CHARLESTON, S.C., Dec. 5, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Chris Efessiou, host of the Voice America Network radio show Straight Up With Chris, announced today that former U.S. House of Representatives Speaker J. Dennis Hastert will be a guest on his radio show on December 5th from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. Eastern Standard Time.
"Today the American people are more distrustful of their leaders than ever before. We have all witnessed the damage caused to leadership by the lack of trust, in government, corporations, financial institutions, and in nearly every fiber in the fabric of American life. Speaker Hastert will be discussing the intricate and complex relationship between leadership and trust. I am honored to have Speaker Hastert as a guest on my show," said Chris Efessiou.
Join Chris on Thursday, December 5, at 3 p.m. PST and 6 p.m. EST to hear the Speaker and ask him your specific questions. The live broadcast can be heard on the Voice America Variety Channel at http://bit.ly/VAMlive
About Chris Efessiou
Entrepreneur, Speaker, Radio Show Host and Author of CDO Chief Daddy Officer® - The Business of Fatherhood, Chris Efessiou understands first hand that the dynamics of success are the same whether you're leading a business meeting or tucking your child into bed at night. Through his own personal experiences, Chris – Founder and CEO of Strategic Pharmaceutical Advisors – shares his discovery of how the skills critical to becoming a successful business leader can be seamlessly applied to both parenting and personal relationships with equal efficiency. To learn more, visit http://www.chrisefessiou.com
About J. Dennis Hastert
J. Dennis Hastert, former Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, served from January 6, 1999 until January 3, 2007 and was the longest-serving Republican Speaker in history. During his 20 years in the House, Speaker Hastert focused his efforts on lowering taxes, improving education, strengthening Social Security and Medicare, and fortifying national defense efforts. He championed legislation to balance the federal budget, cut taxes and government waste, and clean up the environment. He also passed legislation to reduce government regulations in areas such as trucking and telecommunications in order to increase competition and consumer choice. During his tenure as Speaker of the House, Speaker Hastert was instrumental in passing post-September 11th antiterrorism legislation and historical legislation to create a Department of Homeland Security—the most significant restructuring of federal government in the past 50 years. Speaker Hastert now serves as a Senior Advisor in the Public Policy and Law Practice at Dickstein Shapiro LLP. http://www.dicksteinshapiro.com
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