A former Miss USA is the interviewee this week with the discussion centering on how leaders can deliver both. Terri Britt, Miss USA 1982, speaks with me on unconditional love for oneself and how that can impact one’s dealings with family and employees. Hear how this idea changed her approach to life and changed those around her
NPR’s Jack Speer joins me this week to discuss several responsibilities of leaders in today’s world. He contends that views from all sides of an issue need to be assessed, and the responsibility for the assessment resides with us the individuals.
This week I speak with Johnathan Ward, who is co-author of the book "Bringing Columbia Home: The Final and Continuing Mission of a Lost Space Shuttle and Her Crew." His views on grief are from first hand experience dealing with the people responsible for reclaiming the crew’s bodies and the shuttle itself.
Mindfulness has been on people's radar for some time. Clarisa Romero ( http://bit.ly/2MCaJyj ), a personal professional coach, who specializes in Mindfulness and Emotional Intelligence, speaks on the importance of understanding both aspects. According to her, your bottom line will certainly gain if you institute a culture of mindfulness.
In Voices this week, I interview a woman who may not really need an introduction. If you listen to NPR, you will quite often hear the voice of Louise Schiavone; however, she is also a Senior Lecturer full time faculty Johns Hopkins University; TEDx speaker; and journalist. In this interview we concentrate on journalism and some of the problems we face currently with the internet and 24-hour news cycle.