During this episode of Why Change? co-hosts Ashraf and Jeff catch up among seasons of change. Ashraf shares his interview with Darren Isom who is a partner at the Bridgespan Group and host of the Dreaming in Color podcast. The discussion covers topics of leadership, knowledge, and finding from leaders of color. In this episode you'll learn: About work which catalyzes and amplifies efforts to share knowledge from leaders of color in culture, education, and philanthropy; How creative learning reimagines arts leaders as educators, arts students as future dreamers and leaders, and funders as equity workers; and The role of ecosystems to cultivate the conditions for the integration of the arts into funding. Equity, and leadership development. ABOUT DARREN ISOM: Darren Isom is a partner in The Bridgespan Group's San Francisco office. He first joined the firm as a consultant in 2007, left as a manager in 2014 and returned as a partner in 2019. During his earlier tenure with Bridgespan, Darren was engaged with a diverse array of cases and was consistently lauded for building deep, enduring client relationships, helping clients develop bold yet pragmatic strategies, and his commitment to amplifying community voice and engagement in developing and leading innovative, high-impact youth and community programs, practices, and philanthropy. After leaving Bridgespan in 2014, Darren was the founder and executive director of the Memphis Music Initiative (MMI), an ambitious five-year, $20M grantmaking and community arts development initiative. He led efforts to use targeted investments and programmatic offerings to strengthen youth and community music engagement activities for low-income, Black, and Latino youth and communities. It has also sponsored research to create a national conversation on the importance of community engagement and inclusion, disruptive philanthropy, and the powerful role of arts investments in driving equitable, high-impact community outcomes. To launch and lead the organization, Darren built strategic relationships with arts organizations, musicians, schools, funders, community, public, and private groups; built the team, including a diverse and inclusive board and 20 staff; and developed a robust infrastructure for delivering results in Memphis and the Mid-South, a particularly racialized region. Before Bridgespan he worked as the art, design, and public programming director for Times Square Alliance, planning and implementing programming for public art and performance initiatives throughout the Times Square District. Prior to working at Times Square Alliance, Darren served as VP of Programs for Groundwork. A seventh generation New Orleans native, Darren is a graduate of Howard University, Institut d'Études Politiques de Paris, and Columbia Business School's Institute for Nonprofit Management. An activist for disconnected youth and LGBT communities of color, he has served as an advisor to the leaders of several Bay Area, Southeast US, and national foundations. He currently serves on the board of Beloved Community of New Orleans, Collage Dance Collective of Memphis, Springboard to Opportunities in Jackson, MS, and the National Guild for Community Arts Education. This episode was produced by Ashraf Hashm; the executive producer is Jeff M. Poulin. The artwork is by Bridget Woodbury. Creative Generation's Digital Media Producer is Daniel Stanley. This podcasts' theme music is by Distant Cousins. For more information on this episode and Creative Generation please visit the episode's webpage and follow us on social media @Campaign4GenC --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/whychange/support
What should we do (or not do) to make a good first impression on others? Is "humble-bragging" better or worse than straightforward bragging? Or is completely hiding our successes an even better strategy than humble-bragging or straightforward bragging? When do our attempts to signal something about ourselves actually end up signalling something else that we don't intend? What are some long-term strategies for gaining others' respect?Övül Sezer is a behavioral scientist, stand-up comedian, and Visiting Assistant Professor at Columbia University, Columbia Business School. She received her A.B. in Applied Mathematics and her Ph.D in Organizational Behavior from Harvard University. Follow her on Twitter at @ovulsezer or learn more about her at ovulsezer.com.
This week I got to sit down with Carol Pak, founder of Sool! With renowned beverages like @drinkmakku and @drinksoku, Carol and the @drinksool team have paved the way in innovation to globalize Korean alcohol in an accessible and inclusive way since 2017. I personally fell in love with Makku in October 2021 on a trip to Seattle where this rice-based, all-natural, vegan, and gluten-free drink birthed from our parents' country brought such a physically and emotionally satisfying taste with each sip. Listen in on our conversation as Carol reflects on how all her experiences intersect to lead her to this point today, what she would tell her younger entrepreneur self, and her invaluable perspective as an Asian American female founder of a global product. Prior to Sool, she worked at ZX Ventures (owned by AB InBev), leading the launch of a new alcoholic beverage brand in China. She is native New Yorker, with a Bachelor's degree from the University of Michigan and an MBA from Columbia Business School. Follow Carol on Instagram and LinkedIn. Carol's MBTI is ENFP - The Campaigner! https://www.drinksool.com/ Make sure to rate this episode 5 stars and subscribe so you never miss another! Go to @kollercommentary to comment your key takeaways and join the email list to share what you want to hear about next! Thank you for being a part of this community. Eunjoy ~ --- 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/kollercommentary/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kollercommentary/support
Wesley Barbosa é fundador da EduTech Become Inc., Professor convidado da Fundação Dom Cabral, ex-Executivo do Facebook no Vale do Silício, ex-Sócio da XP Investimentos, especialista em neurociências e Idealizador da ONG chancelada pela Nações Unidas e acelerada por Stanford Ajude o Pequeno. Foi Líder de Desenvolvimento de Mercado no Instagram e Facebook no Brasil e o executivo responsável por trazer o Baidu (O Google Chinês) para a América Latina. Ministrou aulas na Berkeley University e Singularity University, na Califórnia. Formado em Adm e em Marketing, possui educação executiva em Negociação por Harvard Law School, neurociência pelo MIT (Massachussetts Institute of Technology), inovação e Marketing por Columbia Business School. @wesleybarbosa
Have you ever lost a friend to misperception? Have you lost a friend or a family member to the idea that your views got so different, that it was time to end the relationship — perhaps by unfriending each other on Facebook?As it turns out, we often think our ideological differences are far greater than they actually are. Which means: we're losing relationships and getting mired in polarization based on warped visions of each other. This week on Your Undivided Attention, we're talking with Adam Mastroianni, a postdoctoral research scholar at Columbia Business School who studies how we perceive and misperceive our social worlds. Together with Adam, we're going to explore how accurate — and inaccurate — our views of each other are. As you listen to our conversation, keep in mind that relationship you might have lost to misperception, and that you might be able to revive as a result of what you hear.CORRECTIONS: In the episode, Adam says in 1978, 85% of people said they'd vote for a Black president, but the actual percentage is 80.4%. Tristan says that Republicans estimate that more than a third of Democrats are LGBTQ, but the actual percentage is 32%. Finally, Tristan refers to Anil Seth's notion of cognitive impenetrability, but that term was actually coined by the Canadian cognitive scientist and philosopher Zenon W. Pylyshyn.RECOMMENDED MEDIA Widespread Misperceptions of Long-term Attitude Changehttps://www.pnas.org/doi/abs/10.1073/pnas.2107260119 Adam Mastroianni's research paper showing how stereotypes of the past lead people to misperceive attitude change, and how these misperceptions can lend legitimacy to policies that people may not actually preferExperimental Historyhttps://experimentalhistory.substack.com/ Adam's blog, where he shares original data and thinks through ideasAmericans experience a false social reality by underestimating popular climate policy support by nearly halfhttps://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-022-32412-yAcademic study showing that Americans are living in what researchers called a “false social reality” with respect to misperceptions about climate viewsRECOMMENDED YUA EPISODES Mind the (Perception) Gap with Dan Vallonehttps://www.humanetech.com/podcast/33-mind-the-perception-gapThe Courage to Connect. Guests: Ciaran O'Connor and John Wood, Jr.https://www.humanetech.com/podcast/30-the-courage-to-connectTranscending the Internet Hate Game with Dylan Marronhttps://www.humanetech.com/podcast/52-transcending-the-internet-hate-game
On this Episode of the BRITE Ideas podcast, Matt and JP speak with Kim Miller '08, Chief Marketing Officer of The Economist Group [NOTE: Kim left her role between recording this interview and posting it]. Kim talks about the unique charter of The Economist that is designed to protect its journalist independence – as an example, on marketing communications decisions Kim reports to the Editor in Chief who has authority over The Economist brand. As with many episodes, Kim also details the strong mission driven nature of the company – driving progress – and how that can help balance the commercial and brand needs facing any media company. In addition, Kim talks about leadership as a member of the LGBTQ+ community and her own BRITE Idea passion to combat the climate crisis – a pillar of the brand she works for.
Where should the mindset shift start, and how can you set yourself up for success? Our guest Saket Jain will help us learn what it takes to build a life where you don't have to worry about someone else dictating your financial situation. Gain tons of wisdom by joining us in this talk!Key Takeaways to Listen forQuestions to ask yourself that will shift your mindsetWhy you should initiate to start designing your own life pathTop reasons why people don't have control over their lifeHow to set yourself up for success in real estate The best way to get out of a poor financial situationA great piece of advice on achieving victory in your lifeResources Mentioned in This EpisodeTo get a free copy of Saket Jain's book, go to https://impactwealthbuilders.com/book-launch/ Free Apartment Syndication Due Diligence Checklist for Passive Investor About Saket JainSaket Jain is a #1 bestselling author, investor, syndicator, tech enthusiast, and philanthropist. He is the Founder and CEO of Impact Wealth Builders, where he's passionate about achieving financial freedom through real estate. He has over 15+ years of experience in real estate investing. Over the last 5 years, Saket has taken a particular interest in class B/C multifamily apartments in markets with strong fundamentals. Saket, along with his partners, has built a portfolio of over 2000 units totaling $200M in assets across several US markets, generating consistent double-digit annual returns.In addition to investing, Saket currently serves as a Business Operations leader at Airbnb Headquarters. Prior to that, Saket, in his role as a business consultant, built, launched, and led profitable new ventures in the technology and financial sectorsSaket earned his MBA at Columbia Business School and achieved his Bachelor in Engineering at IIT, India. When he is not working, Saket loves to spend time with his wife of 19 years and 2 daughters.Connect with SaketWebsite: Impact Wealth BuildersConnect With UsPlease visit our website: www.bonavestcapital.com and please click here, to leave a rating and review!SponsorsGrow Your Show, LLCThinking About Creating and Growing Your Own Podcast But Not Sure Where To Start?Visit GrowYourShow.com and Schedule a call with Adam A. Adams.
This is an illuminating conversation between Shivaram Rajgopal, Kester and Byrnes Professor at Columbia Business School, and host Mandi McReynolds. Listen as they discuss his pragmatic approach to ESG as illustrated in his three-part Forbes article series ESG – A Defense, A Critique, And A Way Forward: An Evidence-Driven Pragmatic Perspective. Resources: 1) ESG – A Defense, A Critique, And A Way Forward: An Evidence-Driven Pragmatic Perspective - https://www.forbes.com/sites/shivaramrajgopal/2022/08/21/esg--a-defense-a-critique-and-a-way-forward-an-evidence-driven-pragmatic-perspective/ 2) ESG – A Defense, A Critique (part 2), And A Way Forward: An Evidence-Driven Pragmatic Perspective - https://www.forbes.com/sites/shivaramrajgopal/2022/08/28/esg--a-defense-a-critique-part-2-now-and-a-way-forward-an-evidence-driven-pragmatic-perspective/ 3) ESG – A Defense, A Critique, And A Way Forward (part 3): Evidence-Driven Pragmatic Perspective - https://www.forbes.com/sites/shivaramrajgopal/2022/09/01/esg--a-defense-a-critique-and-a-way-forward-part-3-now-evidence-driven-pragmatic-perspective/ 4) Website - https://www.shivarajgopal.com/
Blair Smith is Senior Director of the Center for Financial Markets at the Milken Institute, where he leads the Center's Access to Capital and strategic innovative financing initiatives to enhance economic and social impact. Prior to joining Milken he was an adjunct professor at the Columbia Business School. He is the former Chief Investment Officer for the Upper Manhattan Empowerment Zone Development Corporation, a CDFI and was the Founder and CEO of Promethean AB Strategies LLC, a strategic consultancy focused on helping diverse led Asset Management firms achieve their goals. He is a member of the Real Estate Executive Council and is a 2019 Council of Urban Professionals (CUP) Finance Catalyst recipient. We start with Blair's upbringing which saw him split his time between Annapolis and Baltimore in Maryland - a shift between big city and small town life. He took what his friends describe as the "weedy path" into finance, starting out in journalism and ultimately moving in to impact investing. We speak about the field of journalism and how it is evolving, and the lessons he learned there that he imported into his role in finance. We discuss then his role at the Milken Institute, and how it is set up as not just a Think Tank but at Think and Do Tank. We dive into defining the concept of inclusive capital: Inclusive Capital is a belief in the concept that diversity creates long term value that benefits all stakeholders. So not just businesses and investors but also employees, customers, governments and communities. The second aspect of inclusive capitalism is that it produces equitable, measurable and sustainable growth that empowers others while addressing many of society's needs. And then finally, that inclusive capitalism enables stakeholders to participate in the capital markets structure to support both the end beneficiary as well as keeping an eye on the bottom lineThe Milken institute believes in convening the right people in the room. We move to the imperative of ensuring more diversity in the workplace, not just because diverse teams perform better, but because they are likely to more nimble, more adaptable and more able to pivot two the dynamic changes happening in the workplace today. Series 5 is sponsored by Astarte Capital Partners, an asset management firm focused on sustainable real asset sectors, acting as anchor investor and partner to specialist emerging managers. Astarte is headquartered in London with a presence in Sydney and Toronto.
On this week's episode, we are joined by Christos Makridis. Christos Makridis is the CTO/COO and co-founder of Living Opera, a web3 multimedia startup that brings together classical music and blockchain technologies to produce transformative experiences. Christos holds academic appointments at Stanford University, Columbia Business School, and other academic and policy institutions, and has published over 60 peer-reviewed journal articles and over 150 news stories in the press. He holds doctorates in economics and management science & engineering from Stanford University.
This vibrant discussion held in the summer of 2022 focused on innovation, design, strategy and communication. Rita Gunther McGrath is a best-selling author, a sought-after speaker, and a longtime professor at Columbia Business School. She is widely recognized as a premier expert on leading innovation and growth during times of uncertainty. Rita has received the #1 achievement award for strategy from Thinkers50 and has been consistently named one of the world's Top 10 management thinkers. As a consultant to CEOs, her work has had a lasting impact on the strategy and growth programs of Fortune 500 companies. Rita is the author of the best-selling The End of Competitive Advantage and Seeing Around Corners: How to Spot Inflection Points in Business Before They Happen. ----- Fred Dust is the founder of Dust&Co and works at the intersection of business, society and creativity. As a designer, author, educator, consultant, trustee, and advisor to social and business leaders, he is one of the world's most original thinkers, applying the craft and optimism of human-centered design to the intractable challenges we face today. Using the methodology in his book Making Conversation, he has been working with The Rockefeller Foundation to explore the future of pressing global needs. As a former Global Managing Partner at the acclaimed international design firm IDEO, Fred works with leaders and change agents to unlock the creative potential of business, government, education, and philanthropic organizations.
Are you pushing yourself so hard and so fast that you don't have time to think? Are you so busy getting through each day that you're not planning for the long term? Being caught in execution mode isn't a bad thing. But you have to stop from time to time and ask yourself if what you're doing is, in fact, the RIGHT thing. The thing that will get you closer to your long-term goals. So, how do you make space in your calendar to consider the long game? How do you become a long-term thinker in a short-term world? Dorie Clark was named the #1 Communication Coach at the Marshall Goldsmith Leading Global Coaches Awards and one of the Top 50 Business Thinkers in the World. Dorie also teaches at Duke University's Fuqua School of Business and Columbia Business School, and she is the bestselling author of several books, including The Long Game: How to Be a Long-Term Thinker in a Short-Term World. On this episode of Workplace Forward, Dorie joins me to explore why it's so challenging to commit to the long game and explain how to decide what's worthy of the long game for you. She discusses the confusion around being busy versus being important, challenging leaders to maximize our time and make space in the calendar for long-term thinking. Listen in for Dorie's insight on developing the clarity and character to achieve worthwhile long-term goals in your personal and professional life. Themes explored in this week's episode: Why long-term thinking is more difficult now than it was 10 years ago How to get clear about what's worthy of the long game for you Why it's so challenging to commit to the long game (and what to do about it) Dorie's take on why we confuse being busy with being important How to maximize your time to create open space for long-term thinking What you can learn from conducting a detailed time tracking study How Dorie applies the ‘hell yeah' test to say no to good opportunities Being intentional about company culture in a remote or hybrid work setting What companies can do to promote diversity and tap into everyone's full capacity How to think about outsourcing anything that's not your highest and best use Recognizing good team members and understanding their long-term career goals The #1 question leaders of the future need to ask themselves Resources from this episode: Read along with this Workplace Forward Podcast episode's text transcript Follow @dorieclark on Twitter and Instagram Connect with Dorie on LinkedIn or Facebook Learn more about Dorie's work at https://dorieclark.com/ Get your copy of The Long Game: How to Be a Long-Term Thinker in a Short-Term World Take Dorie's free Long Game self-assessment Register for Dorie's Trajectory Mastermind or Recognized Expert Course Explore Sylvia Bellezza's research on busyness as a status symbol Read Dorie's articles on time tracking in Harvard Business Review and Fast Company Read ‘Manage Your Energy, Not Your Time' by Tony Schwartz and Catherine McCarthy Learn more about Derek Sivers ‘hell yeah or no' test Understand the gender stress gap and the idea of emotional labor I would love to hear from you! Have an idea for a podcast or a question you want me to address? Interested in additional support, resources and workshops? Here are all the ways you can interact with me! Tweet me @TeganTrovato Email firstname.lastname@example.org Follow me on Facebook @BrightArrowCoaching Follow me on Instagram @TeganTrovato Connect with me on LinkedIn: Tegan Trovato Download free tools and sign up for my newsletter, coaching and workshops at https://www.brightarrowcoaching.com/
Awesome chat with Angela Lee (37 Angels, Columbia Business School) about angel investing. We talk through what angels are looking for, who should try to raise from them, what'll happen if they do, and what the other options are.Then, we spend the last 15 minutes starting a $100mm Taco company. Angela walks through the process goals and financial milestones she'd want to hit in a fascinating startup exercise. Angela Lee37 AngelsShould you Bootstrap or Raise VC?Tacklebox
Skyler Cohen is a close friend of the FlexIt community, and has nearly seven years of experience in the healthcare industry, across multiple verticals. This career has inspired Skyler to further pursue the business side of the healthcare industry, specifically in health tech. In the latest episode of Just FlexIt™, Skyler touches on the importance of telehealth and relates the industry to FlexIt's platform. Skyler also provides a touching look into her upcoming journey post-graduation from Columbia Business School.
As we bring our third series and second full year of podcasting to a close we have assembled a library of over 170 diverse role models in this series. As the macro backdrop churns these dynamic personalities are our touchstones, our human constants, through the market noise. In Series 5 of 2022 we hear from leaders from large institutions, a charity, a sovereign wealth fund, as well as a strategist at a global asset manager, a purveyor of inclusive capital, a partner at a consulting firm who successfully came back as a "returner", a financial journalist and an ex navy aviator.The guests in Series 5 are: David Holmgren is Chief Investment Officer at Hartford Healthcare, based in Connecticut, and has had over 30 years of experience in running both internal and external investment portfolios in a range of settings. Aside from being a nonprofit CIO, David also serves on the investment board for the Hartford Community Foundation. James Brooke-Turner is director of Yoke and CEO and investment director of the Nuffield Foundation, based in the UK. He was voted one of the inaugural for inspiring leaders in the voluntary sector, and writes about financial governance for charities.Geri McMahon is a partner at AON and Co-head of Responsible Investment at the firm. She started her career at Price Waterhouse Coopers in Sydney, and spent time as a fixed income trader before moving to a healthcare technology, business and ultimately moving to AON in 2018. She wrote a powerful LinkedIn post about returners, which led me to want to find out more about returnship programs and their value. In 2019, she was awarded the most inspiring returner at the professional pensions, women and pensions awards after her first year returning.Blair Smith is senior director of the Center for Financial Markets at the Milken Institute, where he leads the center's access to capital and strategic innovative financing initiatives to enhance economic and social impact. Prior to joining Milken, he was an adjunct professor at the Columbia Business School. He's the former Chief Investment Officer for the Upper Manhattan Empowerment Zone Development Corporation, a CDFI and was the founder and CEO of Prometheus AB strategies, LLC, a strategic consultancy focused on helping diverse lead asset management firms achieve their goals. He's a member of the Real Estate Executive Council and is a 2019 Council of Urban Professionals Finance Catalyst recipient.Emma Jane Joyce is a sustainability specialist at the National Treasury Management Agency based in Dublin. She spent most of her career at the agency holding roles such as Head of responsible investment and investment director. She's a member of the Ireland steering committee of the CDP global environmental reporting system.Terri Duhon is an award winning educator, TEDx speaker, Board Director and speaker, who has over 25 years of experience in financial markets. She wrote the book "How the trading floor really works", founded her own financial markets trading firm, and is an Associate Fellow at the Said Business School in Oxford. She sits on the Board of Morgan Stanley International, where she is Chair of the Risk Committee, and also holds a number of additional independent director roles. Dr. David Kelly is Chief Global Strategist at JP Morgan Asset Management, a position he has held for over 14 years. He lives in Massachusetts. He was previously economic advisor at Putnam Investments, and prior to that held a range of roles in the financial services industry. Originally from Dublin, like myself, he's a PhD in Economics from Michigan State University. Eugene O"Callaghan is a business and investment advisor based in Dublin, where he advises a range of asset managers and sovereign wealth funds on strategic initiatives. He was formerly Director of the Irish Strategic Investment Fund and prior to that Director of the National Pensions Reserve Fund of Ireland. He started his career as an accountant.Preeti Singh was until recently an LP reporter in the private equity area at the Wall Street Journal. She graduated from the Graduate School of journalism at Columbia University, and has worked in a range of roles and financial journalism. She has spent time as a Content Manager for publishing company in executive search prior to entering journalism, and is known for her ability to cultivate deep relationships across the industry, and to get the first scoop and industry moves. Julie Cane is CEO of Democracy Investments. The firm uses a proprietary algorithm to drive capital flows toward the economic growth of democratic countries and away from authoritarian states. She has had an over 20 year background in financial services where she has developed market leading innovations at Wells Fargo, Charles Schwab Advisor Services, SEI Investments and Autodesk Ventures. She began her career as a US Naval Aviator flying the SH03 Sea King helicopter. Among her other roles, Julie is Chairman of the Board of Swords to Plowshares, a nonprofit helping over 3000 military veterans, and she is currently Captain in the California State Guard.
Description: This podcast episode is being released on the US Labor Day holiday. Therefore, I am rebroadcasting an episode where I spoke with Diana Wu David who is the author of Future Proof: Reinventing Work in an Age of Acceleration. If you have listened to this podcast long enough, you have heard me discuss a number of concepts that I attribute to Diana and her book. Read you her about section on LinkedIn: I am a former Financial Times executive, author of Future Proof: Reinventing Work in an Age of Acceleration, and an adjunct professor at Columbia Business School's EMBA Global Asia. I started out my career working on high-level strategy as a management consultant and as an assistant to Dr. Henry Kissinger at Kissinger Associates in New York. I work with global leaders, companies, and boards to enhance their ability to adapt, contribute, collaborate and grow. I am privileged to have consulted with or spoken to clients including the Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group, the World Bank, Expedia, Randstad, and Credit Suisse. I write about the future of work for publications including Fast Company, Inc and Thrive and speak globally on the future of work, corporate governance and boards, and East-West issues. I re-edited this episode and there is so much good stuff in it, that even if you listened to it when it was originally published in July of 2021, you should listen to it again. There are a few terms that I want you to listen for in this episode: Identity foreclosure Revival of the guild Culture of experimentation If you hear these terms you may want to relisten to those sections as I think they are important topics. This episode is sponsored by Career Pivot. Check out the Career Pivot Community, and be sure to pick up my latest book, Repurpose Your Career: A Practical Guide for the 2nd Half of Life Third Edition. For the full show notes and resources mentioned in the episode click here.
Michael Mauboussin is an adjunct professor of finance at the Columbia Business School and the Head of Consilient Research at Counterpoint Global, Morgan Stanley Investment Management. Bill Mann interviewed Mauboussin in front of a live audience about a range of investing topics, including: - The approach of "expectations investing" and how to apply it - Why a company's base case for growth is so important - Peloton's faulty growth predictions - Businesses with real option value Companies mentioned: SBUX, PTON, AMZN, GOOG, GOOGL, WMT, TGT Host: Bill Mann Guest: Michael Mauboussin Producer: Ricky Mulvey Engineers: Tim Sparks
We are sop excited to introduce you to Jill Lauri. She is a professional Animal Communicator and Coach. She communicates telepathically with animals and coaches pet parents, veterinarians, and other pet professionals on pet loss and transformation. Monthly, Jill writes a Blog, a free Healing With Animals Newsletter, and a free Vet Tips for Thriving Newsletter.Jill guides people through emotional challenges with their pets and helps distraught pet parents navigate illness, aging, grief, and loss. She communicates with all species and those who have passed on. Since sessions are over the phone, Jill can speak with people and their animal companions worldwide. Jill is unique as her sweet spots are the bittersweet moments of stress, frustration, transition, confusion, and grief people encounter in relationships with their pets. Jill has spent many years counseling/coaching and studying spiritual approaches to life & death. She has learned to be with the deep emotional pain and beauty that can arise with our beloved animal companions. The pets hire her to express their feelings, thoughts, and desires in ways their pet parents can understand.Jill earned Certificates from Mani Center in Spirituality and Sedona International School for Animal & Nature Communication. She holds an MSW from Hunter College and an MBA from Columbia Business School. Jill created and taught a class on Spirituality and Healing to master-level social workers at the Silberman School of Social Work. Jill was born with a deep love and respect for animals. She advocates for animals and the passage of animal-friendly laws. Jill has contributed nature-inspired recommendations to the United Nations and has written a column in The Wave Newspaper called "Jill's Healing Wave."Jill founded ANIMAL ROCK (a celebration of our relationships with animals) in 2017. ANIMAL ROCK is returning to Rockaway Beach this year. The animals are throwing a party, and they rock like nobody else. They will be celebrating human relationships with animals. The goal is to educate the public about a variety of animal-related topics. Animal organizations and rescue groups are welcome to participate for free. Raffle prizes and other product donations will be acknowledged at the event and in promotional activities. Join ANIMAL ROCKSaturday, September 24, 202210:00 am to 4:00 pmBeach 94/95 Streets & Shore Front ParkwayRockaway Beach, NY 11693Contact with Jill Lauri:Jill@HealingWithAnimals.comHealingWithAnimals.comwww.twitter.com/HealWithAnimalswww.facebook.com/HealingWithAnimals www.instagram.com/HealingWithAnimalswww.linkedin.com/in/jilllauri Join the PetPix World CommunityCheck our Petpix world free courses:https://www.petpixworld.com/free-courseshttps://www.instagram.com/petfashionguild/https://www.instagram.com/leftpawpress/https://www.facebook.com/LeftPawPresshttps://www.facebook.com/PetFashionProfessionals
We are back after our two week hiatus and we welcome Yoav Gilat of Cannonball and Angels & Cowboys Fame. Yoav launched Cannonball Wines with 20 + years of diverse experience in consumer goods & beverages. Born and raised in Israel, Yoav moved to the UK in 1994 & studied Law at the University of Kent. Following graduation, Yoav practiced law for three years before moving on to Tymco Beer Ltd., where he managed business development for brands including; Red Bull, Corona, Beringer, Masi, Fonseca, Planeta & others. Yoav then pursued his MBA at Columbia Business School & Haas School of Business/Berkeley & further deepened his industry experience by providing strategy & marketing services to Constellation with their brands; Blackstone Winery & The Campari Group – SKYY Vodka. Today, Yoav oversees all day-to-day operations as well as the company's distributor & international sales networks in over 60 markets. True to the Cannonball spirit, Yoav is a professional scuba diver & Cabernet is his “go-to” varietal. Very insightful to say the least!Don't forget to Subscribe, Rate and Review! Please please It only takes a few minutes and helps me/the show grow. The more subscribers, reviews and rates helps us to get discovered! Also, follow us on our Facebook @corkandtaylor and Instagram accounts @corkandtaylorpodcast.Also, Please consider supporting the show as it would be appreciated. This helps me offset expenses to continue to run and grow the Cork & Taylor Wine Podcast. Thanks! Lukehttps://www.patreon.com/corkandtaylor
It isn't just anyone who can run an organization that has an impact on tens of thousands of leaders in over 100 countries, but ExecOnLine co-founder Stephen Bailey is that person. Prompted by a sense that access to high-quality online education could unleash career breakthroughs for diverse talents, the fast-growing company is a leader in its category. Stephen has also won recognition as the New York EY Entrepreneur of the Year. He'll be joining me this Friday and you can be part of the conversation. Rita McGrath is a best-selling author, sought-after speaker, and longtime professor at Columbia Business School. As one of the world's top experts on innovation and growth, Rita's work is regularly published in the Harvard Business Review. She is consistently ranked among the Top 10 management thinkers in the world and was ranked #1 for strategy by Thinkers50. Get in Touch, Keep in Touch! https://www.ritamcgrath.com/ You can follow me on Twitter (@rgmcgrath), on Instagram (@ritamcgrathofficial), on LinkedIn and here on YouTube. For access to the archives, ability to make comments and to be part of the community, subscribe. We're also ramping up some interesting offers at Valize. For instance, we've revived the BareBones net present value calculator featured in my book, Discovery Driven Growth. You can download it for free from the Valize web site @ https://www.valize.com/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thoughtsparksritamcgrath/message
Gernot Wagner, climate economist at Columbia Business School, sits down with James M. Lindsay to discuss progress in the green energy transition and the risks and benefits of carbon capture and solar geoengineering technologies. Mentioned on the Podcast “America's Domination of Oil and Gas Will Not Cow China,” The Economist Jason E. Box, et al, “Greenland Ice Sheet Climate Disequilibrium and Committed Sea-Level Rise,” Nature Climate Change Isabel Schnabel, “Looking Through Higher Energy Prices? Monetary Policy and the Green Transition,” remarks delivered to the American Finance Association Isabel Schnabel, “A New Age of Energy Inflation: Climateflation, Fossilflation and Greenflation,” remarks delivered to The ECB and Its Watchers XXII Gernot Wagner, Geoengineering: The Gamble
If you are looking for insights into the mindset of a female CEO this episode if for you! Kristel Bauer sat down with Erin Moennich, the CEO of Draper James, a clothing & lifestyle brand founded by Reese Witherspoon, to talk about how she stepped into a leadership position, her mindset, how she manages stress and more! Kristel and Erin also talk about the mission of Draper James and how Erin works to support her team's well-being as well as her own. Tune in now! Key Takeaways from This Episode The secret sauce to excel and get into a leadership position A look into being a female CEO The importance of mindset as a leader How Erin views setbacks The importance of mentors How Erin navigates stress A look into Draper James How what we wear impacts how we feel How Erin is supporting her team's well-being as well as her own About Erin Moennich: Erin Moennich is the CEO of Draper James, a women's direct-to-consumer lifestyle brand that launched in 2013 by Reese Witherspoon. Most recently, Erin was the CEO of children's retailer giggle, where she was responsible for all aspects of the business including e-commerce, marketing, product developmentand finance. Prior to giggle, she spent 7 years with LVMH in various roles at Louis Vuitton and LVMH's Fashion Division. Before LVMH, Erin held multiple merchandising positions at Bloomingdales, across men's and women's categories. Erin began her career as an analyst at Peter J. Solomon Company, a boutique investment bank with a focus on Retail and Consumer, where she worked on mergers and acquisitions for brands such as Dick's Sporting Goods, Loehmann's, and Del Laboratories, among others. She has also served on the board of Aerosoles, a wholesale and retail shoe company. She is a graduate ofthe University of Michigan and Columbia Business School. Erin resides in Brooklyn, NY, with her husbandand two young children, Camilla and Henry. Website: https://draperjames.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/erin-moennich-b1a1a245/ Instagram: @draperjames @erinmoennich Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/draperjames/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/draperjames About the Host of the Live Greatly podcast, Kristel Bauer: Kristel, the Founder of Live Greatly, is on a mission to help people thrive personally and professionally. Kristel is a corporate wellness expert, Integrative Medicine Fellow, Top Keynote Speaker, TEDx speaker & contributing writer for Entrepreneur. Kristel brings her expertise & extensive experience in Corporate Wellness, Emotional Intelligence, Leadership, Mindset, Resilience, Self-Care, and Stress Management to in-person and virtual events as Professional Keynote Speaker. If you are looking for a female motivational speaker to inspire and empower your audience to reclaim their well-being, inner motivation and happiness, Kristel's message will leave a lasting impression. Kristel would be happy to discuss partnering with you to make your next event one to remember! Speaking Topics can be tailored to fit the needs of your group. To Book Kristel as a speaker for your next event, click here. Follow Kristel Bauer on: Instagram: @livegreatly_co LinkedIn: Kristel Bauer Twitter: @livegreatly_co Facebook: @livegreatly.co Youtube: Live Greatly, Kristel Bauer To Watch Kristel Bauer's TEDx talk of Redefining Work/Life Balance in a COVID-19 World click here. Disclaimer: The contents of this podcast are intended for informational and educational purposes only. Always seek the guidance of your physician for any recommendations specific to you or for any questions regarding your specific health, your sleep patterns changes to diet and exercise, or any medical conditions. Always consult your physician before starting any supplements or new lifestyle programs. All information, views and statements shared on the Live Greatly podcast are purely the opinions of the authors, and are not medical advice or treatment recommendations. They have not been evaluated by the food and drug administration. Opinions of guests are their own and Kristel Bauer & this podcast does not endorse or accept responsibility for statements made by guests. Neither Kristel Bauer nor this podcast takes responsibility for possible health consequences of a person or persons following the information in this educational content. Always consult your physician for recommendations specific to you.
Mark talks with Omid Malekan (@malekanoms), Adjunct professor at Columbia Business School. Tornado Cash and what is REALLY under attack.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
With all the current uncertainty there are times we need to hear something uplifting, it was wonderful to revisit my interview with the fabulous Carol Sankar. Her energy was exactly what I needed to hear and I'm sure you'll welcome it too. So many points resonated as we spoke about rebounding from adversity, working on your Plan B and taking time to celebrate even your smallest achievements. More about Carol Sankar - Carol is a high level consultant and the founder of The Confidence Factor for Women in Leadership. She has been featured at TEDx, The Steve Harvey Show, TODAY Show, Columbia Business School, The United Way and more. In addition, her work has been covered by Inc. Magazine, Glamour, O Magazine, Forbes, Harvard, Entrepreneur Magazine — to name a few. Carol is also a contributor for Inc., & Entrepreneur Magazine. Carol can be found on all major social media platforms. ---------------------------------------------------------- Sign up for my weekly newsletter to receive information and advice for the Woman of Color who wants more from their career https://janicesutherland.ck.page/newsletter ____________________________________ FIND ME ON: Official Website | https://www.janicesutherland.com Facebook | https://www.facebook.com/iamjanicesutherland LinkedIn | https://www.linkedin.com/in/iamjanicesutherland Twitter | https://www.twitter.com/This_Woman_Can YouTube Channel | https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCx3J9vmdKueDI0Mbks4qftg Janice Sutherland helps frustrated, #midcareer, professional women of color re-align their careers while staying true to their values and personal and professional priorities. #thiswomancan #careertransition #careerpivot
Founder of the Mentora Institute and award-winning Professor at Columbia Business School, Hitendra Wadhwa, joins us to share his thoughts regarding the five negative mindsets that can wreck your judgment. The Mentora Institute is at the forefront of creating a simple, inspiring, and personalized approach to developing leaders–clients include Accenture, Chevron, Ericsson, Kraft Heinz, Lululemon, Morgan Stanley, New York Times and more. Hitendra's mission is to discover, codify and teach the laws of success in life and leadership. With an MBA and Ph.D. from MIT's Sloan School of Management and a lifelong study of the world's mystic traditions, he brings a mathematician's rigor and a truth-seeker's spirit to some of today's most vexing questions about authenticity, success, leadership, and human potential. Hitendra's work has been covered by leading media including Fortune, Forbes, Financial Times, Wall Street Journal, CNN, and more. His lessons, says the BBC World Service, “are about how to become a master of yourself before trying to be a master of the universe.” Psychology Today states, “The award-winning professor promises not how to make a living, but how to live.”
Prateek Jain, is our friendly Network Capital Rocket Scientist. He designed Business jets for years before, two tech startups and an MBA at Columbia Business School led him to Product Management. He now lives in San Francisco, and does Product Management at the Hypergrowth company - Twilio. Prateek is passionate about building technology, writing, and simplifying complex ideas to make an impact. Lately, he's trying to meditate more and perfect his Hakka Noodles recipe.
Want to be successful? Well connected? Richer? Maybe even happier? Well, join me in a front-row seat for a man who has decoded a great deal of not only why to do these things but how. Meet Keith Ferrazzi, author of the best-selling "Never Eat Alone" join and listen. Rita McGrath is a best-selling author, sought-after speaker, and longtime professor at Columbia Business School. As one of the world's top experts on innovation and growth, Rita's work is regularly published in the Harvard Business Review. She is consistently ranked among the Top 10 management thinkers in the world and was ranked #1 for strategy by Thinkers50. Get in Touch, Keep in Touch! https://www.ritamcgrath.com/ You can follow me on Twitter (@rgmcgrath), on Instagram (@ritamcgrathofficial), on LinkedIn and here on YouTube. For access to the archives, ability to make comments and to be part of the community, subscribe. We're also ramping up some interesting offers at Valize. For instance, we've revived the BareBones net present value calculator featured in my book, Discovery Driven Growth. You can download it for free from the Valize web site @ https://www.valize.com/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thoughtsparksritamcgrath/message
Ernest (Ernie) Higa shares his extensive leadership and entrepreneurial experience starting from his mid-20s succeeding his family business and leading various industries including lumber, medical device, and food and services. Born in Honolulu, Hawaii, Mr. Higa graduated from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania with a degree in International Business. He also holds a Bachelor of Business Administration (MBA) from Columbia Business School. After university, Mr. Higa joined his family business, Higa Industries Inc. (now Domino's Pizza Japan). Shortly after, he became the company's Representative Director. Mr. Higa then began developing the Domino's Pizza chain within Higa Industries, and became the President in the early 1980s. Presently, he is the Chairman and President since 2015. Mr. Higa has led many other corporate and professional organization including the Representative Director of Wendy's Japan, First Kitchen and Director of Shinsei Bank and Del Sole Corp. Leading a lumber business company which was part of Higa Industries at just 26 years old was one of the first leadership challenges for Mr. Higa. Mr. Higa was fortunate to be able to hire employees who had retired from major trading firms and other large corporations, but still wanted to work. He says these people had a wealth of experience and contacts that allowed him develop his company. Being Japanese American enabled Mr. Higa to not have to play by the rules when leading staff who were much more experienced and senior then him. Being in the trade industry, working between Japan and the US, his experience and knowledge of working in the states and knowing how to communicate to English speaking businesspeople also helped him earn the respect and trust from his employees. Mr. Higa adds: “there's a certain rule that you can break because you're not Japanese and that becomes an advantage, but you have to know what those rules are. And so it really requires understanding the Japanese culture.” Eventually, Mr. Higa grew the business from 20 people in 1985 to 9000 people including full-time and part-timers, by 1997. In addition to the lumber business, Mr. Higa had diversified into the medical business with neurosurgical implants and then started developing Domino's Pizza in Japan. Regarding his success in Japan, Mr. Higa credits his ability to position himself in the niche Japanese marketplace and adapt foreign products to Japanese consumer needs. Moreover, the experience of starting Domino's Pizza made Mr. Higa take a more bottom-up leadership approach as he realized the head office executives are there to support the store managers to successfully drive their business, which then increases the entire company's profit. He adds that building and maintaining trust with the customers is essential in the sustainment of the business and if there are any errors made, it is important to take care of it right away. Having worked in various industries, Mr. Higa claims a strong corporate culture is the key to good employee engagement across all organizations. Mr. Higa says due to his entrepreneurial background, the culture of his organizations reflects this spirit, and emphasizes a positive, “can do” mindset. Due to this approach, Mr. Higa's organizations have attracted employees who enjoy being in a more flexible environment that encourages innovative thinking and growth. Mr. Higa also developed a training centre to ensure this corporate culture messaging was communicated right from the beginning at the orientation stage to his staff. Additionally, his company holds many internal events to motivate the employees, including full-time and part-timers. By having a unique but consistent approach to building corporate culture across various sectors, Mr. Higa thinks this set them apart from the more established, larger corporations and enabled his business to grow. On advice to newcomers leading in Japan, Mr. Higa advises to be respectful of the Japanese culture and understand there are differences from the western way of doing business. This mentality is important when launching products and making strategic decisions, as well as managing people. Mr. Higa adds one must “think global and act local, but don't go too native. If you go too native, then you are managing completely like a Japanese corporation, then you'll miss out. I think you'll lose against the Japanese companies who are Japanese. But it's a moving target, what is global, what is local, and what is going to be native? And you always have to adjust.” Mr. Higa thinks learning Japanese does help, but the most important thing is realizing there's a difference in cultures and respecting that. Mr. Higa defines leadership as something that changes depending on the leader, as there is no one-size-fits-all format. He adds: “I try to lead by example, I try to get the respect of my people but I also try to enhance my people and work with my people so that they make a lot of decisions themselves.”
School is in session! Omid Malekan, adjunct professor at Columbia Business School, explains how blockchain and cryptocurrency can innovate finance. He answers what future applications look like and how investors can get their hands dirty to expand their understanding. Justin and Irusha end the session with a look at the market, a breakdown in Harmony Biosciences (HRMY), and a resurgence in oil and retail with Exxon Mobil (XOM) and Costco (COST). For the video version, visit investors.com/podcast.
Omid Malekan is an adjunct professor at Columbia Business School, where he lectures on blockchain and crypto. A nine-year veteran of the crypto industry, he spends most of his time as a consultant, educator, and advocate for this new way of building trust. Sometimes called the Explainer-in-Chief of blockchain technology, his latest book is titled Re-Architecting Trust: The Curse of History and the Crypto Cure for Money, Markets and Platforms.
Dr. Ying Huang currently serves as Chief Executive Officer of Legend Biotech. He sits on the Board of Directors of Legend, as well as Quanta Therapeutics. Dr. Huang brings over 9 years of experience in research and development at major multi-national pharmaceutical companies and 12 years of experience as a biotechnology analyst on Wall Street. Dr. Huang was a Managing Director and Head of Biotech Equity Research at Bank of America Merrill Lynch where he led a team of analysts covering more than 30 biotechnology companies that encompass a wide range of therapeutic areas. His knowledge and expertise have been recognized by the Institutional Investor survey as a top ranked biotechnology analyst on Wall Street. Dr. Huang previously worked at Wachovia, Credit Suisse, Gleacher and Barclays before joining Bank of America Merrill Lynch. Besides providing investment research to investors, Dr. Huang and his team conducted due diligence for numerous successful initial public offerings (IPOs) and follow-on offerings in the biotechnology sector. Prior to his Wall Street career, Dr. Huang was a Principal Scientist at Schering-Plough in the Department of Chemical Research focusing on small molecule drug discovery in the therapeutic areas of cardiovascular and central nervous system. He is the co-author of multiple patents and peer reviewed publications. Dr. Huang received his Doctor of Philosophy in Bio-organic Chemistry from Columbia University. He also studied in the Special Class for the Gifted Young at the University of Science and Technology of China and Columbia Business School.
Dorie Clark has been named one of the Top 50 business thinkers in the world by Thinkers50. In addition to being a consultant for brands like Google and Microsoft, Dorie teaches at Duke University's Fuqua School of Business and Columbia Business School, and she is the Wall Street Journal bestselling author of The Long Game, Entrepreneurial You, Reinventing You, and Stand Out, which was named the #1 Leadership Book of the Year by Inc. magazine. We discussed all of this and more this week on the On Brand podcast. About Dorie Clark Dorie Clark helps individuals and companies get their best ideas heard in a crowded, noisy world. She has been named one of the Top 50 business thinkers in the world by Thinkers50. She was honored as the #1 Communication Coach by the Marshall Goldsmith Leading Global Coaches Awards and one of the Top 5 Communication Professionals in the World by Global Gurus. She is a keynote speaker and teaches for Duke University's Fuqua School of Business and Columbia Business School. She is The Wall Street Journal bestselling author of The Long Game, Entrepreneurial You, Reinventing You, and Stand Out, which was named the #1 Leadership Book of the Year by Inc. magazine. A former presidential campaign spokeswoman, Clark has been described by The New York Times as an “expert at self-reinvention and helping others make changes in their lives.” She is a frequent contributor to the Harvard Business Review, and consults and speaks for clients such as Google, Yale University, and the World Bank. Forbes has declared that “her insights connect marketing, social media, communications, learning technologies, and personal discovery to give us a blueprint for success in the future economy.” She is a graduate of Harvard Divinity School, a producer of a multiple Grammy-winning jazz album, and a Broadway investor. Episode Highlights Leading with “the fun part” … I kicked off the interview by asking Dorie about some of her interesting activities like investing in Broadway shows and producing jazz albums. This led her to one of the big ideas of her latest book The Long Game … Optimize for interesting. “We're often told to follow our passion but many don't know what their passion is—they have passion shame.” That's why Dorie encourages people to optimize for what's interesting in their lives. If there's a seed of something you like, work to add more of that in your work. In turn, this helps you stand out as a personal brand. What if you're stuck? What if you don't know what the inserting part of your life is? Dorie had a couple of idea starters for this. “First, what did you like to do as a kid? Chances are, you still like the same things now.” You'll have to listen to the show for her other handy hacks. “I look for positive constraints in business,” says Dorie. “Constraints can make us more creative and efficient.” She then noted Parkinson's Law, which says that work will expand to fill the time allotted. What brand has made Dorie smile recently? Dorie cited the fun summer (and sustainable) shoe brand Suavs for all of the good they're doing with their innovative products. “We all consume too much plastic. It's good to see someone doing something about it.” To learn more about Dorie and to take her free self-assessment that goes with The Long Game, head to dorieclark.com/thelonggame. Want more Dorie Clark On Brand? Check out her first appearance back in 2015 when Dorie was one of the first guests on the show! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Today we welcome Hitendra Wadwha, Professor of Practice at Columbia Business School where he teaches Columbia's most popular leadership course, the award-winning “Personal Leadership & Success.” Hitendra is also the founder of Mentora Institute, which is at the forefront of creating a new model of leadership that is agile, authentic, and attainable. Hitendra's research and teaching on personal leadership have been covered by Forbes, Fortune, CNN, Psychology Today, Wall Street Journal and others. He is the author of Inner Mastery, Outer Impact.In this episode, I talk to Hitendra Wadwha about personal development. Growth is often associated with the mastery of skills. But Hitendra reminds us that inner work is also growth. The internal battles we face lead us to become more attuned to our most authentic selves. In order to unlock our full potential, Hitendra shares with us Five Core Energies and how to activate them. We also touch on the topics of leadership, service, purpose, and transcendence. Website: www.hitendra.comTwitter: @HitendraWadwha Topics02:31 Hitendra's background and upbringing 06:16 Personal leadership09:23 Public leadership13:44 Ashoka the Great18:01 Dominion over yourself21:30 Authenticity and our real selves27:05 Core Energy: Purpose29:33 Core Energy: Wisdom30:48 Core Energy: Growth32:04 Core Energy: Love33:33 Core Energy: Self-Realization37:34 Conceptualizing the Five Core Energies39:50 Living vs leading 43:41 The mystic in all of us48:22 From inner dominance to inner surrender
In this week's episode, Roger Knecht and Trevor discuss the technologies and softwares and how they impact you and how you run your business. Trevor gives a Step by step illustration on ways you can change or translate technical concepts into easy concepts that are easily understood by the clients. Learn how you can accelerate your business growth through innovative ways. Your Host: Roger Knecht, president of Universal Accounting Center Guest Name: Trevor Ewen Trevor is an experienced software engineer, and real estate investor. He has an MBA from London Business School and Columbia Business School. He is a Southport Ventures partner and the CEO of Southport Technology Group. He manages full-stack teams in clean energy, insurance, finance, and media. Notable engagements include Morgan Stanley, HBO, Honest Buildings (now Procore), Black Bear Energy, and PRco. Sponsors: Universal Accounting Center Helping accounting professionals confidently and competently offer quality accounting services to get paid what they are worth. Offers: Business owners (or administrators) can book a 30-minute virtual coffee with a member of our team here: https://stg.software/coffeeIt's free. We send you a Starbucks gift card and do a quick technical survey on your business. After the call, we compile the information into a free report and send it over. BizBench Get a FREE copy of this book all accounting professionals should use to work on their business and become profitable. This is a must-have addition to every accountant's library to provide to have the premier accounting business today: “in the BLACK, nine principles to make your business profitable” – e-book “Red to BLACK in 30 days – A small business accountant's guide to QUICK turnarounds” – the how-to-guide e-book for accounting professionals For Additional FREE Resources for accounting professionals check out this collection HERE! Be sure to join us for GrowCon, the LIVE event for accounting professionals to work ON their business. This is a conference you don't want to miss. Remember this, Accounting Success IS Universal. Listen to our next episode and be sure to subscribe. Also, let us know what you think of the podcast and please share any suggestion you may have. We look forward to your input: Podcast Feedback For more information on how you can apply these principles in your business please visit us at www.universalaccountingschool.com or call us at 801.265.3777
We're doing a special episode on cryptocurrency this week and covering what occurred in May of 2022 when the world watched as one of the biggest projects imploded. Once valued at $400 billion, the project was known as TerraUST, a stablecoin that was going to transform the crypto market and the way that traditional payments would be made in the future. Instead, investors watched as its market value dropped by almost 99% within 24 hours. What led to this death spiral and more importantly, what does the future hold for crypto investors? Our special guest Omid Malekan, Adjunct Professor at Columbia Business School, will break down the story in Episode 50 of The Great Fail. Terra Sources How a Trash-Talking Crypto Founder Caused a $40 Billion Crash Terra Was Too Big to Fail, and It Failed: Bloomberg Crypto TerraUSD's collapse will take down every other algorithmic stablecoin, crypto analysts say TerraUSD ‘stablecoin' delisted from crypto exchanges How $60 Billion in Terra Coins Went Up in Algorithmic Smoke The Fall of Terra: A Timeline of the Meteoric Rise and Crash of UST and LUNA The Terra (LUNA) Collapse: 4 Lessons To Be Learned (Opinion) The Real Reasons Behind the Crypto Crash, and What We Can Learn from Terra's Fall Luna Crypto Crash: What Happened To Terra Luna? Who is Do Kwon, the ‘lunatic' who created a $60 billion cryptocurrency that collapsed in days? Crypto investors contemplate SUICIDE and hide from friends seeking revenge for losing their life savings as currency crashes to zero Terra LUNA Investors Lose Everything In 98 Percent Plunge, Suicide Hotline Posted At Top Of Forum All Those Celebrities Pushing Crypto Are Not So Vocal Now See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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Andrea Amozurrita es un refrente en temas de Finanzas y Sustentabilidad en México. Estudio Finanzas y Administracion en la Universidad Panamerica y cuenta con estudios en el Ipade, Columbia Business School, Yale University y Collective Academy. Durante su trayectoria, Andrea ha sido parte de las empresas más importantes de México como GBM, Grupo Bimbo así como Grupo Herdez. Actualmente es Directora de Finanzas y Sustentabilidad dentro del Grupo Herdez, una de las 100 Mujeres Más Poderosas de México por la revista Expansión y una Líder de la Sustentabilidad por Las Empresas Verdes donde nos enseña que todos podemos ser parte de las soluciones.
Stop taking a “wait and see” approach as a leader and start provoking the future. I host Deloitte Chief Strategy Officer and author, Steve Goldbach, who explains why leaders tend to act so tentatively in the face of uncertainty and then shares a powerful strategy to help leaders move forward more boldly and courageously. Prior to joining Deloitte, Steve was a Partner at Monitor Group and head of its New York Office and head of strategy at Forbes. He's a globally recognized strategist, author and thought leader. Steve helps executives and their teams transform their organizations by making challenging and pragmatic strategy choices in the face of uncertainty. He focuses his work on clients and industries undergoing large scale transformation. Steve helps companies combine rigor and creativity to create their own future. Steve has co-authored two bestselling books – Detonate: Why – and how – corporations must blow up best practices (and bring a beginner's mind) to survive (Wiley, 2018), and Provoke: How leaders shape the future by overcoming fatal human flaws (Wiley, 2021). Thinkers50 has nominated Steve as a finalist for the 2019 Distinguished Achievement Award in Strategy and in 2021 for the Distinguished Leadership Award. Steve holds degrees from Queen's University at Kingston, where he serves on the Global Advisory Board of its Smith School of Business, and Columbia Business School. He and his wife live in Manhattan with their young daughter. LinkedIn Profile https://www.linkedin.com/in/stevengoldbach (https://www.linkedin.com/in/stevengoldbach) Company Link https://www2.deloitte.com/us/en.html (https://www2.deloitte.com/us/en.html) WHAT YOU'LL DISCOVER IN THIS EPISODE: What Steve learned going on “public golf course' tour from coast to coast. Steve's first book, Detonate, and when you should use it at work. Why leaders should “provoke” the future instead of “creating” it. A key leadership strategy when people disagree with you at work. The benefits of writing a book as an executive. How to get your company to support your book. Why “humble curiosity' is a success skill. RESOURCES: Detonate: Why – and how – corporations must blow up best practices (and bring a beginner's mind) to survive (Wiley, 2018), Geoff Tuff, Steve Goldbach https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07BYZ5B1P/ref=dp-kindle-redirect?_encoding=UTF8&btkr=1 (https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07BYZ5B1P/ref=dp-kindle-redirect?_encoding=UTF8&btkr=1) Provoke: How leaders shape the future by overcoming fatal human flaws (Wiley, 2021). Geoff Tuff, Steve Goldbach https://www.amazon.com/Provoke-Leaders-Shape-Future-Overcoming/dp/1119764475 (https://www.amazon.com/Provoke-Leaders-Shape-Future-Overcoming/dp/1119764475) ----- Connect with the Host, #1 bestselling author Ben Fanning https://www.benfanning.com/speaker/ (Speaking and Training inquires) https://followbenonyoutube.com (Subscribe to my Youtube channel) https://www.linkedin.com/in/benfanning/ (LinkedIn) https://www.instagram.com/benfanning1/ (Instagram) https://twitter.com/BenFanning1 (Twitter)
David explains how economists will say anything if you pay them enough. Joe Manchin signs on to the climate bill, what's in it, and why did Manchin give in? Trump is promising martial law. Manufacturers of AR-15s were brought before Congress on Wednesday. David takes a close look at how those hearings revealed the ways assault weapons are marketed to white nationalists and far Right members of The Proud Boys, The Oath Keepers and The Boogaloo Boys. Also, we continue to examine the right wing's growing "insurrectionary theory” of the Second Amendment, and the false belief that our Founding Fathers believed citizens needed guns to check an "overly intrusive" government. We look at the midterms, and ask if things might be looking better at least politically for Biden and the Democrats. Guests with Time Stamps: 00:01:50 Conservative Party televised debate cut short when moderator collapses 00:04:49 Should Democratic candidates distance themselves from Biden? 00:10:47 What do the Democrats have to run on for the Midterms? 00:14:28 Shocker: Manchin gets on board Biden's Climate Bill 00:16:16 Biden insists you can't be pro cop and pro insurrection 00:18:38 Trump falsely claims he's "pro cop" 00:20:23 Trump promises martial law 00:23:59 Congress forces manufacturers of AR-15s to testify 00:28:16 Congresswoman AOC takes on the CEO of Sturm Ruger 00:38:27 Louisiana Congressman Clay Higgins warns of a blood bath if the FBI and the ATF comes for the assault weapons 00:51:32 Democratic Congressman Gerald Connolly accuses GOP of threatening violence 00:54:43 Republicans insist the Second Amendment is for Insurrection 01:03:16 Biden administration says it's not a recession 01:10:48 David wants a Nobel prize in Economics 01:15:05 New documents reveal Uber hired economists to lie about Uber's impact on the economy 01:18:36 Academy Award Winning Movie "Inside Job" exposes academics for hire 01:20:21 Professor Frederic Mishkin, Columbia Business School, is a fraud 01:25:42 Glenn Hubbard, recently retired Dean of Columbia Business School, is a fraud 01:34:32 Professor Ben Burgis talks about his latest article in Current Affairs: "How Leftists Should Debate in Mainstream Spaces," and his forthcoming article in Jacobin: "Peter Thiel Wants You To Think He's An Evil Genius. He's Just A Rich Guy." 02:03:31 President Donald Trump, AKA Robert Smigel, tells us how he invented Rap 02:06:50 Dr. Philip Herschenfeld is a Freudian psychoanalyst. Ethan Herschenfeld is a comedian and actor, and his new comedy special "Thug, Thug Jew" is streaming on YouTube. Buy Ethan's new book "Today Is Now." 02:36:22 Emil Guillermo is host of the PETA Podcast, and a columnist for The Asian American Legal Defense And Education Fund. 03:09:37 The Rev. Barry W. Lynn does a deeper dive into January 6 and other legal problems for Trump and the extreme Republican agenda on social issues. 04:09:00 "I'm On My Way" written and performed by Professor Mike Steinel 04:14:49 The Professors And Mary Anne: Professors Mary Anne Cummings, Ann Li, and Jonathan Bick PLUS ASMR for your eyeballs with Joe in Norway in the kitchen. 05:06:09 Professor Harvey J Kaye is the author of countless books, including “Take Hold of Our History”, “FDR on Democracy”, “Fight for the Four Freedoms”, and “Thomas Paine and the Promise of America”. Alan Minsky is executive director of Progressive Democrats of America. He is a lifelong activist, who has worked as a progressive journalist for the past two decades. 05:59:17 "USA of Distraction" written and performed by Professor Mike Steinel We livestream here on YouTube every Monday and Thursday starting at 5:00 PM Eastern and go until 11:00 PM. Please join us! Take us wherever you go by subscribing to this show as a podcast! Here's how: https://davidfeldmanshow.com/how-to-listen/ And Subscribe to this channel. SUPPORT INDEPENDENT MEDIA: https://www.paypal.com/biz/fund?id=PDTFTUJCCV3EW More David @ http://www.DavidFeldmanShow.com Get Social With David: Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/davidfeldmancomedy?ref=hl Twitter: https://twitter.com/David_Feldman_ iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/david-feldman-show/id321997239
Secrets are a double-edged sword. They can both inflict and remedy physical and psychological injury for us and our loved ones. But regardless of whether they offer benefit, keeping secrets is often burdensome for the keeper. Michael Slepian, author of The Secret Life of Secrets, has dedicated his career to the psychology of secrets and how keeping secrets affect variables that govern social and organizational life. In this episode of POTC, Michael and Yael discuss the personal and relational value in sharing as well as the impact of keeping secrets. Join us in this episode for surprising statistics and findings on secret-keeping, practical advice on assessing when and how to share your secrets, evidence-based strategies on building trust, and much much more, today! Listen and Learn: Yael and Debbie discuss the power of tightly held secrets Why secret-keeping is often overlooked in the realm of mental health Michael's expert definition of secrecy Important distinctions between deception and private information The impact of secret-keeping on our well-being Some surprising findings from Michael's research on secret-keeping The first steps in overcoming a tightly held or particularly burdensome secret The hazards and gifts associated with professional secret-keeping as a clinician Revealing statistics on secrets and secret-keeping An expert definition of ambitious secrets Practical advice on assessing when and how to share your secrets Guidelines for helping children understand the differences between the right to privacy and the dangers of keeping certain kinds of secrets Pros and cons of snooping Evidence-based strategies on building trust Michael's coping compass and how it can help you decide whether or not to disclose a secret Michael's personal experiences sharing and learning secrets The personal and relational value in sharing secrets Resources: Buy your copy of Michael's book, The Secret Life of Secrets: How Our Inner Worlds Shape Well-Being, Relationships, and Who We Are! Michael's study, Relieving the burdens of secrecy: Revealing secrets influences judgments of hill slant and distance Check out Danny Shapiro's book Inheritance: A Memoir of Genealogy, Paternity, and Love Grab your copy of all our favorite books at bookshop.org/shop/offtheclockpsych. Check out Debbie, Diana, Yael, and Jill's websites to access their offerings, sign up for their newsletters, buy their books, and more! About Michael Slepian: Michael Slepian is the Sanford C. Bernstein & Co. Associate Professor of Leadership and Ethics at Columbia Business School. He previously was a visiting scholar at Stanford University, and received his Ph.D. from Tufts University. He is an elected fellow of the Society of Experimental Social Psychology, has received the Rising Star Award from the Association for Psychological Science, and received the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship.Michael studies the psychology of secrets and how keeping secrets affect variables that govern social and organizational life. For more information see his research and publications. Related Episodes: Episode 83. Courageous Conversations to Prevent Childhood Sexual Abuse with Feather Berkower Episode 118. Moral Injury and Shame with Lauren Borges and Jacob Farnsworth Episode 184. Getting Past Affairs and Other Relationship Betrayals with Kristina Coop Gordon We'd love your help creating a better podcast listening experience by hearing more about you. Consider taking a few minutes to fill out our brief listener survey here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Welcome to the relaunch of the Silence the Shame Podcast, season 1. Join Shanti Das and Free The Vision for the kick off episode where they speak with Amber Walker, MBA candidate/Columbia Business School and Trinity Hall, Event Assistant navigating the stressors of building a career after college. Subscribe! Comment! Share! Rate! Follow: IG - @SilencetheShame Tw & FB - @SilencethShame
Hoover Institution, Stanford University July 21, 2022 This chapter examines the Chinese private paper money from the Qing into the early Republic. I argue that both state and civil institutions were crucial for the integrity of China's paper notes. The state did not actively support paper notes, but nonetheless upheld a legal regime that honored the sanctity of contracts. For their part, business associations acted as gatekeepers, allowing only financially sound firms to issue notes. These privately issued notes thus circulated through the rural marketing system, stitching together neighboring agrarian and commercial economies far better than unwieldy copper coins. ABOUT THE SPEAKER Matthew Lowenstein studies the economic history of modern China from the late imperial period to the early People's Republic. His dissertation, which he is currently turning into a book, is a study of northern China's indigenous financial system from the late Qing to the early Republican period (1820–1911). He received his PhD in history from the University of Chicago and an MBA from Columbia Business School. Lowenstein previously worked as a securities analyst in Beijing and New York covering the Chinese financial sector. His nonacademic works have appeared in the Diplomat and Foreign Policy. ABOUT THE PROGRAM This talk is part of the History Working Group Seminar Series. A central piece of the History Working Group is the seminar series, which is hosted in partnership with the Hoover Library & Archives. The seminar series was launched in the fall of 2019, and thus far has included six talks from Hoover research fellows, visiting scholars, and Stanford faculty. The seminars provide outside experts with an opportunity to present their research and receive feedback on their work. While the lunch seminars have grown in reputation, they have been purposefully kept small in order to ensure that the discussion retains a good seminar atmosphere.
Do you sometimes feel stuck or frustrated because you aren't making enough progress toward your goals? Well today's interview is all about looking at the bigger picture and playing the long game. Dorie Clark has been named one of the Top 50 business thinkers in the world by Thinkers50 and was recognized as the #1 communications coach in the world by the Marshall Goldsmith Leading Global Coaches Awards She teaches executive education at Duke University's Fuqua School of Business and Columbia Business School, and she is the Wall Street Journal bestselling author of https://dorieclark.com/longgame/ (The Long Game), https://dorieclark.com/entrepreneurialyou/ (Entrepreneurial You), https://dorieclark.com/reinventingyou/ (Reinventing You )and https://dorieclark.com/stand-out/ (Stand Out), which was named the #1 Leadership Book of the Year by Inc. magazine And Dorie Clark's latest book, The Long Game, is about how to be a long-term thinker in a short-term world. Connect with Dorie: https://dorieclark.com/ (https://dorieclark.com/) Connect with Andy Storch here: https://andystorch.com/ (andystorch.com) https://www.linkedin.com/in/andystorch/ (linkedin.com/in/andystorch) https://tdtt.us/ (tdtt.us/) You can grab my free 5-step guide to owning your career at: https://course.ownyourcareerownyourlife.com/bonus (ownyourcareerownyourlife.com/bonus)
She is the difficult decision-making guru, just ask Tony Blair.No one is doing what she's doing. With 3 books under her belt (2 published by our beloved Cornell), Cheryl Strauss Einhorn is here to discuss her life as investigative journalist, creator of the AREA Method, founder of CSE Consulting, author, and adjunct professor at Columbia Business School, Cornell Tech and more. She is tireless, brilliant, funny, humble and she is going to tell you the secrets to attacking every kind of problem and how to deal with decision makers who think differently from each of us. When her new book comes out, get in line, Steph and Michelle will be trying to corner the market.Here's where you can find everything Cheryl:https://www.areamethod.comYou're welcome.Not affiliated with or sponsored by Cornell University
Ready to inspire all your entrepreneurial dreams? This episode is the PERFECT one to tune into. I was honored to sit down with luxury candle designer and founder of Otherland, Abigail Cook Stone. I discovered her story through Entrepreneur Magazine on my recent flight from Miami to NYC. Her story jumped off the page and immediately captured my heart. I know this enchanting conversation is sure to do the same for you! Abigail shares her inspirational journey to entrepreneurship, navigating the ‘world inbetween worlds' phases, and staying strong in her passionate convictions that saw the vision through. Abigail Cook Stone, CEO & Co-Founder of Otherland, set out to build a different kind of candle brand when she launched in 2017, inspired by her passion for art and interiors, a moderately healthy obsession with candles, and her family philosophy of finding small ways to elevate everyday life with an “extra verve.” To create Otherland, Abigail married her backgrounds in art, e-commerce, and venture capital. While attending Columbia Business School, she was an associate at Founder Collective, a seed stage venture fund, and a partner at Dorm Room Fund, First Round Capital's student-run VC fund. She has an MBA from Columbia and previously worked at Ralph Lauren in Art Acquisitions.CONNECT WITH ABIGAILWebsite: www.otherland.com Instagram: @alphagail / @otherlandcoTikTok: otherlandIn-Store Location: 454 West Broadway New York, NY, 10012
He has a joint MBA from London Business School and Columbia Business School.Trevor is the CEO of Southport Technology Group: A software development company that specializes in mid-market automation and integration strategies for firms in non-tech industries.Trevor is a partner at Southport Ventures: an acquisitions fund that targets mission-critical, B2B software platforms based in the US and Canada.--------------------------------------------------Contact Trevor on: Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/trevorewen/Website: trevorewen.com has everythingTwitter: @trevor_ewenAs an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. Each purchase supports both the author and this podcast. If you'd like additional ways to support this podcast, you can become a patron here: https://www.patreon.com/bePatron?u=66340956----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Reach me to sell me your business, be on my podcast or just share some love:Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ronskelton/Twitter: https://twitter.com/ronaldskeltonFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/How2ExitInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/how2exitpodcast/Have suggestions, comments, or want to tell us about a business for sale call our hotline and leave a message: 918-641-4150----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Watch it on Youtube: https://youtu.be/WYHQQrzE3FQ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Other interviews:Lane Carrick - serial entrepreneur and sold multiple businesses in his career: https://youtu.be/cAEGiqiieQwCarl Allen - M&A Expert with Over $47 billion in deals: https://youtu.be/VIU2Lqj_FY4Walker Deibel - the best-selling author of Buy Then Build: https://youtu.be/xoUH_IxeookMike Mausteller - Business Coach, Executive Coach, Trainer, and Speaker: https://youtu.be/yYLEAfafxWcSimon Bedard - Founder and CEO of Exit Advisory Group, M&A firm in Australia: https://youtu.be/obNiIbx5mJ0Kison Patel - CEO and Founder of DealRoom and and M&A Science Academy: https://youtu.be/VR4nSM8HT18--------------------------------------------------