Tag Archives: leadership

Shawn Toal’s Personal Mastery Paper

“Lead an organization with the most inspired, motivated and committed team on the planet where we put people first”   Values #1. Family Security- As I write this paper it is almost 17 years since the passing of my mother on 11/25/2003. She passed away when I was 18 years old from Breast Cancer. My […]

Mermaid on a Mission: Saving the Oceans

Swimming Mermaid

Merle has two passions, which she demonstrates extremely well. She has a love for the water and swimming. That love for swimming in the open waters has fueled her other passion of “Saving the Oceans”. In this podcast, she will explain how some sunblocks are destroying the coral reefs and how pollution is starving the […]

Automation Is Necessary

Automation

The workforce dynamics are changing, which is requiring more automation. Unfortunately, automation might displace some workers, but innovation has been doing that for years. There have been significant advancements in automation over the years. Check out the Four Industrial Changes to get a better understand of how innovation has changed the world over the years.  […]

Tenacity Is Priceless

Tenacity

Max is just starting out on his career but he definitely knows what he wants to accomplish. He has the tenacity to succeed. He knows what he has to do. His story is quite interesting and has a good outlook on accomplishing his goal. BIO “Maximilian Turner is a process improvement specialist on a life […]

Don’t Make Me Think

Process Improvement

Henry Draughon is a former Naval Aviator (F4 Radar Intercept Officer) and Air Traffic Control Officer. He has a Masters in Business Administration and Communications. He has an extensive background in information technology, project, and process management. He is currently president and owner of Process Delivery Systems, a business process optimization consulting firm. Process Delivery […]

Following Your Dream

Following Your Dream

Andy Towle started his photography career in the Air Force, where he realized he really liked it. Regardless of all the hurdles he encountered in life, he never lost sight of his dream.  He stayed in some form of photography for his entire life. Even now, in retirement, he’s following his dream. He is constantly […]

Communications Is The Foundation of Leadership

Communications Teamwork

When Jamie first went into a leadership role, he thought he needed to have all the answers for his team. However, as time went on, he realized the key to effective leadership is communications. And the communications has to be both ways. Not only does he need to explain to the team the goals and […]

The Leadership of Red Cross

American Red Cross

As a Red Cross volunteer, I feel it is important to share what the Red Cross actually does for our community. They are the leaders in the community when a disaster occurs. Plus, they serve a vital role in collecting and distributing blood for the needs of people. In this podcast, Kyle will explain the […]

Microfilm Is Still Alive

Microfilm

Microfilm no longer serves as a viable method for distribution in today’s digital world. However, microfilm still plays a vital role in record retention especially with land records and pharmaceutical companies. John’s family developed a process called eBeam technology that converts digital images to microfilm.  In this episode, John will explain the viability and need […]

Leadership From A Volunteer’s Perspective

Helping Others

Leadership is easier in a volunteer organization because the volunteers already have passion regarding the purpose of the organization. They want to help out! Yet, it still has its challenges. Brenda strongly believes adaptability is important. She compares leadership to sports in that if you want to be good you need to practice. As she […]