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Margo Aaron of That Seems Important teaches you how to write cold emails that get opened Episode 638: How to Write Cold Emails That Get Opened by Margo Aaron of That Seems Important Margo Aaron is a proud graduate of Emory University, Columbia University and altMBA where she won the prestigious Walker Award. In 2017 she founded The Arena, the first virtual coworking space for solopreneurs. She's a regular contributor to Inc and lives in Jersey City as a Daywalker. The original post is located here: https://www.thatseemsimportant.com/sales/how-to-write-cold-emails-that-get-opened/ Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com Interested in advertising on the show? Visit https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalStartUpDaily Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Patty has a special guest today to discuss racial justice and inclusivity, and what it means to live in the United States today. Iyabo shares a bit about her life. She's bi-racial and grew up in Nigeria until age 16 when she came to the US. She explains that she didn't know she was black, until she moved to America. She considers herself a recovering attorney. Hear why she changed careers and the motivation to make a big change. She went to Seminary and realized that her theological background (she explains she's not a preacher) and legal experience gave her a foundation for the work she does now. Patty asked Iyabo to explain how she came to understand God and spirituality. She found Christianity from television evangelists when she lived in Nigeria. It's a fascinating story of personal faith. Iyabo explains why she doesn't agree with what is often taken for Christianity in the US. She is a “radical inclusionist”. Each person was created in the image of the Divine and therefore she says that each of us has intrinsic value deserving of love and inclusion. Ownership is an illusion. This discussion helps to understand why concepts like freedom and citizenry can't be “owned” but must be embodied. Ownership is often used to attempt to control or dictate to others. Iyabo explains how to recognize how to move from owning to empowerment. She explains that we need to embrace shared power. We care about those in our community to have less and we understand that we are not in competition with one another. How can we see others as human if we are so tied up in our identity that we can't admit when we are wrong, or when we don't know something? Patty shares that large social issues like homelessness are sometimes misattributed by the law of attraction. Example: if you are homeless, it's because you “attracted” it into your life. She and Iyabo talk about how that's not the case and the shift around what it means to “attract” things in your life. Understanding your identity will lead you to understand your privilege. Iyabo explains that there are multiple types of privilege and identifying your own will help you understand how it impacts the way that you interact with others. This episode provides great context for understanding better ways to connect with those who have different life experiences. Her examples are something we can all relate to and learn from. How can we make the system work for all of us? It's a great way to think about what we can do to make an impact in our personal place in the world. About Iyabo Onipede Iyabo Onipede is a facilitator, speaker, and consultant who curates deep dives into the heart of inclusion, equity, and racial justice. She is an effective community builder and seasoned equity consultant with a commitment to creating spaces of belonging. Iyabo's work opens pathways for organizations to build just and equitable environments through education, experiential and guided self-reflections and the facilitation of challenging exchanges. Her high-touch customized workshops use compassion, storytelling, and education for participants to shift identities into mutuality and accountability while creating and sustaining spaces of belonging. A self-described “recovering attorney,” she obtained a Master of Divinity from Candler School of Theology at Emory University after a 20-year legal career. Contact Iyabo at email@example.com. You can support iyabo's writing on deconstructing oppression in our culture with compassion by becoming a paid subscriber at https://iyabo.substack.com/ Resources: Liminal Space with Iyabo Website Email Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
How can white parents raise anti-racist children in this time of violence against people of color and protests. We talk with Dr. Ann Hazzard, a clinical child psychologist who was on the faculty at Emory University in Atlanta and co-author of Something Happened in Our Town: A Child's Story about Racial Injustice; and Dr. Joy Harris, a Full-time Lecturer at Princeton Theological Seminary and co-author of The ABCs of Diversity: Helping Kids (and Ourselves!) Embrace Our Differences.In this episode, we cover:Embrace Race.org. Founded by black and mixed race parents to provide resources for raising black children.One Talk at a Time https://www.caminoslab.org/onetalk Providing support for Latinx American, Asian American, African American, and Black youth and their families to have conversations about race and ethnicity. They have a separate section for Black, Asian, and Latinx parents.What is the difference between not being a racist and being anti-racist?What is wrong with saying and believing any of the following: "love will conquer all", “we are all one race-the human race", and “colorblind is best”.Tip 1. Talk about RaceRacism thrives in silence. Why are many white parents silent on raise in general and within our families?When do children start recognizes racial differences?When should white parents start talking to their kids about race?How to start the conversation? Fantastic resources:Diverse Book Finder https://diversebookfinder.org/books/The Brown Bookshelf highlights Black voices writing for young readers.The Conscious Kid https://www.theconsciouskid.org/ Tip 2: Acknowledging & Celebrating Racial DiversityWhy is it important to acknowledge and celebrate racial diversity?How to acknowledge and celebrate racial diversity?Tip 3: Recognize systemic/institutionalized racism and white privilegeWhat do we mean by systemic racism?What do we mean by white privilege?How early do kids start defaulting that things associated with being white are better than being black?How can parents address institutionalize racism with their children who will likely benefit from it?How do we help teach our kids to understand power inequity so they can name it, unpack it, and dismantle it when it happens in the real world.Tip 4: Talk about Violence Against People of Color and the Protests/ResistanceSomething Happened in Our Town: A Child's Story about Racial Injustice How much should we share with our children? At what age should we talk with them about these hard topics or is it better to shield them from such “grown up” problems?Talk about How People Make Change in a democracy.Not a one-time conversation. Appropriate conversation for age and developmental level. Should young children watch the news and videos. This podcast is produced by www.CreatingaFamily.org. We are a national non-profit with the mission to strengthen and inspire adoptive, foster & kinship parents and the professionals who support them. Creating a Family brings you the following trauma-informed, expert-based content:Weekly podcastsWeekly articles/blog postsResource pages on Support the show
You're a high performer who wants a career on your own terms. Maybe you're exploring the best next step? Maybe you feel stuck? Maybe you want more? No matter where you are right now, you need options. When you have options, you're in control. It may be time to change your mindset from C-Suite to Me-Suite. A well-planned strategy can help you answer the question: “How can I achieve the pinnacle of my career and have a life I cherish, too?”. Donna Peters joins the Goizueta Effect Podcast to discuss strategies for career-driven individuals who want more out of their work and life. She is an adjunct lecturer for Emory University's Goizueta Business School's Executive MBA program where she teaches healthy career-growing strategies. She is the founder and CEO of a career coaching organization, The Me-Suite. Her book, Options Are Power, helps high performers understand how the pursuit of their next career success, and a focus on a healthy lifestyle, are inextricably intertwined. This episode of the Goizueta Effect was co-created in partnership with Emory student Scott Masterson. The “Me-Suite” Mindset Defined In most businesses, the C-Suite is composed of key positions including the chief executive officer, chief financial officer, and chief marketing officer. Among top priorities, these leaders handle three core duties: They marshal the core values of the company, keep the day-to-day operations running smoothly, and stay fresh and relevant for the future of the organization. When looking to lead our fullest lives, we should be thinking as C-suite leaders. Peters developed this idea while on a business trip and has lived by it ever since. Like the C-Suite, we all need core values, a definition of primacy for ourselves (a sense of what is most important at any given time), a financial plan, a personal brand, relationships, an understanding of skills and strengths, and care for physical and mental health. Usually, a company has one executive to oversee one specific area -- we should try to think like each of those executives across different scenarios given our lives are riddled with micro and macro decisions, like a business. Components of the Me-Suite Mindset Thinking Like a C-Suite: Companies that Lead by their Core Values Airbnb has a core value of “accessibility of home” which creates a warm place of family-like interaction. When the refugee crisis was peaking over this last year, Airbnb started offering free housing to refugees. It was an example of how the core value of the company as a moneymaker was also being used to say, "But this is who we are. And this is what we do. I'm not changing my company and my values. I'm just applying the value in a different situation. Still staying true to the core value of the company." Airbnb's decision directly aligned with its positive core values. Companies actively make these decisions since core values are the foundation holding their business up. Primacy: Not Everything is of Equal Importance When at a crossroads between choices consider asking yourself, “What matters the most right now?” For example, you may need to decide between salary and title, or salary and company reputation. You need to decide which aspects matter more to you in that moment. While high performers want to achieve, they often always say “yes” to everything. Primacy can provide a great guide in learning to say “no”. Developing Your Personal Brand in a Remote Working Environment We have a personal brand whether we like it or not and we need to own it. Develop your brand so it signals what you want to attract. Think about the mediums you have access to online: What does your LinkedIn profile say about you? What about your punctuality to online zoom meetings? On your screen, what's behind you and how are you dressed while on call? It's all up to you and there are no wrong answers if each decision is intentional. Relationships and Networking: It's Necessary and More Natural than You May Think People often describe networking as “slimy.” Think of it as a bank account: we're constantly making deposits and withdrawals by helping one another. Connections can also be characterized like a temperature on a thermometer; hot, those who will respond to you in 20 minutes with an emoji; room-temperature, people you may have just met or you connected with on LinkedIn because you went to the same university; to frozen, unfortunate relationships that are not helpful to you. Networking is crucial in creating powerful options that you can draw from. Understanding where your connections fall on the temperature scale is a great first step. Career Phases: The Different Career Personas Careers are incredibly dynamic, and individuals face different choices and challenges along the way. The Me-Suite mindset helps us understand ourselves better so that we can navigate these fluctuations and understand which persona(s) we fall under at a given time. When you look in the mirror, what do you see? The vast majority of individuals fall into three personas: Exploration Erica, Crossroads K.T., or Hamster Wheel Hank. Each can be described with thoughts that come to mind if one of the personas were to look in the mirror: Exploration Erica thinks, “I want more out of my career.” Crossroads K.T struggles between choices, "I must now make a big decision. I've got to decide. Do I stay inside this industry? Change industries? Do I go back to school?" And Hamster Wheel Hank may think, "I'm stuck. I don't know where to turn. I'm not sure what my options may be. But whatever it is, this isn't it." Throughout your career you may experience any one of these for any amount of time. By acquiring options and strategizing like a C-Suite leader, you can reach an understanding of how to address them and adapt. “Options are Power” When we feel trapped, neurological research shows that the amygdala activates a variety of negative responses. In response to the feeling that we don't have options or when we are paralyzed by choices, the amygdala increases cortisol in the body, which has a stress-inducing effect. It can impact the quality of our sleep. If it goes to extremes, it can have outcomes of anxiety and depression. Like an options contract in investing, options in this context give us the right, but not the obligation, to make a change in our life. Being a Hamster Wheel Hank is never a great feeling. That's when possessing the Me-Suite mindset comes in handy. Assessing if your current life decisions align with your personal core values allows you to determine if you're where you should and want to be. Likewise, if you're at a crossroads in your career, you may consider your own personal brand and which decision aligns most with your next step. To ease decision-making, ask yourself the following questions: “Does what I'm doing support my core values? Does this decision align with my personal brand?” The process will reduce stress, clear your mind, and boost your decision-making skills in your career. To learn more about Goizueta Business School and how principled leaders are driving positive change in business and society, visit goizueta.emory.edu.
In this last episode of season two of Cabana Chats, writer Lydia Conklin talks with Resort founder Catherine LaSota about fostering dogs, writing a story versus making a comic, and the places we can't bring our cell phones (thank goodness), among many other fascinating topics. Lydia Conklin is an Assistant Professor of Fiction at Vanderbilt University. Previously they were the Helen Zell Visiting Professor in Fiction at the University of Michigan. They've received a Stegner Fellowship in Fiction at Stanford University, a Rona Jaffe Writer's Award, three Pushcart Prizes, a grant from the Elizabeth George Foundation, a Creative & Performing Arts Fulbright to Poland, work-study and tuition scholarships from Bread Loaf, and fellowships from MacDowell, Yaddo, Djerassi, Hedgebrook, the James Merrill House, the Vermont Studio Center, VCCA, Millay, Jentel, Lighthouse Works, Brush Creek, the Santa Fe Art Institute, Caldera, the Sitka Center, and Harvard University, among others. They were the 2015-2017 Creative Writing Fellow in fiction at Emory University. Their fiction has appeared in Tin House, American Short Fiction, The Southern Review, The Gettysburg Review, and elsewhere, and is forthcoming from The Paris Review. They have drawn graphic fiction for Lenny Letter, Drunken Boat, and the Steppenwolf Theater in Chicago and cartoons for The New Yorker and Narrative Magazine. Lydia's story collection, Rainbow Rainbow, was recently published by Catapult in the US and Scribner in the UK. Find out more about Lydia Conklin here: https://lydia-conklin.com Purchase RAINBOW RAINBOW by Lydia Conklin here: https://bookshop.org/a/83344/9781646221011 Join our free Resort community, full of resources and support for writers, here: https://community.theresortlic.com/ More information about The Resort can be found here: https://www.theresortlic.com/ You can find books for purchase by all of our Cabana Chats guests here: https://bookshop.org/lists/cabana-chats-podcast Cabana Chats is hosted by Resort founder Catherine LaSota. Our podcast editor is Jade Iseri-Ramos, and our music is by Pat Irwin. Special thanks to Resort assistant Nadine Santoro. FULL TRANSCRIPTS for Cabana Chats podcast episodes are available in the free Resort network: https://community.theresortlic.com/ Follow us on social media! @TheResortLIC
Many of us are suffering from parent burnout right now and kids are also. Mental health challenges for kids have skyrocketed. How does our parenting affect kids' mental health? We want to protect our kids, but too much protection is actually harmful. In this episode, I talk to Dr. Hansa Bhargava, pediatrician, and author of Building Happier Kids which is being published by the American Academy of Pediatrics. Watch this episode on the Mindful Mama Youtube channel! If you enjoyed this episode, and it inspired you in some way, I'd love to hear about it and know your biggest takeaway. Take a screenshot of you listening on your device, post it to your Instagram stories, and tag me @mindfulmamamentor. Have you left a review yet? All you have to do is go to Apple Podcasts or Stitcher (or wherever you listen), and thanks for your support of the show! Takeaways - The 3 C's for Mental Wellness: Connection Community Compassion Dr. Bhargava is a board-certified pediatrician, a certified CBCT Resiliency teacher at Emory University, and Chief Medical Officer at Medscape. She is the author of 'Building Happier Kids' which is being published by the American Academy of Pediatrics. Get Hunter's book, Raising Good Humans now! Click here to order and get book bonuses! ABOUT HUNTER CLARKE-FIELDS: Hunter Clarke-Fields is a mindful mama mentor. She coaches smart, thoughtful parents on how to create calm and cooperation in their daily lives. Hunter has over 20 years of experience in mindfulness practices. She has taught thousands worldwide. Be a part of the tribe—we're over 25 thousand strong! Join the Mindful Parenting membership. Take your learning further! Get my Top 2 Best Tools to Stop Yelling AND the Mindful Parenting Roadmap for FREE at: mindfulmamamentor.com/stopyelling/ Find more podcasts, blog posts, free resources, and how to work with Hunter at MindfulMamaMentor.com.
We've got a special treat for you today, as we bring you a conversation we had with the amazing Dr. Chelsea Jackson Roberts. Chelsea earned her teaching credentials and later completed her MA followed by her Ph.D. from the Division of Educational Studies at Emory University in 2014. It is during her experience as a classroom teacher that she began to make connections between literacy development, yoga and other mindfulness practices. Now she's able to teach hundreds of thousands of people, including celebrity supporters and clientele such as Shonda Rhimes and Jennifer Garner - and she really helped Amy restore after the long pandemic parenting days too! Chelsea is such an inspiration to us, starting as a teacher and now being on a big platform that she is serving people so well on, and we are so happy that you get that chance to learn from her today. Listen in as she shares more about her journey, including how she is approaching being a mom for the very first time, and Chelsea gives us all a reminder that showing up as ourselves is enough. If you enjoy this episode, we'd be so honored if you shared it on Instagram, tagging @chelsealovesyoga and @herselfpodcast. MEET Chelsea: https://www.instagram.com/chelsealovesyoga/ 10% off at BETTERHELP: http://betterhelp.com/herself 20% off at THIRDLOVE: http://thirdlove.com/herselfLinks & Resources:Chelsea's Website & InstagramHer Non-Profit, Red Clay YogaJoin Chelsea on Peloton!Let's connect!HERSELF SHOP: https://herself-podcast-favorites.myshopify.com HERSELF PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/herselfpodcast HERSELF INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/herselfpodcast
Today's History Story: Black Love Non-Monogamy Dianne Stewart is back to talk about Black love. We're continuing the conversation about Deconstructing Black Love so that we can rebuild and reconnect with spirituality, heritage, and how we love ourselves and each other outside of white supremacy. In that interview, we learned a lot about love, particularly how as African descended people, love is more than romantic. It's heritage. It's community. It's us. Dr. Stewart is a professor of religion and African American studies at Emory University with a focus on religion, culture and African heritage in the Caribbean and the Americas. She's written several books including Black Women, Black Love: America's War on African American Marriage and Three Eyes for the Journey: African Dimensions of the Jamaican Religious Experience. BHY is produced by PushBlack, the nation's largest non-profit Black media company - hit us up at BlackHistoryYear.com and share this with your people! PushBlack exists because we saw we had to take this into our own hands.You make PushBlack happen with your contributions at BlackHistoryYear.com. Most people do 5 or 10 bucks a month, but everything makes a difference. Thanks for supporting the work. The Black History Year production team includes: Tareq Alani, Brooke Brown, Shiavon Chapman, Abeni Jones, Briona Lamback, Zain Murdock, Tasha Taylor, and Leslie Taylor-Grover. Our producers are Cydney Smith and Sasha Kai Parker, who also edits the show. Black History Year's executive producer is Julian Walker. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Today we bring you a special episode in response to the U.S. Supreme Court's decision overturning Roe v. Wade. First, The Intercept's Washington Editor, Nausicaa Renner takes us to the protests in front of SCOTUS that formed after the radical decision to end the right to abortion. Then we turn to a livestream conversation The Intercept hosted on Friday discussing what can be done to minimize the impact on the most vulnerable people. The Intercept's Natasha Lennard talks with professor Rachel Rebouché, interim dean of Temple Law School and author of a new report titled “The New Abortion Battleground,” which looks at the legal issues that will arise across state borders and between the state and federal government; Dani McClain, a Puffin fellow at Type Media Center and the author of “We Live for the We: The Political Power of Black Motherhood”; and Hayley McMahon, an abortion access researcher and doctoral student at Emory University.Livestream: The New Fight for Reproductive FreedomMore from The Intercept: In Overturning Roe, Radical Supreme Court Declares War on the 14th AmendmentWith the Corpse of Roe Still Warm, Far Right Plots Fascistic Anti-Abortion EnforcementMore People Will Die See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Breakthrough thinking: Why do we believe things that are not true? There was a car brand several decades ago in the UK called ŠKODA. It was a terrible car, much like Yugo was in the US. However, they have changed their image and today, my son wants to buy one. I told him the jokes we all used to have about ŠKODA and their low-quality construction (What do a ŠKODA and a baby have in common? They never go anywhere without a rattle.) My son doesn't care. His perception is that they are a great car company. Mine hasn't changed. Now, I know my son better than anyone, except maybe his wife and mother. I know he is sensible and good with his money. He's no Wally. If he decides to do something, he bloody well knows why (he gets that from me). Nevertheless, his opinion that the company is better now has done nothing to change my mind. In this episode we are exploring why we believe things that are not true, even when faced with facts. Psychologically, there are a lot of reasons we do this. We also talk about how you can overcome a bad reputation and change customers perceptions of you with your customer strategy. Spoiler alert: It doesn't happen fast. Key Ideas to Improve your Customer Experience There are a few reasons why we won't change our minds even when the facts tell us we should. Some are psychological; some are social. However, they are all at work in this critical customer strategy concept. Here are a few key moments in the discussion: 04:31 Colin shares how the different spread of information about the war in Ukraine in the West vs. Russia can ensure that the Russian people don't change their minds or stop supporting it. 09:19 Ryan answers Colin's questions about why people don't change their minds even when they are presented with information that they are wrong about something with several influences. 12:32 We discuss how the self-image can get in the way of changing one's mind, also; we push away negativity from our self-image. 16:12 We talk about the length of time it takes to change minds and what it takes during that time to ensure it happens. 19:11 Ryan tells a story about how social agendas can also get in the way of changing one's minds, and it will probably not surprise you to know that politics is a culprit. 26:54 Colin reviews what he thinks the key learning is for organizations and how we would combat these inclinations with customer strategy. Please tell us how we are doing! Complete this short survey. Customer Experience Information & Resources LinkedIn recognizes Colin Shaw as one of the 'World's Top 150 Business Influencers.' As a result, he has 290,000 followers of his work. Shaw is Founder and CEO of Beyond Philosophy LLC, which helps organizations unlock growth by discovering customers' hidden, unmet needs that drive value ($). The Financial Times selected Beyond Philosophy as one of the best management consultancies for the last four years in a row. Follow Colin on LinkedIn and Twitter. Click here to learn more about Professor Ryan Hamilton of Emory University. Why Customers Buy: As an official "Influencer" on LinkedIn, Colin writes a regular newsletter on all things Customer Experience. Click here to join the other 35,000 subscribers. How can we help? Click here to learn more about Beyond Philosophy's Suite of Services.
In this episode, Jonathan is speaking with James Zimring about partial truths and how fractions can distort our thinking. They discuss: •Origins of his interest in science, why he chose medicine, and his current research interests. •How he first became interested in philosophy of science and how this eventually lead to his book “What Science is and How it Really Works.” •His new book “Partial Truths: How Fractions Distort Our Thinking.” •Why we tend to gravitate towards using anecdotes as evidence. •How scientific descriptions have been wrong in the past, but observed phenomena are rarely wrong. •How confirmation bias isn't necessarily bad, but requires a system in place to keep it honest. •How dialogue outside of scientific circles is often about one side winning and the other side losing when in science, winning is getting to a correct answer. •How science gets it wrong. •And other topics. Dr. James Zimring is a Professor of Pathology at the University of Virginia where he pursues basic and translational research in the field of transfusion medicine and blood biology. He has an M.D. and also a Ph.D. in Immunology, both awarded from Emory University, and has published over 160 research articles in his field of study. Professor Zimring is the recipient of multiple awards for his research and teaching and an elected member of the American Society for Clinical Investigation (ASCI). He is also the author of the book “What Science Is and How It Really Works” and, more recently, “Partial Truths: How Fractions Distort Our Thinking,” which discusses how fractions lead us astray. You can find James's website here: https://jameszimring.com/ You can find this episode on YouTube here: https://bit.ly/3QLtPTC Also, don't forget about our book “Thinking Critically. From Fake News to Conspiracy Theories. Using Logic to Safely Navigate the Information Landscape” if you're interested in exploring how logic can be used to better help you to discern fact from fiction. The information landscape is perilous, but with the help of this book as your guide, you will always be able to find your way towards truth. It's available on Amazon today! Book: https://amzn.to/3nWdawV This show is supported and produced by Final Stretch Media. Final Stretch believes in creating something that disrupts attention spans and challenges the marketing status quo. They do this by creating high quality visual content that captivates your audience. Website: https://bit.ly/3AsP3wZ This show is also supported by QuikLee; the creators of Brain Racers. The world's first ever live racing competition for the brain. Download their app and play live on the weekends on an iOS device against the world. We have raced and it's a blast! App Download: https://apple.co/33n8aJs
Dr. Marina Garassino and Dr. Suresh Ramalingam join Lung Cancer Considered host Dr. Narjust Florez to share experiences as international medical graduates. Dr. Garassino is an internationally recognized expert in the treatment of thoracic malignancies from the Medical School of Università degli Studi of Milan, Italy, She recently joined the University of Chicago as the chief of the Thoracic Oncology Group. Dr. Suresh Ramalingam is the Executive Director, Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University, the Roberto C. Goizueta Distinguished Chair for Cancer Research, and a professor of medicine at Emory University School of Medicine.
Are you and your team taking a truly customer-centric approach when developing your revenue enablement strategy and programs? How well are you using the concept of force multiplying to scale your impact? In Part 2 of my conversation with Kristen McCrae McMullan we discussed her ideas, experiences, and how she's learned to be effective in these areas:Taking a customer-centric approach with Innovative examplesUsing customer-centric micro KPIs to align prioritiesHow to apply force multiplication for scalingEffectively communicating with Sales leadersWorking with internal blockersKristen is currently a Global Sales Enablement Leader at Amazon Web Services [AWS], leading a team of sales enablement and readiness professionals to support the ProServe sales teams. With 11 years of sales and enablement experience, Kristen is passionate about being a woman in tech leadership and serves on the global Board of Directors for WiSE. Kristen received her undergraduate degree in journalism from Emory University, and continuing education certificates from The University of California, Berkeley, and Harvard Business School. For speaking or article requests, please reach out to Kristen on LinkedIn.
Dr Justin Holcomb speaks with Mike Neglia about his theological journey and ministry experience that began under the mentorship of Carl Dixon in Calvary Chapel Sarasota and he now finds himself as an Episcopal priest and theology and apologetics professor at Reformed Theological Seminary and Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. He speaks about death metal, the book of common prayer, Law / Gospel distinctions and caring for victims of sexual assault or physical abuse. Justin is an award-winning author, professor, and priest. He has written or edited twenty books on abuse, theology, and biblical studies.Justin teaches theology and apologetics at Reformed Theological Seminary and Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. He previously taught at the University of Virginia, Emory University, Agnes Scott College, and Westminster Seminary.Justin is an Episcopal priest and serves as the Canon for Vocations in the Diocese of Central Florida. He serves on the boards of GRACE (Godly Response to Abuse in Christian Environments), HeartSupport, and Leaders Collective. Justin and Lindsey helped co-found REST in 2009. He is a co-host for the White Horse Inn podcast and a guest co-host for the As In Heaven podcast.Justin graduated from Southeastern University in 1994 with a B.A. in Biblical Studies. In 1997, he obtained a M.A. in Theological Studies and a M.A. in Christian Thought from Reformed Theological Seminary. Justin also studied at the University of Oxford during the summer of 1996. He earned his Ph.D. from Emory University in Theological Studies with a concentration in Comparative Religious Studies.Justin and his wife, Lindsey, live in Orlando, Florida, with their two daughters.Justin wrote:God With Us: 365 Devotions on the Person and Work of ChristKnow the HereticsKnow the Creeds and CouncilsCaring For Survivors of Sexual AbuseOn the Grace of GodActs: A 12-Week StudyEcclesiastes: A 12-Week StudyWhat Do You Do For A Living?Justin and his wife, Lindsey, are authors of:God Made Babies: Helping Parents Answer the Baby QuestionGod Made Me in His Image: Helping Children Appreciate Their BodiesGod Made All of Me: A Book to Help Children Protect Their Bodies Received the ECPA Bronze Sales Award for exceeding 100,000 copies soldChildren and Trauma: Equipping Parents and CaregiversIs It My Fault?: Hope and Healing for Those Suffering Domestic ViolenceRid of My Disgrace: Hope and Healing for Victims of Sexual AssaultRid of My Disgrace: Small Group Discussion GuideResources Mentioned: Rid of My Disgrace - Hope and Healing for Victims of Sexual Assault : https://www.crossway.org/books/rid-of-my-disgrace-ebook/ Is it My Fault? Hope and Healing for Those Suffering Domestic Violence. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0802410243/ref=as_li_qf_asin_il_tl?ie=UTF8&tag=justholc-20&creative=9325&linkCode=as2&creativeASIN=0802410243&linkId=47c04d3e9c499208e3634cd0cf271dcfRecommended Episodes: Preaching the Law & Preaching the Gospel - Bob Hiller : https://www.expositorscollective.com/podcast/2020/12/29/preaching-the-law-amp-preaching-the-gospel-bob-hillar Heralding the Voice of Christ - Glen Scrivener : https://www.expositorscollective.com/podcast/2021/5/18/heralding-the-voice-of-christ-glen-scrivener The Preacher as Hitman and Midwife - Dr. Scott Keith : https://www.expositorscollective.com/podcast/2020/10/13/the-preacher-as-hitman-and-midwife-dr-scott-keith Preaching Hope In Darkness - Karen Mason and Scott Gibson : https://www.expositorscollective.com/podcast/2021/1/12/preaching-hope-in-darkness-karen-mason-and-scott-gibsonJoin our private Facebook group to continue the conversation: https://www.facebook.com/groups/ExpositorsCollectiveThe Expositors Collective podcast is part of the GoodLion podcast network, for more thought provoking Christian podcasts visit https://goodlion.io
Danté Stewart is a minister, essayist, and cultural critic. He is author of Shoutin' In The Fire: An American Epistle. Named by Religion News Service as one of “Ten Up-And-Coming Faith Influencers”, his work has appeared on CNN, The New York Times, The Washington Post, ESPN's The Undefeated, Sojourners, and more. He received his B.A. in Sociology from Clemson University. He is currently studying at the Candler School of Theology at Emory University in Atlanta, Ga.
FEATURED VOICES IN THIS EPISODEDan GuidoDan Guido is the CEO of Trail of Bits, a cybersecurity firm he founded in 2012 to address software security challenges with cutting-edge research. In his tenure leading Trail of Bits, Dan has grown the team to 80 engineers, led the team to compete in the DARPA Cyber Grand Challenge, built an industry-leading blockchain security practice, and refined open-source tools for the endpoint security market. In addition to his work at Trail of Bits, he's active on the boards of four early-stage technology companies. Dan contributes to cybersecurity policy papers from RAND, CNAS, and Harvard. He runs Empire Hacking, a 1,500-member meetup group focused on NYC-area cybersecurity professionals. His latest hobby coding project -- AlgoVPN -- is the Internet's most recommended self-hosted VPN. In prior roles, Dan taught a capstone course on software exploitation at NYU as a faculty member and the Hacker in Residence, consulted at iSEC Partners (now NCC Group), and worked as an incident responder for the Federal Reserve System.Evan SultanikEvan Sultanik is a Principal Computer Security Researcher at Trail of Bits. A computer scientist with extensive experience both in industry (as a software engineer) and academia, Evan is an active contributor to open source software. He is author of more than two dozen peer-reviewed academic papers, and is particularly interested in intelligent, distributed/peer-to-peer systems. Evan is editor of and frequent contributor to the International Journal of PoC||GTFO. Trent BrunsonTrent is a Principal Security Engineer and Research Practice Manager at Trail of Bits. He has worked in computer security since 2012 as a researcher and engineer at Assured Information Security in Rome, NY, and at the Georgia Tech Research Institute, where he served as the Threat Intelligence Branch Chief and the Associate Division Chief of Threat Intelligence & Analytics. Trent received his Ph.D. in computational physics from Emory University in Atlanta in 2014, and his dissertation work applied the renormalization group and Monte Carlo methods to study exact results on complex networks.Host: Nick SelbyAn accomplished information and physical security professional, Nick leads the Software Assurance practice at Trail of Bits, giving customers at some of the world's most targeted companies a comprehensive understanding of their security landscape. He is the creator of the Trail of Bits podcast, and does everything from writing scripts to conducting interviews to audio engineering to Foley (e.g. biting into pickles). Prior to Trail of Bits, Nick was Director of Cyber Intelligence and Investigations at the NYPD; the CSO of a blockchain startup; and VP of Operations at an industry analysis firm. Production StaffStory Editor: Chris JulinAssociate Editor: Emily HaavikExecutive Producer: Nick SelbyExecutive Producer: Dan GuidoRecordingRocky Hill Studios, Ghent, New York. Nick Selby, EngineerPreuss-Projekt Tonstudio, Salzburg, Austria. Christian Höll, EngineerRemote recordings: Whistler, BC (Nick Selby); Queens, NY (Emily Haavik)Edited and Mastered by Chris JulinTrail of Bits supports and adheres to the Tape Syncers United Fair Rates CardMusicDispatches From Technology's Future, the Trail of Bits theme, Chris JulinCANTO DELLE SCIACALLE, Cesare PastanellaSHALLOW WATER - REMIX, Omri Smadar, Yehezkel Raz, Sivan TalmorALL IN YOUR STRIDE, ABELET IT RISE, Divine Attraction ROAD LESS TRAVELED, The David Roy CollectiveKILLING ME SOFTLY, Ty SimonTECH TALK, Rex BannerLOST ON EARTH, Marek JakubowiczSCAPES, Gray NorthReproductionWith the exception of any Copyrighted music herein, Trail of Bits Season 1 Episode 0; Immutable © 2022 by Trail of Bits is licensed under Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International. This license allows reuse: reusers may copy and distribute the material in any medium or format in unadapted form and for noncommercial purposes only (noncommercial means not primarily intended for or directed towards commercial advantage or monetary compensation), provided that reusers give credit to Trail of Bits as the creator. No derivatives or adaptations of this work are permitted. To view a copy of this license, visit http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/. Referenced in this EpisodeIn “Are Blockchains Decentralized? Unintended Centralities in Distributed Ledgers,” Evan Sultanik, Trent Brunson, and nine other engineers on the Trail of Bits Research and Engineering and Software Assurance teams report their findings from the year-long project to examine Blockchain centrality. Fluxture is a free and open source software crawling framework for Blockchains and peer-to-peer systems that Trail of Bits created to assist with the work described in this episode. We also link to the free and open source recursive dependency graphing tool It-Depends, which we will discuss in depth in the upcoming podcast episode that's creatively titled, It-Depends. The Are Blockchains Decentralized paper cites more than 30 academic and commercial research papers. There is literature about how malicious Tor exit nodes surveil and inject attacks into Tor-users' traffic. You may also read comments about exit node manipulation by Tor network maintainers. One report states that On February 2, 2021, a single, malicious actor was able to fully manage 27 percent of Tor's exit capacity.The reports “How Malicious Tor Relays are Exploiting Users in 2020 (Part I)" hypothesized that the entity behind a range of malicious tor relays would not to stop its activities anytime soon; the follow-up, "Tracking One Year of Malicious Tor Exit Relay Activities" continues the discussion. Meet the Team:CHRIS JULINChris Julin has spent years telling audio stories and helping other people tell theirs. These days he works as a story editor and producer for news outlets like APM Reports, West Virginia Public Broadcasting, and Marketplace. He has also taught and mentored hundreds of young journalists as a professor. For the Trail of Bits podcast, he serves as story and music editor, sound designer, and mixing and mastering engineer.EMILY HAAVIKFor the past 10 years Emily Haavik has worked as a broadcast journalist in radio, television, and digital media. She's spent time writing, reporting, covering courts, producing investigative podcasts, and serving as an editorial manager. She now works as an audio producer for several production shops including Us & Them from West Virginia Public Broadcasting and PRX, and APM Reports. For the Trail of Bits podcast, she helps with scripting, interviews, story concepts, and audio production.
Stand Up is a daily podcast. I book,host,edit, post and promote new episodes with brilliant guests every day. Please subscribe now for as little as 5$ and gain access to a community of over 800 awesome, curious, kind, funny, brilliant, generous souls Check out StandUpwithPete.com to learn more My parents came to visit this weekend and we had a great time together. Yesterday I asked my Dad if the girls and I could interview him as he approached his 78th birthday. I think you will really like it. Also I caught up with Eric Segall for a preview of this week at the Supreme Court and more Eric J. Segall graduated from Emory University, Phi Beta Kappa 27 and summa cum laude, and from Vanderbilt Law School, where he was the research editor for the Law Review and member of Order of the Coif. He clerked for the Chief Judge Charles Moye Jr. for the Northern District of Georgia, and Albert J. Henderson of the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals. After his clerkships, Segall worked for Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher and the U.S. Department of Justice, before joining the Georgia State faculty in 1991. Segall teaches federal courts and constitutional law I and II. He is the author of the books Originalism as Faith and Supreme Myths: Why the Supreme Court is not a Court and its Justices are not Judges. His articles on constitutional law have appeared in, among others, the Harvard Law Review Forum, the Stanford Law Review On Line, the UCLA Law Review, the George Washington Law Review, the Washington University Law Review, the University of Pennsylvania Journal of Constitutional Law, the Northwestern University Law Review Colloquy, and Constitutional Commentary among many others. Segall's op-eds and essays have appeared in the New York Times, the LA Times, The Atlantic, SLATE, Vox, Salon, and the Daily Beast, among others. He has appeared on CNN, Fox News, MSNBC, and France 24 and all four of Atlanta's local television stations. He has also appeared on numerous local and national radio shows. Listen and Subscribe to Eric's Podcast Supreme Myths and follow him on Tik Tok! Check out all things Jon Carroll Follow and Support Pete Coe Pete on YouTube Pete on Twitter Pete On Instagram Pete Personal FB page Eric J. Segall graduated from Emory University, Phi Beta Kappa 27 and summa cum laude, and from Vanderbilt Law School, where he was the research editor for the Law Review and member of Order of the Coif. He clerked for the Chief Judge Charles Moye Jr. for the Northern District of Georgia, and Albert J. Henderson of the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals. After his clerkships, Segall worked for Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher and the U.S. Department of Justice, before joining the Georgia State faculty in 1991. Segall teaches federal courts and constitutional law I and II. He is the author of the books Originalism as Faith and Supreme Myths: Why the Supreme Court is not a Court and its Justices are not Judges. His articles on constitutional law have appeared in, among others, the Harvard Law Review Forum, the Stanford Law Review On Line, the UCLA Law Review, the George Washington Law Review, the Washington University Law Review, the University of Pennsylvania Journal of Constitutional Law, the Northwestern University Law Review Colloquy, and Constitutional Commentary among many others. Segall's op-eds and essays have appeared in the New York Times, the LA Times, The Atlantic, SLATE, Vox, Salon, and the Daily Beast, among others. He has appeared on CNN, Fox News, MSNBC, and France 24 and all four of Atlanta's local television stations. He has also appeared on numerous local and national radio shows. Listen and Subscribe to Eric's Podcast Supreme Myths and follow him on Tik Tok! Check out all things Jon Carroll Follow and Support Pete Coe Pete on YouTube Pete on Twitter Pete On Instagram Pete Personal FB page
Many of the people affected by the current global monkeypox outbreak are reported to be men who identify as gay or bisexual, or men who have sex with men. The virus can affect anyone, but in response to where the majority of cases are, public health officials are gearing their information toward communities of gay and bisexual men. And that has some saying that the messaging echoes back to the HIV/AIDS crisis and has the potential to stigmatize the gay community while missing others who are susceptible to the disease. We speak with Dr. Boghuma K. Titanji, physician and clinical researcher in infectious diseases at Emory University, about the lessons public health officials can learn from the HIV/AIDS crisis of the 80s and 90s.And Northwestern University journalism professor Steven Thrasher talks about his recent article for Scientific American, "Blaming Gay Men for Monkeypox Will Harm Everyone."In participating regions, you'll also hear a local news segment to help you make sense of what's going on in your community.Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In this episode, co-hosts Phil Ordway, Elliot Turner, and John Mihaljevic discuss (1) how the likelihood of financial distress has evolved since the financial crisis of 2008, and (2) the mental exhaustion and fatigue many investors feel as a result of the experience of the past few years. Enjoy the conversation! The primary purpose of this podcast is to educate and inform. The views, information, or opinions expressed by hosts or guests are their own. Neither this show, nor any of its content should be construed as investment advice or as a recommendation to buy or sell any particular security. Security specific information shared on this podcast should not be relied upon as a basis for your own investment decisions -- be sure to do your own research. The podcast hosts and participants may have a position in the securities mentioned, personally, through sub accounts and/or through separate funds and may change their holdings at any time. About the Co-Hosts: Philip Ordway is Managing Principal and Portfolio Manager of Anabatic Fund, L.P. Previously, Philip was a partner at Chicago Fundamental Investment Partners (CFIP). At CFIP, which he joined in 2007, Philip was responsible for investments across the capital structure in various industries. Prior to joining CFIP, Philip was an analyst in structured corporate finance with Citigroup Global Markets, Inc. from 2002 to 2005. Philip earned his B.S. in Education & Social Policy and Economics from Northwestern University in 2002 and his M.B.A. from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University in 2007, where he now serves as an Adjunct Professor in the Finance Department. Elliot Turner is a co-founder and Managing Partner, CIO at RGA Investment Advisors, LLC. RGA Investment Advisors runs a long-term, low turnover, growth at a reasonable price investment strategy seeking out global opportunities. Elliot focuses on discovering and analyzing long-term, high quality investment opportunities and strategic portfolio management. Prior to joining RGA, Elliot managed portfolios at at AustinWeston Asset Management LLC, Chimera Securities and T3 Capital. Elliot holds the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation as well as a Juris Doctor from Brooklyn Law School.. He also holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Emory University where he double majored in Political Science and Philosophy. John Mihaljevic leads MOI Global and serves as managing editor of The Manual of Ideas. He managed a private partnership, Mihaljevic Partners LP, from 2005-2016. John is a winner of the Value Investors Club's prize for best investment idea. He is a trained capital allocator, having studied under Yale University Chief Investment Officer David Swensen and served as Research Assistant to Nobel Laureate James Tobin. John holds a BA in Economics, summa cum laude, from Yale and is a CFA charterholder.
Podcast Summary A lot of the behavioral sciences can feel intimidating. However, it doesn't have to be. The Five Rules Podcast Series is our attempt at giving you an easy entry point into the complex and messy world of Behavioral Science. 5 Rules for Effective Customer Research That Make A Difference Customer research is an essential part of any organization's customer strategy. However, it requires more than emailing a customer survey out over seven years or so. Customer research requires a few things to be effective in driving the metrics that matter for your experiences. This episode, with guest Sam Killip, Director of Customer Research from consumer research platform, Attest, which helps organizations understand their customers. Attest's global online consumer platform taps into hundreds of thousands of consumers around the globe. Killip says their clients survey consumers to understand consumers' views and what they're doing, thinking, and feeling to feed into their customer strategy. With her help, we devised a list of five rules for making these efforts effective. Key Ideas to Improve your Customer Experience The 5 Rules for Effective Customer Research That Make a Difference include: 1. Define the right method. 2. Get under the skin of the customer. 3. Cast your net wide. 4. Respect the respondents. 5. Do them little and often rather than large-scale. Here are a few key moments in the discussion: 03:09 Killip explain a little background about Attest and how she came to her position there after a long career in law before joining the team. 05:04 We share the first rule, Define the right method, and discuss why survey answers are not always the best way to understand why customers do what they do. 08:55 We introduce the second rule, Get under the skin of the customer, and why mom and pop shop owners knew this one from day one, and how larger companies can gain that same understanding. 14:36 When talking about rule number three, Cast your net wide, Tillip explains how you can get into trouble when you make too many assumptions about your who your customers are. 20:18 As we move into the second to last rule, Respect the respondents, we focus on appreciation for the people who provide the customer voice and the essential nature of keeping them engaged with the project. 23:49 We cover the last rule, Do them little and often rather than large-scale, and why this one is essential to keeping your finger on the pulse of the customer sentiment. Please tell us how we are doing! Complete this short survey. Customer Experience Information & Resources LinkedIn recognizes Colin Shaw as one of the 'World's Top 150 Business Influencers.' As a result, he has 289,000 followers of his work. Shaw is Founder and CEO of Beyond Philosophy LLC, which helps organizations unlock growth by discovering customers' hidden, unmet needs that drive value ($). The Financial Times selected Beyond Philosophy LLC as one of the best management consultancies for the last two years. Follow Colin on Linkedin and Twitter. Click here to learn more about Professor Ryan Hamilton of Emory University. Why Customers Buy: As an official "Influencer" on LinkedIn, Colin writes a regular newsletter on all things Customer Experience. Click here to join the other 22,000 subscribers. Experience Health Check: You already have an experience, even if you weren't deliberate about it. Our Experience Health Check can help you understand what you have today. Colin or one of our team can assess your digital or physical Customer Experience, interacting with your organization as a customer to define what is good and what needs improving. Then, they will provide a list of recommendations for critical next steps for your organization. Click here to learn more. How can we help? Click here to learn more about Beyond Philosophy's Suite of Services.
On today's episode, meet Dr. Danny Nguyen. Dr. Nguyen is a Medical Oncologist and Assistant Clinical Professor, Department of Medical Oncology & Therapeutics Research at City of Hope in California. He is passionate about treating patients in the community setting close to where they live. Danny completed fellowship training in oncology and hematology at H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center, his residency in internal medicine at Emory University and medical school at the University of South Florida. He aims to reduce disparities in cancer care by improving access to innovative therapies through clinical trials for the Orange County community.
Welcome to our series on the potential of psilocybin-assisted therapy to help us live as well as possible with metastatic breast cancer. Distress, including anxiety, depression, and loss of meaning, is a common side effect for those of us living with MBC. Psilocybin-assisted therapy has been tested and found effective in relieving distress among advanced cancer patients but is not widely available. Our new series provides an introduction to the potential of psilocybin-assisted therapy in healing—rather than suppressing—our distress. In this first episode, co-host and producer of this series, Dr. Paula Jayne, and co-host Lynda Weatherby interview Dr. Boadie Dunlop, Director of the Mood and Anxiety Disorders Program at Emory University. Dr. Dunlop shares existing and emerging data on how psilocybin may help those of us living with MBC and discusses an upcoming pilot trial of psilocybin-assisted therapy at Emory University's Palliative and Supportive Care Clinic.Thanks for listening!More info is available on our website: www.ourmbclife.orgGot something to share? Feedback? Email: email@example.comSend us a voice recording via email or through speakpipe on our website. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter @ourmbclife.
Join host Dr. Larry Benz, nationally recognized for his expertise in private practice physical therapy and occupational medicine alongside NEW co-hosts Tim Reynolds and Bryan Guzski. From Evidence In Motion, The Practice Leadership Podcast's Movers and Shakers Season will go straight to the source, asking the industry heavyweights about research, social media, what technology challenges lie ahead, their seasoned advice form the clinic floor, and where to take action in advocacy. On the sixth episode, Larry Benz, Tim Reynolds and Bryan Guzski are joined by National Association of Black Physical Therapists (NABPT) co-founders Dr. Oluremi Onifade, PT, DPT, M.Ed, CCVT, CCI & Dr. DeAndrea Bullock, PT, DPT, CCI, CDP. Dr. Oluremi Onifade is the current NABPT President, APTA GA DEI Committee Chair, and IDEAL Chief Brand Officer. She was born in Kenya to two immigrant parents from Kenya and Nigeria. The youngest of four moved to the states as a toddler. She attended Spelman College where she development a track to allow her to become a Physical Therapist. At Spelman, After the initial rejection to PT school, Dr. Onifade pursued a Master's of Kinesiology at Auburn University. While at Auburn, she earned a graduate assistant position in which she was an educator at a juvenile detention center for a year. Participating in this program she laid the foundation for future endeavors to educate and recruit people of color into the field of physical therapy. She earned her Doctor of Physical Therapy in 2013 from Emory University. After completing training in Neurological specialty in 2014, she went into Home Health in North Georgia. Currently she is in her seventh year treating both orthopedic and neurological cases at an outpatient clinic in Ellenwood, Georgia, where she serves as a minority partner and Clinic Director. In 2016 Dr. Onifade along with Dr. DeAndrea Bullock decided to co-found National Association of Black Physical Therapists (NABPT). Currently they have over 150 members in which the foundation paves the way to increase the numbers of the African Diaspora in the physical therapy field while increasing the knowledge and attendance of the black community for physical therapy. Dr. DeAndrea Bullock is the current NABPT Vice President and a Certified Diversity Professional Assistant Director of Clinical Education for the Doctor of Physical Therapy Program at Emory University of Medicine. She graduated from Kennesaw State University with a Bachelor of Science degree. She earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Emory University in 2013. Dr. Bullock has been practicing physical therapy for nearly 5 years for Wellstar. She started her career in acute care and inpatient rehab at Kennestone hospital. She then transitioned to Neuro Outpatient. Dr. Bullock now works at Emory University as an Assistant Professor. She enjoys mentorship and service projects and has helped mentor high school female athletes. Dr. Bullock is passionate about exposing resources to underserved communities and underrepresented minorities. Due to her own background, Dr. Bullock recognizes the importance of creating opportunities in different communities. She feels that when given the opportunity, young kids and adults can create the life that they want as opposed to reacting to life as it unfolds. They discussed how they were able to create the NABPT organization and how physical therapist outside the organization can support the organization. As well as how the physical therapy profession can recruit more students of color to enroll in physical therapy programs, financial barriers surrounding physical therapy programs, mentorship and more. More Links:National Association of Black Physical Therapists (NABPT) Larry Benz – Twitter - @PhysicalTherapy Tim Reynolds – Twitter -@ TimReynoldsDPTMovers & Mentors – Twitter - @MoversMentors Evidence In Motion – Twitter- @EIMTeam Additional Research NABPT 2022 Conference June 17-19, 2022 Become a Member with NABPT Start a Local Chapter with NABPT Become a Mentor with NABPT Advanced Principles of Patient-Client Management: Called to Care Online: Business Management Principles for the Rehab Therapist Online: Called to Care Ad Info: Evidence In Motion is excited to be back in person and back to hands-on learning for the 2022 Align Conference. This year you can join an all-star lineup of speakers in Dallas, Texas, August 26 through the 28. The labs and lectures focus on sharpening the physical, hands-on treatments essential to patient care. Save 5% on registration as a practice Leadership Podcast listener. Visit alignconference.com and use the promo code PRACTICELEADERSHIP at checkout.
CardioNerd (Amit Goyal), ACHD series co-chair Dr. Agnes Koczo (UPMC), and episode FIT lead, Dr. Logan Eberly (Emory University, incoming ACHD fellow at Boston Adult Congenital Heart) join Dr. Peter Ermis (Program Director of the Adult Congenital Heart Disease Program at Texas Children's Heart Center), and Dr. Scott Cohen (Associate Professor and Director of the Adult Congenital Heart Disease Program at the Medical College of Wisconsin) for a discussion about transitions of care in congenital heart disease. Audio editing by Dr. Gurleen Kaur (Director of the CardioNerds Internship and CardioNerds Academy Fellow). Congenital heart disease (CHD) is the most common clinically significant congenital defect, occurring in approximately 1 in 100 live births. With modern advances in pediatric cardiology and cardiac surgery, over 90% of children born in the developed world with CHD will now survive into adulthood, and there are currently more adults than children living with CHD in the United States1. As these children become adults, they will need to transition their care from pediatric to adult-centered care. Unfortunately, during this transition period, there is often delayed or inappropriate care, improper timing of the transfer of care, and undue emotional and financial stress on the patients, their families, and the healthcare system. At its worst, patients are lost to appropriate follow-up. In this episode, we review the current climate in transitions of care for CHD patients from child-centered to adult-centered care, discuss the difficulties that can occur during the transitions process. We further discuss how to mitigate them, and highlight the key elements to the successful transitions of care. The CardioNerds Adult Congenital Heart Disease (ACHD) series provides a comprehensive curriculum to dive deep into the labyrinthine world of congenital heart disease with the aim of empowering every CardioNerd to help improve the lives of people living with congenital heart disease. This series is multi-institutional collaborative project made possible by contributions of stellar fellow leads and expert faculty from several programs, led by series co-chairs, Dr. Josh Saef, Dr. Agnes Koczo, and Dr. Dan Clark. The CardioNerds Adult Congenital Heart Disease Series is developed in collaboration with the Adult Congenital Heart Association, The CHiP Network, and Heart University. See more Disclosures: None Pearls • Notes • References • Guest Profiles • Production Team CardioNerds Adult Congenital Heart Disease PageCardioNerds Episode PageCardioNerds AcademyCardionerds Healy Honor Roll CardioNerds Journal ClubSubscribe to The Heartbeat Newsletter!Check out CardioNerds SWAG!Become a CardioNerds Patron! Pearls - Transitions of Care in Congenital Heart Disease There is a clear distinction between the TRANSFER of care and TRANSITION of care. Transfer is merely moving from a pediatric to adult provider. Transition involves the continuing education of the patient with regards to their congenital heart disease, the importance of longitudinal follow up, and leading patients toward more autonomous medical care. Transition begins in the pediatric cardiology clinic prior to the transfer of care and is an ongoing process that continues well after the physical transfer of care. A critical aspect of the transition and transfer of care is cultivating trust—that is, the new adult congenital heart disease (ACHD) provider must earn the trust of the patient and family. A failure to do so will inevitably prevent an optimal transition of care. During transition, parents are transitioning along with their children. With transition to adult care, there is also a goal to transition responsibility for medical care from the parent to the child. Setting goals and expectations can help both the parents and the child effectively make this transition. Loss to follow up is one of the most concerning complications ...
Tyler jokes that there is no College Major on how to be a College Counselor. His own foray into College Counseling was unplanned. He discovered he loved working with High School kids. Tyler Sant is the Head of College Counseling at Atlanta International School (AIS). On our podcast, Tyler shares his background, his counseling philosophy, working with US and Int'l Colleges, managing expectations, and advice to high school students. In particular, we discuss the following with him: Tyler Sant's Background Approach to College Counseling Navigating Colleges in the US & Int'l Advice for High Schoolers Topics discussed in this episode: Introducing Tyler Sant, Atlanta Int'l School [0:53] Hi Fives - Podcast Highlights [1:55] Professional Background [4:24] Transition to High School [6:31] About Atlanta Int'l School [11:23] Students Explore Colleges in US and Outside [14:10] Role at the School [15:58] Philosophy of College Counseling [22:20] Managing Expectations [28:09] Choosing US, Int'l Colleges [36:47] Starting in 9th Grade [41:25] Changing Landscape [45:41] Advice for Applicants [54:20] Staying Excited [1:00:27] Our Guest: Tyler Sant is the Head of College Counseling at Atlanta International School. Tyler graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Psychology from Emory University. He then got a Master's degree in Public Administration from The University of Georgia. Memorable Quote: “As an international school, we have students and families and faculty from all over the world. It's 70 Plus nationalities represented in our community, I think 65 plus languages.” Tyler Sant on the Atlanta International School student body. Episode Transcript: Please visit Episode's Transcript. Recommended Episodes: College Experiences Calls-to-action: Subscribe to our Weekly Podcast Digest. Follow us on Instagram. To Ask the Guest a question, or to comment on this episode, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Subscribe or Follow our podcasts at any of these locations:Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify.
On the campus of Georgia Tech, Future U. host Michael Horn and guest host Aimée Eubanks Davis talk with Georgia Tech's President Ángel Cabrera, Emory University's President Greg Fenves, and members of both communities on strengthening student wellbeing, the role of an urban campus, and the impact of research universities. President Ángel Cabrera, Georgia TechPresident Gregory L. Fenves, Emory UniversityDean Charles Isbell, College of Computing, Georgia TechJoyelle Harris, Faculty Director, Georgia TechEric Weeks, Director, Emory's Center for Faculty Development and ExcellenceRazan Fasheh-Roberts, Senior Director, Salesforce
Aisha Jumaan is the Founder and President of the Yemen Relief and Reconstruction Foundation. Jumaan has over 30 years of experience in public health, including in viral vaccine preventable diseases, cancer research, maternal & child health and nutrition, and women in development. She worked with the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for over a decade. Jumaan also worked in her native home, Yemen, with the United Nations Population Fund and the United Nations Development Program. She also participated in health-related program development, evaluation, and training activities for the Peace Corps. She has served on the faculty of Emory University, as well as Sana'a University. Jumaan is currently working as an Independent Consultant coordinating health- projects in Yemen. Do something about it: https://bit.ly/leaveyemen
Dr. Altelisha “Lisha” Taylor is a family medicine resident, professional speaker, doctor-preneur, and money coach who promotes physician wellness through financial literacy. She is the founder of CareerMoneyMoves.com and creator of the Facebook Group Financial Grand Rounds, two platforms that help busy young professionals, especially doctors, put systems in place to build wealth. We first discussed something unrelated to personal finance and it was how someone who went to a super competitive undergrad like Duke, chose the not so competitive specialty of family medicine, and ultimately it came down how one defines success, and why its important to make sure we have internal measures of success rather than external ones. Then we got into the money stuff, like how as a resident she can discuss real estate when none of us had two nickels to rub together, the worst advice she every got, money mistakes she's made, common advice she gives to colleagues, why physicians love Robert Kiyosaki so much (who has become a doomsday prepper). Dr. Taylor got her bachelors from Duke University, MPH from George Washington University, MD from the University of Florida, and did her residency at Emory University. She was an exclusive content writer for Doximity, worked at the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, spent time in private equity, and even created the Personal Finance guide for Residents and Fellows at Emory University that is now on the GME website.
Dr. Ann Clark is a Michael Newton Institute-certified Life between Lives facilitator, and a Reiki Master. She is the owner of and practices at Wisdom for Wellness in Hoover, Alabama. Her popular Great Loss Workshops are offered online. She holds a BS in nursing from Macalester College, and an MN from Emory University. Her PhD […] The post Ann Clark Talks About the Life Between Lives appeared first on WebTalkRadio.net.
Dr. Ann Clark is a Michael Newton Institute-certified Life between Lives facilitator, and a Reiki Master. She is the owner of and practices at Wisdom for Wellness in Hoover, Alabama. Her popular Great Loss Workshops are offered online. She holds a BS in nursing from Macalester College, and an MN from Emory University. Her PhD […] The post Ann Clark Talks About the Life Between Lives appeared first on WebTalkRadio.net.
Stand Up is a daily podcast. I book,host,edit, post and promote new episodes with brilliant guests every day. Please subscribe now for as little as 5$ and gain access to a community of over 800 awesome, curious, kind, funny, brilliant, generous souls Check out StandUpwithPete.com to learn more As President of Brady, Kris Brown combines a lifelong background in policy, law, and grassroots activism with considerable strategic management expertise to help forge the direction of the organization's programs and ensure the successful impact of its national and field assets. A veteran of gun violence prevention work, Ms. Brown started her career on Capitol Hill working for Rep. Jim Moran, advocating for the bill that would eventually become the groundbreaking Brady Bill requiring background checks on federally licensed gun sales. Ms. Brown has also served as the Chief Legal Officer to a publicly traded company based in Switzerland and as a lawyer practicing at the law firm Weil, Gotshal & Manges. She lives in Arlington, VA, with her two teenage daughters. At Brady, she has helped shape the conversation on gun violence as a national health care crisis, launched the organization's groundbreaking safe storage campaign to End Family Fire, and formed Brady's Team Enough youth initiative after the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School massacre in Parkland, FL. A noted speaker and media commentator, Ms. Brown was featured in the November 2018 TIME magazine cover article, “Guns in America,” in which she noted that Brady is working to move the discussion of gun violence beyond the polarizing politics in American life. “There's a huge amount of common ground on this issue in this country and I hope we're finally at a tipping point where we can move forward with legislation and [programs] that actually protect people, and are entirely consistent with the Second Amendment.” Eric J. Segall graduated from Emory University, Phi Beta Kappa 27 and summa cum laude, and from Vanderbilt Law School, where he was the research editor for the Law Review and member of Order of the Coif. He clerked for the Chief Judge Charles Moye Jr. for the Northern District of Georgia, and Albert J. Henderson of the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals. After his clerkships, Segall worked for Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher and the U.S. Department of Justice, before joining the Georgia State faculty in 1991. Segall teaches federal courts and constitutional law I and II. He is the author of the books Originalism as Faith and Supreme Myths: Why the Supreme Court is not a Court and its Justices are not Judges. His articles on constitutional law have appeared in, among others, the Harvard Law Review Forum, the Stanford Law Review On Line, the UCLA Law Review, the George Washington Law Review, the Washington University Law Review, the University of Pennsylvania Journal of Constitutional Law, the Northwestern University Law Review Colloquy, and Constitutional Commentary among many others. Segall's op-eds and essays have appeared in the New York Times, the LA Times, The Atlantic, SLATE, Vox, Salon, and the Daily Beast, among others. He has appeared on CNN, Fox News, MSNBC, and France 24 and all four of Atlanta's local television stations. He has also appeared on numerous local and national radio shows. Listen and Subscribe to Eric's Podcast Supreme Myths and follow him on Tik Tok! Check out all things Jon Carroll Follow and Support Pete Coe Pete on YouTube Pete on Twitter Pete On Instagram Pete Personal FB page
In this special episode, Mike "@nongaap" Puangmalai, Resident Artist at WCM Investment Management, joins Phil and Elliot to share the origin story behind his insights into corporate governance, which led to the "Dark Arts" series and an investment process built around analyzing corporate governance. Mike shares some of the secrets he learned from rigorous proxy analysis, his thoughts on the maturation cycle of recently public companies, and the one most valuable trick investors can deploy today to decipher whether a management team is truly aligned with investors. Enjoy the conversation! The primary purpose of this podcast is to educate and inform. The views, information, or opinions expressed by hosts or guests are their own. Neither this show, nor any of its content should be construed as investment advice or as a recommendation to buy or sell any particular security. Security specific information shared on this podcast should not be relied upon as a basis for your own investment decisions -- be sure to do your own research. The podcast hosts and participants may have a position in the securities mentioned, personally, through sub accounts and/or through separate funds and may change their holdings at any time. About the Co-Hosts: Elliot Turner is a co-founder and Managing Partner, CIO at RGA Investment Advisors, LLC. RGA Investment Advisors runs a long-term, low turnover, growth at a reasonable price investment strategy seeking out global opportunities. Elliot focuses on discovering and analyzing long-term, high quality investment opportunities and strategic portfolio management. Prior to joining RGA, Elliot managed portfolios at at AustinWeston Asset Management LLC, Chimera Securities and T3 Capital. Elliot holds the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation as well as a Juris Doctor from Brooklyn Law School.. He also holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Emory University where he double majored in Political Science and Philosophy. Philip Ordway is Managing Principal and Portfolio Manager of Anabatic Fund, L.P. Previously, Philip was a partner at Chicago Fundamental Investment Partners (CFIP). At CFIP, which he joined in 2007, Philip was responsible for investments across the capital structure in various industries. Prior to joining CFIP, Philip was an analyst in structured corporate finance with Citigroup Global Markets, Inc. from 2002 to 2005. Philip earned his B.S. in Education & Social Policy and Economics from Northwestern University in 2002 and his M.B.A. from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University in 2007, where he now serves as an Adjunct Professor in the Finance Department.
We have another business pickle to address. This time it's with Christine Jones who is having problem with her organization not taking customer complaints or the Voice of Customer program seriously. We have been there. Ryan once worked at a grocery store that had a suggestion box that he never once in all the years he worked there saw opened. He suspects that no one even had the key anymore. Colin's corporate employer engaged in a pricey customer survey every year, listened to the results, including the complaints, and then carried on with business-as-usual. When Colin complained, one person suggested maybe they stop doing the customer survey. In this episode, we explore why this happens with Voice of Customer feedback and complaints. We also share practical and actionable steps to change this for your organizations—and none of them are to stop getting customer feedback. Key Ideas to Improve your Customer Experience Organizations that are monopolies don't need to bother with customer feedback. However, monopolies are few and far between. For the rest of the organizations, which is almost all of them, competition necessitates taking customer complaints seriously—before your customers become the competition's customers. Here are a few key moments in the discussion: 01:58 We read Christine's pickle and share our stories that commiserate her problem, because it's not an uncommon one, especially in business today. 06:00 Colin shares his last point first with Christine, which is exactly what he did in the same situation: realize that it could be that this organization might not be the best fit for her long term. 13:57 Ryan explains that empathy for fellow employees will help customer strategy champions to help them prioritize the experience agenda, which might mean making allies higher up in the organization. 19:26 We discuss Confirmation Bias and Reference Points and how they play a role in how organizations view the Voice of Customer and customer complaints (hint: they are not small ones). 24:24 We share the practical things that Christine can do in this environment to affect change and get the organization to take customer complaints seriously. 29:24 We talk about what might be the greatest customer complaint ever set to music, United Breaks Guitars. Do you have a business pickle? Tell us about it here. Please tell us how we are doing! Complete this short survey. Customer Experience Information & Resources LinkedIn recognizes Colin Shaw as one of the 'World's Top 150 Business Influencers.' As a result, he has 290,000 followers of his work. Shaw is Founder and CEO of Beyond Philosophy LLC, which helps organizations unlock growth by discovering customers' hidden, unmet needs that drive value ($). The Financial Times selected Beyond Philosophy as one of the best management consultancies for the last four years in a row. Follow Colin on LinkedIn and Twitter. Click here to learn more about Professor Ryan Hamilton of Emory University. Why Customers Buy: As an official "Influencer" on LinkedIn, Colin writes a regular newsletter on all things Customer Experience. Click here to join the other 35,000 subscribers. How can we help? Click here to learn more about Beyond Philosophy's Suite of Services.
Bill spoke with Mark Bauerlein, author of “The Dumbest Generation: How the Digital Age Stupefies Young Americans and Jeopardizes Our Future.” Mark Bauerlein is a professor emeritus of English at Emory University and an editor at First Things where he hosts a podcast twice a week. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Bill spoke with Mark Bauerlein, author of "The Dumbest Generation: How the Digital Age Stupefies Young Americans and Jeopardizes Our Future." Mark Bauerlein is a professor emeritus of English at Emory University and an editor at First Things where he hosts a podcast twice a week. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Hosted by Andrew Keen, Keen On features conversations with some of the world's leading thinkers and writers about the economic, political, and technological issues being discussed in the news, right now. In this episode, Andrew is joined by Vivek Wadhwa, author of Driver in the Driverless Car: How Our Technology Choices Will Create the Future. Vivek Wadhwa is an academic, entrepreneur, and author of five best-selling books: From Incremental to Exponential; Your Happiness Was Hacked; The Driver in the Driverless Car; Innovating Women; and The Immigrant Exodus. He has been a globally syndicated columnist for The Washington Post and has held appointments as Distinguished Fellow at Harvard Law School's Labor and Worklife Program, Carnegie Mellon University, and Emory University; adjunct professor at Carnegie Mellon and Duke University; fellow at Stanford Law School and UC Berkeley; and head of faculty at Singularity University. He was also named one of the world's “Top 100 Global Thinkers” by Foreign Policy magazine in that year; in June 2013, he was on TIME magazine's list of “Tech 40”, one of forty of the most influential minds in tech; and in September 2015, he was second on a list of “ten men worth emulating” in The Financial Times. In 2018, he was awarded Silicon Valley Forum's Visionary Award, a list of luminaries “who have made Silicon Valley synonymous with creativity and life-changing advancements in technology.” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
All I Know Is This is back with a new season! In season 3, Amy will be joined by special guest Dr. Ryan Bonfiglio, the Assistant Professor in the Practice of Old Testament and Director of the Candler Foundry at the Candler School of Theology at Emory University. For four episodes they will unpack the directives in Micah 6:8 to "do justice, love kindness, and walk humbly with God." In episode 1, Amy and Ryan introduce this season by looking at the social, political, and theological moment in which Micah spoke these words and uncover some surprising similarities to today as we seek to get "back to basics" with this verse.
This lecture was given on March 22, 2022 at the University of Arizona. The slides for this talk can be found at https://tinyurl.com/2t8ptvdk. For more information on upcoming events, please visit our website at www.thomisticinstitute.org. About the speaker: Joseph E. Capizzi is Ordinary Professor of Moral Theology at the Catholic University of America. He teaches in the areas of social and political theology, with special interests in issues in peace and war, citizenship, political authority, and Augustinian theology. He has written, lectured, and published widely on just war theory, bioethics, the history of moral theology, and political liberalism. Dr. Capizzi is the Executive Director of the Institute for Human Ecology at Catholic University. He received his B.A. from the University of Virginia, his Masters in Theological Studies from Emory University, and his M.A. and Ph.D. in Theology from the University of Notre Dame. He lives in Maryland with his wife and six children.
Earlier this year, the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) proposed new regulations that would require publicly-traded companies to estimate their greenhouse gas emissions and disclose certain climate risks. The mandated rules around disclosure would be unprecedented in the United States and come at a time when investors are increasingly concerned about companies' environmental, social, and governance (ESG) commitments. But the controversial measure is stirring up complaints – from those who say it goes too far, and others who say it doesn't go far enough. For deeper insight into the SEC's proposed rules, host Bill Loveless spoke with Dr. Shivaram Rajgopal, the Kester and Byrnes Professor of Accounting and Auditing at Columbia Business School. Shivaram was previously a faculty member at Duke University, Emory University and the University of Washington, and his work is frequently cited in outlets like The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Bloomberg, and Forbes. Together, they discuss some of the key provisions in the proposal and the broader implications it could have for the future of corporate climate accountability.
Dr. Chrystal Paulos is an Associate Professor in the departments of Surgery and Microbiology and Immunology at Emory University and the Director of Translational Research for Cutaneous Malignancies at the Winship Cancer Institute. Dr. Paulos earned her PhD in Biochemistry from Purdue University and did post-doctoral fellowships in gene therapy at the University of Pennsylvania and in Tumor Immunology at the NIH. She then joined the faculty at the Medical University of South Carolina where she established her lab before moving to Emory. Today Dr. Paulos talks with us about her professional journey, her passion for research, her delight in seeing her students succeed, and offers her thoughts on how we train and retain basic and translational scientists. Credits: Our thanks to Dr. Paulos for being on the podcast. Follow Dr. Paulos on Twitter: @Chrystal_Paulos Dr. Paulos' faculty page and lab website: https://winshipcancer.emory.edu/bios/faculty/paulos-chrystal.html https://www.thepauloslaboratory.com/ Host: Bejan Saeedi Co-Host and Audio Engineer – Joe Behnke Executive Producer and Social Media Coordinator – Carey Jansen Executive Producer – Michael Sayegh Faculty Advisor – Dr. Brian Robinson Twitter: @behindthescope_ Instagram: @behindthemicroscopepod Facebook: @behindthemicroscope1 Website: behindthemicroscope.com