Join Nicci every Tuesday @ 1:00 PM CT on KSTL Jubilee 690 AM. She is the host of the popular community affairs segment. She uses this platform to expose resources and tools to assist with leadership and career excellence and accidents in the #NicOfTime. The impact of these segments are enhanced by the exploration of journeys from diverse perspectives and industries.
Listeners regularly tune in for several reasons, which many have to do with the manner in which Nicci masterfully dives into real challenges and explores innovative solutions and her transparency regarding her own personal and professional journey. After listening to one show you will be convinced that she is quite passionate about educating and equipping individuals with the proper tools to arrive at self defined success. She considers the airwaves her 'Inclusive World Classroom'.
We have all experienced professional highs, lows and in-betweens. We'd love to hear about your lessons learned, embraced strategies and tools used during the journey. Join the conversation.
Are you really using your voice properly? Learning to communicate powerfully and effectively is always a profoundly personal process and can place us in a space of vulnerability. Eliza VanCort (VanCort Consulting) by way of New York, will educate on the importance of speaking up and coach us using strategies from her unique intersectional teaching methods.
While Veterans are celebrated for their service and sacrifice, many need continuous support while transitioning military skills into civilian spaces. Darcella Craven (Veterans Business Outreach Center) Vet Biz is the Chief Fear Conquerer leading a one-stop-shop for transitioning service members, veterans and military spouses looking to start, purchase, or grow a business.
1 in 4 children in America grow up without learning how to read. Students who don’t read proficiently by 3rd grade are 4 times likelier to drop out of school. Julius B Anthony (STL Black Authors) has dedicated his life to ensure all children become confident and competent readers by the end of 3rd grade. Join us to learn more about his personal journey as Founder & President of St. Louis Black Authors of Children Literature and ways YOU can invest in our future leaders.
How would you define your relationship with food? Is it nourishing? Is it evolving? Or, is it flat out complicated? Reshaunda Thornton (BetterVessel Nutrition) will educate us on what drives our choices and empower us to better connect with food.