Feeling unmotivated? Maybe some words from Circe Wallace are just what you need. From growing up in a bohemian, artist commune to becoming possibly the biggest driving force behind every major deal in snowboarding, Circe Wallace has seen it all. She was the first woman to have a pro-model snowboard boot with Vans in the late 90s and lately has been focusing her energy on cultivating the youth and producing Natural Selection. She is filled with passion and tenacity and speaks with such precision and awareness that you can't help but lean it. Join us as we sit down and talk shop with the super agent herself on this weeks episode of The Bomb Hole!Special ThanksTen Barrel Pub BeerThe Patreon Members, We could not do this without you!! https://www.patreon.com/thebombhole Mammoth Mountain- https://www.mammothmountain.com Volcom- https://www.volcom.com InstagramCirce Wallace's instagram @circesnow https://www.instagram.com/circesnow/@thebombhole: https://www.instagram.com/thebombhole/ @Grendiesel : https://www.instagram.com/grendiesel/@17is : https://www.instagram.com/17is/ Hit subscribe and click the notification bell to be the first to know when new episodes drop and find out when we launch live events. Leave a comment, we love your feedback! For all things Bomb Hole, go to: https://thebombhole.com/BOMB HOLE STORE: https://thebombhole.com/collections/allChapters-00:00 Intro1:32 Finding Snowboarding8:47 Snowboard Career13:00 Facilitating a Dream15:22 Mom & Pop Shops25:07 Being a Woman in a Male Dominated Space31:00 Ads: Sun Bum & Bubs33:28 Strong Female Energy43:19 Diversity and Inclusion55:15 Choosing Clients59:39 Tenacity & Connection1:24:08 Ad: Liquid Death 1:25:00 Patreon Question1:39:28 Parenting1:45:06 NTVP Presented by Woodward1:50:07 Patreon Question1:53:40 Becoming an Agent2:07:12 Change2:13:35 Natural Selection2:25:13 Ad: IKON2:26:17 Sports Management Mastermind Course2:37:31 Hot Takes Presented by Oakley2:45:55 How Big is The Pie?2:48:24 Pub Beer Crap Shoot2:50:41 Thank You'sShow NotesSports Management Mastermind Course: https://www.sportsmanagementmastermind.comNatural Selection: https://www.naturalselectiontour.comStop Willow Project: https://stopwillow.orgStop Cop City: https://stopcop.city#TheBombHole #BombHolePodcast #CirceWallace
In this episode, Keith and I are talking about the importance of managing timber with our friends Larry, Ben, and Alex. We discuss why fire is an important tool in timber management, how to overcome hurdles that may prevent you from starting timber stand improvement projects, and creating goals for the land you are managing. These guys have done an amazing job making improvements on Larry's 80 acre property and as a result the hunting opportunities have increased greatly in just 5 years. From a hunting standpoint alone this property went from an average 80 acre parcel to the most attractive buck bedding location in the area! If you or someone you know owns land and wants to reach the goals of better hunting, maximizing timber value, and creating diverse habitat for all local wildlife then this podcast may help get you started! Topics Include: -what a healthy forest looks like -the difference between a small, managed, timber stand and huge public land timber stand that isn't managed -creating better hunting opportunities by managing timber DAKOTA LITHIUM - https://bit.ly/3LVsZ6B LARRY'S WEBSITE - https://nativelandscapesohio.com/ NEW VEST GIVEAWAY! - https://www.thehuntingpublic.com/pages/giveaway THP MERCH: https://bit.ly/30ZC1rm - Get 10% off THP Merch w/Code ZACH GoWild - Save 10% on orders w/code THP - https://bit.ly/3i4c15r OPTICS - 10% off Vortex Optics w/code THP10 - https://bit.ly/3AOdKDQ TURKEY CALLS - Get 10% off Woodhaven Calls w/coupon code - THP2022 - http://bit.ly/2IagiSe MAPPING - Get 20% Off OnX Hunt! Use promo code THP: https://bit.ly/3qCKryJ BOW ACCESSORIES - Get 20% off TROPHY RIDGE products w/code - THP21 - http://bit.ly/2Lol7Yx BOWS - Save 10% off all Bear Equipment w/code THP10 - http://bit.ly/2JW7OzP TICK REPELLANT - Learn about all Sawyer outdoor products - https://sawyer.com/lyme-disease/ TRAIL CAMERAS - Get 10% off Exodus Trail Cameras w/ code - THP10 - https://bit.ly/3lwNlpE GAME PROCESSING - MEAT! products - Free shipping on orders over $99 w/code - THP10 - https://bit.ly/2DzgTQ8v TREE SADDLES - Check out Tethrd saddles and platforms! - http://bit.ly/2Td2Wcr Follow us on Facebook at The Hunting Public Follow us on Instagram at The Hunting Public
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion initiatives have taken over the country, reaching into every aspect of our work, school, and lives. What is "DEI," though? New Discourses founder James Lindsay explains the idea and its history in unprecedented depth in this new series from an in-person workshop in Miami, Florida, breaking down each of the three letters in detail. What we'll find is that it's a contemporary and managerial repackaging of socialism. In this third and final episode in the series, Lindsay explains that "Inclusion" is an overarching value structure for the "Diverse and Equitable" commissar system that's being installed. In fact, it's a justification not for inclusion as most people understand it, but for censorship and purges, just like in any Communist state. Inclusion, and its extension in "Belonging," are a manipulative strategy akin to Mao Zedong's "unity, criticism, unity" formula for taking over not just institutions but the value structure of populations and bending them toward socialism (or, in this case, equity). Join James Lindsay as he breaks down "Inclusion" and makes it clear that it's exactly the opposite of what it sells itself to be. Order James Lindsay's new book, The Marxification of Education: https://amzn.to/3RYZ0tY Support New Discourses: https://newdiscourses.com/support Follow New Discourses on other platforms: https://newdiscourses.com/subscribe Follow James Lindsay: https://linktr.ee/conceptualjames © 2023 New Discourses. All rights reserved. #newdiscourses #jameslindsay #inclusion
In hour 3, Chris talks about a Democrat in Pennsylvania who was upset that some speakers that don't align with her agenda will be visiting college campuses, and she cites their pledge toward Diversity, Inclusion and Equity - or DIE - As Chris has been saying all along. Also, transgender bicycle athletes and more! For more coverage on the issues that matter to you download the WMAL app, visit WMAL.com or tune in live on WMAL-FM 105.9 from 9:00am-12:00pm Monday-Friday. To join the conversation, check us out on twitter @WMAL and @ChrisPlanteShow Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The World According To Ben Stein
On the March 23 edition of the podcast, @BenStein, @JudahFriedman, and @TheRoffDraft discuss why the world is such a dangerous place, what can be done about it, and who can do it. Why? Because, with China cozying up to Russian, valiant Ukrainians dying for their country, and Iran making friends with Saudi Arabia, who knows how much time we have left. All that and why there's no good Chinese food in southern California on the latest edition of #TheWorldAccordingtoBenStein
Today, we sit down with the talented Todd Cetnar, the founder and CEO of Cetnar Consulting Group, who has 25+ years of leading strategic growth with prominent pharmaceutical and medical device companies. Most recently, Todd was the VP of sales at Siemens Medical. Todd was also a former D1 and professional basketball player who played throughout Europe. His success on the court led him to become a 3x Hall-of-Famer as he was enshrined into his HS, College, and the New York State High Basketball Hall of Fame. Todd was also a former college basketball coach and now participates on the Ironman Triathlon circuit as an ultra-endurance athlete. Todd is the author of the book The 3 Pillars of Elite Results, where Todd has taken all of his experience and combined the skill sets learned in each area of his life to formulating the framework around mastering an elite mindset and leadership skills and building an elite culture.Today, though, is about Todd, the dad. We will learn about his wife and their two young daughters. Todd will share many lessons of adversity that shaped the husband and father he is today. Throughout his entire life, he has always wanted to be coached. One of my favorite stories from this episode is when Todd got taught why the "little things" are essential. Lastly, Todd will share why loyalty is essential, having a passion for something, and the word commitment. To learn more about Todd, you can find him on LinkedIn.Catch Sitka Sport Fishing At Catch Sitka, Issam and team provide an amazing fishing experience with Halibut, Salmon and more!Established in 2006, Acme Homes WA One of the most value-based home builders in the state of Washington! Go Check them out!Please don't forget to leave us a review wherever you consume your podcasts! Please help us get more dads to listen weekly and become the ultimate leader of their homes!
INTRODUCTION Excerpt from “Coming to America”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ot03YqYQ1Qo perf. Dr. Angela M. Wellman – “Michael Row Your Boat Ashore” (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZQDpFAji6RU) P!NK – “Misery” (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zAg3Mz8BB9A) Amy Beach – Piano Concerto No. 1 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SKYBhHK5Zh4) Cookiee Kawaii – “Violin” (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JKHaoxU-GO8) MOVEMENT ONE “Why This LA Metro Station Cranked Up the Classical Music”: https://www.nbclosangeles.com/news/local/metro-station-classical-music-safety-crime/3116937/ John Adams – “Hallelujah Junction” (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lBv-Onv0_Gs) “Metropolitan Opera Ordered to Pay Anna Netrebko $200,000 for Canceled Performances”: https://operawire.com/metropolitan-opera-ordered-to-pay-anna-netrebko-200000-for-canceled-performances/ Raehann Bryce-Davis and Shefali Ranthe Collaboration: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fsNT09-VzxE MOVEMENT TWO Kaki King – “The Surface Changes” (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ziPD16xCBBg) SALES – “Off and On” (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lSfpFrbZ-OA) MOVEMENT THREE Garrett Interviews Thea Musgrave w/ Peter Mark Thea Musgrave: https://www.theamusgrave.com/biography/ Thea Musgrave – Clarinet Concerto mov. VI (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a6ctU1xtGH4&list=OLAK5uy_nBSn088P5SusE0LsnkkS0Ol9_pk7BhLHI&index=7) Thea Musgrave – “Harriet, the Woman Called Moses” excerpt (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hr1wkr1HYjI) THE TRILLOQUY Janet Jackson – “Let's What Awhile” (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5cZ7IOApdfg) Minnesota Orchestra Commission Honoring George Floyd: https://hub.americanorchestras.org/2022/05/02/minnesota-orchestras-breadth-commission-honors-george-floyd-and-work-toward-equity-and-healing-in-minneapolis/ SPONSORS Fort Worth African American Roots Music Festival: https://www.fwaamfest.com Schubert Club: https://schubert.org Salastina: https://www.salastina.org ★ Support this podcast ★
Join Hugh Ross and Fazale “Fuz” Rana as they discuss new discoveries taking place at the frontiers of science that have theological and philosophical implications, including the reality of God's existence. *Disclaimer: Audio quality and sound may be low for Hugh Ross' microphone* Bison & Grass Diversity A three-decade long field study in the Flint Hills ecoregion in Eastern Kansas shows that reintroducing bison to tallgrass prairie increased grassland species diversity by more than 100% compared to ungrazed areas and by more than 50% compared to areas grazed by domesticated cattle. In tallgrass prairie grazed by bison, researchers observed a continual increase in native plant species richness. Unlike domesticated cattle, bison engage in frequent wallowing, which increases habitat heterogeneity. Researchers noted that long-term, year-round grazing by bison resulted in plant communities that were resilient to the two-year severe drought that occurred from 2011–2012. The researchers concluded that “rewilding native megafauna could help to restore grassland biodiversity” worldwide. Resources: Reintroducing Bison Results in Long-Running and Resilient Increases in Grassland Diversity Animal Smarts & God's Image Animals are intelligent and display remarkable skills that reflect the ability to plan and problem solve. Some life scientists interpret this behavior as evidence that animal intelligence is closer to human intelligence than we might have initially thought. This claim seems to challenge the view that human beings are exceptional. According to Scripture, human beings stand apart from all other creatures because we bear God's image. But if, in essence, human beings are no different from animals, it's challenging to maintain that we are the crown of creation, as Scripture teaches. Yet, recent work by biologist Johan Lind from Stockholm University indicates that animals engage in behavior that resembles flexible planning through a different process: associative learning.In this episode, biochemist Fuz Rana explores the scientific and theological implications of Lind's insight. Resources: What Can Associative Learning Do for Planning? A-Learning: A New Formulation of Associative Learning Theory Can Associative Learning Be the General Process for Intelligent Behavior in Non-Human Animals? Additional Resources: Does Animal Planning Undermine the Image of God?
Maybe they can bring Howie in as a keynote speaker since he's a graduate of Entercom's re-education camp. Howie talks the latest scandal on-air at his former station that involves a racial slur. Then, Howie fills everyone in on the latest in the post-Lyons state committee and the shocking recurring issue in airlines.
Stories of Astonishing Light with KJ Nasrul
Today's episode features a joy-infused, nervous system-soothing conversation between kindred spirits Brenda Winkle and KJ. The ladies contemplate ways to recover and enhance our intrinsic power: our intuition. As a trauma-informed Reiki Master, Brenda helps highly sensitive people, over-achievers, perfectionists, people pleasers, and empaths set boundaries, protect their energy, and heal their nervous systems. She holds a master's degree in Educational Leadership, and a BS in Music Education, and spent 26 years of her career in elementary and choral music classrooms.She stepped away from full-time teaching and now runs her business full-time but still volunteers on a regional board as the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Chair. She has been trained as an Advanced ThetaHealing® Meditation Technique Practitioner, and a trauma-informed Breathwork Facilitator.Compassionate Considerations:
Phronesis: Practical Wisdom for Leaders
Dr. Aftab Erfan (she/her) is a scholar-practitioner currently serving as the City of Vancouver's first Chief Equity Officer. She leads internal transformation for a public organization of nearly 10,000 employees. Originally from Iran, she moved to Canada as a teenager. Her formal education is in environmental sciences, fine arts, and urban planning. Aftab did much of her growing up within the youth environmental movement, where she learned that activism is an effective antidote to despair. In her late 20s, Aftab completed an action-research-based Ph.D. in Community and Regional Planning at the University of British Columbia, where she subsequently taught for nearly a decade and completed a 4-year stint as Director of Dialogue and Conflict Engagement for the university. She has worked as a consultant on four continents but finds much more meaning in working locally. Next to her family, Aftab's primary engagement is with the large systemic issues of our times. She wonders how we can become useful leaders in times of societal struggle, transition, and collapse. Amiel Handelsman is a seasoned executive coach with 20+ years of experience helping leaders and teams navigate complexity. His clients have included college presidents, C-level business executives, and teams at every level. He is passionate about climate solutions and specializes in helping people deliver what they promise and build highly engaged workforces. Amiel is the author of four books, including Practice Greatness and the free e-books Reimagining American Identity and How To Be An Anti-race Antiracist, and is a frequent guest on podcasts. He holds a B.A. in Public Policy Studies from Duke University and an M.B.A. from the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan. Amiel lives with his wife and two children in Ann Arbor, Michigan.Resources Mentioned In This EpisodeArticle: The Many Face of JEDI by Dr. Atfab ErfanArticle: Response to Erfan by Amiel HandelsmanResource: Tobert's Action LogicsResource: Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (JEDI)Book: 4000 Weeks: Time and How to Use It by Oliver BurkemanBook: Ministry for the Future by Kim Stanley RobinsonA Quote From Atfab's Article "When the JEDI movement looks in the mirror, it sees many faces reflected back. I can only hope that giving names and definitions to some of these faces enables all of us who see ourselves a part of this movement to take our next steps with more awareness and mutual responsibility to one another."About Scott J. AllenWebsiteMy Approach to HostingThe views of my guests do not constitute "truth." Nor do they reflect my personal views in some instances. However, they are important views to be aware of. Nothing can replace your own research and exploration.About The International Leadership Association (ILA)The ILA was created in 1999 to bring together professionals interested in the study, practice, and teaching of leadership.
ITSPmagazine | Technology. Cybersecurity. Society
Guest: Arjun Bhatnagar, CEO of Cloaked - a consumer-first privacy startup dedicated to bringing humanity back to the internet.On LinkedIn | https://www.linkedin.com/in/arjunbhatnagar/On Twitter | https://twitter.com/acenarioGuest: Sean Martin, Co-Founder at ITSPmagazine [@ITSPmagazine] and Host of Redefining CyberSecurity Podcast [@RedefiningCyber]On ITSPmagazine | https://www.itspmagazine.com/itspmagazine-podcast-radio-hosts/sean-martinHost: Marco Ciappelli, Co-Founder at ITSPmagazine [@ITSPmagazine] and Host of Redefining Society PodcastOn ITSPmagazine | https://www.itspmagazine.com/itspmagazine-podcast-radio-hosts/marco-ciappelli_____________________________This Episode's SponsorsBlackCloak
Prestigious Stanford University is in a world of damage control after a federal judge is invited to speak on campus and then ambushed by leftist students and the dean of diversity.
In this episode of the HR Leaders podcast we discuss the 7 Lessons for Managing People in a Recession
#082: In this episode of Beyond the Culture, Dr. Walker speaks with Darryl Jacobs. Darryl is an ESPN Networks College Basketball Analyst. He also serves as the Executive Director of Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Alliance at RISING COACHES. Darryl is a former college basketball head coach--making stops at Queens College, Virginia State, Clark Atlanta, Felician College, and Lehman College.What you will learn in this episode:Darryl discusses his journey as a college basketball coach: how he got into coaching, the rewards of being a coach, and the struggles that comes along with itDarryl shares how by chance he became a sports analyst/commentator and how that led to his current position as a Senior ESPN Networks analystDarryl explains his role as Executive Director for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion for Rising Coaches and the organizations mission of supporting initiatives for women, men, Hispanic, Asian, and Jewish communitiesSUBSCRIBE to the show on Apple Podcasts or YouTube (Dr. David M. Walker) to be notified when new weekly episodes are available. Connect with Darryl JacobsFacebook: Darryl Jacobs ESPN College Basketball AnalystYouTube: ESPN Darryl Jacobs College Basketball Networks AnalystsTwitter: DarrylJacobs04LinkedIn: DarrylJacobs0713Instagram: Darryl Jacobs ESPN Networks College Basketball AnalystWebsite: www.risingcoaches.com/dei-alliance Connect with Dr. WalkerLinkedIn: @drdavidmwalkerFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/drdavidmwalkerInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/drdavidmwalkerTwitter: https://www.twitter.com/drdavidmwalkerYoutube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/drdavidmwalkerSubscribe: https://www.beyondtheculturepodcast.com Leave a comment and a review
Heidi L. Barham, M.Div, CT, CDP® is the Manager of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion for Hospice of the Western where she previously served as a Spiritual Care Coordinator for 13 years. In addition to her position with Hospice of the Western Reserve, she is the pastor of Ledgewood Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) in Novelty, Ohio and adjunct faculty with Indiana Wesleyan University. Prior to joining Hospice of the Western Reserve, Ms. Barham spent 20 years in the financial services industry, working for KeyBank and Fifth Third Bank respectively.
Glory In Diversity - Sam Won by Ebenezer Endiryas
Breaking Barriers, Building a Hire Ground
“To really build in supplier diversity, you have to hit all levels within an organization.” – Cecelia Bolden Cecelia Bolden is an IT executive, business strategist, client relationship expert, and Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion advocate with over 34 years of experience in the information systems industry. She serves as the Chief Development and Diversity Officer of SDI Presence, an IT consultancy and managed services provider that leverages its strong team presence to advance its clients to a secure digital enterprise. In her role, Cecilia leads the development of new, large strategic accounts for SDI Presence. She oversees the organization's financial stability, growth, vision, and direction while working to implement a business strategy that foregrounds DE&I efforts. She worked for Accenture and Oracle prior to joining SDI Presence and holds an Executive MBA from the University of Notre Dame – Mendoza College of Business. Cecilia joins us today to discuss cultivating an ecosystem of diverse suppliers. She describes her professional journey in consulting and her role and responsibilities as SDI Presence's Chief Development & Diversity Officer. She reveals the deficiencies in IT that she sees as an African American woman. She outlines how SDI Presence empowers diverse suppliers and how they work with organizations like Chicago United to build a supplier diversity ecosystem in Chicago. Cecilia also highlights how it's possible to turn business competitors into collaborators and partners and underscores how the integration of commitment, education, and corporate America can create a thriving ecosystem of diverse suppliers. “To really build in supplier diversity, you have to hit all levels within an organization.” – Cecelia Bolden This week on Breaking Barriers: Why Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion is all about intentionality and focus Cecelia's professional journey in consulting and her career at SDI Presence How her work in designing and implementing information systems has informed her leadership in Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion, and supplier diversity Chicago United: its creation and mission Chicago United's “Five Forward” program and how it builds supplier diversity The role of mentorship and apprenticeship programs in cultivating a supplier diversity ecosystem The factors that encourage an ecosystem of diverse suppliers to flourish in the Chicago area SDI Presence's “Three Cs” ethos Collaboration over competition and growth versus fixed mindset in business Enabling diverse suppliers to grow Connect with Cecelia Bolden: SDI Presence LLC SDI Presence on LinkedIn SDI Presence on Instagram SDI Presence on Facebook SDI Presence on Twitter SDI Presence on Vimeo Cecelia Bolden on LinkedIn This podcast is brought to you by Hire Ground Hire Ground is a technology company whose mission is to bridge the wealth gap through access to procurement opportunities. Hire Ground is making the enterprise ecosystem more viable, profitable, and competitive by clearing the path for minority-led, women-led, LGBT-led, and veteran-led small businesses to contribute to the global economy as suppliers to enterprise organizations. For more information on getting started, please visit us @ hireground.io today! If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe and leave a review wherever you get your podcasts. Apple Podcasts | TuneIn | GooglePlay | Stitcher | Spotify Be sure to share your favorite episodes on social media and join us on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.
EPISODE SUMMARY: There is no 'normal' when it comes to the human brain. We all experience the world uniquely and learn, think and communicate in different ways. However, there's a generally accepted range of what's considered ‘typical,' and brain activity outside of that range is considered ‘neurodivergent.' This includes people with conditions like ADHD, autism, dyslexia, OCD, and Tourette's.It's estimated that up to 20% of the U.S. population identifies as neurodivergent.* While this may bring challenges in social, work or school settings, differences can be real strengths. We talk with KC Davis, licensed professional counselor, author of the book How To Keep House While Drowning and host of the podcast Struggle Care as well as Amy Root, Director of Neurodiversity Inclusion at UnitedHealth Group, about their personal journeys as well as what needs to be done to better support thinking differently. HIGHLIGHTS:[08:16] Amy Root and KC Davis discuss why there's increased conversations about neurodivergence, including recent research, advocacy and activism.[14:53] Amy and KC talk about how women and girls are often overlooked when diagnosing neurodivergent conditions and share their personal journeys to diagnoses.RESOURCES:How to Keep House While DrowningHow to do laundry when you're depressed | TED TalkWhat is Struggle Care? — KC DavisNeurodiversity in Cybersecurity – Amy Root - NeuroSec (captivate.fm)GUESTS: Amy Root, Director of Neurodiversity Inclusion at UnitedHealth GroupKC Davis, licensed professional counselor, author of How to Keep House While Drowning and creator of mental health platform and podcast Struggle Care.The views, opinions, endorsements and content expressed in this podcast do not necessarily reflect the views, opinions or policies of Optum.Visit optum.com for more information about how Optum is helping to create a healthier world.
Season 4 Episode 33 | Recorded October 6, 2022 In today's episode, Scott talks to Dan Luthi, of Ignite Spot Accounting Services. Dan shares his story, from his younger days to how he got into accounting. He talks about how his Mormon faith has influenced his desire to help people. Dan also shares his insights on how to avoid issues in business, building good client relationships, and thriving in the industry. He discusses the firm's hard numbers, equity, and they also talk about cloud accounting. Dan advises on how to hire and work with CFOs, build a management team, and be cognizant of diversity in the workplace. Another episode that's sure to bring great value to all firm owners. The intro and the radio from hell Young Dan Building doors When he switched to accounting A little about Dan and his family Being a Mormon and helping people Helping people and accounting Time and hourly contributions Dealing with issues and not pointing the finger Having good clients Scope seep and scope creep Thrival Ignite Spot Firm and Hard numbers Equity at the firm Commitment to the organization App stack Cloud accounting and tax law Bookkeeping, CAAS, tax first, etc. Getting out of tax Leading with Tax and Bookkeeping differences Shifts in the industry CFO services Sales Personnel capacity Forecasting services and tools How to hire CFOs and margins Paying CFOs and working with them Management Team The CEO role Diversity and being cognizant The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly Accounting Podcast All the Shoutouts: Ignite Spot Accounting Services, Ron Baker, Jason Ackerman, CPA, CFP®, CGMA, Jason M. Blumer, CPA, Karbon X, Judah Kosky, Ryan Lazanis, CPA, Xero, Intuit QuickBooks, BILL, Gusto, ADP, Rippling, Dext, Avalara, Ignition, Drake, Kanye, Canopy, Thomson Reuters, Envoy, Divvy, Nikole Mackenzie, Lorilyn Wilson, CPA --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/accountinghigh/message
Have you ever tested the media? Learn about several media representation and diversity tests that offer unique lenses to analyze the media you watch and strengthen your media literacy.. . . .A full transcript of this episode is available in the 10 for Teens + Tweens Ep. 063 show notes on EmpowerfulGirls.com.
Antti Kaarlela is a Finnish screenwriter, producer and a production company CEO. Antti has studied and lived in many different places around the world, including Rome, Italy and New York City, US. Antti set a production company called Whatevergroup in 2011 together with his namesake Antti Kairakari and a fellow entrepreneur Aleksi Puranen and since then Whatevergroup has produced for example the 2022 Oulu International Children and Youth Film Festival winning feature film Roi and the MIPdrama official selection Evilside that will open in Finland on Elisa Viihde Viaplay in October 2023. Antti lives Northern Finnish town of Oulu a mere 100 miles below the Arctic Circle. Antti is a strong believer in Diversity, Equity and Inclusion and these basic values have been the main building blocks of the Whatevergroup mission; to make the world a better place through entertainment.Currently Whatevergroup is in production with a mini series for the Finnish pubcaster YLE. The dramedy mini series entitled Critical point tells the story of a Somali-Finnish young woman who wants to become the best ski jumper in the whole World. The series is planed to open on YLE channels in February 2024.
lWhether we like to admit it or not, the outdoor industry can sometimes feel like an exclusive club. If you didn't grow up camping, hiking, canoeing, or mountain biking, all of the gear, specialized clothing, and different types of footwear can feel cumbersome and overwhelming to say the least. Enter Lindsey Lindemulder and her team at Merrell, industry leaders in the outdoor footwear space, who are actively seeking ways to expand access to the outdoors so that everyone can enjoy the simple power of time spent in nature. As Merrel's Senior Director of Brand Marketing, Lindsey understands the importance of establishing a brand that feels approachable and inclusive, whether you're an experienced hiker or a total novice. In this episode, we talk about representation in the outdoor industry, Merrell's approach to sustainability and their 2025 goals, and answer the question, “when did self-care get so hard?”Show NotesMerrellInside MerrellReport: Inclusivity in the OutdoorsMerrell Launches Collaboration with Painter Jordan Ann Craig (PR Newswire)Sustainability at MerrellMerrell ReTread ProgramKey Words: Merrell, Merrell Footwear, Footwear, Outdoors, Outdoor Industry, Nature, Marketing, Biophilia, Biophilic, Sustainability, Sustainable Design, Recycling, Recycling Program, Inclusivity, Representation, Diversity, Self-Care, Wellness, Recreation
DEI might not include diversity of thoughtI think most people by now are familiar with DEI trainings and what they are supposed to be about. Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, on their face, have an awful lot of merit. In the work I've done with this podcast though, we are seeing far too many instances where these programs are being hijacked by "woke" ideology and an almost militant "anti-racist orthodoxy". Unfortunately, many who are working for the cause of diversity, equity and inclusion, are now ostracized for not "towing the line" as it is defined by the woke and militant. It turns out, DEI might not include diversity of thought.Who is Dr. Tabia Lee? Dr. Tabia Lee, EdD, a founding member of Free Black Thought, has contributed to the design, implementation, and evaluation of numerous educational and professional development programs. Her commitment to teacher education and pedagogical design is grounded in her experience as a lifelong educator and a National Board Certified English, Civics, and Social Studies teacher in urban American public middle schools. Dr. Lee prepares K-12 and higher education faculty to work with diverse students by focusing on better understanding the pedagogical and curricular implications of ideology-in-practice. Learn more about Dr. Lee by getting the full show notes at www.DerateTheHate.comWhat have you done today to make your life a better life? What have you done today to make the world a better place? The world is a better place if we are better people. That begins with each of us leading a better life. Be kind to one another. Be grateful for everything you've got. Make each and every day the day that you want it to be!Please follow The Derate The Hate podcast on:Facebook, MeWe, Instagram, Twitter , TruthSocial, Parler, Rumble, YouTube Subscribe to us wherever you enjoy your audio. Please leave us a rating and feedback. Send me a message on any media platform or subscribe directly from our sites. Let us know about someone you think should be on our podcast. If we book them for a conversation, I'll send you a free gift! Not on social media? You can share your thoughts directly with me at email@example.comI look forward to hearing from you!Please check out our affiliates page by clicking HERE!
Mathis, Ozzy, Jeff, and Matthew discuss life. We cover a plethora of topics including Russian Ukraine War Putin Arrest Warrant Biden, Trump, Desantis Zebra from the Eternal Inferno Monkies Attack Flat Earth
This week, Lucinda is joined by wellness and nutrition specialist Katherine Horstmann, to talk about the most effective ways that we can focus upon our personal wellbeing, and subsequently apply this to the people in our care as HR professionals. KEY TAKEAWAYS Wellbeing and wellness should be staples of the HR conversation, instead of something we need to fight for. The evidence between the things we eat and their effect upon our long term health, mood, and wellbeing is becoming more and more compelling. Food at the desk is in its best form as a smoothie. By pre-preparing these we can ensure that we're getting the optimal amount of vegetables and nutrients in our daily intake. The food education we've been given across the years has largely been debunked, Fat does not make us fat - foods such as avocados are nutritionally beneficial, despite the large amount of calories they contain. BEST MOMENTS 'The conversation needs to be more about why we wouldn't want this on our HR agenda' 'The link between the food we eat and our mood is compelling' 'We have to get to the root cause' 'A lot of my job is undoing the education that we've had' VALUABLE RESOURCES The HR Uprising Podcast | Apple | Spotify | Stitcher The HR Uprising LinkedIn Group How to Prioritise Self-Care (The HR Uprising) How To Be A Change Superhero - by Lucinda Carney HR Uprising Mastermind - https://hruprising.com/mastermind/ www.changesuperhero.com www.hruprising.com Katherine Horstmann - https://www.katherinehorstmann.com ABOUT THE HOST Lucinda Carney is a Business Psychologist with 15 years in Senior Corporate L&D roles and a further 10 as CEO of Actus Software where she worked closely with HR colleagues helping them to solve the same challenges across a huge range of industries. It was this breadth of experience that inspired Lucinda to set up the HR Uprising community to facilitate greater collaboration across HR professionals in different sectors, helping them to ‘rise up' together. “If you look up, you rise up” CONTACT METHOD Join the LinkedIn community - https://www.linkedin.com/groups/13714397/ Email: Lucinda@advancechange.co.uk Linked In: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lucindacarney/ Twitter: @lucindacarney Instagram: @hruprising Facebook: @hruprising HR podcast, The HR Uprising, Diversity, Equality & Inclusion, Learning and Development, Culture & Change: https://hruprising.com/hr-podcasts/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Whew. Lil Nas X and comedian Sampson struggled to read the room this week. If you had to get a tattoo that let everyone know you're a lesbian, what would you get? More positive LGBTQ+ news amongst the mess this week. We dig into Nebraska Sen. Machaela Cavanaugh's 3 week filibuster, Michigan adding LGBTQ+ protections in their discrimination law, and a study on the positive outcomes for children of same sex parents. Shana: Hope Giselle - Trans Activist, Diversity and Inclusion Specialist, author and national organizer. Not only is she out here speaking and writing all about the community - she recently wrote a post called “Why Gay men shouldn't support TRANSMISIC behavior” - From our queer urban dictionary, it is a must read. Follow @hopegiselle on IG Kris: Shelli Nicole for her latest article on Janelle Monae in Architectural Digest - How Janelle Monáe Is Reviving the Harlem Renaissance in Brooklyn. Follow @ayoshelli on IGEmail us for advice at firstname.lastname@example.org or DM on InstagramFollow us @badqueerspod on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram & Tik TokLove our soundtrack? Check out Siena Liggins: @sienaligginsLike us? Love us? Leave a review The opinions expressed during this podcast are conversational in nature and expressed only for comedic purposes. Not all of the facts will be correct but we attempt to be as accurate as possible. BQ Media LLC, the hosts, nor any guest host(s) hold no liability over the conversations on this podcast and by using this podcast you understand that it is solely for entertainment purposes. Copyright Disclaimer: Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, parody, scholarship and research.
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion initiatives have taken over the country, reaching into every aspect of our work, school, and lives. What is "DEI," though? New Discourses founder James Lindsay explains the idea and its history in unprecedented depth in this new series from an in-person workshop in Miami, Florida, breaking down each of the three letters in detail. What we'll find is that it's a contemporary and managerial repackaging of socialism. In this second episode of the series, following from his discussion of equity as (expanded) socialism, Lindsay articulates that "Diversity" initiatives are rooted in the goal of installing ideologically consistent political officers within organizations to effect and enforce policies directed toward achieving equity. These political officers, often called "Diversity Officers," are in fact a rebranding of the older concept of commissars, who enforced socialism in the same way. Understanding Diversity in this regard is relatively easy, but how did we get here in America? The answer is bad judicial interpretation of Civil Rights laws that center "disparate impact" rather than intention as evidence of discrimination. Join James Lindsay as he walks you through the history and philosophy of the Diversity scam. Session 1 - Equity: https://newdiscourses.com/2023/03/marxist-roots-dei-session-1-equity/ Session 3 - Inclusion: Coming Soon! Order James Lindsay's new book, The Marxification of Education: https://amzn.to/3RYZ0tY Support New Discourses: https://newdiscourses.com/support Follow New Discourses on other platforms: https://newdiscourses.com/subscribe Follow James Lindsay: https://linktr.ee/conceptualjames © 2023 New Discourses. All rights reserved. #newdiscourses #jameslindsay #diversity
Negotiate Anything: Negotiation | Persuasion | Influence | Sales | Leadership | Conflict Management
Request A Customized Workshop For Your Company: https://www.americannegotiationinstitute.com/services/workshops/ In this episode, Nadege Minois PhD., Host of the Culture and Inclusion podcast, author, and Vision coach discusses how not to be judgmental about our cultural diversity because this is what truly makes us unique. You'll learn: When it is effective communication. How culture impacts our thoughts and behaviors. Where the challenges lie. We discuss: How these differences can be overcome by self-awareness. Understand your culture first. A simple solution. Nadege's Coaching Vision website https://coaching-vision.com/ Contact Nadege on LinkedIn and get a FREE COPY of her book: "Actioning Inclusion." https://www.linkedin.com/in/nadege-minois-phd/ Podcast; Culture and Inclusion https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-culture-inclusion-podcast/id1617637530 IEASA Conference Masterclass South Africa 2023 https://ieasa-conference.studysa.org/conf_master_class/nadege-minois/ Medium article on Diversity and Inclusion https://medium.com/@nadegeminois/do-we-really-think-diversity-is-important-68ff4eaadb3d Follow Kwame Christian on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kwamechristian/ The Ultimate Negotiation Guide: https://www.americannegotiationinstitute.com/guides/ultimate-negotiation-guide/ Click here to buy your copy of How To Have Difficult Conversations About Race!: https://www.amazon.com/Have-Difficult-Conversations-About-Race/dp/1637741308/ref=pd_%5B%E2%80%A6%5Df0bc9774-7975-448b-bde1-094cab455adb&pd_rd_i=1637741308&psc=1 Click here to buy your copy of Finding Confidence in Conflict: How to Negotiate Anything and Live Your Best Life!: https://www.amazon.com/Finding-Confidence-Conflict-Negotiate-Anything/dp/0578413736/ref=sr_1_1?crid=2PSW69L6ABTK&keywords=finding+confidence+in+conflict&qid=1667317257&qu=eyJxc2MiOiIwLjQyIiwicXNhIjoiMC4xNCIsInFzcCI6IjAuMjMifQ%3D%3D&sprefix=finding+confidence+in+conflic%2Caps%2C69&sr=8-1 Kwame Christian with Nadege Minois.
This edWeb podcast is sponsored by EmbraceRace.The webinar recording can be accessed here.The headlines tell us that in recent years our schools have become a battleground over whether and how to teach our children about race and racism. In EmbraceRace's recent Reflections report, they begin to chronicle the counter-narrative, highlighting the emergence of a multi-sectoral field of learning and practice centered on children's racial learning. The Reflections report provides insights from leading experts in education, parenting, children's media, healthcare, and social science research on the critical work being done in this emerging field, and on what more can be done to teach children about race in healthy, affirming ways. During this edWeb podcast, you learn about why effective guidance and modeling from adults is necessary to help kids overcome the odds of developing racial biases and anxieties and be more prepared to act in ways that help dismantle structural racism. The presenters invite educators to consider how they can join the diverse and growing group of educators, parents, media professionals, healthcare providers, and others who are planting the seeds of healthy racial learning for children across America. In addition, they share ideas and resources for educators who are motivated to help build the field of children's racial learning. This edWeb podcast is of interest to PreK-12 teachers, librarians, and school and district leaders.EmbraceRace Let's raise a generation of children who are thoughtful, informed, and brave about race.Learn more about viewing live edWeb presentations and on-demand recordings, earning CE certificates, and using accessibility features.
You, Me, Empathy: Sharing Our Mental Health Stories
On episode 248 of You, Me, Empathy, Rahimeh Ramezany (she/her) and I explore why we're not going to kindness our way out of injustice, the dangers of being stuck in our desire to be right, and how Rahimeh is advocating for Muslim inclusion and equitable access, and incorporating considerations of religious identity into Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) work. Read the full show notes, including where to connect with Rahimeh, at FeelyHuman.co. Join the Feely Human membership community at FeelyHuman.co/membership.
Cascading Leadership - The Show
Dr. Jim discussed the importance of building equity for Black women in leadership and welcomed a panel of guests to the show. TThe three panelists discussed the role of leadership in advancing black women into leadership roles in sales. Sertrice Grice has a background in industrial organizational psychology, and is passionate about allyship and inclusive behaviors. She and her business partner recently wrote a book called Inclusalytics and are also creating a training course on allyship .Dr. Jim asked Grice why it's important to have a data-driven approach to DEI. Grice explained that collecting data and hearing the employee voice is critical in order to drive DEI strategy, before beginning behavior change interventions. She also emphasized the importance of not just collecting data but also being transparent about it and taking action based on it. This is necessary to avoid the performative space and ensure that employees actually see changes being made.Wesleyne shared that many leaders have a similarity bias and don't look outside the box, industry, or what they know to find people with innate sales skills. Whitney Goins noted that leaders need to create an inclusive and diverse work environment and empower black women to take on leadership roles. She suggested that leaders should also provide mentorship, resources, and support to help black women in the sales field. They concluded that leaders should prioritize creating a culture of inclusion and opportunity for black women in sales if they want to create meaningful change in the industry.Whitnie Goins is a Global DEI Manager for a real estate investment trust company. She has had success in sales and marketing in multiple organizations, but she has always gone beyond the scope of her role to amplify the voices of historically marginalized groups. When she was working in marketing innovation, she noticed an opportunity to educate their commercial organization on how to approach communications during times of communal trauma and horror. This started her transition into DEI, and she loves her work. Her role involves going into offices and organizations to discuss what can be done better to make people feel like they belong and are treated equitably.Timestamps00:03:42Conversation on Leadership and Sales00:05:26Advancing Black Women into Leadership in Sales00:08:27 Benefits of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Initiatives in the Workplace00:11:22The Lack of Representation of Black Women in Leadership Positions00:16:55The Challenges of Advancing Black Women into Leadership00:21:09Exploring Strategies for Elevating Women and Black Women in Leadership00:25:46"Exploring Data to Improve Representation of Underrepresented Groups in the Workplace"00:31:26Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace00:37:36Empathy Training and Allyship00:40:09"Advancing Black Women in Leadership: Key Action Items for Organizations"00:45:12Black Women Leaders in the Workforce: Data and Actions to Drive ChangeMusic Credit: Maarten Schellekens - Riviera Follow us at: www.cascadingleadership.comlinkedin.com/in/drjimklinkedin.com/in/1lawrenceobrown
Stephen Sackur speaks to the hugely successful bookseller James Daunt. From Waterstones to Barnes & Noble he has fought off ebooks and online retail to revive bricks and mortar bookstores. But is the books industry a place where creativity and diversity truly thrive? (Photo: James Daunt in the Hardtalk studio)
In this week's episode I sat down with Milette Millington. Milette is a disability advocate and reporter at Caribbean Life News where she covers disability, as well as local and world news, politics, sports, and entertainment from a Caribbean American perspective. We discuss her research on the impact of COVID on the disabled community in regards to employment, questions we would like to ask employers about the hiring process, the success rate of ableism, and how it cannot just be on the disabled community to fight disability discrimination. Read Milette's Capstone: Working in New York City With a Disability: Nowhere Near Easy Read Milette's articticles published in Caribbean Life HERE Follow Milette On Social Media HERE Follow Me: Instagram: @jill_ilana , @alwayslookingup.podcast Twitter: @jillx3456 Website: https://www.jillianilana.com Email: email@example.com This episode was edited and produced by Ben Curwin
The Power of Owning Your Career Podcast
DEI specialist, coach, and international keynote speaker, Farzana Nayani, joins Simone this week on the podcast. Farzana and Simone have a delightful conversation about the importance of embracing your differences in your career. Farzana says that being authentic has been a game changer for her career. She finds that LinkedIn is a great resource to amplify your voice. They talk about the impetus for both of her published books and what her new book might be about. Find out where Farzana found her success clues. Connect with Farzana at https://www.farzananayani.com/ ↪️Join The After Show Discussion in our LinkedIn Group. ↪️Leave a review https://ratethispodcast.com/driverseat
Part 2 of Pastor Josh McPherson's sermon on Acts Chapter 10.From HR departments across the land to school administrations and legislation, the unholy trinity of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion has become the doctrinal backbone of the new state religion of wokeism—the secular orthodoxy that cannot be questioned or challenged. But the new woke religion is no more than new packaging on the oldest false religion, which started in Genesis 3 when the serpent said, ‘Eat and you can become like God.'In this pull-no-punches sermon, Pastor Josh brings a prophetic word exposing the attractive lie of DEI and unpacking the power of the truly diverse, equitable, and inclusive Gospel of Jesus Christ. Thanks for listening! visit www.gracecitychurch.com for more content.
The Caring Economy with Toby Usnik
Michelle Jordan currently serves as Chief Diversity Officer at AT&T. As the head of all Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DE&I) efforts across the company, Michelle is responsible for strengthening and accelerating the company's efforts to foster an inclusive culture, while integrating diversity practices into all aspects of the business. Previously she served as Vice President, Talent and Leadership Development, heading up talent strategy and AT&T's leadership development and executive experiences. Prior to that as Vice President, Talent Acquisition she led domestic and international talent attraction, recruitment, and staffing efforts for AT&T. Her talents have made an impact on a variety of teams within AT&T including product management, corporate strategy, service management, executive communications, call center sales and college recruitment. Michelle started her career as an Environmental Engineer and previously ran a chemical pilot plant operation where she launched a new line of chemicals. She also has a passion for entrepreneurship, which led to several of her own start-ups and a stint as an adjunct instructor for Atlanta Technical College teaching small business owners. A native of Saginaw, MI, Michelle is a graduate of Florida A&M University, a Historically Black College & University (HBCU), where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering, and Kennesaw State University, where she completed her Master of Business Administration. She resides in Dallas, TX, with her husband and their two sons.
This three-episode mini-series republished a webinar that was recorded by the Easter Vascular Society on important diversity issues in various settings including workplace, academia, training, and education. In this episode, Dr. Julia Glaser will discuss diversity in education and training. Dr. Julia Glaser is an assistant professor of clinical surgery at University of Pennsylvania department of vascular and endovascular surgery. Articles highlighted in episode 3: Discrimination, abuse, harassment, and burnout in surgical residency training by Hu et al. https://doi.org/10.1056/nejmsa1903759 Experiences of gender discrimination and sexual harassment among residents in general surgery programs across the US by Schlick et al. https://doi.org/10.1001/jamasurg.2021.3195 Experiences of LGBTQ+ residents in US general surgery training programs by Heiderscheit et al. https://doi.org/10.1001/jamasurg.2021.5246 Learn more about us at www.audiblebleeding.com and provide us with your feedback via our listener survey.
It's the three-year anniversary of 15 days to slow the spread. Unfortunately, it's not a time for celebration either. That moment began a spiral of events that is sending America down the road of a second Great Depression. Jesse Kelly explains how Democrats AND Republicans both contributed to the coming economic demise. Diversity is at the center of it as well. Dave Rubin joins Jesse to break down Gavin Newsom's role in the failure of Silicon Valley Bank. Plus, appearances from Tudor Dixon and Asra Nomani.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Bishop Robert Brennan leads the most diverse diocese in the country: Brooklyn-Queens. Every Sunday, you are able to find Mass in over 25 languages throughout the diocese. Before coming to Brooklyn, Bishop Brennan was bishop of Columbus, Ohio (Zac's hometown). This week, we talk to Bishop Brennan about the differences between Ohio and Brooklyn, what it's like to switch dioceses as a bishop and the future of parish life in an era of church closings and reorganization. In Signs of the Times, Ashley and Zac look at St. Patrick's Day dispensations around the country and a new “cannabis studies” certificate offered by St. Joseph's University in Philadelphia. Links from the show: Bishop Brennan Podcast: Big City Catholics St. Joseph's University has a cannabis certificate program, and some Catholics aren't pleased When St. Patrick's Day falls on a Friday in Lent, should we eat the corned beef? Jesuitical March Madness: Facebook What's on tap? Scotch! (We have a St. Patrick's Day dispensation ourselves) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The John Maxwell Leadership Podcast
Today we have a special episode that you, our listeners, requested! We got so much great feedback from you last month about our episode with our very own Thought Leader, Jeff Henderson, that we're bringing in another Thought Leader to teach this week's lesson. In fact, today, we have Tim Elmore, to talk about the difference between guard dogs and guide dogs and how the best leaders are those who go first. By leading the way and confronting risks head-on, leaders can create space for progress and stability for their collaborators and organizations. You'll also learn how going first creates honesty, trust, and transparency. Our BONUS resource for this episode is the “Leaders Go First Worksheet,” which includes fill-in-the-blank notes from Tim's teaching. You can download the worksheet by visiting MaxwellPodcast.com/GoFirst and clicking “Download the Bonus Resource.” References: Watch this episode on YouTube! A New Kind of Diversity by Tim Elmore Growing Leaders Sign up for the Maxwell Leadership Growth Plan Shop the Maxwell Leadership Online Store
The Rich Zeoli Show- Hour 3: The Drive at 5: Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot loses her bid for reelection. PLUS Dr. Wilfred Reilly—Professor of Political Science at Kentucky State University & Author of “Taboo: 10 Facts You Can't Talk About”—joins The Rich Zeoli Show to discuss Stanford Associate Dean of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Tirien Steinbach interrupting a speech being given by Judge Kyle Duncan, a Trump-appointed judge serving on the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals. Steinbach claimed of Judge Duncan's guest lecture, “for many people at the law school…your advocacy, your opinions from the bench, land as absolute disenfranchisement of their rights.” What is happening on college campuses? James O'Keefe joins The Rich Zeoli Show to announce t