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The Steve Jobs Way: iLeadership for a New Generation
March 17, 2011 10:08 AM PDT

Jay Elliot, a former Apple Senior Vice President and confidante of Steve Jobs, provides a rare inside glimpse into this iconic CEO and the organization Jobs built into one of the most successful technology companies in the world.

Jay answers the following questions with Jaynie Smith during this Radio interview:

1)What was your relationship like with Steve during the early days at Apple?
2)He has a reputation for sometimes being a very abrasive colleague. Did you ever have problems working with him?
3)Are there sides to Steve Jobs that you think the public has never seen?
4)What are some of the management traits you admire about him?
And More!

Disciplined Dreaming: A Proven System to Drive Breakthrough Creativity
March 16, 2011 10:39 AM PDT

Jaynie Smith interviews Josh Linkner, the Founder, Chairman and former CEO of the largest interactive promotion agency in the world, ePrize. They discuss the importance of creativity in the business world.

Josh answers the following questions:
1)What role does creativity play in helping the USA compete successfully in the global economy?
2) Where do you think our education system needs to go to help us compete globally?
3) What are some of the most commonly held myths about being creative?
4) What are your three favorite brainstorming techniques?
And More!

I Found a Job! Career Advice from Job Hunters Who Landed on Their Feet.
March 16, 2011 08:18 AM PDT

Marcia Pounds is a columnist for the South Florida Sun Sentinel where she writes about careers and the job market.

Jaynie Interviews Marcia about her new book "I Found A Job!". Marcia discusses innovative ways professionals were able to find a job during a down economy. She delves into what employers are looking for in a candidate, and how job hunters can use her book as a guide to gain employment. If you are still searching for a job, this podcast is not one to miss!

How to get more leads and sales from your business’ website
March 16, 2011 08:00 AM PDT

Geoff Wilson is President and CEO of 352 Media Group, the company he started 13 years ago out of a dorm room at the University of Florida.

Jaynie Smith interviews Geoff on the topic of gaining leads via your website. Websites are not just online brochures anymore, they are a tool businesses are using to increase their leads and sales. Geoff will give you insight on how to increase traffic to your website, generate leads, and how designing your website can be a crucial tool to how leads funnel in. Do not miss out on these great tips for using your website as your number one marketing tool.

Getting it Done on the Leadership Road
March 16, 2011 07:51 AM PDT

Dr. Robert Preziosi is a professor of management and Department Chair of Management with the Wayne Huizenga School of Business and Entrepreneurship at Nova Southeastern University.

Jaynie Smith interviews him regarding his new book - The Leadership Road. Dr. Preziosi answers the questions: 1)What is the leadership road that you are always talking about? 2)How do your ideas about “Leadership 2015; You Want Me to Do What?” tie into the Road? 3)What kind of people will be successful on the Road? 4)Are there any behavior tendencies that leaders will require? 5)How will we know if leaders have been successful in developing? 6)How will organizations benefit from this overhaul of our leadership paradigm?

What in the World is Going On: An Intelligence Briefing for CEOs
March 16, 2011 07:40 AM PDT

Herb Meyer is host and producer of The Siege of Western Civilization, a DVD outlining the threats to our security, our economy, and our culture that became an international best-seller.

In his interview with Jaynie Smith, Herb outlines why Egypt suddenly exploded, what's likely to happen next in the Mideast, and also gives insight to why he feels the world is getting richer, not poorer. Don't miss out in this insightful and controversial interview!

Competitive Advantages in the Travel Business
March 16, 2011 07:26 AM PDT

Ashish Sanghrajka, President of Big Five Tours & Expeditions, interviews with Jaynie Smith about the benefit he has received from communicating his competitive advantages. Even during low points in the recession, Ashish indicates that using his competitive advantages in his company's marketing efforts helped keep his company profitable. Learn what competitive advantages Ashish used to beat his competition in the travel business.

Most Common Issues of Employees vs. Managers in Today's Business
February 03, 2011 01:03 PM PST

Sandy Pierce, the Executive Director of Executive Education at the Hudson Institute located at Nova Southeastern University, discusses with Jaynie L. Smith the most common issues she hears within the business world today. She also delves into how companies overcome the challenges of leadership and employee engagement.

Best Business Practices for Adjusting to Today's Social Media and Technology Boom
February 03, 2011 01:43 PM PST

The printing industry has been hit hard by today's growing technological advances and online media. Jaynie L. Smith interviews Don Mader, the CEO of Southeastern Printing, and discusses how he has been able to keep his company profitable in an industry where many companies are going under. Don will let you in on how he has adjusted his company to today's technology, why printing will still be vital in the marketing world, and how he has thought outside of the box to ensure clients continue to come back.

What Separates the Winners from Losers in Today's Business World?
February 03, 2011 12:30 PM PST

Welcome back Ian MacDougall as he sits down with Jaynie L. Smith and discusses what separated those who have succeeded through the recession, and those who have not. Ian and Jaynie give advice on how to succeed in 2011. Ian MacDougall is the Founder of Corporate LifeCycles Inc. - a consulting firm which specializes in large-scale organizational change – including lifecycle diagnosis, organization mission, values, strategy, structure, accountability and reward systems.

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