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On the Wednesday podcast, I get to talk with members of the Organize 365® community as they share the challenges, progress, missteps and triumphs along their organizing journey. You can see and hear transformation in action. I look forward to helping YOU learn the skill of organization, too! In this episode, I'm delighted to introduce you to Jennifer L. She's a substitute teacher, caregiver to her grandmother and living with ADHD. As you'll hear in this interview, she's balancing A LOT of things. She's implemented the Sunday Basket® and I have some additional suggestions for her to help her lighten her mental load.. How to process through screenshots on your phone as part of your Sunday Basket® routine Organizational solutions that work well for those with ADHD Caregiving Finding your unique purpose Listen to end to hear how Jennifer L. has started to dream bigger for herself and embrace her unique purpose. It's truly inspirational. EPISODE RESOURCES: Embrace Self-Guided Retreat The Sunday Basket® The Friday Workbox® The Education Friday Workbox® Jennifer L's favorite podcast episodes: Six Figure Time and The 4 Kinds of Housework Sign Up for the Organize 365® Newsletter I am grateful that you are reaching out to share your stories and progress with me and with the Organize 365® community. If you are ready to share your story with us, please apply at https://organize365.com/wednesday. Did you enjoy this episode? Please leave a rating and review in your favorite podcast app. Share this episode with a friend and be sure to tag Organize 365® when you share on social media!
In this two-part series that delves into the perspectives of those at the front lines of HIPAA liability, Andrew Sylora, Associate, Vedder Price, speaks with Anthony Archer, Chief Privacy Officer, Scan Health Plan, about the difficulties of maintaining HIPAA compliance in a complex workforce. They discuss case studies of HIPAA breaches that have occurred at health plans, strategies for mitigating against breaches, and the practical elements for training and implementing organizational components to protect against breaches. From AHLA's Health Care Liability and Litigation Practice Group.To learn more about AHLA and the educational resources available to the health law community, visit americanhealthlaw.org.
With advances in technology, the business landscape is constantly evolving. While we can't completely predict the future, we can look at trends to estimate the direction of change, and knowing where the future is headed is the best way to determine what you should be focusing on now. In this episode, Jeff Kahler discusses AI, human employees, technology, and how to up your game for the future so your organization stays relevant. How is your organization preparing for the future? Share in the comments at: https://www.cultureofconvenience.com/ or email Producer@CultureofConvenience.com.
On report six, Victor and Peter continue to work through the DobberProspects Organizational Rankings, picking up from report six where they left off. More show announcements, the show is now part of The Hockey Podcast Network. We are happy to be part of the All-Star line up of podcasts and you can find those great shows on the THPN Twitter page @hockeypodnet On this episode we start with team 21 the Calgary Flames and discus the following players. Dustin Wolf: 4:22 Rory Kerins: 6:13 20. Arizona Coyotes a team that is seemingly in perpetual rebuild, never making the playoffs, never drafting too high, or very well. Players discussed. Artyom Duda: 11:44 Jan Jenik: 38:29 19. Ottawa Senators a team turning the corner on their rebuild that has graduated several top prospects to the core roster of the NHL team, which has depleted their prospect pool. Players discussed; Vitali Abramov: 33:09 Egor Sokolov: 32:25 18. San Jose Sharks a team that has finally embraced the rebuild and will be ranked higher on this list in the coming years. Players discussed. Tristan Robins: 30:19 17. Toronto Maple Leafs, what will the new GM do with this team and the “core four”? How will he value the prospects in the Leafs system that he didn't draft? Players discussed. Matthew Knies: 37:25 Rodion Amirov: 38:27 Artur Akhtyamov: 42:46 16. St. Louis Blues a team with a style and identity of targeting a rugged two-way type of player. Players discussed. Marc-Andre Gaudet: 46:58 Nikita Alexandrov: 52:16 Thanks for listening to DobberProspects Report #7 Thanks to Kevin Longwill for our Logo, check him on out Instagram (@kevinlongwill) For feedback on the show or to chat with us, follow us on Twitter: @dpr_show @pharling @victornuno12 @saborin91 Don't forget to follow @hockeypodnet and all the great podcasts on the network. Please subscribe on iTunes, Spotify, or the podcast aggregator of your choice and leave us a 5 star review, it really helps the show, you can also like our facebook page DobberProspects Report. Call (800) 327-5050 or visit gamblinghelplinema.org (MA), Gambling Problem? Call 877- 8-HOPENY/text HOPENY (467369) (NY), If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, crisis counseling and referral services can be accessed by calling 1-800-GAMBLER (1-800-426-2537) (CO/IL/IN/LA/MD/MI/NJ/OH/PA/TN/WV/WY), 1-800-NEXT STEP (AZ), 1-800-522-4700 (KS/NH), 888-789-7777/visit ccpg.org (CT), 1-800-BETS OFF (IA), visit OPGR.org (OR), or 1-888-532-3500 (VA) 21+ (18+ NH/WY). Physically present in AZ/CO/CT/IL/IN/IA/KS/LA(select parishes)/MA/MD/MI/NH/NJ/NY/OH/OR/PA/TN/VA/WV/WY only. VOID IN ONT. Eligibility
Culture eats strategy for breakfast. As important as it is to build your organization intentionally and strategically, everything is held together and animated by the organization's culture. In this episode, I talk about the critical importance of being intentional about building your organization's culture, and I walk through 4 pillars that lay the foundation for a strong and values-aligned org culture.
Are you feeling underutilized at work? Do you have talents that aren't being noticed? Do you feel like you could be doing more, but no one is giving you the responsibility? If so, you could be experiencing "rust out." In this week's episode, Jeff Kahler discusses the symptoms of rust out, and what you can do about it, because after rust out comes drop out, and we don't want that! Have you successfully combatted rust out in your organization? Share your story in the comments at: https://www.cultureofconvenience.com/ or email Producer@CultureofConvenience.com.
Jackson Gatlin (@Locked On Rockets) is joined by John Karalis (@Locked On Celtics) to discuss Derrick White becoming the Boston Celtics hero at the end of Game 6 and expectations for a potentially historic Eastern Conference Finals Game 7 against the Miami Heat. How did Derrick White save the Celtics season and how much momentum does that give Boston going into Game 7? What's the major difference for Boston from Game 4 on compared to earlier in the series? Who has more pressure on them to win in Game 7, the Celtics or the Heat? Then, David Ramil (@Locked On Heat) jumps on to share thoughts from the other side of the aisle about why the Miami Heat have let the last three games slip after being up 3-0 on the Boston Celtics in the Eastern Conference Finals and why Jimmy Butler seems to be struggling. What changed over the last 3 games compared to the first 3? Why is Jimmy struggling so much? What needs to happy for Miami in Game 7 to get a win? Lastly, Brandon Scott (@Locked On Wizards) swings by to breakdown the Washington Wizards hiring former LA Clippers General Manager Michael Winger as their new president of basketball operations and what it means for the direction of the franchise moving forward. What about Winger's tenure with the Clippers should encourage Wizards fans? Who are possible General Manager candidates Winger could hire? Is a full tear downed need or does Washington have enough pieces to retool around Beal? What happens with head coach Wes Unseld Jr.? #Celtics #Heat #Wizards Subscribe to the Locked On NBA YouTube Channel: Locked On NBA Follow/Subscribe/Listen Anywhere: linktr.ee/LockedOnNBA Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! | Offers: lockedonpodcasts.com/offers ebay Motors – For parts that fit, head to eBay Motors and look for the green check. Stay in the game with eBay Guaranteed Fit. eBay Motors dot com. Let's ride. Eligible items only. Exclusions apply. Gametime – Download the Gametime app, create an account, and use code LOCKEDONNBA for $20 off your first purchase. Last minute tickets. Lowest Price. Guaranteed. Built Bar – Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15” and you'll get 15% off your next order. PrizePicks – First time users can receive a 100% instant deposit match up to $100 with promo code LOCKEDON. That's PrizePicks.com – promo code; LOCKEDON FanDuel – Make Every Moment More. Place your first FIVE DOLLAR bet to get ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY DOLLARS in Free Bets – win or lose! Visit Fanduel.com/LockedOn today to get started FANDUEL DISCLAIMER: 21+ in select states. First online real money wager only. Bonus issued as nonwithdrawable free bets that expires in 14 days. Restrictions apply. See terms at sportsbook.fanduel.com. Gambling Problem? Call 1-800-GAMBLER or visit FanDuel.com/RG (CO, IA, MD, MI, NJ, PA, IL, VA, WV), 1-800-NEXT-STEP or text NEXTSTEP to 53342 (AZ), 1-888-789-7777 or visit ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-9-WITH-IT (IN), 1-800-522-4700 (WY, KS) or visit ksgamblinghelp.com (KS), 1-877-770-STOP (LA), 1-877-8-HOPENY or text HOPENY (467369) (NY), TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
It's been so fun to be here with you today. And I love talking with Angela Johnson.It was fun to look at processes that we share, things that come from Toyota, things that come from Scrum, and things that come from Goldratt. And to dive into the things that we think about when we're trying to create teams.I love the humility aspect that Angela hires. It's a good trait and the idea of calling everyone a team member. Those are things that will stick with me for a long time.I challenge you to think about what you want on your teams and what you want to hire for.Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here's How »Join The Experimental Leader community today:melanieparish.comYouTube
HOUR 2: Davante Adams blasts the Raiders and they placate to him. Will the Raiders ever be a winner? Caserta is Stunned To A News. Are Russell Wilson's jokes cornier than Mraz'?
This is the first episode of a five part series that will review the DobberProspects Organizational Rankings Victor and Peter start the count down to the top prospect pool in the NHL and talk a little about each team and some players that were ranked differently by each and why that may be. 32. Pittsburgh Penguins Samuel Poulin 4:30 31. Tampa Bay Lightning Niko Huuhtanen 10:14 30. New York Islanders Simon Holmstrom 15:28 29. Boston Bruins Georgii Merkulov 21:26 28. Washington Capitals Alex Suzdalev 26:30 27. Florida Panthers Aleksi Heponiemi 30:55 26. New York Rangers Bryce McConnel-Barker 35:33 25. Vegas Golden Knights Ivan Morozov 40:18 24. Colorado Avalanche Ben Meyers 45:27 23. Vancouver Canucks Jacob Truscott 51:13 22. Edmonton Oilers Dylan Holloway 59:03 On the next episode of the DRP show, the count down continues as we start at 21 and work our way down to the 16th ranked team and will start to talk about more than one player per team as the talent pools get deeper. If you enjoy the show follow us on Facebook and on Twitter @DPR_show Our producer is Evan Sabourin @sabourin91 Evan will now be joining the DobberProspects writer staff covering the Detroit Red Wings prospects so be sure to follow Evan. The Hosts are Peter Harling @pharling Victor Nuno @victornuno12 Please subscribe on iTunes, Spotify, or the podcast aggregator of your choice and leave us a five star review, it really helps the show. Enjoy the show and thanks for listening!
Organizational Psychologist, Pepper Pastor loves working with creatives, millennials, and business leaders. Her goal is to help individuals, teams, and organizations recognize their key competencies ideal for advancement by supporting their objectives through assessments. She believes in a transparent path of leadership, leadership qualities, including the skills and values, should be clearly defined and attainable. Pepper specializes in talent development, high-performance individuals, Emotional Intelligence, Cultural Intelligence, and psychologically safe work environments. Her research interests include creativity for motivation and performance, curiosity, and neurological regulation of emotion and cognition. Organizational psychologist Pepper Pastor discusses the importance of building trust in small businesses Small businesses lack resources and support, making navigating obstacles more challenging. Building a high trust culture requires everyone in the organization to work together. Even one person can make a difference in creating a high trust culture, and it doesn't always have to be the owner. Trust is about having a dance where both parties take turns leading and following. Autonomy is a key indicator of trust, as employees want to be able to do their jobs effectively without being micromanaged. Building trust involves being the bigger person and creating psychological safety by treating others respectfully. By building trust, organizations can help their employees thrive and ultimately succeed. IG: @pepperpastor
What The HR! TC SHRM HR Podcast
Beth Hendler-Grunt is a dynamic leader, adviser, and facilitator who has extensive experience consulting from start-ups to Fortune 500 firms. She has proven success with guiding firms, sales teams and individuals to achieve their sales performance and strategic planning goals. Ms. Hendler-Grunt has leveraged and scaled her corporate expertise to guide college students to help them succeed when they graduate. This is based on a clear understanding of the career development process and the requirements needed to succeed in today's competitive environment. Next Great Step has facilitated student strategy and development sessions for recent graduates and current students at leading universities as well as one-on-one consultations. Guest: Beth Hendler-Grunt linkedin.com/in/bethhendlergrunt Hosts: Mike Thul - linkedin.com/in/thulmichael Jessie Novey - linkedin.com/in/jessienovey INTERESTED IN SPONSORSHIP? Please email firstname.lastname@example.org Twin Cities Society For Human Resources: Recognized as one of the nation's largest SHRM (Society for Human Resource Management) chapters, TCSHRM is based in the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minnesota. With an ongoing calendar of events, we are an active SHRM group always looking to promote, influence, and educate our members through multiple channels. Join Us! Become a TCSHRM Member. https://www.tcshrm.org/ Thank you for listening, and if you enjoy this podcast please consider leaving a review as it helps us reach more listeners. © MMXX TCSHRM. All Rights Reserved. For Personal Use Only.
https://302.buzz/PM-WhatAreYourThoughtsPsychological safety is crucial and cannot be undervalued in the continuing and challenging process of addressing physician burnout and prioritizing well-being. Dr. Gaggino's guest, Karen Horneffer-Ginter, PhD, discusses how organizations and institutions can start to acknowledge and deal with the systemic problems causing burnout by creating a space where clinicians can openly express concerns without fear of retaliation or condemnation. Individuals must prioritize their own self-care and wellness in addition to organizational and institutional reforms. Karen Horneffer-Ginter believes It's time to change the way healthcare is perceived and to value the humanity of people who care for others. Yes, burnout is a complex problem that calls for all hands-on deck. And Dr. Lia Gaggino and Karen Horneffer-Ginter will explore the concept of promoting a "safe-place culture" and the concept that clinicians can and should work towards creating an environment where everyone thrives and feels valued. [00:33 -13:55] The Evolving Landscape of Wellness and Well-being in HealthcareRecognizing the Neglected Importance of Mental Health in MedicineWellness vs. Well-Being: Exploring the Nuances and Evolving Definitions in Healthcare Adapting Language for Genuine Conversations: Addressing Burnout, Moral Injury, and BeyondPersonalizing Wellness: Moving Beyond Individual Responsibility and Addressing Organizational Interventions[13:56- 25:06] Challenges in Maintaining Boundaries and Well-being in Healthcare Healthcare professionals find themselves sacrificing their own well-being, time, and personal needs to attend to the needs of others, going above and beyond their duties.A distinction between work and personal life can be facilitated through rituals, similar to Mr. Rogers taking off his jacket and putting on his sweater.healthcare providers MUST regularly check in with themselves, assess their own well-being, and acknowledge their vulnerabilities. Healthcare professionals are often in a mindset of providing help rather than seeking it, which can hinder their own self-assessment and well-being.[25:07 -39:20] Organizational Interventions and Advocacy for Well-beingProfit: The need to ensure financial sustainability and keep the lights on in the business of medicine.Wellness: healthcare professionals taking care of their own well-being and finding a balance between personal and professional life. Organizational interventions: Call centers, hospitalist services, and neonatal nurse practitioners could address workload and provide support.Documentation and electronic health records: Dealing with the challenges and demands associated with electronic records and finding ways to improve efficiency and reduce administrative burdens.[39:21- 49:53] The Importance of Self-Care and Support Prioritizing personal needs and seeking professional help when necessaryOvercoming the stigma of seeking for professional helpTaking intentional breaks from the work-related responsibilities with apps, family time, alone time, etc.Scheduling time for restorative activities and unplugging[49:54 - 54:36] Closing segment TakeawayYou can reach Karen Horneffer-GinterLinked In: @Karen Horneffer-GinterLinks to resources mentioned on the showFrom Triple to Quadruple Aim:
Toxic workplaces will literally destroy your mood, your productivity, and even your life. In this week's episode, Jeff Kahler and Producer Kelly take an in-depth look at toxic workplaces – how to identify the source of the toxicity and what you can do about it. Have you had experience with a toxic workplace? We want to hear it! Share your story in the comments at: https://www.cultureofconvenience.com/ or email Producer@CultureofConvenience.com.
Are you a business owner who shies away from sharing your process online? Do you sometimes underestimate what you bring to the table? This episode is for you! Today Michelle is joined by Emma McGoldrick of ESM Creative. Together, they discuss why showing up online is valuable for creating community (even in quirky, not-so-polished ways) and why it's one of the most powerful tools you can have. Emma McGoldrick is a New York designer, creative director + illustrator. She is the founder of ESM Creative Studio, a full-service creative studio dedicated to cultivating brands and content for creators and businesses that are intentional. She is a farmers market fangirl who loves a good book and a coffee shop. ------------------------- In today's episode, we cover the following: Emma's style How she got into the freelance space straight after school Organizational system secrets and tips Sharing your process on social media (even if it's messy) Adding details for a humanized approach in your business Emma's favorite projects and gif-creation Ways to build community and social media (and why it's important) ------------------------- RESOURCES: Get 20% off ESM Creative's Print & Template Shop with code: MKW20 Listen to Emma's podcast, Sorted. Run your business with Hello Bonsai Organize your work with Notion ----------------------- Guest info: To learn more about ESM Creative and colorful work she does, you can follow her on Instagram and TikTok@ESM.Creative, or visit her website, emmamcgoldrick.com. ----------------------- WORK WITH MKW CREATIVE CO. Connect on social with Michelle at: Kiss My Aesthetic Facebook Group Instagram Tik Tok ----------------------- Did you know that the fuel of the POD and the KMA Team runs on coffee? ;) If you love the content shared in the KMA podcast, you're welcome to invite us to a cup of coffee any time - Buy Me a Coffee! ----------------------- This episode of the Kiss My Aesthetic Podcast is brought to you by Audible. Get your first month free atwww.audible.com/kma. This episode was edited by Berta Wired Theme music by: Eliza Rosevera and Nathan Menard
The Leadership Educator Podcast
In this episode, Dan and Lauren speak with Dr. V. Chunoo, outgoing Assistant Professor of Organizational and Community Leadership at the University of Illinois and Associate Editor of New Directions for Student Leadership. During the conversation, Chunoo explains how the priority filled a gap in the literature calling for an increase in socially just and critically oriented perspectives in leadership education. He highlighted how working together, respectfully and professionally, as a writing team produced a clear and detailed call for future research. The priority calls for rigorous and uplifting research and for researchers to engage in either evolution or revolution. ----more---- Chunoo is the lead author and part of the writing team for Priority Number 2, titled “Evolution and Revolution: Social Justice and Critical Theory in Leadership Education Research: Priority 2 of the National Leadership Education Research Agenda 2020-2025.” This episode is part of a series of conversations with the lead authors of the nine priorities of the National Leadership Education Research Agenda (NLERA) 2020-2025, published in Volume 14, issue 3, of the Journal of Leadership Studies.
"In this episode we discuss how to decide on the right org structure and capabilities of your SOC. This includes questions like tiered vs. tierless models, which capabilities the SOC should focus on, centralized vs. distributed SOCs, outsourcing of duties and staff augmentation considerations, and also where the SOC might sit in the larger chart of your organization. Every SOC needs to be tailored to best meet the mission, and chapter 3 - "Build a SOC Structure to Match Your Organizational Needs" will help you get there.This special season of the Blueprint Podcast is taking a deep dive into MITRE's 11 Strategies of a World-Class Cyber Security Operations Center. Each episode John will break down a chapter of the book with the book's authors Kathryn Knerler, Ingrid Parker, and Carson Zimmerman.Sponsor's NoteSupport for the Blueprint podcast comes from the SANS Institute.If you like the topics covered in this podcast and would like to learn more about blue team fundamentals such as host and network data collection, threat detection, alert triage, incident management, threat intelligence, and more, check out my new course SEC450: Blue Team Fundamentals.This course is designed to bring attendees the information that every SOC analyst and blue team member needs to know to hit the ground running, including 15 labs that get you hands on with tools for threat intel, SIEM, incident management, automation and much more, this course has everything you need to launch your blue team career.Check out the details at sansurl.com/450 Hope to see you in class!Follow SANS Cyber Defense: Twitter | LinkedIn | YouTubeFollow John Hubbard: Twitter | LinkedIn"Join us at the SANS Blue Team Summit June 12-13 Live Online! To register visit www.sans.org/blueteam-summit
Leveraging Thought Leadership with Peter Winick
Healthcare is one of the most serious topics a thought leader can tackle. The information provided needs to move swiftly and clearly to those that need it most. Today we revisit three episodes that focus on thought leadership for healthcare organizations. Our first guest is Jean Accius, who at the time of airing was the Senior Vice-President, Global Thought Leadership and International Affairs for AARP. Jean helps us understand how thought leadership can position an organization at the forefront of the issues, challenge the status quo, and engage new audiences. Next, we revisit our conversation with Traci Conley, the Thought Leadership Manager for Standard Imaging, Inc. Traci understands the importance of being able to get valuable information to healthcare professionals and patients. We discuss what you have to do when traditional mediums of communication break down and how you can continue to provide high-quality knowledge and care in the face of restrictions. Finally, we catch up with Craig Joseph, the Chief Medical Officer at Nordic Consulting, and Jarome Pagani, the Vice President, Head of Thought Leadership at Nordic Consulting. While healthcare is a serious topic it can also be a difficult one to communicate. Craig and Jarome share how they inject a bit of humor into their message in a delicate way that allows them to grab the audience's attention and build trust. Three Key Takeaways: · Sharing knowledge is the world's most important currency. · Carefully crafted humor can make serious topics more relatable and lighter. · Well-thought-out virtual experiences can deliver the same information and impact as an in-person event.
You've heard us talk about the stress that comes with the duties of being a law enforcement officer. Some situations are well beyond our control. Today – we are going to shift gears and talk about organizational stressors – or stress that comes from within the agency you may work for. In this episode of the Policing Matters podcast, sponsored by Staccato, host Jim Dudley speaks with law enforcement veterans William “Bill” Mazur and Joseph “Joe” Collins about how police supervisors can help officers build resiliency and better navigate critical incidents. Bill is a strategic account manager and public safety liaison with Acadia Healthcare who retired from his department in 2017 at the rank of Deputy Chief of Police. He currently serves as a Master Instructor with the FBI National Academy Associates, in their Comprehensive Officer Resiliency Training Program. Joseph “Joe” Collins is a public safety liaison with Acadia Healthcare who retired in 2020 from the Two Rivers (Wisconsin) Police Department as chief of police. He is a master instructor with the FBINAA's Comprehensive Officer Resilience Train-the-Trainer Program and serves as a consultant for the U.S. Department of Justice as a subject matter expert in officer resilience. About our sponsor This episode of the Policing Matters Podcast is brought to you by Staccato. Choose the handgun trusted by over 900 law enforcement agencies across the country. With Staccato, you can feel confident knowing you aren't sacrificing incredible accuracy for reliability. Whether you're protecting your family at home or on duty, Staccato has your back. Military and law enforcement receive discount pricing through the Staccato Heroes Program. Visit www.Staccato2011/heroes-program.com to learn more.
Fireside Chat with Gary Bisbee, Ph.D.
In this episode, Renee DeSilva sits down with Liz Bickley, the COO of Korn Ferry Health, to discuss how to empower the next generation of women leaders in healthcare. Liz walks us through the findings of their latest ‘Women CEOs Speak' report, including progress towards representation goals for 2025 and the variety of career paths and experiences for today's women CEOs. In addition, they cover the evolving skillsets for the CEO of the future, and what organizations need to do today to support their high potentials. Highlights from the conversation:Liz's background and the context of today's talent challenges (2:50)A breakdown of the Women CEOs Speak report (8:40)The structural barriers that restrict opportunities and the talent pipeline (12:55)Why tomorrow's successful CEOs need to transform and perform (16:05)Charting the non-linear career paths to the CEO position (20:20)Organizational responsibilities for ensuring advancement opportunities (24:50)Liz's advice for women aspiring to become CEOs (24:40)Why Liz would invite Jacinda Ardern and Queen Elizabeth II to her table (29:50)
Stress at work is common. 94% of workers report feeling stress at work.63% of U.S. workers report they're ready to quit their job to avoid work-related stress. Around 33% of people report feeling extreme stress. (Source: American Institute of Stress)Although some stress can actually be healthy, in many cases stress is unhealthy, especially when it is severe.Find the full show notes at: https://workmatters.com/Identifying-the-Real-Cause-of-Organizational-Stress
There is a fine line between valuable work and work that no one really cares about. Is the work that you're doing closely associated with the goals of the organization or are you just doing superficial work? Do you know why your analytics team exists? What constitutes “valuable” work in your organization? On this episode of the 33 Tangents Podcast, Jason and Jim discuss what can lead to focusing on the wrong things and not being attached key organizational goals. They also discuss what it means for an analytics team to live up to the promise of providing value to the business. THANK YOU We know your time is limited, so it means a lot to us that you would spend some of your time with us. If you have found this episode to be valuable, we would appreciate if you would share it. And if we are getting you hooked, don't forget to subscribe, like, and recommend on your favorite podcast platform. WHERE TO LISTEN The 33 Tangents video simulcast is now available on YouTube Subscribe on Apple Podcasts Subscribe on Google Podcasts Listen on TuneIn Listen on Amazon Music WHERE TO FIND US Website: www.33sticks.com Email: Podcast@33sticks.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/33Sticks Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/33sticks/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8KUpp_LygXotCrKgR9ZoBg
Chris and Jarod talk about the Sixers coming up short AGAIN in Game 7, rightfully slander the entire organization and talk about where they go from here with hypothetical trade scenarios, talk about Doc Rivers' dismissal as Head Coach and who his replacements may be, talk about the NBA Conference Finals, the NBA Draft Lottery and so much more slander. Follow @sttppodcast on all socials and turn on notifications to know when new content becomes available.
NCG is back for another sneak peek of Kevin Nolan's soon to be released book, Organizational Muscle. If you are a routine listener of our podcast, you are familiar with Kevin. He is a Partner here at Nolan Consulting Group and CEO at Nolan Painting, a residential painting business he started over 40 years ago, back in 1979. Similar to Kevin's previous podcast topic Recruiting and Hiring of talent, Marketing is a constant. No matter the time of year, your marketing strategy needs to be aligned, focused and adaptable to the environment around us. We have to invest to stay ahead. Kevin's Book, Organizational Muscle will be released early Fall of 2023, check out his website for more information and subscribe to his weekly blog posts and updates. This episode is brought to you by Boolean, a Gold Level Grand Summit Sponsor and a supporting partner of the Summit Member Group.
The BE Series: Untold Stories of Leadership Transformation
Dr. Vicki Harris is the Chief People and Culture Officer as well as overseeing the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion initiatives worldwide at Our Daily Bread Ministries. She holds a dual master's degree in Human Resources and Business Administration. Our Daily Bread Ministries is a Global ministry with 38 offices around the world. Our mission is to make the life changing wisdom of the Bible understandable and accessible to all. Dr. Vicki travels around the world, training staff members and leaders in the areas of Discipleship, Business, Human Resource Disciplines, Diversity Equity and Inclusion, Multicultural Intelligence as well as Team Effectiveness, Organizational and Leadership Development. Dr Vicki has been serving, teaching and training leaders both men and women for the past 35 years. It is definitely her passion to see others grow in their Faith, their Relationship with God and with those they lead. Dr Vicki is a wife of 35yrs and mother of three adult children (Aubrey, Drake and Shayna) and two grandchildren. She also serves as an Associate Pastor of Ministry Leadership Training and Development for Lighthouse Full Life Center Church under the leadership of Pastor RJ & Kristan Marshall in Grand Rapids, MI Follow @tinamblackpmts on Instagram and email email@example.com. Join our Facebook Group: HERE
When it comes to hiring, how do you judge whether a candidate has a stellar work ethic and integrity? In this week's episode, Jeff Kahler asks his friend, mentor, and coach, Steve Goble, to discuss how to find these people - and better yet, how to be one. How do you determine work ethic and integrity in your new hires? We want to know! Discuss in the comments at: https://www.cultureofconvenience.com/.
Many people who I work with as a KonMari® Consultant have an ADHD diagnosis. In an attempt to better support them I have been learning as much as I can about ADHD and the challenges it can present. This week I had the pleasure of sitting down with Katie, a leading ADHD advocate who has shared her journey of an adult diagnosis of ADHD with over 90,000 followers on Instagram.As someone who struggles with staying organized myself, I was excited to talk to Katie about her experiences and organizational struggles. Katie's insights and tips on how to navigate organizational challenges with ADHD are invaluable, whether you have ADHD or not.During our conversation, Katie shared some of her favorite organizational hacks for ADHD, including time management techniques, creating routines, and the platform she co-founded ADHD Social. She also talked about the importance of self-compassion and building a support network to help manage ADHD symptoms.If you're looking to get organized and find ways to manage ADHD challenges, this episode is a must-listen. Plus, to make things even easier, I've created a free resource that includes everything we talked about today. You can download it at caroline-thor.com/hacks.Here is how to find KatieInstagram @katie.ADHDTikTok @katiesuehuePodcast - the KDHD Podcast Get lost retreatshttps://getlostretreats.com/ADHD Social https://adhdsocial.com/share/yLP2WmUTfNpeTsNj Thanks for listening! For more organizational motivation, support and free resources visit my website www.caroline-thor.com/explore, or come and say 'hi' on Instagram @caro.thor, or on Facebook @carolineorganizer
The Forever Cash Life Real Estate Investing Podcast: Create Cash Flow and Build Wealth like Robert Kiyosaki and Donald Trump
“I wish I knew in 2008 what I know now!” Imagine the profit potential when you have insider information about what's working right now in the market (ethically, of course). Well, Organizational psychologist and entrepreneur Rafael Cortez shares behind the scenes - the systems and processes for more profit and a healthier team. Listen in as he provides insight into best practices for more profit right now with his real estate business and how you can, too! Position yourself to profit MORE with real estate in 2023 so you don't have the “I wish I knew…” regrets. You can find more information about Rafael Cortez and wholesaling here on his website RAFAEL WEBSITE FACEBOOK INSTAGRAM
We Are For Good Podcast - The Podcast for Nonprofits
Meet Karen. She's often heard saying fundraising isn't about the dollars, but rather what the dollars can do. After leading and mentoring teams that raised more than $1 billion during her three-decade career, she launched Philanthropy Innovators to help organizations reimagine what's possible in fundraising and advancement. We're exploring everything from building organizational capacity to taking care of our teams. Karen is full of wisdom and we can't wait to share her perspectives with the community
Introducing Sidekick! trainingGrid® will soon have their very own support dog to assist users. Customer support is the backbone of any organization who values the customer experience, and this week, Support Manager Mike Singer joins Jeff and Producer Kelly to explain how Sidekick can help users within the LMS. And just because we love dogs, Jeff also interviews Lori and Jennifer, who help train "sidekicks" in the community--because support can come in all shapes and sizes! Do you have a best or worst experience in customer service you would like to share? We want to hear it! Discuss in the comments at: https://www.cultureofconvenience.com/.
The A Better HR Business podcast looks at how consultants and tech firms in the broad Human Resources field grow their businesses; and how they help employers get the best out of their people. Today I'm joined on the show by Jaakko Kaikuluoma from Teamspective to talk about growing an Organizational Network Analysis software & consulting company - with Jaakko Kaikuluoma from Teamspective. How Teamspective helps employers. How Jaakko and the team started and grew the business. Jaakko's HR and marketing advice. And much more. Thanks, Jaakko! For show notes and to see details of my previous guests, check out the podcast page here: www.GetMoreHRClients.com/Podcast WANT MORE CUSTOMERS OR CLIENTS? Want more clients for your HR-related consultancy or HR Tech business? Check out: www.GetMoreHRClients.com/Services. WANT TO START AN HR BUSINESS? Want to launch your own consulting business in the broad Human Resources sector? Check out: www.GetMoreHRClients.com/Start for resources.
Bart is the founding Guru at GuruScan | International Knowledge Management speaker | Makes Knowledge driven business decisions and helps enable the customers to do https://www.linkedin.com/in/bart-guruscan/ Guruscan website https://guruscan.nl/ What is knowledge management? Knowledge is a lot more than information Information is content Knowledge is explicit and implicit knowledge Knowledge Management strategy Shell Connecting people to people, Connecting people to content Community of practice Lessons learned, what did we do and how well did we do it? Forward-looking thing: how can we integrate learning and development? Learn about where we want to go This makes me excited to be a part of KM Skills that are really hard to make explicit Fingerspettein Riding a bike, talk to someone about riding a bike Keep on pedaling, look forward, and find your balance, these are all processes that can't be taught You can't read how to ride a bike What percentage of knowledge for business is like riding a bike? Specific use cases; a lot of research 20% is explicit and 80% is actually stuff people are doing Then not ending up in the final 95% implicit in the particular case of tacit knowledge Is the role Thousands of people; how do you communicate with them Complex environment and things are changing in Solving complex problems is when you want to get people together Prehistoric groups There was cross-group and collaboration Strangers interacting 1-2 years now for 10-15 years of experience as specialist After a while, its interesting to hear how people have feelings about whether things are wrong Intuition says something is wrong, and then finds the thing that is wrong No textbook is going to tell you what is wrong Concept is called Dunbar number, robert dunbar, British anthropologist 150 people; the people with you can have a meaningful relationship High school friends are replaced with work friends Changes over time but the limit Social grooming, what their parents are doing, what are they doing If you want to expand you are not going to be FDR had 44,000 people in The level of leadership changes, and remote work As a CEO of a 20K person company Methods for Organizational network analysis Knowledge Map of the organization Connect people with very similar of knowledge. Find people to really like to exchange with An idea is network Bart is in Amsterdam Not totally remote Gitlab as an example Remote work as asynchronous Being able to work asynchronously in productive Large organizations Monday morning you have the standup Large organizations in tons of synchronous meetings Lockdowns the whole workspace Feeling productive vs not feeling productive Status report Alignment and updating people That's the big challenge The furthest in Async first Async needs to be changed If you can't have that meeting, what would you do? Internal organization A lot of people who make money running the organization IIf you are up to 60 or 70 people because there is no overhead If you need to arrange something you need to Staff departments at 150 Institutional Staff departments Especially, growing the company as an incentive How do you work smarter, not harder? Our department In organizations, the hard thing is to make sure that you don't reduce complexity, If you reduce the complexity Requisite variety, adapt to all the changes that are coming from the outside of the world Balance exploration and exploitation If you don't exploit then you don't the money Exploration is the future of the company How much money, time, effort and people? How much money should we invest in R&D? Insane amounts of money Every company should do in more exploration Changing processes is usually not considered R&D Changing your organization to better fit future Political aspect Produce 50 or 60% of all the semiconductors Flat screens LED lights have semiconductors European Union has different regulations Huge fabrication tension of where ASML TSMC The flow of money spent on the Governed by Moore laws The number of transistors on a square meter would double every year Fit the developments into the computer chips Pentium processors went faster than Moore's laws How many people work in semiconductors? Ultraviolet lights Collaborations Semiconductor stuff, how to do the knowledge management? Work together with SAIS, German lens company SAIS maybe made an investment in that Seimer integrating with the equiptment Global recruiment that they do Optical engineering Thats the most important thing With customers and suppliers Crash in 2009 and 2020 Apple, Intel, and Samsung Flagship model The chain is so fragile
The Insurtech Leadership Podcast
Jason Berkowitz is currently CEO and Founder of ArrowUp, providing restaurant safety, compliance & leadership. ArrowUp helps restaurant owners reduce risk, satisfy compliance regulations and develop a culture of safety. ArrowUp's Insurtech platform strengthens the relationship between the insured and insurer by utilizing tools to promote safe habits and capture data for enhanced underwriting, ultimately lowering risk and liability for insured restaurant owners. He is addressing a market size of $16B in restaurant claim payouts annually, in a culture where lawsuits and union suits are commonplace. ArrowUp makes restaurants safer by providing leadership development, lowering turnover and building upon the culture within an organization to avoid unnecessary lawsuits. The results have been tremendous, with restaurants seeing 30-50% risk reduction based on OSHA standards for its customers. Jason has opened over 50 restaurants, served as VP of Operations for Umami Burger, and COO and Partner for Tocaya Organica. Follow the Insurtech Leadership Podcast airing weekly hosted by Joshua R. Hollander. We give you up-close access and personal insights from the leaders of the fastest-growing #insurtechs and most innovative #insurance carriers and brokers.
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Why it was selected for "CBNation Architects": Donnie had a unique journey in the business where he purchased his organization that has been established and it always helps to know of different ways to get in the business. One thing he talked about was "driving change through people" which was a powerful approach to have as a leader. I AM CEO Handbook Volume 3 is HERE and it's FREE. Get your copy here: http://cbnation.co/iamceo3. Get the 100+ things that you can learn from 1600 business podcasts we recorded. Hear Gresh's story, learn the 16 business pillars from the podcast, find out about CBNation Architects and why you might be one and so much more. Did we mention it was FREE? Download it today! Previous Episode: https://iamceo.co/2021/10/24/iam1168-president-translates-organizational-needs-into-successful-strategies/
May 4, 2023 / Mom &… Podcast Episode 118 / Guest: Sarah Hart-Unger, MD Subscribe and Review wherever you listen to podcasts! Show Summary: Do new pens and a fresh, new planner make your heart sing? Us, too! We had a fantastic, planner-nerd discussion with this week's guest, Sarah Hart-Unger, MD. Part-time pediatric endocrinologist, part-time... The post Favorite Planners, Pens & Organizational Tools appeared first on Mom And Podcast.
What The HR! TC SHRM HR Podcast
Kerry-Ann is a financial services marketer, currently leading the marketing function at JMMB (Financial) Group, which has operations across the Caribbean, with headquarters in Kingston, Jamaica, where she's currently based. A firm believer in the need to implement creative, out-of-the-box marketing strategies, to drive deeper customer and employee engagement that create the win for brands; her current role as Group Chief Marketing Officer includes the overall leadership of marketing strategy development and execution, including customer insight management. Kerry-Ann is also the producer and host of The Internal Marketing Podcast; a personal project where she supports the business leadership community by hosting discussions with various subject matter experts in internal marketing and employee advocacy. Specifically, her aim is to ‘flip the marketing conversation' to focus on how companies can market internally (to their employees), with a view to ultimately engaging and empowering them to become advocates of the company brand. Guest: Kerry-Ann Betton Stimpson: CMO, JMMB Group linkedin.com/in/kerryastimpson Hosts: Mike Thul - linkedin.com/in/thulmichael Jessie Novey - linkedin.com/in/jessienovey INTERESTED IN SPONSORSHIP? Please email firstname.lastname@example.org Twin Cities Society For Human Resources: Recognized as one of the nation's largest SHRM (Society for Human Resource Management) chapters, TCSHRM is based in the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minnesota. With an ongoing calendar of events, we are an active SHRM group always looking to promote, influence, and educate our members through multiple channels. Join Us! Become a TCSHRM Member. https://www.tcshrm.org/ Thank you for listening, and if you enjoy this podcast please consider leaving a review as it helps us reach more listeners. © MMXX TCSHRM. All Rights Reserved. For Personal Use Only.
In this captivating episode, I had the pleasure of welcoming the amazing Hailey Thomas to share her unique journey through divorce, co-parenting, and dating after divorce. Hailey opens up about her journey towards taking full responsibility for her life and happiness, which ultimately led her to the decision to end her marriage amicably. Hailey met her new partner after a couple of months of dating by applying her experience with marketing to the dating scene, being her authentic self on every date and never interpreting rejection as meaning anything about her value.Hailey shares her insights and personal anecdotes with humor and vulnerability, sharing her thoughts on enmeshment and boundaries in relationships, the importance of knowing what you truly need from a partner and the concept of "monagomish" relationships.This episode is packed with valuable insights and advice for anyone navigating the complexities of life after divorce. Whether you're considering divorce, in the midst of it, or looking to jump back into the dating scene, Hailey's experiences and wisdom will inspire and empower you to take ownership of your decisions and relationships, ultimately creating the life you want and deserve. Don't miss this heartfelt and enlightening conversation with the incredible Hailey Thomas!If you want to start making serious progress in your dating journey TODAY, sign up for a coaching consultation call.Click here to ScheduleGet my FREE PDF Download: 50 Green Flags of a Healthy RelationshipFeatured on the Show: Hailey ThomasHailey Thomas, a dedicated mom, adventurer, and entrepreneur, has accumulated over six years of experience in developing, selling, and delivering information products, done-for-you services, digital courses, and consulting projects, boasting a track record of over $750,000 in total revenue. As the leader of One Year from Now, Hailey offers her expertise through a podcast and consultancy aimed at high-impact entrepreneurs.Hailey holds a BS in Organizational & Leadership Communication from Illinois State University and is currently credentialing in Interpersonal Neurobiology. In addition to One Year from Now, she manages a small portfolio of businesses. Her accomplishments include launching and then exiting a digital course/membership community that generated $100k in its first 10 months with over 50% profitability, even amidst a global pandemic.When not working, Hailey enjoys reading fiction, lifting weights, watching 80s horror movies, and entertaining with living room karaoke. As a top business strategist and entrepreneurship coach in her field, Hailey Thomas is well-prepared to help entrepreneurial clients succeed through her life and business coaching subscription service, Auxiliary Brain.Hailey's InstagramHailey's Website
BRAND NEW Stick 2 Hockey LIVE Ep 64 with Jason Myrtetus, Anthony DiMarco and Anthony SanFilippo. Discussion on the latest names and news regarding the President of Hockey Ops and Organizational structure. Also a look at the RFA contract projections for Hart and Frost. A look at the NHL first round of the playoffs and much more. Plus Tones Takes handicaps tonights NHL card and second round.
Carrie Bateman-Buckley, a determined entrepreneur and seasoned strategist, brings her wealth of experience in organizational design and strategic planning to the table as the CEO of Windsor Bateman Solutions (WBS). With a strong background in public health and education, Carrie focuses on helping businesses, both large and small, build successful teams and staffing structures. She spent 15 years in leadership positions in large organizations, including as a senior Cabinet member of the New York City Department of Education. Overcoming adversities, like being robbed at gunpoint, has only made her more resilient and persistent. Carrie's journey as a Division One athlete and her time spent working on international projects has given her unique insights into the importance of teamwork, adaptability, and perseverance.In this episode, Carrie talks about how her life flashed before her eyes during a traumatic event that happened to her in New York City in broad daylight when a gun was pulled on her and the subsequent three years kind of trauma being reminded of this incident. Unpacking the trauma and going through the process of moving on from a life-threatening situation. “And the one thing I will say that I had planned for in advance was financially I've given myself a cushion there so that I wouldn't be stressed on that front. been saving up over time. Again, not even sure what this was the LEAP I was going to make. But I did have that there in order to support myself as it gives you more options, more sense of security and, and just the backstop.” “I think that what I love about what we do is we have these one-on-one meetings with people. And we really get to the heart of the matter in the meetings with them. And it's all from listening. So, I just think empathy goes a long way in any industry that you're in.” Carrie also shares her experience on how she played an important role in supporting special education in New York, overseeing 1800 public schools and being responsible for any child in New York City with a disability, over three years of age and 21 and how she has set her eyes in paving a way for women to be part of a leadership position on larger organizations or even putting up her own business. Adversities Carrie had to overcome: · Being robbed and held at gunpoint in broad daylight· Aftermath trauma during the court process· Feeling “undecided” on what path would she really want to focus on· Started very broad scope on business Abundance Carrie created: · Was able to save up enough to start her own business· Took on a big responsibility with New York Education· Helping out larger institutions with organizational structure and strategic planning Lessons from Carrie adversities · It's okay to be learning a lot but eventually, you would want to focus on a thing or two· You cannot say “yes” to everyone, you have to identify which really are the ones whom you share the same goals· Importance of working together Lessons Learned in Launching a BusinessStarting a business can be both an exciting and challenging experience, as it involves navigating new territories, managing uncertainties, and learning from mistakes. Aspiring entrepreneurs should be open to seeking guidance from others, adapting their plans when necessary, and staying persistent despite setbacks. With the right mindset and framework, one can gain valuable insights and transform challenges into opportunities for growth and success. Carrie Bateman-Buckley's journey of launching Windsor Bateman Solutions exemplifies the importance of learning from one's experiences. She discusses the challenges she faced in starting her business, such as being overwhelmed with the idea of perfection for her website. Carrie highlights the significance of reaching out to others in similar fields for advice and encouragement. By being receptive to advice and learning from her experiences, Carrie was able to overcome obstacles and find success in her entrepreneurial venture. Books and Resources> Expecting Better: Why the Conventional Pregnancy Wisdom Is Wrong--and What You Really Need to Know (The ParentData Series)> We Should All Be Millionaires: A Woman's Guide to Earning More, Building Wealth, and Gaining Economic Power by Rachel Rogers Connect with Carrie Bateman-Buckley: WEBSITE: https://www.windsorbateman.com/LINKEDIN: https://www.linkedin.com/in/carrie-bateman-buckley-a6647943/ Connect with us WEBSITE: https://www.adversity2abundance.comLeave us a rating or review: https://www.adversity2abundance.com/reviews/new/ or hereGot comments, feedback or suggestions? We'd love to hear it! https://www.adversity2abundance.com/contact/ Follow Labrador Lending WEBSITE: https://labradorlending.com/YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChYrpCUlqFYLy4HngRrmU9QConnect with Jamie LINKEDIN: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jamie-bateman-5359a811/TWITTER: https://twitter.com/batemanjames
Organizational expert and founder of Organize That Effy Terry and I talk organizing. Effy is not only super organized but she's done a lot of educating about neurodiversity and how different brains need different systems. She is a big believer in finding a system that works for you versus one size fits all. One of the most refreshing things she offers is that being organized doesn't make you a better person, however it can aid your mental health. She blows my mind mentioning techniques such as body doubling and more. As someone who organization and tidying is not a strength I loved hearing Effy's take and how much compassion she approaches the work she does. Now if she would come organize my apartment. Resources mentioned:KonMari Method Institute for Challenging Disorganization Hoarders (Canadian version if you want to spot Effy :)Where to find us:Effy's WebsiteEffy's Instagram How to Be Human InstagramAnna's InstagramBook a session with Anna
Bringing the Human back to Human Resources
Melissa Brown, the Chief Operating Officer for Concierge Elite, is our guest this week! Her educational background includes a Master of Arts degree in Organizational and Business Management specializing in Human Resources. She has several certifications in remote staffing, adult education, and training development. Melissa has 20+ years of experience sharing her expertise deeply rooted in lifelong learning and her devotion to growing and developing people. She enjoys finding creative solutions to business challenges, innovating new products, and developing organizational processes and efficiencies. Melissa is one of the top thought leaders in the nation on how to work remotely for professional practices. Connect with Melissa here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/melissa-brown-462275232/ https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/understaffed/id1636035186 https://www.conciergeelite.com/ This episode is sponsored by: https://getculturebot.com/humanhr Connect with Traci here: https://linktr.ee/HRTraci Don't forget to rate, review, and subscribe! Disclaimer: Thoughts, opinions, and statements made on this podcast are not a reflection of the thoughts, opinions, and statements of the Company by whom Traci Chernoff is actively employed. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/hrtraci/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/hrtraci/support
Hour 3: Chris Canty is a tad upset that Chris Carlin big timed him in Kansas City. Canty and Carlin also look ahead did Game 2 of the Heat and Lakers including why Jimmy Butler shouldn't play in the game. Plus, LeBron vs. Steph feels different this time. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Welcome to the Social-Engineer Podcast: The Doctor Is In Series – where we will discuss understandings and developments in the field of psychology. In today's episode, Chris and Abbie are discussing: Conspiracy theories. They will talk about what makes a Conspiracy Theory and why we believe them. [May 1, 2023] 00:00 - Intro 00:17 - Dr. Abbie Maroño Intro 00:59 - Intro Links - Social-Engineer.com - http://www.social-engineer.com/ - Managed Voice Phishing - https://www.social-engineer.com/services/vishing-service/ - Managed Email Phishing - https://www.social-engineer.com/services/se-phishing-service/ - Adversarial Simulations - https://www.social-engineer.com/services/social-engineering-penetration-test/ - Social-Engineer channel on SLACK - https://social-engineering-hq.slack.com/ssb - CLUTCH - http://www.pro-rock.com/ - innocentlivesfoundation.org - http://www.innocentlivesfoundation.org/ 04:45 - The Topic of the Day: The TRUTH Behind Conspiracy Theories 05:54 - What is a Conspiracy Theory? 07:39 - What's the harm? 10:20 - WHY??? 11:17 - Pattern Seekers 13:15 - Cognitive Closure 17:04 - The Role of Critical Thinking 19:18 - An Existential Element 20:41 - Don't Forget the Lizards! 22:35 - What about Bigfoot? 24:30 - Escapism 30:15 - Reading the Emotions 32:29 - Social Motive 33:31 - Emotions vs Critical Thinking 36:42 - Prove Me Wrong! 39:09 - The Takeaway: Empathy 40:57 - Wrap Up & Outro - www.social-engineer.com - www.innocentlivesfoundation.org Find us online: - Twitter: https://twitter.com/abbiejmarono - LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/dr-abbie-maroño-phd-35ab2611a - Twitter: https://twitter.com/humanhacker - LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/christopherhadnagy References: Abalakina-Paap, M., Stephan, W. 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Are you tired of feeling overwhelmed by clutter and chaos? Why is it that some people seem so organized, when maybe you feel like you're struggling to keep up? In this episode of the Natalie Tysdal Podcast, I dive deep into the challenges of staying organized and share powerful insights on why it can feel so hard. From the fear of letting go to the impact of mental health, I explore the root causes of disorganization and procrastination. I also share my practical strategies for putting systems in place and overcoming a lack of self-discipline. Tune in to discover the secrets to staying organized and reclaim control over your life. Listen in as we talk about: [1:50] Why staying organized can feel hard [2:30] Lack of prioritization [3:35] The fear of letting go [4:35] Why we procrastinate [5:55] How to put systems in place [8:20] Is there a lack of self-discipline? [9:25] How mental health impacts staying organized Notes from Natalie: Sign Up for Natalie's Newsletter Seeking Health: www.natalietysdal.com/favorites Trello: https://trello.com/natalietysfal/recommend Calendly: www.calendly.com Connect with Natalie Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ntysdal/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@ntysdal Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NatalieTysdal/ Website: https://www.natalietysdal.com
If you can get comfortable with leading people in technology, then you will be in an excellent position for the future.Samantha Lomow, a seasoned leader with over 25 years of experience in toys, entertainment, and fashion, shares her experiences transforming Hasbro's business model by adding storytelling and partnering with Hollywood filmmakers. She also discusses her experience working with Foot Locker during a critical transition period for the company. This conversation delves into the topic of leadership in a changing world. Samantha highlights the importance of creating, communicating, and collaborating for positive change and that nurturing people and ideas with emotional intelligence and social skills is crucial for success. Organizational values and strategy, coupled with the current technology, make a successful organization. Join us as we learn from Samantha's wealth of knowledge on leading through change while staying true to your leadership values!In this episode:Samantha's insights on leadership and transformative business cultureCreating, communicating, and collaborating for positive changeArticulating organizational values and integrating play into workMain takeaways:Values are the DNA of an organizationLeadership is about leading through change in a volatile marketTeams need to create, communicate, and collaborate for positive changeCommunication drives culture and enables progressSuccessful leaders nurture people and ideas with social skills and emotional intelligenceEmployees want to feel connected to their work and seek meaning from itThe future of leadership involves leading people with technology and ethicsQuotes:"We do need role models to help become better mentors." - Samantha Lomow"Leadership is all about leading through change, and those are the types of opportunities that excite me the most. Now more than ever, we need to help our teams create, communicate, and collaborate around how to make positive change for the future." - Samantha Lomow"Values are the DNA of the organization." - Samantha LomowConnect with Samantha!LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/samantha-lomow/ Connect with Denis: Email: email@example.comWebsite: http://www.leadingchangepartners.com/Leadership Is Changing Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/LeadershipIsChanging/Leadership is Changing LinkedIn Page: https://www.linkedin.com/company/leadership-is-changing-podcast/
Are you wondering if you can homeschool while you are also building a business?In this episode, we dive into the world of homeschooling and entrepreneurship with Laura Glass, a successful mompreneur who has found balance in juggling both roles.Laura shares her secrets to success, emphasizing the importance of time management and planning ahead. She offers tips on how to stay organized and prioritize tasks, while still providing quality education for your children.Throughout the conversation, we explore how to incorporate books, internet resources, and independent work into your homeschool routine, especially during busy times.We also discuss the importance of setting clear boundaries and expectations with family members, so you can focus on work without interruption, while still maintaining healthy relationships.I think you'll benefit from the tips and ideas shared today, enjoy!XOXO,KatieFEEL GOOD!familysuccess.lifevantage.comJoin Our Community!https://urlgeni.us/facebook/HHAHGroupMeet Katie here:https://herhomeandheart.net/coachingMentorship Session:https://bit.ly/3Flo7oaMore Info:https://bit.ly/m/HerHomeandHeartWant Your Question Considered For The Podcast? Leave me a message!https://www.speakpipe.com/KatieK
There's nothing better than crossing something off your to-do list. This week Chris and Gina reflect on which tools are best for organizing your life and your to-do list. Their conclusion — analog is best. Gina breaks down why her bullet journal is the best option for her and why digital lists will never be as effective as writing things down on paper.
Sometimes we find ourselves involved in organizations, governments and communities that might be psychologically unhealthy to us or our communities. John Larsen has collected a few points you can use to check to see if an organization might be considered dangerous or unhealthy. There are elections with only one candidate up for each office. All members are expected to vote in unison. The term “beloved” is applied to a living leader by other leaders of the organization. Loyal members calling for reform or change are purged or otherwise silenced. There are no means for membership to appeal a decision. The group is willing to break up families or other social structures to further or preserve its own organizations. Members are encouraged to look and dress the same. Uniformity is encouraged or required in clothing, haircuts, jewelry, etc. Life events are controlled by the organization. For example, you cannot marry without leadership approval. There is an organizationally controlled media including television, radio and newspapers. All outside media is cast as suspect. The organization is overly focused on winning over vulnerable populations such as the youth, those who are grieving, or those in financial distress. The group is involved in many business or monetary transactions wholly unrelated to the central mission of the organization. Members are encouraged or required to never say anything negative about the leadership. The organization uses litigation as a means to silence dissident membership or outside organizations speaking against the group. Community leaders are chosen by the central organization. Local communities have no say in who their representatives will be. The governance structure of the central organization is ambiguous, hidden or unknown. Obedience to the central organization is encouraged over all other values. All finances are kept secret. The leadership of the organization is preoccupied with the most intimate details of member's lives including finances, sex and personal relationships. Leadership tends to speak of the victim-hood of the organization even in endeavors where the organization has a majority or controlling influence. Organizational history is overly sentimentalized and unflattering information is edited out of official documents. The organization insists that it has primacy or is more important than all other organizations. The group has an almost obsessive focus on the outward appearances of organizational buildings and properties, grass is meticulously cut, no litter is ever found, grounds are always perfect. A great deal of time and effort is spent on this resource. Episode Show Notes YouTube Link Mormon Stories Thanks Our Generous Donors! Help us continue to deliver quality content by becoming a donor today: One-time or recurring donation through Donorbox Support us on Patreon Our Platforms: Youtube Patreon Spotify Apple Podcasts Contact us: MormonStories@gmail.com PO Box 171085, Salt Lake City, UT 84117 Social Media: Insta: @mormstories Tiktok: @mormonstoriespodcast Join the Discord