Category: Women and Minority Issues
The color of ethics is gray. Dr. Terry Neese and Dr. Kevin Fegan join Jim Blasingame to discuss the connection of risk and ethics and why teaching this is more important today than ever before.
Economically stable societies have a greater potential for peace. Terry Neese and Dr. Kevin Fegan join Jim Blasingame to discuss the curriculum of the Peace Through Business Program and how they mentor women in leadership and democracy.
Training and mentoring women entrepreneurs to help build stable democracies. Dr. Terry Neese and Dr. Kevin Fegan join Jim Blasingame to discuss their program to educate women business owners about entrepreneurship in Afghanistan and Rwanda.
Do women care too much about what other people think? Judith Glaser joins Jim Blasingame to discuss how women leaders can gain respect by finding a way to be tough without acting like a man.
Let your problems look back at you from a sheet of paper. Mary Lou Quinlan joins Jim Blasingame to discuss why her mother created the "God Box" and Mary Lou’s God Box Project to benefit charities.
How one mother let go of her worries by writing them down as a prayer. Mary Lou Quinlan joins Jim Blasingame to talk about her mother’s love and faith and the power she found in writing her worries and prayers down and putting them in the "God Box."
Everything women do shouldn’t be for others – they should do things for themselves. Vicki Milazzo joins Jim Blasingame to discuss why women should promise themselves a passionate life, daily commit to success and believe you can do anything.
Most women are CEOs: Chief Everything Officers. Vicki Milazzo joins Jim Blasingame to encourage women to recognize and use their unique feminine forces to take control of their lives instead of being taken advantage of.
Are large contractor diversity programs serving small business? Janet Christy joins Jim Blasingame to report on the challenges of working with diversity program liaisons of large contractors and why they aren't serving small businesses as they well as they could.
Do women focus too much on details instead of the bigger picture? Olalah Njenga joins Jim Blasingame with advice for women to break down business challenges into smaller pieces and ask for specific help.
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