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Almost every leader has a role to play outside of their explicit duty to manage others. This week, Pat, Cody and Karen discuss the idea of being a 'leader monkey' and the importance of making the distinction between when we are leading others and when we are serving others.
If you're a professional, you're going to be dealing with meetings for the next several decades, so it's worth taking the time to get good at them. In this classic episode, I offer up six tips for taking control of meetings in your professional life. Check out full episode transcripts at https://foundersjournal.morningbrew.com to learn more, and if you have any ideas for our show, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or my DMs are open @businessbarista.
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SAP führt den Focus-Friday ein und will seinen MitarbeiterInnen so mehr Zeit geben fokussiert an ihren Aufgaben zu arbeiten. Ein toller erster Schritt, aber da geht noch weit mehr. Neben dem kanalisieren von Meetings hast du nämlich noch viele weitere Möglichkeiten die Zeit die du und deine Mitarbeiter in Meetings verbringen zu begrenzen. Welche das sind verrate ich dir im Podcast. Hier geht es zum Artikel der SZ: https://www.sueddeutsche.de/wirtschaft/meetings-sap-freitag-1.5579196 Sponsor dieser Folge ist Brain-Effect und hier geht es zum Sleep-Spray Strong (mit dem Code THOMAS20 kannst du 20% auf alle Einzelprodukte sparen): https://www.brain-effect.com/sleep-spray-strong-schlafspray 6 Fragen für die Entscheidung an Meetings teilzunehmen: - Ist das Meeting wichtig? - Ist das Meeting wichtig für mich? - Bin ich wichtig für das Meeting? - Kann ich die Zeit aufbringen im Vergleich zu meinen anderen Prioritäten? - Kann jemand anderer statt mir teilnehmen? - Gibt es einen anderen Weg zur Entscheidung zu kommen?
Pink Sheet reporter and editors discuss the first mark-up of the House FDA user fee bill, the likelihood of more postmarketing quality requirements for drug manufacturers, and the significance of the shrinking number of FDA advisory committee meetings.
Chris Spatola, ESPN college basketball analyst and SiriusXM host, joins the N&O's Steve Wiseman to talk about the latest news from the ACC spring meetings in Amelia Island, Florida. The two discuss the widening revenue gap between the ACC and the national leaders, the SEC and Big Ten, and other league issues like abandoning football divisions for more attractive matchups in regular season and title game. They also make a case for why the ACC should radically alter its basketball schedules — playing league games in November and December and more nonconference games in January and February. And they explain how name, imagine and likeness (NIL) and Alston-related payments are helping college basketball and where they aren't. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
So many agency owners try to be everything to everyone, making it difficult for these same owners to understand their path to profitability.But as you're aware, they don't have the right sales operation in place or even the right resources to know how to increase their sales and profits past the seven or eight-figure mark.In this episode, we discuss how you can stop being seen as a commodity that sells a la carte offers and stand out as a consultative agency that knows exactly what its target market needs. Also, discover the one thing your sales reps need to know in order to sell your services more effectively, and how you as a sales leader can help them through meetings and reviews. This Cast Covers:Why people who stand by a certain ideology do not actually want to engage in difficult conversations when the rubber meets the road (06:11) Empathetic people don't necessarily have any room on their plate to have hard conversations about harder topics (10:44)JJ's practical takeaways in not standing idly by and actually doing something about issues that are harder to swallow (12:38) Why Liberals and Conservatives are being pitted against each other by the “real enemy” (14:15)How product market training for sales leaders and sales reps can make them more effective in their role (18:04)The important components of a product knowledge base (18:55)What does a salesperson actually need to know to be able to sell something that's really technical? (22:24)How the curse of knowledge actually confuses your clients and stops them from buying from you (22:46)Combining these two things will get your salesperson up and running pretty quick (26:03)What most ideal customer profiles lack that keeps them below the seven-figure mark (29:07)Why having a very narrow and specific ideal customer profile is so crucial (30:06)Which moves the needle faster from a sales perspective – niching via the industry you serve or niching via the service you offer? (36:07)Why there might be a third axis when identifying your niche according to Joey - the z-axis (38:30)The difference between a meeting and review when it comes to sales leadership (40:28)What actually gets covered during a review and how often are they performed? (42:01)Why Joey believes selling an a la carte service is pointless (47:59)What it means to be a consultative seller (51:00)Additional Resources:The Sales Driven AgencyThe Best Damn Agency Mastermind
In a very practical way, this episode outlines four dimensions through which you can make changes to those meetings you influence, so they become a better symbol of the culture you want to create in your team.
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Dan and Sat are joined by former Canucks Scout Jonathan Bates to discuss what a scout brings to the table in scouting meetings and more. Also, hear from Sportsnet 590 The Fan's Brent Gunning on the Leafs and Lightning series.The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Media Inc. or any affiliate.
Wes Bryant, host and producer for the ACC Digital Network, hops on with the guys to discuss the latest around the ACC meetings in Florida, including the notion of eliminating divisions in football and his thoughts on NC State. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Let's face it, we are all SO TIRED of online meetings via Zoom, Teams, etc. The truth is there are some phrases we are all tired of hearing as well. Here is a short list: “We'll wait five minutes for everyone to get here.” This disrespects the time of people who arrived on time. And it discourages a timeliness culture. Most of the time, you should start the meeting without the tardy people. But there are occasionally good reasons why someone is late. If you must wait, you could begin with quick tone-setting exercises. For example, ask everyone to write down their goal for the meeting. It doesn't have to be made public, but it is valuable to create a practice of thinking about your purposes before a meeting. You can also start by asking everyone to eliminate one distraction. That distraction could be moving something from their desk, shutting a window on their computer, or opening a window in their room. “You're on mute!” This is a quick way to tell a speaker we can't hear them. But this is usually said simultaneously by a chorus of people . It has become annoying, making the muted person feel dumb. Saying “If you're speaking, I can't hear you,” is a friendlier, more supportive alternative. Rather than making the muted speaker feel foolish, this tells them that you genuinely want to hear what they have to say. “Let's talk about this offline.” This phrase dismisses someone's idea, putting them off forever. It is also nonsensical because the follow-up will inevitably take place online. Why not say something like, “That's an important issue that goes outside the scope of this meeting. Let's talk about it when we're finished here.” “We're flying the plane while it's being built.” Many of us have heard this metaphor in meetings. But it should prompt a host of questions from the audience. Is the project moving so fast that we won't be able to recognize or debate its flaws? Is this an excuse for poor performance? When you're tempted to use this phrase, be explicit by communicating the project elements that we've figured out, what we're now working on, what we don't know yet, and how we plan to make changes based on what we discover. That will give people a clearer understanding of the development. “I'll give you ten minutes of your life back!” I'll end by returning to this phrase because it's one I'd like to never hear again. I don't mind when meetings end early. But we should look forward to our next meeting when they are well-run, well-structured, and unexpectedly short. So we should emphasize that at the end of the meeting. When you are tempted to give your team a few “minutes of their life back,” think about saying, “Wow. We finished 10 minutes early because everyone worked so hard. Thank you very much for being here and taking part.” This straightforward rephrasing has the potential to redefine how people leave your meetings and feel about the next one.
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Today's episode continues my mini-series on standing out in meetings, and today we're talking about one of the most important things for your career: authority. Authority means that when you speak, people quiet down and listen. They see you as being credible, and they actively tune in when you communicate because they trust that your perspective is important. In today's episode, I'm walking you through what will help you convey authority when you speak, even if you are someone who identifies as being more on the shy or quiet side. The wonderful news is – no matter what your authentic communication style is – developing authority is totally possible and doable for you. I hope you find today's episode super useful. To learn more & enroll in The Art of Speaking Up Academy, head here: https://jessguzikcoaching.com/academy/ Thank you SO much for tuning in. XO Jess P.S. Want to get in touch? Shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Are you sick of spending all day in front of your screen? While it is convenient to conduct online meetings, it can also feel tiring not meeting people face to face. But love them or hate them, online meetings are here to stay. We need to find ways to make them work.John Monks joins us to discuss designing better online meetings and interactions. We discuss how to create online meetings that energise and infuse rather than demotivate. We also teach you why simple exercises on limits and boundaries in these interactions can improve problem solving and creativity.If you want to know how to make the most out of online meetings, stay tuned to this episode.Here are three reasons why you should listen to the full episode:Learn tips for engaging people in online meetings.Discover tips and exercises for making every minute of online workshops valuable.Understand the future of work meetings.Episode Highlights[06:24] Online Meetings as a Norm[09:06] How John Began Improving Virtual Meetings[13:19] Recalibrating Curve's Course about Facilitating Online[16:14] Different Forms of Online Meetings[20:19] Tips on Engaging People in Online Meetings[25:38] The Difficulty in Achieving Equal Participation[28:29] Making Every Minute Valuable[31:35] Setting Constraints[35:41] Failsafe Exercises for Engaging Interactions[38:27] Exercises for Solving Problems and Issues[41:46] Meeting Approach and Format[47:55] Making the Most Out of Breakout Rooms[52:11] Online versus In-Person[56:52] Diversity and Inclusivity in an Online Work Setup[59:53] John's Top Three Tips for Getting Better Online InteractionsResources.PCNs and other organisations can get a special discounted rate at the Resilient Team Academy! Find out more about the Resilient Team Academy for your organisation.CurveCloser Apart by John Monks and Lizzie ShupakSlackWhatsAppSocial Physics by Alex PentlandDownload a FREE COPY of Curve's Remote Workshop Planning Canvas here!TED Talk: David Grady: How to save the world (or at least yourself) from bad meetingsLearn more about Karim Benammar's works hereMiroMURALHarvard Business Review PodcastConnect with John: LinkedInTHRIVE Weekly PlannerEnjoyed This Podcast?Write a review and share this with your friends.Connect With MeHave any questions? Contact Rachel through these platforms:LinkedIn: @Dr-Rachel-Morris Twitter: @DrRachelMorrisEmail: email@example.comFind out more about our training here.Support the show
How is it that some people can perform moving pieces of music, or write a thrilling manuscript, or create a deeply emotional piece of art? What is the secret to artistic genius? Today's guest is Rock and Roll Hall of Famer and iconic drummer of The Doors, John Densmore. In this uplifting interview, he talks about his latest book, “The Seekers – Meetings with Remarkable Musicians (and Other Artists).” Inspired by mystic G.I. Gurdjieff's classic work, “Meetings with Remarkable Men,” Densmore's latest book is a collection of short vignettes of his encounters with musicians such as Patti Smith, Lou Reed, and Janice Joplin, as well as spiritual teachers like Ram Dass, the Dalai Lama, and Joseph Campbell. Each a luminary in their own right, Densmore shares stories of the creative thread that runs through each mystic, musician, and teacher as he searched for the origin of creativity and artistry. He shares several experiences he's had with LA Philharmonic conductor Gustavo Dudamel and how so much can be learned in the moments of silence between notes. The universal language of music is always a direct connection to one another's heart. This is Part 1 of the interview. Info: JohnDensmore.com
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Season 2 of Star Trek: Picard wraps up with a launch and a few hugs and kisses. Files get deleted, a Traveler shows up, and some people go Back To the Future, where the ship doesn't explode at the last second. And there's the first episode of Strange New Worlds where they visit a planet where Warp Drive is the Bomb! -Brought to you by Section 31- 00:00 Episode 122 00:30 We're all Time Travelers! 01:50 NO KIDS! 02:20 Crew Compliments 02:45 Killer High Five 03:30 We're Foreign? 03:50 Meetings go good 04:15 High on Duty 04:40 Thanks Patreons! https://patreon.com/starfleetunderground 05:15 NO WEDDING 05:30 We can still have cake 06:00 News: Free New Wallpapers! https://twitter.com/StarTrekOnPPlus/status/1521927905546313728?s=20&t=Z0aPy17XB9YbV_HaryRwZA 06:40 Wil Wheaton LIES! 07:00 Actors not returning for Star Trek: Picard Season 3 https://trekmovie.com/2022/05/06/another-star-trek-picard-cast-member-confirmed-not-be-back-for-season-3/ 08:09 10 Minute Captain 08:49 Patrick Kwok-Choon Pregnant? https://twitter.com/KWOK_ROCK/status/1522946040760090626?s=20&t=nRcct2-ZaRFuxaE556kr6A 09:30 A Virtual Enterprise? https://trekmovie.com/2022/05/04/the-roddenberry-archive-recreates-sets-from-first-star-trek-pilot-the-cage/ 11:18 Paramount+ Coming to the UK and Ireland June 22nd https://ir.paramount.com/news-releases/news-release-details/paramount-reveals-uk-launch-date-pricing-distribution-partners 14:15 Star Trek: Picard S3E10 - "Farewell" 19:15 Feelings and Excitement 19:20 Wil Wheaton LIED!! 21:15 "Acting" 21:30 Wil Wheaton NOT in the Goonies 22:30 Why Beam Out? He has a starship? Heather Has Questions! 23:23 Time is Funny 23:50 Putting the Key Back 24:00 Q & Picard 24:30 KISS HIM! 24:45 Raffi and Seven Kiss 25:15 Picard and Laris Don't Kiss 25:45 Roofy Palm Death Handshake 26:00 Picard kisses Tallinn on the Head 26:25 It can happen 26:45 Some do care 27:27 Surprise Beamer 28:41 Soong's Bad Day 29:00 Drones, not the Borg kind 29:00 With the VR Glasses, in the Library 30:40 Project: Khan 31:36 Rios Man-splains 33:30 Rios Stays Behind 33:45 Time is a Funny Thing 35:42 That Hug 36:00 Where was Jurati? 36:47 Star Trek: Strange New Worlds 40:11 Carry the Big Dick-Stick 40:30 The Day the Earth Stood Still on Jan 6th? 41:40 Wil Wheaton will save us all! 42:00 Mount Riding 42:20 Starfleet Air BnB? 42:58 Admiral "Bob" Robert April 44:00 First Contact: Just a Dream, Until It Isn't 45:00 Related to Khan 45:20 Gorn Breeding Sacks 45:50 Instinct vs Spock 46:15 Spock. Are you naked? 46:27 Spike vs Spirk 47:10 Name Drops/Easter Eggs 48:12 Ear Wiggle 49:00 Lu'An is Interesting 49:10 Eye Beam 49:20 That's Uhura 50:20 That Speech 50:44 Starship in the Sky 51:26 General Order One? Screw that. Take me to your leader 51:50 The Beginning Speech and Theme 53:06 There is Trauma and Effect 54:09 Surprise! 54:40 The Power of Possibility 55:00 Runaway! 55:44 Future - The Kids! 56:00 Star Trek is Woke 56:18 Kirk 57:12 Next week: The Andorian? 58:18 Not answering the Phone 59:45 Wrapping up Thanks for listening! Now on Patreon! https://patreon.com/starfleetunderground Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: starfleetunderground.com Twitter: twitter.com/StarfleetUnderG Instagram: instagram.com/starfleetunderground Facebook: facebook.com/starfleetunderground YouTube: www.youtube.com/Qtsy16 #StarTrek #StarTrekPicard #StrangeNewWorlds Explicit
Nguyễn Phan Quế Mai is an award-winning Vietnamese writer whose debut novel The Mountains Sing, published in English in 2020, won the International Book Awards in 2021 and was runner-up in the Dayton Literary Peace Prize. It portrays the lives of four generations of a Vietnamese family enduring many hardships, something she understands well from her own upbringing. In conversation with presenter Felicity Finch, Quế Mai shares her writing process as she works on her second novel Dust Child, which is about Amerasians, children of American military men who were abandoned during The Vietnam War. Meetings with her New York publisher and editor Betsy Gleick help guide her through the many months of development as well as her desire to retain the Vietnamese-ness of her prose.
Ever feel like the life of a business owner is a string of meetings? Even if you don't spend lots of time in meetings, they can still chew a ton of time and often seem like a waste of... well... time! When you're already busy, how on Earth do you fit everything in? Today's guest will show you how to change your meetings and time habits to not only fit more in, but have more free time for... you!
"Hello Everyone, This is KC Broadhead, the editor of this and the Like Dragons Did They Fight Podcast. Today, as this is a Mother's Day episode, I wanted to honor both my mother and grandmother. Both have always been incredible, stalwart, examples of seeking the spirit and trying your best. My mom, Karen, has always been there for me through my best times, cheering me on and lifting me higher, and my worst times, when I have had no hope and felt like nothing could lift me from the depths. Remember your mother. No matter how good or bad they did. I am so blessed to have an incredible mother who I am so close with and love with all my heart. I never get tired of editing her voice as she uses her incredible talent to shine the light for others. I am so grateful for my grandmother who became my companion in physical misery, the person I could relate to, and the person I could think of when I felt at my worst. I love you Mom! I love you Grandma! I hope you enjoy this Mother's Day episode!" --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/motherswhoknow/support
Another exciting Sales on the Rocks episode for all of you! We talk about topics ranging from current events to tips and thoughts on advocacies, ad dependencies, newsletters, performance evaluation, company acquiring, and more!What's in Joey's glass: E. H. Taylor, Jr. Single BarrelWhat's in JJ's glass: Company BourbonThis Cast Covers:Things get political! Here's what you missed from the last SOTR episode (03:28)JJ and Joey give their takes on current events (05:22)Are you a strong advocate? Then walk the walk while you talk the talk (10:02)How Joey and his team got scammed by a previous employee (16:28)Are newsletters for everyone who wants to grow their audiences? (28:02)Do you have a salary goal in mind? Connect the numbers and see how many clients you'd need to get to attain it (29:20)The best way to tap potential clients (31:27)Lead magnets and tactics that had helped Joey build his audience (33:51)On planning meetings: here's how you should create weekly plans for healthy work discussions (36:20)Planning on acquiring an agency? Check out these loans that could help you (42:06)Additional Resources:The Sales Driven AgencyThe Best Damn Agency Mastermind
Meetings are sometimes a necessary evil, but we've got 10 tips for making them more effective and valuable. Some of the responsibility for better meetings rests with its leaders, but participants also have a role to play in making meetings productive and advantageous for everyone. You can get more in-depth information and added details not included in the episode from our show notes. Visit www.staypaidpodcast.com. Connect | Resources FREE e-book: How 5 Top Producers Generate Referrals - https://bit.ly/37SdR8r 0:00 Introduction 2:39 Ensure you have an agenda 4:04 Come to the meeting prepared 4:51 Ensure the meeting has a leader/facilitator 6:20 Participate with questions and comments 8:03 Ensure the right people are in the room 8:45 Assess whether you need to attend a meeting 10:36 Ensure the meetings take no more time than needed 11:29 Show up early 12:48 Ensure action items are assigned and understood 13:54 Commit to completing your action items 17:32 Action Item
It's time for part two of how to clarify your thinking for yourself and others as part of the Get Sh*t Done Wheel (listen to part one). On this episode of the Radical Candor podcast, Kim, Jason and Amy discuss how to use staff meetings and think time as ways to clarify your ideas. Radical Candor Podcast Episode At a Glance An effective staff meeting has three goals: it reviews how things have gone the previous week, allows people to share important updates, and forces the team to clarify the most important decisions and debates for the coming week. That's it. It shouldn't be the place to have debates or make decisions. Your job is to establish a consistent agenda, insist that people stick to it, and corral people who go on for too long or who go off on tangents. Here's the agenda that Kim has found to be most effective: Learn: review key metrics (20 minutes) Listen: put updates in a shared document (15 minutes) Clarify: identify key decisions & debates (30 minutes) In Radical Candor, Kim writes: “In addition to all your regularly planned meetings, people want to talk to you about this or that; urgent matters will arise that you must deal with. When are you supposed to find time to clarify your own thinking, or to help the people who work for you clarify theirs?” “My advice is that you schedule in some ‘Think Time' [on your calendar], and hold that think time sacred. Let people know that they cannot ever schedule over it. Get really, seriously angry if they try. Encourage everyone on your team to do the same.” Radical Candor Podcast Checklist Avoid the fundamental attribution error by focusing on specifics, not attributes. Instead of saying (or thinking) “What an idiot,” be very clear about what went wrong. Try the CORE model — Context, Observation, Result, nExt stEps. Focus on helping the person fix the problem by providing specifics they can act on, rather than criticizing personality traits that they can't alter. A well-run meeting can save you time by alerting you to problems, sharing updates efficiently, and getting you all on the same page about what the week's shared priorities are. Remember, timeboxing is your friend. Take 20 minutes to learn, 15 minutes to listen and 30 minutes to clarify. Schedule Think Time away from your desk. Think Time is a mix of focused thinking and mind-wandering that allows for the kind of problem-solving, creativity and innovative mindset needed to tackle those difficult problems. Try taking a walk and removing distractions.
In episode 44, Coffey talks with Debbie Waggoner about upping your game in one-to-one meetings.They discuss how often one-to-one meetings become transactional; how to prepare leaders to identify insightful questions; why taking into account the personality of the team member is an important factor in picking the best approach and gathering better information; the appropriate times to schedule a session; taking advantage of virtual meetings to allow the team to feel comfortable even when receiving feedback; taking notes as a tool to engage and build trust; the importance of one-to-one meetings with new employees; and skip-level meetings.Good Morning, HR is brought to you by Imperative—premium background checks with fast and friendly service. For more information about our commitment to quality and excellent customer service, visit us at https://imperativeinfo.com. If you are an HRCI or SHRM-certified professional, this episode of Good Morning, HR has been pre-approved for half a recertification credit. To obtain the recertification information for this episode, visit https://goodmorninghr.com.About our Guest:Debbie Waggoner is a Global Learning & Development Consultant, Executive Coach and Facilitatorcombining a broad background of both business and talent management experience. Debbie started the Performance Consulting division of Nodus in 1995 and became President in 2010. Debbie consults with individuals, teams and organizations to improve their performance in the areas ofleadership, teamwork and communication. She has provided services in more than 7 countries and worked with many Fortune 100 companies. As an experienced facilitator delivering results-oriented talent management solutions, Debbie is known for her energetic, engaging and direct style both virtually and in face-to-face environments. Debbie is author of The Connection Blueprint: A leader's guide to a year of one-on-one meetings. Released in September 2020 and available on Amazon.Debbie is an avid reader and loves to cook and travel.Debbie Waggoner can be reached athttps://www.nodus1.com/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/debbiewaggoner1/ About Mike Coffey:Mike Coffey is an entrepreneur, human resources professional, licensed private investigator, and HR consultant.In 1999, he founded Imperative, a background investigations firm helping risk-averse companies make well-informed decisions about the people they involve in their business.Today, Imperative serves hundreds of businesses across the US and, through its PFC Caregiver & Household Screening brand, many more private estates, family offices, and personal service agencies.Mike has been recognized as an Entrepreneur of Excellence and has twice been named HR Professional of the Year. Additionally, Imperative is included in the prestigious Best Places to Work in Texas list and has been named the Texas Association of Business' small business of the year.Mike is a member of the Fort Worth chapter of the Entrepreneurs' Organization and volunteers with the SHRM Texas State Council.Mike maintains his certification as a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) through the HR Certification Institute. He is also a SHRM Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP).Mike lives in Fort Worth with his very patient wife. He practices yoga and maintains a keto diet, about both of which he will gladly tell you way more than you want to know.Learning Objectives:1. Identify the purpose of one-to-one meetings2. Prepare insightful questions and follow ups that lead to efficient communication3. Understand the benefits of adapting different approaches when conducting one-to-one meetings
May the 4th be with you on this episode of RealAg Radio! On today’s episode, which was recorded live and brought to you by Federated Co-op Limited (FCL), you’ll hear: Marie-Claude Bibeau, Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, on the federal-provincial-territorial (FPT) meetings that finished up earlier this week; Lane Christiansen, with a FCL product... Read More
May the 4th be with you on this episode of RealAg Radio! On today’s episode, which was recorded live and brought to you by Federated Co-op Limited (FCL), you’ll hear: Marie-Claude Bibeau, Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, on the federal-provincial-territorial (FPT) meetings that finished up earlier this week; Lane Christiansen, with a FCL product... Read More
As a shy introvert, I have had to build my public speaking skills and confidence from scratch. In fact, one of my jobs involved training other people on their presentation skills - so if you struggle with confidence when it comes to public speaking, this episode is for you. I will give you my go-to techniques and tips for speaking with confidence in meetings, presentations - and any other type of event. You will learn how to look more confident, control your voice and focus on the material at hand - building your confidence when speaking in meetings or presenting and improving your communication skills. Build confidence with affirmations: Self-Worth Strengthening Affirmations and Gratitude Prompts - https://www.stereotypebreakers.com/self-worth-strengthening-affirmations-and-gratitude-prompts/ Affirmations for Cultivating a Growth Mindset - https://www.stereotypebreakers.com/affirmations-for-cultivating-growth-mindset Build Confidence Learning How to Code - https://www.stereotypebreakers.com/build-confidence-learning-to-code The Ted Talk that I've mentioned: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a2MR5XbJtXU&t Sign up to our newsletter: https://www.stereotypebreakers.com/newsletter Watch this podcast on YouTube: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLsYzP5nt6Y2YpR0SZesxyAaOv9tGYwZoZ Let us know if you have any ideas/comments by tagging us in your post on social media! ✨
Extra Points' Matt Brown is joined by D1.ticker's Bryan Fischer from hot and sunny Arizona to discuss the latest from spring conference meetings and a host of other NCAA issues. Plus, don't forget you can get 15% off your Homefield Apparel order by using the promo code EXTRAPOINTS. You can also sign up for D1.ticker at https://www.d1ticker.com and check out Collegiate Sports Connect at https://csconnect.live/sign-up.
As many of you know, Elon Musk just recently acquired Twitter for 44 billion dollars. In this episode I explore all things Elon with my dear friend and business partner, Jason Kitamura. From Tesla, to SpaceX, from Robots, to Neuralink, Artificial Intelligence, and the future of humanity. This was a fun one and my mind is blown away by the world we live. The pinnacle for human innovation used to be a good crop yield, now Elon Musk is set on making humans an interplanetary species. This is no longer Hollywood, this is real life.@Jay.Kitamura@zacharyxbrown@mindmeetings
If you want to be upwardly mobile in your career, you have to master visibility. Visibility means that you're speaking up enough in meetings for your boss and the leaders around you to remember you and get to know you. The more visible you become, the more your reputation builds and the faster you accelerate in your career. In today's episode, I'm walking you through why it's so important to get more visible, and helping you begin to overcome some of the internal obstacles that might prevent you from speaking up and getting super visible in those meeting rooms. I hope you enjoy this episode! To grab my free video course, The Beginner's Guide to Powerful Communication, head to: http://jessguzikcoaching.com/freeresources Thank you SO much for tuning in. XO Jess
For 18 seasons, “Deadliest Catch” has been one of the most popular reality series' on television…and this season has been particularly interesting since Alaska shut down the King Crab season and everyone is scrambling for what to do to save their livelihoods. And over the years, one of the favorite subjects of the show is the captain of the Summer Bay, “Wild” Bill Wichrowski…and we caught up with this morning to find out what the future holds for him, the industry and the show…oh and in his 2nd love, NASCAR!
Treat Video Meetings With Respect | Riderflex - Recruiting & Sourcing Remember the days when everyone used to gather in a conference room to have a weekly meeting? The meeting had a scheduled time and location. Everyone was expected to make the meeting on time and contribute accordingly. Most companies have moved to remote or virtual work, which has now moved meetings to virtual options. However, the same rules apply. Dress appropriately. Contribute accordingly. And most importantly…be on time. Just because it's virtual doesn't mean people should show less respect meetings. https://youtu.be/iNtwmm4KYWo CEO, Steve Urban, shares important advice on why treating virtual meetings with respect should be expected. Hear more great advice: https://www.youtube.com/c/Riderflex Top Executive Recruiting Firm - https://riderflex.com/ Riderflex - Recruiting & Consulting is a national, Colorado based, premier headhunter, RPO and employment agency; recruiting and searching the top talent for staffing your teams. #respect #meetings #timemanagement #podcast #ColoradoRecruitingFirm #TopExecutiveRecruitingFirm #staffingagencycolorado #employmentagencydenver #headhunter #staffingfirm #Denver #Colorado #National #Riderflex --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/riderflex/support
Harley Miller is the Founder and Managing Partner @ Left Lane Capital, one of the fastest-growing growth equity firms of the last five years. Just yesterday, Left Lane announced the closing of their new fund taking their AUM to over $2BN with an early portfolio including M1 Finance, Masterworks, Choco, GoStudent, to name a few. Prior to founding Left Lane, Harley spent over 9 years at Insight Partners investing in the likes of DeliveryHero, HelloFresh, N26, Calm, Udemy and many more breakout companies. In Today's Episode with Harley Miller You Will Learn: 1.) Origins into Venture: How Harley made his way into the world of venture with his first role at Insight? What were Harley's biggest lessons and takeaways from 10 years at Insight? 2.) Left Lane: Fundraising What are harley's biggest takeaways on fundraising from speaking to 2,500 LPs for Left Lane I? With that experience in mind, what advice does Harley give to other first time fund managers on what it takes to raise successfully? How did the Left Lane pitch to LPs change over time? What worked? What did not work? With the benefit of hindsight, what fundraising elements would Harley have done differently? 3.) Left Lane: Firm Building What are the hardest elements of building a firm today? How did Harley navigate the transition from investor to fund manager? What was challenging? What is Harley's biggest advice to young people in venture looking to scale their career fast? What are 1-2 core inputs aspiring VCs should focus on as they build their career? 4.) Left Lane: Investing and Consumer How does Harley approach portfolio construction with the new fund? How does Harley think through outcome scenario planning and ownership requirements with the new fund? How does Harley think traditional growth equity models can be applied to consumer investing? What will Left Lane be in 20 years? What firm does Harley want to build? Item's Mentioned In Today's Episode with Harley Miller Harley's Most Recent Investment: Masterworks
Episode page: https://markgraban.com/mistake162 My guests for Episode #162 of the My Favorite Mistake podcast are Dr. Joseph A. Allen and Karin M. Reed. They are the authors of the book SUDDENLY HYBRID: Managing the Modern Meeting. Their previous book was SUDDENLY VIRTUAL: Making Remote Meetings Work. KARIN M. REED is CEO of Speaker Dynamics. She is an Emmy award-winning broadcast journalist and now focuses on helping business professionals to be confident communicators on any platform? in person, on camera, or through virtual communication tools. JOSEPH A. ALLEN, PHD, is a Professor of Industrial and Organizational Psychology at the University of Utah. His research focus is on the study of workplace meetings, organizational community engagement, and occupational safety and health. Sharing their “favorite mistake” stories, Karin talks about a time early in her television news career, where a technical mishap taught her to always have a “Plan B.” Why was Joe surprised that he wasn't getting honest feedback about his writing, and what did that teach him about not taking expertise for granted? We also talk about questions and topics including: Mistakes with virtual meetings? Is it a mistake to keep your camera off? What is a hybrid meeting or the hybrid workplace? Mistakes that people or organizations make with hybrid? Tips and tricks to be inclusive to all participants in the room, on video, on the phone etc.? Technology to solve the room webcam camera problem? When the video is imperative in a virtual or hybrid meeting and when it's not? Non-verbals in a hybrid meeting? Strategies to combat video fatigue and multitasking? --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/favorite-mistake/support
00:56 How video calls can reduce creativityAs a result of the pandemic, workers around the world have become accustomed to meeting colleagues online. To find out if this switch from face-to-face meetings came at a cost to creativity, a team compared the number of ideas generated by workers collaborating either online, or in-person. They showed that people meeting virtually produced fewer creative ideas than those working face-to-face, and suggest that when it comes to idea generation maybe it's time to turn the camera off.Research article: Brucks & LevavNews and Views: Virtual collaboration hinders idea generationVideo: Why video calls are bad for brainstorming08:08 Research HighlightsFragments from an ancient pyramid suggest earliest known use of a Maya calendar, and how sweet snacks could damage rare iguanas' metabolism.Research Highlight: Deer symbol hints at early adoption of Maya calendarResearch Highlight: Tourists' sweet treats threaten rare iguanas' health10:34 Fish skin reveals a new type of cell divisionResearchers looking at the skin cells of zebrafish have discovered a new type of cell division, which doesn't require DNA replication. DNA is usually essential for healthy cells, but the researchers think this puzzling finding may be a temporary measure to help the fish produce skin more rapidly during growth spurts.Research article: Chan et al.News and Views: Stretched skin cells divide without DNA replicationVideo: A new kind of cell division16:59 Briefing ChatWe discuss some highlights from the Nature Briefing. This time, how laser-equipped submarines could help analyse gelatinous animals' anatomy, and a push for a flagship mission to Uranus.The New Yorker: Shedding Light on Untouchable Sea CreaturesNature: Next stop, Uranus? Icy planet tops priority list for next big NASA missionSubscribe to Nature Briefing, an unmissable daily round-up of science news, opinion and analysis free in your inbox every weekday. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.