Dr. Doni Landefeld is a speaker, writer, coach and trainer serving mid-level and senior business leaders who want to uplevel their skills and performance. She is the founder of Metamorphosis Coaching and specializes in leadership, communication, emotional intelligence and mental resilience. Emotional intelligence (EQ) is a set of skills that enable us to understand what other people want and need, understand what we want and need and help us find ways for those wants and needs to fit in with others. It also helps us to stay calm under pressure and to be the kind of person others want to be around. In short, EQ is what helps us to be effective, impactful and to influence and persuade -- a must have for mid-level managers. What you will learn ... How developing EQ makes a good manager great How someone with high EQ looks and acts vs. someone with low EQ How to measure your EQ to know if you're high or low Case studies that illustrate the power of understanding and exploding your EQ Resources Primal Leadership: Unleashing the Power of Emotional Intelligence by Daniel Goldman, Richard E. Boyatzis and Annie McKee The EQ Edge: Emotional Intelligence and Your Success by Steven J. Stein and Howard E. Book The EQ Deficiency: How Emotional Intelligence and Compassion Can Cure an Emotional Pandemic, Solve Our People Problems and Be a Catalyst for Positive Change by Brittany-Nichole Connor-Savarda EQ Assessments: https://mhs.com/ Doni's Website: https://themetamorphosiscoach.com/ Doni on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/doni-landefeld-ph-d-2b477111/ Get the full show notes and more information here: https://unleashedconsult.com/podcast/ Please click the button to subscribe so you don't miss any episodes and leave a review if your favorite podcast app has that ability. Thank you! © 2022 Danny Ceballos
Hear back-to-back "elevator pitches" from 11 of the Democrats running to represent New York's 10th congressional district in the U.S. House of Representatives: Daniel Goldman, lead counsel for the impeachment investigation of Pres. Trump in 2019 and former assistant U.S. attorney for the Southern District NY, Quanda Francis, accountant, data scientist and entrepreneur, Yan Xiong, pastor, veteran and activist, Brian Robinson, author and founder of a consumer advocacy company, Mondaire Jones, U.S. Representative for the 17th district, Yuh-Line Niou, NYS assembly member (65th), Peter Gleason, an attorney, Maud Maron, public defender, Jo Anne Simon, NYS assembly member (52nd), Elizabeth Holtzman, former U.S. Congresswoman, Brooklyn DA, NYC comptroller, assistant to Mayor Lindsay, and Carlina Rivera, City Council member (2nd). Plus, check out Gothamist reporter Liz Kim's voter guide on the candidates.
Tonight on the Last Word: Trump supporters are outnumbered by media at Mar-a-Lago. Also, The Washington Post reports that the Mar-a-Lago search appears to be focused on whether Donald Trump and his aides withheld items. Plus, Rudy Giuliani is ordered to testify in person to a Georgia grand jury. And the Senate passes a sweeping climate, health and tax package. Daniel Goldman, Andrew Weissmann, Tim O'Brien, Laurence Tribe, Gwen Keyes Fleming and White House Chief of Staff Ron Klain join Lawrence O'Donnell.
Nicolle Wallace discusses the DOJ's methodical approach to its Jan. 6th inquiry. Plus, GOP senators block aid to vets, a new Lincoln Project ad slams J.D. Vance, DHS officials' missing Jan. 6th texts, Mastriano's ties to white nationalists, the proposal to free Americans imprisoned in Russia, and Ukrainians' ongoing fight.Joined by: Betsy Woodruff Swan, Mike Schmidt, Daniel Goldman, Paul Rieckhoff, Rick Wilson, Michael Steele, Neal Katyal, Rev. Al Sharpton, Donny Deutsch, John Kirby, Amb. Michael McFaul, and Alexander Vindman
Tonight on the Last Word: Former Trump White House staffer Cassidy Hutchinson is reportedly cooperating with the Justice Department's January 6 investigation. Also, Democrats press gunmakers on their role in U.S. gun deaths. Plus, families and survivors of shootings push for gun reform. And a new report finds the sanctions against Russia are crippling the Russian economy. Daniel Goldman, Michael Beschloss, Rep. Katie Porter, David Hogg, Jazmin Cazares, Jeffrey Sonnenfeld and Steven Tian join Lawrence O'Donnell.
En #DemasiadoHumano 2022 hablamos de ‘el perdón’. Hacen su aporte al debate la filósofa e investigadora Florencia Abadi, y el rabino Daniel Goldman, En la sección literaria comentamos “Días sin hambre” de Delphine Vigan, publicado por la editorial Anagrama.
The Jan. 6th committee held its last public hearing for this summer in primetime and highlighted Trump's inactions during the 187 minutes the Capitol was under attack. During the hearing, there were testimonies from two former Trump White House insiders, Deputy Security Advisor Matthew Pottinger and Former Press Secretary Sarah Matthews. Sen. Claire McCaskill, Daniel Goldman, Peter Baker, Denver Riggleman, Al Schmidt, Frank Figliuzzi, Michael Steele, and Michael Beschloss join.
Nicolle Wallace discusses the 1/6 select committee hearing on Donald Trump's inaction for 187 minutes on January 6th. Plus, new details in the story of the Secret Service's purged emails, the select committee says they will hold more hearings in September, Steve Bannon is found guilty on both counts of contempt of Congress, and new evidence from the committee shows a Republican running from the mob he helped incite.Joined by: Jonathan Karl, Daniel Goldman, Peter Strzok, Michael Steele, Gordon Heddell, Denver Riggleman, Neal Katyal, Katie Benner, Ben Rhodes, Charlie Sykes, and A.B. Stoddard
The Homeland Security watchdog says the Secret Service erased texts from the day of and the day before the Jan. 6th insurrection. The Secret Service says they weren't maliciously deleted. It comes amid reporting the Jan. 6th committee is weighing whether to push for interviews with Donald Trump and Mike Pence. Plus, President Biden is set to meet with the leaders of Saudi Arabia. Jackie Alemany, Daniel Goldman, Joyce Vance, A.B. Stoddard, David Jolly, Ben Rhodes, and State Sen. Roland Gutierrez join.
Tonight on the Last Word: The January 6th Committee reveals details of the “unhinged” December 18 meeting with conspiring Trump allies. Also, a rioter says he would have left the Capitol earlier if Donald Trump had told the mob to leave sooner. Plus, senior White House officials repeatedly advised Trump to concede. And the Jan. 6th Cmte. reveals extremists' ties to the riot mob. Barry Berke, Daniel Goldman, Harry Dunn, Olivia Troye and Kathleen Belew join Lawrence O'Donnell.
Daniel Goldman, lead counsel for the first impeachment of President Donald Trump and former Assistant United States Attorney in the Southern District of New York, joined the show to discuss his campaign in the Democratic primary for the new 10th Congressional District of New York. That new district includes large portions of Lower Manhattan and Brooklyn, and the crowded primary will be decided August 23.
Tonight on the Last Word: Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis speaks to NBC News about subpoenaing Trump lawyers in the election probe. Also, Republicans ignore the realities of state abortion bans. Plus, a recent poll finds public confidence in the Supreme Court plummeting. And a new report criticizes the delayed police response in Uvalde. Daniel Goldman, Georgia State Sen. Jen Jordan, Dr. Caitlin Bernard, Michele B. Goodwin, Charles Fried and Tony Plohetski join Lawrence O'Donnell.
This week Inside the Hive features two guests focused on the Jan. 6 hearings. First, Daniel Goldman, former federal prosecutor and newly-announced candidate for New York's 10th congressional district, analyzes the findings of the Select Committee investigating the insurrection from the point of view of a lead lawyer in the first Trump impeachment. “If [Merrick Garland] doesn't charge him because Trump is a former president, then that is political,” Goldman says. “And so if you want to de-politicize the Department of Justice, you can't not charge him.” Second, Inside the Hive talks to Alex Holder, the British filmmaker whose exclusive access to Donald Trump and his family before, during and after Jan. 6 has turned his forthcoming documentary, Unprecedented, into explosive new evidence for the Committee and the filmmaker himself into a possible witness. After witnessing Trump's “tone of belligerence," says Holder, “I predicted that [the Jan. 6 insurrection] was going to happen the night before.” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Fatal flooding has killed more than 100 people in Bangladesh and India, while a dramatic heatwave spanning Europe is causing wildfires in Spain. Extreme weather like this will only become more common and more severe as the world drags its heels on climate change. As you might expect, it's been a trying time to lead the world's climate efforts, and for the last six years that's been the job of Patricia Espinosa, the United Nations' climate chief. She joins the show from Italy. Also on today's show: The latest on the Afghanistan earthquake, more revelations from the Jan 6 committee, and interviews with former federal prosecutor Daniel Goldman and The Nation Sports Editor Dave Zirin. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
The January 6th committee plans to focus on Trump's effort to pressure Mike Pence into overturning the 2020 election in the third public hearing. New surveillance video of a tour given before the insurrection is released. Plus, the Fed implements a major rate hike while inflation remains an issue for Americans. What does this mean for the midterms? Philip Rucker, Daniel Goldman, Melissa Murray, Matthew Dowd, Leigh McGowan, and David Cay Johnston join.
Nicolle Wallace discusses Rep. Barry Loudermilk's tours of the Capitol a day ahead of the insurrection. Plus, Steve Bannon slams Bill Barr over his Jan. 6th testimony, the Senate works to pass gun legislation, far-right Republicans look to reshape election systems, Katy Tur on her new memoir, and Russian advances in Ukraine.Joined by: Carol Leonnig, Daniel Goldman, Joyce Vance, Peter Strzok, Shannon Watts, Charlie Sykes, Nick Corasaniti, Matt Dowd, Cornell Belcher, Rep. Zoe Lofgren, Katy Tur, and Igor Novikov
Nicolle Wallace discusses the Jan. 6th committee's focus on Trump's election lies in its latest public hearing.Joined by: Jackie Alemany, Neal Katyal, Joyce Vance, Tim Miller, Rep. Pete Aguilar, Daniel Goldman, Peter Strzok, Miles Taylor, and Yamiche Alcindor
Nicolle Wallace previews the Jan. 6th committee's first prime time hearing. Joined by: Daniel Goldman, Luke Broadwater, Maya Wiley, John Heilemann, Rep. Elaine Luria, Peter Strzok, Jackie Alemany, Neal Katyal, Joyce Vance, Clint Watts, Rep. Jackie Speier, and Ali Vitali
Tonight on the Last Word: Oscar-winning actor Matthew McConaughey pays tribute to the Uvalde shooting victims. Also, the January 6 committee is expected to focus on extremist groups during Thursday's hearing. And primaries are being held in seven states tonight. Charles Blow, David Plouffe, Rep. Eric Swalwell, Daniel Goldman and Rep. Katie Porter join Lawrence O'Donnell.
Tonight on the Last Word: The police response to the Uvalde shooting is under investigation. Also, the January 6 committee plans to hold its first public hearing next week. Plus, POLITICO obtains recordings of Republicans discussing their plans to contest the next election. And John Durham's probe fails to prove Donald Trump's Russia “hoax” claim. Texas State Sen. Roland Gutierrez, Tony Plohetski, Guillermo Contreras, Daniel Goldman, Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs, Michigan County Clerk Barb Byrum, David Corn and Tim O'Brien join Lawrence O'Donnell.
John Heilemann, in for Nicolle Wallace, discusses the fate of gun reform in the U.S. following the Uvalde shooting. Plus, Trump aide Peter Navarro sues the 1/6 committee, Republican primary races test Trump's influence, and Ukrainians flee amid a new Russian offensive.Joined by: Liz McLaughlin, Melissa Murray, Matthew Dowd, Frank Figliuzzi, Jackie Alemany, Daniel Goldman, Nick Confessore, Charlie Sykes, Mike Collier, Jonathan Lemire, Kim Atkins Stohr, and Cal Perry
Tonight on the Last Word: Texas Police change the story on their engagement with the shooter. Also, students stage walkouts nationwide to demand gun reform. Plus, studies show that shootings with high-capacity magazines have higher death tolls. And The New York Times reports that Donald Trump reacted “approvingly” to chants about hanging Mike Pence on January 6th. Ken Dilanian, Jim Cavanaugh, TX State Rep. Chris Turner, MI State Sen. Mallory McMorrow, Rep. Abigail Spanberger and Daniel Goldman join Lawrence O'Donnell.
Read the full Show Notes and search through the world's largest audio library on Scrum directly on the Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast website: http://bit.ly/SMTP_ShowNotes. Bent's definition of success for Scrum Masters, is equally applicable to Agile Coaches. It starts with helping teams be able to excel without the presence of the Scrum Master. Through the work of teaching, and supporting the use of the Scrum framework, the Scrum Masters can help the team work well, and be “the oil in the gearbox” In this segment, we talk about emotional intelligence, and the book Emotional Intelligence: Why It Can Matter More Than IQ by Daniel Goldman. Featured Retrospective Format for the Week: The Sailboat retrospective as an inspiring format Bent introduces his own perspective on the Sailboat Retrospective, by bringing in an approach that focuses on creating a positive, and inspiring atmosphere for the team. In this segment, we refer to the book Agile Retrospectives by Derby and Larsen. Do you wish you had decades of experience? Learn from the Best Scrum Masters In The World, Today! The Tips from the Trenches - Scrum Master edition audiobook includes hours of audio interviews with SM's that have decades of experience: from Mike Cohn to Linda Rising, Christopher Avery, and many more. Super-experienced Scrum Masters share their hard-earned lessons with you. Learn those today, make your teams awesome! About Bent Myllerup Bent Myllerup is a management consultant, organisational change agent and agile transformation coach with 20 years of personal experience in management and leadership. He holds a Master in Management Development (MMD) from Copenhagen Business School and a Bachelor in Science of Electronic Engineering. He was the first European Certified Scrum Coach and he is also a Certified Scrum Trainer. You can link with Bent Myllerup on LinkedIn and connect with Bent Myllerup on Twitter.
Tonight on the Last Word: President Biden and Sen. Chuck Schumer condemn Fox hosts for racist propaganda. Also, Sen. Mitch McConnell dodges a chance to denounce replacement theory. Plus, the Justice Department requests transcripts from the January 6 committee. And President Biden visits the families of the Buffalo mass shooting victims. Jelani Cobb, David Plouffe, Daniel Goldman, Steve Kornacki and Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown join Lawrence O'Donnell.
Tonight on the Last Word: The January 6 Committee subpoenas top House Republican Kevin McCarthy. Also, The New York Times reports the Justice Department is investigating Donald Trump's handling of classified records. Plus, Rep. Hakeem Jeffries accuses Justice Thomas of hypocrisy. And former classmates of Justice Alito criticize his draft opinion. Rep. Adam Schiff, Daniel Goldman, Tim O'Brien, Susan Squier and Cecile Richards also join Lawrence O'Donnell.
Nicolle Wallace discusses the Jan. 6th panel's subpoenas of 5 GOP congressmen. Plus, the DOJ probes Trump's handling of classified documents. Joined by: Luke Broadwater, A.B. Stoddard, Rep. Eric Swalwell, Daniel Goldman, Mike Schmidt, Laurence Tribe, Rep. Zoe Lofgren, Frank Figliuzzi, Joyce Vance, Harry Litman, Tim Miller, Donny Deutsch, and Garrett Haake
Nicolle Wallace discusses Mark Meadows' push to overturn the 2020 election. Plus, Russia marks “Victory Day” despite battlefield failures, Congress' abortion rights bill, and the relationship between Jan. 6th and the war in Ukraine.Joined by: Michael Kranish, Claire McCaskill, Luke Broadwater, Igor Novikov, Fatima Goss Graves, Alexander Vindman, Ben Rhodes, Julia Ioffe, and Daniel Goldman
Nicolle Wallace discusses Trump's endorsement power ahead of the midterms. Plus, the fight for abortion rights, McCarthy's conversations about removing Trump from office, Trump Jr.'s cooperation with the Jan. 6th panel, and Putin's plans to declare “victory” on May 9th. Joined by: Yamiche Alcindor, Miles Taylor, Cecile Richards, Jeremy Bash, Josh Shapiro, Daniel Goldman, Betsy Woodruff Swan, Cal Perry, Tom Nichols, and Amy Mackinnon
Nicolle Wallace discusses revelations that Mark Meadows knew of possible violence on Jan. 6th in advance of the insurrection. Plus, a New York judge holds Trump in contempt of court, Elon Musk buys Twitter, Russia attacks key Ukrainian rail lines, and Emmanuel Macron wins re-election in France.Joined by: Luke Broadwater, Peter Strzok, Claire McCaskill, Harry Litman, Sam Stein, Kara Swisher, Cal Perry, Igor Novikov, Katty Kay, Bobby Ghosh, and Daniel Goldman
Nicolle Wallace discusses the arrest of the Brooklyn subway shooting suspect. Plus, a new report on Russian war crimes, the Jan. 6th committee meets with former Trump White House lawyers, Mark Meadows is removed from North Carolina's voter roll, the security questions around two men charged with impersonating federal agents, the GOP blocks a bill honoring a pioneering Black judge, and Trump endorses Mehmet Oz. Joined by: Chris Jansing, Ali Arouzi, Jack Crosbie, John Heilemann, Claire McCaskill, Daniel Goldman, Igor Novikov, Clint Watts, Carol Leonnig, Donell Harvin, Eddie Glaude, and David Jolly
Nicolle Wallace discusses a missile strike on a Ukrainian train station. Plus, Mitch McConnell's moral compass, a senator calls out his GOP colleague's hypocrisy, the Manhattan DA's ongoing investigation into Trump, Ketanji Brown Jackson's historic confirmation, and Republicans' attacks on reproductive rights.Joined by: Ali Velshi, Evelyn Farkas, Max Boot, Jonathan Swan, Tim Miller, Daniel Goldman, Fatima Goss Graves, Rev. Al Sharpton, Rep. Barbara Lee, Cecile Richards, Alexander Vindman, and Greg Myre
Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson is now the first black woman to sit on the Supreme Court after the Senate voted to confirm her. Meantime, the New York AG asks a judge to hold him in contempt for failing to turn over subpoenaed documents. Plus, Ukraine begs for more weapons as it braces for a Russian attack in the eastern part of the country. Yamiche Alcindor, Daniel Goldman, Jonathan Capehart, Gen. Barry McCaffrey, Julia Davis, Dave Levinthal and Janis Mackey Frayer join.
Tonight on the Last Word: New sanctions hit Russian banks and ban all investments. Also, the Senate vote to confirm Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson is planned for Thursday afternoon. Plus, the Ukraine government reports that 89 people have been killed in Kyiv, including four children, since the war began. And Vladimir Putin's army has apparently withdrawn from Kyiv. Courtney Kube, Tim Weiner, Eddie Fishman, Claire McCaskill, Daniel Goldman, Andriy Kulykov and Phillips O'Brien join Lawrence O'Donnell.
“Most workers being 92% think they have strong emotional intelligence. But fewer than 74% believe that their bosses do”Are you emotional in the workplace? Or do you check your emotions at the door? In this Inspired Action for Imperfect Humans podcast episode Christopher Lawrence and Kyle Kalloo discuss emotions in the workplace, and why cultivating emotional intelligence in the workplace is highly important to having better teams.Summary:IntroductionChristopher tells his story of how emotions are his superpowerSome statistics regarding emotions in the workplaceKyle chats about Daniel Goldman's book “Emotional Intelligence”Emotional granularity, what is it?What is not acceptable in the workplaceCalls to Action:Even before the remote workforce evolution, office culture was inherently fragile. After all, it's made up of imperfect humans interacting with other imperfect humans. And while perfection isn't the goal, we all secretly wish for a workplace where people find ways to bring out the best in each other. Unfortunately, that's not always an intuitive skill. It takes guidance, practice, and then more guidance and practice... but with the right leadership, it's definitely achievable. How do you enhance your workforce's ability to engage, collaborate, and adapt in this volatile and uncertain reality? Get the answers to your culture questions when you setup a complimentary Discovery Session with Kyle Kalloo at https://ChangeMyLifeCoaching.as.me/?appointmentType=14623413Not loving your career? Feel you need a change in your job? Let's Strategize! Book a complimentary Strategy Session with Christopher Lawrence here:https://ChangeMyLifeCoaching.as.me/?appointmentType=14044176Tell us your “inspired stories” stories by visiting www.InspiredActionPodcast.caChristopher Lawrence LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/career-life-coach-christopher-lawrence/Kyle Kalloo LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kyle-kalloo/Change My Life Coaching & Change My Business Coaching LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/6446498/admin/Looking to create a corporate coaching culture? Reach out to Kyle Kalloo: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: https://strategicleader.ca
Nicolle Wallace discusses the massacre of innocent civilians in Bucha, Ukraine. Plus, Merrick Garland faces mounting pressure to prosecute Jan. 6th more aggressively, the Senate Judiciary Committee deadlocks on Ketanji Brown Jackson's Supreme Court nomination, and pro-Jan. 6th rhetoric in the intelligence community.Joined by: Igor Novikov, Michael Schmidt, Daniel Goldman, Claire McCaskill, Garrett Haake, Ali Velshi, John Kirby, Gen. Barry McCaffrey, Peter Strzok, Melissa Murray, Kim Atkins Stohr, and Frank Figliuzzi
On today's episode of The MeidasTouch Podcast, we sit down with Daniel Goldman, trial attorney and legal analyst who served as a federal prosecutor in the Southern District of New York and also served as lead counsel in the first impeachment inquiry against Donald Trump. Goldman breaks down his thoughts on the 7 hours and 37 minutes of missing records from Donald Trump & The White House on Jan 6, how the Jan 6 Committee is handling their investigation and what we can expect in the coming weeks. The remainder of the episode, the brothers discuss the latest breaking news of the week including; the January 6 committee referring contempt charges for Navarro & Scavino, the 7+ hour gap in Trump's phone logs on Jan. 6, Biden's proposed tax plan to make sure billionaires pay their fair share and much more. If you enjoyed today's episode please be sure to rate, review and subscribe! As always, thank YOU for listening! DEALS FROM OUR SPONSORS: AG1 by AthleticGreens: https://athleticgreens.com/meidas ExpressVPN: https://expressVPN.com/meidas Remember to subscribe to ALL the Meidas Media Podcasts: MeidasTouch: https://pod.link/1510240831 Legal AF: https://pod.link/1580828595 The PoliticsGirl Podcast: https://pod.link/1595408601 The Influence Continuum: https://pod.link/1603773245 Kremlin File: https://pod.link/1575837599 Mea Culpa with Michael Cohen: https://pod.link/1530639447 Zoomed In: https://pod.link/1580828633 The Weekend Show: https://pod.link/1612691018 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
After promising to scale back troops, Russia continues strikes in Ukraine. It comes as declassified U.S. intelligence suggests Putin is being misinformed by his advisers about the war. Meantime, President Biden pushes for more Covid funding in anticipation of another surge. And as democracies are threatened around the world, there's a new focus on the people behind the founding of democracy in America like Benjamin Franklin. Juan Zarate, Jeremy Bash, Claire McCaskill, Daniel Goldman, Asami Terajima and Ken Burns join.
Nicolle Wallace discusses gaps in Trump's call logs from Jan. 6, 2021. Plus, the Jan. 6th panel votes to hold two Trump advisers in contempt, Ukraine and Russia hold negotiations, and Biden signs an anti-lynching bill into law.Joined by: Daniel Goldman, Betsy Woodruff Swan, Luke Broadwater, Rep. Zoe Lofgren, Keir Simmons, Michael McFaul, Ali Arouzi, Jeremy Bash, Amy MacKinnon, Brian Karem, Rev. Al Sharpton, Matthew Dowd, and Yamiche Alcindor
Nicolle Wallace discusses Ukrainians' preparations for attack as the Russian military draws closer to Kyiv. Growing fears over a new iron curtain, and some on the far right double down on the Kremlin's lies about biological weapons in Ukraine.Joined by: Richard Engel, Igor Novikov, Alexander Vindman, John Heilemann, Cal Perry, Amb. William Taylor, Frank Figliuzzi, Jim Warren, and Daniel Goldman
Nicolle Wallace discusses Ukrainians' ongoing resistance to Russian advances as the U.S. imposes new sanctions. Plus, opening arguments in the first Jan. 6th trial, and the White House's new covid strategy. Joined by: Igor Novikov, Cal Perry, Yamiche Alcindor, Daniel Goldman, Rick Stengel, Betsy Woodruff Swan, Ned Price, Keir Simmons, Amb. Michael McFaul, Evelyn Farkas, Clint Watts, Kelly Cobiella, and Jeff Zients
Nicolle Wallace discusses the possibility of a large-scale invasion of Ukraine by Russia. Plus, two prosecutors in the New York District Attorney's investigation of Trump resign, Ivanka Trump speaks with the Jan. 6th committee, Biden interviews 3 finalists for the Supreme Court vacancy, and D.C. braces for a “freedom convoy” inspired by Canadian protests.Joined by: Peter Baker, Tim Miller, Claire McCaskill, Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, Daniel Goldman, Luke Broadwater, Jeremy Bash, Gen. Barry McCaffrey, Cal Perry, Matt Bodner, Maya Wiley, Joyce Vance, and Garrett Haake
Tonight on the Last Word: Vladimir Putin signs a decree recognizing the independence of separatist regions in eastern Ukraine. Also, the UN Security Council holds an emergency meeting on Ukraine. And Donald Trump faces parallel investigations in New York. David Rothkopf, David Faris, Eugene Robinson, Timothy Snyder, Daniel Goldman and Tim O'Brien join Lawrence O'Donnell.
Nicolle Wallace discusses the possibility of Rudy Giuliani testifying before the Jan. 6th committee. Plus, Trump's accounting firm says 10 years of his financial statements are unreliable, Russia continues amassing troops on the Ukrainian border, and the Super Bowl takes place amid controversies surrounding the NFL. Joined by: Mike Schmidt, Daniel Goldman, Claire McCaskill, Tom Winter, Rep. Madeleine Dean, David Jolly, Greg Myre, Amb. Michael McFaul, Evelyn Farkas, Rep. Gregory Meeks, Susanne Craig, Eddie Glaude, and Sam Stein
Continuing our conversation and learning around skills and skill development, we now dive into the two broad categories of Soft Skills:Intrapersonal Skills and Interpersonal SkillsIn this episode, Michel clearly defines these two sets of soft skills and highlights the benefits of developing both.Starting with intrapersonal skills, these are the personal skills that help us to get to know and manage ourselves better.Working on your intrapersonal skills allows you to establish priorities, manage workloads and even choose the right career. Interpersonal skills, as defined by Daniel Goldman, is simply social intelligence.Developing these interpersonal skills guides us to grow within our teams and our communities, as these skills include listening, speaking, empathy and overall "people" skills. It's about using this combination of skills to get to know and better serve the needs of our diverse clients, customers, employees and other stakeholders. While interpersonal skills play a critical role in our ability to build strong, meaningful, relationships, it's intrapersonal skills that help us to get to know ourselves better, so that we can move with confidence and make better decisions.In a global economy with thousands of people with the same credentials, soft skills are the great differentiatorsFor more information on sharpening these ever-important soft skills, please join the Upskill Community HERE.Thank you for listening and sharing!
1. Dan Goldman on the beginnings of Clean Energy Ventures as an early-stage technology investor 2. Why Clean Energy Ventures focuses on advising and mentoring leadership teams in order to bring the right technologies to market 3. A deep dive on the route to commercialization and factors that affect a company's ability to scale up 4. How strategic exit plans can help a company scale up more quickly and more effectively
The Washington Post reports that the Manhattan district attorney has convened a grand jury in the Trump criminal probe that’s expected to decide whether to indict former President Trump and other Trump organization officials. Daniel Goldman is a former federal prosecutor and a former assistant U.S. attorney. He tells Anderson Cooper that typically in fraud cases prosecutors believe they have a case against the defendant and “the grand jury will usually vote to indict.” Plus, memorial events and marches marked one year since George Floyd was murdered. His family and friends visited President Biden at the White House and lawmakers on Capitol Hill. Floyd’s girlfriend Courteney Ross joins AC360 to remember him and says “it’s been the hardest year of my life.”To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
An adviser to former President Trump is worried the Rudy Giuliani raid sent a “strong message to a lot of people inside Trump’s world” and that more investigations could be coming. Federal agents recently executed a search warrant on Giuliani’s apartment and office. The former mayor of New York City has been the focus of an investigation surrounding his activities in Ukraine. Daniel Goldman was counsel for the Democrats during former President Trump’s first impeachment trial. He joins Anderson Cooper to discuss the Giuliani investigation. Plus, beginning May 4th the Biden administration will restrict travel from India, where one of the world’s worst Covid-19 outbreaks is devastating the country. CNN’s Chief International Correspondent Clarissa Ward brings AC360 to New Delhi for an update on the lack of oxygen and other hospital supplies. Airdate: April 30, 2021 Guests: Daniel Goldman Clarissa WardTo learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
After more than a decade working as a federal prosecutor and legal analyst, Daniel Goldman became a household name in 2020 for his role as lead counsel for the House in the first impeachment trial of former President Trump. As Trump's second impeachment trial continues, Daniel joined David to talk about the House managers' opening arguments, the through line from Trump's first impeachment to his second, growing up a descendent of Levi Strauss, and how losing his father as a child impacted the trajectory of his life. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
On today's episode of the Spapreneur® Podcast we're talking about how it's extra this time of the year and anxiety is up. With the election and discussion, it's hard to escape and your clients feel they can take over your emotional state. How do we take on this challenge and anxiety with grace? This is what we're talking about today. Topics Covered:We have a new editor - Joel Sharpton! and he has the coolest wife Sessy is heading to Europe again! September the 2nd New Year Amber Dugger is amazing We take anxiety meds - and it's okay When we feel taken hostage by the client You Don't Have to Respond Have a question that works that isn't political When you're out of control Control what you can control You can't fix everything Don't be a sponge be a duck Pillar 5 - Systems and Processes The difference between surrendering and giving up Resources Mentionedhttps://www.amazon.com/Emotional-Intelligence-Matter-More-Than/dp/055338371X (Emotional Intelligence by Daniel Goldman ) https://www.amazon.com/Four-Tendencies-Indispensable-Personality-Profiles/dp/1524760919/ref=sr_1_1?crid=13MNQQ7W6O8T4&dchild=1&keywords=the+four+tendencies+by+gretchen+rubin&qid=1604013189&s=books&sprefix=the+four+t%2Cstripbooks%2C149&sr=1-1 (The Four Tendencies by Gretchen Rubin) https://www.amazon.com/Essentials-Matrix-Notebook-Bullet-Journal/dp/1441323716/ref=sr_1_6?dchild=1&keywords=moleskine+notebook&qid=1604013247&s=books&sr=1-6 (Ramona's Favorite Notebooks) Slack Spapreneur Mastermind