Edremit, Kurşunlu Camii - 28 Ekim 1973 "... Ey çok günah işleyerek kendi öz canlarına kötülük etmede ileri giden kullarım! Allah'ın rahmetinden ümidinizi kesmeyiniz. Allah dilerse bütün günahları bağışlar..." (Zümer, 53) ayeti izah edilerek bayramların, Allah'ın (cc) rahmetle tecellî ettiği günler olduğu dile getiriliyor. Resûlullah'ın (sav) ümit atmosferinde kurtuluşa eren sahâbîler... Peygamber Efendimiz (sav), Allah'ın (cc) rahmetinin mücessem şeklidir. Cenab-ı Hakk (cc) O'nunla (sav) insanlara merhamet etmiştir. Marifetullah'a erenlerin Cenâb-ı Hakk'ın (cc) huzurundaki halleri... Günümüzde müslümanların içinde bulundukları kötü durumlar ve bundan çıkış yolları.. Şakî olduğunu bildiği halde Allah kapısından ayrılmayan bir Hakk dostu... Rabbimizin engin rahmetinden günahlarımızın afvı ve milletçe kurtuluşumuzun niyaz edildiği duygu yüklü bir dua... Hutbede, Cenâb-ı Hakk'a (cc) dönüşün ehemmiyeti üzerinde duruluyor.
#businesstransformation #consulting #digitaltransformation Errol Gardner is Global Vice Chair for Consulting at EY, which has 350,000 people and is one of the largest professional services firms in the world. Errol joins CXOTalk to share his insights about the current state of business and leadership and offer practical advice on leading transformation initiatives at large organizations.Read the full transcript: https://www.cxotalk.com/episode/business-transformation-lessons-practical-adviceCXOTalk newsletter: https://www.cxotalk.com/subscribeGiven Errol's experience working with EY's many global clients, this is an important conversation for anyone interesting in transformation.The conversation includes these topics:-- About EY and the role of Vice Chair for consulting-- What is business transformation?-- What are the goals of business transformation?-- What is the organizational transformation mindset?-- What are common elements of transformation initiatives across large organizations?-- What are the success factors for cultural transformation?-- How can business leaders support change efforts during the transformation process?-- Why do organizations start a digital transformation journey?-- How should organizations start their business transformation process?-- What is the role of IT in digital transformation?-- How can organizations overcome digital transformation challenges?-- Why is cultural transformation so important?-- Why are diversity and diverse teams so important to successful business transformation?-- Advice to business leaders-- Advice to middle managersErrol Gardner leads EY Global Consulting with over 100,000 professionals worldwide. In this role, he advises clients on transforming businesses, enabled by technology and data, with a human-centered approach. He joined EY as a partner in 2009 and has held several leadership positions, including the EY Global Leader for Technology Consulting. Errol has 30 years of professional services experience, and has served clients in oil and gas, power and utilities, and has focused on banking and insurance in recent years. Errol is passionate about diversity, equity and inclusion, and co-chairs EY's Global Social Equity Taskforce (GSET), to raise consciousness on social equity inside and outside of EY. He is a member of the Executive Leadership Council, an organization committed to increasing the number of C-suite Black executives on corporate boards. Errol is an Associated Chartered Accountant (ACA) and holds a BA in Industrial Economics from the University of Nottingham, UK.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zuOkFO3BkOc YİRMİ ALTINCI SÖZ İkinci Mebhas Ehl-i ilme mahsus, ince bir tetkik-i ilmîdir. Eğer desen: Kader ile cüz-ü ihtiyarî nasıl tevfik edilebilir? Elcevap: Yedi vech ile. … Yedincisi: İrade-i cüz'iye-i insaniye ve cüz-ü ihtiyariyesi, çendan zayıftır, bir emr-i itibarîdir. Fakat Cenâb-ı Hak ve Hakîm-i Mutlak, o zayıf, cüz'î iradeyi, irade-i külliyesinin taallûkuna bir şart-ı âdi yapmıştır. Yani, mânen der: "Ey abdim, ihtiyarınla hangi yolu istersen, seni o yolda götürürüm. Öyle ise mes'uliyet sana aittir." Teşbihte hata olmasın, sen bir iktidarsız çocuğu omuzuna alsan, onu muhayyer bırakıp "Nereyi istersen seni oraya götüreceğim" desen; o çocuk yüksek bir dağı istedi, götürdün. Çocuk üşüdü yahut düştü. Elbette "Sen istedin" diyerek itab edip, üstünde bir tokat vuracaksın. İşte, Cenâb-ı Hak, Ahkemü'l-Hâkimîn, nihayet zaafta olan abdin iradesini bir şart-ı âdi yapıp, irade-i külliyesi ona nazar eder. Elhasıl: Ey insan! Senin elinde gayet zayıf, fakat seyyiâtta ve tahribatta eli gayet uzun ve hasenatta eli gayet kısa, cüz-ü ihtiyarî namında bir iraden var. O iradenin bir eline duayı ver ki, silsile-i hasenatın bir meyvesi olan Cennete eli yetişsin ve bir çiçeği olan saadet-i ebediyeye eli uzansın. Diğer eline istiğfarı ver ki, onun eli seyyiâttan kısalsın ve o şecere-i mel'unenin bir meyvesi olan zakkum-u Cehenneme yetişmesin. Demek, dua ve tevekkül meyelân-ı hayra büyük bir kuvvet verdiği gibi, istiğfar ve tevbe dahi meyelân-ı şerri keser, tecavüzâtını kırar.
Wharton Professor of Management Emilie Feldman joins Wharton Business Daily to discuss EY's announcement that it will split into to separate businesses. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Pam Jackson, CEO of Level20, joins Winna Brown to reveal how mentorship programs can help women build long-term careers in PE. According to a report that EY teams recently published on diversity, equity and inclusiveness (DEI), the private equity industry's ability to meet stakeholder demands, access capital, win deals and compete for talent is increasingly contingent on progress against DEI metrics. Talent management has become the number two strategic priority across PE firms of all sizes, second only to asset growth. DEI initiatives are now proliferating in private equity as the industry begins to address how its culture has historically impeded diversity. Level20 is a non-profit organization based in the UK that is dedicated to improving gender diversity in the European PE industry and specifically in senior leadership roles at PE firms. Read “Can PE win deals if it doesn't deal with DEI?”: https://www.ey.com/en_gl/private-equity/can-pe-win-deals-if-it-doesn-t-deal-with-dei Calculate how long it will take to achieve your diversity goals: https://kenaninstitute.unc.edu/diversity-integration-model/ Ten ways male PE leaders can support and mentor their female colleagues: Serve as role models and mentors Engage with colleagues who are different from yourself Encourage women to realize their value Promote stories of inspiring women Engage in small interventions Embody inclusive leadership Give cultural shifts time to come to fruition Build a diverse talent pipeline from the bottom over time Recognize that recruiting senior women is not a “quick win” Model how long it will take to achieve your diversity goals with the EY Diversity Integration Model
Women in the Spotlight: Sandra Zahn über Abschied und Ankommen Stell dir vor, du arbeitest seit 18 Jahren erfolgreich in einem Unternehmen und hast dort deine Komfortzone gefunden. Und dann bekommst du ein Jobangebot durch einen Ex-Kollegen. Würdest du wechseln? EY-Partnerin Sandra Zahn hat es gemacht. Sie ist vor sieben Jahren neu bei EY eingestiegen und verantwortet heute die Due Diligence für die gesamte Region Europe West. In dieser Folge unter dem Motto „Women in the Spotlight“ erzählt Sandra, was sie damals überzeugte, mit EY ihre Karriereweichen neu zu stellen. Ob sich der mutige Schritt gelohnt hat? Darüber redet sie ganz echt und ungeschminkt. Erfahre außerdem, wie ein Termin in der Pathologie ihren ursprünglichen Berufswunsch veränderte und wie sie heute ihre IT-Leidenschaft an weibliche Nachwuchstalente weitergibt, damit „mehr X-Chromosomen“ ihren Weg in den Tech-Bereich finden. Wir wünschen viel Spaß beim Zuhören! Hier kannst du dich mit Sandra auf LinkedIn vernetzen. Mehr über deine Karrieremöglichkeiten und EY als Arbeitgeber erfährst du auf unserer Karriere-Website und in unserem Karriereblog. Bleib immer up to date und verpass keine Folge: Abonniere einfach EY Careers Spotlight und lass uns gern eine Bewertung da – wir freuen uns auf deine Meinung!
Franck Sebag, associé chez EY, était l'invité de Christophe Jakubyszyn dans Good Morning Business, ce mercredi 21 septembre. Ils sont revenus sur les comportements des startups avec une levée de fonds record en 2021, la quasi-totalité des start-up qui prévoit d'embaucher en 2022, et la poursuite de leur croissance pour les start-up françaises, sur BFM Business. Retrouvez l'émission du lundi au vendredi et réécoutez la en podcast.
Ce mercredi 21 septembre, Laure Closier et Christophe Jakubyszyn ont reçu Clément Ray, cofondateur d'Innovafeed, Franck Sebag, associé chez EY, José-Luis Llacuna, PDG de Duralex, et Denis Le Vot, directeur général de Dacia (groupe Renault), dans l'émission Good Morning Business sur BFM Business. Retrouvez l'émission du lundi au vendredi et réécoutez la en podcast.
Simone Roche MBE chats to Laura Wood, Northern Power Women Agent of Change award winner 2022 and Co-Founder and Director of Invisible Creations, an organisation that specialises in designing products that support people to live well and independently in their homes for longer. Together Simone and Laura chat about all things NPW Awards and creating a business that helps others. Listen to learn: What advice Laura would give to somebody who was looking to join a Board Why Invisible Creations was a personal journey for Laura How Invisible Creations can help people's physical and mental health What's next for Laura on her journey to do even more good Check out Invisible Creations here. Sign up to our Power Platform to make your NPW Awards Nominations here. Download this episode's Cheat Sheet here. Find us on Twitter, LinkedIn and InstagramJust a reminder that nominations are now open for the 7th Northern Power Women awards, sponsored by EY.Until October 4, you have the chance to celebrate the achievements of role models, trail blazers or organisations making a real difference to your sector or community. Don't let their incredible work go unrewarded! Simply head over to our Power Platform at wearepower.net and start your nomination now - good luck!
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It's been known for some time now that EY, one of the ‘Big 4' professional services firms, has been considering splitting its auditing and consulting arms into separate organisations. Well, it was recently revealed that the split has been approved by EY's senior leadership, and will now be subject to a partner vote. If approved, EY's audit business would remain in the existing partnership structure, whilst a new, larger advisory business would spin out into a standalone company. This episode, Source CEO Fiona Czerniawska is joined by colleagues Paul English, Director of Marketing Advisory, and Martin White, Principal Consultant. In this roundtable discussion, they get to grips with what the EY split might mean for the resultant audit and advisory firms, as well as the wider professional services market.
La todopoderosa industria automotriz alemana atraviesa una seria crisis existencial. Aprieta el acelerador hacia el auto eléctrico pero el mega consumo del litio en las nuevas baterías plantea ya las mismas críticas éticas y ecológicas que se le imputan a los combustibles fósiles que mueven a los motores a explosión. Un reportaje realizado en el marco de la Semana Europea del Desarrollo Sostenible. Dos billones de automóviles circulan hoy en día por todo el mundo. Y poco ha cambiado esencialmente del motor a explosión que los mueve desde que lo inventó en 1886 el ingeniero alemán Nicolaus Otto. Comparado con otros artefactos de la vida moderna, el motor a explosión es hoy una suerte de dinosaurio. Una de las consecuencias más graves de la popularidad del auto a través de estos siglos es su enorme efecto contaminante. El transporte provoca una cuarta parte de las emisiones de CO2 en Europa, el 71 % de ellas provienen del transporte por carretera. El motor a combustión y sus alternativas más o menos eficientes Para alcanzar las metas europeas, de aquí a 2050 habría que disminuir un vertiginoso 90% de las emisiones de gases de efecto invernadero provocadas por el transporte. Y Alemania debería ser el gran responsable de esta tarea: es el principal exportador mundial de automóviles, tiene un 20% del mercado mundial y vende el sueño del auto perfecto. Es el país de los Mercedes Benz, de los BMW, de los Porsche, de Volkswagen, Opel y Audi. Lo insostenible del motor a combustión lo sabía hace mucho tiempo, pero se la ha hecho fácil. “Soñaron durante demasiado tiempo con el diésel o con los híbridos, que con el escándalo del Dieselgate terminó en un desastre”, explica Ferdinand Dudenhöffer, profesor de economía automotriz, director del CAR-Center Automotive Research. “No se tomó en serio la electro movilidad en el pasado, , no se creyó en los autos eléctricos en el pasado y desde hace tres, cuatro, cinco años no se ocuparon de las baterías y se mantuvieron en un ya viejo modelo de negocios”, prosigue. El motor a combustión no sólo es contaminante, también es ineficiente. Para sustituir al motor a combustión se han presentado muchos candidatos, estima Koshan Mahdi, profesor de movilidad en la Universidad de Ciencias Aplicadas de Berlín: “Es ineficiente porque quema el combustible y genera un montón de calor con este quemar y la mitad de la energía se va vaporizando, difundiendo en el ambiente, y sólo la mitad se usa para la movilidad”. “Técnicamente hay muchas alternativas. Se ven algunas en las calles, pero si quiero la mejor alternativa, entonces tiene que ser más eficiente, más económico, más sostenible”, añade Mahdi, subrayando que opciones como el nitrógeno o los combustibles sintéticos no son deseables. El motor eléctrico parece haberse impuesto definitivamente en una lucha extenuante por el futuro de la movilidad entre infinidad de alternativas. Pero el auto eléctrico no es por sí mismo una solución como lo demuestra el ejemplo de los nada pequeñas SUV, la curiosa nueva moda de los autos grandes. Según el profesor, con uno de estos autos de una cierta marca, “viajando de Berlín a Múnich se consume la electricidad que una familia de cuatro personas consume en un mes entero. Ida y vuelta son dos meses de energía para una familia. Ahora, con la crisis que tenemos en el mundo por la guerra de Rusia, la gente se da cuenta de ahorrar energía, la energía es cara”. El litio, un beneficio engañoso cuya extracción provoca “enormes daños ambientales” La batería más eficiente para autos eléctricos hasta ahora es la de litio, que además usa otros varios componentes bastante exóticos, escasos y caros como el cobalto. El litio es el principal componente de las nuevas baterías y representa un 30 % del total del peso de una batería de automóvil normal. Pero reemplazar petróleo por baterías eléctricas no deja de ser un beneficio engañoso: “El proceso de producción del auto tiene que ser también sostenible, no sólo el uso cotidiano. Significa, usando energías renovables, usar lo menos posible recursos naturales, usar materiales reciclados, quitar todo el litio de la tierra, como hicimos con el petróleo antes, no parece tan sostenible. Hay un billón de autos en el planeta, 80 millones produciendo cada año. Creo que hay bastante litio todavía, pero estamos entrando en un nuevo círculo de excavar todo lo que podemos al precio que nadie quiere pagar. No va a salir sostenible de ninguna manera, creo”, opina Mahdi. El litio, un mineral que existe principalmente en Chile y Bolivia. Los gobiernos sudamericanos están bajo la enorme presión de las ofertas de los productores mundiales de baterías y automóviles para aumentar en todo lo posible la extracción de litio. Pero ya en Alemania crecen las voces que muestran lo cínico que es promover un automóvil ecológico en Europa con enormes costos ambientales que deben enfrentar los países que lo producen. “Si se quieren ver los daños ecológicos, pues hay que ir al Desierto de Atacama en Chile. Una de esas plantas tiene 44 kilómetros cuadrados de extensión. Todos los días esa planta extrae 120 millones de litros de aguas subterráneas para empujar al litio a la superficie. ¿Y sabe qué pasa con esa agua? Pues estamos en el desierto... ¡Simplemente se evapora, desaparece! Es decir que esta empresa saca 120 millones de litros de aguas subterráneas todos los días para extraer litio, para que nosotros aquí digamos ‘¡Ey, yo conduzco un auto eléctrico!'. Estamos provocando enormes daños ambientales y con esta nueva moda eléctrica se pondrá muy difícil”, lamentaHarald Lesch, de la Universidad de Múnich. El esquema parece ser el de importar los beneficios y mantener lejos los costos: “Antes traíamos el petróleo de algún lado y ‘aceptábamos' entre comillas los daños al medio ambiente que provocábamos allá y ahora pasa lo mismo con el litio. Me da la impresión que cuando le preguntamos a los industriales de dónde sacan sus materias primas ellos dicen ‘alguien nos las manda'. En el fondo no queremos saber aquí en Europa o en Estados Unidos los daños ambientales que provocamos en otros países”, agrega Lesch. Moverse de manera “más inteligente”: hacia menos autos privados Poco a poco y pensado ya a largo plazo parece estar imponiéndose la idea que en un futuro próximo poseer un automóvil privado será innecesario. Sería seguramente la única salida sostenible de la difícil movilidad moderna. “No es sabio reemplazar todo lo que tenemos ahora con otro motor. Es mejor pensar en la forma en cómo nos movemos”, argumenta Koshan Mahdi, dando como ejemplo el alquiler de auto en el instante, el uso de taxis compartidos, de transporte público, de patines o bicicletas eléctricos o de carga. “Hoy se está desarrollando una gran variedad de métodos de movilidad y creo que con esta mezcla se puede moverse más inteligente y más eficiente que con un auto”, recalca. Berlín no es una ciudad especialmente ecológica, pero el gran desarrollo de su transporte público ha hecho que sólo la mitad de su población tenga un auto privado: “En Berlín tenemos un transporte público muy desarrollado, da igual por donde quieres ir, hay un tranvía, hay metro, hay de todo, y las 24 horas”, comenta Felipe Smith, que vive en la capital alemana y tiene dos hijos pequeños. “La situación de la infraestructura pública está perfecta. El transporte público también. Hay un montón de proveedores donde se puede alquilar un auto con una aplicación, también los patines, bicicletas…”, subraya asimismo Smith. El 75 % del espacio público de las ciudades modernas, todo el espacio que no son comercios o viviendas, lo ocupan los automóviles, o bien moviéndose por la ciudad o estacionados. En el mínimo 25 % restante están arrinconados los peatones en estrechas veredas, en plazas o parques. Paradójicamente, en Alemania, un automóvil está un promedio de 23 horas al día inmóvil. Si se lograra reducir a un mínimo imprescindible el automóvil privado, lo que apoyan prácticamente todos los expertos en movilidad actuales, las ciudades modernas vivirían una transformación extraordinaria y también seguramente la vida misma de sus habitantes.
Bu video 06/11/2016 tarihinde yayınlanan " DEFİNEYE MÂLİK VİRÂNELER VE ÇAĞIN GARABETİ" isimli bamtelinden alınmıştır. Tamamı burada: https://www.herkul.org/bamteli/bamtel... “Harabât ehline hor bakmayın; defineye mâlik virâneler var!..” Nice derbeder gibi görünen kimseler vardır ki, onların içleri define doludur. Bu hakikati İbrahim Hakkı Hazretleri bir şiirinde şöyle ifade eder: “Harabât ehline hor bakma Şâkir / Defineye mâlik viraneler var!..” Bu da bizdeki hüsn-ü zannın blokajlarından birisi sayılır. Falanı derbeder, perişan, yıkık-dökük, sürüm sürüm görünce, hemen onun hakkında olumsuz bir hükme varma!.. “Hakkı, gel, sırrını eyleme zâhir, Olayım der isen, bu yolda mâhir, Harabât ehline hor bakma Şâkir, (büyük oğlu) Defineye mâlik virâneler var!..” Hazreti Hızır ile Hazreti Musa kıssasında da defineye mâlik bir viraneden bahsedilir. Antakya'da olduğu söylenir, Allahu a'lem. Hızır ile Musa (aleyhimesselam) sergüzeştisi içinde, vak'ayı noktalayan husus, mâil-i inhidam olan bir duvarın düzeltilmesi. O mâil-i inhidam duvarın altında babaları tarafından saklanmış hazine var. “Harabât ehline hor bakma Şâkir / Defineye mâlik virâneler var!..” Derbeder, perişan, mukassî gördüğünüz nice kimseler vardır ki, hiç belli değil, bakarsınız bin velinin kalbî ve ruhî hayatını, sırrî hayatını, hafâ-ahfâya ait ufkunu, vicdanının enginliğinde taşıyor. Rasat ediyor edilmezleri; görüyor görülmezleri; duyuyor duyulmazları; biliyor ufkumuzun idrakinden âciz olduğu şeyleri… Evet, biz, مَا عَرَفْنَاكَ حَقَّ مَعْرِفَتِكَ يَا مَعْرُوفُ “Ey bütün mahlûkat tarafından bilinen Rabbimiz, Seni bilinmesi gereken ölçüde bilip tanıyamadık!..” diyeduralım.. مَا عَبَدْنَاكَ حَقَّ عِبَادَتِكَ يَا مَعْبُودُ “Ey ibadete layık yegâne Ma'bud, Sana hakkıyla ibadet edemedik!..” diyeduralım.. مَا حَمِدْنَاكَ حَقَّ حَمْدِكَ يَا مَحْمُودُ “Ey herkes tarafından hamd u sena ile yâd edilen Mabud-u Mutlak, Sana hakkıyla hamd edemedik.” diyeduralım.. مَا شَكَرْنَاكَ حَقَّ شُكْرِكَ يَا مَشْكُورُ “Ey her dilde meşkûr olan Rabbimiz, Sana gereğince şükredemedik!..” diyeduralım.. مَا سَبَّحْنَاكَ حَقَّ تَسْبِيحِكَ يَا سُبْحَانُ “Ey yerde ve gökte her varlık tarafından adı anılan ve tesbih edilen Rabbimiz, şanına lâyık zikr u tesbihi yapamadık!” diyeduralım.. مَا قَدَرْنَاكَ حَقَّ قَدْرِكَ يَا اَللهُ الْحَيُّ الْقَيُّومُ، يَا اَللهُ اْلأَحَدُ الصَّمَدُ، يَا اَللهُ الرَّحْمَنُ الرَّحِيمُ “Ey Hayy, Kayyûm, Ehad, Samed, Rahman, Rahim Allah'ımız, zâtını, esma ve sıfatını, nimet ve lütuflarını hakkıyla takdir edemedik!..” diyeduralım. (Antrparantez; Zâtî ismini, izafeten çok defa bu kelimelerle yeniden isimlendirdiğinden dolayı, onları betahsis zikrettim, zikrediyorum.) “Biz O'nu (celle celaluhu) hakkıyla takdir edemedik!..” diyeduralım… Çokları -bir yönüyle- o takdirin, o tahmîdin, o teşekkürün, o irfanın çağlayanları içinde sonsuza doğru bir yelken açmışlar ki, deryaya varacakları mukadder, tebahhur edecekleri (yani “fenâfillah-bekâbillah” olacakları) mukadder, rahmete dönüşmeleri mukadder, başımızdan aşağıya rahmet gibi sağanak sağanak boşalacakları mukadder. Bazıları da öyle…
Bu video 06/11/2016 tarihinde yayınlanan " DEFİNEYE MÂLİK VİRÂNELER VE ÇAĞIN GARABETİ" isimli bamtelinden alınmıştır. Tamamı burada: https://www.herkul.org/bamteli/bamtel... Bize şah damarımızdan daha yakın olan Allah'a kurbetin yolu kendi uzaklığımızı aşmamızdan geçer. Kudsî hadis olarak rivayet edilen bir mübarek söz: “Ey insanoğlu! Nefsini bilen Beni bilir. Beni bilen, Beni arar. Beni arayan, mutlaka Beni bulur. Ve Beni bulan, bütün arzularına ve dahasına nâil olur. Nâil olur ve Benden başkasını Bana tercih etmez!” Evet, hadis-i kudsî diye rivayet ediliyor; hadîs-i kudsî diye. Kur'an-ı Kerim'de bu meseleyi te'yid eden hususlar var; mesele pozitif yanıyla ele alınarak veya negatif yanıyla ele alınarak. Ezcümle, نَسُوا اللهَ فَأَنْسَاهُمْ أَنْفُسَهُمْ “Onlar Allah'ı unuttukları için, Allah da öz canlarını kendilerine unutturdu.” (Haşir, 59/19) Onlar, Allah'ı unuttular, göz ardı ettiler; Allah da onlara, unutma mukabelesinde bulundu. Buna “mukabele” denir, belagat ilmine göre; “müşâkele” de diyebilirsiniz. Onlar nasıl O'nu unuttular, O da öyle bir mukabelede bulundu. O'nu bilme, çok önemlidir. O'nu bilmeme, O'ndan kopma demektir; kendi uzaklığımızı hazırlama demektir. O, bize, şah damarından daha yakındır. Cismaniyetimiz, hayvaniyetimiz, beşerî garîzelerimiz ve hevâ-i nefsimiz açısından uzaklığı biz kendimiz icat ediyoruz. Aşmamız gerekli olan da “kendi uzaklığımız”dır. O, yakındır; o Yakın'a (celle celâluhu) yakın olmanın yolu, kendi uzaklığımızı aşmaktan geçer. Kendi uzaklığına takılan ne kadar çok insan var!.. Hüsn-ü zanna binaen, namazını kılan/kaçırmayan, orucunu tutan, hacca giden, yalan söylemeyen, iftira etmeyen, zulümde bulunmayan, irtikâpta bulunmayan, ihtilasta bulunmayan şahıslar hakkında “Bunlar, yakınlıklarını koruyan insanlar!” diye düşünmek lazım. Böyle düşünmek, حُسْنُ الظَّنِّ مِنْ حُسْنِ الْعِبَادَةِ “Hüsn-ü zan sahibi olması, kişinin kulluğunun güzelliğindendir.” fehvasınca, mü'minin hüsn-ü zannının gereğidir ve o en güzel bir ibadettir.
We're back with more Fraudwire! This week we cover Brett Farvre and the biggest welfare scam in Mississippi history, a woman in Florida who was deemed the Mother Theresa of her community when in reality she was running a nearly $200m ponzi scheme, EY is finally breaking up their auditing and consulting business, and we learned that if Steve Harvey isn't showing up at your door then it's NOT Publishers Clearing House! Seena Ghaznavi and Justin Williams are joined by comedian Brendan Fitzgibbons.
Childhood bullying has significant impacts on the mental health and wellbeing of children. These effects can extend well into adulthood, especially if there is little or no intervention. Understandings and official definitions of childhood bullying have varied over the years, which has made it difficult for bullying to be recognised as a mental health issue for children. This also lends itself to misunderstandings in labelling children as ‘bullies' or ‘victims'. This episode is part one of a two-part series on childhood bullying and mental health. In this episode, Nicole Rollbusch talks to Dr Lesley-Anne Ey, a senior lecturer and researcher at Education Futures and the Australian Centre for Child Protection at the University of South Australia. Dr Ey shares how definitions of childhood bullying vary and the impact this can have on children. Dr Ey also discusses the influence of bullying on children's mental health and the role of prevention and early intervention in reducing these effects. She explores the mental health impact of labelling children as ‘bullies' or ‘victims' and links these considerations to practice for health and social services professionals. In this episode you will learn: the definition of bullying, how understandings can differ, and the consequences for children's wellbeing [01:45] the effects of childhood bullying on mental health [08:25] the importance of early intervention [12:05] the impact of labelling a child as the ‘bully' or ‘victim' and how practitioners can shift these labels to support child mental health [18:29] Further information and resources: Online course: Understanding childhood bullying and mental health Practice papers: Working with families to prevent bullying Exploring bullying in context: Children's relationships, friendships and social functioning Supporting families to navigate school responses to bullying Identifying and responding to bullying in the pre-teen years: The role of primary health care practitioners Podcast: Childhood bullying and mental health – part two (released next fortnight) Webinar: Working with children who are experiencing or engaging in bullying behaviour
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Irish technology company evHACS has announced the launch of its innovative new charging system for electric vehicles (“EVs”) which it says will help to solve the challenge of charging solutions for electric-powered vehicle charging in the coming years. The company seeks to bring together three sectors: the electric vehicle charging ecosystem, the connected autonomous vehicle environment and the refrigeration and air conditioning industry. evHACS is an Irish Company supported by Enterprise Ireland. The amount of EV chargers required by 2030 is significant according to multiple sources. Ireland had 1,900 public EV chargers in 2021, this needs to increase to 30,000 by 2030 according to reports; the UK had 25,000 public EV chargers installed in 2021 and there needs to be 280,000 to 480,000 by 2030; the European Court of Auditors says there are 220,000 public chargers in Europe in 2020 which must grow to 1 million by 2025 and 3 million by 2030; EY, a consultancy, estimates that Europe will need 65 million chargers in total to fuel 130 million EV by 2035. Solution Is the charging industry capable of providing the number of chargers required? The jury is out. However, there is an industry which can help. evHACS? (short for electric vehicle charging heat pump air conditioning system) is a business with a patent-pending technology that uniquely combines electric car charging with heat pumps, air conditioners and refrigeration units. The technology seeks to contribute to lowering carbon home and commercial premises emissions by integrating two technologies thereby: lowering installation costs; lowering running costs; dynamically managing power consumption in the home; lowering CO² output and energy consumption The Heating, Ventilation Air Conditioning (“HVAC”) industry is expected to enter a period of exceptional growth over the next decade. The International Energy Agency (“IEA”) say they expect heat pump units installed globally to grow from 180 million units to a stock of over 600 million units by 2030. The stock of air conditioning units are also expected to increase from 2 billion units currently to almost 3 billion units by 2030. evHACS seeks to show that the heat pump (and air conditioning unit) is the perfect unit to house an EV charger. The HVAC industry will work with evHACS to ensure that a proportion of units have the technology on board. The HVAC industry has the capability to significantly ameliorate the supply of EV chargers to satisfy the growing demand globally: targeting 5% of new HVAC units offering the technology it represents in excess of 2.1 million heat pump units and 50 million air conditioning units by 2030. Ireland is targeting 600,000 domestic heat pumps installed by 2030. The UK will grow the installation of electric heat pumps from 30,000 per year currently to 600,000 per year by 2028. COP26 has continued the pressure on all Governments to reduce carbon output through to 2040. The war in Ukraine has also heightened the necessity to present to market solutions which will lower oil and natural gas dependency. Jeff Aherne, CEO evHACS says: “evHACS technology is simplicity at its best: integrating a charger into a HVAC unit saves on separate installations of both a charger and an air conditioning unit saving time, money and personnel. In domestic situations where a heat pump is increasingly proving popular over natural gas and oil, it makes sense to have a charger integrated into the unit.” A domestic charger uses around 7kW of power and a heat pump uses up to 5kW depending on its size. A house typically has 12 to 16kW of power, so having both the heat pump and the charger running concurrently risks tripping the main breaker if other appliances are also switched on. Other manufacturers of chargers use load balancing to reduce the charge to the vehicle in order to stop the tripping and circuit failure. evHACS also balances. However, it uniquely balances “both” the heat pump and the charger introducing a fle...
In today's podcast, Tony Schwartz shares with us how to be a transformational leader. Tony shares that in order to have big impact in this world, we need to fully accept all aspects of ourselves — "you see more, feel more and be more." This approach allows us to avoid wasting energy defending and instead have more energy to create impact. Take a listen to the whole episode to learn more about energy and mindset regulation. ***** Tony Schwartz is the founder and CEO of The Energy Project, a consulting firm that helps individuals and organizations more skillfully manage their energy so they can thrive in a world of relentlessly rising demand and complexity. Tony began his career as a journalist and he has been a reporter for the New York Times, a writer for Newsweek, and a contributing writer to New York Magazine and Esquire. At the Energy Project, Tony has coached many CEOs and senior leaders. He has also delivered keynotes and trainings to companies around the world, including Google, Unilever, Apple, PWC Facebook, Whole Foods, EY, Microsoft, Kaiser Permanente, Stanford Medical Center, the National Security Agency, and Save the Children. He has also written extensively about leadership, transformation and the modern workplace for The New York Times, the Washington Post, Forbes and the Harvard Business Review. Tony is the author of six books, including “The Power of Full Engagement: Managing Energy Not Time” which spent 28 weeks on the New York Times Bestseller List and “The Way We're Working Isn't Working,” also a New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestseller. Tony graduated with honors from the University of Michigan. He is married to Deborah Pines, a psychoanalyst, and they have two grown daughters, and four grandchildren.
Ernst & Young faces numerous challenges as it tries to gain ground in the competitive advisory market while maintaining its place in the audit industry as its leaders push ahead with a planned breakup of the $40 billion revenue firm. The consequential deal could hinder EY's ability to retain and hire the skilled professionals it needs to deliver in-demand audit and reporting services as a stand-alone audit firm, said Jim Peterson, former in-house attorney for Arthur Andersen, the former top audit firm which collapsed in 2002. On this episode of Talking Tax, Peterson discusses with Bloomberg Tax's Amanda Iacone about what EY's breakup means to the accounting industry and the risks that firm leaders face as they try to decouple the global business. Do you have feedback on this episode of Talking Tax? Give us a call and leave a voicemail at 703-341-3690.
Raddir, samtök um vandaðan upplestur og framsögn standa fyrir málþinginu Stóra upplestrarkeppnin - Á tímamótum. Það mun fara fram annan mánudag í hátíðarsal Háskóla Íslands. Upplestrarkeppnin er sem sagt á tímamótum því að sveitarfélög landsins hafa tekið við framkvæmd verkefnisins, en við fengum Ingibjörgu Einarsdóttur, formann Radda, sem séð hafa um verkefnið hingað til, eða í 26 ár, til þess að koma í þáttinn og segja okkur frá sögu þess og hvernig það hefur þróast fram að þessum tímamótum. Elín Björk Jónasdóttir veðurfræðingur kom til okkar í mannlegt veðurspjall í dag. Þar talaði hún til dæmis um viðvörunarkerfið, gulu, appelsínugulu og rauðu viðvaranirnar. Við fengum svo póstkort frá Magnúsi R. Einarssyni í dag. Magnús er búinn að vera á faraldsfæti undanfarnar vikur og segir okkur af ferðum sinum í þessu póstkorti, en hann byrjar á því að tala um vatnið í Leifsstöð. Þar kostar lítrinn af drykkjarvatni átta hundruð krónur sem honum finnst vera úr öllu hófi og kemur þess vegna með ókeypis hugmynd fyrir Leifsstöð sem myndi bæta ímynd hennar sem og Íslands. Hann segir ennfremur frá kynnum sínum af Budapest og litlu borginni Orange í Suður Frakklandi þar sem hann er staddur einmitt núna. Tónlist í þættinum í dag: Þjóðvegurinn / Elín Eyþórsdóttir og Pétur Ben (Magnús Eiríksson) Good Vibrations / Beach Boys (Brian Wilson og Mike Love) Veðurglöggur / Spilverk þjóðanna (Spilverk þjóðanna) Islands in the Stream / Kenny Rogers & Dolly Parton (R.Gibb, B.Gibb & M.Gibb) UMSJÓN: GUÐRÚN GUNNARSDÓTTIR OG GUNNAR HANSSON
On the 2nd of June 2022, the MedTech Actuator coordinated an event, hosted at EY titled “Morning with Women in Health Entrepreneurship” which was a morning exploring what it takes to be an entrepreneur in the healthcare ecosystem. Peter Birch attended the event and caught up with some of the speakers to get their reflections on some of the discussions and themes from the day. Featured in this episode: Nicole Sloggett - MinterEllison Belinda Cheng - EY Alice Williams - Ovira Anna Grocholsky - Macquarie University Etta Watts-Russell - Lactamo Makenzie Thomas & Maria Pelipas - MedTech Actuator Check out the MedTech Actuator website for more information about programs to help healthtech, biotech and medtech companies accelerate and get funded. In particular, if you're a researcher, scientist, clinician, or student MedTech Actuator Origin can help transform from your idea to early-stage startup. Qualifying teams will join MedTech Actuator in Melbourne for an intensive sprint, where, over three days, they'll learn from industry experts, pressure test their innovations, network with a cohort, gain exposure to the startup ecosystem and health innovation, and pitch for an opportunity to receive a cash prize sponsored by industry leaders. The winner of MedTech Actuator Origin will get a share of the $10K prize pool, over $5k worth of in-kind support as well as gain access to fast-tracked entry into MedTech Actuator Accelerator 2023. Learn more here
This Week's Stories: Private Equity Firm Acquires Majority Interest in Global Legal Research Platform vLex (Selected by Bob Ambrogi) Is proposing an ethical duty for legal innovation worth the effort? (Selected by Bob Ambrogi "Legal Tech Directories: Your guide to the technology your firm needs" (Selected by Niki Black) Are Law Firms Structural Impediments to Innovation? (Selected by Joe Patrice) Vela Wood moved to Portugal for the summer which is kind of cool use of tech (Selected by Joe Patrice) What is EY up to? (Selected by Stephen Embry)
O último painel do Arena Infracast tratou sobre os ativos privatizados ou em fase de privatização no Brasil, os motivos justificativos e os procedimentos existentes. Após a exibição de um vídeo sobre o tema enviado por Elena Landau (Economista e Advogada), Diogo MacCord (Sócio da EY, Líder de Infraestrutura e Mercados Regulados para a América Latina - Sul), Flavia Morais Lopes Takafashi (Diretora da ANTAQ) e Mario Engler, Professor e Coordenador do Mestrado Profissional da FGV), estiveram a frente do debate, com moderação de Isadora Cohen.
Irish technology company evHACS has announced the launch of its innovative new charging system for electric vehicles (“EVs”) which it says will help to solve the challenge of charging solutions for electric-powered vehicle charging in the coming years. The company seeks to bring together three sectors: the electric vehicle charging ecosystem, the connected autonomous vehicle environment and the refrigeration and air conditioning industry. evHACS is an Irish Company supported by Enterprise Ireland. The amount of EV chargers required by 2030 is significant according to multiple sources: Ireland had 1,900 public EV chargers in 2021, this needs to increase to 30,000 by 2030 according to reports; the UK had 25,000 public EV chargers installed in 2021 and there needs to be 280,000 to 480,000 by 2030; the European Court of Auditors says there are 220,000 public chargers in Europe in 2020 which must grow to 1 million by 2025 and 3 million by 2030; EY, a consultancy, estimates that Europe will need 65 million chargers in total to fuel 130 million EV by 2035. Solution Is the charging industry capable of providing the number of chargers required? The jury is out. However, there is an industry which can help. evHACS? (short for electric vehicle charging heat pump air conditioning system) is a business with a patent-pending technology that uniquely combines electric car charging with heat pumps, air conditioners and refrigeration units. The technology seeks to contribute to lowering carbon home and commercial premises emissions by integrating two technologies thereby: lowering installation costs; lowering running costs; dynamically managing power consumption in the home; lowering CO² output and energy consumption The Heating, Ventilation Air Conditioning (“HVAC”) industry is expected to enter a period of exceptional growth over the next decade. The International Energy Agency (“IEA”) say they expect heat pump units installed globally to grow from 180 million units to a stock of over 600 million units by 2030. The stock of air conditioning units are also expected to increase from 2 billion units currently to almost 3 billion units by 2030. evHACS seeks to show that the heat pump (and air conditioning unit) is the perfect unit to house an EV charger. The HVAC industry will work with evHACS to ensure that a proportion of units have the technology on board. The HVAC industry has the capability to significantly ameliorate the supply of EV chargers to satisfy the growing demand globally: targeting 5% of new HVAC units offering the technology it represents in excess of 2.1 million heat pump units and 50 million air conditioning units by 2030. Ireland is targeting 600,000 domestic heat pumps installed by 2030. The UK will grow the installation of electric heat pumps from 30,000 per year currently to 600,000 per year by 2028. COP26 has continued the pressure on all Governments to reduce carbon output through to 2040. The war in Ukraine has also heightened the necessity to present to market solutions which will lower oil and natural gas dependency. Jeff Aherne, CEO evHACS says: “evHACS technology is simplicity at its best: integrating a charger into a HVAC unit saves on separate installations of both a charger and an air conditioning unit saving time, money and personnel. In domestic situations where a heat pump is increasingly proving popular over natural gas and oil, it makes sense to have a charger integrated into the unit.” A domestic charger uses around 7kW of power and a heat pump uses up to 5kW depending on its size. A house typically has 12 to 16kW of power, so having both the heat pump and the charger running concurrently risks tripping the main breaker if other appliances are also switched on. Other manufacturers of chargers use load balancing to reduce the charge to the vehicle in order to stop the tripping and circuit failure. evHACS also balances. However, it uniquely balances “both” the heat pump and the charger introducing a flexib...
William is a CPA in the state of TN and a registered appraiser in GA. He has obtained diverse experience in portfolio and single-asset valuation, transaction due diligence, valuation review, quality of earnings analysis, construction, and property management, through his work as a consultant with Ernst & Young in their Transaction Real Estate Practice, and as a Managing Partner with 4M REI in the private equity sector. While with EY, William worked on large transactions such as the acquisition of Post Properties by MAA, a 25,000-unit portfolio purchase. Since 2017 while working in the private sector, William has been a general partner on over $55 million of multifamily acquisitions. Additionally, he has acquired management and new construction experience through his portfolio in Nashville, TN. William's real estate valuation, accounting, and auditing background provides focused, applicable experience and support during acquisition, and throughout the life of the investment. [00:01 – 08:23] Opening Segment William Walker was a full-time real estate investor and developer who started out on the corporate side as a CPA William's ranch house in 2015 led him to where he is today A Zigzag Direction in Real Estate [08:24 – 17:37] Leaving the W-2 To Invest in Multifamily & Development Full Time The key to success is progression! Looking for cashflow: William's deal evaluation process Finding Comfort in a New Development [17:38 – 24:38] Financing and Economy Cycles How to Choose the Right Financing for You Builder Confidence Surveys and Economy Outlook Everything is a Cycle [24:39 – 31:08] 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? William's first deal William's worst investment An Amazon drop shipping store What is the most important lesson you've learned in business and investing? Persistence Connect with William Walker via https://4mrei.com and Instagram. 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: “The market changes, we go through cycles in the economy, and we can't create the economy, but we can adapt to it and, you know, modified our strategy.” – William Walker “In real estate, there's always a level of risk and a tolerance that you got to be willing to take.” – William Walker
How can coffee change the world? According to Saxby's CEO and Founder, Nick Bayer, it begins with educating young entrepreneurs. This week Laura and Nick discuss how Saxby's is empowering young people to embrace the humanity of the hospitality industry and build a business that creates an impact. Here are a few things you'll learn during this conversation: How Saxby's created an academic experience while building real businesses Why every young entrepreneur needs a course in critical thinking skills for business How to develop your empathy skills Why Saxby's made B Corp status a priority What you can do to hold your team accountable to your mission and values During the 24-Hour Influence Challenge, Nick encourages you to respond to all digital communication within 24 hours and evaluate how it impacts trust and relationship building. Nick Bayer has always been in the business of bringing people together, whether it's as one of Philadelphia Business Journal's "Most Admired CEOs" or as a consummate team captain since Little League. So when he created Saxbys in 2005, Nick never really considered it to be a coffee company — instead, it's a social impact company fueled by amazing food, beverage, and hospitality. Saxbys has since grown from one corner café to a nearly 30-unit, Philadelphia-based business with a singular mission: Make Life Better. For Nick Bayer, “making life better" began by fostering an O.D.D (outgoing, detail-oriented, and disciplined) team, committed to the betterment of the communities it serves and aligned by their shared entrepreneurial spirit and Saxbys' core values. Today, that team spans over 500 members across the Northeast that represent the change-makers of tomorrow. To that point, Bayer introduced Saxbys' pioneering Experiential Learning Program (ELP) in 2015 in partnership with Drexel University — the nation's first entirely student-run cafe where students earn full academic credit and wages through a university cooperative education program. Bayer's vision for the program is to embolden the next generation of entrepreneurs, providing undergrad students with tangible experience as a supplement to traditional classroom learning. In five short years, one ELP cafe has blossomed to a dozen, with five more partnerships opening in the Fall of 2021. Nick is currently the Entrepreneur in Residence at Cornell University's School of Hotel Administration, an adjunct professor at Drexel University and the Executive in Residence at Temple University's Fox School of Business. He serves on the Board of The Franklin Institute, Big Brothers Big Sisters Independence Region, the Community College of Philadelphia, Drexel University's Close School of Entrepreneurship and Drexel's Steinbright Career Development Center, as well as being a Corporate Council Member for the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. He has been recognized as the "Entrepreneur of the Year" by the Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce, EY's "Social Entrepreneur of the Year" and among the “100 Most Powerful Business Leaders in Philadelphia” by the Philadelphia Business Journal. He resides in Center City Philadelphia with his wife Haley and son Luke. You can connect with Nick in the following ways: Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nickbayer6/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/itsnickbayer/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/nickbayer Company Website: https://www.saxbyscoffee.com/ To learn more about Dr. Laura Sicola and how mastering influence can impact your success go to https://www.speakingtoinfluence.com/quickstart and download the quick start guide for mastering the three C's of influence. You can connect with Laura in the following ways: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/drlaurasicola LinkedIn Business Page: https://www.linkedin.com/company/vocal-impact-productions/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/VocalImpactProductions Facebook: Vocal Impact Productions Twitter: @Laura Sicola Instagram: @VocalImpactProductionsSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Wrapping up business here, the group make their way back to their own plane of existence. Balance looks into the history of a tree, Squash tries to return a cloak, Zaltanna makes an important call, and Rhal is very scared. Where will Rhal and the brave adventurers go next? I guess we are about to find out... Get early access to the [Kino] campaign on Patreon! You can help support the show at http://www.Patreon.com/TLDPod Find us - Email: TheLuckyDiePodcast@gmail.com Website: www.TheLuckyDie.com Twitter: @TLDPod Arch - @Arch_DnD Casey - @childofginevra Eyþór - @Abyzzinn Neil - @BardicMartin Volonda - @Volly_Londa
0:00 -- Intro.1:40 -- Start of interview.2:20 -- Kris' "origin story". 5:20 -- Jamie's "origin story". 7:30 -- About the EY Americas Center for Board Matters. It has three mandates: To conduct primary research in corporate governance (Jamie is the research lead). They have a proprietary proxy database and benchmarking database. Insights for directors.To support boards of directors. For example with board committee work, new board formation (IPO, divestitures, spin-offs, etc.)To organize and participate in director convenings (events, committees, industry, etc.)10:19 -- Deep dive into their article "Four key takeaways from the 2022 proxy season."10:58 -- On E&S Shareholder Proposals. "While there were more proposals in these categories, support for them became more targeted."14:34 -- Focus on climate risk/energy transition, DEI and corporate political responsibility. 17:07 -- On boardroom diversity trends (including legal challenges to SB-826 and AB-979 in California and the Nasdaq Diversity Rules). "Today, 1/4 of the Fortune 100 directors is racially diverse and 1/3 is gender diverse; 61% of SP 1500 companies have 3 or more women on boards (up from 28% in 2018, that's a 30 point increase in three years)." "We have seen tremendous progress on all aspects of board diversity."19:37 -- Support for directors remained stable despite signals that opposition would increase, with average votes against S&P 500 directors inching up to 4.2% compared with 3.9% over the same time period in 2021. "This year average voting opposition for nominating and governance chairs at S&P 500 companies was 8.2%, up from 4.6% in 2017. Similarly, average voting opposition for compensation committee chairs at S&P 500 companies was 7.3%, up from 3.8% over the same period. In addition, opposition to independent board leaders (i.e., independent chair, lead or presiding director) rose to 7.0% from 4.3%." "The stakes for directors are really going up, and that's including around ESG matters." "Overall trends we think are pointing to director votes as a lever of change that investors may be more inclined to use going forward to express their views and accelerate their stewardship goals." 23:28 -- On investor pressure and pending SEC regulations (on climate change). "All of this is a wake-up call for directors."27:00 -- On adding ESG expertise in the board. "I think it's critical for companies with board oversight to think about materiality." "Materiality assessments and matrices have been a good outcome of the ESG dialogue." 29:34 -- On institutional investors, stakeholders and the "disconnect" with the Anti-ESG political push-back. 36:03 -- On the new Universal Proxy Rules for Director Elections. 38:51 -- On shareholder engagement. "We really see investor engagement as a vital tool for companies to understand their key shareholders' perspectives on the company's governance and its strategy and also an opportunity to enhance the company's communication and deepen those relationships." 42:57 -- On shareholder activism. "We counsel boards to run different programs to think like an activist." "Companies need to be smart about what drives their own TSR." "Activists will often look at the board, to bring different dissidents and/or target individual directors." "There is a deep scrutiny around the E&S agenda areas."45:51 -- On recommendations for directors in these volatile times, and how to increase the board's impact in volatile times. "It's important to have a framework in place grounded in the company's purpose and its values so that it's ready in terms of how they are going to make decisions, what issues they are going to weigh-on, what stakeholders they need to think about, and what constituencies they are hearing from."49:28 -- On boards adding value (strategy and innovation).51:53 - What are the 1-3 books that have greatly influenced your life: Kris:Start with Why, by Simon Sinek (2009)Gone with the Wind, by Margaret Mitchell (1936)Talent, Strategy, Risk: How Investors and Boards Are Redefining TSR, by Bill McNabb, Ram Charan and Dennis Carey (2021)Jamie:Doughnut Economics, by Kate Raworth (2017)This is Water, by David Foster Wallace (2009)53:30 - Who were your mentors, and what did you learn from them?Kris: Peggy Vaughan (former partner and board member PwC)Jamie: Allie Rutherford (partner PJT Camberview)55:16 - Are there any quotes you think of often or live your life by? Kris: "Just say yes"Jamie: "We are the ones we've been waiting for"56:28 - An unusual habit or an absurd thing that they love: Kris: She's a flutist, and has passed that skill over to her daughter so they play flute duets together.Jamie: Having her hair and make-up done by her 5-year old daughter.57:41 - The living person they most admire:Kris: Greta ThunbergJamie: "Working mothers (and especially those of the pandemic) that are working to make the future more sustainable and equitable for future generations."Kris Pederson is the EY Americas Center for Board Matters Leader. Jamie Smith is the EY Americas Center for Board Matters Investor Outreach and Corporate Governance Specialist.__ You can follow Evan on social media at:Twitter: @evanepsteinLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/epsteinevan/ Substack: https://evanepstein.substack.com/__Music/Soundtrack (found via Free Music Archive): Seeing The Future by Dexter Britain is licensed under a Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 United States License
No one knows what the future holds, but we can all hope for the best. For Andy Storch, that meant surviving cancer. Here's his story.Andy Storch was diagnosed with cancer in 2020. He had surgery to remove the tumor, followed by months of chemotherapy and radiation. Throughout his treatment, Andy remained positive and hopeful. And fight he did. Andy is now declared cancer-free and in remission. Since then, he's been busy speaking about his experience and sharing his message of hope with others. In This EpisodeAndy Storch - Talent Management DevelopmentGetting the diagnosis of cancer and facing the fearPublishing a book at the same time fighting testicular cancerThe battle with cancerThe need for men to accept help from others - we don't have to go through life aloneLetting people help you is a way of helping others - don't rob givers of the joy to helpChange and the future of work3 Tips on how to prepare yourself for a career change - networking and relationshipsAndy StorchAndy Storch is an author, consultant, coach, speaker, and facilitator on a mission to get the most out of life and inspire others to do the same.He is the author of the book, Own Your Career Own Your Life, which is designed to help professionals stop drifting and take control of their futures.Andy is also the host of three podcasts, including The Talent Development Hot Seat; Own Your Career; and My NFT Journey. He is the co-founder and host of The Talent Development Think Tank Conference and Community as well as the host of the Talent Development Virtual Summit.Andy has consulted and taught strategy, sales, leadership, finance, and innovation to business leaders all over the world including companies like Salesforce.com, Oracle, Google, Toyota,, State Farm, Red Bull, Deloitte, EY, KPMG, HP, Sony, Cisco, Tiffany & Co and others.Andy holds an MBA from the University of Southern California's Marshall School of Business where he served as President of the MBA program and a BS from the University of Florida (Go Gators!)His purpose is to love and support his family and to impact the world by inspiring people to stop drifting, take control and live life with Intention. He is a husband and father of two kids and lives in Orlando, Florida, USA.Beyond the Rut is a proud member of the Lima Charlie Network empowering others to reach new heights in leadership, self-development, and communication. You can learn more at LimaCharlieNetwork.com. Beyond the Rut Podcast and The Shadows Podcast are members of Lima Charlie Network whose mission is to empower others to reach new heights in leadership, self-development, and communication by connecting our audience with a network of podcasters and thought-leaders focused on sharing tools for impactful improvement. Visit LimaCharlieNetwork.com for more information!Support the show
In a departure from the stand taken by its “Big Four” rivals, EY last week said that it was planning to split the firm's audit and advisory businesses. Even as the other three of the group -- Deloitte, KPMG and PricewaterhouseCoopers -- were adamant on keeping the two services together, EY said that it was doing so to address regulatory concerns over potential conflicts of interest. So will this move prompt others to follow the suit and will its ripples be felt in India too. Big organisations like EY always think ahead of the curve to remain competitive. And they always have a contingency plan. But, Bangalore's authorities had no plan B ready when the city's roads and streets were flooded. A man swimming in the living room of his villa in the upscale Epsilon area, CEOs taking tractor rides to reach safer places… visuals emerging from India's Silicon Valley were just plain shocking. We ask if brand Bangalore is taking a hit. Forecast of heavy rain is also keeping the country's financial capital on the edge. Mumbai also sees regular flooding. Moving on, the Nifty MidCap and SmallCap indices have leaped up to 23% since their June lows. And though the valuations seem mildly stretched post this rally, analysts believe this broader market rally is here to stay. Meanwhile, a new trend is taking social media platforms by storm. It has triggered a debate around work culture. How much hard work should we put in? Should we go beyond our job description? Should we do only what we have been told or volunteer for extra work? Whichever way you chose to tilt, but you cannot ignore “quiet quitting”. This episoce of the podcast tells more about it.
London-based EY, the third-largest of the Big Four accounting firms, has said it is moving ahead with plans to break the firm into two companies. This will create an $18-billion revenue audit firm and a separate but larger and faster- growing $24 billion consulting arm. The audit business will retain the EY name, while the advisory firm will don a new brand identity. The firm's 13,000 partners across 140 countries, including 550 in India, will vote on the proposal later this year. EY Global said leaders at its 15 largest member firms accounting for 80% of total revenues have unanimously supported the strategy. EY's Greater China members have refused to come on board. If successful, the move would mark the biggest shake-up in the sector since the collapse of auditor Arthur Anderson in 2002 because of the Enron accounting scandal. It reduced the ‘Big Five' to ‘Big Four'. Accenture, which was split off from Arthur Andersen and listed in 2001, is now worth $183 billion, up from $6 billion at the time of its IPO. A split of EY would result in multi-million dollar cash payouts to audit partners by the newly created consulting unit and share awards to consultant partners who move out. Reports said the consulting business will go for an IPO, with plans to raise about $10 billion dollars by selling a 15% stake. It will reportedly borrow another $17 billion, much of which would be used to pay off the partners at EY's traditional auditing business. The breakup will ease pressure from regulators to avoid conflicts of interest arising from EY providing non-audit services to audit clients. EY's Big Four rivals have also been facing the pressure to break up their audit and consulting practices. Dinesh Kanabar, CEO, Dhruva Advisors LLP says regulators may push others to follow EY's example. The likes of BCG and McKinsey will face stiffer competition. Tax compliance and advisory may face challenges. EY Global CEO Carmine di Sibio said The separation can bring in an additional $10 billion a year for the advisory business in consultancy fees from big tech companies, as the business will be freed from conflicts that bar it from winning work with EY's large audit clients. Mukesh Butani, Managing Partner, BMR Legal says EY's move will address conflict of interest. The split will allow raising of growth capital for non-audit arm. EY's decision clearly has advantages, he believes. EY CEO Di Sibio said conflicts become harder to manage as firms get bigger. He believes, other Big Four firms like Deloitte, KMPG and PwC will have to split their businesses eventually. However, the other three have refused to follow EY's lead in breaking up their businesses and indicated continuity with their current business models of providing a mix of audit, tax, advisory, legal and other professional services under one roof. Once brought into effect, EY's decision may lead to sweeping changes in the audit and advisory sectors. While it may prove to be a value-unlocking exercise for some, others may face enhanced competition. It remains to be seen whether the other Big Four firms will change their stance anytime soon or not.
In this episode, we speak with Terence Jeyaretnam, EY's APAC leader and partner for climate change and sustainability. Terence explains how a career that started as an environmental engineer led him to develop his expertise in working with corporate operations in how to measure and manage environmental, social and climate risks and opportunities. He also explains how his personal interests in systems level changes have led him to directorships with Global Citizen, Fairtrade Australia and New Zealand and Amnesty International. To subscribe to FS Sustainability, visit https://www.fssustainability.com.au/ (www.fssustainability.com.au)
Next week, Down to Business will be bringing you the show from Austin, Texas, and New York as part of the EY Entrepreneur of the Year Annual CEO Retreat. Emmet Oliver is joined by Roger Wallace who is the Partner Lead for the Programme at EY to find out what we might expect.
Artem has over 10 years of finance experience in food, agriculture, and farmland. He holds an MBA from The Wharton School, and a BA and MA in Economics from the Higher School of Economics. Prior to founding FarmTogether, Artem was employee #1 and CFO/VP of Operations at Full Harvest Technologies, a now post-Series A B2B platform for buying and selling produce. He previously worked at Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan, Sprott Resource Holdings, E&Y and PwC. In this podcast we discuss types of investable farmland, whether farmland provides an inflation hedge, leverage levels in farmland, and much more.
A review of the week's major US international tax-related news. In this edition: US Congress returns for pre-midterm election session – Treasury official offers international regulatory update; PTEP regs coming in Q1 2023 – US tax treaty negotiations with Switzerland, Israel to begin; pending treaties being updated – 6th Circuit rules IRS bears burden of proof to cancel APAs – OECD considering two permanent safe harbors re BEPS 2.0 Pillar Two global minimum tax rules – OECD's Pascal Saint Amans to step down.
EY has decided to proceed to the next step in their break up plans. They are hashing out the details of the break up and putting it up for a partner vote. https://big4accountingfirms.com/the-blog/eys-official-break-plan/
Bu video 04/12/2016 tarihinde yayınlanan " ÂHİRET YÖRÜNGELİ HAYAT" isimli bamtelinden alınmıştır. Tamamı burada: https://www.herkul.org/bamteli/bamtel... “Tercihimiz Sensin, Senden vazgeçmeyiz ya Rasûlallah!..” İnsan bu… Mal-mülk, dünyalık geliyor, geliyor; ezvâc-ı tâhirâta bir damla, başkalarına -bir yönüyle- derya. “Azıcık bize de olsa!” diyorlar. Allah Rasûlü, bu talep karşısında hiçbir şey demiyor. Mübarek cumbasına çekiliyor, -canım çıksın- ve bu haber dışarıya da sızıyor: “Mübarek annelerimiz hafif bir şey istemişler, O (sallallâhu aleyhi ve sellem) da bu istekten hoşlanmadığı için, cumbaya çekilmiş!” Tabii bu mevzuda, yine en hassas olan Hazreti Ebu Bekir'dir, Hazreti Ömer'dir. Ömer radıyallahu anh, daha heyecanlı. Kızı da o hânede, Hafsa validemiz. “Benim kızım, Efendim'e ne yaptı ki, benim Efendim darıldı, bir yönüyle, i'lâ yaptı!..” Kapıya geliyor, “Ben Efendimiz ile görüşmek istiyorum!” diyor. Hazreti Bilal perdedâr, “İzin yok!” diyor. Çok ısrar ediyor; O'na (aleyhissalâtü vesselam) haber gidince, “Gelsin!” buyuruyor. Gidiyor Hazreti Ömer; yukarıya, cumbaya çıkıyor. Döşeği yok -canım çıksın-, hasırın üzerinde yatıyor; kalkınca, hasır yanlarında izler bırakmış. “Ya Rasûlallah, Bizans şöyle.. Persler şöyle.. Sen cihanın sultanısın, bu haline bak!..” Efendimiz şöyle buyuruyor: أَمَا تَرْضَى-يَا عُمَرُ- أَنْ تَكُونَ لَهُمُ الدُّنْيَا وَلَنَا اْلآخِرَةُ “Razı olmaz mısın, istemez misin yâ Ömer, dünya onların olsun, ahiret de bizim olsun!” Sonra, Allah Rasûlü, şu ayet-i kerimenin emri mucebince eşlerine bir teklifte bulunuyor: يَا أَيُّهَا النَّبِيُّ قُلْ لأَزْوَاجِكَ إِنْ كُنْتُنَّ تُرِدْنَ الْحَيَاةَ الدُّنْيَا وَزِينَتَهَا فَتَعَالَيْنَ أُمَتِّعْكُنَّ وَأُسَرِّحْكُنَّ سَرَاحًا جَمِيلاً * وَإِنْ كُنْتُنَّ تُرِدْنَ اللهَ وَرَسُولَهُ وَالدَّارَ الآخِرَةَ فَإِنَّ اللهَ أَعَدَّ لِلْمُحْسِنَاتِ مِنْكُنَّ أَجْرًا عَظِيمًا “Ey (Nübüvvetin en büyük temsilcisi olan) Peygamber, eşlerine şöyle de: Eğer dünya hayatını ve onun süsünü istiyorsanız, gelin size boşanma bedellerinizi vereyim ve sizi güzellikle serbest bırakayım. Yok, eğer Allah'ı, Rasûlü'nü ve Âhiret yurdunu istiyorsanız, o takdirde bilin ki Allah, içinizden O'nu görüyormuşçasına dikkatli davranan ehl-i ihsan için çok büyük bir mükâfat hazırlamıştır.” (Ahzab, 33/28-29) Efendimiz diyor ki: “Ey peygamber kadınları, gelin; şayet dünyayı istiyorsanız, sizi bırakayım, gidin, ne istiyorsanız alın onu. Yok, Allah'ı, âhireti istiyorsanız, halinize razı olun!” İlk defa en sadık arkadaşının kerimesi, Âişe validemize meseleyi arz ediyor; “Allah böyle buyuruyor! İstersen, sen bu meselede kendin karar vermeden bir babanla annenle de görüş!” diyor. Onun önemini de vurguluyor. “Ya Rasûlallah!” diyor anam!.. Benim anam!.. Sana kurban olayım!.. “Ya Rasûlallah! Bunu anama-babama mı danışacağım!.. Ben Seni tercih ediyorum!” diyor. Evet, üç ay ocak yanmamış, su kaynamamış; soğuk su ve hurmayla geçinmişler; içlerinde hafif bir talep belirmiş.. ve Allah Rasûlü (sallallâhu aleyhi ve sellem) öyle bir tavır içine girmiş. Buyuruyor ki annemiz: “Vallahi benim dediğim gibi, hepsi de öyle dedi!” Bu ne büyüklüktür, bu ne inceliktir, bu ne nezâkettir!..
Bu videoda Fethullah Gülen Hocaefendi'nin 23 Nisan 1989 tarihinde Pendik Çarşı Camii'nde verdiği "Ruh insanı" konulu vaazı dinleyeceksiniz... Bir şeyi elde etmek bir iştir, onu korumak daha önemli bir iştir. Onun için Peygamberimiz (s.a.s.) “Ey kalpleri evirip çeviren! Kalbimi din üzere sabit kıl!” duasını çokça yapardı İrade insanı, ibadet ü taatte tembelliğe düşmez, onu tabiatının bir parçası haline getirerek onunla bütünleşir, artık onu yapmadığı zaman rahatsızlık duyar İrade insanı, iradesiyle aşılacak şeyleri aşmaya çalışır ve sonra masiyetten kurtuluşu ve helal dairede yaşatmasını Rabbinden niyaz eder İrade insanı, başkalarını yaşatma arzusuyla dopdolu, kendi yaşama arzusunu unutmuş kimsedir. Bu konuda Hz. Ebû Bekir (r.a.) ve asrın dertlisinin sözleri Ruh insanı, bedenî ve cismânî arzuları terkedip yüksek ideal ve mefkûreleri tahakkuk ettirerek ruhun derece-i hayatına yükselen kimsedir En büyük dua, kutsî evradları hatmetme değil, bir yüksek mefkûrenin ızdırabını çekme, yer yer kasıklarını tutma, yer yer zonklayan şakaklarını tutma ve inlemedir Ruh insanı, gönül kaptırdığı yüce davasını tahakkuk ettireceği ana kadar uranyum atomu gibi rahatsızdır. Bu konuda örnek insanlardan birisi Salahaddin Eyyûbî'dir. O, hatibin hutbede tebessüm nasihati üzerine “Allah'ın evi Mescid-i Aksâ esaret altındayken ben nasıl gülebilirim!?” diye cevap vermiştir Ruh insanı, Allah'a intisabı, kendisine bahşedilmiş en büyük şeref sayar; imanla gelen izzeti yeterli bulur, başka izzet ve şerefe gönül bağlamaz. Bu konuda, Selahaddin Eyyûbî'nin, bir ev edinmesi tavsiyesi karşısında “Allah'ın evi Mescid-i Aksâ esaret altındayken benim ev edinmem doğru olmaz ki!” diye cevap vermesi Hz. Ömer'in (r.a.), kölesiyle birlikte Kudüs'ün anahtarlarını almaya giderken İslâm ordusu komutanlarının “Aman! Aziz görünelim!” teklifleri karşısında “Biz Allah'ın İslâm'la aziz kıldığı bir kavmiz. Allah'tan gayrısında izzet ve şeref aramayız!” diye cevap vermesi. İbn Abbas (r.a.), mezara konulduğunda “Ey itminana ermiş nefis! Sen O'ndan razı, O da senden razı olarak Rabbi'ne dön! (Salih) kullarımın arasına gir ve Cennet'e dahil ol!” (Fecr sûresi, 89/27-30) âyetlerini söyleyen bir sesin duyulması Büyük veli İbrahim Edhem'in, Allah'ın sevgisine mani ikinci bir sevgiye kalbinde yer vermemesi Hirakliyus'un kumandanı, kendilerinin müslümanlar karşısında mağlup olmalarını, onların sabaha kadar ruhbanlar gibi ibadet etmelerine ve Allah'ı zikretmelerine bağlıyordu Hz. Ali'nin (r.a.) ayağına saplanan okun çıkarılması için yanındakilere “Ben namazda acı duymam, namaza durunca oku çıkarın!” demesi Esved b. Yezîd en-Nehaî o kadar çok namaz kılardı ki, komşusunun çocuğu, onu evin bir sütunu zannetmekteydi Allah yolunda olanlara, Allah'ın te'yid buyurduğuna dair örnek: Zübeyr b. Avvâm (r.a.), Bedir Savaşı'na başında sarı bir sarıkla çıktı ve büyük bir kahramanlık sergiledi. Melekler, Bedir Zaferi'nin tes'îd için yere inmişlerdi ve başlarında da sarı sarıklar vardı. Übey b. Kâ'b, mescidde iki rekat namaz kılıp Allah'a dua edeceği anda mescidin duvarlarından, yapmaya niyet ettiği duayı söyleyen bir ses duyması.. Resûlullah'ın, o sesin Hz. Cebrâil'e ait olduğunu ifade buyurması Melekler, “Ruh nesli”ne yakın ilgi ve alaka duyar Hz. Hanzala'nın (r.a.), Resûlullah'ın yanında iken adeta Cennet'te geziyor gibi bir hâlet-i rûhiye içinde kendini hissetmesi, O'nun yanından ayrılınca ise kendinde hissettiği boşluğu münafıklık alâmeti olarak telakkî etmesi Hz. Hanzala'nın (r.a.), zifaf gecesinin sabahında Uhud'a çağrılması.. gusletmeye fırsat bulamadan harbe iştirak etmesi.. Şehit olunca da onu meleklerin yıkaması (gusül aldırması) Her namazda Kâbe'yi karşısında görerek namaz kılan Koca Hünkâr Murat Hüdâvendigâr'ın, Sırpsındığı Savaşı'nda “Allahım! Ümmet-i Muhammedi aziz eyle, beni de şehit eyle!” diye dua etmesi.. Savaşın sonunda şehadet şerbetini içmesi.
To the NextWave Private Equity audience: Since February of 2020, just before the covid-19 pandemic uprooted all of our lives, the EY global private equity team has turned to this podcast series to discuss the topics and insights that are top-of-mind for our audience of PE executives and practitioners. From the bottom of my heart, thank you! For listening, for giving us your time and for trusting us to deliver best-in-class perspectives. Over the next couple of months, we will re-publish some of our most downloaded and talked-about episodes about tech deals, DEI and other timely topics. These are some of our best episodes, and when you listen, you will surely understand why. Thanks for tuning in! Winna Brown, EY Americas ESG Private Equity Leader firstname.lastname@example.org
Simon Alexander Ong, leadership coach, business analyst, speaker, and author, joins Jerry for an episode Dear Asian Europeans to talk about the process of going from the corporate world of banking to entrepreneurship and taking a chance on yourself. Simon shares about his family's journey from Malaysia to the U.K., finding success as an entrepreneur, and the very challenging process of writing a book in the midst of a pandemic AND being a new parent. He also talks about where his energy comes from: his physical health and fitness. Listen in as Jerry and Simon discuss the varying experiences of the Asian diaspora, the importance of following your heart and being open to what it says, and why taking up space in places we historically have not, hits differently with audiences that look like us.Meet SimonSimon Alexander Ong is a personal development entrepreneur, coach and public speaker. His clients are from all walks of life but they share one trait; they all believe that the greatest investment you can make is in yourself. His work has seen him invited onto Sky News and BBC to be interviewed, while Barclays featured him in a nationwide campaign asking him questions on how families could embrace better lifestyle habits. His insights have seen him featured in Forbes, The FT and The Guardian. He also regularly speaks at organisations (these have included Salesforce, Microsoft, EY, Adobe and Unilever) and keynotes at public events and conferences. His new book Energize was published by Penguin in April this year and received endorsements from the likes of New York Times bestselling authors Simon Sinek, Marie Forleo and Dr Marshall Goldsmith. About the BookYour energy is everything: it is the fuel that drives your success and it gives you the power to achieve your potential. So how can you be your best self if you're always tired, stressed and burnt out?In Energize, award-winning life coach Simon Alexander Ong introduces you to the art and science of energy management. In a world where we are always on, Ong coaches you to work with your natural energy resources to recognize your most energized state - when to push and when to recoup - so that you can work sustainably towards your biggest goals.You'll hear from Ong's clients who have used his transformational method to achieve what they never thought they could. You'll learn how to use his practical framework to identify your most productive phases of the day, week and year, and learn how to make the most of them. You'll discover how to create boundaries and devote your energy in the right way and to the right people. And you'll master simple practices that you can build into your day to revitalize and preserve your energy levels so that you're ready for anything.Learn more about Simon: https://www.simonalexanderong.comBuy the book: https://www.getenergizebook.com/// Support Dear Asian Americans:Merch: https://www.bonfire.com/store/dearasianamericans/Buy Me a Coffee: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/jerrywonLearn more about DAA Creator and Host Jerry Won:LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jerrywon/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jerryjwon/// Listen to Dear Asian Americans on all major platforms:Transistor.fm: http://www.dearasianamericans.comApple: https://apple.dearasianamericans.comSpotify: https://spotify.dearasianamericans.comStitcher: https://stitcher.dearasianamericans.comGoogle: https://google.dearasianamericans.com Follow us on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/dearasianamericans Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/dearasianamericans Subscribe to our YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/dearasianamericans // Join the Asian Podcast Network:Web: https://asianpodcastnetwork.com/Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/asianpodcastnetwork/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/asianpodcastnetwork/Dear Asian Americans is produced by Just Like Media:Web: http://www.justlikemedia.comInstagram.com: http://www.instagram.com/justlikemedia
Ernst & Young provides extensive electric vehicle advice for its customers as the world shifts to EVs. Steve Patton, Ey's mobility sector leader, fills us in on what the Inflation Reduction Act means for EVs in the U.S., and how a more resilient supply chain will help reduce costs and sell more EVs.Port X Logistics is your easy button for your drayage, transload, and trucking needs for all ports and ramps in the United States and Canada. Our four pillars of Culture, Service, Tech, and Trucks are what set us apart from the rest. We provide full visibility from the second your container leaves the origin port to the final stage of delivery.Follow Transmission on Apple PodcastsFollow Transmission on SpotifyMore FreightWaves Podcasts
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Chris Ronzio is the founder and CEO of Trainual, a modern business training model company. Chris is an operational genius, who grew his company in four years as a SAAS platform. Chris is also the author of ‘The Business Playbook', a podcaster and won EY entrepreneur of the year in 2021. Chris talks to Ryan about his operational successes, how Trainual makes sharing what you do in your business easy and how to create revenue growth through 100% inbound motion. KEY TAKEAWAYS Trainual is a 100% inbound company, centring most of its marketing digitally and around organic and educational content. Trainual is a business playbook, it's your modern business training model. It was when running his first business in high school, a video production company, that Chris started learning how businesses work. When Chris realised that logistics and processes were industry agnostic, it started the beginnings of Trainual. To scale, bandwidth, delegation and consistency are the core competencies needed. Trainual allows business knowledge from the bottom to the top, to be retained, regardless of staff turnover. Organising chaos has always been Chris' strong suit. He can take large amounts of input at speed and then compartmentalise and prioritise to then move forward strategically. He attributes his ability to scale and grow to this strength. Context, chaos and clarity are the three-step framework Chris' used when he was consulting clients and something he still works with today. The abundance of opportunities in business creates chaos. This is a good thing; you just need to learn how to work with it. Look for themes in your feedback. This allows you to recognise the big opportunities and where to focus your energy. Making a product compelling was Chris' first aim, to make it so good that the product sells itself. This, alongside creative marketing, is the core reason Trainual have been able to have revenue growth purely from inbound sales. Some of the creative marketing Trainual have utilised are social proof, helpful content and webinars. BEST MOMENTS “It's very product-led growth” “The biggest challenge for business owners is getting down how they do what they do and sharing it with others” “My mindset has always been to make incremental progress” “I think my ninja skill is organising chaos” “Chaos in business is a good thing” “All that educational content starts to build trust with the consumer” Do You Want The Closing Secrets That Helped Close Over $125 Million in New Business for Free?" Grab them HERE: https://www.wha