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Tero Clinics “Learning in Small Doses”

Returning to our newscast is Ro Crosbie the Founder, President and CEO of Tero International a professional skills training company with a twenty-five year track record of innovation and helping people achieve, lead and succeed. Today we're talking about a brand new offering called "Tero Clinics - Learning in Small Doses".  It's all about keying in on making the most of your time and focusing on seven critical areas most requested by Tero clients. What's best about this new offering is that it's timely and fits into everyone's schedule. We also referenced her book, Your Invisible Tool Box that also fits when it comes to dealing with important matters in a limited amount of time. Here's Ro...

The Business News Headlines 14 December 2020

It was an historic day as hundreds of thousands of vaccines were shipped to states here in the U.S. yet, there is still concern about how long it will take to implement the program. Here's what we've got for you today:

  • New legal issues for...Amazon;
  • Remote working at Google is...limited;
  • Even with vaccines out the markets struggled;
  • An election company fires back at President Trump;
  • Saving even a little money can help...a lot;
  • The Wall Street Report
  • Gender decisions and hiring how one company solved the issue.

Those stories plus for the interview it's Mark Langgin from No Justice - No Peace and what business people need to know and understand that will have a positive impact on not only urban communities but also rural villages and towns. You can hear that conversation...here.

Thanks for listening! 

Business Planning for 2021 with Roger Stalheim

Our guest is Roger Stalheim from The Alternative Board and we're talking about the Iowa Power Leaders Summit that will happen in early December. BUT, do not let the word "Iowa" keep you from attending this free event that will focus on fiance, better social media efforts and business management. Again this is open to you no matter where you have a business. Here is the link to the Iowa Power Leaders Summit. Enjoy and go learn!

The Business News Headlines 9 November 2020

There were times last week when we wondered if we'd make it to Monday...whew!  Today we've got these business news headlines and then a fun, but informative conversation with a new friend from Fort Worth, Texas.  But first:

  • Two things impacted the markets;
  • Why Uber shares were up so much;
  • Would you eat a....McPlant?
  • The news that rocked the world today;
  • Santa to take a hit this year;
  • Coca Cola continues to cull;
  • The Wall Street Report;
  • The disappearing MBA program.

Those stories PLUS you'll meet "recovering attorney" Malone Ranger who is now a noted public speaker and, get this, is the Mid-Day Air Personality on 95.9 The Ranch in Fort Worth, Texas.  Learn the "Business of Being Malone Ranger" by clicking through right here.  

Thanks for listening! 

The Business News Headlines 5 November 2020

Yes, we get it...you're obsessed with waiting for election results but...there is other news going on and here is what we've got teed up for you today:

  • A reminder Wall Street is not the economy;
  • The Fed today said this about that;
  • Who is likely to own much of your radio station;
  • Poverty and kids in the U.S. some sobering stats;
  • The Wall Street Report
  • Uber revenue declines  but not its stock;
  • Foreign students seeking an MBA bypass the U.S.

Thanks for listening! 

The Confidence Dilemma with Tero International

One of the many things we treasure about our relationship with Tero International is their research based work when it comes to achieving success in business or in your personal life. Today we'll introduce you to the topic of confidence. While most people know about the word there are two very different models of confidence and with those two models comes a whole range of leadership issues. Meet founder, president and CEO of Tero International Ro Crosbie and be prepared to...learn. 

The Business of No Justice - No Peace

Following an email we received the other day from one of the Iowa organizers of No Justice - No Peace we kicked around the idea to invite them to the Business News Hour to help us...and business better understand what exactly those four words mean. With us is Al Womble who along with several others has been crisscrossing Iowa and setting up voter information booths where they are usually welcomed but often harassed.  Here is that conversation: 

The Business News Headlines for 19 October 2020

Welcome back to the Monday Edition of the Business News Headlines. Here is what we've got cooked up for you today and, remember, you can always join us on Twitter @IOB_NewsHour.  Let's go:

  • As stimulus talks dim...so too does Wall Street;
  • States where folks can't pay the rent;
  • Tesla is on a roll...no, really;
  • Junk Bonds and Dave and Busters;
  • Getting creative with empty malls;
  • The Wall Street Report;
  • Digital Skills, HBCU's and Google.;
  • Target getting into gifting...again.

Thanks for listening! 

The Business News Headlines 15 October 2020

Welcome back and glad you clicked through for the business news headlines on this the 15th day of October.  Here's what we've got for you today:

  • The Zoom Paywall;
  • The new unemployment numbers..ouch;
  • A company that is demanding workers come back;
  • Today is "Tax Day" for millions;
  • Some interesting Amazon Prime Day numbers;
  • Two fitness companies back in court;
  • The Wall Street Report;
  • College freshmen...skipping out.

As always, thanks for coming by and follow us on Twitter for business news throughout the day @IOB_NewsHour.

 

The Business News Headlines 8 October 2020

Thanks for clicking in for the business news headlines for this the 8th day of October. Here's what we've got for you today:

  • The price of oil spiked today...thank the hurricane;
  • Is Wall Street warming up to a Biden win;
  • The jobless numbers are in and they are troubling;
  • Startups, Venture Capital and...Race;
  • Consumer Debt and a surprise;
  • Some housing data to chew on;
  • The Wall Street Report;
  • COVID19 be damned, we're going out to eat!

Those stories plus a conversation about The 21 Day Equity Challenge with Elisabeth Buck the president of the United Way of Central Iowa. But, make no mistake, this isn't only for Iowans but for anybody who wants to gain knowledge about diversity, equity, inclusion and how to discuss those issues with clarity.  To listen, click here.

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