Dresser After Dark radio interview with Kate McKone-Sweet Oct. 25, 2011 radio interview
Dresser After Dark is an open educational and informational show featuring daily guests from all over the country, covering such topics as health and fitness, nutrition, parenting, education, social networking, travel, business and finances, as well as political and historical perspectives. The show primarily features authors as well as experts who bring their solutions to a worldwide audience. The show’s entertaining, thought-provoking interviews make the listeners and guests think outside of the box and consider the world’s issues in a different light. All interviews are archived on the show’s Web site. The show broadcasts Monday through Friday at 5:55 am CST. The show offers a digital Podcast. Facebook Page: www.facebook.com/pages/dresser-after-dark-radio-show/197414540302722
Stacy Blackman blog book review:
Stacy Sukov Blackman has been consulting on the MBA application process since 2001. She earned her MBA from the Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University and her Bachelor of Science from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. In addition to private consulting, Stacy is a sought-after speaker on the topic of MBA admissions. She has taught groups from the YPO (Young Presidents Organization) and coached alumni organizations from schools such as the Stanford, Penn and Williams College. She also has run workshops at companies including JPMorgan, Lehman Brothers, UBS and Credit Suisse First Boston. Stacy was elected for two terms to the Board of Directors of AIGAC, the Association of International Graduate Admissions Consultants.
GBSN e-newsletter book review online:
Since 2003, GBSN has been a leader in promoting management education as a critical component in successful international development strategies. GBSN is fostering a network of emerging business leaders who are committed to using the power of business to create a better world. The next generation of skilled managers will have a positive impact on society throughout their professional careers and beyond.
BostonInnovation.com Book Review and article mention:
Jim Agnew Daily Pick:
Jim Agnew’s Literary World-Book Reviews and daily pick recommendations. Jim Agnew has been booking and producing talk-radio shows since 1992. He was co-creator of American Crime Line with Ed Nowicki; and booker for Ed Buggs in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and Geoffery Feiger in Detroit, Michigan. He operates his booking service out of Chicago, Illinois at firstname.lastname@example.org
Business Insight Interview With Danna Greenberg
A Fast Track to 10,000 Hours of Practice
In HBR Blog Network, H. James Wilson offers three tips, grounded in research, to help you lead and practice leading simultaneously.