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Thinking Like A Region
9. Erica Barreto - MCLA Institute for Arts & Humanities

Thinking Like A Region

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 20:27


Episode 9: Erica Barreto - MCLA Institute for Arts and Humanities by Alana O'Connor Today's episode is hosted by Alana O'Connor, a senior at the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts. In this episode of Thinking Like a Region, O'Connor interviews Erica Barreto, a 2018 graduate of MCLA now working as the MCLA Institute for the Arts and Humanities (MCLA-IAH) Coordinator. O'Connor and Barreto discuss the role of arts in the Berkshires, along with talks about her previous work as well as her working at MCLA, and what being a collaborator of IAH entails. This episode focuses on the creative capacities of communication, translation of experiences, project management, and the ability to approach difficult conversations. You can find the transcript for this episode here: https://tinyurl.com/EB-TLAR Thinking Like A Region is a production of the C4 Initiative, Berkshire County's Creative Compact for Collaborative and Collective Impact, based at Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts in North Adams, MA, and grant-funded by the National Endowment for the Arts. This podcast is produced by Lisa Donovan and Leslie Appleget. For more information about the show or the C4 Initiative, visit brainworks.mcla.edu/c4. THIS EPISODE'S VOICES: Erica Barreto is the former Coordinator of the MCLA Institute of Arts and Humanities. Barreto graduated from MCLA in 2018 with a degree in English/Communications with a Creative Writing concentration and Arts Management. She sits on the boards of WAM Theatre and BRIDGE, and is currently the Executive Assistant to the President of the Berkshire Black Economic Council. Alana O'Connor is a senior at the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts.

Infinite Machine Learning
Building a collaborative data platform, founding a startup, product design, engaging users, how will data roles evolve in the future | Oliver Hughes

Infinite Machine Learning

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 37:51


Oliver Hughes is the cofounder and CEO of Count. It's a collaborative data platform that helps teams work with data. He was previously at Tesco and graduated from University of Cambridge.In this episode, we cover a range of topics including:- What is data collaboration- How to build a collaborative product for ML teams- What he's building at Count- Key takeaways from being a founder- How to engage users- How they got their first 10 customers- How data roles will evolve in the future--------Where to find Prateek Joshi:Newsletter: https://prateekjoshi.substack.comWebsite: http://prateekj.comLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/prateek-joshi-91047b19

Mission Matters Podcast with Adam Torres
Collaborative Law Encourages A Client-first, Peacemaking Approach to Resolving Conflict

Mission Matters Podcast with Adam Torres

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 24:33


Collaborative law is a practice that aims to make peace and resolve conflicts without lengthy legal battles. In this episode, Adam Torres interviewed Kevin Scudder, Owner at Seattle Collaborative Law Center, PLLC. Explore Kevin's mission to change the way law is practiced in the Pacific Northwest, and around the world.Follow Adam on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/askadamtorres/ for up to date information on book releases and tour schedule.Apply to be a guest on our podcast:https://missionmatters.lpages.co/podcastguest/Visit our website:https://missionmatters.com/ The Future Is FreelanceThis show is for freelancers, sole traders, solopreneurs, digital nomads, consultants,...Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify

Work Wherever Podcast
011- Collaborative Intelligence - The Future of Work?

Work Wherever Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 33:50


This Monday, Roy Edwards takes on the Work Wherever Podcast solo to discuss artificial intelligence in the workplace and the use of a bot in the HR department. This episode drops gems on the proper training for AI and its possible uses such as automation, support tickets, and ticket tracking. Businesses could save 30 hours per employee per implementation of AI! You must be careful how you implement it, but ultimately, if you want to invest in your people, you need collaborative intelligence. Will Collaborative Intelligence take over the role of over 40% of employees who are spending a quarter of their time on manual, repetitive tasks? You don't wanna miss this!  

Localization Today
ISO publishes revised, more collaborative international standard for RSI technology

Localization Today

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 3:57


The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) announced Friday that it has revised and published its requirements and recommendations for simultaneous interpreting delivery platforms (SIDPs).

What the Fundraising
73. Mobilize Your Mission: What Gamification Can Teach Us About Engagement, Retention, & Building Community with Mariam Nusrat

What the Fundraising

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 50:35


Feel like getting outside your box? Then spend some time with Mariam Nusrat, my guest on this episode of What the Fundraising! A lightbulb realization during her 12-year frontlines career working on educational policy and behavioral change in developing countries for the World Bank has transformed her into a video games visionary. As Founder and CEO of GRID (Gaming Revolution for International Development), she has unleashed a not-for-profit platform that is democratizing mobile games, advocating for a better world, and offering players of all ages, cultures, and geographies a ton of fun along the way! And fun = retention! But there's more … Mariam has more recently launched Breshna.io, a startup that empowers global users to create, share and monetize their own purposeful Web3 video games, with no code and at lightning speed. She is sharing thoughts on how nonprofits can incorporate interactivity and other tech tools to enliven fundraising and deepen connections with funders, volunteers, and donor recipients alike. As Mary Poppins famously said: “A spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down.” Video gaming is Mariam Nusrat's engaging and playful strategy for driving a new, more equitable frontier built on interactive community, collaboration, and education, and there is so much that nonprofits can learn from her. Episode Highlights: (02:20) Mariam's experience at the World Bank brings her to today (03:36) The founding of Breshna.io and raising $2.4 million of seed capital  (06:09) The three I's that make gaming such a compelling educational tool (06:41) How do mobile games get the best retention  (09:14) Gamification: What it is and how it works.  (14:14) The similarities between nonprofit proposals and mobile games (15:33) How to create the gamification of nonprofit functions  (20:09) The “crystal ball” effect (22:44) Taking bite-sized steps forward (25:03) Collaborative versus Competitive environments (27:35) About the psychology of “showing up”  (29:48) The trade-off between too easy and too difficult (33:03) Retention is about more than luck. (34:51) NFTs and how to make donors feel lucky and exclusive in an equitable way.  (40:41) What it means to have a “building in public” philosophy  What's more powerful than a stellar fundraising strategy? Integrated software that helps you manage with ease. Visit NationBuilder, our sponsor for this episode of What the Fundraising, to learn about their ready-to-go donation pages, express payment options, and other tools to support you on every step of your nonprofit's journey!  If you're looking to lift your nonprofit to that next level, my Power Partners Formula offers a step-by-step plan to get you there, including how to identify the right partners and design the right campaign. This free masterclass offers a great starting point!

Down For The Brown
Manny Morales-North Bay Organizing Project/Latinx Student Congress

Down For The Brown

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 27:58


Collaborative student project for CALS 403, Xandri, Miguel, Chuy

Patched
Camped Out! - Collaborative Chaos

Patched

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022


Camped Out! has been on the radars of both Paul and Buddy since they first went hands-on with it at PAX of 2018. Now the game has finally been released so join the pair as they reconvene to discuss INCA Studios' debut work in this brand-new review discussion! Be sure to subscribe to Radio Watson on podcast services everywhere, and check out his streams on Twitch Follow the team on Twitter: Paul Buddy Please visit www.player2.net.au for more awesome content, subscribe to the youtube channel and consider becoming a Player2 patron, www.patreon.com/player2au

Sin Verguenza with Jimmy Lucca
Episode 93 - Collaborative Club Gone Wild

Sin Verguenza with Jimmy Lucca

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 87:02


The fellas from the Collaborative Club join the show in what is definitely a free Patreon episode. We're talking an hour and a half of straight misbehaving. Cheating, body counts, STDs, Puerto Rico and more.

Exploring Nature, Culture and Inner Life
2022:09.08 - Janie Brown and Host Michael Lerner - Face to Face, Heart to Heart

Exploring Nature, Culture and Inner Life

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 89:28


Co-presented with CancerChoices Join Host Michael Lerner in conversation with Janie Brown, founder of Callanish Society—a grassroots non-profit organization in Vancouver, BC, for people living with, and dying from, cancer. Janie Brown RN, MSN, MA was raised in Scotland and educated with a masters in psychology at St. Andrews University, and then a masters in nursing at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada. She worked for many years as an oncology nurse and clinical nurse specialist at BC Cancer in Vancouver. In 1995, inspired by the Cancer Help Program at Commonweal, she founded the Callanish Society, a grassroots non-profit organization for people living with, and dying from, cancer, based in Vancouver. She co-produced a documentary film: I'm Still Here: Young Adults Living Life with Recurrent Cancer. Janie's book Radical Acts of Love: Twenty Conversations to Inspire Hope at the End of Life (Canongate, UK 2020) describes her work of 30 years working with families living with cancer. Host Michael Lerner Michael is the president and co-founder of Commonweal. His principal work at Commonweal is with the Cancer Help Program, CancerChoices.org, the Omega Resilience Projects, the Collaborative on Health and the Environment, and The New School at Commonweal. He was the recipient of a MacArthur Prize Fellowship for contributions to public health in 1983 and is author of Choices in Healing: Integrating the Best of Conventional and Complementary Therapies (MIT Press). Find out more about The New School at Commonweal on our website: tns.commonweal.org. And like/follow our Soundcloud channel for more great podcasts.

Today with Claire Byrne
Collaborative Law

Today with Claire Byrne

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 14:45


Pauline Tesler, Pioneer of Collaborative law practise in the U.S. & Muriel Walls, Family Law Solicitor at Spain, Toomey, Walls Solicitors

Ephesiology [n. ih·fē·zē·äləʒē]: The Study of a Movement

On this Ephesiology Podcast we are joined by the director of church planting for the Summit Collaborative. Clayton Greene shares … Continue reading "Episode 121: The Summit Collaborative"

Williams Mullen's Trending Now: An IP Podcast
PARALEGAL INSIGHTS - A Collaborative Trademark Practice

Williams Mullen's Trending Now: An IP Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 12:31


In this episode of Trending Now - An IP Podcast, Janet Cho and Elizabeth Davenport provide helpful tips for anyone interested in trademarks and the due diligence process, including search options and the utility of such research.

Art Impact with Raquel Bellastella
The Power of Collaborative Creation with Sinéad Cullen #33

Art Impact with Raquel Bellastella

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 39:25


In today's episode, I'm talking to Sinéad Cullen, an architect, artist and Movement Medicine teacher with a fascination for how humans co-create. She supports individuals and organisations to access their creativity for positive change. EPISODE'S SHOW NOTESOUR FREE GUIDE TO A SUSTAINABLE + IMPACTFUL ART CAREER. 

The Freelancer's Teabreak
How I Met My Client - The Collaborative episode!

The Freelancer's Teabreak

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 11:27


I'm trying something new this episode - a collaborative episode! Listen to find out how six freelancers met their latest client.  Thank you to all the lovely contributors!  Georgina from TOPA Debs from Complete VA Daire from Daire Paddy Bee from Bee Higgins Alexis from Bushnell Community Services Sioned from Mwydro  Follow me on Instagram Email: hello@emmacossey.com Come join us in the free Freelance Lifestylers Facebook group Want more support? Check out the Freelance Lifestyle School courses and membership.  

Leadership Conversations
Leadership Conversation - Episode 220 with Sherri Douville

Leadership Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 47:16


Name: Sherri DouvilleCurrent title: CEO & Board MemberCurrent organisation: Medigram, Inc.CEO & Board Member at Medigram; honored to be recognized on top executive & U.S. CEO lists in several categories of tech and healthcare in 2022 by Startups.US as one of the highest ranked tech execs on Crunchbase #1 WW Medical & top private company executive. Serial editor, lead author, contributor to 3rd book defining advanced technology for medicine with top academic book publisher, Taylor & Francis. Editor, lead author best selling book, Mobile Medicine, only book featured by both the largest physician leadership organization, American Association for Physician Leadership and the largest engineering technical organization, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, IEEE. Draft complete paper series (11) on security, trust in engineering, & leadership. Words that people use to describe me include PRESCIENT, COLLABORATIVE, COACHABLE. As CEO I attract top talent and influence market behavior for momentum. I bring an industry-wide record of success in market leadership in sales results for medical products in over a dozen disease states over the span of a decade including with J&J and recognized by McGraw-Hill. I've mentored dozens of execs, startups, physicians, PhD's, professional associations, board directors, investors, and higher ed administrators in mobile computing & security, data science/AI, healthcare policy, regulations and more.We've set Medigram up for incredible growth that will not only maximize EBITDA and shareholder equity but create legendary careers and personal legacies.ENTREPRENEURIAL, MULTI DISCIPLINARY CEO: My deep healthcare expertise and command of multiple domains spanning tech and policy combined with years of experience navigating the medical market guide me in my strategic leadership and focus. I am proud of my ability to 1) attract the best people in both management and engineering, make them better, both immediately and over time 2) my ability to develop strategies and execution plans for stakeholders' success 3) boost market visibility through persuasive communication, entrepreneurial passion; driving our team's market, culture, services, and technical thought leadership.CREATING SILICON VALLEY 3.0 CULTURE: I've attracted top, world class experts to develop a radically new kind of company at Medigram. I love bringing out the best in people and holding us accountable to our values and mission. We will save 100's of thousands of lives while driving potential for incredible returns. In this role, I gratefully stand on the shoulders of giants while envisioning and executing a new perspective on leadership.Resources mentioned in this episode:Free Download of The Leadership Survival Guide (10 World-Class Leaders Reveal Their Secrets)https://store.consultclarity.org/lead...The Leadership Conversations Podcasthttps://open.spotify.com/show/4IB6V41...The Jonno White Leadership Podcasthttps://open.spotify.com/show/2p8rvWr...The Leadership Question of the Day Podcasthttps://open.spotify.com/show/6eZ4lZ2...Clarity Websitehttps://www.consultclarity.org/7 Questions on Leadership Serieshttps://www.consultclarity.org/large-...We'd Love To Interview YOU In Our 7 Questions On Leadership Series!https://www.consultclarity.org/7-ques...Subscribe To Clarity's Mailing Listhttps://www.consultclarity.org/subscribeJonno White's eBook Step Up or Step Outhttps://store.consultclarity.org/step...Jonno White's Book Step Up or Step Out (Amazon)https://www.amazon.com/Step-Up-Out-Di...

Save Family Farming Show
New York Times highlights success of collaborative process for water solutions

Save Family Farming Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 20:18


The New York Times recently featured the success of collaborative efforts to solve water management problems in the Yakima River Basin, and Dan Keppen, Executive Director of the Family Farm Alliance, joins Dillon to share more about the opportunities that negotiated settlements provide, as opposed to the litigatory path the Washington State Department of Ecology is pursuing in the Nooksack River Basin.

The Animal Turn
Bonus: Critical Animal Theory with Lori Gruen and Alice Crary

The Animal Turn

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 72:44


In this bonus episode Claudia talks to Alice Crary and Lori Gruen about their recent book “Animal Crisis: A New Critical Theory.” They touch on what inspired the book and spend most of the conversation focused on what “Critical Animal Theory” means. It is a timely and theoretically dense conversation.Date Recorded: 1 August 2022 Alice Crary is University Distinguished Professor of Philosophy at the New School, where she is a co-founder and steering committee member of the Collaborative for Climate Futures. She was previously Chair of Philosophy at the New School for Social Research (2014-2017) and Founding Co-Director of the Graduate Certificate in Gender and Sexuality Studies (2014-2017). As a moral and social philosopher, Crary has written widely on issues in metaethics, moral psychology and normative ethics, philosophy and literature, philosophy and feminism, critical animal studies, critical environmental studies, critical disability studies, and Critical Theory. Alice is also the author of Inside Ethics: On the Demands of Moral Thought as well as Beyond Moral Judgment. You can find out more about Crary and her work at www.alicecrary.com.  Lori Gruen has been involved in animal issues as a writer, teacher, and activist for over 30 years. She is currently the William Griffin Professor of Philosophy at Wesleyan University.  She is also a professor of Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, Science in Society, and founder and coordinator of Wesleyan Animal Studies.  She is the author and editor of over a dozen books, including Entangled Empathy ; Critical Terms for Animal Studies ; and Animaladies: Gender, Animals and Madness, to name a few. Gruen's work lies at the intersection of ethical and political theory and practice, with a particular focus on issues that impact those often overlooked in philosophical investigations, e.g. women, people of color, incarcerated people, non-human animals.  Find out more about Lori on her website (www.lorigruen.com) or connect with her on Twitter (@last1000chimps)  Featured: Animal Crisis: A New Critical Theory by Alice Crary and Lori Gruen; Animal Liberation by Peter Singer; Silent Earth: Averting the Insect Apocalypse by Dave Goulson; Summertime: Reflections on a vanishing future by Danielle Celermajer; Multispecies Love and Grief with Danielle Celermajer on Knowing Animals Podcast; Entangled Empathy by Lori Gruen; Radical Animal by Alice Crary (forthcoming).  The Animal Turn is part of the  iROAR, an Animals Podcasting Network and can also be found on A.P.P.L.E, Twitter, and Instagram Thank you to Animals in Philosophy, Politics, Law and Ethics (A.P.P.L.E) for sponsoring this podcast; Gordon Clarke (Instagram: @_con_sol_) for the bed music, Jeremy John for the logo. 

Interplace
A Playful Past Allows Us To Last: Part II of II

Interplace

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 16:11


Hello Interactors,I was interviewed!Big thanks to my friend and former Wavefront colleague, Mark Sylvester, who is now the Curator, Host, and Executive Producer at TEDx Santa Barbara.Check it out!https://tedxsantabarbara.com/.../brad-weed-we-need.../The unedited version that was streamed live is here on FB:https://fb.watch/fz9nyudo5r/Last week I left off Part I introducing a new science proposed by two scientists affiliated with my favorite multidisciplinary institution, and leader in studying complexity adaptive systems, The Santa Fe Institute. Today I draw from their paper published in August that includes links to a recent book that has shook the scientific academy. Science is adapting to a new world, a new climate, and new future. This proposed new scientific field aims to accelerate that adaptation. As interactors, you're special individuals self-selected to be a part of an evolutionary journey. You're also members of an attentive community so I welcome your participation.Please leave your comments below or email me directly.Now let's go…EVOLVING FAST AND SLOW“What until now has passed for ‘civilization' might in fact be nothing more than a gendered appropriation – by men, etching their claims in stone – of some earlier system of knowledge that had women at its centre.”These are the words of David Graeber and David Wengrow from their recent epic myth-busting book, The Dawn of Everything: a New History of Humanity. They paint a picture of human history that debunks many assumptions underlying the contributions of theoretical ‘great men' that dominate recollections of history, scientific discovery, and human evolution. But two great women stepped forward in August to offer a new center for systems of knowledge that complements Graeber and Wengrow's theories.Recent technological and collaborative advances in anthropology, archeology, ecology, geography, and related disciplines are sketching new patterns of interactions of people and place. Complex webs of far-flung and slow growing networks of social interactions, spanning large swaths of the globe over millennia, are coming into focus.Graeber and Wengrow claim “the world of hunter-gatherers as it existed before the coming of agriculture was one of bold social experiments, resembling a carnival parade of political forms.” This interpretation offers a radical counter to existing “drab abstractions of evolutionary theory.” Contrary to popular belief, they offer that“Agriculture, in turn, did not mean the inception of private property, nor did it mark an irreversible step towards inequality. In fact, many of the first farming communities were relatively free of ranks and hierarchies. And far from setting class differences in stone, a surprising number of the world's earliest cities were organized on robustly egalitarian lines, with no need for authoritarian rulers, ambitious warrior-politicians, or even bossy administrators.”Graeber and Wengrow's analysis offer an alternative understanding of the nearly 300,000 years of homo sapiens' existence. And Stefani Crabtree and Jennifer Dunne, both affiliated with the Santa Fe Institute, wrote a recent opinion piece that builds on their position. “Towards a science of archeaoecology”, published in the journal, Trends in Ecology & Evolution, calls for integrating elements of archeology and ecology under the term archeaoecology to further understand these pasts.By sharing approaches and data of related fields they hope to form a more complete picture of the unfolding of humanity and ecosystems so that both may continue to unfold into the future. They hope to intertwine two interrelated trends that emerged over the last 60,000 years of humanity. Some findings of which, were also highlighted by Graeber and Wengrow. These two trends are:The slow evident far-flung dispersal of homo sapiens across regions and around the globe.The increasingly rapid development of tools and technologies that enabled it.Together these contributed to the gradual and pervasive spread of complex social networks fueled by the interaction of people and place – and other animal species. However, as Crabtree and Dunne remind us, “As humans spread to new places and their populations grew…their impacts on ecosystems grew commensurately.”ARTIFACTS, ECOFACTS, AND SCALING MATHThe subfield of archeology that studies these impacts is environmental archeology. While much of this research focuses on a reconstruction of past climates, it doesn't always consider the larger ecological context. But the combined fields of paleontology (the study of fossilized plants and animals) and ecology does, under the name of paleoecology. However, it misses human elements of archeology just as environmental archeology sometimes ignores aspects of ecology.But new sensing technologies, increased computing power, advances in ecological modelling, and a growing corpus of digitized archeological records is providing bridges between these disciplines.  Now scientists can construct integrated understandings of how people interacted with place through deep time. Instead of fragments of artifacts, ecofacts, and trash deposits uncovered through disparate stages of time amidst localized climatic conditions, a more thorough and dynamic representation emerges.How do the interactions of people and place impact ecosystems and cultures and in turn influence their respective evolutions? It's questions like this that led Crabtree and Dunne to call on earth and human researchers to “confront pressing questions about the sustainability of current and future coupled natural-human systems” under the banner of archeoecology.It was archaeologists and paleoecologists who first coined this term. It described scientists or studies that relied on varieties of data, like geological morphology or climatology, to form interpretations of the archeological past. But they weren't intent on necessarily forming a systematic understanding of historic dynamic interactions of natural-human systems. Moreover, they weren't, as Crabtree and Dunne propose, providing an “intellectual home” for a new integrative science bridging these three disciplines:Archaeology: the study of past societies by reconstructing physical non-biological environments.Palaeoecology: the reconstruction of past ecosystems based on fossil remains but often excluding humans.Ecology: considerations of the living and nonliving interactions among organisms, mostly non-human, in existing ecosystems.The new home they suggest is filled with a growing assortment of tools and technologies which can be shared among them. They range in scale from the microscopic analysis of plants, animals, and tree rings to vast ecological and social networks through the distribution of species amidst cascading patterns of extinction. Computer models can represent everything from cellular structures that mimic behavior of biology to modelling individual and group behaviors based on quantitative data found across a range of space and time. In May I wrote about how this kind of modeling, led by another Santa Fe affiliate, Scott Ortman, uncovered new findings regarding the Scaling of Hunter-Gatherer Camp Size and Human Sociality in my Interplace essay called City Maps and Scaling Math.This array of interdependent tools conspires to generate the Crabtree and Dunne definition of archeocecology:“The branch of science that employs archaeological, ecological, and environmental records to reconstruct past complex ecosystems including human roles and impacts, leveraging advances in ecological analysis, modeling, and theory for studying the earth's human past.”NATURE OR NURTUREThe aim of this new science is to reconstruct interdependent networks of human mediated systems that mutually depend on each other for survival. This offers clues, for example, into just how many plants and animals may have migrated and propagated on their own through earth's natural systems versus being transported and nurtured by highly mobile, creative humans amidst networks of seemingly egalitarian bands. Crabtree and Dunne offer one such example from Cyprus where scientists used archeoecological approaches to discover how that area's current ecosystem came to be.Using species distribution models and food webs the research showed how settlers in the later part of the Stone Age (Neolithic period) “brought with them several nondomesticated animals and plants, including fox (Vulpes vulpes indutus), deer (Dama dama), pistachios (Pistacia vera), flax (Linum sp.), and figs (Ficus carica), to alter the Cyprian ecosystem to meet their needs. These were supplemented with domestic einkorn [early forms of wheat] (Triticum monococcum) and barley (Hordeum vulgare), as well as domesticated pigs (Sus scrofa), sheep (Ovis sp.), goat (Capra sp.), and cattle (Bos sp.).”The coincidental dating of these human settlers, plants, and animals suggests not only the introduction of new species to the area, but the intention to create a niche ecosystem on which they could survive. Elements of that Neolithic ecosystem are alive in Cyprus to this day. Crabtree's own research into the ecological impacts of the removal of Aboriginal populations in Australia corroborates these theories.Her work highlights the need to marry the high-tech scientific approaches of archeoecology with Traditional Ecological Knowledge…otherwise known as Indigenous Knowledge or Indigenous Science. As I wrote last week in Part I, stitching together past and present Western science requires collaborations with Indigenous people, their knowledge, culture, and traditions. To strategize the survival of the natural world, of which we humans are linked – amidst a changing and increasingly volatile climate – requires honoring, respecting, and collaborating with people and cultures as varied and complex as the ecosystems on which we coexist.Crabtree and Dunne show how archeoecology can reveal “how humans altered, and were shaped by, ecosystems across deep time.” By collaborating, sharing, and synthesizing diverse bodies of knowledge across artificial academic and cultural boundaries and beliefs we can “explore implications for the future sustainability of anthropogenically modified landscapes.” This is particularly imperative “given scenarios such as changing climate, land-use intensification, and species extinctions.”This treatise on archeoecology by Crabtree and Dunne offers a set of tools necessary to present “a new history of humankind.” Much like Graeber and Wengrow set out to do, it also encourages “a new science of history, one that restores our ancestors to their full humanity.”Collaborative science, like collaborative music and sports, spawns unexpected, serendipitous discovery through systems of human tension, tolerance, intimacy, and cumulative joy and sorrow, setbacks, and steps forward. This is the nature of unbridled egalitarian play observed among young people unaltered by prejudice, politics, fright, and might. It's felt in us all through lifetime acts of negotiation and negation, rejoice and reproach, exaltation and anguish, or creation and destruction. It is the nature of humankind. And it is, like our ecosystems, in constant mutualistic flux.As is the work of Crabtree, Dunne, Graeber (RIP), Wengrow, and others like them. But as they have already shown, “The answers are often unexpected, and suggest that the course of human history may be less set in stone, and more full of playful possibilities, than we tend to assume.” This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit interplace.io

Dental Business Radio
Jennifer Shelhouse, Dayton Dental Collaborative and Dayton Dental Solutions

Dental Business Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022


Jennifer Shelhouse, Dayton Dental Collaborative and Dayton Dental Solutions (Dental Business Radio, Episode 33) Jennifer Shelhouse, Chief Strategy Officer at Dayton Dental Collaborative and Dayton Dental Solutions, joined Patrick O’Rourke in the studio to talk about the ways they are doing business which create differentiation. Jennifer discussed their culture, how they empower and support their […] The post Jennifer Shelhouse, Dayton Dental Collaborative and Dayton Dental Solutions appeared first on Business RadioX ®.

Business RadioX ® Network
Jennifer Shelhouse, Dayton Dental Collaborative and Dayton Dental Solutions

Business RadioX ® Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022


Jennifer Shelhouse, Dayton Dental Collaborative and Dayton Dental Solutions (Dental Business Radio, Episode 33) Jennifer Shelhouse, Chief Strategy Officer at Dayton Dental Collaborative and Dayton Dental Solutions, joined Patrick O’Rourke in the studio to talk about the ways they are doing business which create differentiation. Jennifer discussed their culture, how they empower and support their […]

Enwaken Radio with David Morelli
Trust and Inspire: Stephen M. R. Covey shares ways to liberate the creative and collaborative potential of all employees

Enwaken Radio with David Morelli

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 68:19


NYT bestselling author Stephen M. R. Covey talks about the shift we're experiencing in leadership today, and how to build a high-trust culture that inspires.Buy Stephen's book, Trust and Inspire, at trustandinspire.com.Learn more about the RESPECT Coaching Styles Assessment at owlhub.com.

Innovation Forum Podcast
Weekly podcast: Nestlé's road to a collaborative net-zero strategy

Innovation Forum Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 23:30


This week: Owen Bethell, environmental impact lead, global public affairs, at Nestlé, talks about the company's decarbonisation strategy, and the need for corporate climate advocacy, working with governments, peer companies and suppliers. He argues that this collaboration is integral to bringing increased sustainability impact and making progress at scale towards Nestlé's net-zero targets.   Plus: land conversion for agriculture remains the greatest driver for deforestation; indigenous communities calling for a new pact preserving 80% of the Amazon forest by 2025; tougher EU deforestation regulation on the cards; and, Patagonia's owner transfers company stock into charitable trust to tackle climate change, in the news digest.   Host: Ian Welsh

Keeping Current
Diagnosis and Management of C3G: A Collaborative Effort Between Pathologists and Nephrologists

Keeping Current

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 28:31


Did you know that C3 glomerulopathy is now considered a pathological entity instead of a purely glomerular pathology? Credit available for this activity expires: 9/15/2023 Earn Credit / Learning Objectives & Disclosures: https://www.medscape.org/viewarticle/980169?src=mkm_podcast_addon_980169

MixCult Vinyl / Digital / Radio / Podcast
PREMIERE: LLLIT - Nature Dub [Moonglade Sound]

MixCult Vinyl / Digital / Radio / Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 11:12


Moonglade Sound is a soundtrack for life. Collaborative and independent music/video artists join together to create. We believe that for creating something you need spirit and nothing. Let's enjoy what we have. Let's keep the vibe - vibe.

Data-Smart City Pod
Recast - Driving Racial Equity through Data and Mapping

Data-Smart City Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 14:58


In this episode of Data-Smart City Pod, Professor Steve Goldsmith interviews Elana Needle, the director of the Racial Equity Anchor Collaborative at the Latino civil rights organization UnidosUS. The Anchor Collaborative is a collection of national, multi-racial organizations that advances equity by visualizing, tracking, and sharing data on issues like census responses, voter suppression, and police accountability. The Collaborative is intent on identifying and repairing the racist power structures that have disenfranchised millions of Americans of color, while best directing their funding in a data-driven way.    Music credit: Summer-Man by KetsaAbout Data-Smart City SolutionsData-Smart City Solutions, housed at the Ash Center at Harvard Kennedy School, is working to catalyze the adoption of data projects on the local government level by serving as a central resource for cities interested in this emerging field. We highlight best practices, top innovators, and promising case studies while also connecting leading industry, academic, and government officials. Our research focus is the intersection of government and data, ranging from open data and predictive analytics to civic engagement technology. We seek to promote the combination of integrated, cross-agency data with community data to better discover and preemptively address civic problems. To learn more visit us online and follow us on Twitter. 

This Is DesignIntelligence
Lessons in Leadership: Collaborative Partnering

This Is DesignIntelligence

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 3:42


The most effective leadership seeks the balance of creative genius coupled with savvy business acumen.  The best leaders lead with open arms seeking to learn more, include more, and collaborate more.

Spotlight on the Community
Collaborative is an Equalizer in Providing Access to Healthy Food for Underserved Families

Spotlight on the Community

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 28:14


Wesley Burt, Founder & Executive Director of Equation Collaborative, is joined by the Collaborative's Program Manager, Danielle Radford, to talk about +BOX, a food security program that delivers reliable access to healthy food to food insecure students and their families.

MixCult Vinyl / Digital / Radio / Podcast
PREMIERE: LLLIT - Ascension [Moonglade Sound]

MixCult Vinyl / Digital / Radio / Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 7:07


Moonglade Sound is a soundtrack for life. Collaborative and independent music/video artists join together to create. We believe that for creating something you need spirit and nothing. Let's enjoy what we have. Let's keep the vibe - vibe.

Hudson Mohawk Magazine
Albany Center Gallery's September exhibit

Hudson Mohawk Magazine

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 10:12


Hear from two artists involved with Albany Center Gallery. John DeSousa, one of five artists with work in the current exhibit, describes his collages and artistic process. Then Tony Iadicicco, the gallery director, talks about the gallery and its work supporting both artists and the community. Collaborative projects with other organizations include the host of murals throughout Albany, plus one being created in Schenectady. Produced by Brea Barthel for Hudson Mohawk Magazine. For more info, stop by 488 Broadway in Albany, or visit albanycentergallery.org.

C4 and Bryan Nehman
September 14th, 2022: Boyd Rutherford, Brent Sadler, Squeegee Collaborative

C4 and Bryan Nehman

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 83:26


Former Ann Arundel County Executive Laure Neuman is in for C4 today. Join her and Bryan as they discuss the squeegee collaborative that happened last night in Baltimore City at New Shiloh Baptist Church. Brent Sadler, Senior Fellow at the Heritage Foundation joins the show to talk about Ukraine's surprise offensive in the war against Russia. Also, Lieutenant Governor Boyd Rutherford calls into the show to give an update on some MD conservation laws that are tied to California's laws. C4 and Bryan Nehman are live weekdays from 5:30-10:00am ET on WBAL Newsradio 1090, FM101.5, and the WBAL Radio App.

The Community Experience
Collaborative Memberships Are On-Trend with Geraldine Wharry of Trend Atelier

The Community Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 73:04


#055 How do you provide your online community with value? You get paid to do it, so you might think you have to be at the center of every activity. But what would happen if you got out of the way and allowed your members to collaborate and build something from scratch? Geraldine Wharry is a fashion futurist who runs The Trend Atelier community. In this episode, we find out all about Geraldine's work and the collaborative project that has propelled her membership to the next level. She and Jillian discuss beta launches, events, pricing models, analytic tools, member surveys, and online communities with a mission. In keeping with the theme of futurism, this chat is a deep dive into a novel approach that points at how communities could evolve in the coming years. Show notes and more at SmartPassiveIncome.com/cx055.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Global in the Granite State
Episode 46: The Future of Work is Collaborative

Global in the Granite State

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 41:00


The nature of work has consistently changed and morphed, through technological innovation and societal upheavals. Currently, the world sees both factors pushing new ways for people to work, as well as what employees value in their work lives. We speak with Kevin Cassidy, Director and Representative to the Bretton Woods and Multilateral Organizations at the International Labour Organization, about the work that the ILO does to bring together governments, businesses, and workers to ensure a human centered approach to work. Through collaborative efforts of these three stakeholders, a more positive and successful environment for employers and employees can be created. Whether viewed through the lens of the "Great Resignation" the "Great Reshuffling" or the "Great Exploration", the fact of the matter is that major changes are underway and understanding the reason are vital to ensuring a positive outcome.If you would like to join us for our event with Kevin on October 5th, either in-person or online, you can find more information at: https://wacnh.org/event-4953543DONATE TODAY if you enjoy this program!

MixCult Vinyl / Digital / Radio / Podcast
PREMIERE: LLLIT - Zen Dub [Moonglade Sound]

MixCult Vinyl / Digital / Radio / Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 7:55


Moonglade Sound is a soundtrack for life. Collaborative and independent music/video artists join together to create. We believe that for creating something you need spirit and nothing. Let's enjoy what we have. Let's keep the vibe - vibe.

Becker’s Healthcare Podcast
Dr. Steven R. Smith, Chief Scientific Officer & Senior Vice President at AdventHealth

Becker’s Healthcare Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 14:09


This episode features Dr. Steven R. Smith, Chief Scientific Officer & Senior Vice President at AdventHealth. Here, he discusses his work with the Davos Alzheimer's Collaborative, a research study aiming to aid early detection & treatment of Alzheimer's Disease.

Playing with Research in Health and Physical Education
241: PETE Collaborative Sept "Re-designing PETE to meet student needs"

Playing with Research in Health and Physical Education

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 71:03


This is the audio from the PETE Collaborative on Thursday Sept 8th, 2022. Topic: How are teacher training programs being re-designed to meet the needs of K-12 learners and pre-service teachers: or are we teaching a 20-yr old syllabus? Description: This PETE Collaborative session will discuss potential re-designs of PETE courses to meet the needs of both K-12 students as well as pre-service teachers. Topics of re-design will include Meaningful Physical Education, embedding informal games and sports, as well as outdoor education The PETE collaborative is held the second Thursday of each month and is a gathering of PETE professionals (grad students and faculty) who discuss issues in PETE. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pwrhpe/support

The Watchdog
Donna Peduto From WV Public Education Collaborative Discusses Teacher Shortages

The Watchdog

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2022 17:08


Donna Peduto From WV Public Education Collaborative Discusses Teacher Shortages by The Watchdog

Developer Tea
Understand Position and Interest To Make Better Collaborative Decisions

Developer Tea

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 7:50


What people ask for is not the same as why they ask for it. What people want isn't as simple as what they say they want.Understanding the why is critical - the interest is just as important as the position.

Math Unmuted
Ep.4: How To Give Collaborative Feedback As A Math Coach with Marta Garcia & Polly Wagner

Math Unmuted

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 27:02


SummaryIn this episode, we talk about how math coaches can elevate the math experience for teachers and students and discuss how you can become an even better coach. In our discussion, we explore how to provide feedback without being controlling, how to uncover teachers' hidden goals, and how to avoid making your math coaching overwhelming to math educators. Marta Garcia is an independent math consultant who has worked with schools, districts, and universities to "ReImagine '' Math as vibrant, inclusive, and accessible.Polly Wagner specializes in K-8 mathematics, supporting schools, administrators, and teachers to think strategically about improving the mathematics teaching and learning in their district.A small taste of today's episode: (15:23) “The job of a mathematics coach is to see teachers, to believe in them, and their potential, and their capacity for learning and teaching - while also giving them something new to get excited about.”(15:53) “We certainly believe that schools are places where students learn and grow, but they must simultaneously be places where the adults who are in that building are also learning and growing.”LinksConnect with Marta Garcia: TwitterConnect with Polly Wagner: TwitterFollow Math Unmuted on Twitter @MathUnmuted Join the professional learning network: https://www.mathcoachconnection.org/virtual-match-coaches Join the math coaching collaborative: https://www.mathcoachconnection.org/general-5 Listen to Episode 3 - Break Your Limiting Beliefs, Enjoy Teaching Math with Marta Garcia & Polly Wagner: Apple PodcastsJim Knight's 7 Partnership Principles: https://www.instructionalcoaching.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/What-Good-Coaches-Do3.pdf Zaretta Hammond's work: https://crtandthebrain.com/about/ Central Valley Networked Improvement Community (CVNIC)

Locked On Virginia - Daily Podcast On Virginia Cavaliers College Football & Basketball
Locked On Virginia Cavaliers and Locked On ACC combine to make a great collaborative episode.

Locked On Virginia - Daily Podcast On Virginia Cavaliers College Football & Basketball

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 34:46


Locked On Virginia Cavaliers: and Locked On ACC combine to make a great collaborative episode. Topics of Discussion: Candace Cooper of Locked On ACC interviews Big Law Talks of Locked on Virginia to discuss how he got started in Sports Media. industry. They speak about the transition from Bronco Mendenhall to Tony Elliot. They also document the differences since Carla Williams has taken over the Athletic Director Position at UVA. The discussion continues on about this past weeks victory over Richmond and we close the show speaking about what is to come when coach Tony Bennett and the Wahoo Basketball team takes the court this year, Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! LinkedIn LinkedIn jobs helps you find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. Post your job for free at Linkedin.com/lockedoncollege Terms and conditions apply. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Upside Download the FREE Upside App and use promo code Locked to get $5 or more cash back on your first purchase of $10 or more.  Underdog Fantasy Sign up on underdogfantasy.com with the promo code LOCKED ON and get your first deposit doubled up to $100!  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

ON BOYS Podcast
Braden Bell Explains Middle School Boys

ON BOYS Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 47:33


Middle school boys may seem messy and mysterious, but they're also entertaining, challenging, and inspiring, says Braden Bell. The middle school years are "a wonderful, magical moment," says Bell, an experienced educator, father, and grandfather. "It's important to keep in mind that we are not raising 6th graders, we are not raising 7th graders -- we are raising future adults who currently happen to be in 6th or 7th grade." Keeping that long view in perspective is helpful because if we stop the metaphorical film at any moment, we're likely to feel stress because a lot of change happens during the tween and teenage years. But "if we realize that's a natural part of becoming an adult, that gives us a little more space and freedom to model grace and resilience ourselves," Bell says. A parent's role is to provide love, encouragement, guidance, and empathy. "Our job is not to solve their problems," Bell says. "We don't want our children to face their first problems alone when they're 25 or 30." Giving middle school boys agency to tackle their problems allows them to develop the skills and stamina they'll need to problem-solve as adults. And the beauty of tweendom and adolescence is that boys don't know what they can't yet do! During their tween and teenage years, they're more apt to set and attempt to achieve audacious goals than at most other parts of life. "I think that if we start with the assumption that our child can probably do far more than we think they can, that is almost always going to be true," Bell says. However much you think your child can do, he almost certainly can do more. But, he cautions, it has to be on your son's time. You can't push him, force him, or incentivize him. Bell's (borrowed from a 14-year-old) advice, to both middle school boys & their parents: Choose the kindest possible response in every situation. In this episode, Jen, Janet, & Braden discuss: Why middle school boys need struggle Backing off so boys can tackle their problems & set & strive for goals How autonomy builds competence, confidence, and self-respect Boys & tech Collaborative rule-setting Nurturing boys' strengths - while giving them time & space to mature Respecting boys' development Helping boys cope with school Dealing w your sons' teachers Links we mentioned (or should have) in this episode: Parent-Teacher Conference: A Teacher-Dad on Parenting Teens — Braden's newsletter (Don't miss "My Parents Refused to Intervene. It Remains One of Their Most Enduring, Precious Gifts to Me.") Honoring Dads on Father's Day (& Always) -- ON BOYS episode featuring Braden Managing Screen Time -- ON BOYS episode featuring Devorah Heitner (mentioned at 16:32) Middle School Matters with Phyllis Fagell -- ON BOYS episode BACK TO SCHOOL is happening around the globe and that carries it's own set of challenges. Join Amy McCready for the BACK TO SCHOOL SurTHRIVAL training.  End homework hassles, put the responsibility where it belongs (your kiddo…) and more.  Go to:  https://boysalive.com/school for program details. (this is an affiliate link) Need help with your boys? Subscribe to Jen's newsletter, Building Boys Bulletin Join Janet Allison's real-time, monthly group coaching program, Decoding Your Boy 

The Grower & The Economist
The Power of Collaborative Farmer-to-Farmer Peer Networks

The Grower & The Economist

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 45:32


This week we take a look into what it means to develop a comprehensive curriculum for new farmers on a small and medium scale with guest expert, Dr. Marcus Coleman. He is currently serving as a Visiting Assistant Professor at Tulane University and previously served as Program Director for Grow Louisiana Beginning Farmer Training Program at LSU AgCenter. Dr. Coleman explains the importance of diversification and some of the common barriers that small- and medium-sized growers face in the beginning, specifically in New Orleans and Louisiana as a whole. However, he is bringing an innovative shift to farmer training by incorporating marketing and leadership development. We learn a lot in this conversation about tools to help farmers take the lead, examples of farmers scaling up and one positive outcome of the pandemic.

Rural Matters
Driving Collaborative Investment in Rural Prosperity (Part II of Rural Prosperity Series) with the U.S. Treasury Department's Noel Poyo, CISP's Christiana McFarland, and the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis' Daniel Paul Davis

Rural Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 46:47


In this second installment of our five-part series on the future of investing in rural prosperity, produced in collaboration with the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis and the Federal Reserve Board of Governors, Michael chats with the following experts on investing rural prosperity in America: Noel Poyo, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Community Economic Development at the Treasury Department; Christiana McFarland, Director of the Center for Innovation Strategy and Policy (CISP) at SRI International; and Daniel Paul Davis, Vice President and Community Affairs Officer at the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis. They discuss inclusive development in various types of rural communities, regional collaboration and economic connectivity, advancing shared prosperity in rural America, and much more. This episode, and the entire five-part series, is sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis and the Federal Reserve Board of Governors. For more information, visit www.stlouisfed.org. The views stated by podcast guests do not necessarily reflect those of our sponsors.

SEO Podcast | SEO.co Search Engine Optimization Podcast
#802: The Evolution of SEO: Why SEO is Now More Collaborative Than Ever

SEO Podcast | SEO.co Search Engine Optimization Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 7:43


The agency-client partnership has become a necessity. What is each side's responsibility to ensure a successful SEO campaign? Agencies are at the forefront of the SEO industry and should know the latest trends. The importance of a strong social media campaign is higher than ever.  Companies need to provide direction for their clients' content marketing efforts. Agencies don't have the time, resources, or desire to learn everything about each client's industry. Clients need to educate their SEO agency on what topics and interests to focus on with regard to content strategy.  SEO agencies can't replicate the voice and writing style of a client's CEO or face, nor can they reach out on behalf of this person. The actual guest posting can only be done by the client—otherwise, they won't get authorship attribution and build author rank. More info about the evolution of SEO: why SEO is now more collaborative than ever:    https://seo.co/evolution-of-seo/   Connect with us:  SEO // PPC // DEV // WEBSITE DESIGN // RECRUITERS

Species Unite
Lori Gruen and Alice Crary: Animal Crisis

Species Unite

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 45:53


“We have to look at those structures. If we don't look at those structures, if we don't look at the economic structures and we don't look at the instrumentalization of animals, the use of animals, the devaluation, the lack of dignity that's given to animals, we're just going to perpetuate our sort of grotesque use of these creatures.” – Lori Gruen     Philosophers, Alice Crary and Laurie Gruen co-wrote the recently released book, Animal Crisis: A New Critical Theory. The book is a deep dive into the many systems that are failing both animals and humans and makes the case that there can be no animal liberation without human emancipation.     “What we're doing is bringing out the possibility, making it possible to recognize that some of the structures that harm human beings also harm animals… and to show that that these ties aren't accidental.” – Alice Crary     Alice Crary is University Distinguished Professor of Philosophy at the New School, where she's a co-founder and steering committee member of the Collaborative for Climate Futures.   Laurie Gruen is the William Griffin professor of Philosophy at Wesleyan University, where she coordinates Wesleyan Animal Studies. Lori has been on the podcast before, and I am very happy and honored to have her back.   Links: Animal Crisis: https://www.amazon.com/Animal-Crisis-New-Critical-Theory/dp/1509549684    Lori Gruen: https://www.lorigruen.com/   Alice Crary https://alicecrary.com/

Quantum Growth for Financial Advisors
Elevating Your Collaborative Approach: Less Clients, More Value

Quantum Growth for Financial Advisors

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 40:48


To engage higher net-worth clientele, most advisors and service-based professionals require a paradigm shift to alter their thinking and service approach. In this episode, Jon Kuttin speaks with returning guest Anton Anderson, managing partner at Elite Resource Team.  Anton discusses Elite's new Catalyst Program and how the best advisors and teams are adapting a “less The post Elevating Your Collaborative Approach: Less Clients, More Value appeared first on Kuttin Consulting Group.

The Clinical Entrepreneur
113: How to Charge What You're Worth - Pricing Strategy from Business Coaching Collaborative

The Clinical Entrepreneur

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 15:46


How much to charge for your time…   Almost every single practitioner I work with struggles with this.   In fact, over 80% of practitioners (this likely includes you) are undercharging.

The Business of Meetings
130: Occupational Wellness with Nancy Snowden

The Business of Meetings

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 43:04


  We have the great pleasure of speaking with the education guru, Nancy Snowden today! She is the Lead Manager of Educational Experiences for Meeting Professionals International (MPI). Nancy joins us for a fully-packed session where she shares her insights and experience. We dive into mental health, emotional intelligence, financial literacy, humor, improvisation, and unschooling. We hope you enjoy listening to today's thought-provoking episode with Nancy Snowden! Bio:  An educator by trade, dream chaser by nature, and brain-science fanatic, Nancy Snowden has always sought to do things in her own way. From earning her bachelor's degree in English, Creative Writing, and Women & Gender Studies, to continuing her education and earning her master's degree in Adult Education & Interdisciplinary studies – she loves to look at an average opportunity and carve out the path that cultivates her zeal for life and passion for helping others. After spending a decade working in Higher Education and specifically, the wellness sector, she took a leap and joined the Academy team at MPI Global Headquarters and launched headfirst into the world of meeting and event professionals. Since then, Nancy has found an incredible amount of fulfillment working to provide #meetingprofs with the tools and resources they need to live and work at their best as the Lead Manager of Educational Experiences. Nancy's story After graduating with a degree in adult education and various other subjects, Nancy spent eight or nine years working for universities and international non-profit organizations with chapters and clubs on student campuses. She did some low-level event planning on college campuses and worked with college students, mainly with leadership, wellness, emergency response, and risk reduction in the education and development realm. A job at MPI In 2018, Nancy got tired of working within the confines of higher education and spent almost a year looking for a new job. Then a friend of a friend posted her original role at MPI. Nancy learned about the organization, landed the job, and joined MPI.  Health promotions standpoint wellness  Consumerism has taken hold of health promotions standpoint wellness. That is why there is currently one notion of wellness based on what you own, participate in, and put into your body.  Overwhelm Like many others during the pandemic, Nancy could no longer function because she was extremely overwhelmed. She even went into a short-term care facility before starting at MPI because she needed a break from the world to get herself together enough to move forward. Event professionals Feeling overwhelmed is unacceptable. Sometimes, the feeling is almost indiscernible. Event professionals are positioned uniquely to design and create experiences that can underpin that side of wellness in an integrated way. Transformative wellness Wellness becomes transformative when we address the small things that impact how we live or interact with others daily.  Nancy's wellness presentations When Nancy talks about the transformational power of wellness and event wellness design in her presentations, she is referring to the deeper facets of what it is to be human and how that shows up in the events people create.  Financial wellness  Financial wellness in meetings and events lies in having tiered prices and providing discounts, scholarships, access to unique funding sources, and community structures for networking to equip attendees. Social wellness If people cannot go to events, interact with people who are meaningful to them, and network, they are not socially well. If they go to events and do not see themselves reflected in the content, speakers, and accommodations, they will not be their most authentic selves in the space. That is another barrier to social wellness. Bringing wellness into organizations The expectation that organizations and people in leadership positions will be submissive has framed Nancy's understanding of how the wellness conversation gets brought into the corporate sphere, how organizations get shaped, and how support systems get created for employees, teammates, and colleagues.  Emotional intelligence Emotional intelligence is being so self-aware that when a moment of conflict arises, you can work through it in a way that the other person does not even realize you are helping them work through it. Learning emotional intelligence For people to learn emotional intelligence, they need to be willing. They also need to be aware of the lizard brain (the primal piece of the brain that works out of fear and response) and be able to turn it off. Improvisation Improvisation can be used as a tool for enhancing one's understanding of emotional intelligence. Compromise Nancy helps organizational leaders and employees to find compromise when moments of conflict arise. That allows the organization to continue and grow and the leaders and employees to maintain their wellness. Key indicators of success Collaborative leadership and emotional intelligence are the key indicators of success within business units. Open communication Open communication and flexibility are key elements of any safe working environment.  Occupational wellness Occupational wellness creates a foundation for people to have successful careers.  Values If you articulate your values clearly, you can position yourself uniquely within your workplace and ensure your strengths get utilized. Humor Nancy uses humor to wield her emotional intelligence, self-reflect, and be candid. Allowing herself to be made fun of helps diffuse difficult or offensive situations. It also alleviates pressure and lets her take a step back mentally. A fallacy Nancy points out that it is a fallacy that people in leadership don't care or are disinterested.  Education in professional industries Nancy shifted her opinion about the role of education in professional industries when she learned that there is no one size fits all way to create experience and credibility. She does not see education as a marker of intelligence. Unschooling Rather than creating more educational inequity and making it harder for people to be successful, we should look at what each person brings to the table and provide them with opportunities for advancement, fulfillment, and success.  New learning dynamic Within the events industry, there are some non-degree holding professionals and others from degree programs with less than four years of experience. There is a divide between them even though they both bring valuable experiences to the industry. Nancy proposes a new learning dynamic in which both sides could learn together and from one another. Connect with Eric On LinkedIn On Facebook On Instagram On Website Connect with Nancy Snowden On LinkedIn MPI Book mentioned: Motivating the Middle by T.J. Sullivan

Dents in the Darkness
Digital Space - Just Cause Collaborative

Dents in the Darkness

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 29:08 Very Popular


Our friends Stephen Hay and Meghan Kinter with Just Cause Collaborative provide expertise, strategy development and training for non-profits in the areas of marketing communication, funding and systems so you can focus on what's most important to you - executing your mission! Hear more of their story in this latest episode. This year they are producing our Northeast Leadership Summit recap video. You & your crew can sign up today here: www.necollaborative.com/NLS22!

BRAVE COMMERCE
Mark Edmonson of Materne North America on diverse representation, collaborative partnerships, and capturing new audiences

BRAVE COMMERCE

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 21:34


Mark Edmonson, Chief Marketing Officer of Materne North America, joins hosts Rachel Tipograph & Sarah Hofstetter to discuss diverse representation. He talks about his experience as a marketer and how he came to his current position with Marterne. He speaks on the importance of diversity, equity, and inclusion and being represented as a black gay man in the marketing field. Recognizing the importance of representation, Mark explains his recruiting efforts and how he is pulling talent from and creating mentorship opportunities with historically black colleges. Further, Mark recalls his expertise in digital marketing and his past studying computer science and mathematics. He also mentions the importance of innovation and how leveraging collaborative partnerships can help brands capture new audiences beyond the typical demographics a product is tailored to. Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.