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For your first news anchor job at WJZ-TV in Baltimore, you are asked to change your name and appearance. You also find that reporting the news is becoming hard for you to handle. You:
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For your first news anchor job at WJZ-TV in Baltimore, you are asked to change your name and appearance. You also find that reporting the news is becoming hard for you to handle. You:
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“I lost that job. They said I was too emotional. I was too much. But since they didn't want to pay out the contract, they put me on a talk show in Baltimore. And the moment I sat down on that show, the moment I did, I felt like I'd come home.”
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“I lost that job. They said I was too emotional. I was too much. But since they didn't want to pay out the contract, they put me on a talk show in Baltimore. And the moment I sat down on that show, the moment I did, I felt like I'd come home.”
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Employees of “The Oprah Winfrey Show” are reporting that Debra DiMaio, a colleague and producer you have known since your days in Baltimore, is bringing a negative air to your Chicago studio and treating employees unfairly. Your employees demand a private meeting. You:
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Employees of “The Oprah Winfrey Show” are reporting that Debra DiMaio, a colleague and producer you have known since your days in Baltimore, is bringing a negative air to your Chicago studio and treating employees unfairly. Your employees demand a private meeting. You:
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After the meeting with DiMaio, it was later announced that DiMaio had resigned.
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After the meeting with DiMaio, it was later announced that DiMaio had resigned.
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In 1996 you are sued by a group of cattlemen for millions after claims made during an interview with Howard Lyman, a cattle rancher turned vegetarian, about Mad Cow Disease. The ranchers argue the cattle industry crashed as a result of the show. How do you handle the lawsuit?
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In 1996 you are sued by a group of cattlemen for millions after claims made during an interview with Howard Lyman, a cattle rancher turned vegetarian, about Mad Cow Disease. The ranchers argue the cattle industry crashed as a result of the show. How do you handle the lawsuit?
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Oprah won the case and was widely quoted saying as she left the courthouse, “Free speech not only lives, it rocks!”
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Oprah won the case and was widely quoted saying as she left the courthouse, “Free speech not only lives, it rocks!”
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You are faced with a major business decision and are receiving advice from many people surrounding you. The sourcing process you should ultimately rely on is to:
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You are faced with a major business decision and are receiving advice from many people surrounding you. The sourcing process you should ultimately rely on is to:
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“Every decision that has profited me has come from me listening to that inner voice first. … The emotional GPS system. … Every time I’ve gotten into a situation where I was in trouble, it’s because I didn’t listen to it.”
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“Every decision that has profited me has come from me listening to that inner voice first. … The emotional GPS system. … Every time I’ve gotten into a situation where I was in trouble, it’s because I didn’t listen to it.”
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You score the tell-all interview with Lance Armstrong in which he admitted, for the first time to the world, to using banned substances such as EPO, cortisone, testosterone, human growth hormone and blood doping. How did you do it?
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You score the tell-all interview with Lance Armstrong in which he admitted, for the first time to the world, to using banned substances such as EPO, cortisone, testosterone, human growth hormone and blood doping. How did you do it?
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“I had sent him an email a couple of months ago just hoping that he would talk to me. He emailed back and said he wasn't ready to talk, but he would be in Hawaii over the holidays, and he knew that I had a place in Hawaii.” The two met and talked over the possibility of an interview.
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“I had sent him an email a couple of months ago just hoping that he would talk to me. He emailed back and said he wasn't ready to talk, but he would be in Hawaii over the holidays, and he knew that I had a place in Hawaii.” The two met and talked over the possibility of an interview.
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You are presented with an endorsement deal for Weight Watchers’ SmartPoints program in 2015, but you put one stipulation on the deal before moving forward. What is it?
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You are presented with an endorsement deal for Weight Watchers’ SmartPoints program in 2015, but you put one stipulation on the deal before moving forward. What is it?
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“I said I can’t do it unless I actually go on the program.” The jury is still out on the deal: Weight Watchers stock skyrocketed after announcing Oprah's role, but has given back almost half of those gains so far in 2016.
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“I said I can’t do it unless I actually go on the program.” The jury is still out on the deal: Weight Watchers stock skyrocketed after announcing Oprah's role, but has given back almost half of those gains so far in 2016.
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True or false: The Weight Watchers deal is the first endorsement deal Oprah ever did.
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True or false: The Weight Watchers deal is the first endorsement deal Oprah ever did.
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While Weight Watchers' stock remains volatile, it's another decline that has attracted positive notice: Oprah has lost 30 pounds on the program and recently said, "It’s slowly working, but it’s a lifestyle change forever, so that’s good. I just have made the shift that this is what I’m going to do for the rest of my life. I’m going to count the points."
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While Weight Watchers' stock remains volatile, it's another decline that has attracted positive notice: Oprah has lost 30 pounds on the program and recently said, "It’s slowly working, but it’s a lifestyle change forever, so that’s good. I just have made the shift that this is what I’m going to do for the rest of my life. I’m going to count the points."
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True or false: It’s important to separate who you are from how you conduct business.
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True or false: It’s important to separate who you are from how you conduct business.
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“There is no real doing in the world without being first. For me, being, your presence, your connection to yourself, and that which is greater than yourself is far more important than what you do. But also is the thing that fuels what you do.”
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“There is no real doing in the world without being first. For me, being, your presence, your connection to yourself, and that which is greater than yourself is far more important than what you do. But also is the thing that fuels what you do.”
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