5/11/2007 - "WORKING WITH WISDOM"
To launch the new season, Karen welcomes Tricia Molloy, a seasoned entrepreneur, business consultant and author of Divine Wisdom at Work:® 10 Universal Principles for Enlightened Entrepreneurs (Aha! House, 2006). With wit, warmth and wisdom, Tricia inspires others to use universal principles—like the Law of Attraction, Visualization, Affirmations and Gratitude—to achieve their goals. As a “Working with Wisdom”™ speaker, trainer and coach, Tricia explains that these principles are ancient truths and proven tools to help us make better decisions, solve problems easier, build authentic relationships, be more productive and prosperous, be more creative, have more fun, and strike that elusive balance between work and life. She’ll share with us how these principles work and how we can begin to put them into practice.
5/18/2007 - "PRIVATE EQUITY UPLIFTED"
Private equity, sustainability, well being all in the same sentence, are you intrigued? You should be. Tune in to meet a venture capitalist who is focused on making money through doing good. Anders Faijersson-Ferguson is a founding partner of Uplift Equity Partners, a Global Private Equity Fund investing in SustainableWellbeing businesses managed with generative leadership. He advises, finances and manages emerging and mid-size companies on the leading edge of wellbeing and sustainability. He targets the wellbeing, organic foods and sustainable energy sectors focusing on innovative capital formation, corporate restructuring, generative values-based leadership, and advising management and boards on key, long-term strategy/vision.Anders also co-founded Spirit in Business and the Global Leaders Academy that connects leaders in a community of inquiry, learning, and action accelerating interconnectedness as the primary driver of high performance and lasting personal, organizational and global prosperity.
5/25/2007 - "THE MINDFUL LEADER"
What does the ancient Buddhist teaching of mindfulness have to do with effective leadership of today’s organizations? Everything; according to Michael Carroll, longtime human resources executive, meditation teacher, and executive coach. Drawing on the ancient tradition of the bodhisattva warrior, a Buddhist model for enlightened leadership, Carroll explains what mindfulness is and how to develop it in the hectic and often stressful environment of the twenty-first century workplace.
Join us to hear Michael talk about how mindful activities cultivate our natural leadership talents. We’ll also hear how professionals like attorneys, teachers, health professionals and others are applying mindfulness on the job and the resulting benefits to the entire organization. Tune in for inspiring practical leadership tips.
6/1/2007 - "CHOOSING BUSINESS OVER THE PULPIT"
Not all seminarians enter a life of ministry. Many are choosing to take their experience and education to the workplace. On this week’s show we will talk to two educators who work with Seminary students on their vocational choices. Where are these students going and why? What impact do they have on the corporate world? Join us to hear Rabbi Mychal B. Springer; Associate Dean and Director of Field Education of the Rabbinical School at the Jewish Theological Seminary and Kathleen Talvacchia; independent scholar of Practical Theology, and an educational consultant with The Wabash Center for Teaching and Learning in Theology and Religion talk about their work with students seeking to work in the corporate world and why.
6/8/2007 - "CREATIVITY AND PERSONAL MASTERY"
Join us this week as Professor Srikumar Rao, who teaches a unique course called "Creativity and Personal Mastery" at Columbia Businesss School and the London Business School, helps us to stop and evaluate our lives. We’ll address important questions like, “Do you have the inner conviction that you are on the path that is just right for you, the one that is transparently leading you to fulfillment in many dimensions – in your career, in relationships, in spiritual development?” We’ll also hear why his course is so popular and why he created it. Don’t miss this journey to find your real destiny.
6/29/2007 - "A BLUEPRINT FOR SUCCESS: HEALTH"
Can you overcome your present stress and live a healthy and independent life to the age of 100? Carl O. Helvie will join us to present his holistic theory of aging and how we influence our health and circumstances through our thoughts, decisions and actions. Mr. Helvie believes we must strive to reverse our negative thoughts and actions to facilitate healthy aging. Be sure to join us so you can begin to make positive change in your work and home life to be more healthy and live longer.
7/27/2007 - "SOCIAL ENTREPENEURIALISM"
Do you wonder what the world will be like 20 years from now because of all the intolerance today? How will our global economy survive? What kind of world will the next generations live in? Tune in to hear our live interview with Dr. Eboo Patel. Dr. Patel is the Founder and Executive Director of the Interfaith Youth Core, a Chicago-based international nonprofit building the interfaith youth movement. He is the author of Acts of Faith: The Story of an American Muslim, the Struggle for the Soul of a Generation. Former president Bill Clinton called Eboo’s new book, “A beautifully written story of discovery and hope…This young social entrepreneur offers us a powerful way to deal with one of the most important issues of our time.” Don’t miss this opportunity to learn how the entrepreneurial spirit can work towards a peaceful future for our world.
9/28/2007 - "SOCIAL ENTREPENEURIALISM PART 2"
Where we head in the next couple of decades depends a lot on the college students of today, so today we welcome Frank Fredericks, a New York University Senior. He is studying Music, Business and International Politics, and last spring he received an IFYC fellowship and was given a Youth Venture Grant towards the project he leads, World Faith, an interfaith community service organization. Like IFYC, World Faith seeks to facilitate the mobilization of religious diverse youth to tackle in local community service projects as a means to engage in inter-religious dialogue. World Faith is established on the NYU campus and is currently developing its first international program, The Lebanon Project, where 10 American students will be sent to work with 10 Lebanese students. Don't miss this show.