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Talking Your Way to the Top – Advanced Presenting Techniques

You’re a solid speaker, fairly adept presenter, but now you are moving up into the big leagues. You are called before CEOs, Boards of Directors, and Congressional committees – an impatient, sophisticated audience that doesn’t tolerate mediocrity even slightly. Host…

Career Fulfillment: Reshaping Work Attitudes & Performance

Do you cross your workplace threshold, shouldering a crushing load of judgment, posturing, competition, politics, and trying to meet other people’s goals? Alas, that puts you in the majority. But you deserve a lot better and noted coach Jonas Altman…

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Offbeat Tricks of Leadership

This episode is YOUR opportunity to let your managerial expertise win you some straight Cash from The Art of the CEO.  When you lead/manage a team or a company, every day presents a problem that is out of the norm.  Host…

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Impossible People How to Fix’em or Nix’ em

They are in your face all the time: those poisonous personalities who torpedo the team, undermine your achievement, and take the fun & profit out of your workday. How do you handle or just plain squash these toxic folks? Host…

Education’s Turn-around Expert: What’s Needed Now

Laura Doherty, President/CEO of the Baltimore Curriculum Project is the person you call when you want to take a failing school, with failing students, and turn it around into an enthusiastic temple of learning, filled with eager, achieving students. Host…

The Man Who Talks Nations Out of War

Conflict: everyone wants it resolved first, in here/his own favor – and peacefully, if possible. Everyone except Dr. Andrea Bartoli, international peace negotiator who with amazing success brings warring factions to the table and hammers out solutions with peace as…

Youth Must Be Served – Here’s How

Inner-city, socially disadvantaged young people – government says they need computers. Schools say they need college. But Trenton NJ-based serial social entrepreneur Bruce Boyd is wiser. Bruce knows the need is to cultivate character, and to expose them to the…

Charities’ Survival Guide in Covid Times

Tosha Anderson, founder of The Charity CFO, lays out for charities & non-profits the mandatory adaptations, where new funding sources lie, how to woo and maintain business sponsorships, and an array of new, vital fiscal tools.