a recipe from the18th century to develop a company that makes ginger soda and many other products.    How did he carve out a niche in the soft drinks industry?  Does it make sense for a midsize company to go public?  How do you tap into a national distributor network that can help grow sales?  How did he use one simple insight about the ownership to acquire multiple companies with strong products?  Listen to this 30 minute conversation and find out how you can apply many of these insights in your business.

  • 00:30

    Pride and Ownership: Fire Service Traditions, Part 7

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    Rick Lasky and Glenn Corbett continue their discussion of fire service history and traditions. In this episode they discuss the significance of Ben Franklin on American firefighting and fire protection, steam engines, the development of the aerial ladder, and more. This episode originally aired on January 21, 2008.

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    Former MillerCoors CIO Karen Alber Advises Emerging Leaders to Lead with Courage

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    For our inaugural radio podcast, we’re excited to introduce one of our very own leadership coaches, Karen Alber, former CIO at MillerCoors and HJ Heinz. We cover a plethora of juicy leadership development topics in this episode, including:
    What is “leading with courage?” What “conventional wisdom” about leadership is just plain wrong? What is the #1 reason leaders FAIL? Where do you find the courage to make hard decisions and have difficult conversations? What helps you “lead with integrity” when the pressure is on? Can you become a leader, without being a shameless self-promoter? Can difficult business decisions co-exist with fairness? Can leaders be too compassionate? This Lead with Courage podcast is sponsored by The Integreship Group. We provide resources, advice, tips and techniques from seasoned leaders on navigating difficult people dynamics for managers who want to lead with integrity. We go where no one else does – right to the heart of the tough stuff!
     
     

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    Why Work Saturdays?

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    Most dentists are closed on Friday's and would never think about being open on a Saturday. Would patients even show up on a Saturday? 


    In this show Mike, Max and Jonathan discuss the benefits of having saturday hours. If you are having trouble getting new patients to come see you then you must hear what the guys at Dental Doc Talk Radio have to say about it. 


     

  • 00:32

    Be a Value Creator - Build a Sustainable Business - ZFactor

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    What is a Value Creator? How does one become a Value Creator? Those are the two questions most people have when they look at the ZFactor Sales Framework or ZMap, as we call it.
    This is the fourth show in a series of five shows as we walk through each phase of a sales professional's career. We guarantee you will think about things differently after one of our shows. Then, it's up to you to act differently if you want to achieve higher levels of success.

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    Project Management "vs" Business Analysis

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    KPS is excited to host the #PMChat Pre-Game show from 11:30-11:45am (EST) each Friday. This week, we will cover the often confused or misaligned tandem of the Project Manager & Business Analyst.  We are honored to have guests Vicki James & Elizabeth Larson join us for this show.   Project Management Chat (#PMChat) is a weekly discussion hosted by Robert Kelly and Rob Prinzo, on Twitter, each Friday from 12-1pm (EST).  The topics will focus on Project Management & Leaderships techniques, best practices, and so on.  In addition to both Rob's being named to the Top 10 Up & Coming Project Managers on Twitter, their partnership offers nearly 30 years of diverse experience to the #PMChat participants.    Join us for the Pre-Game show as we talk wth various guests about this weeks topic. 

  • 00:27

    Can A Playa Play - the Pre-show

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    I'm scheduling this show at 05:00 pm, Eastern Standard Time, a  half hour before the real show of "Can a Playa Play" starts at 05:30 pm Eastern Standard Time because the real show at 05:30 pm only lasts an hour.
     
    Can a Playa Play has been getting a following of regular callers lately but the hour goes by too damn quickly, thus, this show today will now appear.
     
    Some of my fan base has not yet learned of Tony's & KDiddy's show yet, so I want to let you guys know of its existence and join in and see how we intertwine the lively discussion of relationships & politics seamlessly. .

  • 00:49

    Take-A-Lesson with Steven McIntosh - CIO

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    Steven McIntosh sitsdown with Annalisa Adams-Qualtiere, President of Altruistic Leadership and Monika Brooks to discuss his leadership journey on Take-A-Lesson. 
    Get to know Steve
    Steven McIntosh is the Chief Information Officer for TechSoup Global. TechSoup Global is a nonprofit organization that provides technology resources and knowledge to NGOs around the world.  He manages a team of 50+ full-time employees (Software Engineering, QA, Infrastructure and Project Management) with interfaces to development teams in Warsaw and London.
    Steven understands the importance that IT has on the bottom line. Working with all the company’s groups, Steven and his team identify opportunities, structure IT solutions and deliver measurable returns to the business. The prior 15 years, he held numerous roles including Vice President of Information Technology for Sega of America. While in the position Steven led key projects in applications and infrastructure that exposed business processes and provided the opportunity to optimize the organization’s overall operations.
    Steven has been featured in publications such as InformationWeek and speaks at numerous events educating others on “How to apply technology to business problems and apply solutions.  
    Active in community service, Steven served on the Board of Directors of American Red Cross. He has also served on Novell Customer Council, the Avotus Customer Advisory Board, was a founding member of CIO Magazine’s Executive Council and was a Board member of the Santa Rosa United Soccer Club.
    Steven earned his bachelor’s degree in engineering from Harvard University. He received his M.B.A. in Finance from the Stanford Graduate School of Business.
    Please join us in welcoming Steven McIntosh to Take-A-Lesson!

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