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TED Talks Daily (SD video)
Don't call people out -- call them in | Loretta J. Ross

TED Talks Daily (SD video)

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2021 14:14


We live in a call-out culture, says activist and scholar Loretta J. Ross. You're probably familiar with it: the public shaming and blaming, on social media and in real life, of people who may have done wrong and are being held accountable. In this bold, actionable talk, Ross gives us a toolkit for starting productive conversations instead of fights -- what she calls a "call-in culture" -- and shares strategies that help challenge wrongdoing while still creating space for growth, forgiveness and maybe even an unexpected friend. "Fighting hate should be fun," Ross says. "It's being a hater that sucks."

TED Talks Daily (HD video)
Don't call people out -- call them in | Loretta J. Ross

TED Talks Daily (HD video)

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2021 14:14


We live in a call-out culture, says activist and scholar Loretta J. Ross. You're probably familiar with it: the public shaming and blaming, on social media and in real life, of people who may have done wrong and are being held accountable. In this bold, actionable talk, Ross gives us a toolkit for starting productive conversations instead of fights -- what she calls a "call-in culture" -- and shares strategies that help challenge wrongdoing while still creating space for growth, forgiveness and maybe even an unexpected friend. "Fighting hate should be fun," Ross says. "It's being a hater that sucks."

TED Talks Daily
Don't call people out -- call them in | Loretta J. Ross

TED Talks Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2021 14:14


We live in a call-out culture, says activist and scholar Loretta J. Ross. You're probably familiar with it: the public shaming and blaming, on social media and in real life, of people who may have done wrong and are being held accountable. In this bold, actionable talk, Ross gives us a toolkit for starting productive conversations instead of fights -- what she calls a "call-in culture" -- and shares strategies that help challenge wrongdoing while still creating space for growth, forgiveness and maybe even an unexpected friend. "Fighting hate should be fun," Ross says. "It's being a hater that sucks."

TED Talks News and Politics
Don't call people out -- call them in | Loretta J. Ross

TED Talks News and Politics

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2021 14:14


We live in a call-out culture, says activist and scholar Loretta J. Ross. You're probably familiar with it: the public shaming and blaming, on social media and in real life, of people who may have done wrong and are being held accountable. In this bold, actionable talk, Ross gives us a toolkit for starting productive conversations instead of fights -- what she calls a "call-in culture" -- and shares strategies that help challenge wrongdoing while still creating space for growth, forgiveness and maybe even an unexpected friend. "Fighting hate should be fun," Ross says. "It's being a hater that sucks."

Grant Napear & Doug Christie
6/28/21 - Jason Ross and Doug Christie - Hour 2

Grant Napear & Doug Christie

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2021 47:53


Do the Clippers win to extend the Western Conference Finals tonight or are the Suns on their way to the Finals, listen as J Ross and DC give you their thoughts on the two Conference Finals matchups, speak about the "Bay Bridge" series over the weekend as well allow DC to explain what happen to his Mariners pitcher Hector Santiago who was ejected due to him allegedly using a substance to pitch versus the White Sox.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Grant Napear & Doug Christie
6/25/21 - Jason Ross and Doug Christie - Hour 1

Grant Napear & Doug Christie

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2021 47:35


It's a Friday edition of the Jason Ross and Doug Christie Show and J Ross is flying solo as DC is off for the day. Listen as Jason kicks off the show with a discussion with San Francisco Giants announcer Dave Flemming about the upcoming "Bay Bridge" series between the A's and Giants. Listen as Dave speaks about the Giants unforeseen play this year and how they have managed to have the best record in the majors. Plus Jason speaks about the Clippers finally getting in the win column in the Western Conference Finals.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Authors Unite Show
Mandy J Ross: Creating Your Dream Life

The Authors Unite Show

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 30, 2021 59:17


Timothy Timberlake joins us on The Authors Unite Show! This episode is brought to you by Authors Unite. Authors Unite provides you with all the resources you need to become a successful author. You can learn more about Authors Unite here: https://authorsunite.com/​​​​​​​ Thank you for listening to The Authors Unite Show! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/authorsunite/support

Grant Napear & Doug Christie
2/19/21 - Jason Ross and Doug Christie - Hour 1

Grant Napear & Doug Christie

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 20, 2021 48:11


The Kings took the loss against the Miami Heat last night ending the 5 game home streak that concluded with 5 losses. Listen to JRoss and DC speak about the home stand fails and the loss against the Heat.   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Grant Napear & Doug Christie
2/16/21 - Jason Ross and Doug Christie - Hour 2

Grant Napear & Doug Christie

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 17, 2021 47:33


Tuesday means 'Trouble or no trouble" DC's favorite segment of the week. Hear DC and JRoss give you some sports situations they feel may be in trouble including, Utah being the best team in the NBA and the NBA still moving forward with NBA All Star Weekend festivities. Plus a few situations they think are steering clear of trouble, including the 49ers pursuit of JJ Watt and preferring Sacramento summers over East Coast winters.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Grant Napear & Doug Christie
2/10/21 - Jason Ross and Doug Christie - Hour 2

Grant Napear & Doug Christie

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 11, 2021 47:49


It's not Tuesday but the boys conduct a special "Trouble or no trouble"  in a special edition on the a Wednesday. Hear DC, Jay and Chris jump on JRoss due to his sneaky ways and the Crossover question from last night as well they show gives their Rock and Roll Hall of Fame picks this year.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Grant Napear & Doug Christie
2/9/21 - Jason Ross and Doug Christie - Hour 3

Grant Napear & Doug Christie

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 10, 2021 25:01


In the shortened third hour of the show due to the Kings game, DC and JRoss run through "five on it" topics and talk Howard University cancelling the rest of their basketball season as well as tackle the Patrick Peterson, Arizona Cardinal situation.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Well, That Went Sideways!
Introducing: Dred Feminist with Loretta J Ross

Well, That Went Sideways!

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 5, 2021 54:03


The Sideways Pod team is excited to introduce a new podcast that we helped to launch by one of the most inspiring guests we've interviewed. In our first episode, we had the honor of interviewing Loretta J Ross.  She has launched a new podcast called Dred Feminist with Loretta J. Ross, and we'd like you to check out her first episode that discusses the events that took place at the capitol on January 6th.  We hope you'll follow Dred Feminist with Loretta J. Ross as it launches, and we appreciate Ross for her critical contribution toward ending oppression in all of its forms. (Be advised of the use of explicit language in this episode, which is the only way to adequately convey the emotions tied to these events.)"   

NoCo FM Network
FH S4E7: Calling Each Other In with Loretta J. Ross

NoCo FM Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 28, 2021 54:40


It's not every day you get to interview a woman who has inspired you for decades. In this episode, I had the privilege of speaking with feminist icon Loretta J. Ross, activist, writer, and scholar, and a critical voice who has helped shape many aspects of the Women's Movement and the ongoing struggle for human rights worldwide. Over the course of her career, she has worked to center Black women and girls in conversations about sexual and gender-based violence, sterilization abuse, violent extremism, and reproductive justice (a framework she co-created). Her more recent work focuses on helping activists hone the skills they need to hold each other accountable without undermining their humanity—an approach she refers to as "calling in," an alternative to "calling out." For anyone who needs a beautiful reminder of the benefits of treating each other more gently, this episode is for you. Stuff We Talked About on This Episode https://lorettajross.com (Loretta J. Ross) "https://www.nytimes.com/2020/11/19/style/loretta-ross-smith-college-cancel-culture.html (What if Instead of Calling People Out, We Called Them In?)" "https://www.tolerance.org/magazine/spring-2019/speaking-up-without-tearing-down (Speaking Up Without Tearing Down)" Support this podcast

Feminist Hotdog
FH S4E7: Calling Each Other In with Loretta J. Ross

Feminist Hotdog

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 28, 2021 54:40


It's not every day you get to interview a woman who has inspired you for decades. In this episode, I had the privilege of speaking with feminist icon Loretta J. Ross, activist, writer, and scholar, and a critical voice who has helped shape many aspects of the Women's Movement and the ongoing struggle for human rights worldwide. Over the course of her career, she has worked to center Black women and girls in conversations about sexual and gender-based violence, sterilization abuse, violent extremism, and reproductive justice (a framework she co-created). Her more recent work focuses on helping activists hone the skills they need to hold each other accountable without undermining their humanity—an approach she refers to as "calling in," an alternative to "calling out." For anyone who needs a beautiful reminder of the benefits of treating each other more gently, this episode is for you. Stuff We Talked About on This Episode https://lorettajross.com (Loretta J. Ross) "https://www.nytimes.com/2020/11/19/style/loretta-ross-smith-college-cancel-culture.html (What if Instead of Calling People Out, We Called Them In?)" "https://www.tolerance.org/magazine/spring-2019/speaking-up-without-tearing-down (Speaking Up Without Tearing Down)" Support this podcast

Dreaming Out Loud With Morgan T Nelson
78. Lloyd J Ross - How To Plant Money Trees

Dreaming Out Loud With Morgan T Nelson

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2021 64:22


In today's episode, I get to chat with Lloyd Ross who is a former lawyer, Lloyd has 3 university degrees in biomedical science, business, and law; about how to create a solid recurring and passive income stream. In this episode, we also talked about his book Money Grows on Trees which I absolutely love! Llyod built a million-dollar share portfolio from scratch and is the author of the book “Money Grows on Trees” Was the INBA natural body building comp winner in 2016, and just completed his first 100km ultra-marathon. He and his wife, Alisha are also the founders of “The Side Hustle Secret” has built a large online network marketing business from scratch (which does $5 million in sales annually) and has helped over 65 people create 5 & 6 figure online side hustles following their system too. They are now on a mission to help 1,000 people diversify their income and level up their money game in 2021. Connect with Lloyd: Instagram: @lloydjamesross Facebook: @lloyd.ross.7 Website: LloydJRoss.com Get your hands on the world's healthiest energy drink right here and get 25% off as one of the listeners of this show. >>> https://dreamoutloud.isagenix.com/en-au/products/vitality-well-being/individual/bea

Fox Sports Radio Weekends
01/09/2021 – The Jason McIntyre Show with Joy Taylor filling in – PLUS, Amber Wilson, A.J. Ross,

Fox Sports Radio Weekends

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2021 127:38


Joy Taylor previews the NFL Super Wild Card weekend and makes her picks for the postseason! She explains why Deshaun Watson has every right to be furious with the Houston Texans. She talks about Josh Allen’s miraculous rise over the past two years and defends Chase Young for calling out Tom Brady! Also, she explains why she is nervous for her Pittsburgh Steelers in their Wild Card matchup with the Cleveland Browns!  Guests include: Amber Wilson, A.J. Ross, Alex Curry and Ashley Ross Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

Straight Fire with Jason McIntyre
01/09/2021 – The Jason McIntyre Show with Joy Taylor filling in – PLUS, Amber Wilson, A.J. Ross,

Straight Fire with Jason McIntyre

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2021 127:38


Joy Taylor previews the NFL Super Wild Card weekend and makes her picks for the postseason! She explains why Deshaun Watson has every right to be furious with the Houston Texans. She talks about Josh Allen’s miraculous rise over the past two years and defends Chase Young for calling out Tom Brady! Also, she explains why she is nervous for her Pittsburgh Steelers in their Wild Card matchup with the Cleveland Browns!  Guests include: Amber Wilson, A.J. Ross, Alex Curry and Ashley Ross Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

Greg Berard. On Living a Full Life
Interview With J. Ross

Greg Berard. On Living a Full Life

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2021 97:51


My guest today is one of my oldest friends, J Ross. His real name is Justin, and that is probably how most people know him, but I only know him as J. This interview happened in a very serendipitous way. We were just having our normal quarterly catchup call and I told him about the podcast, and we got super deep and philosophical and we both came to the conclusion that J needed to be on the podcast. Besides being one of my closest friends, J is one of the most unique individuals I know, but more importantly, his story is so poignant and his transformation into a passionate career as an army doctor and living a life of meaning, purpose, joy, and fulfillment is exactly the type of story that I look to share and learn from during these interviews.

Petee's Power Hour
Caleb J. Ross of Caleb Gaming (Islay Scotch)

Petee's Power Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2020 55:57


In this beefy episode things get a little smoky as I discuss Islay Scotch with Caleb J. Ross of Caleb Gaming YouTube channel. Discover the a brief history of Scotch, Peat, and why we love the few distilleries from the island of Islay. Will this Scotch be smoky enough for the Laphroaig loving Caleb? Guess you will have to listen to find out..... Liquor Featured: Kilchoman Sanaig Islay ScotchFollow: Caleb Gaming on YouTubeFollow: @calebjross on TwitterFollow: Petee's Power Hour on TwitterMusic by: KulorArt by: OmikujiEmail any questions, comments or concerns to PeteesPowerHour@gmail.comSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/polykill/posts)

Jordan Year
Financial Freedom w/ Lloyd J. Ross

Jordan Year

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2020 48:56


On this episode I have my first INTERNATIONAL GUEST from Australia, Lloyd Ross who is a financial freedom expert and has done so many amazing things in his career but none of it was as good as what he doing now, which you will hear about in the show. Enjoy!

Mindfulness Monday
Episode 14: Transcending Everyday Bias with Howard J. Ross

Mindfulness Monday

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2020 60:24


In this episode of Mindfulness Monday, Ora Nadrich has a discussion with Howard J. Ross about how we can transcend, overcome and become aware of the everyday bias we subconsciously emit, and repeat in our daily lives. Howard J. Ross is a lifelong social justice advocate and a principle in Udarta Consulting. He was previously the founding partner of Cook Ross, Inc. He's considered one of the world's seminal thought leaders on identifying and addressing unconscious bias. He authored the bestseller, Everyday Bias: Identifying and Navigating Unconscious Judgments in Our Daily Lives , also Reinventing Diversity: Transforming Organizational Community to Strengthen People, Purpose, and Performance and, Our Search for Belonging: How the Need for Connection Is Tearing Our Culture Apart, describes how to bridge the divide in our increasingly polarized society. Learn more at howardjross.com.

The Three Wisemen of Divorce: Money, Psych & Law
The Power of the Collaborative Divorce Coach with Special Guest Nancy J. Ross, LCSW

The Three Wisemen of Divorce: Money, Psych & Law

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2020 41:08


This week we have an enriching discussion with Collaborative Divorce icon Nancy J. Ross, LCSW.  Nancy pioneered the concept of the Collaborative Divorce Coach in California at the beginning of the Collaborative Divorce movement.  Mark C. Hill, CFP®, CDFA® Financial Divorce Consultant; Scott Weiner, Psychologist, Attorney and Mediator; and Shawn Weber, CLS-F* Family Law Mediator and Divorce Attorney, chat with Nancy about how a divorce coach can help with the difficult emotions of divorce and how the current events such as Covid-19 and increased societal polarization make the Collaborative Divorce Coach a crucial party of your divorce team.

Inner Voice - Heartfelt Chat with Dr. Foojan
Distinguish your healthy mood & biases - Dr. Foojan interviews Dr. Michael Yapko and Howard J Ross

Inner Voice - Heartfelt Chat with Dr. Foojan

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2020 56:39


In this segment of Inner Voice - Heartfelt Chat with Dr. Foojan on KMET 1490 AM / ABC News Radio (Distinguish your healthy mood & biases), Dr. Foojan Zeine shares some insight regarding how leading a life being responsible and accountable for our thoughts, feelings and actions creates a powerful stance. In this show Dr. Foojan brings you Dr. Michael Yapko, a clinical psychologist, marriage and family therapist, and the author of 15 books. We will be talking about how to break the patterns of depression through his latest audio book and Mindset app. www.yapko.com Then she speaks to Howard Ross, a lifelong social justice advocate, and author of multiple books about belongingness, and biases. Today we will be talking about his latest book: Everyday Bias: Identifying and Navigating Unconscious Judgments in Our Daily Lives - describing how to bridge the divide in our increasingly polarized society. www.howardjross.com   Visit my website - www.FOOJAN.com

DrunkFriend
Episode 26 - Video Game Books with Caleb J. Ross

DrunkFriend

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2020 83:53


This week on DrunkFriend, we have another recurring guest, only this time he gets his own episode -- Caleb J. Ross joins us to talk about all kinds of books about video games, both fiction and non-fiction, as well as his own work and his own writing process, including some hidden gems in the literature world that he would recommend our listeners read! We discuss Blake J. Harris' "Console Wars," Jeff Ryan's "Super Mario," Tristan Donovan's "Replay," among many others. We also talk about families in video games, The King of All Cosmos' package, whether or not we'd want to see a Chrono Trigger remake (answers may surprise you), dungeon crawlers, Swans... geez what didn't we talk about? BookDrunk!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/snesdrunk)

The Burden of Command
047 - Howard J. Ross

The Burden of Command

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2020 59:55


In this episode, I speak with a legend in the world of Diversity and Inclusion, Howard J. Ross. During this conversation, we touch on a lot of topics and mention some outstanding research that shows us how unconscious biases are ingrained in our daily lives. And, that doesn't make us bad, it makes us human. Listen with an open ear and an open mind and see what you think afterward. The best way to find out more about or contact Howard is: https://howardjross.com/ Some of the research cited: Hot and Cold: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2737341/ Rainy weather and medical school entry: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2789141/ Gender Bias: https://gender.stanford.edu/news-publications/gender-news/why-does-john-get-stem-job-rather-jennifer --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tboc/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tboc/support

Mark Merry's SoulSermonMixUp
SoulSermonMix 230820

Mark Merry's SoulSermonMixUp

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2020 118:35


Kick Back (Remix) – Bill Spoon – Spoonful Of Soul – Soul Junction – 2010 One Step – Lou Ragland – Until I Met You – 1996 Finally – Harva – Beginning Finally – 2020 Never Another You – N’front – 2020 I Found What I’ve Been Searching For – La’verne Washington – Melodies International Reissue – 2020 Tears – Al Lindsey & Ania Garvey – 2020 Flying High – 850 Roamin – 850 Roamin – 2020 I Didn't Mean To Leave You – Lou Ragland – Warner Bros 45 – 1973 Thank You Father – First Light feat Lou Ragland – The Prime Time Gospel – 1986 Go Ahead – Otis Flower & Ministry feat Daniel Williams – 2020 I Love You – Reggie Boone – In A Perfect World – 2020 I’m Just A Man – Ike Perry & The Lyrics – North Broad St 45 – 2020 I’m On Your Side – Marki Fields – Caught Up – 2020 Guess It Wasn't Meant To Be – Eddie Floyd – IZIPHO Soul 45 – 2020 If This Is Love – Jamie & The Numbers – 2020 Don’t Ever Hurt Me – The Webs – Forthcoming Big Man 45 – 2020 Smile – Terry Sims – Soul EP – 2020 Back 2 Basics – Ms Yendy – 2020 Making Love – Lou Ragland – Lou Ragland & G.L.O – Love Moods – 1985 Drifting On A Dream – Rena Scott – Forthcoming IZIPHO Soul 45 – 2020 Tell Me, Tell Me - Marki Fields – Caught Up – 2020 Accept Me As I Am – Johnny Baker – Cisco 45 – 1976 I Want To Be In Love – Rushing - Forthcoming IZIPHO Soul 45 – 2020 Rollin – Alex Harris – 2020 Secret Garden – Omar Wilson, Sisqo,Shawn Stockman & Raheem DeVaughn – 2020 Lets Go To Bed (Solo Mix) – Gerald Levert – Unreleased Its Got To Change – Lou Ragland – Is The Conveyor, Understand Each Other – 1975 Be Ready – Tim White & ReFocused – 2020 Repay You – PJ Morton & J Ross – 2020 Since You Said You Would Be Mine - Lou Ragland – Warner Bros 45 – 1973

Published...Or Not
Peter O'Brien and Fin J Ross

Published...Or Not

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2020


 Peter O’Brien takes us back in  time in ‘Bush School’ highlighting the primitive living and learning conditions of a single-teacher classroom in rural New South Wales in 1960.Using big words may show scholarship but for a young girl in Early Melbourne they lead her into a propinquity in 'Billings Better Bookstore and Brasserie' by Fin J. Ross

This Week in America with Ric Bratton
EVERYDAY BIAS: IDENTIFYING AND NAVIGATING UNCONSCIOUS JUDGMENTS IN OUR DAILY LIVES by Howard J. Ross

This Week in America with Ric Bratton

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2020 24:22


EVERYDAY BIAS: IDENTIFYING AND NAVIGATING UNCONSCIOUS JUDGMENTS IN OUR DAILY LIVES by Howard J. Ross If you are human, you are biased. From this fundamental truth, diversity expert Howard Ross explores the biases we each carry within us. Most people do not see themselves as biased towards people of different races or different genders. And yet in virtually every area of modern life disparities remain. Even in corporate America, which has for the most part embraced the idea of diversity as a mainstream idea, patterns of disparity remain rampant. Why? Breakthroughs in the cognitive and neurosciences give some idea why our results seem inconsistent with our intentions. Bias is natural to the human mind, a survival mechanism that is fundamental to our identity. And overwhelmingly it is unconscious. Incorporating anecdotes from today’s headlines alongside case studies from over 30 years as a nationally prominent diversity consultant, Ross help readers understand how unconscious bias impacts our day-to-day lives and particularly our daily work lives. And, he answers the question: “Is there anything we can do about it?” by providing examples of behaviors that the reader can engage in to disengage the impact of their own biases. With an added appendix that includes lessons for handling conflict and bias in the workplace, this book offers an invaluable resource for a broad audience, from individuals seeking to understand and confront their own biases to human resource professionals and business leaders determined to create more bias-conscious organizations in the belief that productivity, personal happiness, and social growth are possible if we first understand the widespread and powerful nature of the biases we don’t realize we have. Howard J. Ross, a lifelong social justice advocate and founding partner of the nationally recognized diversity consulting firm Cook Ross, Inc., is the author of Reinventing Diversity: Transforming Organizational Community to Strengthen People, Purpose, and Performance (2011), Everyday Bias: Identifying and Navigating Unconscious Bias in our Everyday Lives and Our Search for Belonging: How Our Need to Connect is Tearing Us Apart (Barrett Koehler, 2018) His work has been published by the Harvard Business Review, the Washington Post, the New York Times, and Forbes, and he has worked with Fortune 500 companies across a variety of industries. He resides in Washington, DC. www.howardjross.com https://www.amazon.com/Everyday-Bias-Identifying-Navigating-Unconscious-dp-1442258659/dp/1442258659/ http://www.bluefunkbroadcasting.com/root/twia/hrossbias.mp3

Stingers Only
Donald J. Ross - Architecture Series, Episode 2

Stingers Only

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2020 35:11


In the second episode of the Architecture Series, Jared and Nick discuss the brilliance of famed Scottish Golden Age golf course Donald J. Ross. Ross designed courses from 1900-1945, including some of the crispiest collections of pure-ina found in the game today, like Seminole GC, Pinehurst #2, East Lake GC, Inverness CC, Mid Pines Club, Essex CC, Oak Hill CC, Old Elm Club, Roaring Gap Club, Aronimink GC, and Carolina GC. Ross designs offer up varied (and diabolical) green complexes, increase strategy and shotmaking, feature world class routing, and enhance playability across all levels. Listen along and learn about one of the great figures in the game of golf!Instagram: @StingersOnly

The Hidden Why Podcast
925 Howard J. Ross – Our Search for Belonging

The Hidden Why Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2020 55:26


Our Search for Belonging Leigh Martinuzzi · 925 Howard J. Ross – Our Search for Belonging My interview with Howard J Ross discussing his book Our Search for Belonging: How Our Need to Connect Is Tearing Us Apart. At the core of tribalism exists a paradox: as humans, we are hardwired with the need to … Continue reading 925 Howard J. Ross – Our Search for Belonging

Leigh Martinuzzi
925 Howard J. Ross - Our Search for Belonging

Leigh Martinuzzi

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 4, 2020 55:25


Our Search for Belonging My interview with Howard J Ross discussing his book Our Search for Belonging: How Our Need to Connect Is Tearing Us Apart. At the core of tribalism exists a paradox: as humans, we are hardwired with the need to belong, which ends up making us deeply connected with some yet deeply divided from others. We discuss why this is becoming more paramount in society and how it is negatively affecting today's culture. We then delve into what we can do about it. An interesting conversation and inspiring one. Why open-mindedness can lead to a more fulfilled life individually and collectively. Guest Bio. Howard J. Ross is a lifelong social justice advocate and a principle in Udarta Consulting. He was previously the founding partner of Cook Ross, Inc. He’s considered one of the world’s seminal thought leaders on identifying and addressing unconscious bias. He authored the bestseller, Everyday Bias: Identifying and Navigating Unconscious Judgments in Our Daily Lives, and ReInventing Diversity: Transforming Organizational Community to Strengthen People, Purpose and Performance. His new book Our Search for Belonging: How Our Need to Connect Is Tearing Us Apart describes how to bridge the divide in our increasingly polarized society. Learn more at howardjross.com.

PA Centered
Episode 2: Uprooting Racism with Paul Kivel and Loretta J. Ross

PA Centered

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 4, 2020 32:32


Join us as we discuss the book, Uprooting Racism, and the connection between race and the anti-sexual violence movement. This episode we are joined by activists Loretta J. Ross, and author of Uprooting Racism, Paul Kivel. Purchase the book and learn more about Paul at paulkivel.com; learn more about Loretta at lorettaross.com. Visit www.pcar.org/podcasts for show notes and transcripts. 

DrunkFriend
Episode 9 - Caleb J. Ross and Musty Hobbit

DrunkFriend

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2020 87:23


On this episode, it's just Trav as Alex proves to us he's not a robot, or at the very least, not a time lord. On this episode Trav gets serious for about five minutes to talk about overcoming the things that keep us from being creative and asks his guest the same. The first guest is Caleb J. Ross, an author and YouTuber, who is co-hosting an all new podcast coming to the Polykill network on May 26th (Tales of the Lesser Medium). The second guest is someone very valuable to the Cartridge Club (CartridgeClub.org) and also has a keen eye for NESfriend errors. You won't want to miss this one.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/snesdrunk)

Iambic Poetry Podcast
J Ross Parrelli: Beats Lyrics Leader

Iambic Poetry Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2020 29:15


Charron sat with Universal Recording Artist J Ross Parrelli. DISCLAIMER: due to internet connection, J Ross recording suffered some audio issues. Topics Discuss: Emcee originBeats Lyrics LeaderPoetry Slams to Rap BattleJazz SingerFavorite AlbumBeing signed & indie artistIndie Film Actor: Something inside is BrokenAuburn Hip hop CongressPage vs. StageTop 5 RappersSocial MediaIs Hip-Hop Spiritual? Social media and website: J Ross ParrelliInstagram: Jrossparrelliwww.beatslyricleaders.comSpotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/2immYMr4fvB9oTdnprkZsQIambic Poetry Podcast:Https://linktr.ee/iambiczine Song excerpt:J Ross Parrelli - What is JJ Ross Parrelli - Golden Dreams

Stories of Transformation
How Our Unconscious Bias Impacts Our Daily Lives with Howard J. Ross

Stories of Transformation

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 17, 2020 55:54


Howard J. Ross was born into a Jewish middle-class family in Washington, DC, just after the Holocaust, in which many of his family members died. Out of this tragedy he learned from a very young age two things. One, that terrible things happen because people are different, and two, that you have a responsibility to do something about it.Thus began his fascination in studying history, organizational development, and human behavior and psychology in an effort to abolish the “us” vs “them” mindset; no easy task to do in the ’80s before there was any talk of “diversity and inclusion.”Somewhere along the line in all his studies, he came to an aha moment: the Germans were not inherently bad people, they were just a product of a broken societal system and environment, and the same goes for every genocide and hate group in history.He began to explore, what if instead of telling people, “what you believe is wrong,” we instead show them how what we believe is actually just an unconscious perception based on all our past experiences? What if we showed people it’s possible to understand where your enemy is coming from, once you hear their story?Since this realization, Howard has worked with leaders in fortune 500 companies to facilitate these types of conversations that have allowed people to recognize the humanity in each other and become more empathetic. He is a best-selling author and one of the nation’s most influential diversity consultants and workplace experts, specializing in corporate culture change, leadership development and managing diversity.In this episode, you'll learn how to become aware of your own unconscious bias, what Howard means by, “Replace your exclamation points with question marks”, and what you can do about it to become a more empathetic, understanding, and inclusive human. Full show notes: https://www.baktashahadi.com/shownotes/how-our-unconscious-bias-impacts-our-daily-lives Connect with Howard J. Ross https://cookross.com/howard/ Follow/Support Stories of Transformation and Baktash Ahadi:https://www.baktashahadi.com/supporthttps://www.instagram.com/stories_of_transformation/https://www.facebook.com/Stories-of-Transformation-110335937120068/

Haze Radio Network
Superbad Inc | Coffee Pot with Carlos Dew, Andrew Pitsicalis, Rico Suave & J Ross — LA Kingpins

Haze Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2020 69:52


Superbad Inc presents another episode of Coffee Pot — Carlos sits down with Andrew, Rico & J Ross.

Haze Radio Network
Superbad Inc | Coffee Pot with Carlos, Aly, Klever, Andrew, Rico, Roger, JROSS, Vanessa, Mariah

Haze Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2020 64:31


Superbad Inc presents another episode of COFFEE POT

Books And Travel
Northumberland: Ancient Lindisfarne, Modern Newcastle With L.J.Ross

Books And Travel

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2019 34:32


The north-east of England combines the ancient history of Viking raids and English castles, with the stark beauty of Lindisfarne island cut off by the tides, and the vibrant city of Newcastle linked by its seven bridges. In today’s episode, mystery author, LJ Ross talks about love of home, why she sets her books in […] The post Northumberland: Ancient Lindisfarne, Modern Newcastle With L.J.Ross appeared first on Books And Travel.

Princeton Theological Seminary
Drs. Shane Berg, Lisa Bowens, Darrell Guder and J. Ross Wagner | Biblical Formation for Witness

Princeton Theological Seminary

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2019 73:10


April 11–13, 2019 | Biblical Formation for Witness Conference "Missional Hermeneutics" Speakers: Dr. Shane Berg, Executive Vice President, Princeton Theological Seminary Dr. Lisa Marie Bowens, Assistant Professor of New Testament, Princeton Theological Seminary Dr. Darrell Guder, Interim Director, Center for Church Planting and Revitalization, Princeton Theological Seminary Dr. J. Ross Wagner Associate Professor of New Testament, Duke Divinity School

Matt Lewis and the News
Steven J. Ross on Hitler in Los Angeles

Matt Lewis and the News

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 14, 2019 35:16


Steven J. Ross talks about his book, Hitler in Los Angeles: How Jews Foiled Nazi Plots Against Hollywood and America.

The Self Publishing Show
SPF-142: The Three Million Book Woman - with L.J.Ross

The Self Publishing Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2018 55:55


Million selling author L.J. Ross sits down to talk about taking a leap out of her first career and into writing. Spoiler: it worked out pretty well for her.

New Books Network
B. P. Owensby and  R. J. Ross, “Justice in a New World: Negotiating Legal Intelligibility in British, Iberian, and Indigenous America” (NYU Press, 2018)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2018 78:17


Justice in a New World: Negotiating Legal Intelligibility in British, Iberian, and Indigenous America (New York University Press, 2018), edited by Brian P. Owensby and Richard J. Ross, examines the conflict and interplay between settler and indigenous laws in the New World. As British and Iberian empires expanded across the New World, differing notions of justice and legality played out against one another as settlers and indigenous people sought to negotiate their relationship. In order for settlers and natives to learn from, maneuver, resist, or accommodate each other, they had to grasp something of each other’s legal ideas and conceptions of justice. This ambitious volume advances our understanding of how natives and settlers in both the British and Iberian New World empires struggled to use the other’s ideas of law and justice as a political, strategic, and moral resource.  In so doing, indigenous people and settlers alike changed their own practices of law and dialogue about justice.  Europeans and natives appealed to imperfect understandings of their interlocutors’ notions of justice and advanced their own conceptions during workaday negotiations, disputes, and assertions of right.  Settlers’ and indigenous peoples’ legal presuppositions shaped and sometimes misdirected their attempts to employ each other’s law. Natives and settlers construed and misconstrued each other’s legal commitments while learning about them, never quite sure whether they were on solid ground.  Chapters explore the problem of “legal intelligibility”: How and to what extent did settler law and its associated notions of justice became intelligible—tactically, technically and morally—to natives, and vice versa?  To address this question, the volume offers a critical comparison between English and Iberian New World empires.  Chapters probe such topics as treaty negotiations, land sales, and the corporate privileges of indigenous peoples.  Ultimately, Justice in a New World offers both a deeper understanding of the transformation of notions of justice and law among settlers and indigenous people, and a dual comparative study of what it means for laws and moral codes to be legally intelligible. Ryan Tripp teaches a variety of History courses at Los Medanos Community College. He also teaches History courses for two universities. He has a Ph.D. in History from the University of California, Davis, with a double minor that includes Native American Studies. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

New Books in History
B. P. Owensby and  R. J. Ross, “Justice in a New World: Negotiating Legal Intelligibility in British, Iberian, and Indigenous America” (NYU Press, 2018)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2018 78:17


Justice in a New World: Negotiating Legal Intelligibility in British, Iberian, and Indigenous America (New York University Press, 2018), edited by Brian P. Owensby and Richard J. Ross, examines the conflict and interplay between settler and indigenous laws in the New World. As British and Iberian empires expanded across the New World, differing notions of justice and legality played out against one another as settlers and indigenous people sought to negotiate their relationship. In order for settlers and natives to learn from, maneuver, resist, or accommodate each other, they had to grasp something of each other’s legal ideas and conceptions of justice. This ambitious volume advances our understanding of how natives and settlers in both the British and Iberian New World empires struggled to use the other’s ideas of law and justice as a political, strategic, and moral resource.  In so doing, indigenous people and settlers alike changed their own practices of law and dialogue about justice.  Europeans and natives appealed to imperfect understandings of their interlocutors’ notions of justice and advanced their own conceptions during workaday negotiations, disputes, and assertions of right.  Settlers’ and indigenous peoples’ legal presuppositions shaped and sometimes misdirected their attempts to employ each other’s law. Natives and settlers construed and misconstrued each other’s legal commitments while learning about them, never quite sure whether they were on solid ground.  Chapters explore the problem of “legal intelligibility”: How and to what extent did settler law and its associated notions of justice became intelligible—tactically, technically and morally—to natives, and vice versa?  To address this question, the volume offers a critical comparison between English and Iberian New World empires.  Chapters probe such topics as treaty negotiations, land sales, and the corporate privileges of indigenous peoples.  Ultimately, Justice in a New World offers both a deeper understanding of the transformation of notions of justice and law among settlers and indigenous people, and a dual comparative study of what it means for laws and moral codes to be legally intelligible. Ryan Tripp teaches a variety of History courses at Los Medanos Community College. He also teaches History courses for two universities. He has a Ph.D. in History from the University of California, Davis, with a double minor that includes Native American Studies. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

New Books in European Studies
B. P. Owensby and  R. J. Ross, “Justice in a New World: Negotiating Legal Intelligibility in British, Iberian, and Indigenous America” (NYU Press, 2018)

New Books in European Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2018 78:17


Justice in a New World: Negotiating Legal Intelligibility in British, Iberian, and Indigenous America (New York University Press, 2018), edited by Brian P. Owensby and Richard J. Ross, examines the conflict and interplay between settler and indigenous laws in the New World. As British and Iberian empires expanded across the New World, differing notions of justice and legality played out against one another as settlers and indigenous people sought to negotiate their relationship. In order for settlers and natives to learn from, maneuver, resist, or accommodate each other, they had to grasp something of each other’s legal ideas and conceptions of justice. This ambitious volume advances our understanding of how natives and settlers in both the British and Iberian New World empires struggled to use the other’s ideas of law and justice as a political, strategic, and moral resource.  In so doing, indigenous people and settlers alike changed their own practices of law and dialogue about justice.  Europeans and natives appealed to imperfect understandings of their interlocutors’ notions of justice and advanced their own conceptions during workaday negotiations, disputes, and assertions of right.  Settlers’ and indigenous peoples’ legal presuppositions shaped and sometimes misdirected their attempts to employ each other’s law. Natives and settlers construed and misconstrued each other’s legal commitments while learning about them, never quite sure whether they were on solid ground.  Chapters explore the problem of “legal intelligibility”: How and to what extent did settler law and its associated notions of justice became intelligible—tactically, technically and morally—to natives, and vice versa?  To address this question, the volume offers a critical comparison between English and Iberian New World empires.  Chapters probe such topics as treaty negotiations, land sales, and the corporate privileges of indigenous peoples.  Ultimately, Justice in a New World offers both a deeper understanding of the transformation of notions of justice and law among settlers and indigenous people, and a dual comparative study of what it means for laws and moral codes to be legally intelligible. Ryan Tripp teaches a variety of History courses at Los Medanos Community College. He also teaches History courses for two universities. He has a Ph.D. in History from the University of California, Davis, with a double minor that includes Native American Studies. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

New Books in Native American Studies
B. P. Owensby and  R. J. Ross, “Justice in a New World: Negotiating Legal Intelligibility in British, Iberian, and Indigenous America” (NYU Press, 2018)

New Books in Native American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2018 78:17


Justice in a New World: Negotiating Legal Intelligibility in British, Iberian, and Indigenous America (New York University Press, 2018), edited by Brian P. Owensby and Richard J. Ross, examines the conflict and interplay between settler and indigenous laws in the New World. As British and Iberian empires expanded across the New World, differing notions of justice and legality played out against one another as settlers and indigenous people sought to negotiate their relationship. In order for settlers and natives to learn from, maneuver, resist, or accommodate each other, they had to grasp something of each other’s legal ideas and conceptions of justice. This ambitious volume advances our understanding of how natives and settlers in both the British and Iberian New World empires struggled to use the other’s ideas of law and justice as a political, strategic, and moral resource.  In so doing, indigenous people and settlers alike changed their own practices of law and dialogue about justice.  Europeans and natives appealed to imperfect understandings of their interlocutors’ notions of justice and advanced their own conceptions during workaday negotiations, disputes, and assertions of right.  Settlers’ and indigenous peoples’ legal presuppositions shaped and sometimes misdirected their attempts to employ each other’s law. Natives and settlers construed and misconstrued each other’s legal commitments while learning about them, never quite sure whether they were on solid ground.  Chapters explore the problem of “legal intelligibility”: How and to what extent did settler law and its associated notions of justice became intelligible—tactically, technically and morally—to natives, and vice versa?  To address this question, the volume offers a critical comparison between English and Iberian New World empires.  Chapters probe such topics as treaty negotiations, land sales, and the corporate privileges of indigenous peoples.  Ultimately, Justice in a New World offers both a deeper understanding of the transformation of notions of justice and law among settlers and indigenous people, and a dual comparative study of what it means for laws and moral codes to be legally intelligible. Ryan Tripp teaches a variety of History courses at Los Medanos Community College. He also teaches History courses for two universities. He has a Ph.D. in History from the University of California, Davis, with a double minor that includes Native American Studies. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

New Books in British Studies
B. P. Owensby and  R. J. Ross, “Justice in a New World: Negotiating Legal Intelligibility in British, Iberian, and Indigenous America” (NYU Press, 2018)

New Books in British Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2018 78:17


Justice in a New World: Negotiating Legal Intelligibility in British, Iberian, and Indigenous America (New York University Press, 2018), edited by Brian P. Owensby and Richard J. Ross, examines the conflict and interplay between settler and indigenous laws in the New World. As British and Iberian empires expanded across the New World, differing notions of justice and legality played out against one another as settlers and indigenous people sought to negotiate their relationship. In order for settlers and natives to learn from, maneuver, resist, or accommodate each other, they had to grasp something of each other’s legal ideas and conceptions of justice. This ambitious volume advances our understanding of how natives and settlers in both the British and Iberian New World empires struggled to use the other’s ideas of law and justice as a political, strategic, and moral resource.  In so doing, indigenous people and settlers alike changed their own practices of law and dialogue about justice.  Europeans and natives appealed to imperfect understandings of their interlocutors’ notions of justice and advanced their own conceptions during workaday negotiations, disputes, and assertions of right.  Settlers’ and indigenous peoples’ legal presuppositions shaped and sometimes misdirected their attempts to employ each other’s law. Natives and settlers construed and misconstrued each other’s legal commitments while learning about them, never quite sure whether they were on solid ground.  Chapters explore the problem of “legal intelligibility”: How and to what extent did settler law and its associated notions of justice became intelligible—tactically, technically and morally—to natives, and vice versa?  To address this question, the volume offers a critical comparison between English and Iberian New World empires.  Chapters probe such topics as treaty negotiations, land sales, and the corporate privileges of indigenous peoples.  Ultimately, Justice in a New World offers both a deeper understanding of the transformation of notions of justice and law among settlers and indigenous people, and a dual comparative study of what it means for laws and moral codes to be legally intelligible. Ryan Tripp teaches a variety of History courses at Los Medanos Community College. He also teaches History courses for two universities. He has a Ph.D. in History from the University of California, Davis, with a double minor that includes Native American Studies. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

TheBreakThruRadio
WPSEG (THEBREAKTHRURADIO) -THECOMEUP (Interview) YUNG FREEWAY J ROSS

TheBreakThruRadio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2018 101:51


Connecticut #1 Radio Station Call 203-635-2433 (website) www.portsideentgrp.com/thebreakthruradio

Patt Morrison Asks
Author Steven J. Ross: How Hitler's sunshine fascism almost took hold in Los Angeles

Patt Morrison Asks

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2017 18:42


LA Times columnist Patt Morrison speaks with author Steven J. Ross on his new book, "Hitler in Los Angeles"

Software Process and Measurement Cast
SPaMCAST 461 - Agile - Leadership Required, Skills, Common Cause Variation

Software Process and Measurement Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2017 40:33


SPaMCAST 461 features our essay - Agile -- Leadership Required.  For an Agile transformation to be effective and then stay effective there are four cornerstones of Agile leadership constancy that must be addressed with passion and constancy of purpose. Our second column this week is from Kim Pries (The Software Sensei). Kim fills in the middle of the cast with a discussion of the conceptual skills a software developer should have. To be good in this industry you need to be more than a set of coding languages or testing techniques.   Steve Tendon, brings chapter 19 of Tame The Flow: Hyper-Productive Knowledge-Work Performance, The TameFlow Approach and Its Application to Scrum and Kanban published J Ross (buy a copy here). We tackle Chapter 19, which is titled Understanding Common Cause Variation.  Steve share insights that caused me to rethink the whole idea of common cause variation. Here is a promo for my appearance during the Denver Startup Week.  On Thursday, September 28th at 8 AM I will be sharing Storytelling: Developing the Big Picture for Agile Efforts.  The presentation, in Denver, Colorado, will be at held at Industry.  Register and be there!!!! A well-done Agile project reminds us that the focus of any set of requirements needs to be on an outcome rather than a collection of “whats” and “whos”. Storytelling is a powerful tool to elevate even the most diehard requirements analyst from a discussion of individual requirements to a discussion of outcomes. Attend this session and learn how to peel away the proverbial layers of the backlog evolution “onion” by using storytelling techniques to understand the big picture. Perfect for PMs and leaders of any agile driven project. For other events, SPaMCAST team members will be attending check the recent blog entry titled Upcoming Conferences and Webinars!   Re-Read Saturday News This week Steven completes Chapter 9 of Paul Gibbons’ book The Science of Successful Organizational Change.  Chapter 9 is the capstone of the book, putting all of the pieces-parts together.  Steve sums the chapter up and ties a bow on it!  We will have a final wrap up next week then . . . Vote for the next re-read book here! I will hold the poll open for a few more days.  Currently, we seem to be experiencing a slugfest between Vacanti and Senge; however, I am starting to see rally flags for Kevin Kruse’s book! This week and previous installments: Week 1: Game Plan Week 2: Introduction    Week 3: Failed Change Week 4:  Introduction to Part 1 and Fragility to Change-Agility Week 5: Governance and the Psychology of Risk Week 6: Decision Making in Complex and Ambiguous Environments Week 7: Chapter 5: Cognitive Bias and Failed Strategies Week 8: Misunderstanding Human Behavior Week 9: The Science of Changing Behaviors Week 10: Chapter 8: The Science of Changing Hearts and Minds Week 11: Leading With Science (Part 1) Week 12 Leading With Science (Part 2)   A Call To Action The Software Process and Measurement Cast needs your help!  Please give the SPaMCAST a short, honest review in iTunes, Stitcher or wherever you are listening.  If you leave a review somewhere, please send a copy to spamcastinfo@gmail.com we will call you out on the show!  Reviews help guide people to the cast and blog! If you interested in promoting your conference or event on the Software Process and Measurement Cast please reach out to us at spamcastinfo@gmail.com to discuss how that can happen! Next SPaMCAST SPaMCAST 462 will feature our interview with Jon M Quigley (remember him?)  We discussed his new book Project Management for Automotive Engineers. Jon co-authored the book with Roopa Shenoy. The book and the ideas in the book are relevant to all types of projects whether they use Agile or not!  A fun and informative conversation! Shameless Ad for my book! Mastering Software Project Management: Best Practices, Tools and Techniques co-authored by Murali Chematuri and myself and published by J. Ross Publishing. We have received unsolicited reviews like the following: “This book will prove that software projects should not be a tedious process, for you or your team.” Support SPaMCAST by buying the book here. Available in English and Chinese.

ALOUD @ Los Angeles Public Library
Saul Friedländer and Steven J. Ross | Where Memory Leads: A Holocaust Scholar Looks Back

ALOUD @ Los Angeles Public Library

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 8, 2017 71:54


 Pulitzer Prize–winning historian and UCLA Professor Emeritus Saul Friedländer returns to memoir to recount a tale of intellectual coming-of-age on three continents. In Where Memory Leads: My Life, a sequel to Friedländer’s poignant first memoir, Where Memory Comes, published forty years ago and recently reissued with a new introduction from Claire Messud, he bridges the gap between the ordeals of his childhood during the German Occupation of France and his present-day towering reputation in the field of Holocaust studies. Reflecting on the wrenching events that induced him to devote sixteen years of his life to writing his masterpiece, The Years of Extermination: Nazi Germany and the Jews, 1939-1945, Friedländer discusses this book and his life’s work with historian Steven J. Ross.For photos from the program, click here.