Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) April 29, 2013
Voice America Talk Radio Network, internet broadcasting pioneer. Producing and syndicating online audio and video, announced that multi-talented career coach and entrepreneur Deanne DeMarco brings her high energy and inspiring message to the VoiceAmerica Empowerment Radio network. Deanne’s hour-long show, aptly called “Today’s Inspiring Women,” begins a 13-work series. It airs every Thursday at Noon pacific.
For more than 20 years Deanne has used her innovative strategies—drawn from her successful experiences as a scientist, college instructor, management trainer, Fortune 500 manager, author and entrepreneur—to help business executives and individuals break through personal and career roadblocks.
Deanne is an example of her own advice and leadership with an impressive background in medicine, education, training and conflict resolution. As a scientist, for instance, she was on the original three-member team that first discovered the cancer link to second-hand smoke (published in the Lancet). As a corporate trainer, her management coaching program won national recognition from Training Magazine’s Top 100. She is renowned for her ability to make an impact with her high energy speaking style, use of personal stories and strategies that work.
Each week on the show Deanne will introduce extraordinary and inspiring women who may not yet be household names but are business and entrepreneurial rising stars—women who may have come from a background similar to your own.
Says Deanne, “You’ll discover how they overcame challenges and the lessons they learned to become successful in their fields. Not only will you hear success stories, you’ll also be presented with professional insights, tools, tips and strategies you can employ to achieve your own personal success. It’s all about inspiring women inspiring women.”
For her opening program, Deanne takes the microphone herself to discuss the all-important issue of communications for building successful relationships not only in your business life with clients, colleagues and employees, but also in your personal life. She says that, although there are many different personality types, communication style boils down to four major behavioral approaches. These were first identified two thousand years ago by Hippocrates and popularized in the modern age by Harvard-trained psychologist Dr. William Marston.
What are they? How can you use them to communicate more effectively? How do you take charge and keep your communication style in sync? Find out by tuning in to “Today’s Inspiring Women,” Thursdays at noon Pacific on the VoiceAmerica Empowerment Radio. http://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2182/todays-inspiring-women