Welcome Ladies and Gentlemen to another episode of The Open Mic Podcast! With your host Tom Hirst, brought to you by Richland Source and Newsroom After Hours! This week we have the political league of friends dubbed "The Breakfast Club" in the studio! With Mayor Jody, 5th ward City Counselman Aurelio, Mansfield City Board member Jen and Commissioner Tony on to talk about the new DIY Skatepark called LIberty DIY. They came together with The Committee to get a space to replace their previous DIY Skate spot, that had to be demolished with the removol of the westinghouse buildings this past year. This is a really important episode in my opinion, due to it highlighting the way Government works best to help it's citezens. Facilitate an opportunity and then get out of the way to watch it grow! It was a blast as usual chatting with them, so please share this one with everyone you know and lets continue making Mansfield an awesome place to live! Check out Lberty DIY HERE! Shoutout to Devy Kay for generiously offering to make some intro's and outro's for the podcast! Let me know what you think of them and go check out his music! Please make sure to like, share, and give us that much appreciated 5 star rating, that I'm sure you will agree, is well deserved! Also if you have Instagram, check us out: @openmicpdcast Check out The Richland Source and The Newsroom After Hours for all things happening in the great and beautiful Mansfield, Ohio! Also Check out The Mothership and Relax It's Just Coffee and Two Cousins Pizza Co. and Bonfire NAtion LTD and The Electric Co. for local shows! Mansfield, Ohio is the greatest city in the continental U.S!
Culture, specifically, organizational culture. It's part cliché, part elusive whale, and part obsession. We all work (or have worked in my case) within schools or educational organizations which have a culture and we all know how powerfully that culture influences what happens within the school. The cliché: Culture is the key to a great school The elusive whale: What is school culture? The obsession: How can we create a culture of learning? Today, I will unpack for you the secrets of school culture. I guarantee after you listen to this show, you will have a clearer understanding of what school culture is, why it is so powerful, and – best of all – how you can build a better school culture. It isn't easy, but it is, I promise you, simple.Summarizing (The big takeaway) If you want to improve your culture: support and grow your teachers. For example:· Stop telling them how to get better. Change the culture by revamping your teacher evaluation and PD systems. Facilitate discussions in which teachers identify their pain points and they tell you about their goals for creating a stronger classroom. This change hits every aspect of your organization:o Changes the purpose of leadership from controlling to servingo Changes the structures around the evaluation process from compliance to critical o Changes the structures of observation and post-conferencing o Reallocates resources as we focus on meaningful coaching and PD I'm not saying your current purpose, structures, resources and teacher improvement strategies are a dumpster fire. I know how hard you work and how much thought you put into helping your teachers grow. What I am saying is this:· If you are telling your teachers where they need to grow, instead of helping them address pain points they want to treat, there is friction.· If your evaluation system is not part of a long-term systemic approach to helping teachers improve their craft, then evaluation creates friction.· If teachers are required to attend PD they see as irrelevant, at the cost of attending PD they want, that PD is creating friction. I know there are many things you do not control, and the evaluation system is probably one of them. However, can you:· Ask teachers “If you could get students to do one thing differently, what would it be?”· And then help them define what that would look like and sound like?· Could we then, in our formal observation, make sure we were capturing some of the data related to the thing we want students to do differently”?· Could we, in our formal post-observation conference, map a plan for how we can help that teacher create that change?· Could we, follow up consistently in our future observations and PLCs? Yes, we can do all those things. It is simple, but it is not easy. You can hear me unpack that question about students doing one thing with 2nd-year AP Alex Auriemma in episode 177 from last week. So, now you know what school culture is. You know what makes it worse and what can make it better. What are you next steps? What do you do with this ne understanding? I don't actually suggest that you revamp your entire evaluation structure. That is an A-Z change. Here are two simple things you can do starting today:· Ask that question, “If you could get students to do one thing differently, what would it be?” Informally of your teachers, and listen to their answers.· Do more 5-minute coachingo It reinforces that the purpose of leadership is to support and grow teachers.o It creates an informal structure that makes that work easier for both leaders and teachers.o And by going your full time and attention, even only for five minutes, it communicates to teachers that you are willing to invest important resources in their growth. Honestly, I'd like to dig into this even more – we are just scratching the surface. The 6D framework is the foundation of so much of the work I do and the practices I promote and teach about.Frederick's Links:Email: email@example.comWebsite: https://www.frederickbuskey.com/LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/strategicleadershipconsultingDaily Email subscribe: https://adept-experimenter-3588.ck.page/ff61713840
In today's episode with special guest and author/educator Crystal Frommert, Lindsay discusses how exactly you can facilitate family partnerships from an educational standpoint. Liked this episode? Rate, review, and share! Get In Touch With Crystal Frommert: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/crystal-frommert-2460abb Website: www.crystalfrommert.com Twitter: www.twitter.com/mrs_frommert Get Your Episode Freebie & More Resources On My Website: https://www.lindsaybethlyons.com/blog/142 Lindsay's Links: LinkedIn: @lindsaybethlyons Instagram: @lindsaybethlyons Facebook Group: Time for Teachership
This episode of the NLN Nursing EDge Unscripted Scholarship track features guest Catherine Quay. Learn more about her work, "Innovative Use of Virtual Reality to Facilitate Empathy Toward Older Adults in Nursing Education."Quay, Catherine; Ramakrishnan, Arun. Innovative Use of Virtual Reality to Facilitate Empathy Toward Older Adults in Nursing Education. Nursing Education Perspectives 44(5):p 300-302, 9/10 2023. | DOI: 10.1097/01.NEP.0000000000001174 Dedicated to excellence in nursing, the National League for Nursing is the leading organization for nurse faculty and leaders in nursing education. Find past episodes of the NLN Nursing EDge podcast online. Get instant updates by following the NLN on LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube. For more information, visit NLN.org.
The Heroes! Facilitate a change in leadership at Dungrunglung, hawt. #actualplay #dungeonsanddragons #ttrpg #tombofannihilation Border KindnessPalestinian Children's Relief FundPalestine Red Crescent SocietyLets help Erica some more! Discord
Dan Stribling preaches on week 10 of Rooted.Empowering Conversations and Celebrations: Recognizing Growth and PurposeApproaching the culminating Celebration in week 10 of the ROOTED Experience provides a unique chance to acknowledge and appreciate the transformative journey each member has undergone. Seize this opportunity to express your observations of God's work in their lives through personalized cards and verbal affirmations during group sessions. Encourage the identification of individual giftings, character strengths, and passions worth exploring further.For instance:"Your remarkable compassion, especially in addressing racial tension, could make a significant impact. Consider joining our Impact team.""People admire and look up to you more than you realize. Embrace the leadership opportunities God is calling you to right now.""While forgiving yourself may be challenging, remember that God sees beyond your decisions. His unconditional love is shaping something beautiful within you. Continue letting Him replace self-perceptions with His truth."Facilitate a space for each person to share their reflections on the ROOTED Experience and then guide the group in offering these uplifting truths to one another. Conclude by having someone, perhaps yourself, pray over each individual. Refer to the Facilitators Guide for guidance.What's on the Horizon?Conclude discussions about future plans with your group. Ensure a unanimous decision to avoid continuing reluctantly for another month or season.Share your decision by completing the survey [Include survey link].Prepping for the CelebrationTo enhance the Celebration experience, prompt your group to contemplate one or two encouraging truths for each member. Encourage them to think of a word, phrase, quality, or passion associated with each person. Send a text or email beforehand to prepare them for this meaningful reflection and expression of affirmations.
Greenpoint Properties unveils a new program to aid elderly homeowners in Greensboro, NC, streamlining the downsizing process. Through quick cash transactions and personalized assistance, the initiative helps seniors, fostering a smooth transition to more manageable living arrangements and contributing positively to the Greensboro community. Greenpoint Properties City: Oak Ridge Address: 8912 Clear Springs Rd Website https://www.selltogreenpoint.com/ Phone +1 336 234 2323 Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Ben Sporer, PhD Facilitate, Integrate, Recalibrate OUTPUT You don't need to be an elite athlete to be at the top of your game. By understanding the dynamic relationship between your objectives and the actions required to achieve them, you can perform at the highest level in your profession— consistently, on demand, when it counts. If you've got your eyes locked on your outcome, you need to get your mind set on your output.In Output, Olympic physiologist and performance consultant Ben Sporer combines his scientific expertise with decades of experience in sport and business to simplify the strategies of high- performing athletes and how they can apply to anyone, in any field. By explaining the mechanics of the Core 4 performance factors and reframing the link between preparation, action, and purpose, Sporer reveals a performance solution that empowers you to prize output over outcome.Sustain high performance through what you can control: your output.Book released October 24, 2023Twitter: @Ben_Sporer (also search via LinkedIn)Instagram: @outputbook Website: www.output-book.com
Story by Leah Smith, read by Kenny Coogan. Facilitate a love of the natural world with one of its smallest components: seeds. This story comes from the November/December 2023 issue of Grit magazine. This audio article is brought to you by the Mother Earth News and Friends podcast. We feature stories from leaders in sustainable and rural living so you can learn more about natural health, sustainability, homesteading, and more. Catch new interviews and audio articles from us on Thursdays. Listen to us wherever you listen to your podcasts, and check us out at www.MotherEarthNews.com/Podcast. For more great articles on livestock and land management, large and small farming, and even bees, go to www.MotherEarthNews.com. If you're interested in workshops about everything from cheesemaking to soil health to building around your property, check out our MOTHER EARTH NEWS Fairs at www.MotherEarthNewsFair.com. Grit's sister publications include MOTHER EARTH NEWS, Backyard Poultry, and Countryside.
My friend, may you be healed from the inside out and freed in the truth and love of God, then sent out to help facilitate encounters with Jesus wherever and however He sends you, in Jesus' name. God bless you, my friend! And you have a great day! Tommy Hays | Messiah Ministries Mailing Address: 412 S. Adams Street #148 Fredericksburg, Texas 78624 Please share this word to encourage a friend! Anyone can sign up for free at: https://messiah-ministries.org My Books on Inner Healing, Spiritual Freedom and Spiritual Intimacy with God are Available on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/author/tommyhays --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/morningbymorningtommyhays/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/morningbymorningtommyhays/support
Want to grow your visibility through strategic websites and SEO strategy? You'll love today's episode with guest Stephanie O'Keefe!Key Takeaways: Stephanie emphasized that understanding SEO requires an understanding of your target audience and their journey.It's challenging to explain SEO, especially to those unfamiliar with technology.Working in SEO changes one's perspective towards online shopping.SEO is essential for online visibility and involves understanding who you help and how you help them.The way you explain SEO can shift depending on who you're talking to and where they are in their brand journey.Brand messaging and content creation is a key part of anSEO strategy.Determine clear goals for each page on a website.Start with a simplified design and then evolving by adding pages as needed.Facilitate a smooth customer journey through user experience in web design.Have up-to-date and relevant content on your website.Heat map trackers can help you audit user behavior on your website.Hotjar helps you review interactions on your website.Visual cues play a vital role to create trust and impart personality to the brand. Top tips for a great website:Show your face!Include your face on your website to build trust.Clarify their goals and expectations while hiring a website designer.Connect with Steph:WebsiteInstagramSelf-guided website auditDarrell's Case StudyOTHER EPISODES:Leah BryantNow is the time to supercharge your SEO efforts with a special offer from CrystalWaddell.com: a content audit! Get insight into what pieces of content you need to create to dominate your nice! Visit CrystalWaddell.com/content to learn how you can easily increase website traffic and bring more visitors to your site. Don't miss out on this opportunity to accelerate your SEO performance! Start today. Get your content to the top of search results! Support the showApply to be our podcast guest!
Soft Skills for Program Managers | Tahseen Rana | #TGV395"Hard skills may help you land the job, but soft skills will help you keep it and advance in your career."Join us in episode #TGV395 to explore the significance of soft skills in the realm of program management. In this conversation, Tahseen Rana shares insights on her professional journey, the pivotal role soft skills have played in her success, key soft skills vital for program managers, and real-world examples of how interpersonal skills strengthen stakeholder relationships. We delve into conflict resolution, the impact of emotional intelligence on decision-making, and much more. Whether you're an aspiring program manager or seeking career growth, this episode offers valuable advice and wisdom.ABOUT THE GUEST:Tahseen Rana is a Result driven program management professional with 16+ years experience in the pharmaceutical/ biologics industry. Passionate about strategic planning, regular tracking till closure, problem-solving, and conflict resolution by bringing diverse teams together to achieve organizational goals. Successful completion of complex multiple development projects, life cycle management projects, supporting CoGs improvement exercise for assigned program, strategic initiative: “accelerating biologics portfolio”. Demonstrated leadership skills in large matrix organizations (20+ cross-functional teams, multiple global locations). Facilitate decision-making. Influential communication at all levels (both written and verbal), presentation skills up to CEO level, and storytelling skills.Connect with Tahseen on LI:https://www.linkedin.com/in/tahseenrana/Connect with the Host on LinkedIn: Naveen Samala: LinkedIn | Personal WebsiteSupport Our Mission: To contribute to our mission, consider making a donation (any amount of your choice) via PayPal: Donate HereExplore Productivity: Become a productivity monk by enrolling in this course: Productivity Monk CourseDiscover "TGV Inspiring Lives" on Amazon: Volume 1 available on Kindle and Paperback:KindlePaperbackConnect in Your Preferred Language: #TGV is available in Hindi & Telugu on YouTube:HindiTeluguAudio Podcast: Listen to #TGV on Spotify:HindiTeluguFollow on Twitter:@GuidingVoice@NaveenSamala Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Transnet has confirmed the establishment of an interim rail Infrastructure Manager, which will oversee the initial process of ensuring that the rail network is opened to private train operating companies (TOCs) from April 2024. The network has hitherto been monopolised by State-owned Transnet Freight Rail, which is in the process of being vertically separated into the Transnet Rail Infrastructure Manager (TRIM) and the Transnet Freight Rail Operating Company (TFROC). Acting Transnet CEO Michelle Phillips said in a statement that the interim Infrastructure Manager would carry out all required activities to facilitate third-party access ahead of the creation of a permanent operating division, or TRIM. In unveiling a recovery plan for the embattled group in late October, Transnet said the TRIM would manage, operate and maintain the rail network infrastructure and would initially be led by Bessie Mabunda. TFROC, which would be led by Russell Baatjies, would remain the dominant TOC on the network when it was opened to third-party operators next year, but would begin having to compete with private operators for slots on the network. Phillips said the interim Infrastructure Manager would engage with the Interim Rail Economic Regulator Capacity (IRERC) and manage access until a permanent operating division was in place. It would also lead consultations with the Department of Public Enterprises, the Department of Transport, the IRERC and other stakeholders on the draft network statement, the draft access agreement and proposed tariff methodology. "On 1 April 2024, the interim Infrastructure Manager will publish the final draft network statement, conditions of access, and the access tariff; and TOCs applications for slots will commence. "If a requested slot is available (not run by TFROC), that slot can be provided by May 2024 for trains to run, provided all the necessary conditions and approvals are met," Transnet said in a statement. The separation was in line the White Paper on National Rail Policy, which envisaged structural reforms intended to facilitate private sector investment and more efficient use of the rail system, the performance of which had declined markedly in recent years. Access would ultimately be regulated by the yet-to-be established Transport Economic Regulator, which would set prices for the sale of train slots and regulate access. The reform was also being aligned with the Freight Logistics Roadmap, which was close to being finalised, which Finance Minister Enoch Godongwana said would have to be reflected in Transnet's corporate and operational plans if the group aimed to secure any support from the fiscus for its turnaround plan. "The Roadmap sets out a clear path for enhancing efficiencies, facilitating the introduction of competition and leveraging the financial and technical support of the private sector," the Minister said in a recent address to lawmakers. Transnet has reportedly requested relief covering R61-billion of its R130-billion debt, as well as a R47-billion equity injection, but Godongwana indicated that the National Treasury would not step in until there had been further engagements and Transnet could prove that it was doing its bit to improve efficiencies and cuts costs. The separation between rail operation and infrastructure was in line with the Economic Regulation of Transport Bill and the National Rail Policy and would differ from the National Ports Act in that there would be no 'grandfather rights' for TFROC. Under such a scenario, the rail system would be expected to transition to a free open system of allocated train-access slots. Separately, Transnet was also pressing ahead with a plan to establish a rail rolling stock leasing company by way of a private sector partnership. The group had rolling stock that it no longer used, and which could be repurposed to help facilitate third-party access. The absence of rolling stock for lease emerged as a key constraint for companies that expresse...
How can you turn home renovation roadblocks into design triumphs?In this episode, you'll learn:Strategies for effectively addressing design challenges in home remodeling and construction projects.The importance of maintaining a problem-solving and collaborative mindset when working with contractors and builders.Practical communication tips to facilitate smoother interactions and successful outcomes in your home improvement endeavors.If you liked today's episode, please leave me a rating and review in Apple podcasts. Check out the House Calls for Physicians Website. Join the House Calls for Physicians Private Facebook Group Check us out on Instagram!
The Mission: HR podcast a three-part series based on extracts from Denis Barnard's book published in 2023.The premise of the book is to open up the discussion on clarifying the role of HR in an organisation, what it should be doing and the outputs to be expected from it.Along the way, it examines current perceptions of the function and suggests an action plan to raise its value all round.1. Roles that HR must fill:PlannerInfluencerEnabler2. Areas for execution of the mission:Technology – Workforce Development ComplianceOrganisational Aspirations (and Obligations) Compensation3. Actions for the mission:Technology Workforce Developmenta) Line management developmentb) Employee development3. Compliance4. Facilitate organisational aspirations5. Performance6. Compensation
This week's guests are Beth Cougler Blom and Alex Suchman. Beth Cougler Blom is a facilitator and learning designer who, along with her team at Beth Cougler Blom Facilitation, works with clients across all sectors to design and facilitate great learning experiences and meetings, both in person and online. Beth is the author of Design to Engage: How to Create and Facilitate a Great Learning Experience For Any Group and is the host of the Facilitating on Purpose podcast. Website: https://bethcouglerblom.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/bethcouglerblom/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bethcouglerblom/ Design to Engage book: http://designtoengagebook.com Facilitating on Purpose podcast: http://facilitatingonpurpose.com Alex Suchman's mission is to make work a source of genuine meaning and connection for everyone, and uses games and play to achieve that. Her company, Barometer XP, makes game-based experiences available for a wide range of learning and development outcomes. Contact information: Email: email@example.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/alexandrasuchman Website: https://www.barometerxp.com Episode Links: 63% of men say Barbie movie made them more aware of patriarchy in the workplace How to Shift From Expectations to Intentions How to manage client expectations on every creative project “We Want Training!”: When Client Expectations Stop L&D From Modernising Contextual learning: linking learning to the real world Self-Determined Learning: Heutagogy in Action The Top 5 Challenges Volunteer Managers Face — And What You Can Do About It hang out one's shingle The-art-and-science-of_learning-design How to Write a Lesson Plan for Corporate Training Pygmalion (Rosenthal) and Golem effect How-to-develop-high-expectations-teaching Why forced fun doesn't work What is a people pleaser? The Art of Gathering: How We Meet and Why It Matters Meeting Students Expectations and Realizing Pedagogical Goals within the Development of a Virtual Learning Environment PROCEEDINGS Training Expectations: What to Expect from Training Programs Question Assumptions A Misunderstanding About Expectations You can contact Women Talking About Learning through our website, womentalkingaboutlearning.com We're on Twitter @WTAL_Podcast You can buy us a coffee to support Women Talking About Learning via Ko-Fi. Or you can email us via firstname.lastname@example.org
In this episode Laura Beddoe Collins - Unconcoius Mind Expert and Soulful Business Consultant explores the importance of networking for female business owners. She shares her experiences of attending different networking events and provides advice on how to approcah them. She emphasises the importance of being yourself, asking questions, researching the event, and looking for potential collaborations, partnerships. If you are running a business and you are working hard on creating your first 60 k year sales is at the forfront of your mind, what comes before that is building relationships. In this episodes LBC talks about 6 points that will either make or break a networking experianceConnection and investigation is part of who Laura Beddoe- Collins is a mentor, do you need to learn how to express yourself? Do you struggle with big groups and an introvert which is why you avoid these types of events? Perhaps this can be changed through working in your Akashic Records and unlocking your limiting belief that is holding you back from shining at a networking event? Do you know your values and who you are supposed be serving these are all questions to explore before attending theses events and in this episode LBC has your back with the do's and donts so you know how to navigate without ego. Have you seen the 14 day experiance LIVE training that starts on 1st November 2023 just £14 which will increase to £444 on the 15th November? Check it out HERE>> https://www.laurabeddoe.com/14-days-journeyIMPORTANT LINKSConnect with me your host: Laura Beddoe- Collins.www.facebook.com/Laura.Beddoe.Spiritual.Coachhttps://www.instagram.com/laura_beddoe_Coach.mentorhttps://www.clubhouse.com/@ukmindsetcoachhttps://www.tiktok.com/@laura_beddoe_mentor
In today's episode with special guest and educator Kara Pranikoff, Lindsay discusses how to properly facilitate student-led discussions in the classroom. Liked this episode? Rate, review, and share! Get In Touch With Kara Pranikoff: Website: www.eyesopeneducation.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kara-pranikoff/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/klpranikoff/ Get Your Episode Freebie & More Resources On My Website: https://www.lindsaybethlyons.com/blog/138 Lindsay's Links: LinkedIn: @lindsaybethlyons Instagram: @lindsaybethlyons Facebook Group: Time for Teachership
1. Keep educating myself to find better ways to treat my athletes, clients, and friends.2. Educate others about their body.3. Facilitate connections across the nations.4. Be a good example of a "fine Israeli."Specialties: Evaluation, treatment, rehabilitation of athletic related injuries. Movement, wellness, and fitness.
Are you leveraging technology to create better outcomes for your nonprofit? Do you immediately get a feeling of overwhelm or dread when you hear the term “leveraging technology?” It's understandable if you do, technology can be complicated to say the least. However, it can also be a game changer when it comes to freeing up extra time. In today's episode, I chat with Heather Johnson about her experience of helping nonprofits leverage technology. We dive into how the nonprofit space has evolved over the last two decades, especially regarding technology and awareness. Heather also tells us her first-hand experiences of how organizations are having a much greater impact on their communities when they have a solid financial foundation and good technology systems in place. She also shares how nonprofits are experiencing high ROIs when they incorporate more efficient processes into their backend business operations. Plus, you'll learn more about how to use one of your greatest assets, your team, when identifying and improving inefficiencies within your organization. About Heather: Heather Johnson has spent two decades working with technology for nonprofits. With experience working with nonprofits at every step of their journey to revolutionize their organizations, she has come to learn what good looks like and where technology can be the nonprofit's friend or their worst enemy. Read the podcast transcript here. Episode Summary: In this episode, you'll learn how leveraging technology can create better outcomes for your nonprofit like: How the nonprofit space has grown and evolved over the past 20 years (5:20) The ROI of having good technology in place (7:30) Identifying opportunities for improved efficiencies (12:00) How a solid financial foundation leads to more revenue (17:10) Using your team's perspective to help identify and fix inefficiencies in your organization (22:00) Teasers: “We've seen the business of nonprofits explode over the last 20 years, and I really believe that it's just going to continue to grow as folks become more and more focused on social good.” “Let the machines work so the people can think.” “You cannot have the impact that you want to have if your backend (system) is broken.” “Any platform is only as good as its level of adoption.” Resources: Connect with Heather on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/heather-johnson-a170b3157/ Follow Blackbaud on Instagram: @blackbaud Keep up to date with Blackbaud on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/blackbaud/ For more information on Blackbaud, visit their website at: www.blackbaud.com Download the free Finance Routine Checklist: https://100degreesconsulting.com/routine/ Keep up to date with the podcast: @100degreesconsulting Follow Stephanie on Instagram: @stephanie.skry/ Connect with Stephanie on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/stephanieskryzowski/ Visit the podcast page: https://100degreesconsulting.com/leveraging-technology Want more of the podcast? New episodes are released weekly! Find them all plus show notes and exclusive bonus content at 100degreesconsulting.com/podcast. Leave us a review! Click here, scroll to the bottom, tap to rate with five stars, and select “Write a Review.” Let me know what you loved most about this episode! Subscribe to the show so you don't miss a thing!
Welp! You see the artwork, you know what the talk of the town is.. Drake's new album "For All The Dogs". The problem is, Jordan is the only one that actually listened to it. But Desmond, and Kelvin has some takes on Drake's content as of late. Jordan tries to keep the fellas from slander/personal takes, and keep it about the music. How's today's music in general? That's the talk. Lock in. Share, subscribe, rate (all 5), download, be blessed. Follow us on IG: @thenourishmentpodcast @thenourishmentpage @thenourishmentkicks @docta_voodoo Email: email@example.com Patreon.com/TheNourishmentPodcast Peace & Love.
This week's Parsing Immigration Policy episode raises awareness of a disturbing aspect of the border crisis – a large and increasing number of unaccompanied alien children who are delivered by the government into the hands of labor and sex traffickers. Guest Tara Lee Rodas, a Health and Human Services (HHS) whistleblower who recently testified before […]
This week's Parsing Immigration Policy episode raises awareness of a disturbing aspect of the border crisis – a large and increasing number of unaccompanied alien children who are delivered by the government into the hands of labor and sex traffickers. Guest Tara Lee Rodas, a Health and Human Services (HHS) whistleblower who recently testified before Congress, speaks about current U.S. immigration policies and court rulings that lead to the rapid release of unaccompanied minors (UACs) to unvetted sponsors in the U.S.Guest host Jessica Vaughan, the Center's director of policy studies, and Rodas discuss the flaws in the immigration system and the Biden policies, revealing shocking details about the lax vetting of sponsors who are given custody of unaccompanied alien children without proper background checks or monitoring.Rodas describes the process as “government-sponsored, taxpayer-funded child trafficking,” as the federal Office of Refugee Resettlement and its contractors literally complete the final stage of human smuggling schemes, which frequently end up with the transfer of minors to criminal enterprises, forced labor arrangements, cartels, or gangs.“It is easier to get a UAC than to get a pet,” says Rodas.Vaughan, who also testified before Congress on the trafficking of UACs, said, “We urge lawmakers to act with urgency to disrupt and de-fund this system, and demand reforms from the agencies involved. What higher priority can there be than the safety and well-being of vulnerable children? It is shameful for our government to allow this to continue under the pretense of helping migrants.”The conversation concludes with specific federal and state policy suggestions that can be implemented to help end the trafficking of UACs.In her closing commentary, Vaughan highlights an alarming proposed regulation announced by the Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR) that would further institutionalize Biden policies granting more freedom to ORR and contractors while reducing accountability. The public comment period for these troubling changes will close in 60 days.Vaughan also announced that the Center will be co-sponsoring a conference to combat human trafficking to be held in Houston on December 12th and 13th.HostJessica Vaughan is the Director of Policy Studies the Center for Immigration Studies.GuestTara Lee Rodas is a Federal Inspector General Employee at Health and Human Resources.RelatedWatchdog Report Blasts Treatment of Migrant Kids in Custodyestimony by Tara Lee Rodas. The Biden Border Crisis: Exploitation of Unaccompanied Alien ChildrenTestimony by Jessica Vaughan. The Biden Border Crisis: Exploitation of Unaccompanied Alien ChildrenVideo: Former Biden Transition Official Andrew Lorenzen-Strait Describes His “Corrupt Bargain” SchemeVideo: Trafficked in AmericaFlorida Emergency Rule on UAC ResettlementFlorida Grand Jury Report on UACsFollowFollow Parsing Immigration Policy on Ricochet, Apple Podcasts, Amazon Music, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts.Intro MontageVoices in the opening montage:Sen. Barack Obama at a 2005 press conference.Sen. John McCain in a 2010 election ad.President Lyndon Johnson, upon signing the 1965 Immigration Act.Booker T. Washington, reading in 1908 from his 1895 Atlanta Exposition speech.Laraine Newman as a "Conehead" on SNL in 1977.Hillary Clinton in a 2003 radio interview.Cesar Chavez in a 1974 interview.House Speaker Nancy Pelosi speaking to reporters in 2019.Prof. George Borjas in a 2016 C-SPAN appearance.Sen. Jeff Sessions in 2008 comments on the Senate floor.Charlton Heston in "Planet of the Apes".
The George W. Bush Institute, in collaboration with Liberty in North Korea, recently hosted 14 North Korean refugees and recipients of the Lindsay Lloyd North Korea Freedom Scholarship for a workshop to further develop their leadership and advocacy skills. At the workshop, the Bush Institute's Executive Director David J. Kramer, Senior Fellow Victor Cha, and the Bradford M. Freeman Managing Director of Global Policy Igor Khrestin joined moderator and Director of Freedom and Democracy Chris Walsh for a discussion on how China and Russia facilitate North Korea's human rights abuses. The conversation is based on a report released by the Bush Institute and CSIS that explores how Beijing and Moscow support and enable North Korea's crimes against humanity.Read the report.
Advances in ADT Part II: A Guide for Urologists CME Available: https://auau.auanet.org/node/39385 LEARNING OBJECTIVES After participating in this educational activity, participants will be able to: 1. Recognize and characterize different disease states for advance prostate cancer including M0 HSPC, M1 HSPC, M0 CRPC, and M1 CRPC. 2. Discuss the role of a multidisciplinary shared team approach for the diagnosis and management of advanced prostate cancer. 3. Facilitate discussions with patients and caregivers regarding treatment intensification for advanced prostate cancer. 4. Identify the role of combination therapy with ADT and additional systemic therapy to yield optimal survival outcomes for metastatic prostate cancer. 5. Differentiate mechanisms of action and side effects when ADT is delivered via GnRH agonists vs. antagonists. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Independent educational grant support provided by: Myovant Sciences LTD Pfizer, Inc.
Episode 63: Building Your Winning Team Point 1: Assembling the Right Mix of Talent It's not about finding the best individuals; it's about finding the right individuals to work effectively together to achieve a common goal. QUESTION: Where are you called to be a leader? Leaders need to assess the strengths and weaknesses of their team members and align them with these roles. BOOK: Strengths Finder 2.0 by Tom Rath Once you know your top five strengths, you can start to lead from those strengths. Know the strengths of your team. Point 2: Fostering Collaboration and Synergy A winning team isn't just a group of talented individuals; it's a group of talented individuals who work seamlessly together. Create opportunities for team members to get to know each other on a personal level put team in scenarios where they work together If they can work together on the small things, they will support one another and achieve objectives Leaders should encourage open communication and provide a safe space for team members to express their concerns. Mediate conflicts early and effectively. Don't make it too easy for your team. Butterfly/Cocoon - the struggle that makes it able to live. Learn to love the process. Facilitate good interactions and communication. Point 3: Empowering and Developing Your Team A winning team not only achieves its current goals but also grows and evolves over time. Trust them to make decisions and take ownership of their work. Leaders have to develop their people into a team they can trust by delegating responsibilities and providing autonomy. offer guidance and support when needed provide opportunities to develop the necessary skills and knowledge When your team members feel valued and supported, they're more likely to give their best. Delegation You need to know what to give away and what to keep MO's Final Thoughts: Take time to build your team. Give yourself the grace. Don't worry about setbacks. Embrace the struggle. Try new things. You'll be better for it. Amazon Book Link: Strengthsfinder 2.0, Tom Rath - https://amzn.to/3Sn7uNm Special Thanks To: –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– Work it out by LiQWYD https://soundcloud.com/liqwyd Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported — CC BY 3.0 Free Download / Stream: https://bit.ly/l_work-it-out Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/erSmdVocHO0 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––
In this episode, you will have the opportunity to grasp the power of thinking big and expanding your network with host Brent Daniels and real estate investor Ken Van Liew.It's time to take your business and life to the next level. Listen as Ken shares his secrets on how to uncover great deals on discounted properties and transform them into financial freedom machines!This is your moment to make a MOVE! Don't forget to explore Brent's TTP training program to start taking your wholesaling business to the next level.----------Show notes:(0:52) Beginning of today's episode(8:00) The significance of proximity in wielding power (10:28) Elevating your networking abilities is the essence of this industry (18:32) The three key F's: Find, Fund, and Facilitate (23:15) Transitioning from discovering deals to establishing ownership of them (27:17) Ken's guide for newcomers entering the real estate world----------Resources:Nothing Down: How to Buy Real Estate With Little or NoMoney Down by Robert G. AllenModern Wealth Building Formula by Ken Van LiewEvernoteThe Secret WeaponPropStreamFollow Ken hereTo speak with Brent or one of our other expert coaches call (281) 835-4201 or schedule your free discovery call here to learn about our mentorship programs and become part of the TribeGo to Wholesalingincgroup.com to become part of one of the fastest growing Facebook communities in the Wholesaling space. Get all of your burning Wholesaling questions answered, gain access to JV partnerships, and connect with other "success minded" Rhinos in the community.It's 100% free to join. The opportunities in this community are endless, what are you waiting for?
Communicating about death and end of life topics can be scary. For both clinicians and family members who care for people with serious illness (like cancer and dementia) it can be tough to know how to raise issues related to mortality, end of life decisions, and beliefs about what happens after death.Lisa Pahl, LCSW co-created the Death Deck and the EOL Deck to help facilitate communication about death and end of life issues in a non-threatening, light, and even fun way. In this week's episode she tells us what inspired her to create these "games" and how they can be used. You'll get valuable communication tips when she reads some of the cards.You will leave the episode wanting to play with the Death Deck!You can get the deck and reach Lisa here: www.thedeathdeck.com.Let's master the art of whole-person serious illness care together,- Dr. Cwww.integrativepalliative.comP.S. Please forward an episode of The Integrative Palliative Podcast to a colleague - help me spread the word!Helping you to find joy in your work as you help your seriously ill patients to thrive. Free Guide for Clinicians:Adding Integrative Medicine To Your Practicehttps://trainings.integrativepalliative.com/pl/2147657852Free Guide for You if Your Loved One Is Ill:The 10 Best Ways to Help When Your Loved One Has A Serious Illnesshttps://trainings.integrativepalliative.com/pl/2147661904 Please review this podcast wherever you listen and forward your favorite episode to a friend! Thanks for helping me spread the word about heart-centered care for people with complex and serious illness, using all the tools that work.I'm thrilled to be listed in Feedspot's top 15 palliative podcasts!https://blog.feedspot.com/palliative_care_podcasts/
Talking to people we disagree with can be difficult, but it’s also unavoidable. A group of students at Willamette University is learning to facilitate and engage in those conversations to foster understanding and connection. The Conversation Project is a two-semester course that aims to teach students listening, grounding and compassion skills. Students then partner with community organizations in Salem and Portland to help them engage in dialogue work. The professors that run the Conversation Project are: David Gutterman, a politics, policy, law and ethics professor; and Wendy Petersen-Boring, an associate history professor. Senior Mira Karthik completed the program and now serves as its research associate. They all join us to talk more about the project and why it’s important for students to learn these facilitation skills.
"Leadership [....] it's a lot about trying to create environments where people could thrive and facilitate people being successful and therefore the team, the agenda and the organisation being successful." John Fairhurst John Fairhurst and I discuss his leadership style and philosophy. He emphasises the importance of facilitating and enabling people to be successful. He reflects on the changing nature of the private sector and development sector. And we talk about the crucial need for voices from different sectors, including the private sector, in advocating for change and addressing global challenges. We touch on the importance of not being solely reliant on key individuals in driving change. And we discuss the importance of well-being in the workplace and the need for a broader assessment of what it means to have a thriving workforce. John Fairhurst is the head of Private Sector Engagement at the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria. John has worked in both the private and not-for-profit sectors. Prior to joining the Global Fund John was Executive Director at UBS Optimus Foundation and COO at the Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN). He was involved in the establishment and management of the portfolio of programmes of one of the largest international development private foundations, the Children's Investment Fund (CIFF). He oversaw development and humanitarian programs for Oxfam in various geographies including the Democratic Republic of Congo, Eritrea, and Afghanistan. Connect with John On LinkedIn Resources Mentioned The Global Fund Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
www.BlockBuster7.com www.ChangeTheWorldFromYourLivingRoom.com Art's unique background: the creator of Energetic NLP, NLP trainer, medical researcher, healer, intuitive, leadership and team specialist for major corporations; 4 decades studying psychic development, plus energetic and spiritual healing. Art has been blessed to receive two empowerments directly from the Dalai Lama of Tibet (including one to increase his ability to heal others). Art Has Been Fetaured On: The Love Code, the award-winning Dare to Dream podcast, Happy Insights, Leading Visionaries, Sense of Soul, One World in a New World, Zen Success, The Health & Happiness show, Awakenings, Remember Who You Are, Science & Spirituality Podcast, Change It Up Radio, Superpower Experts, JeffMara Podcast, Ghostman Radio, The Prosperity show, Influencers Channel, 360 Wisdom Speaks, Sunday Soul, the Self-Help Coaching podcast, Lisa Davies, Adam Markel, Loretta Brown Show, Laugh Box, Prosperity Place, Bringing Inspiration To Earth Radio show, Remember Who You Are, and Spiritually Inspired. He's been featured on hundreds of radio, television, podcast shows and in magazines. Art will be featured in an upcoming proninent documentary film, to be released next year. To Book Art on your program, email: · Debbi: firstname.lastname@example.org · Art: Art@EnergeticNLP.com Art will promote the interview to his following. Art is a master at opening up people's abilities: — Learn to use universal energies to transform lives. — Read people's energy fields through the clair's and psychic abilities — Facilitate remote energy work and work with anyone — Accelerating Personal/Spiritual Growth while Activating Your Miraculous Abilities! Art's Talking Points: 1) Reprogramming Your Chakras to Thrive in Turbulent Times 2) Confidently be guided by your Inner Wisdom and Spirit 3) 3 Energy Techniques You Need to Know · See Art Giser's bio, interview questions, talking points, and free gift below. One of Art's areas of mastery is remote energy work. Your listeners will receive transformative energies during the podcast, even if it is a recording! BIO: Meet Art Giser, a visionary powerhouse with a lifetime of diverse experiences that have shaped him into a true trailblazer. With an impressive background spanning 39 years, Art has immersed himself in the realms of NLP, scientific exploration, psychic development, and the profound art of energetic and spiritual healing. His journey has been nothing short of extraordinary. In his earlier years, Art's insatiable curiosity led him to a role as a research lab manager at the esteemed University of California, San Francisco Medical School for eleven years. This foundational experience instilled in him a deep appreciation for the intricacies of human potential and sparked a lifelong passion for understanding the unseen dimensions that shape our reality.
Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis say they “support victims” after it was revealed that they had written letters in support of leniency in Danny Masterson's sentencing. New claims about Joe Jonas nude photo requests are also coming to the surface. 191The only person that has a faint chance of reconciliation with Prince William and Harry is Kate. Rob is joined by his dear pal Garrett Vogel from Elvis Duran and the Morning Show with all the scoop. Don't forget to vote in today's poll on Twitter at @naughtynicerob or in our Facebook group.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Governments Should Facilitate Not Control. Contrast the response of the Egyptians to the famine to some governments today who intentionally cause bad circumstances in an effort to control people for their own power play. Freedom requires some reasonable restraints, but is lost if there are unreasonable restraints. When you submit your life to Christ you are set free.
“Collaborative modeling is getting the relevant people into a room to solve a problem or get on the same page about what it is you're solving and getting some directions for that solution." Evelyn and Gien are the co-authors of “Collaborative Software Design: How to Facilitate Domain Modeling Decisions”. In this episode, we discussed collaborative software design and why we need it in software development. Evelyn and Gien started by explaining the Cynefin framework in software development and the importance of having heuristics for making quick decisions. We then dived deep into discussing what collaborative modeling is, how to get people involved to collaborate, and the important role of a facilitator. We also talked about the socio-technical aspects and skills required in collaborative modeling, in particular, understanding the influence of cognitive bias and ranking. Towards the end, we discussed when we should do a collaborative modeling exercise, how to structure it, and tips for doing it remotely. Listen out for: Career Journey - [00:06:53] Collaborative Software Design - [00:09:28] Complicated vs Complex Problems - [00:12:24] Heuristics - [00:15:07] Collaborating Modeling - [00:19:03] The Facilitator Role - [00:24:55] Socio Technical Skills - [00:30:10] Cognitive Bias - [00:33:10] The Influence of Ranking - [00:38:51] Collaborative Modelling Structure - [00:47:00] When to do Collaborative Modeling - [00:51:38] Remote Collaborative Modeling - [00:55:34] 3 Tech Lead Wisdom - [00:58:45] _____ Evelyn van Kelle's BioEvelyn van Kelle is a strategic software delivery consultant, with experience in coaching, advising, facilitating, and guiding organizations and teams in designing and maintaining socio-technical systems. She blends different techniques, tools and approaches from behavioral and social sciences, collaborative modeling and Domain-Driven Design, to help leadership teams achieve sustainable transformations. Evelyn loves to share her knowledge by speaking at international conferences and meetups. Gien Verschatse's BioGien Verschatse is an experienced consultant and software engineer that specializes in domain modelling and software architecture. As a Domain-Driven Design practitioner, she always looks to bridge the gaps between experts, users, and engineers. As a side interest, she's researching the science of decision-making strategies, to help teams improve how they make technical and organizational decisions. She shares her knowledge by speaking and teaching at international conferences. When she is not doing all that, you'll find her on the sofa, reading a book and sipping coffee. Follow Evelyn: LinkedIn – linkedin.com/in/evelynvankell X – @EvelynvanKell Follow Gien: LinkedIn – linkedin.com/in/gien-verschatse X – @selketjah _____ Our Sponsors Miro is your team's visual workspace to connect, collaborate, and create innovations together, from anywhere.Sign up today at miro.com/podcast and get your first 3 Miro boards free forever. Like this episode? Show notes & transcript: techleadjournal.dev/episodes/147 Follow @techleadjournal on LinkedIn, Twitter, and Instagram. Buy me a coffee or become a patron.
Last week I taught a 90-minute workshop for my buddy, Tad Hargrave's audience at Marketing For Hippies - on what goes into a Signature Workshop. In this session everyone walked away with the framework to begin crafting their own workshop, which will help them and YOU do THREE very important things: 1. Get in front of a lot of new audiences for the first time. 2. Facilitate these new audiences' first transformational experiences. 3. Increase your income by calling those participants to adventure with you. This 23 minute Video/Podcast lays everything out clear and simple for you. **Prioritize watching or listening to it while driving or doing dishes this week!** And if you don't have time for that, let me lay it out here, short and sweet. Your Signature Workshop Includes: - Your Story - Your Philosophy - Their First Breakthrough, Transformational Experience with you - The Call to Adventure: To continue on the journey with you You are like the mountain guide. Your Signature Workshop is the bottom of the mountain (aka: Basecamp). Where you lead clients -- the end result -- is the top of the mountain. The Signature Workshop is the first step on that journey. As a guide, your job is to lead them up the mountain in the best, most straight forward way possible by drawing upon your wisdom, gifts and life experience! If you're tired of the social media grind or the fruitless podcast tours... you need a Signature Workshop! Craft your Signature Workshop at https://majikmedia.com/signature-workshop Join the Majik Mind Today: https://MajikMedia.com/majik-mind Create your Comedy Commercial at https://MajikMedia.com/comedy Design & Launch your Flagship Training at https://MajikMedia.com/flagship-training Craft your Signature Workshop at https://majikmedia.com/signature-work... Join the Majik Mind Today: https://MajikMedia.com/majik-mind Create your Comedy Commercial at https://MajikMedia.com/comedy Design & Launch your Flagship Training at https://MajikMedia.com/flagship-training
What does it take to facilitate meetings people look forward to coming to? In this episode of the Accelerate Your Performance podcast, Dr. Janet Pilcher discusses her approach to designing better meeting agendas and strategies that have helped her become a better coach and facilitator. Listen now to learn more about these tips for agendas, including how incorporating questions rather than topics can enhance team and leadership outcomes.Recommended Resources: Improve Your Meetings, Planning for an Effective Meeting, Guidelines for Effective Meetings, & Effective Meeting Preparation
In episode 137, we are focused on the topic of supporting teaching assistants. Our paraprofessionals support us as special educators and also provide invaluable support to our students. So it's time we provide them with the SUPPORT they deserve.This episode explains 5 strategies to help you be successful in supporting your staff and provides insights into how to actually make it happen.Tune in to hear more about these 5 strategies:Professional DevelopmentMentorship and CoachingRegular Check-Ins and FeedbackEmotional SupportAccess to ResourcesOf course, fitting these strategies into a busy school day might seem challenging, but it's not an "if" they should be done, it's a "must." Here are some ways to ensure support is given to your staff:Be a role model.Take advantage of PD days.Utilize downtime for short training sessions.Facilitate mentorship pairings.Integrate quick check-ins into the daily schedule.Foster a supportive culture.Organize a centralized resource library.Mentioned in the episode:Ep #16: Sharing the Love: Why I Don't Use 1:1 Paraprofessionals_____________________________________________________________________________A resource for you!A great way to support your staff is through the use of a Paraprofessional Handbook. This paraprofessional handbook will provide you with the structure, information and forms you need to train the parapros in your special education program.This colorful, fun paraprofessional handbook is completely editable and jammed packed full of beneficial information your paras need to feel prepared to complete all aspects of their job.Edit the parts that pertain to your specific school and classroom through Powerpoint and print the parts of the handbook you need in color or in black/white. Put into page protectors and put it all together into a binder. Then review this handbook with your paras at the beginning of every school year.Get the Writing IEP Impact Statements GROWING BUNDLE! and become a rockstar at crafting the perfect impact statements for your students today! Follow JenniferInstagramTPT
Fortune is a series of 8 Snapchat and Instagram AR filters that explore the topic of money and our relationship to money. Each project is around 90-seconds in length and uses a variety of immersive storytelling techniques from tabletop-scale animation to interactive facial filters to experiences AR-enabled interactions. At the end of each episode is a question designed to kick off a broader social media engagement campaign and group discussion about money. It should be premiering on Arte's social media channels later in the fall, and I had a chance to speak to the production team at Tribeca Immersive including Emilie Valentin (Writer of Fortune), Claire Meinhard (Director of Fortune), and Aurélie Leduc (Producer of Fortune working at Atlas V). This is a listener-supported podcast through the Voices of VR Patreon. Music: Fatality
Ms. Kara Hayes discusses the power of pulsed electromagnetic fields (PEMF) to facilitate wellness. Kara Hayes, MS Physics, has worked with Pulse PEMF since 2019. Following a thorough hike of the Appalachian Trail in 2005, Kara has been on a health adventure solving her Lyme, thyroid and mold challenges. This rewarding journey through functional/integrative medicine, longevity and biohacking brought not only vastly improved health but a love for the pursuit of health-span, in particular for the profound effects of Pulsed Electro-Magnetic Fields. [Pulse PEMF – What is it?] • [Kara Hayes – Connect via Email]
Taniya Bethke and Swanny Evans from the Council to Advance Hunting and Shooting Sports join DU's Mike Brasher and Mark Horobetz in an entertaining discussion of the integral role of hunters and gun owners in conservation. Learn about the R3 initiative (Recruitment, Retention, and Reactivation) and the significance of the Pittman-Robertson Act to wildlife management. The group also explores the effectiveness of new hunter recruitment programs and societal attitudes toward hunting.www.ducks.org/DUPodcast
Stop wasting time in painful meetings and make them more productive Meetings can be useful when you prepare for the real purpose Episode 167 (Mark is based in Toronto, Canada) In this conversation with Mark Ellwood we explore: How to protect ourselves from painful meetings Clarifying and communicating the purpose of your meeting How might we train for effective meetings When the meeting is finished, how will you know if it was a success Why everyone is responsible for the meeting out come How to facilitate a planning meeting How to leverage meeting icebreakers How to harvest the diverse ideas while focusing the discussion Managing conflicting viewpoints without trying to convince Key questions to advance the conversation Managing facts versus feelings About our guest Mark Ellwood: Mark helps organizations develop their strategic plan. He serves as facilitator, trainer, team builder and time study consultant. He is an inventor, a poet and a keen puzzle solver. Learn more about Mark and his services at https://getmoredone.com/ https://terrificteams.com/ ----- Excerpts from this conversation with Mark Ellwood: Mark, we're going to take a look at what some people hate about business, and how to make it better. And that thing we hate is called meetings. Where do you come across a meeting? Should we have more meetings, Less Meeting shorter meetings, longer meetings? What the heck can we do at these meetings, We should have effective meetings, you know, you mentioned my sports. In the beginning, I was thinking about my son, who trains incredibly hard to, you know, rowing regatta and rowing races, like five minutes or so. And he really trains hard for that. How much training we do, or do we do for a meeting that lasts an hour or an hour and a half? Not much at all. And so the advantage of a meeting is you're bringing all these different people together, we've got different backgrounds and training and input and so on. And that's also the disadvantage, they all bring their own agendas or their own points of view. And that's why people have trouble with meetings, because all these different personalities. Whereas if you can get them to work, well, then you're on your way. And we talk about your intended message. And part of that is communicating well during the meeting, so that you're not going astray all over the place, I do have a definition of a meeting the purpose of a meeting, and people go, you know, what are we doing the weekly meeting updates this and that, and so on. I have studied this for many years, my definition of the purpose is quite simple. It's to convene stakeholders to make decisions that lead to action, to convene stakeholders who make decisions that lead to action, When you have that focus on decisions and action that gives a focus to your meeting. Now, there's a couple of exceptions, safety meetings and daily hubs and so forth. But for the most part, that will make our meetings more efficient. ----- ----more---- Your host is George Torok George is a specialist in executive communication skills. That includes conversation and presentation. He's fascinated by way we communicate and influence behaviors. He delivers training and coaching programs to help leaders and promising professionals deliver the intended message for greater success. Connect with George www.SpeechCoachforExecutives.com https://www.linkedin.com/in/georgetorokpresentations/ https://www.youtube.com/user/presentationskills https://www.instagram.com/georgetorok/
Treatment for Hormone Sensitive Prostate Cancer CME Available: https://auau.auanet.org/node/38703 Treatment for Hormone Sensitive Prostate Cancer (2023), is an exciting new educational offering to update urologists on the latest advancements in the management of hormone sensitive prostate cancer (HSPC), including treatment intensification. This educational initiative is comprised of multiple formats, including a live virtual course, on-demand webcast, and a podcast. This live virtual course, which is the cornerstone of the initiative features a multidisciplinary panel, engaging in a lively discussion. At the conclusion of this activity, participants will be able to: 1. Apply the AUA Clinical Guidelines for Advanced Prostate Cancer for the treatment of HSPC. 2. Summarize the current utilization of treatment intensification in HSCP and apply appropriate treatment intensification in men with HSPC. 3. Describe the current indications, potential benefits and adverse events that may occur with use of doublet and triplet regimens as compared to SOC in HSPC. 4. Identify opportunities for shared care and team-based approaches to offer state-of-the-art evidenced care for HSPC. 5. Facilitate discussions with patients and caregivers to engage them in the HSPC treatment plan. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT This educational activity is supported by an independent educational grant from: Astellas Pfizer, Inc.
Ritual is a doorway - between who you were and who you're becoming. And I'm here to entice you to walk through. In today's episode, I'm sharing how you can use ritual to facilitate real transformation in your money, sex, love, or business by shifting from everyday consciousness to a deeper, more erotic & magical part of yourself where anything is possible. I get into: How to use ritual to facilitate transformation - what it means and why it's so fucking powerful Bridging the gap between humanity and divinity A list of my hottest rituals - and a deep dive into 2 of my favorite ones The energy that gets stirred up in ritual & what to do with it And more Learn more about my Mind-Blowing Money Sex Magic Incubator: https://www.theamberrenee.com/incubator/ Connect with me: Follow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theamberrenee/ & on TikTok! https://www.tiktok.com/@theamberrenee Catch up on the blog: https://amberleitz.com/blog
When and How to Hire As a course creation business owner, growing and increasing sales means you'll need to hire help. Your first effective hire can oftentimes be a virtual assistant. This week, Molly Rose Speed, virtual assistant training and placement specialist, guides you through every decision point and how to make the most of your hire, whether it's the first time or the next time you're scaling.
Thanks for listening to the Senior Resource Podcast Network! This bonus episode is from Answers for Elders. If you like what you hear, visit the links to follow the podcast on your favorite listening platform. Suzanne is joined by Dr. Paul Winner, the Senior Director of the Premiere Research Institute and Attending Neurologist at Palm Beach Neurology in West Palm Beach, Florida. Dr. Winner addresses various lifestyle changes to help avoid developing dementia. He says, “There are risk actors. You want to avoid this as best you can. You don't want this to happen, even if you're predisposed genetically to develop it. There are some things you can do to help yourself now. Subscribe to Answers for Elders: Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/44DzG3C Spotify: https://sptfy.be/z0qqq Discover more great episodes of Answers for Elders: Finding Purpose with Parkinson's: https://apple.co/3D7EWka / https://sptfy.be/2vrdd People Needed for Your Estate Plan: Irrevocable Third-Party Trust: https://apple.co/44DzG3C / https://sptfy.be/c3pxu Tips to Facilitate a Senior Home Sale, Part 1: https://apple.co/44DzG3C / https://sptfy.be/l8o8m Facing Fears To Navigate Entrepreneurship: https://apple.co/44DzG3C / https://sptfy.be/dn6en Visit Answers for Elders on the web: https://answersforelders.com/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Anger is a powerful emotion that can be extremely difficult to control. But what happens when we use this to our advantage? Reframing anger has the potential to help facilitate emotional balance and bring peace to our lives, and Moshe Ratson sits down to explain his approach to this distinct philosophy… Moshe is a Therapist who practices Individual Therapy, Couples Therapy, Marriage Counseling, and Family Therapy. In addition to this, he offers Life, Career, and Executive Coaching services. In April 2023, he released Anger is Your Compass, a book that provides a radical new framework for understanding and responding to anger. So what makes Moshe's perspective on anger so unique? Listen now to see for yourself! Offer: CBDfx products are formulated to boost overall wellness and deliver calm vibes for daytime and nighttime use. CBDfx uses only organically grown hemp and all-natural ingredients. CBDfx is offering our listeners an exclusive 25% OFF plus a free CBD bath bomb with your first purchase, when you use code GENIUS. Don't miss this special 25% OFF offer for Finding Genius listeners only at CBDfx.com. Offer expires August 31st, 2023. Feel the difference with CBDfx! In this episode, you will learn about: How to find peace wherever you are. The different “flavors” of anger. How reframing anger can help facilitate personal growth and harmony. How anger is manifested in men versus women. To learn more about Moshe and his work, click here now! Episode also available on Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/30PvU9C
Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day for June 30, 2023 is: facilitate fuh-SIL-uh-tayt verb To facilitate something is to help bring it about, as in "her rise to power was facilitated by her influential friends." In other words, facilitating something eases the way for it to happen smoothly and effectively. // The moderator's role is to facilitate the discussion by asking appropriate questions. See the entry > Examples: "The fully paved road to Hurricane Ridge—completed in 1957 as part of the National Park Service's Mission 66 modernization campaign—facilitates alpine access for visitors without vehicles capable of navigating rutted forest roads or the ability to hike long distances in the backcountry." — Gregory Scruggs, The Seattle Times, 8 May 2023 Did you know? English isn't always easy, but the origin of facilitate is nothing but: the word traces back to the Latin adjective facilis, meaning "easy." Other descendants of facilis in English include facile ("easy to do"), facility ("the quality of being easily performed"), faculty ("ability"), and difficult (from dis- plus facilis, which equals "not easy"). English isn't the only Latin-influenced language that has facilis to thank for "easy" words: the word for "easy" is fácil in both Spanish and Portuguese, and facile in both Italian and French. The way that facilitating something makes it "easy" (or "easier," as it were) can be likened to paving a road to make traveling to one's destination smoother. Similarly, when we say, for example, that applying a healthy layer of mulch around the base of a newly planted tree facilitates robust growth, we mean that it (figuratively) paves the way for, or brings about, the sapling's success.
Many trials have been done to outsource your software development, but it still doesn't go well as expected. Many suggestions are given, and one is to choose a company and aspire for the best or depend on no-code solutions that don't fit your particular needs well. As a result, painful delays, missed deadlines, and a drain on your resources emerge. It seems disheartening, but there is still a solution. And this is what today's episode is all about with the help of our guest, David Pawlan, as he unveils his secrets to arrive at an effective outsourcing implementation. Using his expertise, you can avoid common pitfalls, style your approach, and leverage technology for maximum value. In this episode, we talked about: ● Learn the ins and outs of effective outsourcing of software development. ● Getting to know the reason behind a tailored approach is crucial to outsourcing success. ● Realize the pros and cons of being reliant on no-code solutions. ● Establish essential critical thinking skills for informed business choices. ● Be aware of the importance of technology integration within business strategies. About Guest: At a young age, David Pawlan began to explore the entrepreneurial world, starting from lemonade stands from kindergarten to middle school with duct tape wallet businesses. His inner desire for establishing things opened the way for him to invent a roommate-searching app in high school, and later spread and made known to the world of software outsourcing. Amid setbacks and bad experiences, David showed even more determination to look for a solution to developing successful international working relationships. Now, being a co-founder of Aloa, he provides assistance to clients ranging from solopreneurs to established companies to spot the right development team and to make their ideas useful to life. About Guest Company: Aloa is a platform for outsourcing software development for startups, providing the infrastructure to outsource software seamlessly and its presence brings transparency, accountability, and humanity to the software development economy using a three-pronged approach: The Aloa Partner Network - Connect people to a pool of highly vetted vendors overseas. Aloa Partners are based in South America, Eastern Europe, and India. There's a total of 10 partners thus far, and are vetted from a pool of over 7000 firms overseas. The Aloa Platform - A suite of software tools that streamlines and automates the boring and tedious tasks related to software development search, management, and payment The Aloa Product Strategist - Introduction of an industry expert for every project that will help the client in the following: 1. Find the right software development partner 2. Manage the project from beginning to end 3. Facilitate the interaction between the client and the software development team Guest Contact Information: LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/david-pawlan-aloa Contact Ken: inlink.com/ken email@example.com Text: 314-370-2871 #GetToWork Connect with Us: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/clicksandbrickspodcast/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/clicksandbrickspodcast/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/ClicksBricksPodcast Website: https://clickandbrickspodcast.com