6:13- Bill Zimpfer- Mueller Report Results/ AG Bill Barr Presser
6:43- Mueller Report Reaction from Washington
7:13- Ray Stagich WX
7:43- National/ World News Update
8:14- MUELLER REPORT REAX: BARR AFFIRMS MUELLER FOUND NO EVIDENCE OF TRUMP/RUSSIA COLLUSION
Attorney General William Barr on Thursday affirmed that Special Counsel Robert Mueller found no evidence of collusion between members of the Trump campaign and the Russians during the 2016 presidential election, as he tangled with reporters at a press conference shortly before releasing Mueller's report to Congress and the public.
Chair of Presidential Studies at Hofstra University // teaches courses on the American Presidency, American Foreign Policy and American Politics // author of Shaping and Signaling Presidential Policy: The National Security Decision Making of Eisenhower and Kennedy // coeditor of From Cold War to New World Order: The Foreign Policy of George H.W. Bush and The Uses and Abuses of Presidential Ratings DR. MEENA BOSE
8:23- GEN Z: WE EXPECT TO BE PROMOTED WITHIN 12 MONTHS
A new study says that 76% of Generation Z expects to be promoted at work within twelve months. InsideOut Development, a workplace coaching provider, released a study today of 1,000 members (ages 18-23) of Generation Z - those born between 1996 and 2010 - which shows their attitudes toward work, including for earnings, promotions and management opportunities. Among the key findings, the research team found: Gen Z has high expectations for pay and promotions: "Wait your turn" and "put in your time" may not register with Gen Z. According to the study, 76% of Gen Z members believe they should be promoted within a year of starting their first job. If that statistic is startling, 32% believe they deserve a promotion within the first six months of their first job.
Gen Z wants good managers and hopes to become managers Gen Z is ambitious, with 60% interested in attaining management positions. More than 75% believe that a boss's ability to coach is important, with about 25% believing that it's the most important attribute. Nearly one in four would leave an organization due to a boss who leads through fear. Gen Z is entrepreneurial: While members of Gen Z plan to work for multiple companies throughout their careers, they find themselves to be "entrepreneurially minded." While 72% of high school students want to start their own business one day, 61% plan to start a business directly after graduating from college.
For the last decade the media has talked endlessly about millennials and the stereotype that they're entitled and impatient. Is Gen Z likely to be even more restless at work? Are they going to be a more difficult generation to lead? Are they more likely to job hop every year or two? What's the best way for managers to deal with Gen Z?
Leadership Analyst MARK FENNER
8:43- HOW TO REBUILD AFTER ANY LOSS
The ashes settle in the embers of Notre Dame cathedral in Paris, the laborious restoration process can begin. Rebuilding will take years, possibly more than a decade. Yet, for a Gothic masterpiece that famously took 107 years to construct, and stood for centuries more, this may simply mark the latest evolution of a building that has been reshaped many times in its 850-year history. Those looking for hope amid tragedy wer heartened by president Emmanuel Macron's assurance that the French will "rebuild together”.
Here are a few things anyone can do to rebuild and create a new life after any loss.
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8:52- Local Author George Lunsford- "Legends, Myths, Monsters and Ghosts Volume 1- The Southern USA Edition