In the Nazir house, suspicions are still heightened over Zeedan's return and the source of his funds, and also why Simon is hanging around like a bad smell. Seeing Summer in a stressed state about her university application, Daniel offers to help her outside of school which insults David that he never showed any willingness to help Max. A visit from Shazza buoys Kelly's spirits about her dad's whereabouts until she learns that her new bestie on the inside has knowledge of Rick the Chin that would suggest he was far more than a loan shark. Ed is working himself into an early grave to attend to all the snags on Grace's list for the new house. As the street prepares to say a final farewell to Norris Cole, Ches and Bernie's dismissive attitudes towards the deaf community drive Freda toward something rash. Billy does some proper vicaring. The Alleyway of Doom claims another victim. PC Tinker has never been so confused.
In this episode of The Artist Business Plan, we sit down with Chesline Pierre-Paul to discuss transdisciplinary art. Ches leads an awesome masterclass in how to create a broader narrative around your art while building from your identity to elevate your opportunities. We discuss authentic networking on apps like clubhouse and using Mailchimp and Canva to be smarter in connecting with your audience. Guest: Ches is Queer-E-O of Chesline Inc., a global transformation coaching and social impact consulting digital company on innovation, economic empowerment, and rebellious leadership. They are also a digital media activist, anti-colonialist, poet, founder of the International Anti-Colonial Summit 2021, and an independent scholar on Afro-Indigenous digital storytelling. https://www.chesline.com/ (https://www.chesline.com/) For more information on applying to Superfine Art Fair as well as recordings of this and all of our past podcasts, just visit http://www.superfine.world/ (www.superfine.world ) IG: https://www.instagram.com/superfineartfair/?hl=en (@superfineartfair) IG: https://www.instagram.com/cheslinepp/ (@cheslinepp) If you want to submit a listener question you can email it to email@example.com for a chance of it being answered by Alex, James, and our guest! Hosted and Executive Produced by James Miille and Alexander Mitow Executive Producer/Producer : Kelsey Susino Written by: Kelsey Susino, Alexander Mitow, and James Miille Audio Edited by: Federico Solar Fernandez
The world continues to make no sense, and this weekend was no different. Chad took to social media over the weekend and read Patrick Henry's March 23, 1775, speech, and people TODAY thought he was reading a President Trump speech. Has America forgotten Patrick Henry's famous words: “Give me liberty, or give me death!” Former President Bush compared 9/11 terrorists to “violent extremists at home.” What does that even mean, Georgie? During President Joe Biden's visit to the 9/11 Memorial at the World Trade Center, he was booed. President Biden mocked the resurgence of al Qaeda. Is he even paying attention to Afghanistan? Alana McLaughlin, transgender MMA fighter, DESTROYS a female opponent. On Friday night, Alana debuted and won via submission by using a rear-naked choke against Celine Provost to end the match 3 minutes and 32 seconds into the second round. How can America move forward when we have this happening in sports? Today's Sponsors: Visit https://HomeTitleLock.com and enter the promo code CHAD for 1-month free of risk-free protection. Visit https://PrepareWithChad.com to save $70 off the 4-Week-Food Kit Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Collective Voices for Diabetes: Partnering for Prevention & Management podcast series will inspire listeners to advance their diabetes prevention and management efforts through featured guests' ideas, solutions, and approaches. Through intimate and dynamic conversations hosted by NACDD, the podcast will promote guests' innovative public health practices, collective approaches, and unique achievements in the field of partnerships for diabetes prevention and management. Lisa Kocak, BS, MA, Program Director at the Tennessee Department of Health and Mackenzie Leonard, MPH, CHES, at Emory University's Diabetes Training and Technical Assistance Center share how Tennessee leveraged an already existing regional structure to reenergize and organize their collective approach to diabetes prevention for Tennesseans. For episode Show Notes and more information about NACDD's action on diabetes, visit www.chronicdisease.org/CollectiveVoices.
Fallait demander | Emma : https://emmaclit.com/2017/05/09/repartition-des-taches-hommes-femmes/ Rejoins mon serveur Discord et dis-moi ce que tu penses de cet épisode : https://discord.gg/FqDAjSC8g4 Participe aussi à la grande étude sur l'Agilité : http://bit.ly/eempirique (et n'hésite pas à la partager autour de toi !) Participe à l'étude sur les salaires des Scrum Masters de Scrum Life : https://scrumlife.tv/salairescrummaster/ Et viens échanger avec moi en direct sur Twitch : https://twitch.tv/leodavesne * Le mercredi à 17h35 pour la libre antenne et échanger sur un sujet inspirant * Le jeudi à 17h35 avec Constantin Guay pour étudier Scrum Enfin, profite de 10 % de réduction sur le jeu d'équipe Totem avec le code "LEODAVESNE" sur https://totemteam.com.
Si tu as démarré ton entreprise avec un associé, de quelle façon répartissez-vous les tâches? Comment avez-vous déterminé qui s'occupe de quoi? Au début, ça demande du temps pour s'ajuster. Il faut bien connaître les forces de chacun, pour travailler de façon efficace. Dans cet épisode, je reçois Anne-Françoise Gondard et Marie-Michèle Bélanger, actionnaires de La Firme, une fabrique de solutions marketing. Elles accompagnent leurs clients dans le développement de leur plan de match marketing. Elles offrent des stratégies de communication marketing clés en main, des formules de co-création ou des formations. Leur vision, c'est que le marketing peut servir le plein potentiel humain. Ensemble, on va parler de ce qu'on peut déléguer en marketing, mais aussi de comment bien répartir les tâches quand on travaille avec des associés. Dans cette entrevue, on aborde : · Des conseils pour bien travailler entre associés · Les outils à utiliser pour faire les suivis dans une équipe · Ce qu'on peut déléguer par rapport au marketing · Les avantages de déléguer une partie de son marketing Mentionné dans l'épisode : Le site Web de La Firme marketing Rejoins La Firme marketing sur Facebook et LinkedIn Suis Marie-Michèle et Anne-Françoise sur leurs profils LinkedIn Livre : Rocket Fuel Les outils de suivis : · Asana · Slack · Hubspot ***Tu veux déléguer, mais tu ne sais pas par où commencer? Inscris-toi au Défi Déléguer 101 pour te préparer à déléguer tes premières tâches ! Envie de jaser? Retrouve-moi sur LinkedIn
Originally from Sacramento, California, Ches Smith is a drummer, percussionist, and composer based in New York. He has collaborated with a host of artists on many scenes since the early 2000s, including Marc Ribot, Tim Berne, John Zorn, Darius Jones, David Torn, John Tchicai, Nels Cline, Mary Halvorson, Trevor Dunn, Terry Riley, Kris Davis, Dave Holland, Secret Chiefs 3, Xiu Xiu, Good for Cows, Theory of Ruin, and Mr. Bungle, among others. He has nine records to his name as a bandleader that features his writing and ensemble curation, and is a devout student of Haitian Vodou drums, performing in religious and folkloric contexts in New York and Haiti for the last decade. In this episode, Ches shares his background, education, and musical journey. If you enjoyed this episode please make sure to subscribe, follow, rate, and/or review this podcast on Spotify, Apple Podcast, Google Podcast, ect. Connect with us on all social media platforms and at www.improvexchange.com
Un tableau Kanban est un outil de management pour visualiser et gérer des tâches, leur avancement, la charge de travail, focaliser les efforts et plus généralement manager une équipe en mode projet. Basiquement un tableau Kanban est fait de colonnes représentant le processus (le workflow) et dans lesquelles on déplace des cartes au fur et à mesure de l'avancement du travail dans le processus. La version vidéo se trouve ici : https://youtu.be/mJdEU-M0rDY Musique : Shore by KV https://soundcloud.com/kvmusicprod Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported — CC BY 3.0 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/ Music provided by Music for Creators https://youtu.be/5hSmjkencrY
durée : 00:52:26 - On cuisine ensemble - La cuisine de l'été - Pêches et Abricots de saison, avec Sylvain Croce, le chef de "La Capitelle" à Mirmande, et les fruits de Grégory Jeune "Mirmand' Fruits" à Mirmande
En Suisse, plusieurs glaciers sont désormais recouverts de bâches géotextiles pendant une bonne partie de l'année. Objectif : ralentir leur fonte toujours plus galopante.
Pauline est psychologue de formation. À la fin de ses études, elle n'a pas voulu se lancer en tant que praticienne et a préféré faire un master en entrepreneuriat à HEC. C'est là qu'est né l'idée de Tom & Josette, le premier réseau de micro-crèches intergénérationnelles pour reconnecter les générations en elles. Dans cet épisodes, Pauline nous parle de ses études et ce qui l'a mené sur la voie de l'entrepreneuriat. On discute aussi de la naissance de Tom&Josette, du modèle de l'entreprise et de ses ambitions sociales pour revaloriser les salaires des soignants.
Quand on se lance dans l'entrepreneuriat, on commence souvent seule. On effectue toutes les tâches par soi-même étant donné que, dans la plupart des cas, on est en micro entreprise et qu'on n'a pas les moyens de déléguer. Arrivée à un certain niveau, on ressent le besoin de confier des tâches pour continuer à développer notre activité. Déléguer présente beaucoup d'avantages, mais il y a tout de même des règles et un cadre à respecter, afin que tout se passe bien, autant pour toi que pour la personne recrutée. Mon expérience en tant que manager d'une équipe dans mon dernier job de salariée et le fait que je délègue des tâches dans mon propre business depuis 2020, me permet de t'offrir quelques conseils pour déléguer et gérer une équipe en toute sérénité. Belle écoute !
Ches Hutchinson has a soft spot in his heart for kids battling muscle disease, so running races to support the cause is a no brainer for him. And being a part of Team Momentum is just the icing on the cake! Check out the full show notes for today's episode at http://DizRuns.com/952. Today's episode of the show is sponsored by: the Little Things course! Check out this FREE course to help you shore up some potential weak links that are slowing your growth as a runner. http://DizRuns.com/littlethings Love the show? Check out the support page for ways you can help keep the Diz Runs Radio going strong! http://dizruns.com/support Become a Patron of the Show! Visit http://Patreon.com/DizRuns to find out how. Get Your Diz Runs Radio Swag! http://dizruns.com/magnet Subscribe to the Diz Runs Radio Find Me on an Apple Device http://dizruns.com/itunes Find Me on an Android http://dizruns.com/stitcher Find Me on SoundCloud http://dizruns.com/soundcloud Please Take the Diz Runs Radio Listener Survey http://dizruns.com/survey Win a Free 16-Week Training Plan Enter at http://dizruns.com/giveaway Join The Tribe If you'd like to stay up to date with everything going on in the Diz Runs world, become a member of the tribe! The tribe gets a weekly email where I share running tips and stories about running and/or things going on in my life. To get the emails, just sign up at http://dizruns.com/join-the-tribe The tribe also has an open group on Facebook, where tribe members can join each other to talk about running, life, and anything in between. Check out the group and join the tribe at https://www.facebook.com/groups/thedizrunstribe/
In this week's episode, Van and P-L mention it all on all things Bravo : They cover RHOBH, RHONY, as well as Below Deck Sailing Yacht. For the Horny Conversation, they name a few celebrities you might didn't know were bisexual. #HappyPrideMonth Grab a drink and play the drinking game. Cheers!
In the 2019 Pottstown Hospital Community Health Needs Assessment, one of the top identified health needs was increased access to healthcare for the homeless population. Pottstown Hospital - Tower Health jumped into action to address this need, launching its new Street Medicine program, which works to provide primary and urgent care to the homeless population of Pottstown. On this episode of Chamber Chat, Casey Fenoglio, MPH, CHES shares more on the Street Medicine program and how it's bridging the gap between the homeless and healthcare. Learn more about the Street Medicine program: https://towerhealth.org/articles/tower-health-medical-group-and-access-services-partner-bring-street-medicine-pottstown Learn more about Pottstown Hospital - Tower Health: https://towerhealth.org/locations/pottstown-hospital Learn more about Chamber Chat: https://www.tricountyareachamber.com/news-releases---publications/chamber-chat.aspx
durée : 00:04:21 - L'Idée culture - par : Mattéo Caranta - L'écrivaine et productrice Michèle Halberstadt revient sur le film qui a bouleversé son enfance, "Breakfast at Tiffany's"...
# What is Charm?# Good for Nothings!# Rachmonis from the Womb# Anger Management
Leonore Okwara, MPH is CEO and Founder of Public Health Research Consulting, and host of the Public Health Culture Podcast. She helps researchers meet the unique needs of the community and the funders in two ways: 1) hosting community engagement in research webinars and trainings to equip researchers with strategies on building community trust in research, and 2) providing program management trainings to help researchers manage their grant-funded research studies with ease. Joyee Washington, MS, MPH, CHES is CEO and Founder of Joyee Washington Consulting, LLC. She is a public health and education research consultant who works with communities, organizations, and institutions to help them conduct more effective research and build more impactful programs for sustainable solutions. We are collaborating to bring an opportunity to public health students, professionals, and researchers. We are calling this a Research Roundtable, "Building community trust in research: Strategies, challenges, and lessons learned from the field." In This Episode We Cover: Our own experiences and challenges working as community-engaged researchers How we build healthier communities, aim for prevention, strive for equity The importance of putting public health research into action Getting over your own ego as a researcher How it looks to overcome challenges as a community-engaged researcher How to equip the next researcher with tools to make their research impact a sustainable solution The importance of sustaining the positive impact of your research and how crucial sustainability is for the community The solution to building community trust in research and equipping the research community with the knowledge from other experienced researchers so that they can create more sustainable solutions in public health How to register for the Research Roundtable happening on May 27th at 7pm EST The benefits of registering for the Research Roundtable: Receive a “toolbox” of research best practices so you don’t have to figure it out yourself, interactive discussion, convenience of virtual space, resource guide and worksheet, access to the recording, giveaways, and much more. Register for the Research Roundtable here. We are running a special of $37 until May 26th in honor of Lupus Awareness Month! If you don’t know, Joyee Washington has Lupus and shared her story on Instagram. Follow her to read her story! We’re on Clubhouse! Join our club PH Research in Action. We have two wonderful discussions planned for the month of May. Thursday, May 13th at 7pm EST, “The Community is not your fixer-upper” Thursday, May 20th at 7pm EST, “You got data. Now what?” Advice for Public Health Professionals: Researchers, take a different perspective of your ego. You are not the community expert. Connect: Leonore Okwara, MPH CEO and Founder of Public Health Research Consulting Website: www.publichealthresearchconsulting.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Facebook: @publichealthRC Twitter: @publichealthRC Instagram: @publichealthculture @publichealthresearch LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/leonoreokwara Joyee Washington, MS, MPH, CHES CEO and Founder of Joyee Washington Consulting, LLC Website: www.joyeewashington.com Email: email@example.com Facebook: joyeewashingtonconsulting Instagram: @joyeewashington LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/joyee-washington
Ce mardi 4 mai, les missions et offres d'officy, basées sur l'optimisation de l'office management d'une entreprise, ont été abordées par Lorraine Goumot et Laurent Przyswa, cofondateur d'Officy, dans la chronique La pépite dans l'émission Good morning business présentée par Sandra Gandoin et Christophe Jakubyszyn sur BFM Business. Retrouvez l'émission du lundi au vendredi et réécoutez la en podcast.
durée : 00:04:19 - Pas son genre - par : Giulia Foïs - Les femmes sont bien plus nombreuses aujourd’hui à souffrir d’anxiété, d’insomnie, de stress, de dépression, ou d’épuisement général. Le confinement est loin d'arranger les choses.
Topics: Chassidus applied to Chof Ches Nissan – 30 Years What did the Rebbe mean with the words “do all you can”? If the Rebbe couldn’t get it done, how can we? Why Moshiach now more than ever? Why do we need Moshiach? Does 28 Nissan demonstrate a failed effort? Are we still in the 7th generation? What does it mean that Moshiach will certainly come by the year 6000? What else can we do to bring Moshiach? What does increase in acts of goodness and kindness mean in practical terms? Out of all the things we can do to bring Moshiach, what is the most pressing of them? Is there a new energy in the air among us to bring Moshiach? Can we trick G-d into sending Moshiach? When Moshiach comes... Will everyone know it immediately? Will we have time to pack our bags? Moshiach lessons from Beis Iyar and Tazria-Metzora L’chatchila ariber Birthing of the permanent geulah Transforming the leper into redemption Skip directly to a topic by viewing the episode timestamps in YouTube. MyLife: Chassidus Applied is a weekly video webcast candidly answering questions from the public about all life matters and challenges, covering the entire spectrum of the human experience. The objective of the program is to provide people with inspired guidance and direction, empowering them to deal with any issue they may face. MyLife demonstrates how Chassidus provides us with a comprehensive blueprint of the human psyche as a microcosm of the cosmos, and offers us all the guidance we need to live the healthiest possible life and build nurturing homes and families, bringing up the healthiest possible children, emotionally, psychologically and spiritually. MyLife is a community-supported project, requiring hours of research and preparation each week. Please donate or sponsor an episode, to help us continue and expand this important work. Go here and here for our special section of programs and resources addressing these trying and unprecedented times
Kristie Hicks, MPH, CHES, CPT is a public health professional with experience in chronic disease management, health and nutrition education, and fitness. She’s the founder of Brown Girls Get Fit, a health and wellness organization for women of color and Better Balanced Health which offers online fitness training and wellness coaching services. She is the author of a peer-reviewed North Carolina Medical Journal article featuring her childhood obesity research. She is a National Diabetes Prevention Program Lifestyle Coach, Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES), and an ACE Certified Personal Trainer. She is passionate about educating individuals about personal fitness, chronic disease prevention, wellness, and healthy behavior change. In This Episode We Cover: Her research on childhood obesity and how she showed correlations between health education in adolescent curriculum and health changes. The ways in which she engages people in healthier lifestyles. Her passion about chronic disease prevention and how knowledge does not always equal behavior change. Her belief that showing people workouts is key to helping to engage in fitness. How Brown Girls Get Fit started as a hobby that she shared on social media and how it organically grew into what it is today. Her inspiration for Better Balanced Health. Hint: it has to do with the pandemic and her work with the Diabetes Prevention Program. Her inspiration for her five pillars of health for Better Balanced Health. The questions she asks her clients and how she creates individualized action plans using a whole person approach. The ways she is working towards achieving health equity. Advice for Public Health Professionals: Kristie highly recommends that everyone be open to volunteering in their field of interest. It is extremely important to be open to volunteering and giving of your time. There are benefits including connecting with community organizations, nonprofits, etc. Connect: Web: https://www.browngirlsgetfit.org/ & https://www.betterbalancedhealth.com/ Instagram: @browngirlsgetfit, @betterbalancedhealth Facebook: @browngirlsgetfit
Our special guest today is Rebecca Obounou. You will hear about her passion/purpose projects, "Communities for Haitian Entrepreneurs and Start-ups (CHES)" and "Oby Sauce." If you've ever wanted to start a social venture than this is the episode for you. Listen to how what Rebecca experienced growing up played a role in what she decided to build. Listen to how she and her husband have taken a second passion to create a hot sauce business called, "Oby Sauce" Enjoy this dope conversation and envision how it can help fuel and inspire your own purpose/passion project. See the full show notes at: www.NoMoreReasonableDoubt.com/s2e9rebeccaobounou Pick up a free gift to help you get your purpose/passion project off the ground at: www.NoMoreReasonableDoubt.com/FreeGift --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/nomorereasonabledoubt/message
We are calling episode 6 of the Run Matters Podcast, Powered by Skechers Performance the “Connection Episode”. From the opening subject du jour lightning round right to the “Run to the Finish” segment, we talked about how the specialty running channel is at the heart of most connections, whether it’s between brands and retailers or retailers and their local community. Our first conversation features Keith Shelton, the Director of Merchandising and Product Development for the Skechers Performance division. Keith is all about making connections with the specialty retailers that are at the heart of the performance running category. We then spoke with Greg Koch, owner of 605 Running in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, and how he has made the connection with Benson Lang’at to help his customers and the rest of the local running community make a tighter connection to their events and gaining the most possible from their relationship to 605. The show then wraps up with our “Run to the Finish Segment” featuring our in-house running coach Amanda Brooks. Amanda and Mark talked about making the connection to running on a track as an alternative to road or trail running. This is the last episode of season 1. Look for bonus “best of” episodes and interviews with Meb, Ches and others from Season 1 of the Run Matters Podcast, powered by Skechers Performance during the month of April.
Bonjour à toutes et à tous ! Aujourd'hui nous allons travailler sur une dictée (A2). In this dictation exercise, we are going to work on the vocabulary of housework and chores (les tâches ménagères). Bon courage ! LINKS MENTIONED
Bonjour à tous ! We are going to learn how to pronounce the following sentences that are about housework in French (les tâches ménagères). Listen, read and repeat. Phrases in episode : 1. Faire le ménage Il fait le ménage 2. Ranger Ils rangent la chambre 3. Nettoyer Je nettoie Tu nettoies Il / elle nettoie Nous nettoyons Vous nettoyez Ils / elles nettoient 4. Elle nettoie la cuisine 5. Nettoyer la cuisine Nettoyer la salle de bains Nettoyer les toilettes Nettoyer le garage 6. Faire la vaisselle Il fait la vaisselle 7. Faire la lessive Elle fait la lessive 8. Passer l'aspirateur Je passe l'aspirateur 9. Passer le balai Elle passe le balai 10. Passer la serpillière Il passe la serpillière 11. Laver les vitres Ils lavent les vitres 12. Laver Je lave Tu laves Il / elle lave Nous lavons Vous lavez Ils / elles lavent 13. Repasser Il repasse ses vêtements 14. Faire le lit Ils font le lit 15. Mettre la table Ils mettent la table 16. Mettre Je mets Tu mets Il / elle met Nous mettons Vous mettez Ils / elles mettent 17. Débarrasser Elles débarrassent la table 18. Faire les courses Il fait les courses 19. Faire la poussière Il fait la poussière LINKS MENTIONED
Au cœur de la nuit, les auditeurs se livrent en toute liberté aux oreilles attentives et bienveillantes d'Olivier Delacroix du lundi au jeudi et de Sabine Marin du vendredi au dimanche. Pas de jugements ni de tabous, une conversation franche mais aussi des réponses aux questions que les auditeurs se posent. Un moment d'échange et de partage propice à la confidence pour repartir le cœur plus léger.
Kyle Elliott, MPA, CHES is the founder and career coach behind CaffeinatedKyle.com. As a result of working with Kyle, senior managers and executives have landed jobs at Facebook, LinkedIn, Amazon, Google, Microsoft, and nearly every other Fortune 100/500 company you can think of. They have also found happiness. A trusted career expert, Kyle’s words have been featured on Business Insider, Forbes, Fast Company, The Muse, and Ladders, among dozens of other leading publications. He is an official member of the invitation-only Forbes Coaches Council, a member of the Gay Coaches Alliance, and a Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES). If you wish to apply for our Relationships with Reyes Scholarship please visit www.relationshipswithreyes.com or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Additionally, how you can connect with Kyle: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kylecromerelliott Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/caffeinatedkyle | @caffeinatedkyle Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/caffeinatedkyle Twitter: https://twitter.com/caffeinatedkyle | @caffeinatedkyle --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/relationshipswithreyes/message
If there was any one word that describes the past 12 months, it is disruption. But disruption is not always a bad thing. In fact, for many in the running community, it has been a chance to make lemonade from a giant bowl of lemons. S01E05 of The Run Matters Podcast begins with a discussion between lead product developer at Skechers Performance, Kurt Stockbridge and one of running’s up and coming stars, Edward Cheserek. “Ches” has been using the time during the pandemic to train for some middle-distance events and keep in peak shape for what he hopes will be an appearance in the delayed Tokyo Olympics. On the retail side, it’s hard to imagine a retailer that is disrupting more than Shoes and Brews in Longmont, CO, where you can pick up a pair of Skechers Running Shoes and grab a freshly brewed craft beer to celebrate. Then, our in-house running coach, Amanda Brooks helps us Run to The Finish talking about how disruption for runners can be a positive force.