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Economic Forecast for 2011 with Alan Beaulieu - One of the Country's Most Informed Economist
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February 03, 2011 12:10 PM PST

Alan Beaulieu provides economic forecasts with 96% accuracy so companies can
improve their performance and profits. Learn the answers to: 1) How will the tax law changes impact the economy and businesses? 2) Will bank lending be picking up speed in 2011? 3)Should businesses be concerned about inflation? 4) What is the most important thing for business leaders to keep in front of them in 2011?

Total Accountability in the Workplace with Mike Scott
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February 03, 2011 11:58 AM PST

Mike Scott believes that any time invested in training must provide information that has immediate and applicable take-home value. Leverage of “information-to-application” is what he stresses. Learn how to manage accountability in the workplace, especially at a time where less people are doing more work. He gives great tips and advice on easier and faster ways to get tasks done for your business.

Why service fails to rank higher on the list of corporate priorities
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December 16, 2010 01:18 PM PST

Jaynie L. Smith interviews Raul Pupo, author of America's Service Meltdown. Raul discusses the importance of good customer service, and why so many corporations fail at making service a top priority. Learn the answers to:
1. Is there a way that the organization can quantify the cost of poor service?
2. What are the potential consequences for the organization that fails to focus on the customer?
3. What approach would you recommend a corporation take in order to improve its service posture?

How to Provide the Best Leadership Communication in Your Organization
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December 16, 2010 01:07 PM PST

Jaynie L. Smith interviews Myles Martel, President and CEO of Martel & Associates. He is one of the world’s premier leadership communication advisors. He came to national prominence in 1980 as Ronald Reagan's personal debate advisor, and then served as a counselor to the White House Office of Communications.

Learn from the expert on how to improve your leadership communication within your organization.

Why Should Joe Six-Pack Care About What's Happening in Greece, Russia and China?
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December 02, 2010 12:36 PM PST

Jaynie L. Smith discusses with Rex Ghosh "Why should Joe Six-Pack Care about what's happening in Greece, Russia and China?" Ghosh will answer the questions:
•How might the Greek crisis affect Americans?
•How do the foreign markets influence the creation -- or elimination -- of American jobs?
•Why should the Euro, and China's investment in it, matter to us?
•Why does the Russian crop failure matter to American farmers and families?

About Rex Ghosh:
A Harvard PhD international economist who has worked in the financial markets for more than 20 years, most currently with the International Monetary Fund (IMF). He is also the author of Nineteenth Street NW, a captivating financial thriller, with a fast-paced plot. It offers a rare glimpse into the mechanisms behind world economies.

Organizational Design and how it Applies to Your Business - Interview with Dr. Stephen Clement
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December 02, 2010 12:21 PM PST

Jaynie L. Smith interviews Dr. Stephen Clement, founder and President of Organizational Design, Inc. They delve into the application of basic design principles to the organization of work including key work related processes. Dr. Clement discusses how executives can enhance the profitability and productivity of their respective organizations.

Key Business Practices in Order to Survive Today’s Economy
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December 02, 2010 11:35 AM PST

Jaynie L. Smith discusses key business practices in order to survive today's economy. She reviews a Wall Street Journal article written by Alan Murray - giving specific details and tips to executives of organizations of all sizes.

She is interviews Abdul Lateef, CEO of Plasma-Therm, a successful company that has grown despite the challenges of the recession. Lateef goes into details of what his company has done in order to stay afloat.

Why leadership psychology is so important in creating organizational culture
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November 15, 2010 12:16 PM PST

Jaynie L. Smith speaks with Dr. William Anton about the importance of leadership psychology when creating an organizational culture.

The Benefits of Having a Business Coach or Consultant
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October 28, 2010 02:13 PM PDT

Jaynie confronts the misconceptions that executives have about having a business coach or consultant.

Jaynie also interviews business owner Brent Anderson, who tells about his first hand experience from having a business coach. Brent is part of Vistage International, the world’s leading CEO organization who offers their members business coaching benefits not available anywhere else.

What Stage of Your Company's Lifecycle Are You In?
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October 19, 2010 10:25 AM PDT

Jaynie L. Smith interviews Ian MacDougall, 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.

In this interview, Ian defines the different stages of a LifeCycle, and which stage is the most desirable. His clients have included the New York University Center for Entrepreneurial Studies, Domino’s Pizza, Bank of America, Vistage International, United States Naval Weapons Research, Shell Oil, Charles Schwab & Co., The Automobile Association of America (AAA), Vodafone, and more.

From this interview, you will be able to grasp what LifeCycle Stage your company falls under, and how to shift it to the most desirable stage: PRIME.

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