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PRS Journal Club
“Breast Reconstruction Decision Aids” with Liza Wu, MD, MBA, FACS - Feb. 2023 Journal Club

PRS Journal Club

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 1, 2023 17:39


In this episode of the Award-winning PRS Journal Club Podcast, 2023 Resident Ambassadors to the PRS Editorial Board – Rami Kantar, Yoshi Toyoda, and Ronnie Shammas- and special guest Liza Wu, MD, MBA, FACS, discuss the following articles from the February 2023 issue: “Breast Reconstruction Decision Aids Decrease Decisional Conflict and Improve Decisional Satisfaction: A Randomized Controlled Trial” by Mardinger, Steve, Webb, et al. Read the article for FREE: https://bit.ly/BreastReconAids Special guest Liza Wu, MD, MBA, FACS. She is a Microsurgeon who completed her residency training at the University of Chicago, followed by a Microsurgery Fellowship at MD Anderson Cancer Center, a breast surgical oncology fellowship at the University of Pennsylvania, and an Executive MBA at the Wharton School of Business. She's the first and only female Marko Godina fellow of ASRM. She's most recently a Professor and Microsurgery Director at the University of Pennsylvania and moved to Florida where she now runs her own private practice. READ the articles discussed in this podcast as well as free related content from the archives: https://bit.ly/PRSFeb23Collection

Becoming Your Best | The Principles of Highly Successful Leaders
Episode 364 - Use Your BREATH To Align With Your True Self with Annie Leib

Becoming Your Best | The Principles of Highly Successful Leaders

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2023 17:03


As a leader, what is the feeling that gets you out of bed every morning? The overwhelming pressure of making sure you don't make a mistake or the excitement of leading your team through learning and enhancing experiences? Our guest, Annie Leib, believes there is only one way of practicing proper leadership: when you feel aligned with your true self. Meet Annie Leib, Executive MBA, and Certified Professional Executive Coach and Facilitator. Creator of the BREATH Framework™ Program and Founder and CEO of Annie Leib, LLC. In this episode, we delve into Annie's journey of becoming an Executive Coach, moved by the desire to make an impactful change as a leader. We talk about the BREATH Framework, its peculiar conception, and its unique way of enhancing leadership. Annie also highlights the importance of reclaiming our power, how leaders tend to unnoticeably give it out, and so much more. Tune in to Episode 364 of Becoming Your Best, and let Annie teach you how to breathe your way through right into your true self. Some Questions I Ask: Could you tell us about your journey and how it led you to create BREATH? (4:39) What gets you up in the morning? (10:00) In This Episode, You Will Learn: The importance of knowing where we begin (5:57) What it means to reclaim our power (6:47) Finding your way through, not around (11:54) Being uncomfortable and unhappy in our lives is not mandatory (12:54) Resources: Annie Leib website Connect with Annie: LinkedIn Becoming Your Best Resources: Becoming Your Best Website Becoming Your Best University Website Becoming Your Best Library Email: support@becomingyourbest.com Book: Becoming Your Best: The 12 Principles of Highly Successful Leaders Book: Conquer Anxiety: How to Overcome Anxiety and Optimize Your Performance Facebook Group – Conquer Anxiety Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

RBS BOTTOM LINE STUDIO
BOTTOM LINE STUDIO: Our guest Andris Grafs

RBS BOTTOM LINE STUDIO

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 52:51


Welcome to the Bottom Line Studio's first episode of the new 2023 year! Claudio Rivera, RBS Deputy Director will moderate the episode and will hold a conversation with a recent Executive MBA alumnus – Andris Grafs. On a daily basis, he is involved in the operations of the Baltic Institute of Corporate Governance as its […] The post BOTTOM LINE STUDIO: Our guest Andris Grafs appeared first on Alumni RBS.

Admissions Straight Talk
What Does 2022 Mean for Applicants in 2023

Admissions Straight Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 17:34


Reflecting on trends that impacted graduate admissions in 2022, Linda Abraham shares her predictions for 2023 and offers an action plan for those planning to apply in the new year. [Show Summary] Thanks for joining me for today's solo show. I'm going to review a few trends from 2022 and also attempt to inspire you for the upcoming year. You can email me at ast@accepted.com when my predictions prove wrong in the course of the year. Predictions: More law schools will withdraw from U.S. News rankings [1:16] I predict that more law schools will withdraw from U.S. News rankings.  Will the rankings influence end with the withdrawal of these schools? I actually don't think so.  U.S. News will use publicly available data and still rank programs. Its rankings will continue to influence admissions, recruiting, and applicant decisions. But are they going to hold as much sway as they have in the past? I don't know. That's hard to say. I don't think the U.S. News is going to just stop ranking schools. I don't think applicants are going to stop looking at rankings, and I don't really think schools are going to stop being influenced by rankings. Perhaps a little less so in the past, but I think you're going to see changes on the margins in that segment.  What about other segments of the higher education market? I don't think medical schools are going to stop ranking or participating in the U.S. News ranking. I also think that the rankings are a little bit less influential in the med school arena than they are in law schools or business schools.  It'll be really interesting to see if business schools withdraw from the rankings. Certainly, the admissions directors there have no greater love of rankings than the law school admissions directors and deans. I think if you see the M7 schools withdraw, you might see a trend very similar to what you've seen in the law school market, where it's the elite programs that have largely withdrawn, and the lower-down ones are not withdrawing yet. There are some that have but not that many. We'll link to posts that Accepted has on the withdrawal of specific schools from the U.S. News rankings. Prediction: More experimentation with test options and waivers [3:05] What about test optionality? That has been a trend that's been growing and increasing over the last several years. It really took off with COVID. I don't think you're going to see much change in the law school space this year. I think you will see it if, as anticipated, the ABA approves making tests optional for its accredited programs. I think you're going to see more experimentation in the grad and MBA market with test optionality. And you may also see, throughout the graduate and undergraduate arenas, acceptance for a larger variety of tests. Many law schools are accepting the GRE in addition to the LSAT. In the business school world, you're seeing widespread acceptance of the GRE or the GMAT to the extent that the test is required. You're seeing more waivers. You're also seeing greater acceptance of the Executive Assessment, which was originally designed for Executive MBA programs. And at some schools, you're seeing them basically saying, whatever has an alphabet soup in it is fine. I think you're going to see more and more experimentation. You'll see more waiver options and there's been a lot of experimentation with that in the B school market. I'm not sure you're going to see wholesale test optionality at the elite programs.  I think med schools will stick with the MCAT. It has some correlation to performance on the USMLE, which is obviously the test that doctors have to take at the end of medical school. And medical schools very legitimately want to know that the people they admit are going to perform in medical schools. Grad schools are all over the map outside the professional designations that I've just discussed. Some are going to require a GRE or another test; some won't. Again,

Acupuncture Marketing School
Clarity, Confidence and Advocacy in Your Acupuncture Career with Nell Smircina

Acupuncture Marketing School

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 40:38


Welcome back! Today I'm speaking with Nell Smircina, DAOM, an acupuncturist and advocate whose goal is to transform our industry. Dr. Nell is an advocate, practitioner and consultant. She's built and scaled her practice and is passionate about sharing lessons learned (and continued learning!). She's currently completing her Executive MBA, with the objective of continuing forward movement for our medicine in the healthcare delivery system.She's a columnist for Acupuncture Today, the Vice Chair of Public Policy for the American Society of Acupuncturists, and the Director of Development for the American Acupuncture Council.Dr. Nell and I have been internet friends for a long time, although we've never met in person! I'm happy to invite you to our conversation about taking your acupuncture career in the direction that's calling to you.We've both had unconventional paths after acupuncture school, and we talk about how there are so many opportunities in this profession - not just full-time practice.We invite you to think of all the incredible ways you might contribute to our industry. Whatever you feel called to do, we're here to embrace it and encourage you to pursue it.In this interview we talk about:The Zone of Excellence versus the Zone of Genius in your careerHow we can each be an advocate for our profession, with a special nod towards introvertsConfidence in clinic as a responsibility - and how confidence can be built on purposeConsidering not only the value you give, but also the value you receive from your workPursuing the path less traveled and releasing expectations in order to build a career you loveJoin us! SHOW NOTES:Dr. Nell's website: drnell.com Save 20% on Dr. Nell's online courses with discount code AMS2023. View her courses here: drnell.com/assetsFollow her on Instagram: @drnellofficialJoin her on LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/dr-nell-smircina-10094267/Dr. Nell's phone number, generously offered! Support the show

Badass Basic Bitch
Empowering the Next Generation to Become Financially Literate Adults with Davinia Tomlinson

Badass Basic Bitch

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 42:33


On this week's episode we have Davinia Tomlinson, financial expert and founder and CEO of rainchq, an organization that helps women build sustainable long-term wealth and live life entirely on their own terms. She is the author of Cash is Queen, a book that empowers teens and young adults to learn about finance. During this episode, Davinia and Brianna discuss how we can support the next generation of young women and children by equipping them with the right tools to build financial literacy and how to be intentional about conversations and behaviors surrounding money.Davinia is the award-winning founder of rainchq, set up to help women take control of their financial futures. She has over 15 years experience across the investment management and professional services industries. Davinia has a First Class Honours degree from Aston University, an Executive MBA from Cass Business School and holds the Investment Management Certificate (IMC).Outside of rainchq, Davinia is a Trustee at Talawa Theatre Company, established more than 30 years ago to improve black representation in theatre. She is the mother of two young daughters who are the best mini-rainmakers and her ultimate inspiration.Davinia started rainchq in 2018 after 15 years working in the investment management industry and becoming frustrated with both the poor representation of women in senior management positions and low engagement of women in general when it came to their finances.In her view, one situation fuels the other – with so few women occupying a seat at the table in the financial services industry, it's virtually impossible to develop products and services designed to support us over the long term in making decisions that can help us meet our financial goals. It's a reality that's reflected in the data: despite women outliving men, we currently save up to 5 times less for retirement. A frightening prospect.rainchq was born out of Davinia's commitment to helping women overcome some of these challenges and in particular helping them take control of their financial futures and live their best, most financially abundant lives, once and for all. Davinia's Book: Cash is QueenDavinia's LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/davinia-tomlinson-0a7b2448/ Davinia's/ rainchq Instagram: @rainchqrainchq website: www.rainchq.com/Brianna's Instagram: @mombossinaustinPodcast Instagram: @badassbasicbitch

20 Minute Leaders
Ep987: Ilit Raz | CEO and Founder, Joonko

20 Minute Leaders

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 20:41


Ilit Raz is the CEO and founder of Joonko, the ultimate automated diversity recruiting software solution. She comes with over 18 years of experience working in various product management and team management roles in tech startups and 7 years in the highly regarded IDF intelligence unit 8200, with vast experience in NLP. She holds a Computer Science degree (Bsc.) and an Executive MBA. As a working woman in tech, usually being the only woman in the room, she experienced bias firsthand and began her journey towards workforce-related DE&I initiatives and decided to change the way people work. That's when she founded Joonko.

In the Suite
EP 78 #LiveFromExcell – Making Financial Services More Inclusive: Interview with a Disruptor - Dana Wilson, Founder of CHIP (Changing How Individuals Prosper)

In the Suite

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 45:14


In this amazing conversation, live from Excell, my guest cohost Vanessa Martinez and I sit down with Dana Wilson, Founder & CEO of CHIP (Changing How Individuals Prosper), a B2B financial services marketplace that makes it easy to find Black and Latinx financial professionals. Dana is a diversity and inclusion award winner named "One To Watch" in Fintech from Money 20/20 and a 2021 Trailblazer from Black Women In Media. Dana is also the co-founder of The BRIEF, a quarterly digital magazine with a mission to elevate the voices and knowledge of Black and Latinx professionals in finance and law. This past December 2022, Dana won the BGV - Black Girl Ventures Foundation - NYC Pitch Competition. Congratulations Dana!  She's also a Board Member and Partner for MAXBLACK WEALTH and MAXBLACK Media LLC. MAXBLACK Media LLC.  Dana graduated from North Carolina Central University, where she received her Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) with a concentration in Marketing. She is currently an Executive MBA candidate at Penn State University, Smeal School of Business, studying Strategic Leadership and completing a concentration in Corporate Innovation. In today's episode, broadcasting live from the Chelsea Theater inside the Cosmopolitan Hotel, we explore how Dana is working to close the racial wealth gap through her company CHIP. By building a business and a bridge to financial professionals, she's ensuring that Black and LatinX people find financial power by getting seen, heard, and empowered with their money.We also talk about the need to change, to get uncomfortable - a perfect segway for the New Year! In fact, one of the many gifts you'll discover about Dana Wilson in today's episode is the courage it takes to step into greatness. Her own. Dana's website is danadisrupts.com and her social media handles are @danadisrupts By taking chances and leaning into disruption we can create positive change IN The Suite. 

Ortho Science BYTES Podcast
The Evolving Cybersecurity Environment in Laboratories

Ortho Science BYTES Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 18:41


The cybersecurity landscape continues to evolve. Health Care Companies Are the #1 Target for Cyberattacks and Data Breaches. The pace of the release of cybersecurity guidance and regulations for medical devices across the globe has been accelerating. Globally, some regulatory bodies have restricted their guidance to premarket concerns, and others have provided guidelines to include post-market considerations. One of the key tenants of all post-market cybersecurity guidance and regulations is the manufacturer's responsibility to evaluate and maintain their product cybersecurity continually. This additional level of scrutiny and regulations only increases the need to act now. To prepare for and combat these cyberattacks, healthcare companies must make the necessary investments in people, processes, and technology. A reactive approach to cybersecurity is no longer feasible. It's time to anticipate and prevent these attacks before they even arrive. Learn in this episode how new, predictive technologies analyze past threats to identify future threats. Ideally, this results in the detection of potentially harmful files or behaviors before an attack is successful.   About Our Speaker: As Ortho Clinical Diagnostic's Chief Information Security Officer, Patty Ryan is responsible for defining the firm's global Information Security strategy, roadmap, and operating infrastructure. Partnering globally with IT, Compliance, Commercial, Regulatory, Legal, Quality, R&D, and Strategic Marketing resources, she ensures that all Information Security controls operate effectively and efficiently, that staff is aware of their responsibility to protect client and proprietary information, and that the security team defines and manages information risk appropriately. Patty has over 30 years of IT experience, over half of that in Information Security executive positions. She has worked in financial services (Bankers Trust, Citi, CitiStreet), life sciences (Johnson & Johnson), and legal (Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen, and Loewy LLP) and brings a wide range of experience to Ortho. She holds a BA in Economics from Columbia College, Columbia University, and an Executive MBA from the Stern School of Business at New York University. 

Think: Sustainability
#167 - Tracking Sustainable Development Goals in our Boardrooms and Classrooms

Think: Sustainability

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2022 31:13


Will we meet the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030? This episode focuses on how the United Nation's 17 Sustainable Development Goals are being used and measured within the education and business sector.   Featuring: Associate Professor Melissa Edwards, Director of the Executive MBA program at the University of Technology Sydney Business School Dr Rosemary Sainty, founding Australian representative to the UN Global Compact   Alex Fransen, Sustainable Development Goals Project Manager, University of Technology Sydney Host: Marlene Even Music: Epidemic Sound

PCTY Talks
The Ever-Evolving Role of the CHRO with Jim Link

PCTY Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 13:13


As businesses continue to grow and evolve, so too does the role of the CHRO. No longer is this executive responsible for just human resources; they are now a strategic partner in creating and implementing company-wide initiatives. Join Jim Link and host Shari Simpson as they discuss how the CHRO needs to be more than just a HR expert - they need to be a strategic business partner and trusted advisor to the CEO. Guest: Jim Link, SHRM-SCP, CHRO, SHRM Jim Link is the Chief Human Resources Officer for the Society for Human Resource Management.  With more than 315,000 members worldwide, SHRM is the largest HR professional association in the world and the leading voice for matters related to workers and the workplace. Jim's career includes roles of increasing responsibility across various industries and companies, including General Electric, the Pillsbury Company, Porsche Cars, and Randstad.  In his recent role as CHRO for Randstad North America, he led a global team of 150 HR professionals who were instrumental in transforming the company into an award-winning, inclusive, and sustainable global leader. Jim has served as a volunteer leader in several organizations, including the SHRM Foundation Board, the Atlanta Federal Reserve Bank Human Capital Advisory Board, and the Human Resources Leadership Forum. Jim holds undergraduate and master's degrees from Murray State University.  Born and raised on a working family farm in western Kentucky, he resides in Atlanta and Alexandria, VA. Jim is an adjunct instructor in the Executive MBA program at the University of Poznan (Poland) School of Economics and Business and the University of Liège (Belgium) Asia-Pacific campus in Taipei, Taiwan. Mentioned in the episode: SHRM: https://www.shrm.org/ Jim Link: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jim-link/

Brave Dynamics: Authentic Leadership Reflections
Herston Powers: Southeast Asia Fintech Supercycle, Launching a VC Fund & Mutual Respect

Brave Dynamics: Authentic Leadership Reflections

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 40:08


Herston is a Co-founder and Managing Partner at 1982 Ventures. As one of the most active fintech investors in Southeast Asia, he has led and executed notable investments across Southeast Asia and South Asia.  Prior to founding 1982 Ventures, he was a Principal at tryb Group in Singapore and created and executed their early stage investment strategy. Before entering the private equity and venture capital industry, Herston was a banker at The Bank of New York Mellon (BNY Mellon) with nearly a decade of global financial services experience.  He spent 5 years in Hong Kong covering the China market and built their advisory platform for Asian clients. He has advised unlisted, pre-IPO and listed companies on capital markets, IPOs and US listings.  Herston began his career in New York where he focused on connecting international companies with institutional investors. Herston has an Executive MBA from INSEAD and Master of Economics from Hunter College in New York City. Show notes at: https://www.jeremyau.com/blog/herston-powers

The INDUStry Show
The INDUStry Show w Adris Chakraborty

The INDUStry Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2022 20:44


Adris Chakraborty is the Co-founder of MediaMorphosis - an advertising & technology full service multicultural advertising firm, specialized in targeting ethnic communities. He is also the founder of LykStage - a user-generated video sharing platform with unique privacy filters and rewards. Adris did his Masters with specialization in Economics from the University of Calcutta and thereafter completed the Executive MBA program from Columbia Business School. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theindustryshow/support

Tennessee on Supply Chain Management
Episode 16: What a Fleet Sustainability Index Could Mean for your Supply Chain

Tennessee on Supply Chain Management

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 34:07


Listen as co-hosts Ted Stank and Tom Goldsby discuss the origin and implications of the new University of Tennessee, Knoxville – project44 Fleet Sustainability Index with Alex Scott, assistant professor of supply chain management, and Thomas Deakins, SVP of global partnerships and alliances for project44.Related LinksBlack Friday: Record high 196.7 million in person shoppers, up from 179 million in 2021UPS and FedEx holiday shipping deadlinesNational unemployment rates at 3.5%-3.7%Inventory levels are highChinese market and COVID shutdownsApple iPhone Pro shipping delaysUS as world's top foreign direct investment in 2021Rail strike updateWest Coast Ports backlog, or lack thereofOPEC continuing production Lean more about the University of Tennessee's Executive MBA for Global Supply Chainproject44 and UT Knoxville Fleet Sustainability IndexCSCMP Edge article about the Fleet Sustainability IndexLearn more about the Global Supply Chain Institute's research on agilityRead more of the Global Supply Chain Institute's research on agile resiliencyHow much are supply chain disruptions costing your organization? GSCI blog article seriesBrowse GSCI's research on sustainabilityUniversity of Tennessee Research Foundation

Gastro Broadcast
Episode #42: Culture Eats Strategy for Breakfast (and other reasons why pursuing an Executive MBA might be a good idea)

Gastro Broadcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 20:37


Dr. Lisa Mathew interviews Dr. Vasu Appaleneni, a practicing gastroenterologist at Dayton Gastroenterology, and executive vice president of clinical innovation at One GI, a physician-led managed services organization. Dr. Appalaneni knew she would become a physician from an early age, and her entrepreneurial spirit led her to private practice gastroenterology, where she enjoys being able to care for patients, being a business owner, and providing employment opportunities in her community. Her interest in the business of healthcare led to her involvement in mergers with other local GI groups, and eventually being a part of the team that led the process of Dayton Gastroenterology joining One GI. Join Dr. Mathew and Dr. Appalaneni to hear how these experiences influenced Dr. Appalaneni's decision to pursue an executive MBA at the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University and why she thinks a business degree is something independent GI physicians should consider. Produced by Andrew Sousa and Hayden Margolis for Steadfast Collaborative, LLC Original score by Hayden Margolis Gastro Broadcast, Episode 42

Time + Talent Podcast
408. Using Volunteer Feedback and Reflection to Boost Engagement

Time + Talent Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 42:57


MobileServe helps groups like schools - from elementary to college - and companies connect with nonprofits to access service learning opportunities. They also allow those groups to gather information and feedback from the students and employees participating. Kevin Bauman joins us to talk about what they've learned by reviewing the information they've collected around impact. For volunteers - whether they're students or adults - volunteering can offer the opportunity to make an impact, but that message doesn't always get clearly delivered. MobileServe has found that asking volunteers to reflect on their experience in some way before they return back to their classrooms or offices can make a big impact on the connection a volunteer feels to the work they did.  Questions like “How did your service make you feel?” are a good start, but asking additional questions like “What challenged you?” or “What did you learn about the organization?” can invite volunteers to think a little more about their experience. You can read more about this on Mobile Serve's blog on the insights: https://blog.mobileserve.com/the-science-of-top-reflection-questions While these are best practices for creating a connection with service learning volunteers, Kevin also shares how this type of reflection can be incorporated into working with adult volunteers, as well as a strategy to create a connection and form a stronger relationship with newer volunteers or volunteers that join your organization for single-day events. Even just a few minutes at the end of a shift or event where volunteers can gather to talk about their experiences and the work they've done can go a long way toward creating a stronger connection to your organization and its mission. You can learn more about the Service Learning Reflection Toolkit mentioned here: https://www.gtc.edu/sites/default/files/files/documents/Service_Learning_Reflection_Toolkit.pdf  To learn more about MobileServe visit https://mobileserve.com/ And you can find MobileServe on social media @MobileServeApp For More: For more on service learning and creating connections with student volunteers check out Season 1, Episode 103 Key Lessons from Seven Years on Intern Iterations Guest Bio: Kevin Bauman is the Director of Community Development at MobileServe, a firm that helps connect volunteers to service opportunities and report the impact service organizations have in our communities. He brings a passion for community building and 20 years of experience in not-for-profit technology solutions. He holds a conviction that technology can provide the necessary advantages for nonprofits and service organizations to meet aggressive goals with often limited resources. Kevin earned a BS from the University of Texas at Austin and an Executive MBA from the University of Kentucky. You can reach Kevin at kevin@mobileserve.org or on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kevinbauman/

The ExecMBA Podcast
ExecMBA Podcast #248: Student Spotlight | John Grant and Carter Whitelow

The ExecMBA Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 42:26


In this episode of the podcast, we catch up with John Grant and Carter Whitelow. John is a second year student in our Executive MBA Class of 2023, and Carter is a first year student in our Executive MBA Class of 2024. As you will learn from this conversation, John and Carter are friends outside of Darden, and this relationship played an important role in Carter's MBA journey. We talk with John and Carter about their decision to pursue an MBA, what led them to Darden, the impact of the Executive MBA program and much more.

Mil Palabras
#195 La comunicación y la felicidad - Paola Rueda López

Mil Palabras

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 32:21


La comunicación y la felicidad - entrevista con Paola Rueda LópezLa comunicación y la felicidad son dos conceptos que no se pueden separar. La comunicadora y coach Paola Rueda López nos comparte sus reflexiones mas valiosas a propósito de su nuevo libro “Decido ser feliz”La comunicación y la felicidad: ¿Cómo tomar la decisión de ser feliz?El tema de esta semana tiene que ver con esa comunicación interna. Son esas conversaciones al interior de nosotros que tenemos todo el tiempo. Tiene que ver con un concepto que yo creo que todos, sin excepción, al final de cuentas estamos buscando de una u otra manera. Ese concepto es la felicidad.Nuestra invitada parte de una tesis interesante.  Ella dice que la felicidad primero que todo es una decisión. De tal forma que sí es una decisión, es una comunicación interna que tenemos.Lo cierto es que Paola Rueda López tiene toda la autoridad para hablar de este tema.Ella es coach conferencista. Estudio comunicación social y periodismo. Se especializó en mercadeo con mención de honor y en gerencia, con un Executive MBA. En Estados Unidos estudió con Glenn Doman el desarrollo del cerebro para asumir el reto de ser mamá de un hijo con discapacidad severa y apoyarlo en su rehabilitación. Se certificó en coaching ejecutivo y es master en programación neurolingüística. Tiene estudios en equidad de género.Paola Rueda López es además autora del libro "Decido ser feliz".Atención que al final de este episodio Paola nos va contar como conseguir ese libro GRATIS. Así que la recomendación es que estés pendiente de todo el desarrollo del episodio.También nos contara en esta entrevista- Una historia personal muy fuerte de Paola con su familia, una historia inicialmente de dolor convertida posteriormente en felicidad- Porque la felicidad es una decisión- Nos contara su propia definición de felicidad y porque la felicidad es una decisión- Cómo tomar la decisión de ser felices- Por qué cree que el concepto de autoayuda si que ayuda- Por qué es valiosa la autoayudaY como advertí, en alguna parte de este episodio, te va contar como adquirir su libro "Decido ser feliz" gratis.Recuerda por favor escucharnos y suscribirte en la plataforma que más te guste:Apple Podcast Spotify Google Podcast Para participar, escríbeme tus comentarios a santiagorios@milpalabras.com.coRecursos recomendados en este PodcastLibro “Decido Ser feliz”. (Gratis hasta el sábado 26 de noviembre de 2022)https://www.amazon.com/-/es/PAOLA-RUEDA-LOPEZ-ebook/dp/B0BMW83M2C/ref=sr_1_5?crid=2BQY5I5T13CVV&keywords=decido+ser+feliz&qid=1669124391&s=digital-text&sprefix=%2Cdigital-text%2C400&sr=1-5Sitio web: www.paolaruedalopez.comwww.liderazgomujer.comLinkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/paolaruedalopez/?originalSubdomain=coInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/paolaruedalopez/?hl=esTwitter: https://twitter.com/paolaruedalopez?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5EauthorFacebook: https://es-la.facebook.com/PaolaRuedaLopez/Spreaker es el lugar que recomendamos para alojar tus podcasthttps://spreaker.pxf.io/milpalabrasSuscríbete al Podcast de Mil Palabras enwww.milpalabras.comDescarga GRATIS el ebook “Cómo Crear un Podcast Corporativo”https://milpalabras.com.co/ Quizás quieras escuchar el episodio anteriorhttps://www.milpalabras.com/194-por-que-a-veces-un-cliente-dificil-es-algo-positivo/Otros podcasts recomendados de nuestra redHistorias que NutrenConversaciones con profesionales que tienen algo para nutrir tu vida en lo personal, lo profesional, lo espiritual y lo físico.bit.ly/historiasquenutrenSomos CancionesEntrevistas e historias divertidas y personales con Gente que ama la música y sabe de música. (suenan canciones completas al lado de las historias).spoti.fi/3hWr020Logística que Trasciende Aquí encuentras las voces del sector logístico con las mejores prácticas e historias que han contribuido al crecimiento económico de industrias, negocios y naciones.https://bit.ly/logisticaquetrasciendeIdeas Sin editar Reflexiones, opiniones y anécdotas interesantes sobre “cualquier cosa” que se emite en vivo, y claro, sin editar. https://bit.ly/ideassineditarDe Vuelta por San IgnacioCharlas donde conocerás la historia y la cultura de uno de los sitios emblemáticos de Medellín: El Distrito San Ignacio.bit.ly/distritosanignacioHistorias con colorRelatos inspiradores de personas que han transformado su vida y la de los demás a través del color.bit.ly/historiasconcolorConversaciones que transformanGrandes personalidades de la industria, la empresa privada y el sector público presentan su perspectiva sobre las prácticas y tendencias que transforman la sociedad.bit.ly/argoscqtInstrucciones para FlorecerConfesiones de mujeres sobresalientes que comparten sus instrucciones para realizarse personal y profesionalmente.bit.ly/instruccionespfLa Comunicación y La Felicidad, Paola Rueda López, Decido Ser Feliz, Felicidad, podcast, Podcast Corporativo, Comunicación Organizacional, Recursos Humanos, Desarrollo Profesional, Desarrollo Personal, Comunicación Efectiva, Santiago Ríos, Mil Palabras

Road to Seven
Niching Down In The Auto Industry with Emily Chung

Road to Seven

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 37:18


“If I have the right mindset, I can deal with anything… part of my growth has been to learn how I can switch from one mindset to the other quickly.”- Emily ChungEmily Chung has always been driven to succeed, even if her road to success has had the occasional speed-bump! Emily is a licenced Automotive Service Technician and the owner of AutoNiche, a family-friendly auto repair shop. Emily founded AutoNiche to offer her clients a friendlier and less intimidating auto repair experience, providing non-judgmental and empowering client service from reputable mechanics.Dive into this fascinating conversation to discover Emily's experiences as a woman in the automotive industry, the biggest lessons that she has learned along the way, and the benefit of throwing yourself a “structured pity party” (it really works)!In‌ ‌this‌ ‌episode of the Road to Seven podcast,‌ ‌you'll learn:‌What led Emily down the road to owning an auto repair shop after earning a Psychology in Business degree and starting a career as a psychometristHow she has grown a business that is strongly and unapologetically shaped by her valuesPowerful reframes and mindset shifts that you can start implementing right now!About Guest: Emily Chung owns and operates AutoNiche, an auto repair shop in Markham. She is a licensed Automotive Service Technician and teaches in the Automotive Business School of Canada at Georgian College, while currently completing her Executive MBA. She serves on the Board of Directors for the Automotive Aftermarket Retailers of Ontario, has appeared on various media including Breakfast Television and Cityline, and is a proud mom of two teen boys.  Highlights:‌01:02  Intro02:59  Meet Emily Chung06:11  Path to entrepreneurship07:31  Gender & automotive industry12:23  Leading with values & intention17:47  Mindset & adaptability21:17  Opportunities & pity parties24:30  Making decisions27:56  Skills are key29:39  Perceptions31:31  What she knows now33:36  What's nextLinks:‌Emily Chunghttps://autoniche.cahttps://www.facebook.com/AutoNicheTwitter: @autonicheincInstagram: @autonicheincTo work with me and make your next power move, visit:https://shelaghcummins.comStay ConnectedLike what you're hearing? Click here to subscribe in iTunes for more episodes with great tips and conversations with women that are revolutionizing the way we do business - don't miss it!You can also join the Road To Seven Facebook group to meet other like-minded entrepreneurs who want to band together and help each other rise up.I would be really grateful if you left a review on iTunes so that others can find and boost their business too! Just click here to review, select “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review” . I'd also love to hear what your favourite part of this episode is in the comments below. Thank you!Follow me!Instagram: @shelaghcumminsTwitter: @shelaghcumminshttps://facebook.com/ShelaghCumminshttps://linkedin.com/in/shelaghcummins

Her Time to Retire
Episode 76: 9 Steps to a Rich Life Retirement with Susan Latremoille

Her Time to Retire

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 23:45


In this week's episode, Lynn hops on a Zoom call with Susan Latremoille to discuss 9 steps to a rich life in retirement. Susan spent over 35 years as a wealth advisor assisting clients to financially plan for their retirements. She saw a common thread among her clients. Having enough money to retire was only a piece of the retirement puzzle. It was the non-financial side that had the greatest impact on the predictability of a successful retirement. Susan is a Partner in Next Chapter Lifestyle Advisors. Susan is a Certified SuccessFinder Practitioner. SuccessFinder is a powerful assessment that helps clients be clear about what motivates them and their lifestyle priorities. Susan is a Family Enterprise Advisor, FEA, (Family Enterprise Exchange), and holds an Executive MBA. Susan is a former board member of Richardson Financial Group and holds her ICD.D designation (Institute of Corporate Directors). Susan is a certified Retirement Coach (CPRC). She is the author of The RichLife – Managing Wealth and Purpose, It's Not Just about the Money – The Whole Life Approach to Wealth Management, co-author of On the Shoulders of Atlas- a Story about Transitioning a Family Owned Business and co-author – Thriving Throughout Your Retirement Transition.

The One Away Show
Natalie Kaminski: One Armageddon Away From Software Development

The One Away Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 52:15


With more than 20 years of experience in the technology industry, Natalie Kaminski is a dynamic and resourceful web and mobile technology entrepreneur. She is currently the CEO and founder of JetRockets, which builds unique software solutions to help clients achieve their business goals.   Natalie's journey to successful founder isn't a particularly common one. She was born in Russia and grew up in Ukraine and then Israel. She arrived in Minneapolis at 18, working to put herself through college and a programming certificate. Over the next decade, she gained experience across programming, project management, quality assurance, business analysis, and finally as the COO of a small software development company. She left that position because she'd always had an entrepreneurial streak, always planned to start her own business; now was the time. JetRockets was born of circumstance and gumption. When a connection asked for a recommendation for a software development firm, Natalie didn't hesitate to volunteer her own (as yet nonexistent) team. JetRockets now boasts a team of 65+ across the globe and is growing rapidly, building staff and revenue 100% year over year.    Outside of JetRockets, Natalie builds both tech products and communities. She is the Co-Founder of OneTribe.team, a leave management platform for hybrid and remote teams, which will soon launch publicly. Natalie is also a member of Chief and of Entrepreneurs' Organization, and she holds an Executive MBA from the Quantic School of Business and Technology. Natalie lives in Brooklyn with her husband and two daughters. Read the show notes on Arcbound's Podcast Page: https://arcbound.com/podcasts/    Find Arcbound here: Homepage: Arcbound.com Services/Work with Us: https://arcbound.com/work-with-us/ About: https://arcbound.com/about/ Founders Corner: https://arcbound.com/category/founders-corner/ Connect: https://arcbound.com/connect/

The Thriving Agent Podcast
Karen Bordner - Thriving Agent

The Thriving Agent Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2022 34:13


Karen Bordner is a Real Estate Broker Associate at HomeSmart Realty Group and she is also the President of KD Residential Investments, Inc. She loves to solve problems. Throughout her career she has been driven by her intellectual curiosity to continuously learn but to apply that learning and curiosity to find answers to her clients issues and questions. Whether it's solving sales operational issues to increase cycle times, educating clients on the value proposition and profit margin of products, or finding the perfect investment property, she has been able to quickly uncover the problem and identify a strategic solution. Using her  high EQ she brings a team and customer centered mindfulness that enable companies to innovate and prosper. When her  clients and team win she wins  in that order. She loves coaching and mentoring and enjoys seeing others achieve success.  Being intellectually curious drives her to be a lifelong learner. She holds  an MBA from Colorado State University's Executive MBA program, MA from Central Michigan and a BA with honors from The University of Toledo.   

The ExecMBA Podcast
ExecMBA Podcast #245: Career Spotlight | Strategies for Career Switchers with Career Coach Jim Collins

The ExecMBA Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 37:29


Did you know over half of our Executive MBA students identify as career switchers? True story. In this episode of the podcast, we catch up with Jim Collins. Jim is a Career Coach with UVA Darden's Professional Degree Programs, and we talk with him about the career exploration process for working professional students. Jim also shares tips and insights for students seeking to leverage their Part-Time MBA or Executive MBA experience to facilitate a career change.

Med-Surg Moments - The AMSN Podcast
Ep. 87 - (Part 3) The AMSN Diversity, Equity, and Inclusiveness Initiative

Med-Surg Moments - The AMSN Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 28:22


Hear the story behind AMSN's DEI Initiative and learn about the valuable resources available to you as Parker and Laura welcome AMSN and MSNCB CEO Terri Hinkley for the conclusion of our three-part series about AMSN's Diversity, Equity, and Inclusiveness (DEI) Initiative. SPECIAL GUEST       Terri Hinkley, EdD, MBA, BScN, RN, CAE has been the CEO of AMSN and MSNCB since 2017. Terri has 10 years of association management experience, coupled with over 32 years in acute care nursing in the healthcare setting. Terri received her RN from Centennial College, BScN from York University, an Executive MBA from Athabasca University, and an Ed.D. in the Executive Leadership (ELP) Human and Organizational Learning (HOL) Program at the George Washington University GUEST CO-HOST Laura Johnson, MSN, RN, CMSRN has been a nurse since 2008 with a background in Med/Surg and Oncology.  She has held many positions throughout my career including management and leadership.  Laura obtained her MSN in nursing education in 2018.  Since then, she has worked as a bedside educator with both experienced staff and nurse residency with specialties in end of life and mentorship.  She is currently working as an NPD practitioner for oncology and bone marrow transplant units.  CO-HOST Chelsea Parker RN, BSN, CMSRN was born and raised in Newport News, Virginia. She attended the University of Virginia and graduated in 2016 with a Bachelor's of Science in Nursing. Since then she has pursued geriatric and palliative care nursing and developed a love for general medicine, which is where her foundation for med-surg nursing was built. As a young nurse looking for ways to bridge engagement between generations of nurses, she is excited about what this podcast will mean for AMSN. 

Arete Coach: The Art & Science of Executive Coaching
Arete Coach Podcast 1099 Vikki Brock PhD MCC 'Sourcebook of Coaching History'

Arete Coach: The Art & Science of Executive Coaching

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 73:40


This is episode 1099 of the Arete Coach Podcast with host Severin Sorensen and guest Dr. Vikki Brock, PhD, MCC. Vikki is an executive coach, an ICF Master Certified Coach, consultant, mentor, and author of The Sourcebook of Coaching History. In 1995 Vikki left her 21-year career at The Boeing Company to start VB Coaching and Consulting. Today she is an ICF Master Certified Coach, consultant, and mentor. She earned her Executive MBA and a Ph.D. in Coaching and Human Development. When she was coaching, she brought wisdom, experience, and research-based processes to move leaders and individuals to higher stages of personal awareness and effectiveness. Vikki encouraged her clients to take “their leadership and their life to the next level” in a challenging yet non-judgemental way. Vikki is the author of The Sourcebook of Coaching History, “a comprehensive review of the historical roots of coaching and the influence of pioneers from related fields.” Vikki was closely involved with the early founders of modern coaching: Thomas Leonard and Laura Whitworth. Vikki was an early member of ICF (member #60) and since its creation in 1996 , she was one of the first coaches to receive an MCC from the ICF in 1998. She also was on faculty for the University of Texas at Dallas Coaching Certificate program, and taught for several coach training schools internationally. In this episode, we explore Vikki's journey into the coach field, her experiences in the growth of the coaching industry, and her passion for interviewing 170 coaching practitioners and scholars as the basis for her Sourcebook on Coaching History. More on the topic is available at AreteCoach.io. The Arete Coach Podcast seeks to explore the art and science of executive coaching. You can find out more about this podcast at aretecoach.io. This episode was produced on 17 October 2022. Copyright © 2022 by Arete Coach™ LLC. All rights reserved.

PCTY Talks
The Future of Training is Virtual Reality

PCTY Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 21:06 Transcription Available


The future of training is here, and it's in virtual reality. VR allows trainees to immerse themselves in realistic environments where they can practice skills and gain experience without putting themselves or others at risk. VR is already being used by the military, police, and medical professionals to provide safe, realistic training scenarios. Listen to Gita Barry and host Shari Simpson talk about the benefits of using VR. Guest: Gita Barry, EVP and General Manager of Immersive Healthcare, Penumbra Gita is the executive vice president and general manager of immersive healthcare at Penumbra, Inc. With more than 25 years in the medical device industry, Gita leads a diverse team of developers and specialists to bring virtual reality-based immersive technology to a broad range of healthcare settings with an extensive library of activities and experiences to address various health conditions. Before joining Penumbra, Gita worked at Stryker Corporation in product management, strategy, business development and information technology. Gita received a BS in Biomedical Engineering from the University of Miami (FL) and an Executive MBA from Santa Clara University. Mentioned in the episode: Penumbra https://www.penumbrainc.com/ Real Immersive VR System: https://www.realsystem.com/  

Keys To The Shop : Equipping the Coffee Retail Professional
375 : Founder Friday! w/ Roland Horne of WatchHouse

Keys To The Shop : Equipping the Coffee Retail Professional

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 60:27


I am so happy to share with you this Founder Friday episode that takes a hard look at what is possible when you want to offer excellence at scale in a cafe setting. I am joined by the founder of the iconic and standard setting company, WatchHouse, Roland Horne. Roland founded WatchHouse in 2014 after extensive experience running small-to-medium-size businesses, including luxury aquarium design consultancy Aquarium Architecture. He holds directorships with property development funds Verum Domus and Coutts & Partners and has a MSc in Economic History from the London School of Economics. Roland is currently pursuing his Executive MBA at the University of Oxford. Over the past seven years WatchHouse has grown from one cafe on London's iconic Bermondsey Street to ten sites, and in August celebrated the one-year anniversary of the WatchHouse Roastery at 36 Maltby Street. A CEO with formative experience outside the speciality coffee sector, Roland has a unique and ambitious perspective on the sustainable expansion of the brand throughout the London and beyond. In today's conversation we get to hear the story behind WatchHouse and how Roland has grown this brand through values and a desire to keep integrity of service and quality front and center. I think you will get a great deal from this chat. We discuss: From luxury aquariums to coffee Defining modern coffee and evolving Focusing on your unique value proposition Why you need to focus on the MLP Big concept in an initially small space Making hard financial decisions and listening to customers Beginning to roast Scaling and customizing for the community Living wage and following through on delivering value Getting better as you get bigger Staff structures Overcoming the assumption that big is bad Providing spaces for Happiness Links: www.watchhouse.com Instagram @watchhouse  Related episodes: 320 Founder Friday! w/ Francesco Sanapo of Ditta Artigianale, Florence, Italy 171 : Founder Friday w/ Matt Chitharanjan and Namrata Asthana of Blue Tokai Coffee Roasters in India 348: Founder Friday! w/ Benito Burmudez of Cafe Unido, Panama City, Panama! 263 : Founder Friday w/ Mike McFall, Co-Founder of BIGGBY Coffee! 017 : Founder Friday w/ Jonathan Rubinstein of Joe Coffee: Entrepreneurship | Coffee Business | Hiring | Barista Culture | Growth   Visit our amazing Sponsors! www.groundcontrol.coffee www.pacficfoodservice.com

The ExecMBA Podcast
ExecMBA Podcast #243: Spotlight on the Executive MBA Venture Capital Club

The ExecMBA Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 37:33


In this episode of the podcast, we catch up with Tanveer Kathawalla and Natalie Szmyd. Tanveer and Natalie are second year students in the Executive MBA Class of 2023, and they are Co-Presidents of the Executive MBA Venture Capital Club. We talk with Tanveer and Natalie about their backgrounds, how they decided to pursue an MBA, the impact of their Darden experience so far as well as their plans for the VC Club in the months ahead.

Human Capital Innovations (HCI) Podcast
S40E24 - The Shifting Psychological Contract at Work and the Impacts on Employee Engagement, with Gys Kappers

Human Capital Innovations (HCI) Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 34:50


In this HCI Podcast episode, Dr. Jonathan H. Westover talks with Gys Kappers about the shifting psychological contract at work and the impacts on employee engagement. Gys Kappers (https://www.linkedin.com/in/gys-kappers-9aa680/) was born in Cape Town with a strong Dutch heritage and is CEO and a Founder of Wyzetalk. He holds an Executive MBA from the Graduate School of Business at the University of Cape Town. As a consummate businesses builder, he went directly from the sale of one business into the founding of another, becoming one of the founders of Wyzetalk in 2012. Please consider supporting the podcast on Patreon and leaving a review wherever you listen to your podcasts! Check out Ka'Chava at www.Kachava.com/HCI. Check out BELAY here. Check out BetterHelp at www.BetterHelp.com/HCI to explore plans and options! Check out the HCI Academy: Courses, Micro-Credentials, and Certificates to Upskill and Reskill for the Future of Work! Check out the LinkedIn Alchemizing Human Capital Newsletter. Check out Dr. Westover's book, The Future Leader. Check out Dr. Westover's book, 'Bluer than Indigo' Leadership. Check out Dr. Westover's book, The Alchemy of Truly Remarkable Leadership. Check out the latest issue of the Human Capital Leadership magazine. Each HCI Podcast episode (Program, ID No. 592296) has been approved for 0.50 HR (General) recertification credit hours toward aPHR™, aPHRi™, PHR®, PHRca®, SPHR®, GPHR®, PHRi™ and SPHRi™ recertification through HR Certification Institute® (HRCI®). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The ExecMBA Podcast
ExecMBA Podcast #242: Spotlight on the Executive MBA Entrepreneurship Club

The ExecMBA Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 42:12


In this episode of the podcast, we catch up with Johnny O'Boyle and Hannah Solomon. Johnny and Hannah are second year students in the Executive MBA Class of 2023, and they are also Co-Presidents of the Executive MBA Entrepreneurship Club (EMBEC). We talk with Johnny and Hannah about their backgrounds, their decision to pursue an MBA, what led them to Darden and their plans for EMBEC in the year ahead.

10X Success Hacks for Startups, Innovations and Ventures (consulting and training tips)
Succeed As A Woman Leader In Business & Social Impact ft. Preethy Padmanabhan

10X Success Hacks for Startups, Innovations and Ventures (consulting and training tips)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 24:23


In today's episode of Pitch Cafe, we have a leading corporate manager, Preethy Padmanabhan, Senior Director of Platform Product Marketing at Freshworks, with us!

Resources Risk & Insurance Podcast
University Associate Program- Supporting Education Innovation

Resources Risk & Insurance Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 33:51


Podcast Discussion Topics include:Shipping Containers and Chicken LegsChanging the lives of Insurance and Risk Management Students100% job placement for all UHD graduatesPricilla Oehlert, CIC, CRM, ARMMs. Oehlert promotes the IRM program to insurance industry, community colleges, and other potential students at UHD. She helps IRM majors obtain internships and full-time jobs by networking with businesses and attending insurance industry events with them. Ms. Oehlert consults IRM Council members for advice and resources. She teaches three Certified Risk Manager courses in the IRM program's Risk Management Theory & Practice course. Ms. Oehlert got an Executive MBA from Arizona State University and a BA in Economics/Finance from South Carolina. She also holds CIC, CRM, and ARM certifications. Ms. Oehlert 35 years in risk management and insurance. Director of Risk, Safety, and Environmental at Rental Service Corporation, she obtained much of her experience. She also planned and developed online and classroom risk management curriculum, faculty, operations, and business development of the five courses that make up the globally renowned Certified Risk Management (CRM) and Certified School Risk Manager (CSRM) certificates.

The ExecMBA Podcast
ExecMBA Podcast #241: Spotlight on the Black Executive MBA Student Organization

The ExecMBA Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 48:45


In this episode of the podcast, we catch up with Matthew Boyd and JB Norcott. Matthew and JB are second year students in the Executive MBA Class of 2023, and they are also Co-Presidents of the Black Executive MBA (BEMBA) student organization. We talk with Matthew and JB about their backgrounds, their decision to pursue an MBA, what led them to Darden and their plans for BEMBA in the year ahead.

Improve Healthcare
Importance of Medical-Surgical Nursing in Safe Care Delivery w/ AMSN CEO Dr. Terri Hinkley

Improve Healthcare

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 25:07


Dr. Hinkley  was hired by the Academy of Medical-Surgical Nurses (AMSN) and the Medical-Surgical Nursing Certification Board (MSNCB) in August 2017. She has over 32 years in acute care nursing in the healthcare setting. She has ten years of association management leadership experience, having held executive positions in both individual membership associations and certification boards. The Academy AMSN, under her leadership, earned an association industry award for a suite of COVID-19 resources designed specifically for med-surg nurses and employers and was recognized by the association industry as “one of 100 healthcare associations that will save the world”. Hinkley's industry experience and education allow her to contribute tangible expertise in board governance, innovation, competency frameworks, education development, and board governance but also deep knowledge of the future of work and learning, and the strategies needed to lead professional membership-based and certification organizations in the 21st century.Terri was elected as the President of the American Board of Nursing Specialties (ABNS) in July 2021 and is a Director on the Board of Directors for the Institute of Credentialing Excellence (ICE), the Nurses on Boards Coalition (NOBC), and the Otsuka Patient Assistance Fund. She received her RN from Centennial College, BScN from York University, an Executive MBA from Athabasca University, and an Ed.D. in the Executive Leadership (ELP) Human and Organizational Learning (HOL) Program at the George Washington University. Learn more Academy of Medical Surgical Nurses Listen to Ted Talk by Kathleen Bartholomew

The CEO Sessions
Why Great Leaders are Learners First - Global CIO Ascendion, Viral Tripathi

The CEO Sessions

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 34:28


Great learners make great leaders! Just like a student, a leader is always asking questions, always gathering data, and using that information to execute action items that impact the bigger picture. No matter what your field or industry is, learning never stops and being a lifelong learner is the key to success. I host Viral Tripathi, Global CIO of Ascendion, where he shares his aha moment when he went from the tech guy to a global business leader. Most recently, Collabera has rebranded their Digital Engineering Solutions business as Ascendion (pronounced as Ascend-ee-ON) for which Viral is the Global CIO and a member of the Executive Committee. He is a passionate technologist with almost 30 years of global experience, having lived and worked in India, Europe, and the US working as an IT industry professional as well as a Management Consultant with a Big 4 company with leadership. He's held leadership roles at KPMG and The Associated Press. Viral's strong academic background includes an Executive MBA from the University of Cambridge, degrees in Mathematics, Computer Science, and several IT certifications. LinkedIn Profile https://www.linkedin.com/in/viraltripathi/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/viraltripathi/) Company Link: https://collabera.ca/ (https://collabera.ca/) What You'll Discover in this Episode: The key to Viral's rapid promotion path to Global CIO. Why all leaders must understand their business first. Why “If it ain't broke, don't fix it” is terrible leadership advice. What's wrong with Peter Drucker's quote, “Culture eats strategy for breakfast”. How to make tech “more than just a cost center”. The biggest benefit of pursuing an MBA at 40 years old. Why he wakes up early and meditates every day. Resources: Why Leadership is Not About Having All the Answers, Tim Brown, IDEO CEO https://www.ideou.com/blogs/inspiration/why-leadership-is-not-about-having-all-the-answers (https://www.ideou.com/blogs/inspiration/why-leadership-is-not-about-having-all-the-answers) https://www.forbes.com/sites/yec/2022/05/25/leaders-how-to-respond-when-you-dont-have-all-the-answers/#:~:text=It%20can%20be%20easy%20to,finding%20the%20answers%20they%20need (https://www.forbes.com/sites/yec/2022/05/25/leaders-how-to-respond-when-you-dont-have-all-the-answers/#:~:text=It%20can%20be%20easy%20to,finding%20the%20answers%20they%20need). University of Cambridge, Judge Business School https://www.jbs.cam.ac.uk/programmes/mba/ (https://www.jbs.cam.ac.uk/programmes/mba/) Peter Drucker Quote in Common Lexicon https://www.thecorporategovernanceinstitute.com/insights/lexicon/what-does-culture-eats-strategy-for-breakfast-mean/ (https://www.thecorporategovernanceinstitute.com/insights/lexicon/what-does-culture-eats-strategy-for-breakfast-mean/) Quotes: “Instead of a know-it-all, become a learn-it-all." ----- Connect with the Host, #1 bestselling author Ben Fanning https://www.benfanning.com/speaker/ (Speaking and Training inquires) https://followbenonyoutube.com (Subscribe to my Youtube channel) https://www.linkedin.com/in/benfanning/ (LinkedIn) https://www.instagram.com/benfanning1/ (Instagram) https://twitter.com/BenFanning1 (Twitter)

BrainX Talks
Conversation with Dr.Janak Gunatilleke

BrainX Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 36:42


Dr Janak Gunatilleke has more than 16 years' experience in healthcare. He has a specialised skill set, with experience both working as a medical doctor and developing and implementing data-driven and technology-enabled improvements in healthcare. He co-founded the AI technology firm Conscient AI Labs. Janak was a member of the evaluation panel for the NHS AI in Health and Care Award and is a fellow of the Faculty of Clinical Informatics in the UK. He has an Executive MBA from the University of Cambridge and is completing his dissertation for a Master's in Data Science, Technology and Innovation from the University of Edinburgh.More information on his thinking at https://www.unlockaiforhealth.com/

Let Go & Lead with Maril MacDonald
Jeppe Hansgaard | Accelerating Change Using the Power of Informal Networks

Let Go & Lead with Maril MacDonald

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 42:29


In this episode of Let Go & Lead, Innovisor Founder and CEO Jeppe Hansgaard talks with Maril about how influence really works within organizations. Diving into the field of Organizational Network Analysis (ONA), they discuss the enormous impact that a few employees have on the success of their entire organizations — Innovisor has shown that just 3 percent of your employees can impact up to 90 percent of change — and how rarely leaders can guess who those people really are within their own ranks. Jeppe and Maril explore the different ways that networks change as you progress up organizations; how Gagen's Six Levers of Culture can go hand-in-hand with ONA; and the promise of network analysis as a boon for human connection, belonging and organizational agility.  Learn about: 5:23 How 3% of your employees impact 90% of change  9:54 How COVID-19 has changed organizational networks  11:23 Understanding gender in informal networks  14:39 How Gagen's Six Levers of Culture connect to organizational network analysis  20:05 Assisting the “Lost Generation” inside your organization  25:27 The impact of Organizational Network Analysis on Mergers & Acquisitions  33:06 The most influential person in the organization  —  Jeppe Vilstrup Hansgaard is the Founder and CEO of Innovisor, a boutique advisory within organizational network analysis and change analytics that has a bold vision to eliminate change failure.  Jeppe has working experience from across five continents, including from many U.S. companies such as Chevron, Caterpillar and Eli Lilly. He is a frequent speaker to executive groups, leadership programs and business schools around the world. His and Innovisor' s groundbreaking work has been featured in more than 15 leadership books, including Lean In by Sheryl Sandberg. Jeppe holds an Executive MBA from Henley Business School, U.K., and a Certificate in Strategic Decision and Risk Management from the Stanford Center for Professional Development.   Jeppe is the proud dad of three kids, and spends most of his spare time helping out in the local track & field community.  —  Let Go & Lead is a leadership community created by Maril MacDonald, founder and CEO of Gagen MacDonald. Maril brings together provocateurs, pioneers, thought leaders and those leading the conversation around culture, transformation and change.  Over the course of the past 12 years, Let Go & Lead has existed in many forms, from video interviews to resource guides to its current iteration as a podcast. At its core, it remains a place where people can access a diversity of perspectives on interdisciplinary approaches to leadership. Maril is also working on a book incorporating these insights gathered over the past several years from global leaders and change makers.   Maril has interviewed over 120 leaders — from business to academia and nonprofits to the arts — through the years. In each conversation, from personal anecdotes to ground-breaking scientific analysis, she has probed the lessons learned in leadership. From these conversations, the Let Go & Lead framework has emerged. It is both a personal and organizational resource that aims to serve the individual leader or leadership at scale.    Full episodes also available on:    Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/let-go-lead-with-maril-macdonald/id1454869525   Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/5Gaf7JXOckZMtkpsMtnjAj?si=WZjZkvfLTX2T4eaeB1PO2A   Google Podcasts: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9sZXRnb2xlYWQubGlic3luLmNvbS9yc3M      Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/show/let-go-lead   —   Gagen MacDonald is a strategy execution consulting firm that specializes in employee engagement, culture change and leadership development. Learn more at http://www.gagenmacdonald.com.

Admissions Straight Talk
The Only Online Ivy League Executive MBA Program

Admissions Straight Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 32:56


Find out what's new at Wharton's Global EMBA program [Show Summary] Wharton's first-ever online Global MBA Program for Executives is here and Dean Peggy Bishop Lane is diving into everything this exciting program has to offer for students across the globe. Interview with Peggy Bishop Lane, Vice Dean of the Wharton MBA Program for Executives [Show Notes] Welcome to the 490th episode of Admissions Straight Talk, Accepted's podcast. Thanks for tuning in. Before I dive into today's interview, I want to invite you to download Ace the EMBA: Expert Advice for the Rising Executive. This free guide will complement today's podcast and give you suggestions on how to choose the right Executive MBA program, differentiate yourself from your competition in a positive way, and present yourself effectively as a future business leader who will bring credit to any program lucky enough to have you. Download Ace the EMBA at accepted.com/aceemba. It gives me great pleasure to have, for the first time on Admissions Straight Talk, Peggy Bishop Lane, the Vice Dean of the Wharton MBA Program for Executives. Dean Bishop Lane earned her PhD in Accounting from Northwestern University. She started her professorial career at NYU Stern and then moved to Wharton in 1997. She has been the Vice Dean for the MBA Program for Executives and an Adjunct Professor of Accounting since 2012. To start, can you give an overview of the Wharton Global Executive MBA program, focusing on its more distinctive elements? [2:14] Absolutely. I think the main thing to know is that we intend for this global cohort to look very much like our existing Philadelphia and San Francisco cohorts. It's going to be the same curriculum with essentially the same faculty and the same admissions requirements. I hope that it's actually more similar to what people already know about our program than it is different.  Of course, what's unique is that you don't have to be in-person every other weekend as you do in Philadelphia and San Francisco. What we've created is a remote opportunity to do our program. With that said, it's very important to us that it's not fully remote because we know how important an in-person experience can be to the student experience.  The truly unique part for us is the residential factor here, and we've got six different residential weeks that we've incorporated into the program. The first two are purposely very close together because we want the students to create some relationships and then solidify them very shortly after. Right now, our Philadelphia and San Francisco cohorts start together in Philadelphia and we're going to start our Global cohort with them. So all three groups will start at the same time for about a week in Philadelphia, and our Global cohort will stay on a little bit longer to give them that opportunity to really get to know each other well. Then about three months later, we'll bring them back together in San Francisco. They'll get to see that campus and feel the connection to our group out in San Francisco for about a week as well. The third week to cap off their first year together will probably be in some location outside of the United State, but it's still to be determined. Then we'll have three more residential weeks in the second year so that they can keep those bonds really alive. hbspt.cta.load(58291, '088cf431-34b3-4030-9c1e-432eee48f613', {}); Are the last three residential weeks intended to be in Philadelphia, San Francisco, or somewhere else? [4:29] The first one will be another one where they get to interact with our Philadelphia and San Francisco students. We just finished what's called our Global Business Week, where we send our affiliates in San Francisco students to their choice of four different locations. We split them up, we mix them together, and we're going to add a fifth location and then bring the global cohort into that. They'll do that in September of their second year.

A Better HR Business
Episode 169 - Jason Jacobs from DanceBreak (guided-movement sessions for employees)

A Better HR Business

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 38:03


Today I'm joined on the show by Jason Jacobs, Founder of DanceBreak, an innovative service that offers guided-movement sessions for people during the workday.  Jason has more than 20 years of experience in the performing arts, contemporary dance, arts education and innovative project management. He has an international career in dance performance, and a Masters's Degree in Contemporary Dance Education (HfMDK Frankfurt). He was Co-director of MuddyBoots with Ekaterine Giorgadze and holds an Executive MBA from the Frankfurt School of Finance and Management.  DanceBreak is an innovative service that provides easily accessible dance movement sessions to stimulate physical and mental activity throughout the workday. The company offers movement interventions both as on-demand, pre-recorded video sessions as well as live via Zoom with a real instructor, with a focus on increasing energy, motivation, and releasing stress and tension. In a wide-ranging discussion, Jason and I talked about: The formation of DanceBreak via an MBA program. DanceBreak's positioning in the market. How to build the DanceBreak offer that gets the clients to take action. From getting a foot in the door to being on a buyer's list. Partnering with other groups; teaming up through networks. And much more. For show notes and to see details of my previous guests, check out the podcast page here: www.GetMoreHRClients.com/Podcast WANT MORE CUSTOMERS OR CLIENTS? Want more clients for your HR-related consultancy or HR Tech business? Check out: www.GetMoreHRClients.com/Services. WANT TO START AN HR BUSINESS? Want to launch your own consulting business in the broad Human Resources sector? Check out the workbook: growth.getmorehrclients.com/courses/start-workbook.

The ExecMBA Podcast
ExecMBA Podcast #239: Meet Sherri Watson, Assistant Dean for Student Engagement, Professional Degree Programs

The ExecMBA Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 44:38


In this episode of the podcast, we catch up with Sherri Watson. Sherri is the Assistant Dean for Student Engagement for the Professional Degree Programs at the Darden School of Business, and in her role, she supports Executive MBA and Part-Time MBA students learning out of Sands Family Grounds in Rosslyn. In this wide-ranging conversation, Sherri reflects upon her background, her passion for working with students, what led her to Darden, her impressions of UVA Darden's Executive MBA and Part-Time MBA student communities and more.

Women In STEM Career & Confidence
Inspiring Stories 014 - Aurora Martinez

Women In STEM Career & Confidence

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 51:01


Inspiring Stories 014 - Aurora Martinez Today I talk to Group VP and GM at Wiley in NYC, Aurora Martinez. She shares with me her biggest personal and professional failures and how she normalises failure in Wiley to build leadership trust. She also talks about how to be intentional in being CEO of your own network of support through shared values and how her daughter's diagnosis caused Aurora to be vocal about being a role model for self-esteem. I absolutely loved this interview! I couldn't stop asking questions and I'm sure you will feel the same. Connect with Aurora below: https://www.linkedin.com/in/auroramartinezr/ https://twitter.com/auroramramos Knewton Alta https://www.knewton.com/ WileyPLUS https://www.wileyplus.com/) Resources: Join hundreds of Scientists and Professional Women in Breakthrough Unleashed on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/breakthroughunleashed/ Visit my Website: https://hannahnikeroberts.com/ Connect with me on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/hannahrobertscoaching/ Follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/HannahNikeR Follow me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/drhannahroberts Connect with me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drhannahroberts/ Download Your FREE Guide: https://drhannahroberts.lpages.co/high-achievers-anxiety Read more about Aurora Aurora Martinez-Ramos is Group Vice President and General Manager, Business Education & Careers at Wiley, with a focus on STEM. She also serves as Strategic Advisor to the JEDI Foundation and as a board member of Esade Business School. Prior to joining Wiley, she was the COO and Managing Director at Gamelearn, a game-based learning company, and the co-founder and CEO of EVERLEARNING. She's also served in executive leadership positions at Trinity Education Group, Pearson Education, and Curriculum Associates. She is co-leader of the Financial Forum at EJE&CON, an association that focuses on bringing women into executive and board-level positions. Aurora holds an Executive MBA from Esade, as well as an MA from Columbia University.

The ExecMBA Podcast
ExecMBA Podcast #238: Club Spotlight | Executive MBA Consulting Club

The ExecMBA Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 48:30


In this episode of the podcast, we catch up with Remington “Rem” Roth and Josh Rubbelke. Josh and Rem are second year students in UVA Darden's Executive MBA Class of 2023, and they are Co-Presidents of the Executive MBA Consulting Club. We talk with Josh and Rem about their backgrounds, what led them to Darden, the impact of their Darden experience so far, their plans for the Consulting Club and more. This episode is highly recommended for any listeners potentially interested transitioning to a role with a consulting firm.

Owl Have You Know
Creating Resources for Resiliency feat. Pierre Aristide ‘22

Owl Have You Know

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 30:20


Starting an MBA program in the middle of a global pandemic is difficult already. But when Pierre Aristide was diagnosed with cancer during his program, the flexibility and remote options offered to him made it possible to graduate on time with the rest of his cohort and beat the disease. In fact, Pierre says if it weren't for his cohort, he may have had a totally different health outcome. Pierre earned his Executive MBA from Rice Business in 2022, concentrating in entrepreneurship and healthcare. He is the co-founder and CEO of Impireum Psychiatric Group, an adult, child and adolescent psychiatric practice with locations in Katy, Spring, Richmond and Sugar Land. He is also the co-founder of Index Medical Billing Solutions. Fresh off of graduation, Pierre joins host Christine Dobbyn to discuss resiliency, his path before Rice including almost 30 years as a U.S. Air Force Reserve officer, coping with PTSD and making improvements to mental health treatment centers.Episode Quotes:Advice for future EMBA students23:12 - My advice to anybody going to business school, go in there with a purpose. Don't go in there and try to follow what everybody else is doing. Don't go in there to fit in. Don't go in there to be known because you went to Rice, as a Rice alumni, do it because you have a purpose. And that purpose will be your guiding light. Before and after Rice04:27 - If you ask me who I was  prior to Rice, I would describe to you a whole different person.On finding his purpose at Rice22:36 - My purpose was to be able to do the same thing that I was doing in the military, in the business world. And Rice has taught me that. It made me a little bit more dedicated to what I'm doing now, because now I feel like I know what I'm doing, and there's no room for failure because I have all the tools.Going to Rice saved Pierre's life, he says03:30 - I tell my family, if it wasn't for Rice, I wouldn't be here today. Rice actually saved my life. Accepting me into the program and the support that I got. It looks like it was meant to happen the way it did, but it was all a coincidence. What he's most proud of in his current work in mental health15:08 - When I talk to patients, one of the things they tell me that sticks with me is that I don't have to worry about the stigma anymore. I'm very comfortable coming here and talking my issues out and I don't feel judged. Show Links:Guest Profile: Pierre Aristide on LinkedIn Impireum Psychiatric Group

Culture Crush Business Podcast
027: Growing Culture and Consciousness Has No Finishline

Culture Crush Business Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2022 67:48


This conversion of culture and conscious business was so fluid that you would have thought that Kindra and her two guests, Adam and Thomas, had known each other and talked for years. This was the first time we have done a live stream where the guests could listen and post questions on the Culture Crush Business Podcast- and it was awesome! Thank you to all of the listeners that chimed in and posted questions in the chat. Thank you to Phoenix Business RadioX and Conscious Capitalism Arizona Chapter for sharing it out. They were great questions that we went over toward the end of the show. This conversation dove into many stories and examples of the actions and importance for growing a conscious business- even if it seems a little backwards sometimes. For example, Adam discussed how Goodmans Interior Structures no longer requires their office staff to come into the office to work. This might seem a little backwards for a company that builds and sells office furniture. Instead, they are assessing and redesigning the office into a place where employees want to come into the office. They took into consideration what the employees said and wanted and are putting it into action. This conscious business move will help grow and support the needs of the employees, and therefore the overall culture of the company. This conversation is a great one to listen to if you are a leader trying to improve your company culture and wanting to learn more about conscious capitalism and how it can help influence and support the change you are trying to make in your company. According to Thomas, “Consciousness has no finish line” which means we can always learn and add to our growth and our tool box. When it comes to helping companies grow in conscious ways, Thomas is the man for the job. He has supported the growth of various Conscious Capitalism chapters as well as helped over 800 leaders in his program on developing their conscious journey. He gives away a few of these tips in the podcast conversation with Adam as well. Thank you to our sponsor, the Conscious Capitalism Arizona Chapter, for seeing the value in this conversation of conscious capitalism, culture, and these two amazing gentlemen. Conscious Capitalism Arizona Chapter (CCAZ) is a nonprofit organization whose purpose, in partnership with Conscious Capitalism Inc (CCI), is to build a movement of business leaders improving the practice and perception of capitalism to elevate humanity so that billions of people flourish, leading lives infused with passion, purpose, love and creativity; a world of freedom, harmony, prosperity, and compassion. All in all that means CCAZ is elevating humanity through business. CBJourney is a movement with the purpose to accelerate the upgrade or ofganizations towards a more conscious business ecosystem. We have over 800 certified Conscious Capitalist Consultants in 21 countries, we celebrate our accomplishements though the podcast Capitalista Consciente and the books published, and we grouw our community with our programs for Consultants, leaders and Board of Directors. Thomas Eckschmidt is the father of Gabriela, husband of Ana Maria and an enthusiast of conscious capitalism. This is the journey forward, but we can share from the “obituary” too: Thomas is former farmer, engineer University of Sao Paulo who holds an Executive MBA in finance from Business School São Paulo / University of Toronto, Brazil. His corporate journey included work in twenty different countries before he launched a successful entrepreneurial career that includes 12 business awards, 4 patents filed, and 21 books published, Amazon best Seller and also one published by Harvard: Conscious Capitalism Field Guide – coauthored with Raj Sisodia. A strong believer that business leaders and organizations can do well by doing good, Thomas has been promoting Conscious Capitalism since 2010. He launched a Conscious Capitalism chapter in Brazil and Peru and supported the launch of chapters in other countries. Thomas teaches Conscious Capitalism classes in major business schools and in Corporate Governance programs. He also runs workshops that teaches the fundamentals of Conscious Capitalism and certifies consultants and Bard of Directors. TEDx Speaker with 400k views. Thomas is the cofounder and CEO of CBJ Conscious Business Journey a global network with the purpose to accelerate the upgrade of organizations towards a more conscious business ecosystem. CBJ has certified 800+ Conscious Capitalist Consultants in 21 countries and is an international program based on the Conscious Capitalism Field Guide and Fundamentals of Conscious Capitalism. He also cofounded the first conscious capitalism consultant network (Conscious Business Network) to support organizations interested in upgrading themselves. Thomas also works as a trusted adviser to help organizations implement conscious practices. He cofounded a few conscious businesses along the way, was a B-Corp certified entrepreneur and he also serves on the boards of several different companies. Connect with Thomas on LinkedIn, Facebook and Instagram. Goodmans is a third-generation office furniture distributor in Arizona and New Mexico. Goodmans was the first benefit corporation in Arizona. Adam Goodman, president and CEO of Goodmans Interior Structures, is the third generation to lead the family business. Under Adam's leadership, Goodmans has developed many innovative programs to give back to the community. These programs include Office Chair Hockey, Goodmans Eye for the Good Guy, AIM to Make a Difference, Rooted in Good, GoodInc, GoodART, GoodTHREADS and more. In 2009, Goodmans won the first-ever ACE Award for Community Impact and in 2011 Goodmans became the third certified B Corp in Arizona. In 2012, Goodmans won the overall Impact Company of the Year Award from the Phoenix Chamber of Commerce. In 2013, Goodmans was the Better Business Bureau's Ethics Award winner for Arizona and then Goodmans was honored with the BBB's International Torch Award for Ethics. In 2014 Goodmans was named to the Game Changers 500 list as one of the top 500 companies in the world using business as a force for social change. In 2015 Goodmans became the first Benefit Corporation (B Corp) registered in the State of Arizona and in 2018 Goodmans was recognized as the Top Social Responsibility Company among the Arizona Republic's Top Companies awardees. That same year, Adam was honored with the Greater Phoenix Economic Council's Community Impact Award. Adam has held leadership positions with the Jewish Community Center of Greater Phoenix, Phoenix Country Day School, Young Presidents Organization, Conscious Capitalism, Independent Newsmedia, Arizona Center for Investigative Reporting, the Jewish Federation, the Jewish Community Relations Council, Greater Phoenix Leadership, the Phoenix Symphony, CEO's Against Cancer, Banner Health Foundation, University of Arizona Cancer Center, the State of Arizona Secretary of State's Commerce Council, First Place AZ, Greater Phoenix Economic Council, ASU Herberger Institute Dean's Creativity Council, WP Carey School of Business Economic Club of Phoenix, the National Dealer Alliance and the Herman Miller Certified Dealer Network. Adam has a bachelor's degree in business administration from University of Texas at Austin. He resides in Paradise Valley with his wife Stephanie and their three children. Follow Goodmans on LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. About Culture Crush Culture is not just a tag word to be thrown around. It is not something you throw in job descriptions to draw people to applying for jobs within a company. According to Marcus Buckingham and Ashley Goodall in their book Nine Lies About Work, “Culture is the tenants of how we behave. It's like a family creed. This is how we operate and treat each other in the family.” As a growing company- Culture Crush Business Podcast is THE culture improvement resource that supports companies and leaders.  Our Mission is to improve company cultures so people WANT to go to work. Employees and leaders should like where they work and we think this is possible. Within the company: Culture Crush has Vetted Resources and Partnerships with the right people and resources that can help improve your company culture. On this podcast:  We focus on everything surrounding businesses with good company culture. We will talk with company leaders to learn about real-life experiences, tips, and best practices for creating a healthy work environment where employees are finding joy and satisfaction in their work while also striving and growing within the company.  We also find the companies that offer resources to help improve company culture and showcase them on the show to share their tips and tricks for growing culture. About the Host Kindra Maples  is spartan racer, past animal trainer, previous magician's assistant, and has a weakness for Oreo cookie shakes. Her journey working with people actually started working with animals as a teenager (don't worry we won't go that far back for her bio). She worked for over 15 years in the zoo industry working with animals and the public. Her passion of working with animals shifted into working with people in education, operations and leadership roles. From there her passion of leadership and helping people develop has continued to grow. Then came the opportunity for leading  the Culture Crush Business Podcast and she jumped on it. Leadership, growth, and strong company cultures are all areas that Kindra is interested in diving into further.

LifeTalk
Ty Robinson 2005 [Episode 29]

LifeTalk

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 41:35


Ty Robinson, PCA class of 2005, joins us for a great discussion about the journey that God has taken him on - from his days at PCA, then on to the University of Oklahoma, the break-up of his family, his time as a whitewater raft guide in Colorado, his marriage to Fraley and most recently his continuing educational experience getting his Executive MBA at Harvard. October 2009 was when Ty recommitted his life to Christ! Ty literally broke his back while playing football during the third game of his senior year at PCA. Ty was challenged to form a MasterMind group - and he highly recommends that you think about being a part of one as well. Ty's thoughts: Removing the ego - get rid of your pride so that true growth can take place! Making the effort to reflect - self-reflection and authentic self-awareness is so important to see those areas where you need growth and maturity The Godly Man's Picture by Thomas Watson Special shout out to Jared Wood for allowing us to use his music - check him out at JaredWoodMusic!

Passive Wealth Strategies for Busy Professionals
The State of Self Storage Investing with Kris Bennett

Passive Wealth Strategies for Busy Professionals

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 40:17


Kris brings 14 years of real estate experience to PassiveInvesting.com, spanning self-storage and residential investment and brokerage. At his previous firm, his responsibilities include raising capital, sourcing deals, and leading due diligence. He has advised third-party groups on portfolio acquisitions totaling over fifty million dollars in value. He is a trusted voice in the self-storage space with his podcast The Storage Investor Show.   Kris has presented on the topic of technology in self-storage at the NC Self-Storage Association's annual conference. He has also been a guest speaker in Executive MBA and Undergraduate classes at UNC's Kenan-Flagler Business School.   Kris is a graduate of UNC-Chapel Hill and Kenan-Flagler Business School, where he served as a Fund Manager for the school's private equity real estate fund.   [00:01 – 17:15] Opening Segment Kris Bennett, self-storage investor and host of the PassiveInvesting.com podcast Kris' shift from multifamily to self-storage Early lessons, shifts, hacks, and offset mistakes in self-storage Opportunity in the market with mom and pops   [17:16 – 27:25] The State of Self Storage Investing The Future of Self-Storage and Savvy Investors Inflation versus Recession: Insightful Deal Flows for 2023 Your Lender is Your Silent Partner   [27:26 – 29:57] Where to Put Your Cash More capital less leverage Spending your cash depending on your investment horizon Investment Horizon Considerations   [29:58 – 40:18] Closing Segment Quick break for our sponsors The first step to growing your wealth is tracking your wealth, income spending and everything else about your finances, you can start tracking your wealth for free and get six free months of wealth advisor.  Learn more about Personal Capital at escapingwallstreet.com What is the best investment you've ever made other than your education? His house bought in the middle of COVID Kris' worst investment A 2500 sq. ft. self-storage in Charlotte What is the most important lesson you've learned in business and investing? “It's okay to change your mind.”   Connect with Kris Bennett on LinkedIn and Facebook.   Invest passively in multiple commercial real estate assets such as apartments, self storage, medical facilities, hotels and more through https://www.passivewealthstrategy.com/crowdstreet/ Participate directly in real estate investment loans on a fractional basis. Go to www.passivewealthstrategy.com/groundfloor/ and get ready to invest on your own terms. Join our Passive Investor Club for access to passive commercial real estate investment opportunities. LEAVE A REVIEW + help someone who wants to explode their business growth by sharing this episode or click here to listen to our previous episodes                      Tweetable Quotes: “Your investors and their expectations need to match your strategy, what you're trying to accomplish, and the types of deals that you're looking at.” - Kris Bennett “There is opportunity but there's only so much of it.” - Kris Bennett “Your lender is your silent partner.” - Kris Bennett

Human Capital Innovations (HCI) Podcast
S39E4 - Connecting Employees with Their Company's Direction, Mission, and Purpose, with Dan Bruder

Human Capital Innovations (HCI) Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 32:35


In this HCI Podcast episode, Dr. Jonathan H. Westover talks with Dan Bruder about connecting employees with their company's direction. See the video here: https://youtu.be/vZm-bqxUFGU. Dan Bruder (https://www.linkedin.com/in/danbruder88/), Cofounder and CEO of Blendification, created Blendification ® to harmonize work and life. Dan originally developed and enhanced the Blendification ethos by delivering the Strategy Whiteboard and Personal Whiteboard programs through conventional consulting, teaching in MBA and Executive MBA programs, and authoring "The Blendification ® TEDx Talk with over 225k views. Today, Blendification is aligning System" book. business to focus with employee software apps. With the DIY software, the same strategy framework used for business planning and execution (the Strategy Whiteboard app) is applied to employees' personal growth and development (the Personal Whiteboard app) creating a natural and complementary connection between work and life. Strategy Whiteboard App Blendification is also a popular pursuits through. Please consider supporting the podcast on Patreon and leaving a review wherever you listen to your podcasts! Head over to setapp.com/podcast to listen to Ahead of Its Time. Check out BetterHelp.com/HCI to explore plans and options! Go to cardiotabs.com/innovations and use code innovations to get a free Mental Health Pack featuring Cardiotabs Omega-3 Lemon Minis and Curcumin when you sign up for a subscription. Check out Zapier.com/HCI to explore their business automations! Check out the HCI Academy: Courses, Micro-Credentials, and Certificates to Upskill and Reskill for the Future of Work! Check out the LinkedIn Alchemizing Human Capital Newsletter. Check out Dr. Westover's book, The Future Leader. Check out Dr. Westover's book, 'Bluer than Indigo' Leadership. Check out Dr. Westover's book, The Alchemy of Truly Remarkable Leadership. Check out the latest issue of the Human Capital Leadership magazine. Each HCI Podcast episode (Program, ID No. 592296) has been approved for 0.50 HR (General) recertification credit hours toward aPHR™, aPHRi™, PHR®, PHRca®, SPHR®, GPHR®, PHRi™ and SPHRi™ recertification through HR Certification Institute® (HRCI®). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Smart Business Revolution
Rowena Scherer | Building a Cooking Kit Company, Exploring Different Cultures, and Mentorship

Smart Business Revolution

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 32:33


Rowena Scherer is the Founder and CEO of eat2explore, an award-winning family cooking kit inspiring cultural exploration through diverse global cuisine. She is an experienced financial executive who followed her passion for food, travel, and children to start an experiential explorer box for the whole family. Rowena is a graduate of The French Culinary Institute and holds an Executive MBA from NYU Stern. In this episode of the Smart Business Revolution Podcast, John Corcoran interviews Rowena Scherer, the Founder and CEO of eat2explore, about her journey in building a subscription meal kit company. Rowena also talks about the importance of having a mentor, the challenges she faced building her company, and how eat2explore promotes diversity.

The Marketing Book Podcast
393 Selling Your Expertise by Robert Chen

The Marketing Book Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 95:23


Selling Your Expertise: The Mindset, Strategies, and Tactics of Successful Rainmakers by Robert Chen About the Book: How do rainmakers consistently and continuously sell their ideas and grow their client base? What is the secret to their ongoing success? Whether they are in accounting, consulting, investment banking, law, or any other type of professional service, it's not just their knowledge, experience, and unique services that set them apart. They succeed by adopting the mindset, mastering the strategies, and employing the tactics at the heart of rainmaking. In Selling Your Expertise: The Mindset, Strategies, and Tactics of Successful Rainmakers, veteran communications, sales, and leadership consultant Robert Chen provides a practical guide to selling knowledge-based services in a market that demands credibility and subject-matter authority. Chen and his colleagues at Exec|Comm have helped hundreds of thousands of professionals learn to sell, influence, and negotiate more effectively. This book condenses Chen's first-hand experience and over 40 years of Exec|Comm's best sales advice, along with interviews featuring other successful rainmakers from a variety of professions and industries. Whether you're a national practice partner at a Big Four consulting firm or an independent attorney just starting out, this book equips you with the real-life knowledge you need to: Develop a client-focused mindset to help build a thriving book of business Use effective strategies to find your ideal prospects and turn them into long-term clients, using concrete metrics to assess whether you're on the right track Apply practical tactics to build a trusted reputation, sharpen communication skills, manage the challenges of not having enough time to sell, and push beyond obstacles The perfect book for consultants, investment bankers, lawyers, research analysts, and accountants, Selling Your Expertise is an invaluable resource for any professional who makes a living by selling solutions to their clients' most pressing needs. About the Author: Robert Chen is a Partner at Exec|Comm LLC, a global skills-based training consultancy where he leads the firm's business development and sales efforts. In addition to his corporate client work, Robert teaches Advanced Persuasion and Storytelling at the Wharton School for their MBA and Executive MBA programs. Robert founded Embrace Possibility, a digital media site focused on helping people reach their full potential. In 2013, Robert published his book on goal setting and success, The Dreams to Reality Fieldbook: A Step-by-Step Guide to Get What You Want. He has shared his perspective on business development, strategic career management, and professional development in numerous articles for Fast Company, Business Insider, and Training Magazine. Robert holds an MBA from Wharton and double majored in Chemistry and Economics at Cornell University. And, interesting facts – he has lived in China and Japan, visited the seven continents, got his start in the business world as a student selling Cutco knives and his LinkedIn bio mentions that he is a semi-cool dad at home. Click here for this episode's website page with the links mentioned during the interview... https://www.salesartillery.com/marketing-book-podcast/selling-expertise-robert-chen