On this episode, we ask the following questions about the Chicago Blackhawks report. We know this is a hard episode to listen to for some people so please listen at your own willingness: People think that yesterday was a "bad day for hockey". Do you agree? (1:00) Why was Stan Bowman allowed to step down? And how weak was his statement? (16:00) Do we think that all the 2010 players still on the team are on the COVID list to avoid Toronto media? (21:00) Does Jonathan Toews deserve more flack than what he's getting? His name has not been mentioned in any reports about knowing. (27:00) Lots of journalists are catching fire for only starting to report on the situation yesterday. Do you think this is fair? Also, shoutout to Rick Westhead and Katie Strang, who we've mentioned numerous times leading up to this episode as well. And Paul Vincent, one of the only internal Chicago execs who spoke out in support of the John Doe. What do we think happens with Cheveldayoff and Quenneville?(42:00) What about Marc Bergevin, who was not named in the report. (51:00) According to the report there were converastions the night they found out but they chose not to do anything as to not distract the team. Also stated that during the time of inaction, Aldrich gave unwanted sexual advances to a Blackhawks' intern. (52:00) Jim Gary, who I believe was shown to be one of the good guys earlier in the case, may be wrong, apparently used naked women, crude jokes and explicit sexual content to get players to engage with him. (Mental skills coach). (54:00) Jeff Marek "If your desire to win the Stanley Cup is more important than protecting a young person trying to find a place in your organization then you should not be employed in this league." (56:00) Danny Wirtz seemed to say a lot of the right things. (56:30) Does this have ripple effects across the league? Looking at Guerin and a coverup he might have been responsible for in Pittsburgh. (57:00) More Quenneville: (1:03:00) Also note: This episode was recorded before Toews and Kane were made available to the media. With that being said, we change our opinions on Toews' responsibility and contribution to the situation. Their answers to the media were overall shameful, dismissive, and wishy-washy about whether they knew or not. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
St. Paul Mayoral candidate Dino Guerin told our Adam Carter that the Chief of Police is retiring early because he doesn't have support from the current mayor. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
What should the approach be to increasing homelessness in Albuquerque? UNM's Paul Guerin is the Director of the Center for Applied Research and Analysis and one of the author's of a definitive study, demonstrating that for vulnerable Albuquerquians, “housing first” … Continue reading →
The NHL is back, and Scott Burnside and Mike McKenna give your their reaction to the action on the ice for episode two of The Suitcase & The Scribe! The Kraken almost gave the Golden Knights a scare in their first game in the National Hockey League, while the Pittsburgh Penguins disrupted Tampa Bay's banner party on the road. They also dove into some of the big names missing around the league and what kind of impact that'll have on a locker room, especially in Ottawa, where Brady Tkachuk is still without a contract. They continued that conversation into how important it is to get players and coaches under a new deal before the season begins to avoid distractions. Later on, in the show, Minnesota Wild General Manager Bill Guerin joined Scott and Mike. They talked about Dean Evason, the dynamics of an NHL locker room, and Team USA.
Ked and Brownie are back and give their predictions as we roll into this season. The boys talk Zibanejad, Guerin and Vegas Fleury drama and have the same zero of the week. Where are three places you'd love to live? Find out ours in the 3 stars of the week. Do you listen to The Morning Skate? Please be sure to leave us a review on iTunes. Every review lets us know how we're doing, how we can continue to make the dbpodcast better and help us land future guests. Be sure to check us out at www.morning-skate.com Follow us on social media! Faceboe ffok: www.facebook.com/morningskate/ Instagram: www.instagram.com/morning_skate Twitter: twitter.com/Morning_Skate
In this episode of The Working Artist Project, Darrian Douglas and Gregory Agid talk to Roland Guerin about songwriting, Allen Toussaint, and how his music is influenced by life experience and mentorship. We also delve into his relationship with Ibanez and how designing a bass represents an embodiment of musical history and forward-thinking. Support this podcast
After a week with big conference meets and invitationals, Colin and Josh Horowitz recap the action from around Indiana, including the showdown of elite teams at the HCC championship on the Brownsburg course. The guys award Guerin boys and North Central girls the teams of the week then get into the three storylines over the last three weeks since their last podcast together. Interested in sponsoring the podcast? Email firstname.lastname@example.org --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Beyond the Game host Damaris Bruce chats with licensed professional sports therapist, Tish Guerin, about the importance of mental health not only in athletes, but society as well – discussing all the elements that are entailed in one’s state of Read More
Intro: Host Michael Rand examines one of the most interesting questions in the fallout of Timberwolves President Gersson Rosas being fired on Wednesday: What happens now in the Wolves' reported pursuit of Ben Simmons? Plus thoughts on Joe Ryan's latest strong outing for the Twins and an interesting Kyle Rudolph quote that sure seems like a shot at Mike Zimmer. 6:00: Wild general manager Bill Guerin joins the podcast after Tuesday's big news that budding star Kirill Kaprizov signed a five-year, $45 million contract. Guerin said he got the best night of sleep in a long time after it happened, and he also explained the process that eventually got the deal to the finish line right before training camp started. 15:00: Star Tribune Wild beat writer Sarah McLellan joins the show for more discussion of the impact of Kaprizov's deal and what to watch for as training camp begins. 29:00: Former Wolves wing Andrew Wiggins -- the centerpiece of Rosas' biggest trade as Wolves President -- reportedly isn't vaccinated and might not be able to play for the Warriors until that happens.
Hard to top this show: Jonny Athletic joins in emergency fashion to react to the Timberwolves firing Gersson Rosas. Lynx Coach/GM Cheryl Reeve joins to talk about the playoffs coming up as well as the Wolves situation. Wild GM Bill Guerin joins to discuss the Kirill Kaprisov contract getting done and the start of Training Camp. Glen Mason and Pat Kessler both make their weekly appearances in-studio and talk plenty of Gophers!
Contemporary/modern urban legends (ULs) are widely circulated, unauthenticated narrative accounts of rare or bizarre events that convey warnings or cautionary advisements (Guerin, 2003, 2004; DiFonzo and Bordia, 2007). Accordingly, ULs typically contain sensational/dramatic content intended to prompt strong emotional reactions within recipients (i.e., horror, shock, revulsion, and humor) (Heath et al., 2001).
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Darren 'Doogie' Wolfson goes through his latest notes on the Wolves, Vikings, and Gophers before getting into conversations. Guests on this episode include Wolves coach Chris Finch (12:40), Wild GM Bill Guerin (28:51), Gophers center and Jets draft selection Chaz Lucius (48:59), Gophers hoops commit Josh Ola-Joseph (56:29), Gophers hoops commit Pharrel Payne (1:02:25), and Twins Director of Player Development Alex Hassan (1:10:00).
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Former rivals Colin Altevogt and Taylor Marshall put their differences aside as current coaches at Carmel to recap week 1b, award Team of the Week honors to the Noblesville girls and Zionsville boys, give early thoughts on just two weeks of racing and talk safety/adjustments to practice in the upcoming extreme weather. All of that plus Colin show excitement over a big Guerin win, the importance of the first name Addison, amazement over Chatard's Lily Cridge, updates on Izaiah Steury's college search and commiseration over Indiana sports fan pain. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
https://coachemwayup.com/about-the-authors/lynn-guerin/When it comes to undefeated teams and national championships none were more dominant than UCLA coached by John Wooden. Considered by coaches to be the greatest coach ever John Wooden left a legacy of excellence and success. There was no doubt that his teams were the best. He played a team game even though he had superstars. No one person was ever bigger than John Wooden's entire team. It was that level of excellence that is legendary. When you hear the word "excellence' does that describe your business? What about success? John Wooden would tell you that excellence and success are both a journey. But how can you get your business there? Well fortunately for us Lynn Guerin who journeyed with Coach Wooden the last 20 years of his life is on this episode of A New Direction to help us. The John Wooden Way for Organizational Excellence is based on Lynn Guerin's book entitled "Coach 'Em Way Up!". It is a close examination on how you can be a better leader, a better teacher, a better coach, a better human being and how it applies to your organization and business. The Organizational Excellence pyramid closely resembles John Woolen's Pyramid of personal excellence. There is no doubt that this book will have a positive effects on you, your business and/or organizational and the people in it. I highly recommend checking out and reading "Coach 'Em Way Up!" Please reach out to our sponsors by supporting their pages and let them know you heard them on A New Direction! EPIC Physical Therapy. Whether you just need some guidance to get in better shape, you have an injury or recent surgery, or you are an elite athlete getting yourself back into the game, the certified experts coupled with the latest start of the art equipment will help you get you where you want to be. EPIC relief. EPIC recovery. EPIC results. That is EPIC Physical Therapy. Head on over to www.EPICpt.com and learn more! and Linda Craft & Team, REALTORS, for 35 years they have helped thousands of people all over the world when it comes to buying and selling real estate. Completely locally owned and unaffiliated Linda and her expert team can help you find the best expert in real estate regardless of what company they work for. Just one more reason why for 35 years they have been known as the “legends of customer service”. Give them a call! Click on over to www.LindaCraft.com
Most leaders don't know what organisational culture is. They know it's the defining factor in performance, but are unsure how to identify or change it, despite the profound impact it has on every single aspect of the organisation. Culture is the rules of belonging. Change those rules and you'll change your culture. Change your culture and you'll change your results. Fiona Robertson is an expert in organisational culture, leadership and teamwork who holds an MBA from London Business School and is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (GAICD) and the Institute of Executive Coaching and Leadership. She is the former Head of Culture for the National Australia Bank, has worked in and consulted to dozens of blue- chip corporates and all levels of government in Australia, and coached numerous senior executives in large and small organisations. Other clients have included the Australian Graduate School of Management (AGSM), ANZ Bank, NCR, Monash College, Swinburne University, RMIT Online and IBM. Fiona is now an independent culture change keynote speaker, facilitator and coach for senior executives. Topics During this interview Fiona and I discuss the following topics: How culture and belonging will help leaders achieve peak performanceHow to drive cultural change in using belonging principlesHow to connect a disconnect between cultural expectations and actionsHow leaders can engage their people to drive cultural changeHow to enable subordinates to bring forward ideas How to manage the differences in interpretation For the complete show notes, be sure to check out our website: https://movingforwardleadership.com/181
Intro: Host Michael Rand goes down a rabbit hole of numbers to determine that the Timberwolves have only reached their preseason Las Vegas victory total three times in 17 seasons since their trip to the Western Conference finals in 2003-04. Do with that information what you will, but it does speak to the disappointment, even relative to expectations, that the team has encountered. Will this season be any different? 7:00: Wild general manager Bill Guerin spoke with members of the media Monday to give his perspective on Kevin Fiala's one-year deal and ongoing negotiations with Kirill Kaprizov. You don't want to get into a poker game with Guerin. 11:00: Gophers football defensive coordinator Joe Rossi joins the show to talk about the upcoming season, key newcomers and his path from Division III football to the Big Ten. 25:00: The Twins had another walk-off win on Monday, this time over Cleveland, and reached a key milestone in the process: Since that dreadful 14-28 start, they have gone 39-38. That's not going to spark any parades, but it should lead to perspective on this season. 28:00: The Lynx have been on a serious roll since their 0-4 start, while the NFL's Raiders are mandating vaccines for fans to attend home games this season.
If America were an NCAA basketball team, we'd be looking at a 0-32 season. Employees are missing crucial shots as job worries spike to levels we haven't seen in years. Our co-workers and communities have split into politically polarized shirts vs. skins, and as a result, we're fouling out and fumbling mission-critical assists. The answer, say authors Lynn Guerin and Jason Lavin, is to unify our teams like legendary UCLA basketball coach John Wooden did. Wooden wasn't only a record-breaking coach who won 38 straight NCAA tournaments and 10 championships in 12 short years. He was a beloved mentor and teacher, and his lessons are more relevant today than ever. Lynn Guerin is CEO of The John R. Wooden Course and president and “Head Coach” of his family-owned coaching, training, and performance development firm, Guerin Marketing Services. For the past 20 years, he has had the unique privilege of partnering with legendary UCLA basketball coach John Wooden and the Wooden family. Topics During this interview Lynn and I discuss the following topics: How the principles of his book will help leaders achieve peak performanceWhat makes a great coachHow leading by example is crucial to successWhy being a teacher is important as a leaderHow to be humble to talk about your failuresHow to create a sustained peak performance For the complete show notes be sure to check out our website: https://movingforwardleadership.com/180
On this week's episode of 10K Rinks Radio, Tony and Joe discuss: The Wild are taking Kevin Fiala to arbitration. What happens then? Are the Wild heading to a divorce with their gamebreaker? Scratching our heads over Guerin lowballing a star player Fiala's inconsistency is a myth What will Fiala get after arbitration? Re-visiting our Kirill Kaprizov contract predictions What centers other than Jack Eichel should Minnesota target? Figuring out what Guerin's summer plans were Will there be a drop-off on the Wild's blue line? Previewing the young players' chances of making the team out of camp Learning something new about Mats Zuccarello's contract And answering mailbag questions! Follow Joe and Tony on Twitter, and check out all the great work at 10KRinks.com! A Zone Coverage Podcast Network Production Follow 10K Rinks: @10KRinks Follow Zone Coverage: @ZoneCoverageMN Subscribe: Libsyn, iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher, SoundCloud, Google Play and iHeart Radio.