Human Resources and Starting a Non-Profit From Scratch with Eileen Jones

July 26, 2017 in Episodes

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Meet Eileen

Eileen Jones is the Founder of Desert Divas for Dogs, a non-profit organization that supports rescues by providing food, bedding, or any other supplies that may be needed to support the care of animals. Before starting her own non-profit, Eileen spent twenty years working as a Human Resources professional and consultant. In this episode, she shares insight into:

– When businesses should consult a human resources professional
– How to start a non-profit from scratch
– Expectations for non-profit board members
– How she discovered a need to support rescues
– Day-to-day operations of the Desert Divas for Dogs non-profit

See the Desert Divas for Dogs Facebook Page or website for more information about Christmas in July or other upcoming events.

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Leadership Excursion Co. (@LeadExCo) specializes in hands-on leadership training including leadership training with horses. They provide team building, custom team and executive retreats, and business coaching services. Proponents of the betterment of women both personally and professionally, Leadership Excursion Co. hosts Spark Women’s Leadership Retreat. A retreat designed to educate and lift women up. Take advantage of free leadership tips delivered to your inbox every Monday.

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Natalie Buckel | A Leader’s Leader

July 19, 2017 in Episodes

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Meet Natalie

Natalie Buckel is the Leadership Director for the Henderson Chamber of Commerce where she spearheaded fundraising events, forged business relationships within the community, and oversaw all leadership programming including details for the Chamber’s coveted leadership program. Prior to working for the Chamber, Natalie and her husband owned a Jimmy John’s franchise where they introduced the brand to the Las Vegas Valley for the first time. In this episode, Natalie discusses:

– Franchise ownership
– Leading Millennials
– Navigating Change
– What it’s like to lead leaders
– Her favorite book, The Laws of Spirit: A Tale of Transformation by Dan Millman

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Leadership Excursion Co. (@LeadExCo) specializes in hands-on leadership training including leadership training with horses. They provide team building, custom team and executive retreats, and business coaching services. Proponents of the betterment of women both personally and professionally, Leadership Excursion Co. hosts Spark Women’s Leadership Retreat. A retreat designed to educate and lift women up. Take advantage of free leadership tips delivered to your inbox every Monday.

The Coop, Las Vegas’ newest co-working office located in Summerlin, NV. The Coop offers shared or private office space, thoughtful amenities, and is conveniently located near restaurants, coffee, a grocery store, and other convenient stores all within walking distance.

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A Story of Transition with Jeremy Wallace

July 12, 2017 in Episodes

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Meet Jeremy

After decades of being uncomfortable in his own skin, Jeremy‘s life completely changed at the age of 37. The author of Taking the Scenic Route to Manhood and accomplished speaker, Jeremy travels the country to share his personal story of challenge, transition, and change as a transgender man.

Listen as Jeremy shares:

– How he overcame his biggest life challenge
– What it’s like to write a book
– His advice to anyone considering transitioning
– Volunteering with HRC
– Managing impatience
– Being vulnerable

Jeremy is a speaker with CAMPUSPEAK and covers topics like overcoming fear and embracing change. He spoke about transitioning to happy in a TEDxUNLV event and continues to represent the transgender community as a volunteer with the Human Rights Campaign (HRC).

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Leadership Excursion Co. (@LeadExCo) specializes in hands-on leadership training including leadership training with horses. They provide team building, custom team and executive retreats, and business coaching services. Proponents of the betterment of women both personally and professionally, Leadership Excursion Co. hosts Spark Women’s Leadership Retreat. A retreat designed to educate and lift women up. Take advantage of free leadership tips delivered to your inbox every Monday.

The Coop, Las Vegas’ newest co-working office located in Summerlin, NV. The Coop offers shared or private office space, thoughtful amenities, and is conveniently located near restaurants, coffee, a grocery store, and other convenient stores all within walking distance.

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Katelynn Hentzell – Wild Mustangs and Horsemanship

July 5, 2017 in Episodes

Meet Katelynn

Katelynn was born and raised in Las Vegas and began working with horses in her teens. She attended the Monty Roberts International Learning Center where she not only fell in love with Mustangs but also became one of only 62 certified instructors in the world. She is the only Monty Roberts Instructor who is certified in the state of Nevada.

Listen in as Katelynn shares:

– How she became interested in horses
– How she met Monty Roberts
– Her role with the rehabilitation of abandoned and neglected horses
– What she does to stay organized
– The person who inspires her most

On most days, you will find Katelynn working as a trainer for the non-profits L.E.A.N and Dust Devil Ranch Sanctuary for Horses (both are happy to accept donations). She is also the lead horsemanship instructor for Leadership Excursion Co. and when the weekend rolls around, Katelynn is a competitive barrel racer.

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Leadership Excursion Co. (@LeadExCo) specializes in hands-on leadership training including leadership training with horses. They provide team building, custom team and executive retreats, and business coaching services. Proponents of the betterment of women both personally and professionally, Leadership Excursion Co. hosts Spark Women’s Leadership Retreat. A retreat designed to educate and lift women up. Take advantage of free leadership tips delivered to your inbox every Monday.

The Coop, Las Vegas’ newest co-working office located in Summerlin, NV. The Coop offers shared or private office space, thoughtful amenities, and is conveniently located near restaurants, coffee, a grocery store, and other convenient stores all within walking distance.

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