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The Collaboration Superpowers Podcast
KASSY LABORIE is a Virtual Learning Expert specializing in developing trainers and virtual classroom strategies. In the new edition of her book, Interact And Engage! 75+ Activities for Virtual Training, Meetings, and Webinars, Kassy (and her co-author, Tom) provide practical tools for igniting online events and virtual training through the use of well-designed, facilitated activities. With over 75 activities given in easy-to-use, recipe format, the guide can be both read through initially and then used as a reference later. There is a wealth of essential tips and advice in addition to the activities, but the activities differentiate this book from other virtual training, meetings, and webinar business books. For more stories of remote teams doing great things, visit https://www.collaborationsuperpowers.com
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(3:00) FSU lands coveted WR Keon Coleman (15:00) Corey pushes back on ACC revenue tweaks (23:00) Coach Lonni Alameda joins the show to discuss FSU's success and their #3 seed https://mybookie.website/JoinwithWARCHANT (48:00) Pulled from YouTube - Ira Schoffel on ACC Spring Meetings Music: P. Diddy - Bad Boy for Life Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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5/18/23 H1: Coleman Commitment, Ira Schoffel joins to Recap ACC Meetings Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Jim Phillips ACC Commissioner Press Conference | ACC Meetings Jim Phillips addresses the media at the 2023 ACC meetings Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On The Bench: An FSU football podcast
From The Magnificent Seven to playing nice, the tone of the ACC Spring Meetings was very different from Day 1 to Day 2. Did Florida State get what it wanted out of talks regrading a redistribution of money among the conference? On The Bench does a quick recap on the 'drama' from the ACC meetings and what it means for FSU's athletic program, as well as conference realignment hopes, moving forward. You can subscribe to On The Bench, X's and Noles, and Beyond The Bench on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts and Spotify. As always, five-star reviews and comments on Apple Podcasts are appreciated! Also, you can watch the show on YouTube now. We'll do live streams as well, and you can get notifications on when we're live by subscribing to our YouTube channel. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Mike Norvell Interview | ACC Meetings Mike Norvell speaks to the media at the 2023 ACC meetings Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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Seminole Wrap: A Florida State Football Podcast
The Florida State Seminoles seem to have a boatload of offensive firepower at their disposal and, this week, the rich got richer with the addition of 2021 blue-chip wide receiver Destyn Hill. The former top 150 recruit was part of the 2021 recruiting class but didn't make it to campus... that is until now. In this episode of the Seminole Wrap podcast, Brian Pellerin, Jon Marchant and Max Escarpio take a look at what he can add to this skill player group plus a look into some new post-spring football power rankings from ESPN and USA Today that are only going to drive the Florida State hype train for 2023 up a notch. Also, FSU athletic director Michael Alford spent the weekend again talking about the need for change in the ACC's revenue structure — something he did two months ago on the show — before he heads to the ACC spring meetings this week. The show dives into what leverage Alford and his fellow ACC members have to get the deal done. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this podcast we cover: The importance of execution. Staff conferences. Rest. Locations of command posts. If you like the Elevate Construction podcast, please subscribe for free and you'll never miss an episode. And if you really like the Elevate Construction podcast, I'd appreciate you telling a friend (Maybe even two
Low Bottom/High Rise with Moira Kucaba
Here is why I still go to recovery meetings each week. First of all, there is no one way to get sober! This is only my experience. Personally, I will always go to meetings. I got sober in 1999 at 21 years old. It was a very dark, suicidal, rock bottom and a long, humbling journey to now. As mentioned, the journey of recovery is different for everyone. For me, the 12 steps are a beautiful, spiritual process that I think would honestly benefit most people, recovery or not. These principles and meetings are my anchor and I truly don't think I would be sober for the past 23 years without them. My episode about my in depth recovery story: https://open.spotify.com/episode/7o2Vc7KtSdBhdCTV6iiBQX?si=18891bbf4c19453c
In this episode, The Medium in the Middle shares a story of a distance reiki session that turned into a mediumship exchange. Stephanie delivered messages and received messages from her grandparents. Another example of Spirit creeping back into her life! Tune in for a beautiful message exchange. Register for Reiki & Chakras 101 - live virtual workshop on June 4th (replay included) REGISTER HERE Book an appointment with Medium in the Middle for Distance Reiki, PSYCH-K: https://www.themediuminthemiddle.com Register for Usui Reiki Level One Course in July: https://www.themediuminthemiddle.com/reiki-level-one To purchase the replay of past Meetings in the Middle Workshops, click here: https://www.themediuminthemiddle.com/meeting-in-the-middle Follow along on social media: https://www.facebook.com/mediuminthemiddle/ https://www.instagram.com/mediuminthemiddle/ *Reminder I only have one IG account, and I will never DM you for money. All business is done on my website.
Dan Nathan and Deidre Bosa, host of CNBC Tech Check, discuss the commoditization of FinTech companies like PayPal (2:00), and Google I/O 2023 (11:30). Dan sits down with Rick Heitzmann of FirstMark Capital to discuss takeaways from tech earnings (20:15), venture debt (26:00), the next big thing in tech (33:30), the consumer (38:45), and where we are in the economic environment (41:30). Later, Dan is joined by Trevor Marshall, CTO at Current, to discuss Apple launching a savings account (49:00), his product roadmap (57:00), and competition in the FinTech space (59:45). View our show notes here Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any feedback, suggestions, or questions for us to answer on the pod and follow us @OkayComputerPod. We're on social: Follow Dan Nathan @RiskReversal on Twitter Follow @GuyAdami on Twitter Follow us on Instagram @RiskReversalMedia Subscribe to our YouTube page
In this episode, we explore the art of gathering and its importance in our lives with Priya Parker, facilitator, strategic advisor, and author of "The Art of Gathering: How We Meet and Why it Matters". Priya shares her belief that gathering is a creative act and how the pandemic has impacted the way we gather. We dive into the importance of intention in creating meaningful gatherings and how to be a good guest. Plus, we explore ways to up the value and meaning of gatherings. Whether you're a host or a guest, this episode is sure to inspire you to think about the power of gathering and how you can make your next gathering more intentional and meaningful. Priya Parker is a facilitator, strategic advisor, and author of "The Art of Gathering: How We Meet and Why it Matters". With 20 years of experience guiding leaders and groups through complicated conversations, Parker brings a wealth of knowledge to her work. She is trained in conflict resolution and lives in Brooklyn with her family. If you're looking to up your gathering game, this episode is for you. Priya shares insights on how to create meaningful gatherings that are both intentional and impactful. We explore the impact of the pandemic on gathering and how we can adapt to this new reality. Priya emphasizes the importance of being a good guest and how to show up fully in a gathering. Plus, we dive into the future of gathering and how we can make our gatherings more meaningful and impactful. Some highlights we explore: The impact of the pandemic on gathering: "When you are not together in the same building, how you actually run your virtual meetings is all you have to shape culture. What you do is what people think this place is." The power of intention in creating meaningful gatherings: "The key to creating a meaningful gathering is to have a clear intention.” She explains how setting an intention can help to create a shared sense of purpose and create a more meaningful experience for everyone involved." How to be a good guest. Priya discusses the importance of being a good guest and how to show up fully in a gathering. She emphasizes the importance of being present, showing gratitude, and participating fully in the experience. The art of creating: Priya emphasizes the importance of creating intentional and meaningful gatherings to create a sense of togetherness and community. The future of gathering: The way we gather is changing, and we discuss the future of gathering and how we can adapt to this new reality. She emphasizes the importance of creating psychological togetherness and mastering the skill of creating collective meaning for people. Enjoy!
A big complaint in most companies is the amount of time wasted in meetings. If that's been your experience, too, this episode is a must-listen. Amy Casciotti, Vice President of Human Resources at TechSmith Corporation, explains how they've created an innovative approach that's eliminated the need for people to meet at the same time. You'll learn how their Async-First environment has saved time and increased productivity.TechSmith is a software company with a mission to empower people to create remarkable videos and images that help share knowledge and information. Amy is focused on being an advocate for both the company and its employees to ensure TechSmith and its staff have the skills needed to continue to move the company and employee engagement forward. Meredith and her team have used their products, Camtasia and SnagIt, for more than 15 years and are huge fans! You'll discover: TechSmith's top 4 values and how they are practiced by everyone, starting with the CEOThe difference between synchronous and asynchronous meetingsWhat Amy and her team did to move people to a “No Meetings” mindsetHow people now use videos to convey information that use to be presented in meetingsHow the company practices “Put People First” with employees and customers alikeCheck out all the episodesLeave a review on Apple PodcastsConnect with Meredith on LinkedInFollow Meredith on TwitterDownload the free ebook Listen Like a Pro
Not regularly meeting with your sales team is essentially giving up on where your business is going. Meetings are the place to make changes in your company, and not having them will keep your business stagnant. In today's episode, Tim builds on previous episodes of the Building a Framework of Sales Management series by discussing how to run a regular sales meeting. In this episode, you'll learn: How frequently sales meetings should be held (and how long each meeting should be). What meeting invites must contain if you want genuine buy-in (and other tips to making meetings something all team members look forward to). Why making time to air grievances in meetings is crucial (and how consistency is key to making this productive). As we near the end of this series, you should be able to take away at least something from each episode to help your business's sales management go from being defensive to offensive. Listen to this episode to learn how to run regular sales meetings—one of the most important yet overlooked steps. Access the WhyFire Sales Accelerator Sign Up For The Fire Time Workshop Support The Fire Time Podcast Financially Click Here to Join The Fire Time Network
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Scott Roussel is joined by college football experts John Brice and Zach Barnett to discuss last week's football operations meetings, Baby Gronk and sports betting on college campuses. Yes, the Baby Gronk discussion is everything you want it to be and more.
Lead to Win with Michael Hyatt
Marisa Eikenberry and Wayne Turmel tackle more pet peeves sent in by listeners, including one from @NikSoro about the annoyance of receiving messages without checking someone's Slack status. The hosts discuss strategies for managing notifications, setting boundaries, and communicating effectively in virtual teams. They also delve into a topic from Nola Simon on webcam usage in virtual meetings and explore the psychology behind camera-on versus camera-off meetings. Whether you're a remote worker or a team leader, this episode offers practical advice on how to navigate common communication challenges and build a more productive and supportive virtual work environment. Tune in to learn how to balance availability and focus, manage expectations, and foster respectful communication in your remote team. Key Takeaways Checking someone's Slack status before sending a message can help you respect their boundaries and avoid unnecessary interruptions. Setting boundaries, such as turning off notifications during specific hours or using an icon in your status to indicate when you're away from your desk, can help you manage distractions and increase your productivity. Respecting others' needs and preferences is essential for building trust and fostering healthy communication in virtual teams. Using a webcam during virtual meetings can enhance connection and collaboration, but it's important to be mindful of the potential for webcam fatigue and to respect individual preferences for camera-on or camera-off meetings. Effective communication in virtual teams requires discipline, initiative, and a commitment to living one's values. By setting clear expectations, managing distractions, and respecting others' needs, remote workers and team leaders can build a more productive and supportive virtual work environment. Timestamps 00:00:00 Intro 00:01:36 When People Don't Check Slack Statuses Before Messaging 00:03:03 Respectful Communication and Responsiveness 00:07:23 Managing Slack Messages and Video Conferencing Pet Peeves 00:08:54 Benefits of Turning On Cameras During Meetings 00:11:07 Importance of Webcam Functionality in Meetings 00:12:35 Coaching Conversation: The 51% Rule 00:14:11 Conclusion Related Episodes When Should You Turn Off Your Webcam? – Ask Wayne Anything Remote Work Rants: Venting Our Pet Peeves Crucial Conversations: Navigating Communication Boundaries in the New Age of Remote Work Additional Resources Is it Okay to Turn Off Your Webcam? Should You Mandate the Webcam? How NOT to Drive Everyone Crazy on Slack Teaching Remote Teammates How to Work with You Learn more about Wayne Turmel Email Wayne Turmel Connect with Wayne Turmel on LinkedIn Learn more about Marisa Eikenberry Email Marisa Eikenberry Connect with Marisa Eikenberry on LinkedIn Purchase a copy of The Long-Distance Leader Purchase a copy of The Long-Distance Teammate Purchase a copy of The Long-Distance Team The Kevin Eikenberry Group Want us to answer one of your questions? Contact Us! Order The Long-Distance Team Remote leadership experts, Kevin Eikenberry and Wayne Turmel, help leaders navigate the new world of remote and hybrid teams to design the culture they desire for their teams and organizations in their new book! https://longdistanceteambook.com/ View the full transcript and show notes: https://longdistanceworklife.com/remote-work-rants-should-you-turn-your-camera-on-for-every-meeting/
Your Morning Show's War Of The Roses
Maggie and Kyle have been dating for a little over two years and are both teachers. They both teach at different schools, but Kyle's school is on the way to Maggie's so she usually drops him off when she goes to work. Kyle teaches at an elementary school and Maggie teaches science at a middle school, but for the past few weeks Maggie hasn't been picking up Kyle because Kyle has said he's had department meetings every day and she's confused as to why because it's the end of the year. At the same time, Maggie has noticed that when she drops Kyle off that he's pretty quiet and has told Maggie he's on his phone to prepare notes for a sub. Maggie got suspicious so she asked her friend who teaches at the same school as Kyle and her friend told her Kyle hasn't been at any of their meetings for the past few months.We call Kyle pretending to offer him an award for teaching that includes a dinner for two and a bouquet of flowers and when we ask him who he wants to bring and send the flowers to, Kyle asks if we can send them to someone named Rachel who is a mother of one of his students. Find out what‘s really going on in today's all NEW War of the Roses!
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Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS
Clay Clark Testimonials | "Clay Clark Has Helped Us to Grow from 2 Locations to Now 6 Locations. Clay Has Done a Great Job Helping Us to Navigate Anything That Has to Do with Running the Business, Building the System, the Workflows, to Buy Property." - Charles Colaw (Learn More Charles Colaw and Colaw Fitness Today HERE: www.ColawFitness.com) See the Thousands of Success Stories and Millionaires That Clay Clark Has Coached to Success HERE: https://www.thrivetimeshow.com/testimonials/ Learn More About Attending the Highest Rated and Most Reviewed Business Workshops On the Planet Hosted by Clay Clark In Tulsa, Oklahoma HERE: https://www.thrivetimeshow.com/business-conferences/ Download A Millionaire's Guide to Become Sustainably Rich: A Step-by-Step Guide to Become a Successful Money-Generating and Time-Freedom Creating Business HERE: www.ThrivetimeShow.com/Millionaire See Thousands of Actual Client Success Stories from Real Clay Clark Clients Today HERE: https://www.thrivetimeshow.com/testimonials/
This week on Salt City Cinema- I am please to have my old friend Duane Anderson - Director, Writer, Producer, and Film Instructor at UVU - on the show to talk about the local independent film spirit as well as his new short film 30 MEETINGS/30 DAYS, which is currently making the festival rounds and will drop soon on streaming! Check it out!Duane Anderson - https://www.youtube.com/@duanemakesmoviesVisit The Cultworthy! thecultworthy.comComing Soon to SLC - The Zepstone International Film Fest! https://www.zepstonemedia.com/zepstone-film-festival
This episode is presented by Old Grouch's Military Surplus -- In an exclusive report, the Wall Street Journal details previously-unknown various meetings between Jeffrey Epstein and high profile officials and luminaries such as the director of the CIA, an Obama White House lawyer, and Noam Chomsky. Get exclusive content here!: https://thepetekalinershow.com/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Hello, and welcome to Beauty and the Biz where we talk about the business and marketing side of plastic surgery, and how Dr. Kontis is the 2nd female president of AAFPRS. I'm your host, Catherine Maley, author of Your Aesthetic Practice – What your patients are saying, as well as consultant to plastic surgeons, to get them more patients, more profits and stellar reputations. Now, today's episode is called "2nd Female President of AAFPRS — with Theda C. Kontis, MD". I had the privilege to interview Dr. Theda Kontis, a facial plastic & reconstructive surgeon in a private, multi-surgeon practice in Baltimore, MD. Dr. Kontis has been very active in the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery for the past 30 years and was recently elected to serve as the AAFPRS president, making her the 2nd women to hold that title. We talked about her vision for the Academy under her presidency and the challenge of juggling her duties there, while also managing a big practice with multiple surgeons and lots of staff. She also shared her opinions on private equity, the change she has noticed in cosmetic patients' attitudes, as well as staff tips to keep turnover at bay. Visit Dr. Kontis' website P.S. Please review!
This week: The mayor of New Bedford wants the city to be a little more beautiful. Cape officials are leaning in to the Blue Economy. And: town meetings and town meetings and town meetings—it must be spring!
18 Summers: Candid Conversations About Family
Today, we'll uncover the story of Eric Rozenberg and how his family was able to execute an empowering transition from a Jewish cultural background migrating to a new country with young children. Grasp the different approaches to raising your kids, embodying adaptability, and understanding the social world, so tune in and take action! Key takeaways to listen for The significance of passing down your family's history and roots What challenges does the Jewish population face in today's politics Challenges the Jewish community is facing in today's politics Ways to raise social awareness and critical thinking for children Actions that you can apply in aiding your family's cultural transition 3 advice in strengthening your plans and adaptability to change Resources mentioned in this episode BMMA Before It's Too Late by Eric Rozenberg | Kindle, Paperback and Hardcover Meeting At C-Level by Eric Rozenberg | Hardcover About Eric Rozenberg Eric Rozenberg is an acquisition entrepreneur, trusted advisor, speaker, podcaster, and Amazon bestselling author twice. Eric has helped thousands of entrepreneurs grow and manage their business better. He aims to inspire people with integrity and honesty, help them take action, get results, and develop their businesses and life. For two decades in their previous life, Eric has consulted with Fortune 500 companies and produced award-winning sales meetings, incentive trips, product launches, and conferences in more than 50 countries across diverse industries. He believes organizations must create gatherings and events that are not only breathtakingly memorable but which bring corporate strategies to life and amplify team motivation/performance. His podcast, The Business of Meetings, is the first podcast in the Meetings & amp; Events Industry dedicated to business owners. Every Tuesday, listeners learn something new they can apply in their business and get inspired by amazing guests. His first book, Meeting at C-Level, is the first book on the « Why ? » of a meeting. It has been endorsed by 20 of the most influential corporate and association leaders and helps professionals position themselves as a strategic partner. His second book, Before It's Too Late, A Love Letter to My Daughters and America, is a story of grit, perseverance, and courage. It describes why and how he and his wife brought their daughters to America and why it is the greatest country on Earth. Eric is a current member of the Entrepreneurs Organization (EO – www.eonetwork.org) and The Strategic Forum (www.thestrategicforum.com ). He also serves on the Board of Trustees of the Demoucelle Parkinson Foundation in Belgium (http://www.demoucelle.com/charity/how-we-are/the-board/ ) and was the first European to serve as Chairman of the International Board of Meetings Professional International (MPI), the largest professional association in the Meetings and Events Industry. Connect with Eric Rozenberg LinkedIn: Eric Rozenberg Podcast: The Business of Meetings | Spotify Connect with Us To learn more about us, visit our website at www.18summers.com or email us at email@example.com. To get a copy of our book “The Family Board Meeting,” click here. Subscribe to 18 Summers Podcast and leave a rating and written review! Social Media Channels Facebook Group: 18 Summers LinkedIn: Jimmy Sheils Instagram: @18summerstribe
In this episode of the Wise Decision Maker Show, Dr. Gleb Tsipursky speaks with Meg Healey Madison, VP of HR at Shure, about why meeting equity is key for successful hybrid meetings.You can learn about Shure at www.shure.com
Could moths' hearing be the key to figuring out how to localize sound with tiny microphones? How do we prevent rocket launch noise from damaging the ship's payload? Is it possible for algorithms to account for microphone arrays that don't stay in a rigid structure? These are some questions considered by Acoustical Society students who won the latest round of the POMA Student Paper Competition from the 183nd meeting of the ASA. In this episode, we interview the three competition winners, Lara Díaz-García, Mara Salut Escarti-Guillem, and Kanad Sarkar, about their research. Associated papers: Lara Díaz-García, Andrew Reid, Joseph Jackson-Camargo, and James Windmill. “Directional passive acoustic structures inspired by the ear of Achroia grisella.” Proc. Mtgs. Acoust 50, 032001 (2022) doi: https://doi.org/10.1121/2.0001715Mara Salut Escarti-Guillem, Luis M. Garcia-Raffi, Sergio Hoyas, and Oliver Gloth. “Assessment of Computational Fluid Dynamics acoustic prediction accuracy and deflector impact on launch aero-acoustic environment.” Proc. Mtgs. Acoust 50, 040001 (2022) doi: https://doi.org/10.1121/2.0001716Kanad Sarkar, Manan Mittal, Ryan Corey, Andrew Singer. “Measuring and Exploiting the Locally Linear Mapping between Relative Transfer Functions and Array deformations.” Proc. Mtgs. Acoust 50, 055001 (2022) doi: https://doi.org/10.1121/2.0001707 Find out how to enter the Student Paper Competition for the latest meeting. Read more from Proceedings of Meetings on Acoustics (POMA).Learn more about Acoustical Society of America Publications. Music Credit: Min 2019 by minwbu from Pixabay. https://pixabay.com/?utm_source=link-attribution&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=music&utm_content=1022
Breaking Points with Krystal and Saagar
Krystal and Saagar discuss the Drone attacks in Russia and a CNN guest claiming it was a False Flag operation, US preps Ukraine with Nuclear attack sensors, Another Bank "Pac West" on the verge of collapse, Biden may declare Debt Ceiling unconstitutional, AOC and Matt Gaetz team up on a Stock Ban for Congress, Bill Gates caught again with Epstein along other multi millionaires, the Media says "Biden Debate Push' is only coming from the right wing, Krystal looks into a shocking report that 10 year olds were found working at McDonalds, Saagar looks into the Presidential Debate Commission, guest Ben Smith from Semafor comes to talk about his new book "Traffic" as well as the media apocalypse occurring in 2010 digital media. To become a Breaking Points Premium Member and watch/listen to the show uncut and 1 hour early visit: https://breakingpoints.supercast.com/ To listen to Breaking Points as a podcast, check them out on Apple and Spotify Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/breaking-points-with-krystal-and-saagar/id1570045623 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/4Kbsy61zJSzPxNZZ3PKbXl Merch: https://breaking-points.myshopify.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Do your children remember their past lives? Do they ever speak of "last time they were alive"? Do they speak to past loved ones who passed before they were born? This episode was inspired by an internet feed of people's children's reporting things about their past lives or before they were born or the last time they were alive. So interesting! Register for Reiki & Chakras 101 - live virtual workshop on June 4th REGISTER HERE Book an appointment with Medium in the Middle for Distance Reiki, PSYCH-K: https://www.themediuminthemiddle.com Register for Reiki Level One in June (one spot left!!) https://www.themediuminthemiddle.com/reiki-level-one To purchase the replay of past Meetings in the Middle Workshops, click here: https://www.themediuminthemiddle.com/meeting-in-the-middle Follow along on social media: https://www.facebook.com/mediuminthemiddle/ https://www.instagram.com/mediuminthemiddle/
Does your calendar look like a game of Tetris, meetings on top of meetings from Monday to Friday? Or do you cringe when someone pops a meeting invite into the middle of your deep work afternoon? Now, how would you feel if you had a whole day of your schedule totally cleared? Today's episode explores the promises and problems with implementing a No Meeting Day for your team.Debater Rani Shah is a superfan of the practice and has been doing No Meeting Days for years. She's supported by Dr. Vijay Pereira, who shares his research on how No Meeting Days can boost autonomy and decrease feelings of micromanagement. New debater Deb Lao joins to argue against the practice, supported by meeting expert Mamie Kanfer Stewart who pitches some alternative ways to solve your meeting woes.
After spending years researching and teaching behavioral economics and household finance at Harvard University, the University of Pennsylvania Wharton School and the University of Chicago, Brigitte C. Madrian accepted a position as the ninth dean of the Marriott School of Business at Brigham Young University. She brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to this episode of the Church News podcast, discussing the importance of faith-based education, ethics and empathy in economics and business, and the positive influence of BYU. The Church News Podcast is a weekly podcast that invites listeners to make a journey of connection with members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints across the globe. Host Sarah Jane Weaver, reporter and editor for The Church News for a quarter-century, shares a unique view of the stories, events, and most important people who form this international faith. With each episode, listeners are asked to embark on a journey to learn from one another and ponder, “What do I know now?” because of the experience. Produced by KellieAnn Halvorsen.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Inclusive Education Project Podcast
As a much-needed tangent from our eligibility series, today's topic is manifestation determination meetings. We have mentioned it in previous episodes in passing, but we will take a closer look in today's episode. We will discuss what it is, how it relates to eligibility, and what it means for schools and parents. Join us to learn more!Show Highlights:What the law says about misbehavior and manifestation determination of a student with an IEPWhy a manifestation determination meeting is essentially another kind of IEP meetingWhy an assessment should be done prior to a manifestation determination meeting to evaluate the student's history, circumstances, etc. How behaviors should be evaluated in terms of the child's disabilities, regardless of their eligibility categoryWhat the law allows school districts to do in determining if a behavior is a manifestation of the student's disabilityHow the manifestation determination meeting can lead to a new placement for the child and/or expulsionWhat parents should do when in crisis about their IEP student's behaviorLinks/Resources:Contact us on social media or through our website for more information on the IEP Learning Center: www.inclusiveeducationproject.org Thank you for listening! Don't forget to SUBSCRIBE to the show to receive every new episode delivered straight to your podcast player every Tuesday.If you enjoyed this episode and believe in our message, then please help us get the word out about this podcast. Rate and Review this show on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher Radio, or Google Play. It helps other listeners find this show.Be sure to connect with us and reach out with any questions/concerns:FacebookInstagram–We are doing videos on Instagram, so connect with us there and send us your questions!TwitterIEP websiteEmail us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Adding a video element to your end-of-year evaluations can be a simple, effective, and wow-inducing approach to displaying student progress. This episode is a replay of episode 021 - A Simple, Effective, and Magical Element for Student Evaluations. For the rest of the show notes, including the links mentioned, [CLICK HERE]. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/piano-pantry-podcast/message
WDAY First News anchors Lisa Budeau, Scott Engen and Dillon Vogt break down the news you need for Tuesday, May 2, 2023. InForum Minute is produced by Forum Communications and brought to you by reporters from The Forum of Fargo-Moorhead and WDAY TV. Visit https:www.inforum.com/subscribe to subscribe.
This episode is the second in our occasional “About Us” series, where we feature members of the Psychedelic Grad team. In this episode, Gabby sits down with Andrew Mcmillian, the Community Meetings Organizer at Psychedelic Grad. We talk about Andrew's experiences in research labs at the University of South Florida (USF) while earning his Bachelor's Degree in Psychology. We reflect on some lessons he learned from transcribing interviews and handing out flyers for Gabby's (Psychedelic Grad co-founder and Curious to Serious co-host) dissertation research. Finally, we discuss Andrew's future in psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy and his interest in working with indigenous populations in Alaska. Time Stamps: (2:40) Andrew's role at the Community Meetings Organizer at Psychedelic Grad (3:35) Research experiences at USF (9:55) Working towards a career in psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy (16:14) Additional training as an EMT to bridge the time between his undergraduate degree and graduate degrees (21:24) Last thoughts for listeners: Look into studying psychedelics in Alaska with Andrew (22:08) Contact information Links: Crisis Center of Tampa Bay EMT Apprenticeship Program: https://www.crisiscenter.com/transcare-uma/ Insta: mac_millan Email: email@example.com To learn more about Psychedelic Grad or to join our newsletter, go to https://www.psychedelicgrad.com/ To donate and support Psychedelic Grad: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/psygrad Music by: https://www.alexkahnmusic.com/ Presented by Psychedelic Grad.
Whether you are a seasoned professional, parent, or brand new to the field, IEP meetings are a reality when it comes to school based settings. With over 20 years of experience, I have 5 top tips to keep you positive, prepared, and confident no matter the tone of the meeting. Have your special education director or administrator present - Sometimes lawyers and advocates are going to attend the meeting, in that event, make sure you have support on your side beyond your building principal.Complete a robust assessment AND/OR be comfortable with most recent assessment - Check out my prior episode on assessments like the PFA, Rossetti, VB-Mapp, Communication Matrix, and more. Include baseline data - This demonstrates a need for a goal. Be specific with accuracy and dates to track goals and progress. Send a draft home for a review - I recommend a week prior, but every district is different. The parent needs a chance to review and give feedback with their home team, and then you have a chance to receive and consider that feedback prior to the meeting or be prepared to discuss more during the IEP.Be prepared, remain calm, be professional, and seek help - You deserve to be treated with respect and do not have to accept verbal abuse, even during difficult and contentious IEP meetings.If you ever need extra support, whether you're a parent or professional, I am here, and you can book a coaching call with me. Not every IEP meeting will be warm and fuzzy, but we can live in a world where we do not dread them! #autism #speectherapyWhat's Inside:Do you dread IEP meetings?5 survival tips for a positive IEP meeting.When to seek support in an IEP meeting.What to know about assessments prior to an IEP meeting.Why is a draft SO important before an IEP meeting.Why do contentious IEP meetings occur?Mentioned In This Episode:Autism Outreach Podcast - Episode 54: Autism AssessmentsBook a coaching call with RoseGet Your Free Autism Toolbox
Wall Street Journal has new papers showing meetings with Epstein that weren't on the flight log. Interesting stuff! Then we talked about Trump smearing DeSantis by counting C*vid Cases like a clueless clown. Secret Episode soon on http://Patreon.com/RareTalk My shop with new merch: http://DreamRare.com Telegram chat: https://T.Me/DreamRareChat Free Email List (Sign up!): https://StayInTouchWIthMe.com
Join current and past members of the ASHP Pharmacy Student Forum as they share advice for the 2023 ASHP Summer Meetings & Exhibition in Baltimore, Maryland. We will discuss everything from what to wear, what to pack, navigating the student educational track, networking tips, and more. The information presented during the podcast reflects solely the opinions of the presenter. The information and materials are not, and are not intended as, a comprehensive source of drug information on this topic. The contents of the podcast have not been reviewed by ASHP, and should neither be interpreted as the official policies of ASHP, nor an endorsement of any product(s), nor should they be considered as a substitute for the professional judgment of the pharmacist or physician.
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Speaker: Albert Lim, Scripture Reading: Deut. 8:7-10; 12:6-7, 11-12, 18, Subject: KNOWING, EXPERIENCING, AND LIVING THE ALL-INCLUSIVE CHRIST FOR THE GENUINE CHURCH LIFE. Source: Paris, France.
Want to be distressed, look within myself, at my own power. Want to be defeated, look behind me, at my past. The enemy is happy to remind me of all my sin and mistakes. Want to be dismayed, look ahead, to the future. No one but God knows what will be. Want to be distracted, look around. There are plenty of things to keep our focus. Want to be delivered, sanctified, and transformed, then look up. Keep my eyes on Jesus. Article on better meetings called "Don't let the ‘Dominator,' ‘Downer,' ‘Derailer' or other derailing behaviors hijack your meeting!" Every train needs an engineer to keep it on track, and you can apply that principle to meetings, too. When you hold a meeting, consider yourself the engineer — the person who keeps the meeting moving forward and the purpose from being derailed. You may even have to deal with the “Dominator,” “Downer” or “Derailer,” but not to worry. We address that and more later in this story. Almost everyone has organized or attended a meeting that was derailed, and those off-track meetings can quickly become a costly time suck. Preparing for various scenarios and knowing the tools you can use will keep things on track. Manage for impact You don't want everyone pitching in at once, but it's valuable to encourage full participation from those attending so you can get to the outcomes of the meeting, and everyone feels fully engaged and their ideas heard. Use polls, hand-raising and breakout groups to ensure everyone is heard. If a group is particularly large, establish some rules to promote interaction. Call out quiet attendees so their perspectives are heard and seek out new perspectives that people may hesitate to share. Plainly tell people you want more guidance or feedback on certain subjects. Don't be afraid of quiet — meeting silence can be your friend! It may feel awkward, especially for virtual participants, but pause for eight or more seconds after certain questions. That will tend to prompt people to speak, even if only to fill the void. It can also break the tendency for one person to do all the talking. Managing derailing behaviors in your meetings You want everyone in the discussion but watch out for attendees who can reduce meeting effectiveness. Use these tactics to keep things moving in the right direction. The Derailer goes off on tangents and introduces new ideas without making a connection to the purpose. Tactics: Offer separate times to talk about issues that aren't the point of the meeting. Interrupt if you have to. Offer to set up a post-meeting talk. The Dominator interrupts, dominates the conversation and never asks anyone else questions. Tactics: Politely remind interrupters that everyone has to be heard for a broad discussion. Don't be afraid to jump in and tell Dominator that you want to hear the rest of what an interrupted person has to say. The Downer shuts down new ideas and exclusively points out what can go wrong. Tactics: Ask downer to suggest improvements rather than just saying something won't work. If you recognize any of these meeting derailing behaviors, you may also be familiar with the Distractor (Arrives late, has side conversations, multitasks), the Disappearing Act (Did they accept or decline the invite? Who knows?) and the Determined (Fixed on their view and is sure everyone should hear it). Wrapping it all up All good things must end and so must your meeting. If you've kept it on track, you should be able to wrap it up while offering some buffer time (close at 11:20, for example, rather than the stated 11:30). For any actions that need to take place afterward, clarity will go a long way. Don't say, “Someone should look into this.” Do say, “Richard, make sure this is done by 10 a.m. tomorrow.” Don't say, “We will keep this in mind.” Do say, “I will email everyone and give a decision on this within 24 hours.” If time has run out, still end the meeting. You can send a wrap-up afterward but say before shutting down the meeting – in-person, Teams or hybrid – that you expect everyone to acknowledge they got the message and understand what's next.
Maureen has decided to play (re)matchmaker. Anthony and Rachel don't know what they're in for. But how does Jason fit into the mix? Meanwhile Walter has something important to tell John. Based on the play Two and Two Together by Peter Cosmas Sofronas. Written, Directed, and Produced by Peter Cosmas Sofronas. Starring (in order of appearance) Chris Rose as Anthony Wallace, Chrissy Pirnie as Maureen Sloan, Jenny Fielding as Rachel Hanson, Ed Fell as John Hanson, Alexander Pirnie as Walter Gettelman, and Peter Sofronas as Jason Reyas. Credits and Narration by Leonard Caplan. Sound Engineering by Dan Murray. Sound Editing by Peter Cosmas Sofronas. Theme Music by Valerie Forgione. Special thanks to Dan Murray.Support the showScripts of Two and Two Together and the first two seasons of Putting 2&2 Together can be purchased at Amazon.com. Merchandise available at TeeSpring. Donations can be made at By Me a Coffee. For further information, please visit puttingtwoandtwotogether.com.
In this video, as the CEO of a company with 55+ team members, I'm sharing my efficient meeting management tips for conducting productive meetings. You'll learn how to structure your meetings in a way that maximizes efficiency and minimizes wasted time. By following the strategies and tips shared in this video, you'll be able to conduct productive meetings that achieve the desired outcomes in less time than ever before. Whether you're a CEO, manager, or team leader, this video is a must-watch if you want to optimize your meeting productivity and get more done in less time. So, watch the full video now and start implementing these efficient meeting management tips to conduct productive meetings today!
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