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FAST TRACK Your Way Onto The Biggest Business & Finance TV Shows

Annie Jennings PR is on the hunt for top-level authors and experts who wish to appear in the highest levels of publicity and media opportunities Would be seen on big TV help your career? Would it land you more speaking events or more consulting [...]
The 2025 Leadership Crisis In Corporate America

Podcast: The 2025 Leadership Crisis In Corporate America

Listen Here: Dr. Nanette Miner is the Founder of and Managing Consultant for The Training Doctor, which helps companies develop their workforce. Dr. Miner says that with Baby Boomers retiring and Gen X being a MUCH smaller generation, corporate [...]

Publicity: What Do CEOs Want?

What do CEOs want? From power to prestige to recognition and appreciation for all of their hard work over the years, CEOs share one ideal, they truly want to help make the world a better place. Using their wisdom, credentials and experience [...]
CEO of YOU-5 Things Even the Highest Leaders Don't Know

Podcast: CEO of YOU-5 Things Even the Highest Leaders Don’t Know

Listen Here: Dr. Andrew Wittman is a Leadership Expert and author of Ground Zero Leadership: CEO of You, and he reveals five insider secrets about stress control and conflict management that even the highest levels of leadership don’t know! CEO [...]
Innovative Leadership

Pocast: Innovative Leadership

Listen Here: Akpowene Jude Kakpovbia is the Senior Consultant and an Expert in Leadership Strategies, Team Building, Team Growth, Team Success and Personal Development. We’ll be discussing his new book Innovative Leadership.  Innovative [...]
Being a Leader with Courage

Podcast: Being a Leader with Courage

Listen Here: Lee Eisenstaedt is the Founder and CEO of Value Drivers, LLC. Lee interviewed 30 CEOs for his second book, Being A Leader With Courage:  How To Succeed In Your C-level Position In 18 Months Or Less. He sought to understand the [...]
Podcast: The Reluctant CEO

Podcast: The Reluctant CEO

Listen Here: John Calia is an executive coach, leadership speaker, business consultant and writer of the popular blog “Who Will Lead?” In his entrepreneurial career, he led three companies as CEO and is author of the book, The Reluctant [...]

Lessons from the Purple Rain, Advocacy for Social Justice

As the world mourns the untimely death of Prince, we all can reflect on his life, music, and artistry. Many of us grew up with “Let’s Go Crazy,” or turned a devilish smile with “Darling Nikki.’ Yet there are lessons to be learned about [...]
Podcast: The Commodity Mindset

Podcast: The Commodity Mindset

Listen Here: Laurence Haughton is a leadership and strategy author of six smart, creative books like It’s not the Big that Eat the Small… It’s the Fast that Eat the Slow – How to make speed your competitive advantage. Haughton dives [...]
Organizational Leadership

Organizational Leadership

Here’s top ten tips for organizational leaders who want to create a resilient organization: Three judges, professional dancers, and a cast of celebrities strategically work together each week to learn a new routine on the television program, [...]

Podcast: Be UNSTOPPABLE

Listen Here: Business Growth strategist, Kelly Roach, is the author of the new book, Unstoppable: 9 Principles for Unlimited Success in Business and Life where she breaks down the top lessons she’s learned throughout her award-winning [...]

Game Over—Huddle Up!

One of the most meaningful meetings is after the game. Whether you won or lost matters little to this gathering, because this is the moment you can evaluate and learn about what worked and your failures. Learning opportunities are your gift; [...]

Are You a Star Quarterback on a Winning Team?

The position of your team members is a part of your plan that you need to carefully define. Team roles are important to fulfill accurately so you have all the coverage you need for the abilities you desire. Each step of your action plan will [...]

Your Cheerleaders the Chanteuses of Encouragement

Creative people need to isolate for a great part of their work, but it isn’t always a good practice. Sometimes you need to be in the graceful presence of another person to feel yourself in their reflection. Everyone needs cheerleaders. Assemble [...]

Dink and Dunk for Masterful Team

A great practice is about asking powerful questions. In my book Ask Power Questions: A Practical Guide to Help You Get What You Want in Business, Life and Friendship, I share my 17 Strategies to Help You Formulate Power Questions. One of a series, [...]

How to Draft a Winning Team

To make your team a winner you’ll need to isolate and assemble the attributes that lead to success. Who are the people that work hard to help you succeed? Where and how do you engage your team members? Do you meet in coffee shops, online, [...]

What’s Your Quarterback Cadence

Hut-one, hut-two? For your team to function well, good communication is absolutely necessary. In my book Ask Power Questions: A Practical Guide to Help You Get What You Want in Business, Life, and Friendship, I share the skills of working with [...]

Know Your Team

You need at least one expert team to help you achieve your goals, and you may need many to reach success. Think about all the teams you have in place now. Your work, doctor’s office, grocery store, coffee shop all function as teams that serve [...]

Four Personal Keys to Kick Off Your Year

It’s easy to kick off your year focusing on the big stuff you want to accomplish. You’ll find plenty of encouragement to make vast goals so you can attain great things, but as a coach I know that making big goals alone usually ends up [...]

What Sports Taught Me about My Business Plan and Yearly Goals

You’ve probably read plenty of headlines hawking that you need to plan your year wisely with success in mind. You’re told to make new resolutions that fix challenges, and you’ve heard the pumped up messages intended to inspire change [...]

Speak Up About Something: Courage To Create Good In The World

Henry David Thoreau said, “The masses of men (and women) live lives of quiet desperation.” That equates to the fact that most people lack the courage or incentive to get involved with the great events of life within their communities, states [...]

Can We Keep Calm In Every Situation Nowadays?

The internet meme of the British World War II slogan, “Keep Calm and Carry On” has morphed into any number of amusing applications. The latest I saw was “Keep Calm and Have a Tarot Reading”!  Is it really possible to keep calm in any [...]

Podcast: Increase Team Performance In 4 Simple Steps

Listen Here: Donald Hunter MBA, is the founder of a business coaching and consulting firm that creates solutions for teams to increase performance. As leadership coach, he implements four simple steps to help his clients boost productivity. Increase [...]

Podcast: Using Conflict To Increase Productivity & Innovation

Listen Here: Lynne Eisaguirre is a workplace and leadership expert, former employment attorney and author of six books on workplace topics, including the Power of a Good Fight:  How to Embrace Conflict to Drive Productivity, Creativity, and [...]

Podcast: Disruptive Leadership Is A Good Thing

Listen Here: Fortune 500 Corporate Talent Expert, Speaker & Consultant, Angela Nuttle, is the author of From Invisible to Incredible: The Secret to Brilliant Executive Presence joins us today to discuss disruptive leadership and why it’s [...]

Podcast: The Risk You Don’t Know Can Hurt Your Biz

Listen Here: Tom Bullen is with Premier Risk Management, the risk management advisory arm of AETHOS Consulting Group, a hospitality focused executive search and human capital services firm. AETHOS speaks with hospitality companies around the [...]

Podcast: Bring Order To Chaos At Work

Listen Here: Katharine Halpin is the CEO and founding principal of The Halpin Companies, and an expert in bringing order to chaos. She works with CEOs, leaders and their teams. Katharine is the author of Alignment for Success: Bringing [...]

Podcast: Biggest Challenge Facing Businesses Today

Listen Here: Barney Kramer is the President of Strategic Management and an experienced leadership trainer and coach who gives us his insights into the Current and Growing Leadership Crisis and what it takes to meet this challenge. Biggest [...]

What Sarah Palin and Lebron James Have in Common . . . Sort Of

I admit it. I had a lot of problems with Sarah Palin. What I had the most problems with her was when she was running for Vice President of this country. It was her attitude about education and elitism that ‘got me”. With her degree from [...]

Podcast: The Loneliness of Leadership

Listen Here: Executive search professional, Keith Kefgen, is often referred to as a “king maker.”  Recruiting C-Suite leaders for hospitality companies over the last two decades has given Keith an insight into what makes leaders tick. [...]

Podcast: How To Finance Your Business

Listen Here: David Waring is the co-founder and editor at FitSmallBusiness.com a site that helps small business owners choose the right products and services for their business. How To Finance Your Business What’s the most common mistake [...]

Podcast: How To Be A Successful Thinker

Listen Here: Corey Jahnke is a high-performance coach, speaker and author of The Successful Thinker, a simple story that reveals the 7 Laws Of 21St Century Leadership and the strategies and tactics that Successful Thinkers use to create [...]

Hillary Rodham Clinton and Carly Fiorina: A Tale of Two Women – Choose Your Own Resume Now

Much has been and will be written about Hillary Rodham Clinton. Even the Rodham that popped up after she was encased in the White House . . . the first time. A closer look at Hillary Clinton and Carly Fiorina gives us a tale of two women who [...]

Podcast: Improve Your Business by Being Customer-centric

Listen Here: Rob Bellenfant is the founder and CEO of TechnologyAdvice, which is a company that helps businesses find the right technology solution for their needs, and helps business technology vendors find the customers for their products. [...]

Excusing Bad Behavior in the Office?

Layla was working on a project that required the input of two other offices. She needed data from the research office, and also promotional materials from the institution’s marketing division. She was on a deadline, but still needed to move [...]