On this episode of DNVR Bets Daily, Andre Simone and Ryan Koenigsberg get you ready for a big Monday Night Football matchup with their second pick draft for all the best props and bets for tonight.
The season is upon us! For this year's season preview - Brian and Mike snake draft their way through the Brooklyn Nets roster, pitting themselves against each other. And as they do, preview each Nets players' potential season ahead including what to expect from Kyrie Irving. If you want to follow along the draft, dive into our YouTube where there is a visual accompaniment. Also - smush that follow and subscribe! A lot of fun stuff will be on there this season. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts Theathletic.com/glueguys to get a special deal for a subscription to The Athletic Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Sam Black covers GW on this weeks Midnight Hunt #Draft #Podcast. Follow Sam:Twitter: https://twitter.com/SamuelHBlackTwitch: https://www.twitch.tv/samuelhblack Like the show on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DraftingArchetypes Support
Rafael Barlowe from NBAdraftjunkies.com discusses the recent history of French prospects not living up to their draft position. Outside of Joakim Noah, the most successful French players were all drafted 20th or later. Rudy Gobert, Nic Batum, Evan Fournier, Boris Diaw and the great Tony Parker were late first round picks that outplayed their draft position. France has a few prospects coming down the pipeline that will be projected as lottery picks, should NBA team be concerned? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
During this off week, Doug Lesmerises, Nathan Baird and Stephen Means are resetting the best Buckeyes so far this season.They draft the 15 best offensive players so far this season, based on how well they think they'll play the rest of this year, and the 15 best defensive players. It's a comprehensive look at the 30 best players on the team for 5-1 Ohio State.Briefly off the top, Doug talks about former Buckeye Devan Bogard, who died this week at age 27 in an apartment fire.Thanks for listening to Buckeye Talk. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Ep. 4 - Paul Calvisi takes us back to 1997 when the Arizona Cardinals took a chance on local ASU legend Jake Plummer. Going into the NFL Draft, the Cardinals needed more than a franchise quarterback, they needed an identity. This is the story of how Jake 'The Snake' brought a new energy to the Cardinals and delivered a playoff appearance in just his second NFL season.
Ep. 4 - Paul Calvisi takes us back to 1997 when the Arizona Cardinals took a chance on local ASU legend Jake Plummer. Going into the NFL Draft, the Cardinals needed more than a franchise quarterback, they needed an identity. This is the story of how Jake 'The Snake' brought a new energy to the Cardinals and delivered a playoff appearance in just his second NFL season.
Heyyyy Jude (maybe we have a listener named Jude) and other listeners! This week we're trying to put together the best album we can for you to listen to, but we're only looking for songs that have a person's name in the title. Think My Sharona or Annie's Song. We added a little more difficulty to ourselves by blocking picks both by artist and by letter - so if somebody drafted My Sharona, nobody else could take any other song where the name in the title starts with an S. What did we come up with under these limitations? Listen in and let us know which album you'd most like to listen to! Vote for the winner on Spotify! Time Codes: 3:17 Topic Intro 8:42 The Draft 58:04 The Second Half 1:19:20 Recap and Alternates Callbacks to Previous Episodes: 53: Creating Music Festivals Featuring Fictional Musicians from Movies and TV Shows 28: Celebrating Spring Training by Drafting Fictional Baseball Players 5: Time Travelling to Watch Concerts Live (Bill & Ted Face the Music) Social Media: Twitter Facebook Instagram Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/whatsondraft/message
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Jedi and Johnholio are back with another draft walk through this time with the second iteration of Revelations having the eternal packs going 1,4 and the Revelations packs 2,3. We also talk a bit about the competitive scene while giving shout outs galore! Twitter - EJthePodcast YouTube - EternalJourney Twitch.tv/Jedi_EJ Discord: https://discord.gg/hzakRbN
We draft Head to Head the BEST DYNASTY ROSTERS in CoD! Then debate HOT QUESTIONS in CoD! OpTic Dallas' potential problems, Scump's...last season?, snipers in SnD, Jetpacks, and more! It's a wild fun episode filled with spicy debate! And a winner is crowned! ◾ Intro - 00:00 ◾ News of the Week - 4:02 - Skrapz Retiring!? // Silly confirms Challengers // Revan & NYSL // Felo...Dallas??? // Mindfreak // Kraken vs Mutineers // Warzone Ranked mode...you gotta be kidding me // LA Thieves vs OpTic's biggest problems // Mario ◾ DYNASTY DRAFT - 27:26 - Head to head dynasty draft! Drafting the best and brightest young stars in the CDL! We have to build the best squad of dynasty draft picks! ◾ SPICIEST CoD Questions we ALL Want to Ask - 53:30 - We compete head to head to earn points answering the hottest topic competitive cod questions! Jetpacks // Snipers in SnD.. // GA's // Scump..retiring // Control // Franchising // CoD Game ◾ Will keyboard and mouse ever be allowed in competitive cod? - Intelligent or Irrelevant - 01:20:00 The Best of 3 CoD Esports Podcasts covers and its hosts Josh "SalvationsElite," Rex "ShadyNero," and Sam "Bash" cover all things Call of Duty Esports in regards to the Call of Duty League, CoD Cold War, CoD League news, updates, predictions, breakdowns, summaries, game patches, meta, gameplay, gamebattles, competitive gaming, the news of the official CoD League with all the pro teams like the Dallas Empire, Seattle Surge, OpTic Chicago, Atlanta FaZe, LA Thieves, Minnesota Rokkr, NY Subliners, London Royal Ravens, Florida Mutineers, the LA Guerillas, Toronto Ultra and the Paris Legion! We do predictions and breaking news, updates, roster changes rostermania, free agency, trades, with players like Scump, Crimsix, Simp, Huke, Dashy, Skrapz, Octane, Abezy, Gunless, Arcitys, FormaL, ILLeY, Shotzzy, Prestinni, Clayster, Cellium, Priestahh, Attach, Temp, and others! We are the Best of 3 Call of Duty Esports Podcast! -CONNECT- YOUTUBE Watch on YouTube HERE (https://www.youtube.com/salvationselite) TWITTER Follow Josh “SalvationsElite” - https://twitter.com/SalvationsElite Follow Rex “ShadyNero” - https://twitter.com/ShadyNero Follow Sam “Bash_Bo3” - https://twitter.com/Bash_BO3 PODCAST The Best of 3 CoD Esports Podcast is available on YouTube, Spotify, and Apple Podcasts and will be coming to more apps soon! Links here: APPLE: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-best-of-3-cod-esports-podcast/id1490028421 SPOTIFY https://open.spotify.com/show/7jgzkfT6uc7wyU2L4UCh0B?si=Z6XhfUCcQ2exwOgyjfJFDA ---------------- SALVATIONSELITE SOCIALS The DISCORD CoD Community Server! Join for community tourneys, live streams, finding teammates and more! https://discord.gg/wJh6BCC TWITTER -- https://twitter.com/salvationselite INSTAGRAM -- https://www.instagram.com/josh.roeloffs/ TWITCH -- https://www.twitch.tv/salvationselite DISCORD -- https://discord.gg/wJh6BCC #TheBestOf3Podcast #CoDEsports #CallofDutyLeague #podcast #CallofDuty #Esports #CoDPodcast #EsportsPodcast #CallofDutyEsports #CompetitiveCoD
High stakes limited play is back with the opening day drafts at the World Championship! Ben & Ethan break down the two featured drafters, PVDDR and Seth Manfield, and go pick by pick in their two difficult seats! PVDDR: https://magicprotools.com/draft/show?id=sN9NGcXduyr6zNYUKWrOIf9uH-w Seth: https://magicprotools.com/draft/show?id=yRCun5IyEgAk_OPecwKQjSeffiQ Between Packs: https://imgur.com/a/HekvYlC
Kinsella on Liberty Podcast, Episode 359. From the recently-concluded Fifteenth Annual (2021) Meeting of the PFS, Bodrum, Turkey (Sept. 16–21, 2021). For others, see the links in the Program, or the PFS YouTube channel, including the growing PFS 2021 YouTube Playlist. Additional media of the proceedings will be released presently. https://youtu.be/hPPC9OfzHgI For a similar talk, see KOL345 | Kinsella's Libertarian “Constitution” or: State Constitutions vs. the Libertarian Private Law Code (PorcFest 2021). My notes are below: State Constitutions vs. The Libertarian Private Law Code Notes Stephan Kinsella Property and Freedom Society Annual Meeting Sep. 19, 2021 – Bodrum, Turkey Joke: I've prepared a libertarian constitution, and I hope to cover as much of its 18 parts and 45 pages as possible in the next half hour. Part I, Section A, Subsection 1: “Definitions.” Just kidding. I'm not going to read it. I haven't even finished it yet. My wife said “is this what you geeks think is funny?” I said we'll see. Half of them may be relieved, but some of them will be saying “Oh damn, I wanted to hear a Libertarian Constitution read to me.” Tell Hoppe Porcfest choking joke. I'm going to talk about the idea of constitutions and libertarianism—whether the idea makes sense at all. Since I've been a libertarian in the early 1980s, I've seen various utopian libertarian projects, many of them scams, most of them failures— cruise ship nations, now seasteading (Blueseed); Oceania—The Atlantis Project Same people: Project Lifeboat: “From the people who brought you the Oceania project so many years ago comes the Lifeboat project. An attempt to create a spaceship for the purposes of saving the human race from the singularity predicted by Vernor Vinge.” crazy guys homesteading abandoned oil rigs and declaring sovereignty; private justice, arbitration, and common law groups; The “Creative Common Law” project (Jamin Hubner), an anarcho-capitalist project in which I was enlisted as an advisor, only for it to later turn from “Creative Common Law 1.0: Anarcho-Capitalism” to “Creative Common Law 2.0: Anarcho-Socialism/Syndicalism” Always be wary of “Waystation libertarians” Tom Bell's “Ulex,” or “Open Source Legal Operating System”; LiberLand, which I helped draft an early constitution for see “The Voluntaryist Constitution” Galt's Gulch Chile, a scam that ended in disaster; the Honduras special economic zones; General Governance (David Johnston), the idea of leveraging Indian tribes' special status to extend their federal tax-free enclaves or zones; even the Free State Project National Constitution Center's “The Libertarian Constitution” Roderick Long's “Imagineering Freedom: A Constitution of Liberty Part I: Between Anarchy and Limited Government” and Michael Darby's “Draft Constitution for a Reviving or New Nation,” both at http://freenation.org/a/ Dennis Pratt https://www.quora.com/What-would-a-libertarian-bill-of-rights-look-like/answer/Dennis-Pratt-3 Siegen, Bernard H. (1994) Drafting a Constitution for a Nation or Republic Emerging into Freedom. 2d ed. Fairfax, Virginia: George Mason University Press. I've been dragooned into helping some of these as consultant or advisor— General Governance, we met with Indian tribe north of Texas; now you get a 404, as David Johnston moved on to bitcoin, after assuring me that within 6 months we'll have a libertarian nation. Joel Bomgar, a libertarian-leaning conservative Christian businessman and Mississippi legislator. LiberLand (swam with Wit Jedlicka, the president, in Turkey) Mediterranean sea. Others I've forgotten. Often these projects involve the drafting of a new “Constitution” or some similar code or legal document. Why do we even use the word “Constitution”? The modern libertarian movement originated in the US in the 1950s with the work of Ayn Rand,
Linda is a speaker, author, and coach who focuses on authenticity as a way to help small business owners take their next best step. Some of the projects and organizations she's worked with include Kimpton hotels & restaurants, Jamba Juice, and Disney. Key Takeaways The key qualities to be authentic in a business; Transparency, honesty, originality, and being real.How authenticity reflects in business “Your Brand is your outward-facing personality”Building Credibility in business to attract more clients and do well in the market.How to survive copying competitors - What matters is the whole experience the customer has in your company.Hiring people that will carry the same Authentic Torch; Drafting job descriptions that describe the cultural vibe of your company. Why authenticity matters to customers - They get to see what the company is all about, which simplifies their choice making.Key points to help companies train their employees to be more authentic Connect with Linda. Website - https://lindabasso.com/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/LindaBassoCoaching Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/lindabassocoaching/ LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/lindabasso/
Fuad and Elias are back with another edition of 3 in the Key! The fellas have promised an episode on fantasy basketball and here it is. The guys discuss drafting in an NBA fantasy draft and where they think the best slot is to pick. What their strategies are going into the draft as well as the season, waiver-wire pickups, as well as other useful tips.
Hello listeners! With the news dropping recently that there is going to be a new Super Mario movie with the obviously very Italian Chris Pratt as Mario we started thinking about what other video games could be put to film. The history of video game adaptations is full of failures and some mediocre to fun films, so it's not an easy task. Who did we think was up to the challenge and what video games will they be adapting? Listen in and let us know what you think about our picks and what other games or directors we should have considered! Time Codes: 18:31 Topic Intro 22:44 The Draft 1:25:29 The Second Half 2:12:35 Recap and Alternates Callbacks to Previous Episodes: 56: Creating Season 4 of True Detective 41: Drafting the Greatest TV Commercials of All Time (and Having Our Picks Judged by a Marketer) 19: Drafting New Challengers to Appear in Super Smash Brothers Social Media: Twitter - Vote here! Facebook - Vote here! Instagram Email us at email@example.com! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/whatsondraft/message
Today on the show Adham, Jeff, and Kennedy debate on if the Lions regret drafting Justin Fields or if they made the right move picking Penei Sewell. Plus: Thursday Night Football Preview: Rams vs SeahawksPackers Finalize Deal With Jaylon SmithListen Live on FB, YouTube and TwitterFollow The Woodward Sports Network!Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/woodwardspo...Twitter: https://twitter.com/woodwardsportsFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/WoodwardSports/Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/woodwardsportsTikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@woodwardsport...Watch our Shows Live on Youtube, Facebook & TwitterThe Morning Woodward Show | Monday - Friday 8am-10am Big D Energy | Monday - Friday 11am-1pmThe Bottom Line | Monday - Friday 3pm-5pm
Drafting players based on analytics and combine results? Nah, Sean and Katie have found their own method of analyzing the draft class. This week we evaluate every grin, smirk, polite and toothy smile to see who rises to the top of the 2020 and 2021 draft class. Listen in and see how far your favourite prospect's smile will take them. We have joined Patreon folks! Come join the family and receive ad free episodes, discord access, a special shoutout and even more goodness: https://www.patreon.com/uhhbasketball Follow @UhhBasketball on Twitter! Also while you are it make sure you follow our hosts @woodleysean & @wtevs. If you enjoyed today's show, please rate Uhh, Basketball 5-Stars on Apple Podcasts. See you next week for an all new episode!
Shawnna Sumaoang: Hi, and welcome to the Sales Enablement PRO podcast, I’m Shawnna Sumaoang. Sales enablement is a constantly evolving space, and we’re here to help professionals stay up to date on the latest trends and best practices so that they can be more effective in their jobs. Today, I’m excited to have Nina LaRouche from Salesforce join us. Nina, I would love for you to introduce yourself, your role, and your organization to our audience. Nina LaRouche: Thanks, Shawnna. Again, my name is Nina LaRouche, and I actually currently support our account executives in what we call our mastery enablement programs, or in other words, our continuous learning. This is for our .org sellers, so those are the ones specifically serving our education and non-profit verticals. I’ve actually been in the enablement space, I would say in a formal capacity, since 2014. I actually spent about 15 years in a selling capacity, which was after I started my career as a high school science teacher. I’ve always had a passion for learning and development, and I love solving problems and building things, so this is why sales enablement is such a perfect fit for me. It truly is my dream job. SS: Absolutely it sounds like a fantastic fit Nina. Thank you so much for joining us today. Now, you recently posted a video on LinkedIn detailing your process that you use when working cross-functionally with teams to design a learning experience, which is obviously something many practitioners need to do within their organization. You called it the Learning Brief. Can you share with our audience what the Learning Brief is and how it encourages that internal alignment while delivering programs at scale? NL: Absolutely. As you mentioned, the Learning Brief really is an alignment and design tool that I’ve used for several years now. It actually has evolved over time. It really helps to templatize the learning design process so that we can move faster and it creates transparency between our cross-functional teams, our key stakeholders, our subject matter experts. This essentially has become my source of truth for anything related to the learning experience that we are building. It actually includes some basic information about the learning experience. It talks about the topic, the target, and secondary learning audiences. Obviously, if it’s a live session, it’ll be focused on the date and time of that live session or information about the course and delivery mechanisms. Now, one of the most important elements of the learning brief is the alignment around learning objectives and then the measures of success. One of the first things that I always ask when I’m designing learning is what do we want our learners to do or to say that’s different than today? Then my follow-up question is always, how will we know when they can do that? That's at the essence of designing those learning objectives, which I think is really important when you’re first starting to design learning. Other things in the Learning Brief, I also began collecting assets that were going to help in development of the content or the course. This could be internal assets, external assets, anything really that might be helpful as we start to design. This is also where I start to draft the actual learning experience. In some cases, this is a single moment. It might be one course or one live session, but in many cases, it’s multiple touchpoints. For example, we were recently doing some training around LinkedIn Sales Navigator and there were four learning, what I call, moments. There was the pre-learning, this was communications to the users. Some of our users didn’t have accounts, some of them did, so there was a communication stream there. We also created a sales guide to help our sellers optimize their LinkedIn profile. That was the second moment. The third step was really where we think about the traditional learning, which is where we built and assigned a course to our learners to prepare them for the actual live session. The last piece was a workshop that we hosted. In the Learning Brief, I actually outline that draft and iterate on that as we continue the development process. Now, I think any program has probably a communication stream that rolls around it for most of our big programs, so that would be outlined in that Learning Brief as well. Drafting those communications. When are they going out? Who’s sending them. What channel are they going through? I would say finally, and this might be the most important part of the Learning Brief, is creating a work back plan. Understanding what those key deliverables are, who owns it, what the dependencies are. This document is, like I said, a shared resource between myself and any other content contributors, as well as our key stakeholders, so that we can all stay aligned from the very start of the design through delivery. SS: I think that’s fantastic. Nina, in your opinion, what are some of the key components of an effective learning experience for reps? NL: That is such a great question. For me, as an enablement practitioner and somebody who’s been in the learning space for a long time, I really think about learning as a journey. It’s not a destination, it’s not an event. One of the books that I’ve recently read is by Laura Fletcher and Sharon Boller, and they talk about the four stages of learning. First, preparing to learn, second, acquiring knowledge or skills, third, building memory practice, and then fourth, sustain and grow. I think all of these pieces are critical when you think about really designing effective learning experiences. I think oftentimes as practitioners, we focus really heavily on stage two, acquiring knowledge and skills. When we’re doing really well, we might also hit on the practical application, which is that step three. More often than not, we miss stages one and four. To me, my job is to really help sellers change their behavior. Let’s face it, change is hard. You have to be really, really intentional about how you design learning. Stage one is important because we can’t force learning to happen. Our learners need to understand why they need to learn this information and they need to be receptive to the learning. Stage three, I think is probably the most important step in the journey, and this is where we actually get reps to demonstrate that they can do what it is that we’re asking them to do. Stage four really is about maintaining all of those great behaviors over time and continuing to sharpen their saw. I think when you’re thinking about effective learning design, you’ve got to focus in on all four things, especially when there’s limited learner attention or time. When this is done really effectively, this is what creates the best learning outcomes. SS: I think those are fantastic stages when it comes to a learning experience. Now, you also wrote an article on LinkedIn where you discussed some ways to engage reps in pure learning. I think a lot of sales enablement practitioners would love to be able to incorporate that into learning experiences for their teams. In your experience, what is the value of peer to peer learning and how can practitioners foster a peer learning experience within a virtual environment? NL: Yeah, another really great question, especially in this time of virtual learning. I think there’s nothing more powerful than reps learning from other reps. They really value getting that information and getting those best practices from other people who are walking in their shoes. That’s really why this is so important. Peers have a natural credibility. The same information I could share as an enablement practitioner or potentially a subject matter expert, but when it comes from a peer, it is absolutely more readily accepted by the end learner. That’s why I think this is such a critical piece to include in any program. I’ve used peer learning groups in a few different ways throughout my career. In the article that you mentioned, which I wrote a few years ago, we actually created what we called thought partner groups. These were in groups of two to three sellers across different teams and each month we would actually give them suggested topics to discuss. Those could be a variety of things from operational processes, seller tips, a number of things. This was really helpful because they not only got to partner with other people that maybe they didn’t get to work with on a regular basis because they weren’t on their same team, but it gave them a chance to really showcase what they knew for other sellers. I tried to partner folks together that were maybe less experienced with more experienced to bring in those different perspectives. I’ve also helped facilitate account executive mentor programs where you can, again, partner together someone who’s maybe less tenured with someone who’s more tenured. You could also pair people together maybe in a career path progression. For example, here at Salesforce, we have different segments. For example, you could partner a small business rep with a mid-market rep and that way they can start to learn what things are different as they progress in their career. These mentor programs can be informal or structured, it really just depends on what your sellers are looking for. Now of course, probably the most recent way I’ve used peer groups is for our learning workshops. We have live virtual workshops and in those workshops we create small peer learning groups. This could be anything from four to six, maybe eight, you wouldn’t want to get any larger than that. In these workshops, we then push those peer groups into breakouts. Whether you’re using zoom or Google meet or whatever your platform is, we push them into breakouts and have them complete some learning activity. This could be a role play, it could be a pitch, it could be just a discussion. It could be all kinds of different things, but in that exercise, everyone has a chance to participate. Everyone’s taking an active role in learning and potentially in providing feedback if it’s a pitch of role play. I think creating peer groups in a virtual environment is probably more important than it used to be when we were all in person. This provides an opportunity for that natural exchange of knowledge and skills that just wouldn’t happen otherwise since we’re all remote now. SS: Yeah, I absolutely agree. I love your approach to peer learning. Now, I think many sales enablement practitioners are, especially as we approach the end of the year, are deeply thinking about how to look at particular metrics for any of their given programs. You recently did a webinar where you shared insights into how you’re looking at training metrics to ensure that your programs are helping to move the needle. What are some of the key metrics that practitioners should be tracking to measure the success of their training programs? NL: Yeah, such a great question. I think at the end of the day, we all want to make sure that our programs are moving the needle. When I think about metrics, one of the things that’s really important to understand is that the metrics that you’re tracking are directly related to the maturity of your program. I've literally walked into situations where there were existing programs and they weren’t really measuring anything, not even the baseline metrics of say attendance or course completion. You’ve got to start somewhere, and so think about where you are in the maturity of your programs and really where you want to take them to the next level. Anytime I’m thinking about learning metrics, I always use the Kirkpatrick’s model for evaluating learning, which starts at level one, which is learner satisfaction. In other words, was the training or enablement program useful? How relevant was it? I tried to avoid asking questions like, did they like it? Yeah, it’s great if they like it, but it really doesn’t help determine if it was effective. Again, more about was it useful or how relevant was it to their goal. Level two in Kirkpatrick is really about measuring the actual change in knowledge or skill. This could be accomplished through a quiz; it could be through some type of practical application or exercise. I mentioned before, a role play or a stand and deliver, those are good ways to measure a change in skill. Then you get to level three, level three is about really measuring the actual desired behavior. This could be a number of things. It could be the number of meetings that have been set it could be how many opportunities were created, how many demos were completed. These are all great measures of that actual behavior that we’re trying to promote through the enablement program. Then of course, level four, which is sort of the pinnacle of Kirkpatrick, is really where we start to tie enablement to the business impact by measuring things like, how did it impact deal size or win rate or deal velocity or in the case of onboarding, how did we impact new hire ramp? In general, I would say that for most practitioners, getting to level three is pretty good. Obviously, level four is what we’re all striving for, but to be honest, I don’t see a ton of organizations that actually get there, especially if you have a long sales cycle. It’s just a little bit more difficult to tie those things together, but that’s absolutely what we’re striving for when we’re looking for enablement metrics is how are we actually impacting the business. SS: I think that’s fantastic. Now, as a closing question for you, how do you use metrics to communicate and demonstrate the impact of learning programs back up into your stakeholders? NL: Yeah. We just talked about the different levels of metrics. One of the things that we have done for some of our programs, we’ve created Tableau dashboards using Salesforce to show some of those level one metrics that our leaders are using to help drive accountability in the enablement programs. This is something that we update pretty regularly as soon as courses or sessions are released. Now, something else that we’ve been using for a while is what we call an enablement scorecard. This is something that we create internally with our enablement team, and this really helps us align on those key metrics that we’re measuring, and then also helps us to identify any adjustments that we might need to make to our programs to improve them even further. What we do is we create a bi-monthly slide deck. This is the format that it takes, and we review that together as a team so that we can ask questions, we can seek input from our counterparts. The scorecard is made up of two parts. It includes what we call the executive summary, which is a simple red, yellow, green indicator on the health of the program based on our key metrics for that program. Then it has the more program details, which each program owner actually then creates their own view of their program. Right now, as I mentioned, we produce the scorecard as a slide deck, so each program owner would have their slide that they can highlight the specific metrics that are key for their program. Then we actually publish that scorecard out to our key stakeholders, our collaborators to help show the impact of our programs and to have ultimate transparency in what we’re building for our learners. SS: Thank you so much for joining us today, I learned a ton from you. To our audience, thanks for listening. for more insights, tips, and expertise from sales enablement leaders, visit salesenablement.pro. If there’s something you’d like to share or a topic you’d like to learn more about, please let us know. We’d love to hear from you.
Hello listeners; here at What's On Draft we were fans of Norm Macdonald's work and were, of course, surprised and saddened to learn of his death (we didn't even know he was sick!) Since we were already thinking about Norm it got us onto a broader discussion of stand-up comedy so we decided to take it to the podcast. This week we're each drafting five of our favorite stand-up comedians (dead or alive) to fill a show. Which line-up would you most want to catch at the comedy club? Listen in and let us know, and if you have any favorite Norm bits we didn't mention at the top of the show we'd love to hear them too. Time Codes: 11:14 Topic Intro 12:57 The Draft 1:06:30 The Second Half 1:37:22 Recap and Alternates Callbacks to Previous Episodes: 49: Celebrating Conan O'Brien by Drafting His Best Remote Segments 47: Drafting Toppings for New Pizza Restaurants 43: Reimagining Non-Musical Movies Into Musicals 6: Casting Actors He's Never Worked With for Christopher Nolan's Next Movie (Tenet) Social Media: Twitter - Vote here! Facebook - Vote here! Instagram Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/whatsondraft/message
Throwing darts is a classic pub game. In recent years, some Washington bars have been trying to offer a new activity: axe throwing. The Washington Liquor and Cannabis board is about to weigh in.
With so much talk about shots these days, we decide to take a look at shots that everyone loves... I guess. Anyway, here's what we think are the best shots money can or cannot buy. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lukespodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lukespodcast/support
Learn about the circumstances leading to the drafting and ratification of the Articles of Confederation. You can't really understand America and the Constitution without understanding the Articles. Also check out PatriotWeek.org, Judge Warren's book at www.AmericasSurvivalGuide.com, and the Save our Republic! video series on Patriot Week's YouTube Channel. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/michael-warren9/support
On this episode of The Sick Podcast, Tony Marinaro discusses whether the Montreal Canadiens have a harder time with drafting or developing players. Don't forget to follow The Sick Podcast on iHeartRadio, Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, and all other podcast platforms!
This week on Drafting Archetypes #MTG pro Sam Black covers blue white in the new draft format. Follow Sam:Twitter: https://twitter.com/SamuelHBlackTwitch: https://www.twitch.tv/samuelhblack
Jim: Ah, hey. Pam: Oh my God. Jim: Hi. Pam: Hi. Jim: Sorry, I forgot Kevin's extension. It's a fantasy football thing. This week we dedicate the entire episodes to a listener-submitted draft concept where we each build our own fantasy office. We must fill 11(!) roles with different characters from the show, but the inspiration and purpose of that office staff is up to each host. They say no man is an island. False! We are an island and this island is volcanic. And it is about to erupt, with the molten hot lava of strategy. Match with a licensed therapist when you go to talkspace.com and get $100 off your first month with the promo code SCOTT Support our show and become a member of Scott's Tots on Patreon! For only $5/month, Tots get ad-free episodes plus exclusive access to our monthly Mailbag episodes where we casually pick through every single message/question/comment we receive. On top of that, a portion of all show proceeds are donated every month to organizations that help fund education opportunities for minority students. Help us accomplish the mission that Michael Scott could not. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
It's another bit of geeking out combined with a draft, hey alright we finally got one! It's one of a different breed and unfortunately we don't get through it (despite the length of the episode), BUT we do get to dive into some thoughts about it AND an update from both CYL divisions. Yes, of course we give out those Start/Sit things we liked to do, along with our Start and Sit of the Week in TRM for the Premiership. Have a cold one and let's get to it! Keep your eyes and ears peeled for our Patreon subscriptions! Aiming for this week, gods help us. In the meantime, ask us questions via Twitter: Jarrod- jdyke8man & Ben- admrablsnackbar, and #AskTFRY. Send us your thoughts for the show and questions for upcoming shows via e-mail email@example.com. Of course we welcome feedback via e-mail, twitter or by rating/reviewing the pod on Apple Podcast.
This week on Drafting Archetypes #MTG Pro Sam Black gives an overview of #MTGMID Follow Sam:Twitter: https://twitter.com/SamuelHBlackTwitch: https://www.twitch.tv/samuelhblack Like the show
It's getting cold outside, the days are getting shorter and the leaves are falling fast, which can only mean one thing - It's Draft Season!!!! Kicking off our biggest ever draft, we've got an eight-man panel of Specs, Poet, Margs, Loons, Tego and draft debuts for Lippy, Miles and PK Humble selecting their Premier League teams from this season's available players.
The DBR Podcast crew is doing a draft. Donald, Jason, and Sam are picking the best Blue Devils of all time to form an 8-man team. Of course guys like Zion Williamson, Shane Battier, JJ Redick, Grant Hill, and Christian Laettner all get picked. But what happens when we each get to the 7th and 8th men on our teams? That's when things get a little bit crazy. And, as a special bonus, this is the podcast where all of you get to participate and help us pick a winner. Go to the DBR Forums and vote on which of our teams is the best. Here is the URL so you can pick Jason's Team, or Sam's Team, or Donald's Team: https://forums.dukebasketballreport.com/forums/showthread.php?46836-Vote-for-the-best-team-of-Dukies-of-all-time!&p=1399194#post1399194 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
RotoViz Overtime is powered by RotoViz Radio. IT'S OVERTIME In this edition, Shawn and Colm discuss players they feel they may not be drafting enough of that may come back to haunt them at the season's conclusion. They also answer a number of listener strategy and roster-building questions. Players discussed include Robert Woods and Adam Thielen. HOSTS Colm Kelly (@OvertimeIreland) – Executive Producer of RotoViz Radio Shawn Siegele (@FF_Contrarian) – RotoViz Co-Owner SPONSORS RotoViz - RotoViz Radio listeners can save 10% off of a 1-year RotoViz subscription at RotoViz.com/podcast or by applying the discount code 'rvradio2021' at checkout. SHOW NOTES Email: RotoVizRadio@gmail.com Twitter: @RotoVizOvertime Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
We're headed into the home stretch as we finish all our fantasy football drafts! Labor Day Weekend will be a *huge* one for drafts, and we've gotta get you ready with some running backs, wide receivers, tight ends and quarterbacks you can consider selecting in your double-digit rounds. You can benefit from our experience: we've done a whole lot of drafts already, and we can tell you some of the players *we* wind up taking over and over. Guest: Jake Ciely from The Athletic. NOTES: Sponsor - www.FelixGrayGlasses.com/harris for stylish prescription or non-prescription glasses that will cut down on eye strain from too much screen time Sponsor - www.DynastyOwner.com/harris for a cool dynasty fantasy format the uses real-life player salaries for its salary cap Sponsor - www.DraftKings.com code HARRIS for a free contest with your initial deposit to play our favorite DFS games, including our weekly listener contest Follow Jake Ciely - @allinkid Follow our show - @HarrisFootball Become a patron - www.patreon.com/harrisfootball Become a Person of the Book - https://www.amazon.com/Tulsa-Christopher-Harris/dp/0692170138 Watch the YouTube channel - www.youtube.com/harrisfootball Harris Football Yacht Club Dictionary - http://the-harris-football-yacht-dictionary.wikia.com/wiki/Dictionary Join the Harris Football Subreddit - www.reddit.com/r/HarrisFootball Play in our Fantrax Best Ball League to win a share of $1k (after you sign up first at www.Fantrax.com/harris) - https://www.fantrax.com/newui/fantasy/joinLeague.go?leagueId=ul4jpncnkrwqrcex Jake's Late-Round Players He's Drafting: 5. Tyler Higbee 4. Sterling Shepard 3. Jamaal Williams 2. Marvin Jones 1. Corey Davis Chris's Late-Round Players He's Drafting: 5. Tevin Coleman 4. Marquez Callaway & Tre'Quan Smith 3. Rhamondre Stevenson 2. Darnell Mooney 1. Elijah Moore
Bid on our Draft-A-Thon items right now to benefit St. Jude! http://cbssports.com/ebay We know you've got your "Do Not Draft" list, and we'll share ours with you today. Of course we'll also tell you the players that keep ending up on our teams. First, a new game called "Is This Stat Weird?" And a big takeaway as we look at the latest ADP and where the value is (3:23) ... An intense Saquon Barkley discussion (8:25)! How confident are we in him? Also: Which players could take their game to a new level this season (16:00) and a look at our news and notes (20:00). Then we get into the players that we keep drafting (24:00). Heath has a lot of Patrick Mahomes but not at his ADP. He also has a lot of shares of Giovani Bernard and Mark Andrews. Dave (34:30) keeps drafting David Montgomery, Marquez Callaway, Darren Waller and Jaylen Waddle ... So, who are we avoiding (42:00)? We go through ADP and pick at least one player in each round. And we finish with the Fantasy Cops (51:00)! We're bringing commissioner justice to your leagues! ... Your emails at firstname.lastname@example.org 'Fantasy Football Today' is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox, and wherever else you listen to podcasts. Follow our FFT team on Twitter: @FFToday, @AdamAizer, @JameyEisenberg, @daverichard, @heathcummingssr, @ctowerscbs, @BenSchragg Watch FFT on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/fantasyfootballtoday Join our Facebook group https://www.facebook.com/groups/FantasyFootballToday/ Sign up for the FFT newsletter https://www.cbssports.com/newsletter You can listen to Fantasy Football Today on your smart speakers! Simply say "Alexa, play the latest episode of the Fantasy Football Today podcast" or "Hey Google, play the latest episode of the Fantasy Football Today podcast." To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Surprise! The Fantasy Footballers are back with a BONUS episode! The biggest fantasy football draft weekend of the year is here! On today's fantasy football podcast, Andy, Mike, and Jason answer a number of questions, delivering advice to help you dominate on draft day! Manage your redraft, keeper, and dynasty fantasy football teams with the #1 fantasy football podcast. -- Fantasy Football Podcast for August 28th, 2021. Dominate your fantasy football draft with the 2021 Ultimate Draft Kit -- get the Draft Analyzer with the UDK+ Join the largest fantasy football league! Megalabowl.com (03:50) - Mailbag (04:45) - RB/WR Stacks (07:55) - 10-team & 14-team draft strategy (11:10) - League leadership and management (14:00) - Drafting same players in multiple leagues (16:40) - Footballers' League of Record (20:10) - Draft Day Tools & setup (23:55) - Drafting WRs early (27:05) - Covid fantasy impact (32:25) - Start 3 WR strategy (33:55) - Late round QB & TE strategy Connect with the show: Subscribe on YouTube Visit us on the Web Support the Show Follow on Twitter Follow on Instagram Support this podcast