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A wide range of topics for discussion will focus on business, management, marketing, accounting, finance, entrepreneurship, education, government policies and other fields. We will educate you on issues and business topics with experts in the field and will provide possible solutions to those issues.

A wide range of topics for discussion will focus on business, management, marketing, accounting, finance, entrepreneurship, education, government policies and other fields. We will educate you on issues and business topics with experts in the field and will provide possible solutions to those issues.
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San Antonio, TX

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VoiceAmerica

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A wide range of topics for discussion will focus on business, management, marketing, accounting, finance, entrepreneurship, education, government policies and other fields. We will educate you on issues and business topics with experts in the field and will provide possible solutions to those issues.

Twitter:

@DAnthonyPhD

Language:

English

Contact:

(210) 362-0460


Episodes

Psychopath Customers: The Rising Problem of Bad Customer Behavior

8/7/2013
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There is a rising problem with “psychopath customers” and bad customer behavior. Many organizations in the services and restaurant industries

Duration: 00:53:46


Author Showcase: An Interview with Shari Harley, author of “How to Say Anyt

7/30/2013
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This show will interview Shari Harley and discuss her book, “How to Say Anything to Anyone: A Guide to Building Business Relationships That Really Work.” She shares some of her expertise in workplace candor and leadership development training. She will discuss her book and her experiences with training organizations. Shari will show that the people you work with can work with you, around you, or against you. How people work with you depends on the relationships you cultivate. Do your...

Duration: 00:53:08


The Zimmerman Verdict: A Perspective from African American Female Scholars

7/23/2013
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The Zimmerman Verdict has been one of the most controversial criminal cases in the history of the American justice system. There is a global outrage at the verdict of this trial. Three African American female scholars will share their perspectives on the Zimmerman Trial and Verdict. Has the American Justice system failed? Has the jury system failed? Is there a message being sent with the verdict in the Zimmerman Trial? This show will investigate these questions and more. We will be joined...

Duration: 00:53:08


Social Media and Employers: Should Employers Be Able to Access Your Faceboo

7/16/2013
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Have you ever Googled your name? Current and potential employers are doing it. With the emergence of social media influences such as Facebook.com, employers are using social media as part of their due diligence for investigating new and current employees. Numerous colleges and universities have warned graduating seniors to be careful about the dangers of social media, such as Facebook and others. Some heed this warning, however many do not. Privacy is a thing of a bygone era. The internet...

Duration: 00:54:45


A Discussion On the film, “Django Unchained”- African American Scholars Giv

7/9/2013
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The film “Django Unchained” arouses many diverse reactions from the public. The film is credited with using the N-word numerous times throughout the film. This film has many psychological implications within its story and cinematic imagery. In addition to the controversial subject matter of this film it also has unforgettable visual images concerning slavery. There are many disturbing scenes in the film that are centered on that theme. We will be joined by experts, Dr. Carey Latimore and...

Duration: 00:46:31


Credit Reports and Employment: Should Your Boss Be Allowed to Check Your Cr

7/2/2013
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Employers across the country are now using credit reports to as a part of their hiring procedures. The subject of using credit reports in the application process is becoming a standard hiring practice. One of the prevailing issues is that now employers outside of financial institutions are using credit reports as a basis of hiring. However, using credit reports as a standard practice can have damaging and legal consequences to employers. Some states are prohibiting employers from using...

Duration: 00:56:11


Social Media and Higher Education: Does Rate My Professors.com Hurt College

6/25/2013
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The influence of social media is a new phenomenon that has affected every sector. Social media has also affected the higher education sector. Social media has a major influence on this new generation of college students. Reputation management is a big issue with social media. With the emergence of social media influences such as Facebook.com. When things go viral, it can tarnish someone’s reputation in a matter of minutes! Rate My Professors.com (RMP) can damage a professor’s reputation....

Duration: 00:53:54


Fake College Degrees: The Problem of Diploma Mills and Its Damaging Effect

6/18/2013
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The job market is competitive and many employers want potential job candidates with education credentials. The pressure to have a college degree has caused many job applicants to turn to diploma mills that sell fake college degrees. This has cause the rise of diploma mills or fake colleges that sell college diplomas for a price. Many diploma mills charge a fee ranging from $50 to $5,000 for a bachelor's, master's, Ph.D. or other such degree. Diploma mills have a long history that dates...

Duration: 00:51:43


Author Showcase: An Interview with Dr. Mateen Diop, author of “Inner-City P

6/11/2013
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This show will interview Dr. Mateen Diop and discuss his book, Inner-City Public Schools Still Work. He shares some of his life stories and how the public schools in his neighborhood shaped his thinking. He challenges education reformists’ opinion on extolling the value and achievement of charter schools, at the peril of public schools. Dr. Diop is honest in his evaluation of the schools he has led and how he and his teachers set and achieved immense goals, resulting in the highest math...

Duration: 00:53:12


Multilevel Marketing (aka Network Marketing): Is this a Good Business to Be

6/4/2013
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This show will discuss the controversial business of multilevel marketing. MLM is also known as “network marketing,” is a business model based on a pyramid structure. MLM is network of distributors that sell retail products through nontraditional distribution systems. MLM’s foundation is built on recruitment. Many individuals that get involved with MLM either lose money or never make money. Unfortunately MLM seduces individuals with a dream of owning their own business. The reality is very...

Duration: 00:54:20


Resume Fraud: The Perfect White Collar Crime

5/28/2013
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Today’s job market is highly competitive and merciless. Resume fraud is becoming a serious problem. Many human resources directors are seeing this type of behavior from job applicants in astounding numbers. Resume fraud is the new white collar crime. In the competitive job marketing, we are witnessing a considerable number of resume fraud incidents. The cost of resume fraud for corporations is extensive and can have serious repercussions. Unfortunately for victims, workplace bullying is...

Duration: 00:52:35


Bad Bosses and Workplace Bullies: The Rising Problem at the Workplace?

5/21/2013
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In these tough economic times with downsizing, furloughs and layoffs, workplace bullying is on the rise. Beyond the childhood memories at the school yard bullying, workplace bullying is alive and well in American companies. Workplace bullying has a rich history in American culture and corporations. It has now gained national attention. Workplace bullying can have severe consequences on the productivity, victims and the organization. Unfortunately for victims, workplace bullying is nearly...

Duration: 00:57:41


The College Degree Lie: Does A College Degree Still Matter in the Digital A

5/14/2013
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The higher education sector is becoming radically different in the digital age. A college degree used to be a passport to success and job security. Now, the college degree is becoming a commodity. There are both traditional universities and for-profit universities everywhere and ready to meet your needs. Universities are doing market research and are catering to a different market segments (non-traditional, traditional and etc). Higher education is all around us. Access to higher education...

Duration: 00:57:52