The wonderful Bob from Okemos calls in to send Dan off and wish him well. Bob was a frequent caller of the “Everyday Leadership” show, offering words of wisdom and a different perspective.
The K’s and Dan talk about how negative people and burning bridges affect both work and personal life.
Dan, K2, and Governor Granholm continue their talk on leading through transitions and take callers.
Dan starts the second hour of his final show with some of his favorites. Kathi Elster and Katherine Crowley of K Squared Enterprises, are back on to help co-host the show. Dan’s wife, Governor Jennifer Granholm, was also on to help send the “Everyday Leadership” show off.
Dan and Kelly continue their conversation on the benefits of lives transitions.
An “Everyday Leadership” favorite, Kelly Rossman-McKinney talks with Dan on transitioning to the next phase of life.
Anne Perschel first caught Dan’s attention as an “Everyday Leadership” caller. She was so interesting that she was invited back on to talk about her blog NOWLeadership.
Dan talks with Carol Evans the President of Working Mother Media. They discuss her continuing research on working mothers, and her publication Working Mother Magazine.
Last week on “Everyday Leadership” Dan talked about what positive leadership means, and how life’s transitions, no matter size, can be beneficial to becoming a positive leader. Carol Evans President of Working Mother Media was on to talk about the company’s online magazine www.workingmother.com. Working Mother is the only national magazine that helps career-committed moms … Continued
In the final segment of the show, Dan talks with two callers on how they solve common problems in their lives. Dan talks with a local nurse and teacher about different authority roles can affect how a conflict is solved.