Monday, May 14, 2012
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."
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 much does checking email and social media hurt your productivity? Judith Glaser joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the impact of email and social media urgency on productivity and how to limit these distractions.
Do men and women have different levels of conversation sensitivity? Judith Glaser joins Jim Blasingame to reveal how to use conversationally intelligent to understand how the other person wants to hear what you have to say.
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.
“If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” is an epitaph for 21st century businesses. Jason Jennings joins Jim Blasingame to talk about why every business must be able to reinvent themselves on a continual basis.
Lead change by keeping in touch with customers and letting go of traditional thinking. Jason Jennings joins Jim Blasingame to reveal how to reinvent your business by leading change and staying ahead of customer expectations.
Has Harvard University been teaching negotiating the wrong way? Jim Camp joins Jim Blasingame to talk about his trip to Harvard University and what happened when he cast doubt on their negotiating teaching style.
How much damage has collective bargaining caused in global negotiations? Jim Camp joins Jim Blasingame to reveal why collective bargaining is a dangerous negotiating practice and how to replace it with one that works.
Your strongest negotiating tool is the value you deliver. Jim Camp joins Jim Blasingame to explain that the most powerful tool you have when negotiating is your ability to convince the other side of the value you can deliver.