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his week @JOURDIN PAULINE joined me for a. quick interview on her new video Priceless reaching 1 million views, Her upcoming performance in Guyana, and being stereotyped for being pretty. Check it out! Stream "Love Songs About Nobody" https://open.spotify.com/artist/0X2qcfuPjJhdWeEo8tuhKk?autoplay=true https://music.apple.com/us/artist/jourdin-pauline/1438780040 ✌
Leo Hathaway, Executive Chairman and Co-Founder of Golden Shield Resources (CSE:GSRI - OTCQB:GSRFF) joins me to recap the final Phase 2 drill results and the start of the Phase 3 drill program at the Marudi Project, in Guyana. The Phase 2 program was more focused on testing the extension of mineralization at depth and laterally at the previously identified Mazoa Hill prospect. There were a couple other targets that were identified that will be tested in the Phase 3 program. This brings in the 3,000 meter drill program that is ongoing currently. I have Leo provide more information on the targets and goals of the program. If you have any follow up questions for Leo please email me at Fleck@kereport.com. Click here to visit the Golden Shield Resources website to read over the recent news releases. Shad and I are attending the upcoming New Orleans Investment Conference on October 12-15. We love to see you there! It's a great way to meet company management and spend some time in New Orleans. Click the link below to register and please let us know if you will be there so we can meet up. Click here to find out more about the conference.
-Critpomonedas al garete, esperando las regulen. -El viejo Walmart entra de lleno al nuevo metaverso. -Filipinas rompe su poderoso sector de juegos online off shore. -Economía de Guyana crecerá 60%; FMI advierte no es suficiente.
VALUE FOR VALUE Thank you to the Bowl After Bowl Episode 192 Executive Producers: harvhat, Test Toker, Boo-Bury, Johnny Pautceed, SeeDubs, HeyCitizen, Boolysteed, New Media, OB, Bayerngiant, Phifer, NetNed, NA Millennial, RevCyberTrucker, coldacid, Carolyn Blaney, John Fletcher Mere Mortals VALUE4VALUE Book Review breaking split records Intro/Outro: Hollow Sun - Punch Deck Bowls With Buds ft. Eric Yakes THIS SUNDAY October 2 at 4:20 PM *LIVE* after No Agenda Ablekraft / Able and the Wolf ON CHAIN, OFF CHAIN, COCAINE, SHITSTAIN TOR Project status / Alby TOP THREE 33 First-time offender jailed for 33 months, fined $3.5M with over 8lbs ganja (Guyana) 33% of US TikTok users say they regularly get their news on the app, up from 22% in 2020 Florida woman charged in Ohio after troopers find 33 pounds of cocaine WHY YOU COUGHING? 33 COVID-related deaths reported in LA County over 3-day period BEHIND THE CURTAIN A dozen WNBA players, Gritney's Russian teammates not playing for Russia this year...except for men International Code Council approves hempcrete for US residential building code DOJ responds to Florida agriculture commissioner's lawsuit World Anti-Doping Agency keeping THC on banned list Students for Sensible Drug Policy and Last Prisoner Project to launch "Keep Your Promise" civil disobedience campaign National Craft Cannabis Coalition made up of six state-level organizations to represent 1,000 small, independent US producers Arkansas Supreme Court rules votes will be counted on the legalization initiative Denver mayor approves changes to pot rules and regulations Illinois regulators being sued over rules blocking conditional marijuana dispensary license holders from taking investments Wichita, Kansas decriminalizes pot, fentanyl test strips Missouri Save Our State PAC opposes legalization initiative Nebraska state officials haven't completed a final review of medical petition signatures, running out the clock on activists' ability to challenge Fostoria, Ohio decriminalizes weed Oklahoma court: weed question won't make November ballot Seattle mayor signs three equity bills into law South Carolina cannabis fight persists in farmer's lawsuit METAL MOMENT This week, Rev CyberTrucker brings us CORN -- I mean, the Interstate 80 Iowa Song by Heywood Banks. FIRST TIME I EVER... Bowlers called in to tell us about the First Time THEY Ever played a video game. Next week, we want to hear about the First Time YOU Ever realized your parents were wrong. FUCK IT, DUDE. LET'S GO BOWLING. Panama launch of futuristic oceanfront home goes sideways Wily seal that cruised to pond surrenders at police station Bargain hunter scores 700-year-old medieval times document Kentucky teacher says snake, mouse fell from classroom ceilings (CLIP) American Airlines fight interrupted by sounds of 'moaning' PA system North Dakota woman charged for bringing raccoon to bar Doctors in Ireland remove 50 AA batteries from woman's stomach Train engineer in Minnesota bites hand of knife-wielding attacker who told him to 'speed up,' then jumps Houston suspect tells fast-food employees it's his first robbery, leaves empty-handed Oklahoma police reunite wolfdog with owner
In our September 2022 Community Chat, and with members of the Caribbean tech community, Samantha Sheoprashad, of Trifinity Solutions in Guyana, and Steven Williams, of Sunisle Technology Solution in Barbados, the panel discusses: gender inequality for women in the Caribbean tech industry; and the potential impact of data privacy in the Caribbean. The episode, show notes and links to some of the things mentioned during the episode can be found on the ICT Pulse Podcast Page (www.ict-pulse.com/category/podcast/) Enjoyed the episode? Do rate the show and leave us a review! Music credit: The Last Word (Oui Ma Chérie), by Andy Narrell Podcast editing support: Mayra Bonilla Lopez ---------------- Also, *Sponsorship Opportunities!* The ICT Pulse Podcast is accepting sponsors! Would you like to partner with us to produce an episode of the podcast, or highlight a product or service to our audience? Do get in touch at email@example.com with “Podcast Sponsorship” as the subject, or via social media @ictpulse, for more details. ------
Join Chris in a sit down with Saida Agostini Bostic, author of Let the Dead In (Alan Squire Publishing), about passions, process, pitfalls, and Poetry! Saida's first collection of poems, let the dead in, was a finalist for the Center of African American Poetry & Poetics' 2020 Book Prize as well as the New Issues Poetry Prize. She is the author of STUNT (Neon Hemlock, October 2020), a chapbook exploring the history of Nellie Jackson, a Black woman entrepreneur who operated a brothel for sixty years in Natchez, Mississippi. Her poetry can also be found in the Black Ladies Brunch Collective's anthology Not Without Our Laughter, Barrelhouse Magazine, Hobart Pulp, Plume, and other publications. A Cave Canem Graduate Fellow, Saida has been awarded honors and support for her work by the Watering Hole and Blue Mountain Center, as well as a 2018 Rubys Grant funding travel to Guyana to support the completion of her first manuscript. She is a Best of the Net Finalist and a two-time Pushcart Prize nominee. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Joining Jeremy and Marisol on this Mission Qualfon Podcast episode is Edward London, one of our Operations Supervisors in Guyana. Edward attributes his growth and development as a supervisor to Qualfon's Leadership Academy. He shares how much he enjoys networking with people from the various countries where Qualfon operates. A mental health advocate, Edward advises supervisors to always be on top of their teams' concerns, a premise of our Care@Work initiative.
This episode of the Amazing Cities and Towns Podcast sponsored by Bearing Advisors, Jim Hunt interviews Leon Andrews, Jr the head of NLC R.E.A.L program. A candid conversation about helping cities fight racism And, much more 7 Steps to an Amazing City: Attitude Motivation Attention to Detail Zing Inclusiveness Neighborhood Empowerment Green Awareness Thanks for listening and look forward to having you join us for the next episode. Links Mentions During Show: equalmeasure.org AmazingCities.org AmazingCities.org/podcast to be a guest on the podcast About Leon Andrews, JR. Leon T. Andrews, Jr. brings to Equal Measure more than 25 years of policy, management, and leadership experience, most recently as the inaugural leader of the National League of Cities' Race, Equity, And Leadership (REAL), which started as a CEO initiative and became a department within the organization. As the founder of REAL, Leon led NLC's strategy to help its members respond to racial tensions in their communities and address the historical, institutional, and systemic barriers that further inequity and racism in our nation's cities. During his time at NLC, where he also served as program director and senior fellow for NLC's Institute for Youth, Education & Families, Leon raised and managed over $25 million from foundations and corporate partners and provided direction to city officials and community leaders around the country on strategies for health and wellness, youth and workforce development, education reform, and civic engagement. Prior to his tenure at the National League of Cities, Leon completed a research fellowship at the Forum for Youth Investment. He has also worked with the United States Department of Justice, United States Senator Barbara A. Mikulski, the United States Public Interest Research Group, the Allegheny County Department of Human Services, YouthBuild Pittsburgh, the Development Corporation of Columbia Heights, PricewaterhouseCoopers, and as an adjunct professor in the Department of Political Science at Eastern Michigan University. He has served as Board Chair for the National Recreation and Parks Association and ChangeLab Solutions. Along with his significant professional accomplishments, Leon brings to Equal Measure a compelling personal story that serves as the foundation for his lifelong focus on racial equity and community impact. He is a first-generation American whose grandmother, mother, and father moved to the U.S. from Guyana in the 1960s. Growing up in Washington, D.C., he developed a passion for football, playing the violin, and attended Howard University. He attributes those formative years, along with his time at Howard, to shaping his passion for building and sustaining communities. He lives with his wife, Dr. Kristine Andrews, and their three daughters in his childhood home. About Your Host, Jim Hunt: Welcome to the “Building Amazing Cities and Towns Podcast” … The podcast for Mayors, Council Members, Managers, Staff and anyone who is interested in building an Amazing City. Your host is Jim Hunt, the author of “Bottom Line Green, How American Cities are Saving the Planet and Money Too” and his latest book, “The Amazing City - 7 Steps to Creating an Amazing City” Jim is also the former President of the National League of Cities, 27 year Mayor, Council Member and 2006 Municipal Leader of the Year by American City and County Magazine. Today, Jim speaks to 1000's of local government officials each year in the US and abroad. Jim also consults with businesses that are bringing technology and innovation to local government. Amazing City Resources: Buy Jim's Popular Books: The Amazing City: 7 Steps to Creating an Amazing City: https://www.amazingcities.org/product-page/the-amazing-city-7-steps-to-creating-an-amazing-city Bottom Line Green: How America's Cities and Saving the Planet (And Money Too) https://www.amazingcities.org/product-page/bottom-line-green-how-america-s-cities-are-saving-the-planet-and-money-too FREE White Paper: “10 Steps to Revitalize Your Downtown” AmazingCities.org/10-Steps Hire Jim to Speak at Your Next Event: Tell us about your event and see if dates are available at AmazingCities.org/Speaking Hire Jim to Consult with Your City or Town: Discover more details at https://www.amazingcities.org/consulting Discuss Your Business Opportunity/Product to Help Amazing Cities: Complete the form at https://www.amazingcities.org/business-development A Special Thanks to Bearing Advisors for the support of this podcast: www.BearingAdvisors.Net
Devotional-Guest Speaker Rev Ivan Williams of Georgetown, Guyana speaks on: Despite God's confession of His love for Israel, she persisted sinning against Him. Hence, they were condemned to Assyrian captivity. Lessons to learn!
G2 Goldfields Inc. is a Canada-based resource exploration company. The Company is focused on the discovery of gold deposits in the Guiana Shield. The Company operates primarily in Guyana, where the Company owns a 100% interest in two past gold-producing mines, as well as a regional portfolio of prospective projects. The Company's projects include Oko Aremu and Puruni. The projects are located at the southern end of the Cuyuni Basin and host high-grade Orogenic Gold mineralization within the Cuyuni Basin Sediments and the underlying Barama volcanics. The Aremu Oko District covers a strike length of approximately 17 kilometers. Its Aremu/Oko and Jubilee/Peters Mine properties consist of approximately 37,068 acres and are in the Cuyuni-Mazarumi region of north-central Guyana in the Guiana Shield.
Gustavo Petro vant presidentvalget i sommer med knapp margin og ble med dette landets første venstreorienterte president i landets moderne historie. Valgseieren hans ble lagt merke til verden rundt og mange følger spent med på hvilken politikk den nyvalgte president får gjennomført i Sør-Amerikas nest største land. Henrik Wiig, forsker ved By- og regionsforskningsinstituttet NIBR, kjenner Colombia godt og har flere forsknings- og studieopphold i landet i bagasjen. I denne episoden av podden gir forskeren oss innblikk i: ✔️ valgseieren til Petro og hvilke velgergrupper vippet valget ✔️ landrettigheter og territorier hvor staten mangler kontroll ✔️ statusen for kampen mot dyrking narkotika og utsikter til utvikling av nye økonomiske kilder, som fornybar energi ✔️ tiltak mot avskoging i Amazonas Henrik har sammen med kolleger ved NIBR fått tilslag på en stor NORAD-evaluering av Klima og Skogsatsningen i Colombia, Peru, Brazil og Guyana. Programverten for denne episoden er Jeff Lugowe.
Glenn Miller was born in Georgetown, Guyana in South America, was educated at Christ Church Secondary School and attended Queen's College in his homeland. He then came to realize his dreams in the United States. After becoming an Assistant Vice President at Manufacturers Hanover Trust, he began as an intern at Double XXposure and later became Vice President of Operations, under the tutelage and guidance of the company's President and Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Angelo Elllerbee. While at the company for 7 1/2 years, Glenn provided public relations services for celebrities such as: Dionne Warwick, Mary J. Blige, Alicia Keys, DMX, Dru Hill, Shabba Ranks, Big Daddy Kane and other multi platinum artists. He was the innovator of Funk Night at Café Wha?, the legendary music club in Greenwich Village that was frequented by Chaka Khan, Nona Hendrix, Cheryl "Pepsii'' Riley and others, as well as the creator of the famous Open Mic showcase at the Village Underground where Tommy Mattola, Mariah Carey, Ashford & Simpson, Stephanie Mills, Carl Thomas, Danny DeVito and other artists frequented. Some of the corporate clients he worked with were: the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation, The Goodwill Games. The Literacy Crusade, ASCAP and Rough Riders/Cash Money Tour. Glenn created his company Kudegras Entertainment to continue his PR work which came in handy as he began losing his eyesight, until 2001, when he became visually disabled. Not letting that stop him, Glenn with assistance, began singing and performing poetry at events, constantly challenging himself. He also had taken a stand to help the underserved, downtrodden, those who were outcast and those looked down upon despite his own challenges. But his biggest joy was bringing people together, making them happy through food, drink, music, and great conversations. It made him happy to provide guests with his and their favorite dishes. Glenn was a playful, thoughtful, honest, giving, inspiring, gay, Black blind man, who ironically saw more than those who could see. He loved living life and bringing people together, taking immense pleasure in their joy. His former boss, Mr. Ellerbee described him as “phenomenal, a diamond among gems, whose contributions were worldly.” Glenn Miller passed on August 15, 2021, although his legacy lives on in the hearts and minds of those he touched. His life and mind were very impactful and dearly missed. Final edits by David Martin --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ozzie-stewart/support
Golden Shield Executive Chairman Leo Hathaway joined Steve Darling from Proactive to share news the company has stated a Phase III drill program at the Marudi Mountain property in Guyana. Hathaway telling Proactive the crews have been instructed to target the extension of mineralization at the Mazoa Hill Deposit and the drilling of new exploration targets. Those targets are called Throne and July. The company is also planning an IP survey and trenching, mapping, and sampling as well. #proactiveinvestors #CSE #GSRI #Gold
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Jonestown fue el nombre informal del Proyecto agrícola del Templo del Pueblo, una comunidad religiosa al noroeste de la República Cooperativa de Guyana, Jonestown estaba conformado por el Templo del Pueblo, una secta estadounidense apocalíptica liderada por Jim Jones (1931-1978). El 18 de noviembre de 1978, personal de la comunidad asesinó a 5 personas (entre ellos, un congresista de Estados Unidos) mientras que 918 de los miembros se suicidaron.
In this episode Dr. Jesse Benjamin returns to the podcast. Like our previous conversation with Jesse we're connecting to talk about a recently released book by Walter Rodney, in this case it's Decolonial Marxism: Essays From The Pan-African Revolution, which is a previously unpublished collection of Rodney's essays on race, colonialism and Marxism. Jesse Benjamin is a scholar, activist, publisher, and board member for the Walter Rodney Foundation, and he is the co-editor of Decolonial Marxism. We talk about how Decolonial Marxism showcases Rodney's range as a theorist and a thinker, as an educator, and as an activist. This collection of essays across a range of topics really provides practical examples of what we think Rodney meant by the term “guerilla intellectual.” It also gives us a glimpse of how Rodney assessed some of the movements and key theorists and leaders of his lifetime, particularly with respect to anticolonial nationalists and socialists on the African continent. Jesse Benjamin offers insights into how he reads Rodney's work in these pieces with respect to pedagogy and epistemology. We also talk about the title Decolonial Marxism and how Rodney takes up the questions of the relevance of Marxism to African peoples and other peoples of the so-called Third World. Jesse also talks about the significance of many of Rodney's interventions in a range of areas and approaches that are really groundbreaking or, at the very least, would've been quite cutting edge during Rodney's lifetime. And all of us marvel at how relevant and insightful Rodney's contributions remain decades after his assassination. We strongly recommend the book for anyone who appreciates Walter Rodney's work and if you're not familiar with Rodney's work it's really essential stuff and we highly recommend it. Verso Books has published this text and they also have editions of 3 other Rodney books all of which are authorized by the Walter Rodney Foundation and Rodney's family. And everything is 40% off over there at Verso for the rest of September. Make sure you get connected with the Walter Rodney Foundation every year they host a Walter Rodney Symposium which is an amazing event. And if you like what we do here we hope you will consider joining up with all of our wonderful patrons in supporting the show. We currently have a drive to add 25 new patrons this month. We only need 10 more to hit our goal for this month, so head on over to patreon.com/millennialsarekillingcapitalism and become a patron if you can spare $1 a month or more. Also while you're there we currently have a poll to determine our next study group book, so make sure you vote on that and be on the look out for updates because we will be reconvening our study group in October. Our previous conversations that deal most directly with Walter Rodney's work and life (from most recent to oldest): “Almost As If Their Spirits Are Still There” - David Austin on The 1968 Congress of Black Writers "Our Enemies Know the Power of Books" - Louis Allday and Liberated Texts "The Wealth of Europe is the (Stolen) Wealth of Africa" with Devyn Springer Walter Rodney's Russian Revolution - A View From The Third World with Dr Jesse Benjamin Devyn Springer Discusses Walter Rodney
DAY 2: Scott Furrow speaks with Tom Lewis of Cross International an organization that gives vulnerable children life saving resources like food, spiritual development, and education to help them thrive in countries like Guatemala, Haiti, Nicaragua, Ecuador, Guyana, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Zambia, Malawi, and Uganda.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Scott Furrow speaks with Tom Lewis of Cross International an organization that gives vulnerable children life saving resources like food, spiritual development, and education to help them thrive in countries like Guatemala, Haiti, Nicaragua, Ecuador, Guyana, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Zambia, Malawi, and Uganda.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Last year, VICE News Correspondent Isobel Yeung went undercover to understand how international business deals were being brokered in Guyana. This small country in South America has one of the fastest growing economies in the world right now. Newly discovered natural resources have attracted a lot of foreign investment from China and the U.S., placing Guyana in the middle of a tug-of war for soft power in the region. Recently, infrastructure contracts - roads, bridges, and a hydroelectric power plant - have been awarded to Chinese companies. In this episode of VICE News Reports, Yeung digs into how business is done in Guyana and uncovers allegations of corruption that reach far into the country's highest levels. This episode was produced by Steph Brown and edited by Ashley Cleek and Stephanie Kariuki. Special thanks to Belle Cushing, Daniel Vergara, Jika Gonzalez, Craig Thomson and Karishma Vyas. VICE News Reports is produced by Sophie Kazis, Jen Kinney, and Adriana Tapia. Our senior producers are Jesse Alejandro Cottrell, Julia Nutter and Sam Greenspan. Our supervising producer is Ashley Cleek. Our associate producers are Steph Brown, Sam Eagan, and Adreanna Rodriguez. Sound design and music composition by Steve Bone, Evan Sutton, Pran Bandi, and Kyle Murdock. Mixing by Evan Sutton. Our Executive Producers are Adizah Eghan and Stephanie Kariuki.For VICE Audio, Annie Avilés is our Executive Editor and Janet Lee is our Senior Production Manager. Fact Checking by Nicole Pasulka. Translations by Summer Long. Our theme music is by Steve Bone. Our host is Arielle Duhaime-Ross. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Golden Shield Resources Executive Chair Leo Hathaway joined Steve Darling from Proactive to share results from the company's Phase Two drill program and trenching program at the results at the Marudi Mountain gold project in Guyana. Hathaway telling Proactive the company saw two new areas of gold host rock QMC identified which are both larger than Mazoa Hill. The holes included a step out hole of 10 m grading 2.68 g/t Au, including 3 m at 5.12 g/t Au. Hathaway also said the trenching program was focused on two areas, the new prospects of Throne and July. The company says they will be doing more exploration in those areas. Golden Shield is planning to commence drilling in mid-September and continue until the Christmas break. #proactiveinvestors #CSE #GSRI #Gold
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3 aces is one of the fastest growing financial influencers on Twitter. He regularly co-hosts Twitter spaces with some of the most popular voices on Financial Twitter like Doomberg and Anas Alhaaji. He previously spent 10 years on Wall Street. During the Great Financial Crisis, when it seemed like the financial world was ending, he quit his job and moved to Africa to mine the rare earth minerals used to make electric vehicle batteries. He has spent the last 14 years as the CEO of six different mining companies. His most recent project is the head of a gold mining company in Guyana.As we discussed, natural resources rule the world. One of the reasons the United States has been the most powerful country in the world over the last 80 years is that oil is bought and sold using US dollars, which gives us a lot of power over oil markets. China controls the production of rare earth metals, which are becoming the new oil. The balance of power is quickly tipping away from US and towards China. Rare earth metals are just one of the tools that the Chinese government is using to dominate the global economy. But you can have an immediate impact by buying fewer products that are made in China. US products are higher quality anyways, and buying local benefits our economy. It also makes sense to invest in companies that operate in America. You can earn a great return while benefiting your local community. This is the way. Find us at mainstreetinsiders.comFind 3 Aces on Twitter @real3aces
On this week's Cricket… Only Bettor Ed Hawkins, Sam Collins, Paul Krishnamurty and Richard Mann preview Tallawahs v Kings & Trinbago v Guyana in the CPL plus best ways to play the tournament. There's brilliant analysis on India v Australia and Pakistan v England in T20s, a special treble wager and the Best Bets. Read the latest insights and tips on cricket at https://betting.betfair.com/cricket/ 18+ Please Gamble Responsibly. Visit www.begambleaware.org Place a £20 bet in your first bet on the Exchange and if it loses we'll refund you £20 in Cash: promos.betfair.com/sport
Alex Boylan is the Creator, Executive Producer and Host of The College Tour TV Series. The College Tour is a TV series brought to you by multi-award winning producers. The series tells the story of colleges and universities around the world. Each episode of The College Tour focuses on a single college or university. From campus life, academics, housing, sports, activities, and much more… each student driven segment will give young people an inside look at what it's truly like being a student at the featured college or university. A truly one-of-a-kind series featuring colleges and universities in a way they have never been seen before! Watch on Amazon Prime or https://www.thecollegetour.com/ (www.thecollegetour.com) After winning CBS's The Amazing Race at 23 years old, Alex has gone on to have an amazing career both in front and behind the camera. Above all else, Alex is an adventurer, traveler, and storyteller. He has filmed in every state in America and over 60 countries around the world. He hosted two number #1 shows on PBS 'At The Chef's Table' and 'Animal Attractions', was CBS's 'National Ambassador' for two summers on the 'CBS Buzz Tour', hosted over 100 segments for Travel Channel, was Rachael Ray's sidekick hosting 'Rach to the Rescue' for her syndicated talk show and circumnavigated the world without a penny in his pocket on 'Around The World For Free'. Alex ran the field team for The Steve Harvey Show and was a Supervising Producer on World's Toughest Race. Currently Alex is the Executive Producer and Host of The College Tour. Production Experience: Alex has produced and hosted shows in every state in America and around the world including the following countries: Antigua and Barbuda, Argentina, Australia, Austria, Bahamas, Barbados, Botswana, Brazil, British Virgin Islands, Cambodia, Canada, Chile, Dominica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Ethiopia, Fiji, France, Germany, Guyana, Haiti, Hungary, India, Japan, Kenya, Laos, Mexico, Namibia, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Panama, Peru, Philippines, Puerto Rico, Romania, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sri Lanka, Tanzania, Thailand, Trinidad and Tobago, United Kingdom, US Virgin Islands, Venezuela, Vietnam, Zambia, Zimbabwe. Partial 'TV' Client List: CBS, CBS Interactive, PBS, Travel Channel, Outside TV, Amazon, iTunes, Lonely Planet, The Rachael Ray Show, The Steve Harvey Show, VH1, Daily Blast Live, Home and Family. Partial 'Brand Client List: AT&T, American Airlines, TOMS, Nitro Circus, Lance Bass's Dirty Pop, World Vision, Visit Norway, Lucky Buddha Beer, Safe Auto, The Tourism Authority of Thailand, Rio Olympics, The Clymb, Puerto Vallarta Tourism, Sony, Kings Hawaiian, PacSafe. Awards: He is an Emmy Nominated Producer, Webby Award Winner, and Adrian Award Winner. Website https://www.thecollegetour.com/ (www.thecollegetour.com) Social Media Information www.instagram.com/boylanalex www.linkedin.com/in/alexanderboylan Show Sponsor The National Association for Primary Education speaks for young children and all who live and work with them. Get a FREE e-copy of their professional journal at https://nape.org.uk/journal (nape.org.uk/journal)
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Caribbean-based customer experience provider itel has agreed a two-year contract worth almost three quarters of a million Euros for enterprise communications company DigitalWell to upgrade its customer service systems. This more robust employee centric platform utilising AI tools like gamification will increase retention, engagement, and ultimately customer satisfaction. DigitalWell will deploy Centrical's employee success platform that blends artificial intelligence and advanced gamification with personalised micro-learning, real-time employee performance management, as well as adaptive coaching tools and well-being strategies. DigitalWell will also provide continual support to itel with an ongoing managed services contract. The improvements will support itel's continued expansion throughout the Americas and beyond. “With growing expectations of employees and customers, it is essential to invest in your frontline employees and put them at the centre of your business,” says Yoni Epstein, founding chairman and CEO, itel. “Following successful office expansion and recruitment in Jamaica, St Lucia, Honduras, and Guyana, we want to nurture a culture of retention and make sure our new hires and current employees are happy, stimulated, and with us for the long term. Working with people-first companies like DigitalWell and Centrical enables itel to provide the highest standard of employee engagement, which correlates to delivering optimal customer service, enabling itel to meet our business objectives and grow.” Ross Murray, CEO, DigitalWell explains, “It quickly became clear that the itel team sought to embrace a people-first organisational culture like ours. We counselled them on proven best-in-class empathy-based systems designed to nurture and reinforce that holistic approach. Centrical was a natural partner for the solution because not only can it meet their current staff retention objectives, but can easily scale as their business grows globally. In the short term, we will reduce itel's recruitment and retention costs, decreasing their time to revenue. It's a wonderful win with a mutually beneficial relationship that also supports our own ongoing international expansion.” DigitalWell's solution and managed service contract along with Centrical will serve itel's 7,000 personnel across all its offices throughout the Caribbean, with the view to grow beyond this region. “When each employee is trained through personalised micro-learning, supported through a standardised and actionable coaching approach, and empowered to grow both personally and professionally is when we can maximise organisational performance and productivity,” says Madeleine Freind, vice president Customer Success, Centrical. “The performance derived from the AI-driven personalised career journeys guarantees every itel customer will receive the best in industry experience from motivated, passionate, and proactive service staff.” This marks DigitalWell's first win in the Caribbean and South America, consolidating its customer base in the Americas alongside other brands such as AirBnB, HSBC and Liberty Insurance. See more stories here.
Caribbean-based customer experience provider itel has agreed a two-year contract worth almost three quarters of a million Euros for enterprise communications company DigitalWell to upgrade its customer service systems. This more robust employee centric platform utilising AI tools like gamification will increase retention, engagement, and ultimately customer satisfaction. DigitalWell will deploy Centrical's employee success platform that blends artificial intelligence and advanced gamification with personalised micro-learning, real-time employee performance management, as well as adaptive coaching tools and well-being strategies. DigitalWell will also provide continual support to itel with an ongoing managed services contract. The improvements will support itel's continued expansion throughout the Americas and beyond. “With growing expectations of employees and customers, it is essential to invest in your frontline employees and put them at the centre of your business,” says Yoni Epstein, founding chairman and CEO, itel. “Following successful office expansion and recruitment in Jamaica, St Lucia, Honduras, and Guyana, we want to nurture a culture of retention and make sure our new hires and current employees are happy, stimulated, and with us for the long term. Working with people-first companies like DigitalWell and Centrical enables itel to provide the highest standard of employee engagement, which correlates to delivering optimal customer service, enabling itel to meet our business objectives and grow.” Ross Murray, CEO, DigitalWell explains, “It quickly became clear that the itel team sought to embrace a people-first organisational culture like ours. We counselled them on proven best-in-class empathy-based systems designed to nurture and reinforce that holistic approach. Centrical was a natural partner for the solution because not only can it meet their current staff retention objectives, but can easily scale as their business grows globally. In the short term, we will reduce itel's recruitment and retention costs, decreasing their time to revenue. It's a wonderful win with a mutually beneficial relationship that also supports our own ongoing international expansion.” DigitalWell's solution and managed service contract along with Centrical will serve itel's 7,000 personnel across all its offices throughout the Caribbean, with the view to grow beyond this region. “When each employee is trained through personalised micro-learning, supported through a standardised and actionable coaching approach, and empowered to grow both personally and professionally is when we can maximise organisational performance and productivity,” says Madeleine Freind, vice president Customer Success, Centrical. “The performance derived from the AI-driven personalised career journeys guarantees every itel customer will receive the best in industry experience from motivated, passionate, and proactive service staff.” This marks DigitalWell's first win in the Caribbean and South America, consolidating its customer base in the Americas alongside other brands such as AirBnB, HSBC and Liberty Insurance. See more stories here. More about Irish Tech News Irish Tech News are Ireland's No. 1 Online Tech Publication and often Ireland's No.1 Tech Podcast too. You can find hundreds of fantastic previous episodes and subscribe using whatever platform you like via our Anchor.fm page here: If you'd like to be featured in an upcoming Podcast email us at Simon@IrishTechNews.ie now to discuss. Irish Tech News have a range of services available to help promote your business. Why not drop us a line at Info@IrishTechNews.ie now to find out more about how we can help you reach our audience. You can also find and follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram, TikTok and Snapchat.
Season 5 kicks off with the first installment of our Jim Jones psychological deep dive. In this part we discuss Lynetta and James Jones, the parents of Jim Jones, most famous for his mass murder of his followers in Guyana. We begin in Crete Indiana with a discussion of events and personality observations that create a psychological picture of Jim Jones' parents and their possible influence on how Jim Jones' personality was influenced. Throughout this series, take a moment to consider how these influences played out in his life time and in his actions. Website: https://www.terrortalkpodcast.com Community Membership: https://www.patreon.com/terrortalk Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/terrortalkpodcast/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/TalkTerror/ Music by Mannequin Uprising --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/terrortalk/message
Some mission experts estimate that up to 90% of young people who consider missions cease to pursue it because of various fears and obstacles, including the fear of fundraising. Some workers view fundraising as a rite of passage or as an obstacle to overcome. Others understand God’s purposes to include each follower of Jesus in His worldwide kingdom work through going, serving, sending, praying, encouraging, and giving.
Good Fire Podcast by Amy Cardinal Christianson and Matthew KristoffStories of Indigenous fire stewardship, cultural and social empowerment, and environmental integrityGood Fire In Guyana with Kayla de Freitas and Nicholas CyrilEpisode highlightIn this episode, Kayla and Nicholas talk about the cultural burning practices in Guyana.ResourcesSRDCKayla De-FreitasSponsorsThe Canadian Partnership for Wildland Fire ScienceSupport from:● California Indian Water Commission● Firesticks Alliance Indigenous CorporationQuotes41.54 - 42.04: “So much of that knowledge about fire and fire use and farming, hunting, is learned by doing and by living there and living that life.”TakeawaysFire since time immemorial (04.02)Nicholas has worked for 10 years at SRDC as a part-time researcher. He explains that fire in his territory has always been used and continues to be used for various reasons. The changing face of fire (10.55)Kayla's research focus is the changing practices of Indigenous fire management and local fire governance.Timeless wisdom, current realities (13.17)Kayla describes who was interviewed for her research study and the regional fire management plan. Indigenous land rights (17.17)Nicholas notes that Indigenous peoples are allowed to burn in the villages. Kayla adds that Indigenous communities can make their own rules concerning resource governance. Towards the creation of a fire policy (19.35)The Indigenous communities in South Rupununi are working to create a local fire policy appropriate to their landscape. Burning season (23.46)Kayla highlights the seasonal fire calendar that the district council uses and a collection of interview responses on putting fire on the landscape. Beyond fire (25.53)Kayla shares how enriching it has been to work with Indigenous communities alongside Nicholas, learning about the landscape, experiencing hospitality and developing connections. Bringing fire back (33.46)Nicholas mentions how management of fire is changing in the communities to a direct style where the council makes decisions for the community. Valuing Indigenous knowledge (35.52)Nicholas speaks about how people are moving away from the traditional way of life. Kayla comments on how Indigenous knowledge was erased by settlers, but is being reclaimed. Following in the ancestor's footsteps (41.40)Nicholas delineates the process of a burn, when traditional knowledge is relied upon. Kayla laments that the government only pays lip service to Indigenous knowledge and practices. The sum of the parts (49.44)Kayla narrates how fire management plans are being updated in consultation with Indigenous groups, and how opt-in arrangements work for their lands. Looking ahead (54.25)Nicholas says the Indigenous communities are mindful of burning in the right seasons and work with nature's cycles. He describes how burning assists animals in breeding. Preventing brain drain (1.04.57)Kayla mentions that the SRDC is creating opportunities for trained Guyanese people to stay in the country and serve the community. Nicholas' work with SRDC is inspired by the desire to keep Indigenous knowledge alive and affirm Indigenous land rights.
This session will share answers on how to select a mission agency. Each person who attends will receive a card when they enter the room. The moderator, John McVay, will group and select questions, direct them to appropriate panelists, and receive questions from the floor. Probable topics discussed from questions expected are: agency focus, doctrine, finances, services, leadership, locations, compatibility.