The Ethics Game and Getting Back to Basics Offer Help for Business Owners

Posted on November 21, 2008. Filed under: Boomer Business, Boomer Philosophy | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , |

Pathways to Wisdom with The Boomer and The Babe ROCKED today! We had two great guests and our conversation was suited to anyone looking for business excellence tools. Marcy Maslov has a great story to tell about her travels and experiences as CFO for Fortune 500 companies in the semiconductor, food and beverage, agriculture and entertainment industries. After 25 years, Marcy left the corporate world and formed her own coaching practice to assist clients in career planning, starting new businesses and ethical enlightenment.

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Recently, her creative side merged with her strong feeling that ethical enlightenment should be given space to flourish in the workplace and, for that matter, in personal interactions everywhere. This lightning bolt of imagination and innovation caused her to invent The e-Factor Game, an experiential learning platform . . . a role-playing simulation focused on ethics, teambuilding and leadership skills . . . a great game that helps build awareness of the ethical landscape in a given organization. In actuality, this game can help people involved in an organization come into alignment as regards personal and professional standards.

Please note that we usually stream live on UStream for the entire show, but UStream had technical difficulties until about a half hour into the show. Marcy appears in the front end of the video below; the balance of the video is our interview with Chip Lambert of Network 2 Networth. You can listen to the audio portion of the show, which includes Marcy’s entire appearance [click here for audio: Marcy Maslov (about 52 minutes) followed by Chip’s appearance Chip Lambert 11-21-08 (about 37 minutes)].

Chip Lambert offered “cut to the chase” advice for capitalizing on the economic meltdown and moving to the coveted king of the hill position in any given industry. Chip’s simple AND BRILLIANT steps for dominating your industry are so noteworthy, we were actually taking notes during the show! And, oh by the way, if you don’t do what Chip was talking about, you might not be in business when the dust settles, not to mention being king of the hill or not!

Chip is a headliner on the show and always leaves us wanting more. Please call him for more information about his timely and very valuable consulting and coaching (and make sure you let him know you heard about him from The Boomer and The Babe).

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