Don't miss this fascinating conversation w/RC Williams of SherlocExposes.com ! Elites in the federal government hate cash because they hate Americans who love freedom. Cash provides privacy, an easy way for individuals to settle debts or sell goods without big govt intrusion; cash can't be taxed or tracked, preventing Uncle Sam from getting involved in petty transactions. On the other hand, CBDCs allow big govt to track and control every penny you earn, save and spend. They're also a powerful tool for politicians to take and redistribute your hard earned paycheck as they see fit. CBDCs allow centralized govt controlled banks to impose negative interest rates where you essentially pay the bank for holding your money! Not to mention, CBDCs have an expiration date and enable ESG scores to be imposed on you if you don't bow down to Uncle Sam. WATCH AND SUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL https://www.youtube.com/@carljacksonshowandblog More: www.TheCarljacksonshow.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thecarljacksonshow Twitter: https://twitter.com/carljacksonshow Parler: https://parler.com/carljacksonshowSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) is a high profile – and quickly evolving – set of standards by which organizations are being measured. Customers and the market as a whole are often watching closely to see what commitments they make and how they perform against those targets. For supply chain professionals, this means it is critical to understand all the risks covered by the ‘umbrella' of ESG, including environmental (e.g., climate change and emissions), social (human rights, labor), and governance (compliance, sanctions, and anti-corruption).Heiko Schwarz is the founder of riskmethods, now Sphera Supply Chain Risk Management. He has successfully led companies through the adoption of supply chain risk management (SCRM) technology for over a decade.In this livestream-based session, Heiko joins hosts Scott Luton and Enrique Alvarez from Vector Global Logistics to discuss:• Why ESG is an expanding part of global supply chains and how it factors into the ongoing effort to manage supply chain risk• The cross-functional collaboration required to build a sustainable ESG program that achieves its stated goals at scale• How technology is not only making it possible for supply chain teams to balance the demands of risk management and ESG targets, but also setting them up for success as wellAdditional Links & Resources:Learn more about Supply Chain Now: https://supplychainnow.comCheck out our new Supply Chain Now Media Kit: https://bit.ly/3emdLcKSubscribe to Supply Chain Now and all other Supply Chain Now programs: https://supplychainnow.com/subscribeJoin the NOW Community: http://bit.ly/41kpUSOLeveraging Logistics and Supply Chain for Ukraine: https://vectorgl.com/stand-with-ukraine/2023 Q1 U.S. Bank Freight Payment Index: https://bit.ly/3VuwnIkWEBINAR- “Decoding Digital Transformation” – Charting a path forward: https://bit.ly/3VvVc6VWEBINAR- 5 Reasons Network Design is Essential to Supply Chain Resiliency: https://bit.ly/3MxcCNsThis episode is hosted by Scott Luton and Enrique Alvarez. For additional information, please visit our dedicated show page at: https://supplychainnow.com/how-adapt-supply-chain-risk-programs-evolving-ESG-mandates-1120
Glenn and Pat react to the latest transgender propaganda, including Target's problematic, new trans swimwear for children. Glenn exposes the radical ideology of the designer who designed the woke products for Target, including his endorsement of satanism. Bud Light continues to feel the backlash from its Dylan Mulvaney partnership, this time from the Left, as its ESG score takes a hit. Does the 14th Amendment give President Biden the power to raise the debt ceiling unilaterally? Multiple cities across the country are allowing polygamous relationships. Why haven't we learned more about who had ties with Jeffrey Epstein? Rep. James Comer joins to discuss the next moves in the GOP's investigation into Hunter Biden's crimes. Glenn exposes a shocking New York Times article — printed only in physical copies of the paper — regarding the Russia-Ukraine war. Is Biden sending F-16s to Ukraine? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Rep. Jim Jordan joins Glenn to break down the committee hearing with FBI whistleblowers, the shocking accusations given, and how we can stand up against the weaponization of the FBI. Hoover Institution senior fellow Victor Davis Hanson joins Glenn to discuss the looming counterrevolution. 1792 Exchange President Paul Fitzpatrick joins to discuss where we're at in the fight against ESG. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On Thursday's Mark Levin Show, Democrats are trying to intimidate rank-and-file FBI agents to not come forward about corruption within the agency, and they are going after any whistleblower that comes out against the Biden administration. The iron fist of the Democrat party to silence whistleblowers while the media sit by silently and watch is a sign of the unraveling of our republic. Three FBI agents testified to Congress about what they have seen and are being attacked and silenced by Democrats. Next, Democrats have turned to corporations to push their woke agenda on gender, ESG, and Marxism, and Disney is a prime example. Disney under CEO Bob Iger is turning the company into a woke disaster, getting involved in the classroom, and fighting Florida Governor Ron DeSantis for putting a stop to it. We cannot allow these corporatists to run our country, who are woke political hacks using money from companies they didn't build. Later, the Biden administration is blaming the pandemic, inflation, and El Nino for affecting the maintenance of our infrastructure and power grid. They systematically go through our energy system and destroy it, and then act surprised when our electrical grid cannot handle the overload. We had diverse sources of energy under President Trump, but President Biden has done everything to kill gas and coal among others. Meanwhile, we have people like Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg going on about Transportation and Environmental equity, which is just cover for Democrats to take power. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Are you aware of how much progress we are making on addressing climate change? There are all-these-pledges and all-these-plans made by companies, but have those plans been useful? Are they actually making progress on cutting emissions or are they just saying, “yeah we care about it, and we will do….something.” And what are those “somethings?” Are they far away technologies that can suck the bad stuff out of our atmosphere like a sort of techno-savior? Or something else? We answer those questions on this episode of ESG now.Host: Mike Disabato, MSCI ESG Research Guests: Sylvain Vanston and Chris Cote, MSCI ESG Research
Lance Roberts' Real Investment Hour
(5/19/23) Market performance vs economic data: This is a White-collar Recession; the AI narrative has created a positive fever in Tech stocks. Janet Yellen's Only Fans plan; Where do you place your money now for the least risk? The importance of Financial Plan Matching. Is there industry pressure for ESG? Need for Investment Policy Statement to include, "no ESG." Book: "Capitalist Punishment;" "Green Smuggling" noted by Committee to Unleash Posterity; financial managers pushing for political agendas over profits for customers. Is your portfolio being "greenwashed:" no product change, but higher "ESG" fees? How a charitable giving strategy would work w ESG; Candid Coffee preview; Touring Texas; "Easy Riders" redux: "ESG Rider?" Activities w Kids, and a generation that's moving away from social media (Generation Alpha). SEG-1: This is a White-Collar Recession SEG-2: Janet Yellen's Only Fans & Financial Plan Matching SEG-3: Is ESG Investing DOA? SEG-4: Charitable Giving Strategies & ESG Investing Hosted by RIA Advisors Director of Financial Planning, Richard Rosso, CFP, w Senior Advisor Danny Ratliff, CFP Produced by Brent Clanton, Executive Producer -------- Watch today's show on our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4zpbNF_feEE&list=PLVT8LcWPeAugpcGzM8hHyEP11lE87RYPe&index=1 -------- The latest installment of our new feature, Before the Bell | "Is It Too Late to Get Into AI Trades?" is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9uN009ZF1WM&list=PLwNgo56zE4RAbkqxgdj-8GOvjZTp9_Zlz&index=1 -------- Our previous show is here: "Have We Already Gone Through a Recession that Didn't Register?" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q-PJcFnut-Q&list=PLVT8LcWPeAugpcGzM8hHyEP11lE87RYPe&index=1&t=4s -------- Register for our next Candid Coffee: "Breaking Your Money Malaise this Summer:" https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/1116747842950/WN_ht5MHKFTSX2kRo0__-DtLw ------- Articles Mentioned in Today's Show: "Headwinds To Lower Bond Yields" https://realinvestmentadvice.com/headwinds-to-lower-bond-yields "The AI Revolution. A Repeat Of History." https://realinvestmentadvice.com/the-ai-revolution-a-repeat-of-history/ ------- Get more info & commentary: https://realinvestmentadvice.com/newsletter/ -------- SUBSCRIBE to The Real Investment Show here: http://www.youtube.com/c/TheRealInvestmentShow -------- Visit our Site: https://www.realinvestmentadvice.com Contact Us: 1-855-RIA-PLAN -------- Subscribe to SimpleVisor: https://www.simplevisor.com/register-new -------- Connect with us on social: https://twitter.com/RealInvAdvice https://twitter.com/LanceRoberts https://www.facebook.com/RealInvestmentAdvice/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/realinvestmentadvice/ #InvestingAdvice #Recession #ESG #WhiteCollarRecession #ESGInvesting #CharitableGiving #FinancialPlanMatching #JanetYellen #AI #Markets #Money #Investing
Rep. Jim Jordan joins Glenn to break down the committee hearing with FBI whistleblowers, the shocking accusations given, and how we can stand up against the weaponization of the FBI. Pat Gray joins Glenn and Stu to discuss the possibility of a Biden impeachment as articles of impeachment have been filed, the weaponization of the FBI, and Pete Buttigieg. Glenn urges his viewers to download "The Reckoning Guide" and overwhelm all the local prosecutors to follow the law and prosecute Hunter Biden. Hoover Institution senior fellow Victor Davis Hanson joins Glenn to discuss the looming counterrevolution. Glenn and Stu dissect the story of a Washington official defending a sexual predator over one of his victims. 1792 Exchange President Paul Fitzpatrick joins to discuss where we're at in the fight against ESG. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Andy & Scott discuss the legislature's agreement on education funding, the State Treasurer's performative (and hurtful) ban on banks with ESG funds, and AG Drummond doing the bare minimum to win hearts & minds. Education deal: Teacher pay, maternity leave and formula tweaks to unlock tax credit bill (NonDoc)OK Senate leader offers hope OETA will be funded despite Stitt veto controversy (The Oklahoman)Oklahoma may be hurting itself with a ban on some big banks and financial firms (The Oklahoman)AG delays enforcement of OK trans health care ban (The Oklahoman)
Erin Bigley, chief responsibility officer at AllianceBernstein, pulls back the curtain on transparency and decision making in asset management. Erin and Mandi McReynolds, Workiva's vice president of global ESG, discuss the realities of corporate greenwashing, measuring and managing social risks, and more.
PwC's accounting and financial reporting podcast
The International Sustainability Standards Board (ISSB) has been working quickly through deliberations on its proposals to create a comprehensive global baseline of sustainability disclosures. Final standards are expected by the end of Q2 2023. But implementing an effective global baseline goes beyond simply setting standards – it requires a new set of capabilities, infrastructure, knowledge, and talent in economies around the world.How will this be accomplished? This week, Heather Horn was joined by Jingdong Hua, Vice Chair of the ISSB, and Mardi McBrien, Strategic Affairs Director of the IFRS Foundation, to discuss the topic of “capacity building” and how the IFRS Foundation is focused on bringing the global reporting community along the sustainability reporting journey.In this episode, you'll hear discussion of:2:29 - What capacity building means4:59 - How the ISSB is creating partnerships to advance its progress toward building capacity12:35 - The importance of interoperability across jurisdictions and regulatory frameworks17:50 - The ISSB's three-part capacity building framework26:21 - How the ISSB is bringing together stakeholders with varying interests for common goals28:40 - Expectations on timing of release of final ISSB standards and resources for companies to prepareWant to hear more about the ISSB? Listen to our previous podcasts on its fast-paced deliberations as well as PwC's responses to the ISSB exposure drafts. For more on how ISSB standards compare to other proposals, read our publication: Navigating the ESG landscape.Jingdong Hua is the Vice Chair of the ISSB. His role on the board is to develop and implement the ISSB's strategies to support and include stakeholders in emerging and developing economies as well as small and medium-sized companies. He is the former Vice President and Treasurer of World Bank, where he specialized in sustainability bonds and developed the world's first “green-bond.” Mardi McBrien is the Director of Strategic Affairs at the IFRS Foundation responsible for sustainability reporting. In this role she has played an active part in setting up the ISSB. Prior to the IFRS Foundation, Mardi spent over a decade leading the global ESG standard setter, the Climate Disclosure Standards Board (CDSB), in developing quality disclosure standards and thought leadership on environmental and social issues.Heather Horn is PwC's National Office thought leader, responsible for developing our communications strategy and conveying firm positions on accounting and financial reporting matters. She is the engaging host of PwC's accounting and reporting weekly podcast and quarterly webcast series. With over 30 years of experience, Heather's accounting and auditing expertise includes financial instruments and rate-regulated accounting.Transcripts available upon request for individuals who may need a disability-related accommodation. Please send requests to email@example.com.
The chief executive officer of the State Financial Officers Foundation says "we never really saw the [environmental, social, and governance] movement weaponized in a way that this White House and administration [have] weaponized it.""Certainly, fund managers like BlackRock, State Street, Vanguard have weaponized it, and so it's really just been in the last two years that we've seen them use funds, like pension retirement funds, in a way that leverages those dollars to push these social agendas," Derek Kreifels says of the so-called ESG movement."And so, our simple premise and argument has been, if most Americans knew how their pension fund dollars were being invested, they would probably be appalled and shocked," Kreifels says. "And so, we launched a campaign called 'Our Money, Our Values.'"Kreifels adds: It's available at our website OurMoneyOurValues.com, where we're trying to educate Main Street America on the dangers of ESG investing and what they can do specifically at the retail level to go to their neighborhood financial adviser and ask certain questions about the kind of fund managers that are managing their dollars and how to change that if there are companies that are managing dollars that they don't necessarily agree with their actions.Kreifels joins today's episode of "The Daily Signal Podcast" to further discuss environmental, social, and governance policies, some of the ways that the State Financial Officers Foundation is helping states navigate the ESG issues and what resources are available to them, and what the media are missing in its coverage of ESG. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Marty sits down with Dr. Michael Rectenwald to discuss the The Great Reset, stakeholder capitalism, CBDCs, and asserting autonomy against a neo-feudal future. Michael's website: https://www.michaelrectenwald.com/ Michael's Mises presentation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WGg9j-qCNt0 8:07 - Michael's presentation on Great Reset10:29 - Stakeholder capitalism14:15 - ESG leads to corporate rule18:32 - Mock the rulers20:23 - Neo-techno-feudalism while infrastructure breaks24:03 - Refusing CBDCs, Bitcoin and gold27:21 - Bitcoiners at Mises and Bitcoin FUD29:45 - The lies are being noticed32:28 - Control through social credit and social perception36:55 - The letter agencies cause the problems they claim to solve38:04 - Asserting autonomy44:37 - Bank failures will be the CBDC trigger46:42 - Defending against ideological onslaught51:05 - Fighting evil54:20 - Wrapping up, plugs Shoutout to our sponsors: Unchained River CrowdHealth Bitcoin Talent Co TFTC Merch is Available: Shop Now Join the TFTC Movement: Main YT Channel Clips YT Channel Website Twitter Instagram Follow Marty Bent: Twitter Newsletter Podcast
On this episode of Financially Naked: Stories from The Financial Gym, our host is Garrett Faulconer, a Level 3 Certified Financial Trainer, and he is joined by Elizabeth Landau, Co-Founder and COO of GreenPortfolio. GreenPortfolio's mission is to be your guide to climate-friendly financial decision-making. Every dollar you save and invest can be one of your most powerful tools to help fight climate change. Today, we're talking about impact investing. Impact investing is investing your money in a way that not only generates financial returns but also positively impacts society and the environment. It's become super popular lately, as more and more people want to put their money where their values are. In this episode, we'll explore the basics of impact investing, the difference between 'impact investing' and 'ESG funds,' and how GreenPortfolio can help you make decisions that align with your values. For more details check out our show notes here! If you want to work with a Certified Financial Trainer to help navigate your finances, schedule a free warm-up call today! If you have any ideas or questions for the show, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Meet The Trainer Meet Garrett Faulconor, Level 3 Certified Financial Trainer Connect with Elizabeth & GreenPortfolio Website: GreenPortfolio Instagram: @greenportfolio_ TikTok: @greenportfolio YouTube: GreenPortfolio LinkedIn: GreenPortfolio | Elizabeth Landau Your money can be your most valuable tool to fight climate change — if you know where to put it. GreenPortfolio is your guide for climate-friendly banking and investing. Discover your money's climate impact and make a change — whether you're getting your first bank account or you're a seasoned investor. It's time to finance a future you believe in. Sign up today! Please Note: This is for informational purposes only and not financial advice. Opinions expressed here are not those of any bank, credit card issuer, or financial institution. Please complete your own due diligence before making any financial decisions.
The Green Building Matters Podcast with Charlie Cichetti
James Nash has founded 3 companies. The first was Bike Dock Solutions in 2008 which started life as a university project. Much of his focus currently is on ActiveScore which helps building owners and developers improve their cycling and active travel facilities. They have helped design and certify 350+ developments in Europe, US, Asia, Middle East and Australia-including 22 Bishopsgate in London, which is the largest office building in Europe. Clients include Blackstone, Brookfield, Lendlease, Invesco, Vornado Realty Trust, BentallGreenOak, GID, JLL, CBRE, Savills, Knight Frank, Colliers, Perial, AXA IM, PATRIZIA, Bruntwood, and EcoWorld. ActiveScore is recognized by GRESB as a design and/or construction green building certification scheme. He has also been an advisor to WELL Certification on all things Cycling and active travel related. For real estate sustainability/mobility consultants and architects they have an extremely popular free AP Programme with over 500 AP's from over 40 countries. Show Highlights The proactive part of wellness in and around buildings and communities you need to consider for healthier buildings. The movement towards bike connective travel and bike share systems. James shares his entrepreneurial journey and start-up tips that transformed his business. The evolution of bike storage on ESG, various rating systems, tools and services provided for people who are occupants of a building. Active Score tools, advisory rolls and educational supports AP program that brings these best practices forward. Global expansion and global standard within buildings An emissions calculator that also includes scope free emissions The electrification of bikes and all things on wheels. An incredible opportunity and an area that currently isn't really getting much attention. “The main driver for this is the mindset change. I think building owners have realized the importance of these services from a sustainability point of view, but now also from a business case point of view. I think they realize that their tenants actually want much better cycle facilities or active travel facilities. It can actually help them attract tenants, whether it's a commercial office or whether it's a residential building.” -James Nash Get the episode transcript here!! Show Resource and Information James Nash on LinkedIn ActiveScore Certification The Chimp Paradox Connect with Charlie Cichetti and GBES Charlie on LinkedIn Green Building Educational Services GBES on Twitter Connect on LinkedIn Like on Facebook Google+ GBES Pinterest Pins GBES on Instagram GBES is excited our membership community is growing. Consider joining our membership community as members are given access to some of the guests on the podcasts that you can ask project questions. If you are preparing for an exam, there will be more assurance that you will pass your next exam, you will be given cliff notes if you are a member, and so much more. Go to www.gbes.com/join to learn more about the 4 different levels of access to this one-of-a-kind career-advancing green building community! If you truly enjoyed the show, don't forget to leave a positive rating and review on iTunes. We have prepared more episodes for the upcoming weeks, so come by again next week! Thank you for tuning in to the Green Building Matters Podcast! Copyright © 2023 GBES
This episode is part of our new Capital Series hosted by MCJ partner, Jason Jacobs. This series explores a diverse range of capital sources and the individuals who drive them. From family offices and institutional LPs to private equity, government funding, and more, we take a deep dive into the world of capital and its critical role in driving innovation and progress.Mohammad Barkeshli is the Vice President of Full Consequence Investing at Hall Capital Partners. Hall Capital Partners has a singular focus on building and managing large investment portfolios. Their clients include families, endowments, and foundations with over $40 billion under management. Mohammad focuses on the firm's impact investing efforts which they've coined Full Consequence Investing or FCI. He's responsible for research, identification, due diligence, and ongoing monitoring of investments across asset classes. Jason and Mohammad have a great discussion in this episode about Hall Capital's strategic approach, where it fits in the climate tech and capital stack, the criteria they use when making investment decisions, what they're hearing from their clients now, and how that's evolved.In this episode, we cover: [3:00] The benefits of increasing transparency across the capital stack and why Mohammad agreed to come on the show[4:35] An overview of Hall Capital[6:48] The firm's approach known as Full Consequence Investing (FCI)[8:25] The average asset class for its clients[11:38] Hall Capital's different investment vehicles[16:26] How the firm's investing teams are divided across asset classes[21:00] Mohammad's background[22:25] Where FCI fits into Hall Capital's story and brand[28:06] FCI as a key diligence effort for the firm's investment strategy[29:38] What falls within FCI and how Hall Capital evaluates opportunities across categories[34:00] The role of ESG across industries and investments[36:00] Hall Capital's process for working with clients who are interested in building a portfolio that's geared toward climate solutions[42:46] Balancing investments for profit, impact, and the public good[46:23] Limitations and challenges with time horizons[47:57] How Mohammad thinks about team and track record[52:55] Concessionary impact investments[1:00:57] Hall Capital's involvement with philanthropic capital[1:04:36] Areas Mohammad would like to improve for his clients and their investments[1:06:51] Who Hall Capital would like to hear from and how people can helpGet connected: Jason JacobsMohammad Barkeshli / Hall CapitalMCJ Podcast / Collective*You can also reach us via email at email@example.com, where we encourage you to share your feedback on episodes and suggestions for future topics or guests.Episode recorded on April 5, 2023.
Emilio Tenuta is senior vice president of Corporate Sustainability and chief sustainability officer for Ecolab. For the past 11 years, he has led Ecolab's strategic sustainability journey and is actively involved in advancing global sustainability practices, with a significant focus on water stewardship and climate action. In recent years, he's become a leader in environmental, social and governance (ESG) practices and reporting. Partnering with investor relations and Ecolab's Chief Executive Officer, Tenuta has advanced Ecolab's reputation as an ESG leading company. He is chair of the board of directors of the World Environment Center, a global non-profit, non-advocacy organization. Emilio is also on the leadership council of the Corporate Eco Forum. Emilio Joins Sustainable Nation to Discuss: Prioritizing sustainability work between customers and internal operations Ecolab establishing themselves as a corporate leader in the Dow Jones Sustainability World Index, CDP, and in other rankings Water and climate; the Ecolab Water for Climate strategy and The Water Resilience Coalition Closing the ‘say-do' sustainability gap Advice and recommendations for sustainability professionals Emilio's Final Five Questions Responses: What is one piece of advice you would give other sustainability professionals that might help them in their careers? If you really want to make a difference from a sustainability impact, work in the private sector. I believe there is this myth that the only place people can make a difference is by working for an environmental nonprofit. I think today in our discussion we've proven that Ecolab is living proof that more and more companies can deliver a positive impact in the world while driving profitable growth and helping communities thrive. What are you most excited about right now in the world of sustainability? The rise of ESG over the last five years. I'm most excited about the tremendous investment in sustainability, climate and water by the capital markets and investors to help the world decarbonize. I think mobilizing finance is a huge catalyst to driving the change we need to see in the world. What is one book you would recommend sustainability professionals read? I'm a big fan of Thomas Friedman, the author of The World is Flat. His latest book is really good called Thank You For Being Late. It's an interesting perspective on the convergence of technology, climate, and geopolitical challenges facing the world; something that is obviously very relevant today. What are some of your favorite resources or tools that really help you in your work? I'm a big fan of The World Resources Institute, which is a think tank out of Washington DC. I'm also a big fan of CDP, the Carbon Disclosure Project and the Water Resilience Coalition. After two and a half/three years now, there are a plethora of resources available if you go to the Water Resilience Coalition website that support not only the actions we need to take for a water constrained world, but also driving climate resilience. Where can people go to learn more about you and the work being done at Ecolab? Ecolab.com. It's a tremendous resource and I really commend our global communications team and our digital enablement team. They've done a great job of providing some tremendous resources there. I would encourage folks to follow me on LinkedIn. I'm very passionate about sharing the incredible things going on in the world not only with Ecolab, but with all of our partners, and then Twitter as well. Then I'll shout out to a publicly available tool called the Smartwater Navigator, which is available on smartwaternavigator.com, which is another great place to really learn more about the work that we're doing.
Many asset managers proxy vote for activist shareholder proposals, including to make Costco accountable for "deforestation" and force Home Depot to do a "racial equity audit." But with Vanguard taking a stand and BlackRock getting more skeptical, is the public ESG backlash having an effect? Plus, Baltimore sues Kia and Hyundai, saying their cars are too easy to steal. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this special LIVE edition of the Trish Regan Show, Trish takes questions and comments as she reports on the new commercial from Miller Lite that has everyone talking. Bud Light and Miller Lite seen to be in competition for the title of ‘most politically correct beer'.. There's only one problem, shareholders aren't please. Shares parent company of Molson Coors' traded down in the session as investors brace for another potential boycott. While the new ad may not be quite as memorable as the Dylan Mulvaney's commercial, it does highlight the influence of ESG investing at Miller Lite's parent company. To WATCH the show and subscribe to the next live program, head over to The Trish Regan Channel on Youtube.Support the show: https://trishregan.store/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In the world of economics, it's vital to understand energy. Energy is the economy. The economy and real estate are connected through multiple threads. The ESG movement of environmental sustainability and governance has its heart in the right place. The problem is the so-called greenwashing which is the process of adopting the branding of something green and environmentally friendly, but doing something dirty under the covers. On today's show we are going to be digging into some pretty shocking movements under the banner of ESG. -------------- Host: Victor Menasce email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Disruptive Forces in Investing
Japan, an outlier across the G10 nations, is truly an intriguing economy. While rates continue to remain high in many other developed markets, the Bank of Japan still employs its accommodative monetary policy and sees a lower impact of inflation. Given this unique backdrop, what can Japan offer to its investors? How else does this economy differ from the rest of the world? And how might Japanese investors engage with companies during proxy season differently than they do in North America and Europe? On this episode of Disruptive Forces, Anu Rajakumar chats with Kei Okamura, Portfolio Manager for Japanese Equities, to understand the nuances of the Japanese market today as well as the many facets of his approach to uncovering Japanese “hidden gems.” This podcast includes general market commentary, general investment education and general information about Neuberger Berman. It is provided for informational purposes only and nothing herein constitutes investment, legal, accounting or tax advice, or a recommendation to buy, sell or hold a security. This communication is not directed at any investor or category of investors and should not be regarded as investment advice or a suggestion to engage in or refrain from any investment-related course of action. Investment decisions should be made based on an investor's individual objectives and circumstances and in consultation with his or her advisors. Information is obtained from sources deemed reliable, but there is no representation or warranty as to its accuracy, completeness, or reliability. All information is current as of the date of recording and is subject to change without notice. Any views or opinions expressed may not reflect those of the firm as a whole. This material may include estimates, outlooks, projections and other “forward-looking statements.” Due to a variety of factors, actual events or market behavior may differ significantly from any views expressed. Neuberger Berman products and services may not be available in all jurisdictions or to all client types. Diversification does not guarantee profit or protect against loss in declining markets. Investing entails risks including the possible loss of principal. Investments in hedge funds and private equity are speculative, involve a higher degree of risk than more traditional investments and are intended for sophisticated investors only. Indexes are unmanaged and are not available for direct investment. Past performance is no guarantee of future results. Discussions of any specific sectors and companies are for informational purposes only. This material is not intended as a formal research report and should not be relied upon as a basis for making an investment decision. The firm, its employees and advisory accounts may hold positions of any companies discussed. Specific securities identified and described do not represent all of the securities purchased, sold or recommended for advisory clients. It should not be assumed that any investments in securities, companies, sectors or markets identified and described were or will be profitable. Any discussion of environmental, social and governance (ESG) factor and ratings are for informational purposes only and should not be relied upon as a basis for making an investment decision. ESG factors are one of many factors that may be considered when making investment decisions. This material is being issued on a limited basis through various global subsidiaries and affiliates of Neuberger Berman Group LLC. Please visit http://www.nb.com/disclosure-global-communications for the specific entities and jurisdictional limitations and restrictions. The “Neuberger Berman” name and logo are registered service marks of Neuberger Berman Group LLC. © 2023 Neuberger Berman Group LLC. All rights reserved.
Unleashed - How to Thrive as an Independent Professional
Show Notes: On May 12, 2023, Chad Oakley, CEO of Charles Aris, a top retained search firm in the US for placing former and current management consultants, spoke to members of Umbrex about the current state of the job market for consultants. Chad gave an introduction to Charles Aris and spoke about their strategy practice. He encouraged attendees to ask questions to make the conversation interactive. The conversation focused on the job market for consultants, including the current state of the market, the opportunities available, and the strategies consultants should use to navigate the market. Chad offered his perspective on the job market and provided insights for consultants looking for positions. Charles Aris, Executive Search Firm Charles Aris is a classic executive search firm that has been in business for 54 years and has 90 team members located across 15 states. They specialize in bespoke searches and their five main areas of focus are strategy, corporate development, finance and accounting, engineering, operations and supply chain, and sales and marketing. Their client base is split between private equity firms and non-private equity organizations. They also produce monthly newsletters about their searches and offer reports and compensation studies. Charles Aris has the largest strategy recruiting practice in the United States and their practice is headed by a former consultant from Deloitte Consulting and Wharton MBA. They specialize in placing current and former strategy consultants from firms such as Bain, BCG and McKinsey in various positions from pre-MBA level to partner level. Increased Demand for Management Consultants Since May 2022, the United States experienced unprecedented economic growth during the past year and unprecedented numbers of employees leaving current positions which led to a shortage of staff in many firms. As a recruiting firm, Charles Aris was overwhelmed with search requests and had to implement a 40-day delay on all new searches for the first time in its 54-year history. A pullback started in December, and interest rates were raised to tame inflation, even if that meant driving the economy into a recession. We are now in the middle of a transition from a 100% candidate-driven market to a 75% company-driven market. Despite this, mixed messages are coming from the market causing confusion; major corporations such as Amazon are announcing sizable layoffs, while the monthly labor reports are robust and unemployment rates have fallen. Chad explains what is behind the conflicting reports between the numbers. He goes on to explain how this has impacted the consulting sector, how numbers of hires have fallen dramatically compared to the previous year. He mentions how major consulting firms are rolling out their playbook, how they are managing people out, and promotions are slowing, taking on fewer hires, and he identifies a common lie amongst top-tier consulting firms when it comes to promotion, and what many firms are offering in terms of “transition payments” to accommodate moving people out of the firm. Areas of Demand for Management Consultants However, he also talks about what firms are looking for in terms of remote or on-location hires. He talks about the areas of consulting where there is an increase in demand for transformation skill sets. He explains that companies want to reduce their cost structure and are in need of transformation and cost containment experts. Companies have built up investments during the hay days and now need help unwinding them. Companies need assistance in cost containment as they look to their future and realize they likely won't hit their revenue targets. These transformation and cost containment services can help them reduce their cost structure, allowing them to be successful in the coming years. Private equity firms are facing a challenging time right now, as the cost of capital has increased and deal flow has slowed. To make up for this, private equity firms are investing in their existing portfolio companies to make sure they reach their full potential. There is a spike in demand for individuals who specialize in areas such as transformation and cost cutting, finance and accounting, talent professionals, and operations and supply chain. CFOs are the hardest positions for companies to fill due to a demand and supply imbalance. He recommends that independent consultants should specialize in a few areas to ensure they are able to take advantage of the current market demand with Finance as the highest area of demand. The Demand for Specialists over Generalists In the current economic downturn, companies are less likely to take risks on hiring generalists and more likely to hire specialists for projects. Companies want to make sure that their money is being spent in a way that will yield a strong return. Therefore, it is important for people to identify their true specialties and market themselves aggressively as a specialist in those areas. This can be difficult, as it is tempting to present oneself as a generalist in order to secure more work. However, companies in an economic downturn are more likely to look for specialists they can trust to get the job done. Chad offers key tips on how to market oneself in the current down market. Chad shares that demand is steady across all industries, with insurance companies being particularly consistent in their hiring practices; general financial services, life sciences, and healthcare also show steady demand. Consumer-facing and retail jobs, however, have seen less demand. To illustrate the extent of the downturn, he states that in the first four months of this year, they have enacted 30% fewer searches and that one should prepare for the ongoing downturn by cranking up their marketing efforts and skills. Finally, he also discusses some of the challenges consultants may face, such as the importance of having a strong online presence and demonstrating value to potential clients. The International and Future Market for Consulting Services Charles Aris represents the U.S. but has 50 partners in other countries. He shares feedback from their annual meeting in Columbia this year that a recession in the U.S. affects the rest of the international community and that a recession is inevitable. To ride the wave, Chad recommends taking proactive steps to deal with an economic downturn. He shares how they have seen a reduction in compensation rises without a decrease in current compensation. He shares how major consulting firms such as McKinsey are managing to maintain their current fees with their clients. In terms of the Data Science market, this is a no-lose career choice moving forward, but in the ESG sustainable market, a lot of companies consider this a luxury and it's not at the core of their business, Chad forecasts that companies will downplay the focus in this area. He confirms that corporations will reach out to independent consulting firms especially when they are experts in the fields of Finance, AI, Data Science, and Big Data, in addition to healthcare companies and hospital systems that may need to hire a boutique firm. How Independent Consultants Get Noticed by Recruiting Firms Chad explains that, despite how extremely talented and experienced his clients may be, they can't always place top talent with a company. The candidate's skills must be specific in alignment with the company's demands. When reaching out to an executive search firm, focus on the information on the resume because the resume will be uploaded to the internal database which will be matched with queries. Also, Identify what you are looking for in the initial email, but Chad also recommends that applicants should continue to network. When asked about working for private equity firm's portfolio companies, Chad explains that it's advisable to approach the professionals in the private equity firm to gain a better understanding on what the firm wants to accomplish and who to contact. He offers advice on email subject headings, the type of quantifiable information that will get you noticed, and when to follow up. He also explains how consultants who have “been on the beach” for an extended “vacation” should approach firms. Timestamps: 05:42: Current State of the Job Market 19:44: The demand for independent consultants vs. demand for consulting firms 24:02 Consulting Demand in Times of Uncertainty: Transformation and Cost Containment Skill Sets 32:31 Quantifying Expertise to Secure Consulting Gigs and Hiring Former Consultants for Full-Time Jobs 34:56 Impact of Recession on Recruiting and Consulting Services 37:51 Exploring the Impact of the US Economy on Business Development and Marketing Strategies 35:18 Bracing for a Tough Year: Insights from International Search Firms 39:36 Recession Strategies and Fee Levels in the Consulting Industry 54:09 Leveraging Independent Consulting Experience for Full-Time Roles Links: Website: https://charlesaris.com/ Unleashed is produced by Umbrex, which has a mission of connecting independent management consultants with one another, creating opportunities for members to meet, build relationships, and share lessons learned. Learn more at www.umbrex.com.
Jesse Lee Peterson Show Highlights
Bill Lockwood joins JLP to discuss ESG, Socialism, and Aztlán — Thursday, April 27, 2023
Today I'm joined by Flexport, an exciting and innovative software brand that is on a mission to make global trade easy for everyone. Flexport is building the platform for global logistics, empowering buyers, sellers and their logistics partners with the technology and services to grow and innovate. Companies of all sizes – from emerging brands to Fortune 500s – use Flexport technology to move more than $10B worth of merchandise across 112 countries every year. Today Will Urban, Chief Revenue Officer at Flexport, joins me to chat all about the company and what they do; making sustainability a priority; the importance of providing visibility and control in a fragmented industry; and why global trade is a force for good. Guest bio: Will Urban is Chief Revenue Officer at Flexport, where he's responsible for driving go-to-market strategy and maximizing the value Flexport delivers to clients. Will is a 25+ year freight forwarding and logistics industry veteran; prior to Flexport, Will was the Regional Vice President of Northwest USA, Expeditors, one of the largest territories for the company. He oversaw all sales and operations, sponsored Fortune 500 global accounts and led an organization with nearly 1,000 full time employees under his leadership. Will is a licensed U.S. Customs Broker and holds an IATA/FIATA certificate. IN THIS EPISODE WE DISCUSS: [06.55] The current landscape, and challenges, of global trade; how Flexport are helping their customers to tackle those challenges; and their vision to create a seamless experience in a fragmented industry. “The last 6 months… has shown two things: that our infrastructure in the US is over-taxed, and that visibility is not where it needs to be, when that system is taxed.” [10.19] Flexport's recent leadership changes; and what they mean for the company, and for the industry. “Dave [Clark] is all about scale and using technology to enhance what we're doing, so he's making the bridge between traditional freight forwarder and digital supply chain company.” [14.43] An overview of Flexport, what they do and how they help their customers; their mission to improve the supply chain industry; and what sets them apart. “What's really different is that we think about our competitors as our partners… we want to give our customers the very best experience, visibility and tools to help optimize their supply chain, end-to-end.” [19.00] Flexport's commitment to collaboration; and why harnessing the power of third-party partnerships is the way to better serve customers. “It's invisible to our clients, they don't have to worry about looking at a different system, receiving different reporting or updates in a different manner – it's that consistency that really drives the value.” [23.04] Why Flexport.org was established; how it's making a difference with sustainability and humanitarian work; and why global trade is a force for good. “We can be a very profitable business, and at the same time make a really great impact on the world.” [25.50] Teresa Carlson's appointment as head of Flexport.org, and exactly how her role will increase its positive global impact. [28.20] The importance of sustainability; what Flexport customers are doing, and asking for, when it comes to ESG goals; and how Flexport supports them. [33.19] Flexport Capital: how it has helped to keep small and medium-sized businesses afloat; and the importance of offering a holistic suite of solutions, all under one roof. [38.01] A case study detailing how Flexport helped a client analyze their supply chain to identify key areas to optimize, diversify and reduce cost. [41.15] The future for Flexport. “We're doubling down on technology… to make the platform the most meaningful, easy to use customer-centric supply chain tool.” RESOURCES AND LINKS MENTIONED: Head over to Flexport's website now to find out more and discover how they could help you too. You can also connect with Flexport and keep up to date with the latest over on LinkedIn, Twitter or Facebook, or you can connect with Will on LinkedIn. If you enjoyed this episode, and want to hear more about the recent changes at Flexport, check out episode 320: Going Inside The Mind of Anthony Miller. Check out our other podcasts HERE.
What's Working with Cam Marston
ESG is not something "out there" or only discussed in political environments. ESG (environmental, social, governance) is here and is shaping the way businesses interact with each other and with customers. Kai Gray and his parters run Motive ESG. They work with businesses to improve their ESG scores, thereby enabling them to compete for business with some of the nation's defense contractors, major manufactorers, building contractors and such. Kai predicts ESG will become a filter through which the next generation invests money and even buys product at the grocery store. Show Sponsors: Persons Services Corps E3 Termite & Pest Control Angelo DePaola - The Coastal Connection Realty Allison Horner - State Farm Agent Roy Lewis Construction Trey Langus - Transworld Business Advisors Find my book, What Works, highlighting the 10 best ideas from the first 200 episodes of What's Working. Available on Amazon.com.
Today it was announced that Elon Musk would be stepping down as CEO and replacing himself with Linda Yaccarino, a WEF Chair that prattles off ESG talking points like she wrote the manual. Bad bad bad. Then I cover the meltdown post Trump townhall. This was a fun one. Download Converso so you can text me during the show: My number is 555-175-8394 https://conversoapp.com/download-converso-liberty-lockdown/ Become a supporting member of Liberty Lockdown here!: https://libertylockdown.locals.com/ This is where I do monthly AMA's for supporting members only Super valuable stuff! Twitter: https://twitter.com/LibertyLockPod Pickup LL shirts over at https://www.toplobsta.com/pages/liber... All links: https://www.libertylockdownpodcast.com/ Linktree: https://linktr.ee/libertylockdown As always, if you leave a five star review on Apple Podcasts with your social media handle I'll read it on next weeks show (audio version only)! Love you long time Liberty Lockdown presents a variety of opinions, sometimes opposing and controversial. They are not representative of the host of the podcast. Guests are encouraged to express their opinions in a safe and equitable environment.
Planet MicroCap Podcast | MicroCap Investing Strategies
My guest on the show today is Roy Olivier, CEO and President of Research Solutions, Inc. (NASDAQ: RSSS). Research Solutions, Inc. (NASDAQ: RSSS) provides cloud-based technologies to streamline the process of obtaining, managing, and creating intellectual property. Founded in 2006 as Reprints Desk, the company was a pioneer in developing solutions to serve researchers. I did an interview on Planet MicroCap with Avi Fisher from Long Cast Advisors, where he described his thesis about Research Solutions, and so I wanted to invite on Roy to better understand the company, as well as: The company's pivot from an individual articles model to a platform model Industry tailwinds and headwinds What the company looks like in an OpenAccess world, and; Where he would like to see the company in 3-5 years With that, please enjoy my conversation with Roy Olivier, CEO and President of Research Solutions, Inc. For more information about Research Solutions, Inc., please visit: https://www.researchsolutions.com/ Today's episode is sponsored by: Socialsuite takes the complexity out of Environmental, Social, and Governance or ESG reporting. Socialsuite helps organizations to measure, monitor and report on their progress to create value through ESG in order to raise capital, improve brand and reputation, as well as mitigate risk. Socialsuite's software platform makes ESG reporting fast, simple and affordable. Companies can start building a baseline report in under 60 minutes and start reporting publicly within 30 days. Start your ESG journey - today. Visit https://www.socialsuitehq.com/ to learn more. This podcast was recorded and is being made available by SNN, Inc. (together with its affiliates and its and their employees, “SNN”) solely for informational purposes. SNN is not providing or undertaking to provide any financial, economic, legal, accounting, tax, or other advice in or by virtue of this podcast. The information, statements, comments, views, and opinions provided in this podcast are general in nature, and such information, statements, comments, views, and opinions, and the viewing of/listening to this podcast are not intended to be and should not be construed as the provision of investment advice by SNN. The information, statements, comments, views, and opinions expressed in this podcast do not constitute and should not be construed as an offer to buy or sell any securities or to make or consider any investment or other course of action. The information, statements, comments, views, and opinions expressed in this podcast (including by guest speakers who are not officers, employees, or agents of SNN) are not necessarily those of SNN and may not be current. Reference to any specific third-party entity, product, service, materials, or content does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation by the SNN. SNN assumes no responsibility or liability for the accuracy or completeness of the content contained in third party materials or on third party sites referenced in this podcast or the compliance with applicable laws of such materials and/or links referenced herein. The views expressed by guest speakers are their own and their appearance on this podcast does not imply an endorsement of them or any entity they represent. SNN does not make any representation or warranty as to the accuracy or completeness of any of the information, statements, comments, views, or opinions contained in this podcast, which may include forward-looking statements where actual results may differ materially. SNN does not undertake any obligation whatsoever to provide any form of update, amendment, change, or correction to any of the information, statements, comments, views or opinions set forth in this podcast. SNN EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS ANY AND ALL LIABILITY OR RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR OTHER DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF ANY INDIVIDUAL'S USE OF, REFERENCE TO, RELIANCE ON, OR INABILITY TO USE, THIS PODCAST OR THE INFORMATION PRESENTED IN THIS PODCAST. By accessing this podcast, the listener acknowledges that the entire contents and design of this podcast, are the property of SNN, or used by SNN with permission, and are protected under U.S. and international copyright and trademark laws. Except as otherwise provided herein, users of this podcast may save and use information contained in the podcast only for personal or other non-commercial educational purposes. No other use, including without limitation, reproduction, retransmission, or editing of this podcast may be made without the prior written consent of SNN.
Matthew Sekol, ESG and sustainability advocate at Microsoft, joins Mandi McReynolds on the latest episode of ESG Talk. Sekol explains why he believes understanding stakeholders is a critical component of the “G” and why governance is too often overlooked in the world of ESG. Resources: ESG Advocate Newsletter: https://esgadvocate.substack.com/
He wants to raise the voting age to 25, revive the spirit of Reagan, put America first, and stop talking about Trump. Meet entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy, who is running for the 2024 GOP Presidential Nomination. Original air date 12 May 2023.
With technology evolving rapidly in education, investors are taking a closer look at how it will financially impact the global education market. Stephen Byrd and Josh Baer discuss.----- Transcript -----Stephen Byrd: Welcome to Thoughts on the Market. I'm Stephen Byrd, Morgan Stanley's Global Head of Sustainability Research. Josh Baer: And I'm Josh Baer from the U.S. Software Team. Stephen Byrd: On the special episode of the podcast will discuss the global education market. It's Friday, May 12th at 10 a.m. in New York. Stephen Byrd: Education is one of the most fragmented sectors globally, and right now it's in the midst of significant tech disruption and transformation. Add to this, a number of dynamically shifting regulatory and policy regimes and you have a complex set up. I wanted to sit down with my colleague Josh to delve into the intersection of the EdTech and the sustainability side of this multi-layered story. Stephen Byrd: So, Josh, let's start by giving a snapshot of global education technology, particularly in this post-COVID and rather uncertain macro context we're dealing with. What are some of the biggest challenges and key debates that you're following? Josh Baer: Thanks, Stephen. One way that I think about the different EdTech players in the market is through the markets that they serve. So in the context of education, that means early learning, K-12, higher ed, corporate skilling and lifelong learning. The key debates here come down to what it usually comes down to for equities, growth and margins. So on the growth side, there's several conversations that we're constantly having with investors. Some business models are exposed to academic enrollments as a driver. To what extent would a weaker macro with higher unemployment lead to stronger enrollments given their historical countercyclical trends? And enrollments have been pressured as current or potential students were attracted to the job market. And on the margin side, some of the companies that we follow in the EdTech space, they're the ones that were experiencing very rapid growth during COVID and investment mode to really capture that opportunity. And so investors debate the unit economics of some of these business models and really the trajectory of margins and free cash flow looking ahead. One other more topical debate, the impact of generative A.I. on education, and maybe we'll hit on that topic later. Josh Baer: Stephen, why do these debates matter from the point of view of ESG, environmental, social and governance perspective? Why should investors view global education through a sustainability lens? Stephen Byrd: Yeah Josh I'd say among sustainability focused investors, typically the number one topic that comes up within the education sector is inequality. So higher education is a key pillar of economic development, but social and economic problems can arise from limited access. Unequal access to education can perpetuate all forms of socioeconomic inequality. It can limit social mobility, and it can also exacerbate health and income disparities among demographic groups. It can also restrict the potential talent pool and diversity of backgrounds and ideas in different academic fields, leading to all kinds of negative economic implications for both growth and innovation. While progress has been made in increasing enrollment among underrepresented students, significant disparities remain in admission and graduation rates. For investors and public equities, I think one of the more useful tools in our note is a proprietary framework that measures sustainability impact. Now that tool is really primarily rooted in the United Nations Sustainable Development goal number four, which lays out targets in education. This framework is rooted in the premise that I mentioned earlier. The COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated multiple challenges in education. So when we think about business models that we really like, we're focused on models that can improve the quality of student learning, enhance institutions' operations and increase access and affordability. And we think our stocks that we selected really do meet those objectives quite well. Stephen Byrd: Josh, what is the current size of the EdTech and education services markets and why invest now? Josh Baer: First, on the size of the market, we see global education spend of 6 trillion today going to 8 trillion in 2030. So that's a CAGR below the growth of GDP, but we do see faster growth in EdTech. So there's really compelling opportunities for consolidation in the fragmented education market broadly and for EdTech growing at a double digit CAGR, so much faster than the overall education market. Why invest in EdTech? Well, as just mentioned, EdTech addresses these very large markets. It's increasing its share of education spend because it's aligned to several secular trends. So I'm thinking about digital transformation of the entire education industry. The shift from in-person instructor led training to really more efficient or economic online or digital learning. And positives from this shift, as you mentioned, include better scalability, affordability, global access to really high quality education. These EdTech companies are aligned to corporate skilling, which are aligned to companies, strategic goals, digital transformation initiatives. And then from a stock perspective, there's really low investor sentiment broadly and of course, the exposure to ESG trends around inclusion, skilling, education, access. Josh Baer: And Stephen, what is the regulatory landscape around global education and EdTech, both in the U.S. and in other regions? Stephen Byrd: So education policy is not really featured heavily in recent sessions of Congress in the U.S., as it tends to develop at more local levels of government than really at the federal level. The federal government in the United States provides less than 10% of funding for K through 12 education, leaving most of regulation and funding to state and local governments. Now, that said, there have been a few large education policy focused bills enacted into law since the establishment of the U.S. Department of Education in the second half of the 20th century. The most recent was in 2015, when President Obama signed the Every Student Succeeds Act, which granted more autonomy to states to set standards for education that vary based on local needs. In Brazil, there's some really interesting developments that we're very focused on. The Ministry of Education began loosening the rules for distance learning in 2017 to compensate for the lack of public funding and affordability. This was a new modality that didn't depend on campuses and was much cheaper for students. So companies saw this as the next growth opportunity and started investing in digital expansion, especially after COVID-19 lockdowns forced the closure of campuses. Distance learning grew rapidly and surpassed the number of on campus enrollments in 2021. Despite the increase in addressable market, this potential cannibalizes is part of the demand for in-person learning and reduces average prices in the sector. Lastly, in Europe, the European Union has set seven key education targets that it is hoping to achieve by 2025. And by 2030 on education and training. Let me just walk through a couple of the big targets here. By 2025, the goal is to have at least 60% of recent graduates from vocational education and training, that should benefit from exposure to work based learning during their vocational education and training. By 2030, the goal is for less than 15% of 15 year olds to be low achievers in reading, mathematics and science, as well as less than 15% of eighth graders should be low achievers in computer and information literacy. Stephen Byrd: Josh, how are emerging technologies like artificial intelligence and virtual reality disrupting the education space, both in the classroom and in cyberspace? How do you assess their impact and what catalysts should investors watch closely? Josh Baer: Great question. Investors are hyper focused on all the generative A.I. hype, all the risks and opportunities for EdTech. And it's important to remember that all EdTech companies serve different markets and they have different business models and they provide varying services and value to all those different markets. And so there's a wide spectrum from risk to opportunity, and in actuality, I think many businesses will actually have both headwinds and tailwinds from A.I. At the core, the question is not, will generative A.I. change education and learning, but how will it change? And from the way it may change, from the way education content is created and consumed, to the experience of learning and teaching and testing and studying. And on one end of the spectrum, investors should also look for signs of disruption, disruption to the publisher model or tutoring services or solutions, look for signs of students that may meet their learning needs or studying needs with generative A.I. instead of existing solutions. But from an innovation perspective, I think investors should look for new entrants and incumbents to leverage generative A.I. to really enhance the future of education, from personalized and efficient content creation to more adaptive assessments and testing, to more customized learning experiences. And these existing platforms, they're the ones that own vast datasets, really rich taxonomies of learning and skills. And I think those are the ones that are well-positioned to use A.I. technology to vastly improve their capabilities and the education market. Investors can also look for a more direct revenue opportunities, as the EdTech platforms are the platforms that will be teaching and reskilling and upskilling the whole world on how to use these innovative technologies, today and in the future. Stephen Byrd: Josh, thanks for taking the time to talk. Josh Baer: Great speaking with you, Stephen. Stephen Byrd: And thanks for listening. If you enjoy Thoughts on the Market, please leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, and share the podcast with a friend and colleague today.
PwC's accounting and financial reporting podcast
With a multitude of ESG disclosure and reporting requirements coming into play around the world, it's easy to begin viewing sustainability as nothing more than a compliance and reporting obligation – something that must be done but that doesn't actually create value.But what if that perspective is limited? This week, Heather Horn was joined by Jamie Gamble, PwC managing director, to discuss how leading companies and their boards are viewing sustainability as an opportunity to reflect on the issues that are core to their businesses' value creation – and integrating these issues into their strategies to create sustainable, long-term value. This is what Jamie calls “sustainable value governance.”In this episode, you'll hear discussion of:3:20 - The marketplace factors driving demand for sustainable progress6:30 - How investors and other stakeholders are beginning to understand the long term value embedded in ESG issues14:54 - A four-part framework for sustainable value governance28:20 - How robust reporting for the board supports companies in making progress on the issues that drive sustainable value36:40 - How and why the finance function is playing a central role in the company's sustainability policy setting and reporting42:46 - The benefits that accrue to companies from having a clear, consistent process for identifying the sustainability issues that are relevant for their businessWant to hear more from Jamie? Listen to his previous podcast on governance in the SEC's climate disclosure proposal.Jamie Gamble is a managing director in PwC's Trust Solutions practice with over 25 years of experience focused on corporate governance, cybersecurity, workforce, and ESG-related issues. Before joining PwC, he was a litigation partner at a major law firm.Heather Horn is PwC's National Office thought leader, responsible for developing our communications strategy and conveying firm positions on accounting and financial reporting matters. She is the engaging host of PwC's accounting and reporting weekly podcast and quarterly webcast series. With over 30 years of experience, Heather's accounting and auditing expertise includes financial instruments and rate-regulated accounting.Transcripts available upon request for individuals who may need a disability-related accommodation. Please send requests to email@example.com.
How are companies leveraging IoT to improve sustainability? Jeffrey Hausman, Chief Product Officer at Samsara, joins Ryan Chacon on the IoT For All Podcast to discuss leveraging IoT for a sustainable future. They cover the role of electric vehicles in creating a sustainable supply chain, ESG goals, the value of workplace safety, the challenges of implementing IoT for sustainability initiatives, and the technologies and trends that will be part of a sustainable future. Jeffrey Hausman leads Samsara's global product organization where he oversees the company's platform, product vision, and development activities to help customers improve the safety, efficiency, and sustainability of their physical operations. With over 25 years of experience, he brings a proven track record for scaling large and transformative software companies. Prior to Samsara, Jeffrey led ServiceNow's Operations Management Portfolio as Senior Vice President and General Manager. Previously, he held senior executive positions at McAfee, Symantec, Hewlett-Packard, and Veritas, and has served as a CEO and COO for privately held companies. Earlier in his career, Jeffrey worked as a consultant to Fortune 500 companies as part of Booz & Co. Jeffrey received his MBA at Dartmouth's Tuck School of Business and holds a bachelor's degree in math and economics from Claremont McKenna College. Samsara is the pioneer of the Connected Operations™ Cloud, which is a system of record that enables organizations that depend on physical operations to harness Internet of Things (IoT) data to develop actionable insights and improve their operations. Samsara operates in North America and Europe and serves tens of thousands of customers across a wide range of industries including transportation, wholesale and retail trade, construction, field services, logistics, utilities and energy, government, healthcare and education, manufacturing, and food and beverage. The company's mission is to increase the safety, efficiency, and sustainability of the operations that power the global economy. Discover more about sustainability and IoT at https://www.iotforall.com More about Samsara: https://www.samsara.com Connect with Jeffrey: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jehausman/ Key Questions and Topics from this Episode: (00:00) Welcome to the IoT For All Podcast (00:52) Introduction to Jeffrey and Samsara (04:14) How IoT is being used to improve sustainability (07:55) The role of EVs in a sustainable suppy chain (11:23) How does safety play a role in ESG goals? (13:50) The value of workplace safety (17:01) IoT challenges and advice for solving them (20:10) Technologies and trends to look out for (24:32) Learn more and follow up SUBSCRIBE TO THE CHANNEL: https://bit.ly/2NlcEwm Join Our Newsletter: https://www.iotforall.com/iot-newsletter Follow Us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/iotforall Check out the IoT For All Media Network: https://www.iotforall.com/podcast-overview
Stephen Soukup is the leading intellectual critic of the "Woke Capitalism" movement, including its stakeholder capitalism and ESG investing elements. He talks with Meeting of Minds about his book, The Dictatorship of Woke Capital (Stephen R. Soukup - Encounter Books), and the intellectual and spiritual roots of that movement. Soukup's historical research reveals how intellectual elites built governance structures intentionally designed to minimize the ability of citizens to use their voting authority to determine policy, and how those insulated power structures which they built were captured by cultural revolutionaries. His research can be found at Home - Woke Capital.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Tom welcomes back the legendary investor Rick Rule to discuss ESG and the mining industry. Rick Rule argues that ESG (Environmental, Social & Governance) should be understood in an entirely different way than proposed by politicians - as technology has made it possible to lift up the lower third of mankind materially speaking. The billionaires flying into Davos shouldn't have the right to tell others what not to do; free-market forces are better solutions for these problems, rather than imposing regulations or central planning on individuals as suggested by "big thinkers" like Justin Trudeau. Rule suggests Canada's refusal to sell natural gas as hypocritical in a world becoming more reliant on energy sources like coal. As societies become more wealthy, the willingness to pay for improvements like the environment and habitat improvements increases. He notes that without the use of modern fertilizers, we would need twice the arable land to merely survive. For much of humanity, food would become scarcer and or unaffordable. India is doing a lot of research into growing more food in a smaller area, and they are now a net food exporter. We should use every available technology to steward the land and the well-being of humanity. Solutions already exist and do not need to be imposed by central planners. The success of Central Planners is highly questionable. Socialists have accomplished some amazing, albeit negative things. Talking Points From This Episode Environmental concerns should be addressed through technology, free-market forces & individual solutions rather than regulations or top-down approaches proposed by "big thinkers".Canada's refusal to sell natural gas, hypocritical in a world becoming more reliant on energy sources like coal.Food production can be improved through technology, research, and modern fertilizers. Time Stamp References:0:00 - Introduction1:30 - Rick's 'E'SG Position14:08 - Social-Ist in ESG17:44 - Governance & Hubris20:42 - Alternative Energy24:54 - Governance & Diversity30:11 - Discussing ESG30:52 - Efficient Systems?34:07 - Opposing Ideas & Energy37:15 - Big Thinkers & Cabals44:00 - SEC & ESG Guidelines47:05 - Free Markets & Coercion48:00 - Biases & Understanding49:38 - Rule Symposium & Wrap Up Guest Links:Twitter: https://twitter.com/realrickruleWebsite: https://ruleinvestmentmedia.comJuly Conference: https://www.rulesymposium.com/2023Bootcamp: https://www.rulesymposium.com/bootcamp Rick Rule has dedicated his entire adult life to many aspects of natural resources securities investing. Besides the knowledge and experience gained in a long and focused career, he has a global network of contacts in the natural resources and finance sectors. Mr. Rule is a frequent speaker at industry conferences and is regularly interviewed for radio, television, print, and online media outlets concerning natural resources investment and industry topics. Prominent natural resources-oriented newsletters and advisories frequently quote him. Mr. Rule and his team have expertise in many resource sectors, including agriculture, alternative energy, forestry, oil and gas, mining, and water. Mr. Rule is particularly active in private placement markets, having originated in hundreds of debt and equity transactions with private, pre-public, and public companies.
Crypto News Alerts | Daily Bitcoin (BTC) & Cryptocurrency News
Alexandra DaCosta is one of the few female CEO's in the Bitcoin Mining industry and a former head of ESG & Impact investing at Cantor Fitzgerald, Alexandra heads Aspen Creek Digital Corporation, a renewably-powered BTC mining start-up launched in 2022 that recently raised a $8M Series A despite the current downturn in bitcoin mining and crypto. ACDC is catalyzing the decarbonization of power generation by creating the world's leading fleet of renewably powered data centers. Coupling financial ingenuity and energy expertise, we develop behind-the-meter data centers with new renewable power projects to deliver carbon transparency, reduce power price volatility and add renewables to the grid. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Kieran Poole is joined by White & Case's Tom Matthews and Sonica Tolani as well as Insightia's Rebecca Sherratt to discuss Corporate Governance in Europe 2023. Tom heads up the firm's European shareholder activism practice, while Sonica is a specialist in public company M&A, ECM, and shareholder activism. Among the top findings: Emissions reporting takes centrestage: CSRD has ushered in a new era of ESG accountability, mandating European issuers with upwards of 250 employees annually report on sustainability policies and targets, including their Scope 1, 2, and 3 emissions, starting in 2025. The cost-of-living crisis drives investor revolts: FTSE 350 executive pay hit record highs in 2022, with total CEO realized pay averaging 3.03 million pounds ($3.76m), compared to 2.1 million and 2.6 million pounds in 2020 and 2021, respectively. Activists push for sales amid depressed stock valuations: Activist intentions have shifted from blocking deals to demanding the sale of long undervalued companies, at a time when interest rates and inflation are limiting other growth options. Fifteen companies faced demands for a sale and/or acquisition of a third-party last year, an increase from 13 in 2021, while the number of companies facing opposition to M&A transactions fell to 15 in 2022, from 29 in 2021. Join the conversation about the report using the hashtag #InsightiaEurope23 on Twitter and LinkedIn.
Diversity goes well beyond skin color. Today I share my thoughts on this timely subject.
In this podcast, we have an enlightening conversation with Nicolai Tangen, CEO of the Norwegian Sovereign Wealth Fund, which manages over $1.2 trillion in assets (as of 31/12/22), making it the second largest SWF globally. Norway's great wealth is in large part courtesy of its oil riches, discovered in 1969. With great vision, the Government's response to the discovery was the decision to create a separate, segregated fund, away from politicians' grasp, to serve Norway's current and future citizens. Nicolai describes his education and early investing experiences at Cazenove and Egerton, before starting the extremely successful hedge fund AKO. He talks about his education, refreshed throughout his career, and his decision to become the CEO of Norway's SWF, otherwise known as Pension Fund Global. He talks about his immense delight in being appointed CEO, and how the investment strategy is evolving under his stewardship. He also speaks about his wish to use risk in a slightly more productive way, how private assets are assessed and incorporated going forward, and how deep forensic analysis such as that undertaken in the case of Wirecard will lead them to exclude companies that might otherwise be owned as part of their ownership of 9,000 globally.The conversation encompasses a discussion about the lofty valuations exhibited within ESG assets, the stocks excluded from their investment portfolio and shown on the website, and the tension between divesting and remaining a shareholder of companies in transition. Nicolai then explains why techniques drawn from behavioural analysis can help them assess the risks embedded within potential investments; the resilience that can be learned from top athletes, the dangers of inflation returning and the long term challenges facing investors and the world more generally. Finally he offers some pithy Norwegian advice on cooking, sailing, endurance, charity and why introverts are such an under-utilised asset. Episode originally released in June 2021. Sign up to our newsletter for more in-depth insights | Follow us on LinkedIn The Money Maze Podcast is kindly sponsored by Schroders, Bremont Watches, LiveTrade and Mintus.
PwC's accounting and financial reporting podcast
The transformation of ESG reporting accelerated in 2022 with the release of major proposals in the European Union (EU) and the United States (US), as well as globally by the International Sustainability Standards Board (ISSB).Although all of these proposals have the potential to impact multinational companies, the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) from the EU that applies to many multinational companies perhaps requires the most immediate attention. In this episode, Heather Horn brings you an audio version of our In the loop covering the CSRD. In this podcast, you'll hear:3:12 - Past, present, and future of EU sustainability reporting7:56 - Scope and timing28:54 - Reporting under the CSRD49:51 - Requirement for third-party assurance50:32 - Filing requirements of the CSRD59:42 - What's next?Refer also to the print version, Worldwide impact of CSRD - are you ready? Also, join our upcoming Q2 2023 Quarterly ESG webcast.Heather Horn is PwC's National Office thought leader, responsible for developing our communications strategy and conveying firm positions on accounting and financial reporting matters. She is the engaging host of PwC's accounting and reporting weekly podcast and quarterly webcast series. With over 30 years of experience, Heather's accounting and auditing expertise includes financial instruments and rate-regulated accounting.Transcripts available upon request for individuals who may need a disability-related accommodation. Please send requests to firstname.lastname@example.org.
On this week's episode, host Colbert Cannon sits down with Faith Rosenfeld, Chief Administrative Officer at HPS Investment Partners. Faith recounts the many roles she took on during her 15-year tenure at Goldman Sachs and how one of those roles led her to taking a “blank sheet of paper” approach. Then, Faith discusses her leap into entrepreneurship as a Founding Partner of The Beacon Group, a private equity and advisory firm later acquired by JP Morgan Chase. She shares how business ownership further broadened her unique set of skills and prepared her to join HPS, then Highbridge Principal Strategies, as one of its first-ever employees. We talk about the evolution of the firm to today – and look ahead to how it is integrating ESG strategies from a private credit perspective and fostering an entrepreneurial spirit in its talent.Learn more about Faith Rosenfeld's tenure at HPS here. Find a link to order Faith's first Best Idea, the memoir Lost and Found by Kathryn Schutz here. And watch her second Best Idea, 14 Peaks: Nothing is Impossible here. You can find Colbert's Best Idea for this week, Michael Lewis' Liar's Poker, here.
Banking Transformed with Jim Marous
We are in uncharted territory with today's economic uncertainty. Customers are concerned about the safety of their bank and credit union and don't know where to turn. Open and honest communication is only the start as the bank crisis continues to unfold. Financial institutions must provide resources and answers in real-time that help customers and employees ease their stress and help your brand become a trustworthy advisor during a time of need. This can ensure customer loyalty — and potentially even attract new customers. My guest on the Banking Transformed podcast is Steven Ramirez, CEO of Beyond the Arc. He shares what financial institutions should say and share, and how they should communicate during these tumultuous times. This episode of Banking Transformed is sponsored by Microsoft: See how Microsoft can help to unlock new opportunities at speed through innovative business models, deliver differentiated customer experiences across channels, products and services, and redefine new ways of working. More at Microsoft.com/financialservices This episode of Banking Transformed is sponsored by FIS How do you find your feet on ground that's constantly shifting? You have to read The Global Innovation Report from our partners at FIS. From embedded finance and ESG to crypto, decentralized finance and the metaverse, FIS pinpoints the trends you need to watch – and explains how innovation can give you an advantage, in good times and bad. Discover how the latest innovations could affect your business. Explore the research today by visiting www.fisglobal.com/global-innovation-report FIS. Advancing the way the world pays banks and invests.
Are you bringing your whole self to work? On this episode of the Live Greatly podcast Kristel Bauer sits down with Holly May, Executive Vice President and Global Chief Human Resources Officer for Walgreens Boots Alliance, Inc. to discuss the importance of leaders creating a trusting environment and a space where people can be unapologetically human. Holly talks about how her views of professionalism at work shifted after her son's autisim diagnosis and how vulnerability at work can help build trust and connection. Kristel and Holly discuss setting boundaries, tips for having challenging conversations at work, changes to the Human Resources industry, suggestions for managing your work/life and more! Listen now! Key Takeaways from This Episode: Holly's background and her role with Walgreens Holly's views on optimal leadership The importance of vulnerability and authenticity in the workplace Holly's unapologetically human approach Holly's take on employee well-being and how companies can support this How Holly supports her own well-being as a leader Changes to the HR Industry How Holly's son autism diagnosis impacted how she showed up at work Tips for building trust and connection in the workplace How Holly navigates work/life, vacations and boundaries Tips for how to handle challenging conversations at work ABOUT HOLLY MAY: Holly May is the Executive Vice President and Global Chief Human Resources Officer for Walgreens Boots Alliance, Inc. Holly is responsible for the strategy and direction of innovative global HR programs, policies and practices that support WBA's business goals and initiatives and for ensuring fair and equitable treatment for all team members. She also leads Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) for WBA and serves on the board of Shield Health Solutions, in which WBA is a majority investor. Most recently, May served as Global Chief Human Resources Officer for Abercrombie & Fitch Co., managing all aspects of HR and ESG efforts across the company. She previously worked for Starbucks as Senior Vice President of Global Total Rewards and Service Delivery, responsible for consulting with the company's board of directors and executive leadership team on the strategic direction of Starbucks' global compensation and benefits portfolio. Prior to her time at Starbucks, May served in human resources leadership roles of increasing responsibility at ING, Voya Financial and Visa Inc., as an HR business partner and leading Rewards, DE&I and HR strategy. May graduated from Wellesley College and earned her Master of Finance degree from the A.B. Freeman School of Business at Tulane University. Website: https://www.walgreensbootsalliance.com/about-us/leadership/holly-may Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wba_global/ Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mayholly/ https://www.linkedin.com/company/walgreens-boots-alliance/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/WBA_Global About the Host of the Live Greatly podcast, Kristel Bauer: Kristel Bauer is a corporate wellness expert, in-demand Keynote Speaker and TEDx speaker with a mission of supporting companies and individuals on their journeys for more happiness, success & well-being. With Kristel's unique background in Integrative Psychiatry, business and media, she provides invaluable insights and strategies to empower, inspire and motivate companies, leadership and sales teams as well as other groups and organizations. Kristel shares key insights into high-power habits, leadership development, mental well-being, peak performance, resilience, success & a modern approach to work/life balance. Using a blend of authenticity, Psychology & Science, Kristel provides insights to excel in sales and thrive as a team leader. Kristel's messaging supports company profitability while promoting vibrant company cultures with healthier and happier employees. Kristel is a contributing writer for Entrepreneur and she is an influencer in the business and wellness space having been recognized as a Top 10 Social Media Influencer of 2021 in Forbes. As an Integrative Medicine Fellow & Physician Assistant, Kristel has a unique perspective into optimizing well-being and achieving success. Kristel has been featured in Forbes, Forest & Bluff Magazine & Podcast Magazine and she has contributed to Real Leaders Magazine. She has been live on ABC 7 Chicago, WGN Daytime Chicago & Ticker News. To Book Kristel Bauer as a speaker for your next event, click here. Website: www.livegreatly.co Follow Kristel Bauer on: Instagram: @livegreatly_co LinkedIn: Kristel Bauer Twitter: @livegreatly_co Facebook: @livegreatly.co Youtube: Live Greatly, Kristel Bauer To Watch Kristel Bauer's TEDx talk of Redefining Work/Life Balance in a COVID-19 World click here. Disclaimer: The contents of this podcast are intended for informational and educational purposes only. Always seek the guidance of your physician for any recommendations specific to you or for any questions regarding your specific health, your sleep patterns changes to diet and exercise, or any medical conditions. Always consult your physician before starting any supplements or new lifestyle programs. All information, views and statements shared on the Live Greatly podcast are purely the opinions of the authors, and are not medical advice or treatment recommendations. They have not been evaluated by the food and drug administration. Opinions of guests are their own and Kristel Bauer & this podcast does not endorse or accept responsibility for statements made by guests. Neither Kristel Bauer nor this podcast takes responsibility for possible health consequences of a person or persons following the information in this educational content. Always consult your physician for recommendations specific to you.
Green Connections Radio - Women Who Innovate With Purpose, & Career Issues, Including in Energy, Sustainability, Responsibil
Electric Ladies Podcast listeners requested that we air a collection of career advice from our various guests, and we heard you. Here's our second collage of advice from five amazing women from different fields. The last question in each of our Electric Ladies Podcast episodes is asking for career advice, especially for midcareer women who want to make a difference. Listeners reached out to us and asked us to publish an episode now and then that is only that advice, so we are doing just that. This week, you'll hear career advice from: · Erika Wollam-Nichols, President of famous music venue, The Bluebird Café in Nashville, TN · Genevieve Cullen, President of the Electric Drive Transportation Association · Trisa Thompson, former Chief Sustainability Officer of Dell Technologies · Kristen Siemen, Chief Sustainability Officer of General Motors · Karen Alonardo, former VP of ESG at Navex software (founder of ESG software company acquired by Navex) Here's a hint: “I do think what's really valuable is to own your expertise. Know what you're good at and absolutely highlight it, monetize it, but don't be afraid to keep adding to it. Don't get stuck in a silo.…Just like, oh, this is where the industry is going and I should get smart about this. So, you have to always keep learning, adding to your skill set, particularly as it like reinforces the thing that you love.” Genevieve Cullen on Electric Ladies podcast Read Joan's Forbes articles here. You'll also want to listen to (some of these are under the name Green Connections Radio): · Erica Wollam-Nichols · Genevieve Cullen · Trisa Thompson · Kristen Siemen · Karen Alonardo Subscribe to our newsletter to receive our podcasts, blog, events and special coaching offers.. Thanks for subscribing on Apple Podcasts or iHeartRadio and leaving us a review! Follow us on Twitter @joanmichelson and @electricgalspod
Stakeholders are demanding that public companies demonstrate how they plan to incorporate ESG priorities into all facets of their businesses. But what is ESG?
Gina Badenoch @ginabadenoch es fundadora de la ONG Ojos que Sienten A.C. y de la consultora Capaxia con las que ha creado un movimiento que invita a las empresas y personas a ver más allá de las etiquetas y fomentar una cultura de inclusión.Por favor ayúdame y sigue Cracks Podcast en YouTube aquí."Ser buen líder no es llegar a la cima, es ayudar a que otros lleguen a la cima" - Gina BadenochComparte esta frase en TwitterEste episodio es presentado por Dumo Labs los nootrópicos que te ayudan a concentrarte más y dormir mejor. Puedes encontrarlos en dumolabs.com y por BEEK, la aplicación de audiolibros que te regala 14 días y 40% de descuento en tus primeros 3 meses aquí.Gina es reconocida como joven líder global del Foro Económico Mundial en Davos y como emprendedora social fellow de Ashoka. Su objetivo es diseñar sociedades y organizaciones con una cultura de pertenencia que incremente la dignidad de personas diversas y reducir desigualdades de manera estratégica, alineándose a ESG diseñando un modelo de negocio digno, innovador y sustentable. Hoy Gina y yo hablamos de las etiquetas que usamos en la vida, de atreverte a explorar y de cómo fomentar un liderazgo inclusivo.Qué puedes aprender hoyPor qué la universidad no es para todosEnfocarte en lo que tienes y no ver tus carenciasEl costo de usar etiquetas y hacer juicios*Este episodio es presentado por DUMO.DUMO son suplementos 100% naturales que mejoran tu memoria, función cognitiva y habilidad de conseguir un sueño profundo y reparador.FOCUS BOOST y DELTA NIGHT tienen formulas diseñadas para ayudarte a HACER MAS y darte esa ventaja competitiva que buscas y lo mejor, sin generar dependencia.Si quieres mejorar tu desempeño prueba Focus Boost y Delta Night en www.dumolabs.com.*Este episodio es presentado por BEEKCon BEEK ya no hay pretextos para no leer. Tienen más de 250,000 títulos, incluyendo el mío y puedes escuchar resúmenes de "best-sellers" en menos de 15 minutos o escuchar el libro completo para nunca dejar de aprender.BEEK te regala 14 días de prueba más tus 3 primeros meses por solo $149 pesos al mes cuando te suscribes al contenido ilimitado de BEEK en cracks.la/beek.*Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/crackspodcastNotas del episodio en:https://cracks.la/226Conferencias:Cracks.la/speaker
Photo: No known restrictions on publication. @Batchelorshow #Bestof2022: In a Bear Market: 2/2: #Climate: The limits of ESG investing; & What is to be done? Terry Anderson, Hoover Institution Senior Fellow.(Originally posted June 14, 2022) https://www.ft.com/content/30dd4235-ab6a-4717-9764-7a08c1173dcf Terry Anderson, @HooverInst, Hoover Institution senior Fellow; founder and past president, PERC, The Property and Environment Research Center, Montana
Photo: No known restrictions on publication. @Batchelorshow #Bestof2022: In a Bear Market: 1/2: #Climate: The limits of ESG investing; & What is to be done? Terry Anderson, Hoover Institution Senior Fellow.(Originally posted June 14, 2022) https://www.ft.com/content/30dd4235-ab6a-4717-9764-7a08c1173dcf Terry Anderson, @HooverInst, Hoover Institution senior Fellow; founder and past president, PERC, The Property and Environment Research Center, Montana