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Leadership: How to Really Lead
Guest: Robin Sharma, bestselling author and leadership advisor.
What are the top reasons leaders lose their leadership abilities? Robin is ranked as one of the Top 5 leadership experts and is the celebrated author of 11 bestselling books on leadership, including The Leader Who Had No Title: A Modern Fable on Real Success in Business and in Life. Learn how to discipline yourself to positively influence others regardless of your title. More…

CEO's Perspective
Guest: Clint Greenleaf, the founder and CEO of Greenleaf Book Group.
What pressures does a CEO face that others don’t know? Greenleaf Book Group, an Inc 500 Company, is a leading publisher and distributor with several New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestsellers. Clint is also the author of The Unwritten Rules of the Workplace, A Guide to Etiquette and Attire for Businessmen. Learn how this CEO defines leadership. More...

Wellbeing: The Five Essential Elements
Guest: Dr. Jim Harter, chief scientist for Gallup’s international workplace management and wellbeing practices and the co-author of the New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestseller, Wellbeing: The Five Essential Elements. What prompted Gallup to engage in wide-scale research to assess the wellbeing of people worldwide? Learn the five elements of wellbeing. More…

Guest: Sophia A. Nelson, author of Black Woman Redefined which examines the inner lives of accomplished black women.
How do you “redefine” the rules for 21st Century success? As one of only a handful of African American female national opinion writers and political/cultural pundits, Sophia contributes to The Washington Post, CNN Opinion, NPR, and is featured regularly on all of the major networks (ABC, CBS, NBC) as well as Cable outlets such as CNN, MSNBC, FOX, and BET.  Learn how to break common stereotypes. More…

Defining Leadership Success
Guest: 
Craig S. Belnap the former President of Alcoa Architectural Products—a $350M business with operations in the US and France.
How do you define success as a leader?  Learn some of the biggest challenges leaders face and what characteristics are required to deal with them.  More…

Guests: Dr. Dave Ulrich and Dr. Wendy Ulrich, authors of The Why of Work.
We all seek a sense of purpose, contribution, connection, value, and hope through our work, this is what drives us and keeps us engaged. Learn what motivates your employees and how to create leaders that will change the workplace.  More…

Beyond Workplace Wellness
Guest: Diane Wiesenthal, Vice President, People and Organizational Services for the Canadian Wheat Board.
Diane has led the human resource function of the CWB to be consistently recognized as a strategic and innovative leader in its HR programs. Learn how to get senior leader buy-in for your wellness initiatives. More…

Guest: Harvey Mackay author of six New York Times bestsellers including Swim With the Sharks Without Being Eaten Alive and his newest book, The Mackay MBA of Selling in the Real World.
How do you get the job you want and keep the one you love? Harvey is a nationally syndicated columnist for United Feature Syndicate with weekly articles appearing in 100 newspapers and magazines around the country. So what is the secret for getting hired today? Learn what our down economy demands of salespeople more than anything else and learn the elements of effective networking.  More...

Blind Spots
Guest: Alexandra Levit, the author of Blind Spots.
Tired of reading silly theories and platitudes dispensed by business and career authors? Learn the biggest myth being told.   More…

Guest: Steven Smith the author of Egonomics and BusinessThink.
How much does an out of control ego cost an organization? Voted as one of the top 100 business thought-leaders in the country, Steven’s work has been adopted by several universities across the country as an example of what the real business world is about.  Learn the warning signs that ego could be affecting us in a negative way.  More…

Guest: Jim Kouzes, the coauthor with Barry Posner of the award-winning and best-selling book, The Leadership Challenge, one of the 100 best business books of all time.
Why is credibility the foundation for leadership? Jim is also the coauthor of the award-winning Credibility: How Leaders Gain and Lose It, Why People Demand It, which was chosen by Industry Week as one of the ten best management books of the year.  Learn the six disciplines for earning & sustaining credibility. More…

Guest: Traci Fenton the Founder and CEO of WorldBlu, Inc.
How does a company become a more democratized workplace? As a leading expert in organizational democracy, Traci is recognized as one of the business thought-leaders of her generation as well as of the next generation of business. Learn what can be done to change a workplace from toxic to a non-toxic, sound environment. More…

Leadership: Lessons Learned
Guests:
Steve Keating, manager of selling skills for the Toro Company, author Dave Carpenter and author & speaker Ted Coiné.
Why is fear-based leadership still so pervasive in the workplace? Together they discuss the topic of leadership and the importance of emotional intelligence. Learn what today’s biggest obstacle to great leadership is. More…

Guest: Shevaun Voisin, Owner and Publisher of MOTIVATED Magazine.
What does it take to become more successful in life? Shevaun is passionate about challenging widely accepted beliefs concerning pursuing a life of mediocre success versus passionate significance, and is dedicated to mirroring back the beauty and greatness of others. Learn if there actually are trends when it comes to the obstacles people face. More…

Guest: Mary Taylor DeChambres, Emmy® Award winner for Outstanding Picture Editing for Reality Programming.
Can recognition ceremonies in all industries be held to the high standards of the Oscars® and Emmy’s®? Hear how a TV studio is much the same as most workplaces, and what stands out as being uniquely different. Walk with Mary on the red carpet to learn how much it really means to an individual to receive an award of this magnitude. More…

The M-factor: Dealing with a Millennial Generation in the Workplace
Guests: 
David Stillman, author of The M-factor: Dealing with a Millennial Generation in the Workplace and key contributor, Debra Fiterman.
Organizations now struggle with how to connect with four distinct generations. Learn the trends leaders need to be ready for when the 76 million Millennials show up on the job. More…

Guest: Vineet Nayar, CEO of the $2.3 billion HCL Technologies Ltd Companies.
Accepting the Employee's First and Customer's Second philosophy has helped Vineet drive growth in the IT Services industry. Learn how this profound change of view can work at your organization. More…

Guest: Tim Sanders, New York Times and international business best-selling author.
Tim will examine the external relationship between a business and society. Organizations grappling with a toxic culture can go beyond making a profit to making a difference. Learn how Fortune 500 executives follow corporate social responsibility and sustainability principles and still make a profit. More…
 
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