Category: Leadership, Ethics, Trust
The U.S. still needs coal, even though it's not PC. Julia Seymour joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the EPA is revoking permits for coal mines without violations as an example of how the "Green" ideology actually can harm the U.S. economy.
Successful networkers have a “pay it forward” attitude. Andrea Nierenberg joins Jim Blasingame to discuss why successful networkers listen, appreciate different personalities, take initiative, and realize connections are not all about them.
Which way will the Egyptian revolution turn out? Gene Griessman joins Jim Blasingame to discuss whether the Egyptian revolution will be like French Revolution, or the American Revolution.
Lincoln offers business advice. President Abraham Lincoln joins Jim Blasingame to celebrate his 202nd birthday with some advice to small business owners about being an innovator and doing what hasn't been done before.
How do you transfer knowledge without a training department? Jim Canterucci joins Jim Blasingame to discuss how to create an environment of learning, where lessons, knowledge, and even mistakes are shared within the organization.
What role does trust play in your championship team? Jim Canterucci joins Jim Blasingame to talk about trust and the role it plays as you create a championship team that learns while it works.
How do you create a learning organization without a training department? Jim Canterucci joins Jim Blasingame to discuss how to create an organization that is constantly learning without centralized formal instruction.
Has the next Ronald Reagan been born? Rich Galen and Bill Brandt join Jim Blasingame to debate whether there will be another Ronald Reagan, who appeared larger-than-life and inspired all Americans, plus a surprising prediction for Egypt.
How is history treating Ronald Reagan? Rich Galen and Bill Brandt join Jim Blasingame to discuss Reagan’s legacy as a transformative leader, but opinions differ on his domestic legacy, plus what Obama can learn from Reagan.
What was Ronald Reagan's secret to success? Rich Galen and Bill Brandt join Jim Blasingame to discuss how President Reagan's ability to connect with everyone, regardless of politics or background, was the key to his success in life and politics.
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