Mon, 27 January 2020
Tracey C. Jones is nationally known for her leadership expertise, as well as her ability to connect on a core level with her audiences . With her signature wit, she masterfully weaves leadership concepts and actionable strategies together with humor and a deep understanding of life in the workplace. Her latest book, A Message to Millennials: What Your Parents Didn’t Teach You and Your Employer Needs You to Know delivers just that blend of professional development strategies and real-world solidarity. Perfect for mentoring, onboarding or developing new personnel, this is a timeless resource that will appeal to employees across generational divides.
At the core of her philosophy on leadership is a simple belief that a commitment to lifelong learning results in a resilience and positive attitude that can alter the work environment for the better each and every day. With nearly four decades of experience across four industries from the military to semi-conductor to publishing, Tracey has crafted organizational leadership techniques that can be implemented right away for noticeable results. She challenges her audiences to bravely embrace their challenges and take the all-important next steps toward effecting meaningful change in their personal and professional lives.
As a graduate of the Air Force Academy with twelve years as an officer in the United States Air Force, Tracey’s storied career in uniform took her from Roswell, New Mexico to the Gulf War to stations in Germany and England, where she honed her operational expertise and tremendous leadership skills in a number of command roles. As a civilian, she built an impressive career as a corporate “fixer” over ten years with industry leaders such as Applied Materials and Northrup Grumman, as well as a stint as a Project Manager with the National Security Agency (NSA). A believer in the value of lifelong learning, Tracey holds an MBA in Global Management and is pursuing a Philosophy of Leadership doctoral degree.
Her father, the late Charlie “Tremendous” Jones, founded Executive Books in 1965 with the goal of changing the world one book at a time. After amassing an exceptional leadership background of her own, Tracey took the company’s reins in 2009 – and carries on her father’s tremendous legacy today. She believes that philanthropy and community engagement are at the heart of leadership. The profits of Tremendous Leadership support The Tremendous Trust which has provided over $1.3 million in donations locally and globally over the last eight years.
Mon, 20 January 2020
Coach Jeff Weachter is one of the most successful coaches over the past 20 years in the State of PA.
He started coaching in 1998 at McDevitt and has won District Titles in 2004-2005 and 2010-2015 and 2018. He has also gone to the State Championship game in 2010, 2011 and 2013.
Along with the impressive record he has also had 20+ players named to the Big 33 team, 50 play Division 1 and 5 players play in the NFL.
Coach talks about what the difference has been from playing at the Old McD to the New one as well as what the atmosphere is like.
How he got into coaching and how many more years he would like to coach for.
Follow coach at his Twitter handle @coachweachter
Mon, 13 January 2020
Bob Rogers - Aka: “Mr. Bob”, World Famous Mr. Bob, Doppler Bob
President of Rogers Family Group Ltd.
Started working at 14, picking fruit, worked at IHOP in high school as well as doing co-op as a mailroom operator in my senior year. Solid c student with the frequent comment “does not work to full potential”.
Joined the Navy as an Operations Specialist (Radar) Stationed in Barbers Pt. HI on shore duty after being one of the top 5 out of two classes at training. Received orders to the USS Oldendorf out of San Diego and went on a deployment to Philippians, Singapore, Hong Kong, Australia, and New Zealand.
While in the Navy took a correspondence course in electronics and after discharge became an entry level technician working on mimeographs, spirit duplicators, copiers and Fax machines. Attended HACC during this time working on a degree in electronic engineering.
Hired by a company working on laboratory precision balances and was recruited back to head up a new training and refurbish center for the copier company.
Was offer an opportunity to join a brand-new copier business as the Service Manager by a man who had been my football coach in High school, really gave me a great education in how and what it takes to be in business. The company was purchased by the 2nd largest copier dealership in the world and I spent 2 years as a service manager for them learning about the operations of a large-scale business. My previous boss asked if I wanted to start another company up, jumped at the prospect and we started another company.
I reached a point in my life at 42 that I wanted more time for family and to enjoy life so I quit on my birthday and formed Mr. Bob’s Subway in 2001 and opened my first store in 2002.
Now, almost 18years later it was the best move I could have made.
Mon, 6 January 2020
Tony Buglio is a legend in the Youth Football arena. He has complied one of the greatest winning percentages in all youth football. Winning over 15 titles in 20 years of being a head coach.
He is also the Vice President of the Central PA Crusaders a youth football team that just started in 2019. In his 1st season Tony help lead the midget program to a Super Bowl title and an undefeated season.