Show some love to your employees and boss

Join me as a share some thoughts about “how to show some love to your employees and boss” on Tuesday, February 14, 2012 at 11am PT. Call in with your questions, or listen from your computer.

No, this isn’t the love that is characterized as stolen moments in the file room! Rather, the love that is shared between coworkers and bosses that truly enjoy and love working with each other. It is possible to have good relationships at work!

Call in with your questions during the live show: (917) 932-1762.

Link to join the show: http://ow.ly/932BF

 

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Inspiring stories for Women’s History Month – Tue 3/1

In honor of Women’s History Month, join me on Tuesday, March 1st at 11am PT | 2pm ET as I share some inspiring stories of famous women.  You can listen online live or listen to the archives after the show: http://ow.ly/45CS8. During the live show, call in with any questions at: (917) 932-1762.

Here is my all time favorite quote by the incomparable Mother Teresa: “Let no one ever come to you without leaving happier.”

Sites referenced in call:
http://www.infoplease.com/spot/womensintro1.html
http://www.nwhp.org/whm/history.php
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mother_Teresa

Going virtual with workplace – Tue 1/18

Tim Hart of Hart Communications will be my guest to discuss the topic of “Going virtual with the workplace“.

Join us on Tuesday 1/18/11 at 12noon PT | 1pm MT | 2pm CT | 3pm ET by either calling in to (917) 932-1762, or listen from your computer. Feel free to ask a live question on the call, or in the chat room. If you’re not able to listen to the radio show at the broadcast time, you can return to that link and hear the archives from your computer or download to your iPod.

Since 2005, Tim Hart has owned Hart Communications, a PR and marketing firm serving clients in food & wine, health & wellness, nonprofit and professional services.  In 2010 Tim traded in his downtown office for world travel, conducting business from virtual offices and using online services. So far he’s worked from Ireland, Italy, France, Spain and the UK, while his clients, too, often were on the road in places including Italy, Argentina and Chile.

Contact info:
Tim Hart, Principal
Hart Communications
Web: www.hart-communications.com
Email: thart@hart-communications.com

 

Social media impact on workplace – Mon 8/2

Eve Mayer Orsburn will be my guest on Monday 8/2/10 to discuss “Social Media impact on workplace”. Join us on Monday 8/2 at 11am PT|12n MT|1pm CT|2pm ET at http://ow.ly/1GtFk. You can either call in to (917) 932-1762, or listen from your computer. Feel free to ask a live question on the call, or in the chat room. If you’re not able to listen to the radio show at the broadcast time, you can return to that link and hear the archives from your computer or download to your iPod.

Eve Mayer Orsburn is the CEO of Social Media Delivered, an interactive social media firm headquartered in Dallas, TX & Paris, France.  Her firm offers their diverse client base management, consulting, and training services, which bring social media strategy into their business/marketing campaigns.

Quote of the show:
“The only way to put out a social-media fire is with social-media water.” Ramon DeLeon, managing partner of six Domino’s stores in Chicago

Number of the show:
According to Flowtown of top 50 social companies, 69% Twitter users are male, with females making up only 30% of the Twitter users. Perhaps because the companies are male dominated technology companies?

Articles referred to on the radio show:
The Most Social Companies: http://www.flowtown.com/blog/which-companies-are-most-social?display=wide
Social Media quotes:  http://www.mirnabard.com/2010/04/99-favorite-social-media-quotes-and-tips/

Social Media Revolution is no joke. Check out this YouTube video that profoundly communicates impact of Social Media in all aspects of our lives:


Working mothers with Lori Gilson – Mon 6/14

Lori Gilson will be my guest on Monday 6/14 to discuss Working Mothers. Join us on Monday 6/14 at 11am PT|12n MT|1pm CT|2pm ET at http://ow.ly/1GtFk. You can either call in to (917) 932-1762, or listen from your computer. Feel free to ask a live question on the call, or in the chat room. If you’re not able to listen to the radio show at the broadcast time, you can return to that link and hear the archives from your computer or download to your iPod.

Lori Gilson is the Director of Marketing for SEO.com. Before joining SEO, she owned a real estate investment firm, was the director of Marketing at a securities firm, and participated on the board of directors for a national real estate association. She is active in the technology sector and is a member of the Women Tech Council, and the Utah Technology Council. She is an active mommy blogger (www.frickinmom.com) and enjoys spending time with her husband and three children. She also enjoys gardening, hiking and playing the piano.

Quote of the show:

“If evolution really works, how come mothers only have two hands?”  ~Milton Berle, actor and comedian

Number of the show: 5.1

About 5.1 percent of women (including 5.6 percent of women aged 20 to 24) were absent in the average week, compared with 2.7 percent of men.

Episode#2: Focusing on Strengths

It’s critical in today’s economy and business climate to make sure to find and communicate the value of your strengths to your team. Here’s a lesson learned from watching Celebrity Apprentice… read more at jenarmitstead.wordpress.com.

Link to the podcast: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/jobclubradio/2010/03/29/the-sequel-episode-ii

Links to articles covered in podcast:

Bloomberg: U.S. Economy: Spending Increases, Incomes Stagnate (Update1)
http://www.businessweek.com/news/2010-03-29/u-s-economy-consumer-spending-increases-as-incomes-stagnate.html 

Associated Press: Oil above $80 as traders look to US jobs data
http://www.google.com/hostednews/ap/article/ALeqM5i5TtajgUpSm7KY5jf-lCJGHBB-tAD9EO98GG1

Quote:
“Success is achieved by developing our strengths, not by eliminating our weaknesses.” – Marilyn vos Savant, Journalist

Number of the Week:
$25 billion – http://www.macnn.com/articles/10/03/29/executive.makes.list.of.30.most.respected.ceos/
The health of Steve Jobs may be extremely critical to Apple’s monetary worth, a new Barron’s report claims. Compiling its annual 30 Most Respected CEOs list, on which Jobs is present, the publication notes that stock value dropped when word came out of the CEO’s medical problems; the executive was forced to take a six-month leave of absence during 2009. Particularly considering that Apple’s market value recently topped $200 billion, Jobs’ life is estimated by Barron’s to be worth about $25 billion.”