Month: January 2017

Podcast: A Discussion with Pastor Frank Lewis

On this week’s podcast, Dr. Roebuck sits down with Senior Pastor of Nashville First Baptist Church Dr. Frank Lewis. In the continuing series of conversations about leadership, Dr. Lewis addresses the topic from the angle of a faith leader. http://blogs.belmont.edu/ifbl/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/ifbl-wk11.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download

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Identity Theft

Dr. Jon R. Roebuck, Exec Director It happened again.  I got a letter this week from a company informing me that my personal data had been compromised.  This time the company involved is a medical company that connects the dots between a medical provider who provides joint injections for knees, shoulders, etc., with the insurance …

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Podcast: A Discussion with Dr. Jason Rogers

Dr. Roebuck continues his leadership series with a discussion today with Dr. Jason Rogers. Dr. Rogers is the Vice President for Administration and University Counsel and has been with Belmont since 1998. Doctors Rogers and Roebuck talk about all of the roles that leaders play on a day-to-day basis. http://blogs.belmont.edu/ifbl/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/ifbl-wk10-small.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | …

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The World Comes to Us

Dr. Jon R Roebuck, Executive Director I live in one of the fasting growing cities in America.  By September of this year, Nashville, Tennessee will top the 1.9 million resident mark.  In fact, each day, the population of Nashville increases by 82 residents.  That’s 574 each week or roughly 2500 each month.  Such stats might …

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Podcast: A Discussion with Dr. Susan West

Dr. Jon Roebuck talks to Belmont University Vice President and Chief of Staff Dr. Susan West. Doctors West and Roebuck discuss what makes leaders tick and Dr. West’s journey to where she is today. http://blogs.belmont.edu/ifbl/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/iifbl_wk9.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download

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Erasing Christmas

Dr. Jon R. Roebuck, Executive Director It’s always a bit jarring that as soon as December 25th passes, we very quickly attempt to erase Christmas in a number of ways.  First, we attempt to erase Christmas from our homes which have been so beautifully decorated for the season.  Ornaments are placed back in their boxes, …

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