Great leaders have great ideas. How do they acquire them? By listening to other leaders–inside and outside of their fields.
Here’s your chance to expand your thinking, learn about new trends and stimulate your creativity! Listen to “Leading the Way to Success,” a web radio talk show, an eclectic interview program that focuses on “HOW PEOPLE AND ORGANIZATIONS TICK!”
Tune in to www.BlogTalkRadio.com/CoachJudyNelson to listen in on past episodes.
You will be amazed at the ROI on your investment of only 45 minutes.
Sampling of my “Leading the Way to Success” Radio Shows:
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Radio Interview with Dr. Warren Bennis
Radio Interview with Matt Anderson
Radio Interview with Royce Morales
Radio Interview with Judy Cockerton
Redondo Beach leader, Michael Morales, a Southern California native, opened Harmony Works with his wife, Royce in 1994. This retail shop and gallery was selected Riviera Village of the Year in 2002. Michael is a Renaissance man–artistic, creative and resourceful. He was named Redondo Beach Man of the Year in 2005 and is currently Chairman of the Board of the Redondo Beach Chamber of Commerce.
Radio Interview with Steve Cunningham
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- Executive Coaching to help successful people develop and sustain peak performance, and find greater satisfaction in their professional and personal lives.
- Coaching for Your Non-Profit Organization: Harness the power of executive coaching to increase staff retention, turn good performers into great ones, and help your star players find greater satisfaction in their personal lives and professional careers.
- Invite Judy Nelson to Motivate Your Team. As a keynote speaker, presenter, or leader of seminars and workshops, Judy Nelson delivers simple but powerful lessons from her career as an executive and coach.
- Personal Coaching to help highly motivated people achieve their goals and find greater fulfillment in their personal lives.