The Importance of Emotional Intelligence in Business

Emotional Intelligence is a topic that is often overlooked in the business world, but it is one that deserves our attention. CEO’s Night Out Founder, Katina Walker, recognizes the significance of emotional intelligence and is bringing it to the forefront with the upcoming CEO Out Meets Greenwood Beat event on Saturday, February 10, 2024.

The guest speaker for this event is none other than Dr. Angela K. Chambers, Founder and CEO of The Greenwood BeatWFPG. Dr. Chambers will be sharing her insights on emotional intelligence and its application in the business realm. In a world where customer service seems to have taken a backseat, Dr. Chambers reminds us of its importance. She states, “Customer service may have evolved due to changing times, technology, and other factors, but as a business owner, it is crucial to maintain a good emotional balance and be aware of our communication at all times.”

CEO Night Out is a platform created by Katina Walker to provide a safe space for entrepreneurs, especially CEOs, to learn, network, inspire, and support one another. As the 2024 season kicks off, the focus is on getting down to business. The event will be held at the Courtyard by Marriott Downtown Tulsa, located at 415 South Boston Avenue, Tulsa, Oklahoma. The program will begin at 4:00 p.m. and conclude at 7:00 p.m. Central Standard Time.

In today’s cancel culture era, a single emotional misstep can have severe consequences for a company. It is vital for business owners to be able to check their emotions when making decisions and navigating through daily operations. Emotional intelligence plays a significant role in this process. By understanding and managing our emotions effectively, we can make better choices that benefit our businesses in the long run.

If you’re a CEO or a business owner, this event is an excellent opportunity to gain valuable insights into emotional intelligence and its impact on your business. Join us on February 10th at the Courtyard by Marriott Downtown Tulsa for another CEO Night Out meets Greenwood Beat event. To secure your spot, please RSVP on For additional information, feel free to reach out to us via email at

Don’t miss out on this chance to enhance your understanding of emotional intelligence and its role in the success of your business. CEO Night Out is committed to providing a platform for growth, learning, and connection, and we look forward to welcoming you to this enlightening event.

The Greenwood Beat – WFPG is set to Kick-off January 6th

The Greenwood Beat -WFPG is thrilled to announce the launch of their new program, Let’s READ! This exciting initiative aims to provide parents with an opportunity to tune into The Greenwood Beat and engage their children in the joy of reading. Through Let’s READ, volunteers from the community will read aloud to children and encourage them to read along.

Dr. Angela K. Chambers, the driving force behind Let’s READ, expressed her enthusiasm for the program. “We have gathered a dedicated group of volunteers who are passionate about making a difference in children’s lives. We are ready to kick off Let’s READ on Saturday, January 6th,” she shared.

The program aims to address the root causes of academic struggles faced by many children. By instilling a love for reading at an early age, Let’s READ hopes to empower children and set them on a path to success. “We believe that by fostering a strong reading habit, we can make a positive impact on our children’s lives and help them overcome challenges,” Dr. Chambers explained.

As the program gears up for its launch, the Greenwood Beat is proud to acknowledge and celebrate the first to volunteer, Mrs. Katina Walker. Known for her influential role in the Tulsa community and her work with CEOs, Mrs. Walker has been trending lately. She is the founder and inspiration behind CEO’s Nights Out and CEO’s Nights Out Meets The Greenwood Beat.

Katina Walker, CEO – CEO’s Night Out/ CEO’s Night Out Meets The Greenwood Beat – WFPG

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During Let’s READ, Mrs. Walker will focus on reading books suitable for eight-year-olds. The segment will kick off at noon on January 6th, 2024. Parents and children are encouraged to tune in and join the excitement as Let’s READ takes its first steps toward fostering a love for reading in the community.

For more information or to volunteer to read in the Let’s READ segment, email

Former Councilman Joe Williams to Appear on the Greenwood Beat Radio Talk Show

Former councilman Joe Williams will be making a special appearance on the popular radio talk show, “Refocused and Informed” on The Greenwood Beat – WFPG hosted by Dr. Angela K Chambers and Dr. Francetta L. Mays. The show will focus on the north community, justice, and what’s next for the councilman.

Joe Williams, who served as the councilman for the City of Tulsa District 1, has been an influential figure in the community for many years. He has also previously served as the President of the NAACP Tulsa Branch, advocating for the rights and welfare of the African American community.

Refocused and Informed, known for its insightful discussions and engaging guests, is the perfect platform for Joe Williams to share his thoughts and experiences. Listeners can expect a thought-provoking conversation that delves into the challenges faced by the north community and the importance of justice.

During the show, Dr. Angela K Chambers and Dr. Francetta L. Mays will engage in a candid discussion with Joe Williams, exploring his journey as a councilman and his vision for the future. They will also touch upon the role of community leaders in addressing the needs of the north community and promoting equality and fairness.

Joe Williams’ appearance on ‘Refocused and Informed’ comes at a crucial time when communities across the nation are grappling with issues of social justice and inequality. As a former councilman and a respected community leader, his insights and perspectives will undoubtedly shed light on the path forward.

Listeners can stream online to ‘Refocused and Informed’ via the website at, Apple Music or TuneIn radio app. The show will not only inform and educate but also inspire individuals to take action and make a positive difference in their own communities.

Introducing the Black Women’s Health Show by Zaakirah Nayyar on the Greenwood Beat


The Black Women’s Health Show hosted by Zaakirah Nayyar to launch on The Greenwood Beat – WFPG

Tulsa, Oklahoma – Get ready for a new talk show that is set to captivate audiences and challenge the status quo in the health and wellness industry. See Life Different presents the Black Women’s Health Show, hosted and produced by Zaakirah Nayyar Muhammad, is here to shed light on the experiences and concerns of Black women while showcasing the groundbreaking work of Oklahoma-based health and wellness startups, companies, and individuals.

Zaakirah Nayyar Muhammad, a creative strategist, author, and marketing expert, is a true force to be reckoned with. Her journey, overcoming childhood cancer, hearing impairments, chronic illnesses, and visual impairments, has shaped her resilience and empowered her to become an innovative voice in the media industry. With over a decade of professional experience, Zaakirah brings a unique perspective to the table, ensuring that you are informed and inspired to “See Life Differently”.

“See Life Different” aims to raise awareness and tackle the deeply-rooted traumas that African Americans face within the health and wellness industry. By amplifying the concerns and advocating for the well-being of Black women, the show aspires to create a platform that truly represents and champions their needs.

The Black Women’s Health weekly talk show will broadcast live every Thursday at 3:30pm on The Greenwood Beat – WFPG’s online radio platform via their website at, TuneIn, and Apple Radio, delivering enlightening conversations, empowering stories, and thought-provoking discussions.

Get ready to engage in an inspiring journey as “See Life Different” sets out to redefine the narrative around Black women’s health concerns. Together, we will build a collaborative platform that amplifies voices and nurtures the well-being of our communities.

See Life Different is a platform for BIPOC women of purpose confidently sharing stories of resilience, supporting minority-owned businesses and bridging the gap between Tulsa, Oklahoma communities and its disparities.

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Zaakirah Nayyar Muhammad

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The Greenwood Beat – WFPG Must be Getting Something Right

Early Sunday morning, the Greenwood Beat radio station fell victim to a cyber attack, leaving their system compromised. However, the dedicated team worked tirelessly to restore the station and successfully got it back up and running on the TuneIn radio app.

Unfortunately, the joy was short-lived as an error occurred on the app early Monday morning. Angela K Chambers, the Chief Operating Officer, expressed her determination to resolve the issue, stating, “I want to make sure that we’re up and running before I give updates. All I can say is, we must be doing something right if someone wants to hack our station. I apologize for the inconvenience caused to our loyal listeners, especially those who tune in on Sundays.”

The Greenwood Beat has become known for its Sunday morning lineup, featuring Francetta L Mays’ Sunday Morning Old-School Gospels, national recording artist Shonda English’s The Old Landmark Gospel Hour, and Minister Alvin Muhammad’s Trumpet on Greenwood. It is disheartening that these shows have been disrupted, as they have become a staple for many listeners.

However, Angela Chambers finds solace in her faith, believing that the challenges faced by the station were known to the God she serves. She reassures the listeners that she will keep them updated on the progress of resolving the issue. The team is working tirelessly to get the station back on track.

Chambers expressed her gratitude to both the loyal listeners and occasional drop-ins, stating, “The Greenwood Beat is making waves in the airways, and we will continue to do so. Don’t count us out.”