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CruxCasts
How Investors Should Value Mining Companies!

CruxCasts

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2022 41:16


The answer depends on what type of investor you are: Short-term v Long-term. It will also depend on the stage of the company: exploration, development, or production. We are joined by 3 seasoned CEOs who help us understand the changing dynamics of the economy and metals pricing to determine how we as investors can select better investments for our portfolio. We discuss management structure, skillset, and planning. Jurisdiction has always been important but with demands on CSR, ESG, permitting, and licensing increasing costs and cost of capital, just how much strain with it put on some balance sheets, especially explorers and developers? Yes, we look at conventional data analysis and ratios, but new factors and thematics are starting to affect the way we value mining companies as they try to climb the value curve. But what are they? And once you know, can you win big or should you lower your expectations?

聽天下:天下雜誌Podcast
【教育不停學|請聽地球的新聲S.2 Ep.1】就算放棄也不愧對自己!為何25歲的他們重來一次,還是會投入創業背債的火坑?

聽天下:天下雜誌Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 31:21


第三屆U20國際青年論壇即將在10月15日登場,《請聽地球的新聲》今年回歸開播的第一集,特別邀請U20第一屆學長姐回鍋分享,兩位青年代表——前瓦特先生共同創辦人范旭承、前衣服圖書館共同創辦人洪于捷。剛好今年兩位都已經滿25歲,當初大學畢業即創業,他們難免碰上沒資金、沒人脈、沒資源等阻礙,大風大浪一路衝擊。現在兩年多過去了,兩家公司、兩位創辦人也經歷了些變化,特地回來和我們聊聊,投身環境與社會創新創業的心路歷程,走過這一趟值得嗎? 主持人:CSR@天下記者 阮怡婷 來賓:前衣服圖書館共同創辦人 洪于捷、前瓦特先生共同創辦人 范旭承

Crunch Time Presents: Men of Steel Podcast and On Deck on CSR
#BillRussell #BiggerthanBasketball&Sports

Crunch Time Presents: Men of Steel Podcast and On Deck on CSR

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 37:00


On this Special Edition of #ShowBlitz with Charles, “The Prodigy,” Richey I Pay Tribute to the late #BillRussell who Passed away Last Sunday. He was #BiggerthanBasketball&Sports to say the least. Hear my Favorite Memories as we Reflect on an Icon the World and the World of Basketball has lost. All that and much more. You can follow me on #Twitter and #IG @ProdigyRichey & for the #MenofSteel Podcast on #Twitter @MenofSteelCJR & on #IG @menofsteelnation. Also feel free to Subscribe on #MixCloud #SoundCloud & by searching on #Anchor Crunch Time Presents: Men of Steel Podcast & On Deck on CSR which is also available on: #BreakerAudio #GooglePodcasts #Overcast #PocketCasts #Radiopublicpbc and #Spotify. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/charlestheprodigyrichey/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/charlestheprodigyrichey/support

Stories from the Stacks
Your Friend the Boss: Corporate Social Responsibility at DuPont, 1900-1940 with Jeffrey Muldoon

Stories from the Stacks

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 28:43


Which is better for business, keeping workers happy, or keeping workers in line? The movement for corporate social responsibility (CSR) argued that management and workers shared a partnership that could multiply productivity and profits if properly nurtured. While labor unrest had roiled the business world for a generation, many leading American firms reacted by maintaining paramilitary private police forces. Not only was this expensive, but it was also ineffective and often counterproductive to managerial goals. During the early twentieth century a new set of ideas about how to manage workers for company benefit emerged with an opposite set of techniques. Dr. Jeffrey Muldoon examines this turn toward CSR, or “welfare capitalism,” as enacted by the E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company firm, among the leading lights of the movement in the United States. By diving especially into the John J. Raskob papers, Muldoon uncovered the many social and financial methods deployed by DuPont management to create a more satisfied, stable, and productive workforce. These included social events and organizations, a company baseball team, financial aid for housing and medical emergencies, and workplace safety activities. These practices benefitted the workers, who were encouraged to identify with the company, and the company bottom line where increased productivity translated to higher profits. In support of his research, Dr. Muldoon received funding from the Center for the History of Business, Technology, & Society at the Hagley Museum & Library. For more Hagley History Hangouts and more information on grant and fellowship opportunities, visit hagley.org.

Education Bookcast
132a. Direct Instruction and Project Follow Through

Education Bookcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 54:45


I've spent a lot of time on the podcast so far discussing discovery learning, but not had any episodes explicitly dedicated to what might be considered its antithesis, Direct Instruction. In this episode I finally get round to this worthy topic. First of all, uppercase "Direct Instruction", or DI for short, should be distinguished from lowercase "direct instruction". The latter refers to explicit teaching in general, whereas the former, as a proper noun, refers to a specific implementation and philosophy as designed by Siegfried Engelmann and colleagues, starting in the early 1960s. Direct Instruction is also considered to be a type of Comprehensive School Reform (CSR), and indeed, in my episode covering a meta-analysis of CSR I pointed out that DI was one of the three most effective CSR models. Direct Instruction came to fame in the early 1970s as a result of Project Follow Through, which was the largest educational study ever funded by the United States government. DI was one of the 13 models used in the program and performed very well. Since then it has had a further half century of evidence gathering, which will give us plenty to look at. In this first part of the episode, I introduce the nature and methods of Direct Instruction, as well as a brief introduction to Project Follow Through. The aim is to have you familiar with exactly what this approach is before we go into how well it does or doesn't work in the later recordings of this episode. Enjoy the episode. *** REFERENCES The Direct Instruction Follow Through Model: Design and Outcomes by Engelmann et al. (1988) The Effectiveness of Direct Instruction Curricula: A Meta-Analysis of a Half Century of Research by Stockard et al. (2018) RELATED EPISODES 74. Marva Collins' Way by Marva Collins and Civia Tamarkin 76. Comprehensive School Reform 88. The Failure of Constructivist, Discovery, Problem-based, Experiential, and Inquiry-based Teaching 90. Discovery learning: the idea that won't die SUPPORT You can support Education Bookcast and join the community forum by visiting https://www.buymeacoffee.com/edubookcast.

Inspirational.Australians by Awards Australia Podcast
Pallavi Verma, a highly awarded academic and International student advocate

Inspirational.Australians by Awards Australia Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 48:37


In this week's episode, Josh is talking to Pallavi Verma who was a Semi-Finalist in the 2022 7NEWS Young Achiever Awards for New South Wales. Currently working as a Senior IT Consultant, Pallavi is a gold medallist in Bachelor of Computer Applications who started her journey in Australia as an international student in 2017. She is a high achiever who had also been awarded ‘Wg. Cdr. H S Gill Memorial Gold Medal', for being the best all round student of her cohort, by PCTE Group of Institutes. Recently, Pallavi has also been awarded a Dean's Medal by Western Sydney University for her outstanding performance in Master of Information and Communications Technology (Advanced). This year, Pallavi had been a semi-finalist in 7News Young Achiever Awards.At WSU, she had been a voice of the student community and held positions at various committees including the ‘Vice Chancellor's International Student Advisory', ‘Review of Academic Senate Committee' and ‘School Academic Committee – School of Computing, Engineering and Mathematics'. Pallavi is highly passionate about guiding students to have the best out of their university life. She has delivered various talks, webinars and podcasts for young ICT professionals, international students and women in STEM education. Pallavi is a role model to students and young professionals and had also been a speaker at ACS Young Professionals Summit, ISANA Conference and various Women in STEM events. She highly believes that every person can achieve their goals with the right mindset and support.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Greater Than Zero Percent
CEOs & CSR - Dennis Kelly, Postalytics

Greater Than Zero Percent

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 32:43


In our new CEOs & CSR series, once per month we sit down with a for-profit leader (CEO) to discuss their philosophy on giving and how they go about building their organization's corporate social responsibility (CSR) strategy. In this episode we interview Dennis Kelly, CEO of Postalytics. We discuss how Postalytics is modernizing the printed mail industry and their journey of using data and technology to reduce the industry's supply chain carbon footprint.

Crunch Time Presents: Men of Steel Podcast and On Deck on CSR

Previously on the #MenofSteel Podcast it's #TrainingCamp Time. I Charles, “The Prodigy,” Richey will get into whether or not Diontae Johnson will get a New Contract, Plus some Injury News with Minkah Fitzpatrick & others. Also, what's your reaction to Deshaun Watson's Punishment as he will? Plus there's been a Line Drawn in the Sand by Cam Heward based off Ben's Me-Type Attitude Comments. How much is Ben Souring his Relationship & his Former Lockeroom Teammates? Also, we get into some #TrainingCampBattles on this Hour Special of the #MenofSteel Podcast. All that and much more. You can follow me on #Twitter and #IG @ProdigyRichey & for the #MenofSteel Podcast on #Twitter @MenofSteelCJR & on #IG @menofsteelnation. Also feel free to Subscribe on #MixCloud #SoundCloud & by searching on #Anchor Crunch Time Presents: Men of Steel Podcast & On Deck on CSR which is also available on: #BreakerAudio #GooglePodcasts #Overcast #PocketCasts #Radiopublicpbc and #Spotify. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/charlestheprodigyrichey/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/charlestheprodigyrichey/support

The Uncharted Veterinary Podcast
UVP - 189 - COS Crossover - Adobe Episode With Summer On Virtual CSR

The Uncharted Veterinary Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 52:43


This week on the podcast, we have a cross-over episode! That's right, this is a Cone of Shame episode. Imagine a CSR working from home, checking a client out and booking appointments from his home, or a technician live-chatting with three different pet owners through the clinic webpage from her apartment, or a doctor doing telemedicine appointments from another state? This isn't fantasy. There are practices actually making these things happen today. Christina Freeman and Summer Burke-Irmiter join Dr. Andy Roark to talk about how their clinic is breaking the mold to give employees (and clients) flexibility like never before. Let's get into this. ABOUT OUR GUESTS Christina Freeman joined the Adobe family in 2015 and focused her first few years in the Veterinary Marketplace. She was excited to move to the remote team and work with our online chat services and telemedicine and help these new communication tools grow and evolve. Christina is a native of North Carolina where she currently lives with her family and a large collection of animals great and small. Christina has a retail background and degree in Animal Science from North Carolina State University along with a teaching certification in all things science. She spends her spare time chasing children, gardening, doing pottery and oil painting. Summer Burke-Irmiter, MBA, has worked in veterinary hospitals for over 25 years. At the Uncharted Conferences, you will find her proudly wearing her Founding Member button and excitedly talking about her two amazing hospitals with over 22 doctors, the Open Hospital design which allows clients to go wherever their pets go and pitching her latest outlandish ideas to anybody who will listen. She's earned the nickname of "Goddess of Innovation" in some circles (along with other nicknames we won't mention here) by helping to launch remote teams at Adobe over 9 years ago, pushing for video visits a year before the pandemic, and touting the benefits of online chat to her team. The recent development of Video Client Representatives is one of the many creative solutions Summer has to solve common issues in our industry. Summer runs away to the circus every chance she gets and trains in Cirque du Soleil type arts such as lyra, a spinning hoop 6-12 feet in the air. Links: Upcoming events: unchartedvet.com/upcoming-events/ Get Shit Done: Shorthanded This 3-day live, interactive virtual conference features a customizable learning journey for practice leaders who are tired of being overwhelmed and want to get their practice back under control. Explore how you're working, isolate challenges, diagnose pain points, share best practices and pull together a sustainable plan to overcome obstacles. While Uncharted Membership is always encouraged, you DO NOT have to be a member to join us for GSD! Non-members, here's your chance to see what all the buzz is about and get a taste of the Uncharted experience. Register here All Links: linktr.ee/UnchartedVet Got a question for the mailbag? Submit it here: unchartedvet.com/mailbag

Between Two COO's with Michael Koenig
Goodworld CEO, Dale Pfeifer on scaling social impact via tech, Mastercard, Citi, & BlackRock's leadership in corporate social responsibility, pandemic's impact on accelerating CSR, pitching President Obama, & more

Between Two COO's with Michael Koenig

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 37:45


Dale Pfeifer, CEO of Goodworld, chats on scaling social impact through tech, the evolution of CSR (corporate social responsibility) from consumer targeted to greater corporate involvement, Mastercard, Citi, and BlackRock's leadership in CSR, the impact of the pandemic on accelerating CSR, the challenges of raising VC capital as a woman and as a social impact co., and what it's like to pitch President Obama & being on the front page of the NYTimes.Goodworld helps companies grow by making it easy to embed Social Impact into commerce, workplace culture and sustainability initiatives. Through our Social Impact experiences, sales teams close more deals at higher prices, HR teams increase employee engagement and attract talent, ESG teams drive ROI from their activities, and marketing teams create irresistible brands that boost product prices.Dale Pfeifer is passionate about Social Impact, CSR and ESG. Dale is the founder and CEO of fintech Goodworld - named one of the World's Most Innovative Companies and a World Changing Idea by Fast Company magazine. Their Social Impact Platform empowers employees, customers and communities to drive positive cultural change together through giving, volunteering and rewards.Goodworld - https://goodworldnow.comDale Pfeifer's Ted Talk - Creating a good world one # at a time Dale Pfeifer on LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/dale-pfeiferEpisode Webpage - https://betweentwocoos.com/goodworld-ceo-dale-pfeiferBetween Two COO's - https://betweentwocoos.com Lean Startup - http://theleanstartup.comMichael Koenig on LinkedIn - https://linkedin.com/in/mkoenig514

Fight Club 4 Business
E.109 Zac Garside & Brigham Dickenson - Power Selling Pros

Fight Club 4 Business

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 63:21


Director of Sales & Marketing at Power Selling Pros (where Contractors turn their call center into a profit center). Creator of "The Storytelling Habit" at ZacGarside.com. I help businesses craft a sales message that moves people. One of my clients said, "Zac was able, in just a simple conversation, to craft the message that was on my heart but that I could never put down on paper." I'm an obsessive student and practitioner of: ☑️ Speaking on Stage and in Webinars (crafting a message that makes people say "WOW... that's exactly what I needed to hear...") ☑️ Copywriting (while landing pages and emails are my specialty, I love the chance to pen some persuasive prose in any medium - one of my favorite clients fell in love with me after I wrote a landing that page that converts 40%+ for him) ☑️ One-On-One Coaching (I've coached several hundred of our clients at Power Selling Pros and, more recently, multiple High-Ticket Coaches through ZacGarside.com) ☑️ Email Marketing (I took Power Selling Pros from having non-existent email marketing to consistently emailing messages that people reply to and buy from - over $150,000 in revenue was added to our business from email in 2021, a 5,336.17% ROI) ☑️ Sales (I've brought on 179 new accounts for Power Selling Pros while simultaneously serving as Head of Marketing to generate new leads) ☑️ Good Conversation (he who can ask a well-crafted question can change the world - I love to bring out the best in others through good conversation) ☑️ Content (I've written so many emails and blog posts for Power Selling Pros and my personal freelance efforts I don't even know what the count is... but I've shared some of my learnings here at ZacGarside.com) ☑️ Podcasting (I've helped produce over 100 podcast episodes for "LIP Service for Contractors- and my personal podcast "The Storytelling Habit") ☑️ The Storytelling Habit (saying the same thing to your audience over and over gets old - I enjoy helping people and brands build a habit of telling engaging stories so they can attract more of the people they seek to serve... EVERY. SINGLE. DAY.) Currently looking for Business Owners who need help crafting a convincing sales message or have an email list they want to make more money from. DM me if that's you. Time Stamp:

HEDGE GUID
10代と20代のための「NPOキャンパス」第2期が2022年9月から開講

HEDGE GUID

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 1:11


「10代と20代のための「NPOキャンパス」第2期が2022年9月から開講」 2021年9月から特定非営利活動法人NPOサポートセンターによる「10代と20代のためのNPOキャンパス」が開講する。対象は学生や概ね24歳以下の社会人。NPOを支援するNPOで働きたい人、企業・自治体に所属しながらスキルを活かしてボランティアをしたい人、企業でCSR活動の仕事をしたい人、フリーランスのNPOコンサルタントになりたい人などにおすすめだ。The post 10代と20代のための「NPOキャンパス」第2期が2022年9月から開講 first appeared on 金融・投資メディアHEDGE GUIDE.

Inspirational.Australians by Awards Australia Podcast
Brittany Hayward-Brown, threatened species conservation, ecology, and science communication

Inspirational.Australians by Awards Australia Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 60:08


In this week's episode, Geoff is talking to Brittany Hayward-Brown who was a Finalist in the 2021 Northern Territory Young Achiever Awards. I'm a Bachelor of Science (Honours) graduate from Charles Darwin University, with an interest in ecology, threatened species conservation and science communication. I currently work as a research assistant at CDU on threatened species research, where I conduct data collection, management and analysis, literature reviews and write scientific papers. I am also the Community Officer with Inspired NT, where I am responsible for science outreach in the Greater Darwin region, including Science Week 2021. I am passionate about science and enjoy research, but also recognise the importance of communicating research to the wider community.I'm a passionate volunteer, volunteering with a student group and a local environmental organisation. From 2019 to 2020, I was the President of the environment student group at CDU, EnviroCollective CDU, where myself and the committee organised 15 environmental education events for our Conservation on Campus program, reaching over 400 people, which resulted in the group winning the Territory NRM Environment and Conservation Award in 2020.I am actively involved in conservation and management with BirdLife Top End, a branch of the not-for-profit BirdLife Australia as the conservation and advocacy officer. In this volunteer role, I am responsible for planning and delivering a campaign in line with the branches priorities and the organisation's policies.My top skills include critical thinking, communication, initiative, teamwork and leadership.My top 2-values are: Belonging and making a difference.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

80后女子抓馬 | The JUBY Show
EP73: 猜!所有服裝品牌最強敵人是誰?

80后女子抓馬 | The JUBY Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 70:24


00:00 Ziling在Parsons大學期間的實習經歷 02:00 在設計師高定皮包公司實習是怎樣的經歷 04:00 大二在紐約Vera Wang實習的經歷 05:00 Vera Wang 樣衣房的超可愛阿姨們的故事 07:00 製作Emma Watson Met Gala禮服的經歷 08:00 設計師會為了自己的款式廝殺麼 09:00 為什麼選擇Vera Wang的樣衣房來實習 10:00 設計師擅長製版和服裝結構重要嗎 11:00 Ziling學校里的輔修專業Fashion Studies是在學什麼? 12:00 歷史上戰爭和裙長的關係 13:00 實習完成之後找工作難嗎? 14:00 在Parsons Paris的巴黎校區學習是怎樣的經歷 15:00 作為學生怎樣參與到巴黎時裝周 16:00 作為設計師歐洲 vs 美國就業 17:00 留學生回到飛快發展到祖國的水土不服 18:00 Ziling在歐洲遭遇到來自老師的學術偏見 20:00 Parsons大二學年選專業的故事 21:00 Ziling的工程師爸媽支持她學藝術嗎 23:00 是什麼吸引Ziling差一點就入學加州大學聖塔芭芭拉 25:00 Parsons 決定就是你啦 26:00 擴招後的Parsons師資還跟得上嗎 27:00 為什麼最後選擇了Fashion Design? 28:00 又差一點就選了Product Design 29:00 跟著紐約百老匯道具工作室的老師學習是什麼經歷 30:00 畢業後的第一份工作的選擇 33:00 madewell像家一樣充滿愛的工作氛圍 35:00 在madewell做助理設計師的經歷 36:00 madewell的設計企划是怎麼做的 37:00 Ziling一起工作過的最喜歡的創意總監 38:00 美國的時尚行業 vs 中國時尚行業工作的氛圍不同 39:00 Parsons的老師說設計師是提出解決方法的人 40:00 Ziling的最新title「時尚趨勢咨詢師」 41:00 趨勢咨詢師在公司里的角色 44:00怎樣平衡公司部門之間的需求 46:00 快時尚的市場營銷的方向 49:00 不做設計師之後有爽到嗎 51:00 商業產品計對於設計師創意的限制 53:00 推陳出新是商業設計師和產品經理最大的挑戰 54:00 找工作都是有取有捨 55:00 在不同公司工作的設計師會對品牌忠誠嗎 56:00 亞洲服裝消費者 vs 歐美服裝消費者的觀念 57:00 國際快時尚品牌的本土化挑戰 59:00 國內服裝市場還有金可淘嗎? 1:00:00 淘寶 - 所有服裝品牌的在中國的最大競爭對手 1:02:00 品牌的全球形象展示 vs 適應本土的形象展示 1:03:00 快時尚的品牌形象提升之路 1:04:00 國際品牌對本土創意者的支持計劃 1:06:00 品牌的CSR營銷手段 1:07:00 Ziling給可能想要進入服裝設計行業的朋友的一點建議 1:09:00 中國本土的創意行業正在飛速增長 80後女子抓馬 | The JUBY Show

Christian Men at Work Podcast
Customer Service with Ron Johnson-CMAW179

Christian Men at Work Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 55:35


By day, Ron Johnson works in a customer service call center soothing angry customers and helping them resolve issues with their accounts; by night, he teaches philosophy at a local college and writes books and articles inviting readers to consider their place in the Big Picture.    Q&A: Give us a brief overview of your relationship with Christ from childhood until now. You start the book acknowledging that many people think of CSR's as the bad guys.  Why does that stereotype exist and what advice can you give to our listeners who likewise are in a job that has a negative label attached to it? Being a CSR was not your original career of choice. What was your original training and desired career You describe a moment early on where you saw your role as a holy calling rather than just a job and that while it wasn't the perfect job it was the perfect job to practice imitating Christ.  Tell us about that moment and all the factors that brought you to that place  How did Christ show the difference between serving and wanting to serve and how important is that distinction in our jobs? “People ask me to perform customer service miracles every day. When that happens I can't just shrug and say “I'm not a miracle worker. “ As a follower of Jesus I don't have that luxury.  I may not be out to save this world but Jesus is and His plan includes me.”  You say that believing in and relying on miracles is the next step after wanting to help but this may sound like a huge leap of faith for those of us used to thinking of our work as just a job. How do we start with this big step of being in the miracle business (3 way conversation and having good relationships with those you need). Why is it so important that we stay out of the judges seat when we are at work, and what tips can you offer on how to avoid this? As a CSR you're trained on how to deal with irate customers or you could call them “the customer from Hell”. I like the technique about pumpkins. Tell us about that technique and how as Christians we have better tools at our disposal. What should do when we disagree with our employee's policy on a matter and we are asked to go against what we believe is right? It sounds kind the evaluation process for CSR's is particularly brutal,  it this aspect of our jobs is often one of the most stressful. What encouragement can you give our listeners for how to think about and respond to the employee evaluation process? Walk us through how we can apply Matthew 11:28-30 in our jobs If someone wants to buy your book or learn more about your other books or even reach out to you directly, how would they do that? Any final thoughts?

Adafruit Industries
The Desk of Ladyada - Bells of the Ball

Adafruit Industries

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 38:00


Hey everyone! we are back at our desk, its toasty out so we're staying in during the day and cranking out some designs. one project we think we might be able to work on this summer is a de-zombification of the EZ-Link and EZ-Key boards from many years ago. these bluetooth classic boards rocked but suffered from using a really frustrating development and sourcing process. so we're gonna try to 'port' the designs from CSR to ESP32. this week we also started working on some cowbells! we have a proto-'bell done and we tacked it onto a proto pcb order, and we're also starting to work on a TFT 'bell. The Great Search - Skinny Micro SD card holder for Raspberry Pi Cowbells https://www.digikey.com/short/tbzw10jt We have a tried-and-true microSD card holder (https://www.digikey.com/short/4tmnwh) that we have been using for all our designs, it's a SMT push-pull design that has a lot of source variants so it's great for everyday usage. We even covered it on a previous Great Search (https://blog.adafruit.com/2021/02/02/the-great-search-micro-sd-card-holder-thegreatsearch-digikey-adafruit-digikey-adafruit/) But now we have to go back and source again - because for our new Raspberry Pico Cowbell add-on plans, we need a much skinner design that will fit between the SMT headers that will keep the Pico attached and we're about 1mm too wide! No problem there's hunde, we looked around our parts bin to see what some other products we have use and liked the one on the Teensy boards which are also pretty skinny - lets source something equivalent and get it loaded it to our CAD software for usage. Visit the Adafruit shop online - http://www.adafruit.com ----------------------------------------- LIVE CHAT IS HERE! http://adafru.it/discord Adafruit on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/adafruit Subscribe to Adafruit on YouTube: http://adafru.it/subscribe New tutorials on the Adafruit Learning System: http://learn.adafruit.com/ ----------------------------------------- #deskofladyada #thegreatsearch #adafruit

ATHENS VOICE Podcast
The CSR experts - WinWin | Ελένη Τσιπά (Oracle)

ATHENS VOICE Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 32:37


Πώς μια παθιασμένη εθελόντρια κατάφερε να μετουσιώσει την αγάπη της για τον εθελοντισμό σε μια καλά δομημένη στρατηγική CSR ούσα εργαζόμενη σε μια τεράστια πολυεθνική; Η Ελένη Τσιπά, Oracle Academy Programme Manager & Corporate Citizenship Specialist, GCMM cluster, Oracle Hellas, συζητάει με την ομάδα της WinWin για την δράση της Oracle προς την κατεύθυνση του στόχου 4, αυτού της ποιοτικής εκπαίδευσης μέσω του Oracle Academy, και το δικό της προσωπικό στοίχημα να κάνει την αγάπη της για τον εθελοντισμό μέρος της δουλειάς της.

The Big Show
Effects of the Economy on Agriculture

The Big Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 33:51


Give the first hour of The Big Show a listen to hear about CSR, markets, and weather, and how they are all affecting our agriculture economy.

The Contractor Fight with Tom Reber
TCF629: Customer Service Outsourcing with Michelle Myers of Pink Callers

The Contractor Fight with Tom Reber

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 26:46


Today's guest on the show is Michelle Myers, founder of Pink Callers. Pink Callers is an administrative support solution that assigns CSR (Customer Service Rockstars) to support your business remotely. Their service helps you manage calls, emails, chats, CRMs, etc., as well as schedule sales appointments.   In this episode, we talk about…  About Pink Callers and how it helps you grow your business The difference between traditional answering service and the service provided by Pink Callers  Clients who Pink Callers would like to work with Tips for contractors on running their businesses efficiently The amount of time it takes a CSR to manage your customer service   Resources:    = Pink Callers: https://thecontractorfight.com/pink    = Join us in BATTLEGROUND – Everything your contracting business needs in one comprehensive program with three main focus areas: Leadership, Communication, and Numbers. For more info, check out: https://TheContractorFight.com/Battleground     = The profit you earn starts with the stories you tell.  Most contractors will never build their empire because they're telling the WRONG stories. Join us this September in Denver, and learn how to control your story and your profit. https://thecontractorfight.com/mhps  = Get your free copy of Tom's book Winning the Contractor Fight (Just pay to ship): https://thecontractorfight.com/book  = Connect with other contractors building stronger businesses in The Contractor Fight: http://thecontractorfight.com/facebook  = Grab the Gear: https://gear.thecontractorfight.com/  = Find Us on Social Media:  YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TomReber  Instagram: http://thecontractorfight.com/ig 

Changemakers from Within
The Fair Chance Movement + Social Impact at Checkr with Megan Goddard

Changemakers from Within

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 32:03


Checkr's mission is to change the future with background checks. And Megan Goddard is on a mission to impact lives by ensuring people with convictions have a fair chance to work. Megan is the Corporate Social Responsibility Program Manager at Checkr, a software company that has the unique ability to channel all of their social impact efforts into the Fair Chance Movement by taking the bias out of the background check process. While pursuing criminal justice reform at NYU, Megan interned at Rikers Island. Tune in to hear about how this experience paved the way for her future that has led her to the new CSR department at Checkr and what Checkr.org has in store for the future!

ChangeMakers
Michael Graber, Managing Partner of Epic Pivot - Conscious Capitalism and the Entrepreneurial Spirit

ChangeMakers

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 46:49


Host Jeremy C. Park talks with Michael Graber, Managing Partner of Epic Pivot, who shares his story of growing up in Memphis, Tennessee with both mother and father being entrepreneurs and being surrounded by the musical influences of the city, and how those experiences helped shape his future. During the interview, Michael talks about his work and efforts with Epic Pivot, a transformation, insights, innovation, and strategy boutique on a mission to make business a force of good in the world. He talks about their process, why the transformation to being purpose-driven is so important, and how it can drive new levels of growth for both the organization and the community. The interview covers important trends, Conscious Capitalism, lessons learned, advice for entrepreneurs, and much more.  Visit www.epicpivot.com to learn more. About Michael Graber: Michael Graber is the founder and managing partner of Epic Pivot, a transformation, insights, innovation, and strategy boutique in Memphis. Michael has years of experience advising more than 250 top companies and non-profits, including Cardinal Health, Arrow, FedEx, ServiceMaster, Mars PetCare, St. Jude, Jack Nicklaus, and others. Pragmatic, edgy, globally inspiring, and yet infused with Southern charm, Michael's style resonates with a wide range of audiences. A well-established author of multiple books and hundreds of published articles, when not working, you can find Michael playing music around his native Memphis, TN.

The sgENGAGE Podcast
Episode 235: How MilliporeSigma Built Its Employee Volunteer Program

The sgENGAGE Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 24:16


Employee volunteerism has become an essential component of a company's corporate social responsibility and employee engagement strategies. In this episode, Melissa Hackmeier, global head of employee & community engagement at MilliporeSigma, joins the podcast to discuss how she launched the company's first ever global volunteer program and the best practices and lessons she's learned along the way. Topics covered in this episode: How Melissa developed and implemented MilliporeSigma's first-ever SPARK™ global volunteer program, which has more than 9,700 employee participants engaging 235,000 students in 36 countries to date How Melissa secured buy-in for their program The key's to the program's successful launch and lessons learned along the way The role of technology in enabling a successful global volunteer program The SPARK program's biggest impacts, both internally and externally Melissa's advice for other CSR professionals looking to start or grow employee volunteer programs What nonprofits looking to engage with corporate volunteers should consider Resources Melissa Hackmeier MilliporeSigma's CSR Program MilliporeSigma's SPARK Volunteer Program Blackbaud Institute Report: CSR Programs as an Employee Engagement Tool Employee Giving and Volunteering Made Easy

Silver Fox Entrepreneurs - the maturepreneur show
How is doing good things good for your business, with Jill Poet

Silver Fox Entrepreneurs - the maturepreneur show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 20:20


The Organisation for Responsible Businesses always says, "Doing good things is good for business." And in this episode, their CEO and Co-Founder Jill Poet explains how doing good things and having good company values towards people and the environment can be good for your business, get you noticed, and close more sales.Jill also elaborates on how your values and good deeds can help your business in different ways, why you need to be genuine and authentic by being and doing good, and why you don't need a budget for your CSR and sustainability initiatives. And she also shares a handful of ways she does to get herself and Organisation for Responsible Businesses noticed.Post-production, transcript and show notes by XCD Virtual AssistantsGet Otter with 1-month FREE Pro LiteGenerate rich notes for meetings, interviews, lectures, and other important voice conversations.Prowly - the media relations platformProwly has everything you need to get your PR work done.Descript is what I use to edit the show.All-in-one audio & video editing, as easy as a doc.Social listening - google alert killer!Generate leads and market your product using social listening Support the show

Hvac Uncensored
HVAC Uncensored Talks With Power Selling Pros

Hvac Uncensored

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 64:05


In this episode of the HVAc Uncensored Podcast Gil Talks with Power Selling Pro's Marketing Director Zac Garside. Power Selling Pro's are the CSR experts helping such an important position in the company reach there potential intern growing the company. Great Conversation With Zac alot of good nuggets that will help anyone who listens.  Check Out Power Selling Pro's @ www.powersellingpros.com Follow The Podcast Social Media Youtube www.youtube.com/hvacuncensored Instagram www.instagram.com/hvacuncensored Facebook www.facebook.com/hvacuncensored Check Out All The Podcast Sponsors Bluon www.bluon.com Yellow Jacket www.yellowjacket.com CompanyCam www.companycam.com/hvacuncensored Get a Free 14 day Trail and 50% Off your first 2 Months Chiirp www.chiirp.com/hvacuncensored Get 50% Off your first 3 Months

Silver Fox Entrepreneurs - the maturepreneur show
Trailer: How is doing good things good for your business, with Jill Poet

Silver Fox Entrepreneurs - the maturepreneur show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 2:17


The Organisation for Responsible Businesses always says, "Doing good things is good for business." And in this episode, their CEO and Co-Founder Jill Poet explains how doing good things and having good company values towards people and the environment can be good for your business, get you noticed, and close more sales.Jill also elaborates on how your values and good deeds can help your business in different ways, why you need to be genuine and authentic by being and doing good, and why you don't need a budget for your CSR and sustainability initiatives. And she also shares a handful of ways she does to get herself and Organisation for Responsible Businesses noticed.Post-production, transcript and show notes by XCD Virtual AssistantsGet Otter with 1-month FREE Pro LiteGenerate rich notes for meetings, interviews, lectures, and other important voice conversations.Prowly - the media relations platformProwly has everything you need to get your PR work done.Descript is what I use to edit the show.All-in-one audio & video editing, as easy as a doc.Social listening - google alert killer!Generate leads and market your product using social listening Support the show

朝日新聞 ニュースの現場から
「1人5役」で大編成バンド、トランペットがいなくても 吹奏楽の舞台裏① #757

朝日新聞 ニュースの現場から

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 40:38


去年は全日本吹奏楽コンクールが2年ぶりに開催されました。大編成の中学校の部は50人が上限ですが、コロナ禍の部員減で苦労した学校も。奄美市立朝日中学校は13人で出場しましたが、最低20人は必要とされる課題曲Ⅳを歌心ある演奏で会場を魅了しました。 ※前後編の前編です。後編は7月13日の配信を予定しています。2022年6月17日に収録しました。 【出演・スタッフ】 魚住ゆかり(CSR推進部・吹奏楽合唱事務局) MC 堀江麻友 音源編集 杢田光 【ご意見・ご感想】 おたよりフォーム https://forms.gle/z4YN79Zj3iZch2Ri6 【公式サイト】 番組の更新情報・アーカイブはこちら! https://bit.ly/3OlAi60 「ニュースの現場から」「MEDIA TALK」「SDGs シンプルに話そう」「音でよみがえる甲子園」「就活ポッドキャスト」「朝日新聞アルキキ」「AJW英語ニュース」の7番組を配信中です。 【ツイッター】 https://twitter.com/AsahiPodcast (朝ポキ) https://twitter.com/i/communities/1509336422884732928 (コミュニティ) https://twitter.com/AsahiBrass (♪吹奏楽コンクール♪) ※吹奏楽 ライブ配信特設サイト  https://ciy.digital.asahi.com/ciy/11008374/?iref=omny 【関連記事】 小平第三・海老名・酒井根が金賞 第69回全日本吹奏楽コンクール・中学校の部 https://www.asahi.com/articles/DA3S15087465.html/?iref=omny 選ぶため? いいえ力をまとめるために、ある公立高のオーデイション https://www.asahi.com/articles/ASQ6Q5VD9Q61ULPI01P.html/?iref=omny 全日本吹奏楽コン、課題曲はここがポイント 田中靖人さんに聞く https://www.asahi.com/articles/ASQ733TN4Q69ULPI00F.html/?iref=omny ウェブサイト https://www.asahi.com/special/podcasts/?iref=omny メール podcast@asahi.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

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CHPA Chat
#24 Corporate Social Responsibility in the Cosmetics Industry

CHPA Chat

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 23:45


Coming up on CHPA Chat, we're talking about corporate social responsibility, or CSR. And today we're going to be taking an in-depth look at the cosmetics and personal care industry. What is that industry doing to be environmentally sustainable and increase diversity in its companies, customer base, and images of beauty? Stay tuned for a great episode of CHPA Chat! With special guests: Keech Combe Shetty, Executive Chair, Combe Incorporated and Lezlee Westine, President & CEO, Personal Care Products Council Hosted by: Anita Brikman, Senior Vice President, Communications & Public Affairs, and Executive Director, CHPA Educational Foundation 

Greater Than Zero Percent
CEOs & CSR - Jon Sanchez, Team Performance Institute

Greater Than Zero Percent

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 33:10


In this episode we kickoff a new GTZP series: CEOs & CSR! Once per month, we will sit down with for-profit leaders (CEOs) to discuss their philosophy on giving and how they go about building their organization's corporate social responsibility (CSR) strategy. For our first episode in the series, we interviewed Jon Sanchez, CEO of Team Performance Institute. We cover topics like how his experiences influenced his leadership traits, how to build team culture, his personal responsibility to his co-workers and to the world, and how to maintain an inclusive culture with diverse talent.

The Uncharted Veterinary Podcast
UVP - 185 - My New Practice Doesn't Write SOAPs

The Uncharted Veterinary Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 53:50


Could you imagine working in a practice that literally doesn't write more than the presenting problem and any treatments done during an exam in the chart?

Cannabis Tech Talks
Episode 93: Do Corporations Have a Responsibility To Be Good Citizens?

Cannabis Tech Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 31:29


Do you care if a company pollutes your favorite swimming hole? Does it matter if a corporation abuses its employees? If the answer is yes, you care about corporate social responsibility (CSR). It might sound like a dry topic, but CSR is impacting our lives every day in countless ways. In this episode of Cannabis Tech Talks, we sat down with Curaleaf's Director of Corporate Social Responsibility Raheem Uqdah to discover why CSR is important and how corporations big and small are influencing the world around us. Cannabis Tech Talks are brought to you thanks to the support of Polyscience. Discover how Polyscience is changing the world of temperature control by visiting https://Polyscience.com

Ethics and Video Games Podcast
Episode 46 - What if Game Companies did good as B-Corps? (with Justin Michaels of ustwo games)

Ethics and Video Games Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 44:27


We're used to the idea of organizations that try to do good as non-profits, but what about for-profit companies – like the great majority of game companies?  Some for-profit companies are choosing to play a positive role in the world and to do so as a certified B-Corporation.  One of these is ustwo games', best known for their fantastic Monument Valley games.  We chat with ustwo's Justin Michaels about what it's like to be a game company dedicated to doing good as a B-corp.

Agency Intelligence
Digital Insurance Pint: Applied Systems CEO, Taylor Rhodes – An Epic Transformation Season 2, Episode 4

Agency Intelligence

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2022 48:29


In this episode of Digital Insurance Pint Podcast, Taylor Rhodes joins the show. Former US Marine, Arizona Rancher and Rush Fan, Taylor Rhodes, is getting the Applied System's troops ready for the next round of the Canadian Broker management systems business wars. Scratching your head on Applied? – not so fast. What is cool about Mr. Rhodes; he is new to the insurance industry and has no insurance “dirty laundry” to air. He sees the insurance industry as an underutilized digital playground that needs fresh blood to accelerate connectivity. In this episode, Taylor (while drinking a good La Fin Du Monde 9% Quebec beer) talks about 3 key areas that Applied is focusing on: 1. Velocity 2. User Experience (#ux) 3. Digital Connectivity In addition, we get an update on many of the Applied System's newest products, including Policyworks, Indio, Applied mobile (CSR 24), salesforce integration, and Applied Automation. Taylor also talks about the 5 key trends shaping business today and we pull back the covers and talk about how Google's investment and expertise have helped improve Applied. Over the last 20 months, Taylor has been putting his stamp on the Applied organization. To steal a Rush lyrics, he is doing all of the above to bring the user experience and client experience “closer to the heart.” Taylor is a breath of fresh air that Canada's biggest BMS system needs to fuel their Epic business transformation. Join Tom Reid, Steve Earle, Adam Mitchell, and Jeff Roy as they open the tap and raise the bar with Taylor Rhodes. P.S. What happened to Jeff's glasses? Resources: Tom Reid Jeff Roy Steve Earle Adam Mitchell Digital Insurance Pint Podcast

The Discomfort Practice
Episode #72: Shannon Houde on Finding and Making Your Impact In This World

The Discomfort Practice

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2022 59:24


In this episode, I'm speaking with someone I've known for many years - the fabulous Shannon Houde. Shannon is the founder of Walk Of Life Coaching, and for more than two decades, she's mentored and trained over 1000 change leaders, and used over 3000 hours with them to maximize their personal brands to advance impactful careers. She's had her own impact on the world by helping others find theirs and does it very well and she shares some insight if you're wondering how you or someone you know can map out how to ensure your career is more purposeful and impactful. Shannon chose Impact Coaching to combine her diverse experience as a hiring manager, a business coach, and a CSR consultant for brands like Adobe, Deloitte, BlackRock, and WWF. As an ICF-ACC certified coach. She's also a ‘Meta Coach,' trained by and involved in teaching Daniel Goleman's Emotional Intelligence Certification Program, and she also works with the Game Changer Index. She recently published her first book: Good Work, How To Build A Career That Makes A Difference In The World. And the title says it all! She shares wisdom with those who might be thinking, “I really do want to have more impact on my career, but I'm not sure how.” That's what Shannon lives to do. So, click the play button now, and discover more nuggets of wisdom to help you up-level your impact on this world.   Key Points Discussed: Shannon's uncomfortable experiences that shaped her to want to serve others and make a difference (04:20) What is an impact coach (07:21) The Oprah of Impact (09:01) The type of impact people need to have and what's getting in the (11:53) The imposter syndrome (16:32) How does bringing emotional intelligence into the coaching look like (19:33) What is a Game Changer index (22:03) The kind of impact we need to see these days (25:08) Finding your impact (31:58) Careers and roles that help people make more impact (32:31) Having a greater impact on what you do (37:55) Writing a book to help more people bring impact (41:42) Having a vision board and the result it brings (44:48) What's exciting about the future (54:52) “Change is never painful, only the resistance to change is painful.” (56:55) You got this! (57:39) Resources Mentioned: Good Work, How To Build A Career That Makes A Difference In The World by Shannon Houde The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho Why Woo-woo Works by Dr. David Hamilton Connect with Shannon: Shannon's website Shannon on Facebook Shannon on Twitter Shannon on LinkedIn Shannon on Medium Connect with Betsy: Betsy on Instagram Betsy on Twitter Betsy on Linkedin Rate, Review, Learn, and Share Thanks for tuning into The Discomfort Practice! If you enjoyed this episode, please drop us a five-star and written review, follow, and share what you enjoyed about this episode. Don't forget to tune into our other episodes and share your favorite ones on social media. We live in a world of algorithms and you really do help us reach new listeners!

Rockstar CMO FM
The Jeff Just Says No, Rebecca on the CMO and Corporate Strategy and Purpose vs Growth with Robert over a Cocktail Episode

Rockstar CMO FM

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2022 64:59


This week Ian Truscott and regular guest, rockstar strategy advisor Jeff Clark, former Research Director at SiriusDecisions/Forrester, discuss the difficult skill of knowing when to say no as a marketer. Ian's guest is Rebecca Biestman, the Chief Marketing Officer at Reputation. Rebecca has had a fabulous marketing career, holding B2B marketing leadership positions at Dialpad and RMS, prior to Reputation. Before moving to B2B tech, Rebecca specialized in B2C marketing for CPG and retail, working for Earth Essentials and Gap. This is her third time on the show, we explored Rebecca's impressive career in Episode 93, discussed successful CSR programs in Episode 99 and this week we chat about the role of marketing and brand when defining the corporate strategy. Finally, we retire to the Rockstar CMO virtual bar, where Robert Rose discusses an article from the Drum and discusses if we can do both growth marketing and do this with a purpose. The people: Ian Truscott on LinkedIn and Twitter Rebecca Biestman on LinkedIn and Twitter Robert Rose on Twitter,  LinkedIn, and The Content Advisory Mentioned in this week's episode: The Hidden Brain podcast Article by Robert - on the Content Marketing Institute website - Is Purpose-Led Marketing a Growth Killer? Article from The Drum - P&G's Marc Pritchard: ‘the industry has gone too far with purpose marketing' Marc Pritchard's speech at Vivatech - Brands for Growth and Good Robert's The Content Advisory Blog Robert's latest project: Experience Advisory Rockstar CMO: Rockstar CMO on the web, Twitter, and LinkedIn Previous episodes and all show notes: Rockstar CMO FM Rockstar CMO Advisors Music: Piano Music is by Johnny Easton, shared under a creative commons license Stienski & Mass Media – We'll be right back on YouTube Shout by Tears for Fears on Spotify Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Brainy Business | Understanding the Psychology of Why People Buy | Behavioral Economics
211. Corporate Social Responsibility Programs (That Work) with Wiam Hasanain

The Brainy Business | Understanding the Psychology of Why People Buy | Behavioral Economics

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 37:29


Today I am very excited to introduce you to Wiam Hasanain. Wiam is a seasoned social impact consultant, with 20 years of experience operating at the intersection of policy reform, societal development, behavior change, and civic engagement. She is a problem solver, utilizing data-driven insights to create practical approaches to resolving pressing social challenges on a range of projects and industries. She built her foundation at Unilever, and over the last decade, she has spearheaded nationwide programs in the areas of unemployment, health, financial literacy, sports, and career planning. She has established the structure and strategy for nudge units, set their national agendas, and designed behavioral interventions to serve public policy.  After consulting with Bain and Company Middle East she moved onto a senior role in her native Saudi Arabia; leading the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) function at a Mckinsey subsidiary and creating nationwide community programs. From there, she spent a decade as a partner at the foremost boutique consultancies in the GCC, leading social impact and behavior change efforts. Her passion is advising on behaviorally informed policies across sectors. Wiam believes strongly in spreading knowledge about the implementation of behavioral change across industries and has published a variety of articles on the practical application of behavioral science and has an MBA from UC Berkeley as well as a master's from the London School of Economics and Political Science. In continuing to have a more global view of the representation here on The Brainy Business, Wiam is our first guest from Saudi Arabia. I'm excited to share some of her work with you on a specific CSR project on the show today. Show Notes: [00:40] Today I am very excited to introduce you to Wiam Hasanain. Wiam is a seasoned social impact consultant, with 20 years of experience operating at the intersection of policy reform, societal development, behavior change, and civic engagement. [01:58] Her passion is advising on behaviorally informed policies across sectors. [04:27] Wiam shares about herself, her background, and how she found herself in this space.  [07:30] She is from Saudi Arabia and has spent the majority of her life there.  [08:16] She worked with a client on a corporate responsibility program that focused on helping the youth in Saudi Arabia find their career path.  [10:41] They agreed that they could help open the youths' eyes to other careers that were out there as opposed to the traditional STEM careers.  [12:04] Their project was such a success that it ran for three years in a row and kept growing each year.  [14:29] It is really nice for her to see how the social norm has changed and know that they were part of this change.  [16:31] The parents along with the career counselors had to work together to really help the students bridge the intention to action gap. It was also important for the parents to see that these other jobs were acceptable as well.  [18:20] The parents had a different hang-up than the youth. (Know all your audiences and plan accordingly!) [19:55] Wiam shares how they reduced sludge and friction in their project and made things easier.  [21:41] They had over double-digit changes in their perceptions of certain careers. The short-term response was very promising.  [22:27] An RCT is a randomized control trial.   [24:03] You are always adding sludge and removing sludge in various ways. [24:54] Wiam shares how they added some sludge to help with the problem they were trying to solve. They made it difficult for students to leave without going through all the exhibits (to help increase exposure to careers that wouldn't have been a focus previously).  [26:57] They utilized augmented reality in some of the exhibits so that would be where the majority of the students were drawn (and these were typically for the non-traditional careers to broaden horizons). The most desired careers were also at the end, so you had to have some exposure to the other careers no matter what.  [28:08] There are times when customer experience, behavioral science, and corporate responsibility all come together so be more concerned with your end objective.  [30:18] Whether you think about it or not you are influencing the decisions that people make with the way you put the booths in the space even – so you should definitely think about it! [31:43] Don't think anything is too small to be considered a small step towards behavioral change. Be thoughtful and intentional.  [32:52] Melina's three tips for setting up your own experiment are to keep it small, be thoughtful, and test often.  [34:29] Melina shares her closing thoughts. [35:41] My upcoming book, What Your Employees Need and Can't Tell You, is now on presale and will be in a bookstore near you on October 11, 2022. [36:21] If you enjoy the experience I've provided here for you, will you share about it? That could mean leaving a rating/review or sharing the episode with a friend (or 10!) Thanks for listening. Don't forget to subscribe on Apple Podcasts or Android. If you like what you heard, please leave a review on iTunes and share what you liked about the show.  I hope you love everything recommended via The Brainy Business! Everything was independently reviewed and selected by me, Melina Palmer. So you know, as an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. That means if you decide to shop from the links on this page (via Amazon or others), The Brainy Business may collect a share of sales or other compensation. Let's connect: Melina@TheBrainyBusiness.com The Brainy Business® on Facebook The Brainy Business on Twitter The Brainy Business on Instagram The Brainy Business on LinkedIn Melina on LinkedIn The Brainy Business on Youtube Join the BE Thoughtful Revolution – our free behavioral economics community, and keep the conversation going! More from The Brainy Business:

#plugintodevin - Your Mark on the World with Devin Thorpe
Four-Way Merger Yields Demonstrable Synergy

#plugintodevin - Your Mark on the World with Devin Thorpe

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 22:36


Devin: As you look back on all the things that you have done and accomplished, what do you see as the superpower that has been most critical to your success?Erin: I’ve been told that I’m an unwavering, relentless optimist and that there’s no problem that doesn’t eventually become solvable.SynergyOK. I get it. My 1993 MBA is showing. The strategic combination of four tech-for-good companies into the new Bonterra I discussed with CEO Erin Mulligan Nelson has what she calls “benefits.” Synergy, we called it in 1990s b-school parlance—and nothing was sexier.Chatting with Erin about the combination of Social Solutions, Cyber Grants, EveryAction and Network for Good brought back memories of my investment banking career. She helped me see the strategic value of the merger.The combined entity is huge, with 5,500 1,400 employees, 19,000 nonprofits and half the Fortune 100 are on the client list, and $7.5 billion flows through the platform to nonprofits each year.Erin sees the enhanced value coming from an end-to-end solution:We begin with the givers. The givers can be corporate foundations or corporations, community foundations, individuals. We have the CSR platform that helps Fortune 500 companies figure out how they're going to do their grant making, figure out how they're going to engage their employees with gift matching or volunteerism.We've also got very large fundraising and engagement applications in Network for Good and EveryAction that are helping individuals and community foundations give—and giving can be time, money or voice. Then we move to the folks that are receiving those funds, nonprofits, and we have software that enables them to actually maximize their impact. So we have case management software that nonprofits utilize to actually create and manage and measure their programs. What we like to think about is from end to end, from givers to getters to doers to impact, how can we start to think about data and technology enabling efficiency and effectiveness and transparency and visibility? And our ultimate goal is to maximize social impact.In addition to this big vision, Erin identified three examples of synergy (again, my word, not hers—she didn’t cloud her judgment with an MBA in the 90s).Matching Gifts. Independently, the now combined businesses were helping Fortune 100 and other corporate clients with donor matching programs and simultaneously helping donors give. Often, employees gave without knowing their companies could match their gifts, so the gifts went unmatched. Now that Bonterra has data about matching grants and individual gifts, client companies can match many more donations. “The whole entire cycle of generosity just increased just because we have a couple of products that interact.”Impact Measurement. The combination of the four businesses enables better aggregation of data for impact measurement, allowing Bonterra to help philanthropists determine whether or not their money will make a difference.Complete Product Suite. Together, the companies offer a more complete nonprofit product suite that Bonterra can provide in a way that eases the adoption and accelerates the benefits of upgrading the organizations’ technology.This latter benefit highlights a vital part of our conversation about the benefits of technology investment for nonprofits.Never miss an episode! Subscribe!Benefits of Technology for NonprofitsFor context, Erin delivered a startling fact: 38 out of 50 states don’t have enough social workers.“An average social worker has 300 cases they’re managing, and those cases can go on for years,” Erin says. “They need tools to be more efficient so that they can spend more time with their clients.”Improved technology can also help nonprofits perform better. “They can look at their programs and say, this particular program improved school truancy. This particular program got more people into permanent housing,” she says.“For the nonprofits that don’t have access to technology and data, we’re forcing them to operate in a world where they’re knowingly not going to be able to be as good as they can be,” Erin says. “It’s part of our mission to make sure that data and tech are accessible because we believe that it’s going to be a game-changer for the world of social good.”“There’s plenty of data that demonstrates when you apply a dollar of technology, we’ve seen real-time first person, you’re getting $3.3 worth of benefit,” she says.Erin used the example of a food bank to make the point. If the goal is to have more food on the shelves at the right time, it is just as essential to have great technology as generous food donations.“We’ve got case studies that demonstrate payback periods that honestly you’d look at, and you’d think that can’t be real, but they are,” Erin says.In 2019, Steve Ballmer’s fund invested $59 million in Social Solutions, which I covered at the time with an interview with Erin’s predecessor Kristin Nimsger, who I featured in my book Superpowers for Good. Erin notes that Steve is passionate about getting nonprofits the tech they need and has devoted substantial philanthropic dollars to it.Erin calls upon her optimism as a superpower to accomplish so much good.How to Develop Optimism As a SuperpowerErin calls on her optimism to help face daunting challenges. “When you’re working with nonprofits that are on the front line, and they’re dealing with such tragedies of huge, epic proportions, I think there are times when it can be very easy to become downtrodden and think like, we’re never going to make a change.”“To me, 50 percent of this is just saying, ‘where there’s a will, there’s a way.’”Harking back to her early career in the 90s working for Dell Computer, she had an experience that has particular resonance with the current economic environment. A chip shortage and shipping delays made it almost impossible to make and sell computers.Proving her optimism, she says, “We developed partnerships with different shipping channels. We figured out how to maximize our supply in different ways. We figured out how to manage demand in ways that optimize the supply we had.” She helped Dell through a crisis that caused some competitors to shrink.“Our team recognized this is a challenge. We can rise above it,” she says.One key she points to for developing greater optimism is to remember to balance the ledger. It is common for people to focus on the problems that need to be solved. She says she always recommends having another column for the tailwinds. There are opportunities that you have to take advantage of, too.“There are oftentimes as many good things to take advantage of and as many opportunities for advancement as there are challenges,” she says.By following Erin’s example and advice, you can make optimism a superpower for good.” Get full access to Superpowers for Good at devinthorpe.substack.com/subscribe

Pastor E.A Adeboye
South-West Day Out with The God of Daddy G.O

Pastor E.A Adeboye

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 70:20


South-West Day Out with The God of Daddy G.OAs we carry out many Mission & CSR activities around the world, feel free to be a part of it; God bless you richly. https://bit.ly/2VAGVqO

Cause Talk Radio: The Cause Marketing Podcast
The Evolution of Coca-Cola & USO's 81-Year Partnership

Cause Talk Radio: The Cause Marketing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 36:45


The podcast is taking a summer vacation after today's episode and will be back in August!In today's episode, EFG's Alli Murphy is joined by Carla Deegan, Sr. Manager of Community Marketing at The Coca-Cola Company, and Ian Wright, Global Gaming Community Manager for the USO to talk about their long history of partnership and most recent peer-to-peer gaming fundraisers.In 1941, the USO and The Coca-Cola Company became partners during WWII. Since then, the ways in which they support service members have changed, but their goals have not. The trio dive into how their partnership started, how it's evolved over time and what's led to their recent P2P fundraisers.Since Military Appreciation Month in May of 2021, they've partnered together on three peer-to-peer gaming fundraisers that have raised $400,000. $200,000 of that from fundraising and $200,00 through Coca-Cola's dollar-for-dollar match.In today's episode, we'll explore:How their gaming platform is both a fundraiser and a mission delivery tool for USOHow Coca-Cola's involvement grew from a simple match & logo into a true partner in this initiativeWhy the partners choose to work with smaller influencers as opposed to large creators4 things to do when you work with creatorsHow gaming fits into Coca-Cola's CSR and business goalsHow this is all elevating Coca-Cola's brand presenceLinks & NotesCoca-Cola WebsiteUSO WebsiteUSO GamingUSO Pay It ForwardElevate Your Social ImpactSign up for Engage for Good's newsletterCheck out past podcast episodesAccess free resourcesCheck out our monthly webinarsLet Alli know what you think of the show!

The Talent Economy Podcast
Investing in New Beginnings

The Talent Economy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 22:17


How does the country's largest supermarket chain manage more than 400,000 employees across the country? Tim Massa, Senior VP and Chief People Officer of Kroger, dives into the company's comprehensive programs for employee engagement, such as diversity training, environmental volunteer opportunities, and leadership conferences.Tim Massa has more than 30 years of HR experience—20 of it with Procter & Gamble. Massa worked for P&G in several cities across the US before completing an international assignment in Poland. He eventually joined Kroger in 2010 as the Corporate VP of Human Resources, and in 2014, became Kroger's Senior VP and CPO. Some Questions Asked:How did Kroger address mental health concerns after the tragic events that occurred in their stores and factories? 13:06How have CSR and ESG efforts affected your ability to attract and retain talent? 7:10How did you manage leadership among globally diverse workforces? 5:22 In This Episode, You Will Learn:How Kroger retains diverse talent by investing in employees' education.How corporations foster a unified culture among leaders from different regions.How Kroger's diversity programs train staff to create an inclusive work culture. Links:Tim Massa - Company profileTim Massa - LinkedInKroger - LinkedInMichelle Labbe - LinkedInToptal - LinkedInThe Talent Economy podcast See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

聽天下:天下雜誌Podcast
【創新突圍】街頭巷尾隨處可見的彩券行,給你全新的想像!

聽天下:天下雜誌Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 25:57


大家在購買公益彩券時,有特別注意彩券行的設計嗎?為什麼要使用明亮的黃色,其中又有什麼意義呢? 同時,販售公益彩券的經銷商都是身心障礙者、原住民或單親低收入戶,這一群人的背後有什麼感人故事?而他們又藉由公益彩券得到了什麼力量?本集由中信金控行政長高人傑、揚成企管顧問有限公司總經理蘇山城來分享你們沒有注意到的小故事。 主持人:天下雜誌未來事業部總監兼CSR頻道總編輯 黃昭勇 來賓:中信金控行政長 高人傑、揚成企管顧問有限公司總經理 蘇山城 本集節目合作推薦:台灣彩券公司

Crossroads Sports Radio Show
CSR Ep. 215 NBA Finals Recap, NBA Draft LIVE Reaction, Interview with Ken Barlow!!

Crossroads Sports Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 120:00


Brandon and Jonathan bring you a loaded Ep. 215 of CSR as they catch up with Kenneth Barlow, talk NBA Finals Recap and Warriors winning the NBA Title and talk LIVE reactions as the NBA Draft starts and get the Pacers #6 pick.  Friend of the program and Former Indiana All-Star Ken Barlow joins the […]

聽天下:天下雜誌Podcast
【創新突圍】怎樣買彩券才會中?聽聽中獎人的趣事

聽天下:天下雜誌Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 32:53


國外樂透中獎者總是大方曝光、接受採訪,為何台灣民情截然不同?其實,公益彩券大額中獎者在領獎時,不只會得到詳盡的理財規劃建議,更重要的是會知道如何保護金錢與人身安全。同時根據歷年來的統計,大多數中獎人也會將部分的獎金捐助給需要幫助的單位,將幸運回饋給社會,形成一股善的循環。 至於如何買彩券才會中獎,背後是否有特別的方法或根據大數據推演?歷年來的中獎者又有什麼樣的共同點?本集由中信金控行政長高人傑、揚成企管顧問有限公司總經理蘇山城,為你解答! 主持人:天下雜誌未來事業部總監兼CSR頻道總編輯 黃昭勇 來賓:中信金控行政長高人傑、揚成企管顧問有限公司總經理蘇山城 本集節目合作推薦:台灣彩券公司

SHINING MIND PODCAST
Episode #93 Breaking free from gurus, cults and self-help books by finding meaningfulness in life. Professor Debbie Haski-Leventhal

SHINING MIND PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 57:17


Professor Debbie Haski-Leventhal understands resilience. Her personal story of  growing up in an ultra-orthodox Jewish family but became secular at the age of 19. Her family were some of the first families into the Kabbalah centre, decades before Madonna and Gwyneth Paltrow made it famous. She watched first hand, how power and money change people from their original intentions of doing good. Her story talks about child abuse, emotional abuse. This is not just a story about religious cults. This is about all cults, gurus that abound themselves on people's suffering. We talk about how to know if you are in a cult, whether it is a workplace, political party, self help gurus and anyone that denies you access to "special knowledge" that makes you feel less. We discuss how she overcame 18 years of brain washing to restart her life. Her latest book is called "Meaningfulness" and gives the tools to work your way back to find purpose in life beyond cults and anything that reduces your ability to question or flourish.After leaving the Kabbalah Center she moved to Jerusalem to study philosophy at the Hebrew University where she also studied a Master's in Management of not-for-profits and a PhD. She migrated to Sydney, Australia in 2008, worked at the Centre for Social Impact and in 2011 moved to Macquarie University.Debbie Haski-Leventhal was born in Tel-Aviv.You can view her TED talk here.https://www.ted.com/talks/debbie_haski_leventhal_the_purpose_driven_university She has written the following books.  Haski-Leventhal, D. (2020). The Purpose Driven University. London: Emerald Publishing.Haski-Leventhal, D., Roza, L., & Brammer, S. (2020). CSR and Employee Engagement. Edited book. London: SAGE Publications.Haski-Leventhal, D. (2018). Strategic corporate social responsibility: tools & theories for responsible management. London: SAGE Publications.Support the show

聽天下:天下雜誌Podcast
【創新突圍】彩券到底公不公益?從中國信託的加入為你解答

聽天下:天下雜誌Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 33:56


在街頭巷尾都能看到的公益彩券,陪伴著我們的成長,是一股希望與一種溫暖,不過,彩券它真的公益嗎?而它又能夠為台灣的公益資源帶來什麼好處與影響? 今天在系列節目的第一集,邀請到中信金控行政長高人傑、揚成企管顧問有限公司總經理蘇山城,一同來聊聊為什麼中國信託要爭取發行公益彩券,以及你不知道的彩券發展。 主持人:天下雜誌未來事業部總監兼CSR頻道總編輯 黃昭勇 來賓:中信金控行政長 高人傑 揚成企管顧問有限公司總經理 蘇山城 本集節目合作推薦:台灣彩券公司

Pastor E.A Adeboye
The Fourth Dimension

Pastor E.A Adeboye

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 91:15


As we carry out many Mission & CSR activities around the world, feel free to be a part of it; God bless you richly. https://bit.ly/2VAGVqO

Cheapseat Reviews
Episode #400 (Battle of the CSR All Stars)

Cheapseat Reviews

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 67:09


We did it! We made it to 400 episodes!  To celebrate we brought back some awesome guest who we'd had on over the years.  TV's Travis - Wait you havent Seen Stephen Honeycutt - Obscurity Now Lauren - Beer'd Al Podcast Jesse - Sudden but Inevitable  Cameron - Green Shirt  V - Life Paranormal With V Erik - Cinematic Sound Radio Steve Everett - Musican  They were such wonderful guests and we had a blast.  So play along as they compete for the CSR trophy.  Cheapseat Reviews the podcast. that explores the Hollywood film industry for the greater good   

聽天下:天下雜誌Podcast
【生活改革中】談淨零之前,你影印的每一份資料,真的環保嗎?

聽天下:天下雜誌Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 41:53


隨著各種永續目標的宣示群起,尤其這一年多來,您應該聽了非常多關於永續、淨零的議題。但身為辦公小資及一般民眾,會不會不知道從何著手?是否也曾經懷疑自己堆積了這麼多環保杯、環保餐具,真的有為環境帶來改善嗎? 從日常微小的細節——印表機開始,將我們忽略的、以為不重要的「碳排、耗能」都找出來,會發現永續已經讓我們的生活默默改革和創新。快跟上吧! 主持人:資深媒體人 林佳慧 來賓:台灣愛普生列印科技事業部總經理 輝偉偉 天下雜誌未來事業部總監兼CSR頻道總編輯 黃昭勇 本集節目合作推薦:Epson 台灣愛普生科技

The Justin Brady Show
Analyzing ALL customer feedback with AI. Dan Erickson, CEO of Viable shares national feedback patterns.

The Justin Brady Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 34:13


What's the biggest complaint your customers have today? Customer feedback comes in unpredictable forms, like Twitter, surveys, Google Reviews, CSR conversations, etc. Dan Erickson, CEO of Viable, has developed an AI to analyze all that data and share results in common language. What's one big theme? Your tech, apps and website suck! And it's driving your customers nuts.   Erickson, says their AI has found that most companies truly struggle with crappy tech experiences. Customers just want websites and apps to work, but so many company leaders don't spend the time or fully consider the experience. This is costing them.  Why do CTOs, COOs, and CEOs miss this stuff? Because 80% of their customer feedback comes to them as qualitative data from unstructured text from emails, call transcripts, chats. The only way to filter through this data is manual time. For example, analyzing 60,000 people surveys (compiling) that take five people, 5 weeks to analyze. Viable can return a more detailed, and more accurate report in 24 hours. At a high level, what other customer data is Viable seeing? They pulled in data from a bunch of retail apps off the App Store and Google Play Store and found customer experience with human support matters a lot! In fact, people use app reviews to complain about customer support. Erickson explains there's a huge misunderstanding gap between executives and their customers. 

Unburden Your Business
51. Recruiting the Right Fit for Your Biz with Jessica Fukuchi

Unburden Your Business

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 43:55


Jessica Fukuchi has been in the insurance industry for 14 years. She has literally sat in every role within in agency starting out as a CSR, producer, captive agency owner, agency sales manager, and then an independent brokerage owner. Having experienced so many roles within an agency gives her a unique perspective when growing and running her own agency. Jessica believes in giving back to the insurance industry and is dedicated to bringing new talent into the industry that has treated her so well. Jessica's agency specializes in the affluent market and complex insurance planning which has evolved over the years due to strategic partnerships with financial planning firms. Come listen to us chat about how she's created a rock solid strategy on how to hire and recruit for her agency. Jessica can be found on social @... PCRG Insurance Website: https://www.pcrginsurance.com/ Jessica Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jessica.w.jeffers Jessica Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/our_travelingtribe/ Let's BE FRIENDS UYB FB COMMUNITY: Check out the awesome people in the tribe @femaleinsuranceagencyowners UYB INSTAGRAM: Come check out some awesome resources @unburden_your_business AGENCY BY DESIGN: If you're ready to take your business from stressed-out/maxed out to a money-making machine, come check out Agency By Design! https://www.unburdenyourbusiness.com/signup FACEBOOK GROUP: Come join our Facebook group. A safe space for Female Insurance Agency Owners to connect.https://www.facebook.com/groups/femaleinsuranceagencyowners THE COLLECTIVE: If you've been looking for a support group of women who are growing their business, this is the place for you. Check out the monthly membership. https://www.unburdenyourbusiness.com/membership Girl, make sure to say hi in the DMs I am all about getting to know more about you! So glad you're here, Cassidy

Lex Fridman Podcast
#293 – Donald Hoffman: Reality is an Illusion – How Evolution Hid the Truth

Lex Fridman Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 203:17 Very Popular


Donald Hoffman is a cognitive scientist at UC Irvine and author of The Case Against Reality. Please support this podcast by checking out our sponsors: – Calm: https://calm.com/lex to get 40% off – LMNT: https://drinkLMNT.com/lex to get free sample pack – InsideTracker: https://insidetracker.com/lex to get 20% off – MasterClass: https://masterclass.com/lex to get 15% off – Indeed: https://indeed.com/lex to get $75 credit EPISODE LINKS: Donald's Twitter: https://twitter.com/donalddhoffman Donald's Website: http://cogsci.uci.edu/~ddhoff/ Documents & Articles: 1. Could a Neuroscientist Understand a Microprocessor?: https://journals.plos.org/ploscompbiol/article?id=10.1371/journal.pcbi.1005268 2. Conscious Agent Networks: https://chrisfieldsresearch.com/CA-circuits-CSR-rev2.pdf 3. The Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen Argument in Quantum Theory: https://plato.stanford.edu/entries/qt-epr/ Books: 1. The Case Against Reality: https://amzn.to/3MhW4Wt