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Welcome to another episode of The Action and Ambition Podcast! Joining us today are Anthony Nagendraraj and Marissa Huggins, the Co-Founders of Spontivly, a Community Management System that integrates with a company's suite of community tools to allow for greater insights and efficiencies. The software provides real-time analytics to measure community engagement, growth, and impact across any platform. They imagine a world where technology can bring people together by creating powerful and meaningful communities for everyone across the globe. Don't miss a thing on this. Tune in to learn more!
David Zinsner is the Executive vice president and the CFO of Intel Corporation. Having participated in several transformations in such companies as Credo, Micron Technology and Affirmed Networks, David is now leading the charge of realising Intel's global ambitions.In this episode we talk about:David's leadership principlesImpact of the CFO role in the organisationHow to succeed in a new role at the highest levelMeasuring the return on R&D budgetGlobal microchip marketSemiconductor role in global securityThe topics covered in this episode with Timestamps:02:55 - Introduction and David's journey before Intel07:30 - Leadership principles that helped David in his career11:20 - How to jump into new companies and new roles13:45 - How CFOs can drive impact (not only by cutting costs)18:30 - Things David wishes he'd known at the beginning of his career22:45 - Framework to decide which projects/products have future and which not27:00 - How corporate VC arms should fit into group strategy32:30 - Making sure R&D investment bring expected value37:10 - Intel's position in global markets and challenges43:10 - Global semiconductor industry challenges52:00 - How China and Taiwan situation might impact the global supply chain Find other episodes on > https://www.pursuitofscrappiness.co/ Watch this episode on YouTube > https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCP6ueaLnjS-CQfrMCm2EoTA ===Support for this episode comes from Nexpay > https://paynexpay.com/===Connect with us on Linkedin > https://www.linkedin.com/company/pursuit-of-scrappiness/Questions/suggestions? Join our Telegram group > https://t.me/pursuitofscrappiness
145: "I don't know who she is. But she's a military spouse. I have a sister here, and so I'm going to stand next to her." Women Who Do Wonders with Pamela Bolado Despite where we come from, Pamela Bolado believes that, in some capacity, we are all living similar lives. Her worldview - from being raised in Canada, to living in Kuwait, to moving to the United States in 2016 - and many life experiences have now led her to advocating for women from all backgrounds through her non-profit, Women Who Do Wonders. Pamela shares how she met her husband, her observation of the Canadian military spouse community vs. the American military spouse community, how her experience at Joint Base Lewis–McChord Air Force Base (JBLM) positively shaped her perception of being a military spouse, her current initiatives, the stress of military transition, and much more. Connect with Pamela Bolado https://www.instagram.com/pamela_bolado/ (https://www.instagram.com/pamela_bolado/) https://twitter.com/PamelaBolado (https://twitter.com/PamelaBolado) https://tiktok.com/@PamelaBolado (https://tiktok.com/@PamelaBolado) https://linkedin.com/in/pamelabolado (https://linkedin.com/in/pamelabolado) https://amazon.com/author/pamelabolado (https://amazon.com/author/pamelabolado) email@example.com https://www.clubhouse.com/@PamelaBolado (https://www.clubhouse.com/@PamelaBolado) Learn about Women Who Do Wonders https://womenwhodowonders.org/ (https://womenwhodowonders.org/) https://www.instagram.com/womenwhodowonders/ (https://www.instagram.com/womenwhodowonders/) https://www.facebook.com/womenwhodowonders (https://www.facebook.com/womenwhodowonders) https://twitter.com/hashtag/womenwhodowonders (https://twitter.com/hashtag/womenwhodowonders) Announcements Jen and Jenny Lynne are going to Disney World to attend Disney Institute's Veterans Institute Summit on August 19 to 20, 2022! Learn how you can register online at https://www.disneyinstitute.com/disney-institute-summits/veterans-institute-summit/ (https://www.disneyinstitute.com/disney-institute-summits/veterans-institute-summit/) -- The award-winning show, Holding Down the Fort by US VetWealth, returns for Season 6 to answer the biggest question for career military families, “So… when are we gonna get out?” and everything involved with answering this question. Co-hosts Jen Amos and Jenny Lynne Stroup continue to converse with special guests from and for our military community to share knowledge, resources and relevant stories on how we can best “hold down the fort” while on active duty, going through transition, and into post-military life. Holding Down the Fort is sponsored by US VetWealth. Navigate your military retirement pay and survivor benefit plan alternatives by getting FREE access to our white papers. We have a case study library for the following ranks: E7, E8, E9, O5 and O6. Visit https://usvetwealth.com/ (https://usvetwealth.com/) Looking for a similar show to listen to? Check out our sister podcast show, The Spouse Benefit Plan, at http://thespousebenefitplan.com/ (http://thespousebenefitplan.com/) Stay connected and get the latest updates from our Holding Down the Fort by US VetWealth community by subscribing to our newsletter: http://eepurl.com/gTTOdT (http://eepurl.com/gTTOdT) Connect with our co-hosts Jen Amos firstname.lastname@example.org and Jenny Lynne Stroup email@example.com March 2022, Jenny Lynne was voted the 2022 Naval Station Norfolk Armed Forces Insurance Military Spouse of the Year. November 2020, Jen Amos was awarded “Media Professional of the Year” at The Rosie Network Entrepreneur Awards! The show continued to collect award nominations in the following years. September 2021, the show made the Final Slate in the 16th Annual People's Choice Podcast Awards for the Government & Organizations category. November 2021, the show was an Award Finalist for the 5th Annual National Veteran &...
Too often, the language in technology is taken for granted and yet it is the fundamental means through which we communicate ideas. Director of company information services, Emily Jasper, and copy editor, Patrice Calise, join host Eric Hanselman to look at ways we can be more intentional in language use and more mindful of the communities that consume it. Organizations need to take a wider view and check the lens through which they're viewing their audience. Clarity and understanding can follow!
A recent study by a firm called ExtraHop revealed that over 60% of IT environments analyzed has SSH ports exposed. Additional research shows that many less than secure ports and protocols are left open, allowing more vectors for attackers to probe. This episode breaks down what those were and how you can get a handle on these in your environment. Be aware, be safe. *** Support the podcast with a cup of coffee *** - Ko-Fi Security In Five or become a patron https://www.patreon.com/SecurityInFive Don't forget to subscribe to the Security In Five Newsletter. —————— Where you can find Security In Five —————— Security In Five Reddit Channel r/SecurityInFive Podcast RSS Twitter @binaryblogger YouTube, Stitcher Email - firstname.lastname@example.org
Caregiving is a second economy that requires a skilled workforce all its own. Yet, women are its main drivers, leaving us tired and worn out, and making it nigh impossible to compete in the workplace. We cannot achieve gender parity without more support. The pandemic showed us that caregivers and those we tend to deserve better. Dr. Nithila Peter joins us in a 2 part series to discuss solutions. You can Subscribe! so you don't miss any episodes! Time-stamped show notes are below. You can find a transcript of today's episode here. If you would like to learn more about today's topic: Unfinished Business by Anne Marie Slaughter Secrets of the Sprakkar by Eliza Reid Blessing Adesiyan, the Founder and CEO of Mother Honestly, is a good resource 1:00 Women are disproportionately responsible for the caring of others 1:41 Definition of the care economy https://research.american.edu 2:20 Women have less time and energy for our careers 3:06 Pandemic made matters worse 4:07 Society doesn't value caregiving 5:08 Dr. Nithila Peter is joining us today 6:04 Connection between emotional intelligence and the giving of care 9:15 Caregivers make the best employees 10:03 Satya Nadella, the CEO of Microsoft 11:20 Mentors, coaches, and managers are or should be caregivers 12:06 The pandemic caused many caregivers to collapse 13:35 View of caregiving as “women's work” 14:29 Students equated caregiving skills to the skills of a janitor 17:30 Caregiving should be more equitably handled by all genders 19:13 We all need to be open to learning these important caregiving skills 21:30 Parents grow skills by being caregivers 23:30, 25:10 Providing care is akin to rocket science 27:22 Stop gender stereotyping 28:12 Lack of support systems for people who want to be caregivers and breadwinners 31:00 How the Indian culture offers support for caregivers 35:00 High cost of caregiving keeps some women home 37:25 Some women don't have power in their own homes to allocate resources to caregiving 38:40 Women must have equality at home to have equality in the workplace 40:33 Iceland supports caregivers 41:15 Iceland is the most gender equal country in the world 41:51 Organizations can provide support if governments do not 42:00 Former CEO of Pepsi, Indra Nooyi supports more visibility of caregiving at work 47:15 Role of feminism in the care economy 48:34 Most women are breadwinners and caregivers 50:10 Working stands in the way of caregiving vs. caregiving stands in the way of working 51:00 Woman leader published article saying women should reconsider having children 53:45 Sheryl Sandberg did not tell us to lean into motherhood 54:50 Caregiving needs to be more visible 55:25 Pipeline of women talent is completely broken due to caregiving pressures 58:05 We need to talk more about caregiving responsibilities at work Where You Can Find Us Website: www.par-ity.com Follow us on LinkedIn Co-Hosts: Deborah Pollack-Milgate and Cathy Nestrick Email CathyAndDeborah@par-ity.com with questions or comments
People have values. Organizations have values. We have to be mindful of the values of our organizations. And likewise or organizations need to be mindful of the values of its people. In this episode, Michel tells a story of horses on a farm who avoided the electric fence. As the horses approached the fence, they began to feel the energy and so they avoid the fence because they don't want to get shocked. Values create a boundary maintain in system like that for us. When you approach the edge of your values, such as when you feel like you're being disrespected or when you are tempted to disrespect others, you begin to feel the discomfort that comes with being close to the edge of your own values. When we're working with others within organizations, we need to be mindful of our values. Values impact the way we work and the way we treat each other.Research conducted by Pearson suggests that when individuals employees understand and share their organizational values, three things are likely increased engagement, increased productivity and reduced turnover. When values are shifting this rapidly and this significantly values alignment has to be in focus.As individuals within the organization reflect, revisit and revise their personal values, needs and goals, the may likely shift out of alignment with their organization. As a result, organizations have to be in agile mode, shifting, reconsidering, revisiting, revising, and resetting values to stay in alignment with vision, with people and with the current climate.Please go to UpSkillCommunity.com to review show notes and join a community of leaders investing in better understanding and living their values.
Chris De Santis, an independent organizational behavior practitioner and author of his new book is "Why I Find You Irritating: Navigating Generational Friction at Work" joins Enterprise Radio. The post How to Leverage the Power of Generational Diversity to Create Better Teams, Organizations, and Workplace Relationships appeared first on Enterprise Podcast Network - EPN.
Should hotels be forced to house the homeless? That issue will now be decided by voters in the city of LA in two years. The LA City Council discussed the issue today but decided to pass it off to the people. It would require hotels to offer up empty rooms each day to homeless people whether the hotel wants to or not. We go In Depth to look at both sides. The new job numbers sure look nice but inflation still has people feeling pessimistic about the economy. Republicans who've questioned the 2020 election results could soon control elections in some battleground states. More pre-teens are being seen for mental health issues now. With kids heading back to school soon, we go In Depth into how those kids can best navigate the new school year. Airline seats. You've heard the complaints. Now, you get to make them to the FAA. Young sea turtles in Florida are all hatching as females now. Climate change might be why. If you like cats, you'll love a new popular video game where you play as a cat. Some animal groups are capitalizing off the game's popularity to help real cats. 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
So often lately we hear “people don't want to work” and “we can't find people.” The reality is that people don't want to participate in the traditional employment paradigm. Organizations that successfully attract and retain talent understand the importance of employee engagement and know how to foster it. Ralph and Bill offer tips that you…
Host: James Hilliard Guest: Rhett Livengood, Director, Digital Business Enabling at Intel Today's digital work environment has elevated cyber security risks for organizations. It's no longer safe to only rely on software-based solutions. This podcast explores why we IT teams should adopt a “zero-trust” mindset and how you can equip your employees with the right tools, software, and training to help protect against costly cyberattacks. Show Notes: [1:00] PC security has evolved drastically since the pandemic. With remote and hybrid work environments the norm today, security risks are even greater. Data breaches are unfortunately more common and can cause detrimental impacts. In a recent report, the average financial loss is $4.2M per breach (IBM). [3:36] We're in a zero-trust environment now. Companies should assume that employees and organizations are being attacked at all times. No links or external data can be trusted. [5:00] VPNs are difficult to maintain and manage and are no longer an effective approach to protect employees. Adding more security software slows systems down and don't lead to a great user experience. [6:30] Intel has looked at building security right into the hardware as a solution without slowing down PCs to better support remote and hybrid employees. [7:10] People are the weakest link when it comes to cyber security. Organizations should implement a recurring training program with reminders about multi-factor authentication, using unique and complex passwords, and paying attention to links. Phishing attacks are getting more sophisticated so highlighting what employees should look out for is key. [10:05] Security patches should be seamless while also considering employees' working hours. Offering the user scheduling options is ideal to minimize business interruptions. [12:56] Security should be a holistic mindset. It requires consideration of the employee, technology, security threats, and training. Multilayer device protection should include software, application, and hardware. [15:40] When deploying PCs to employees, IT teams should be mindful about the software that is being loaded. Each program will impact PC performance which, in turn, impacts the employee experience. Work with a partner to effectively integrate software and systems for optimal protection and user experience. [18:00] Protecting data involves encryption. Zero-trust applies here too. Nothing can be trusted. [20:15] Security assessments and audits continue to be in the forefront when it comes to balancing employees' needs and tools, various work environments, and organizational security protocols. [23:48] In the future, Artificial Intelligence will play a key role in automating security checks to help minimize user error.
In this HCI Podcast episode, Dr. Jonathan H. Westover talks with Matt Wilkerson about the benefits of externship programs for the student and for organizations. See the video here: https://youtu.be/0MhTslAtMGM. Matt Wilkerson (https://www.linkedin.com/in/mattwilkerson/) is the Co-founder & CEO of Paragon One which scales real work and experiential learning between companies, schools, and students. The company's flagship product, Remote Externships, are an alternative to internships that provide students with more access, flexibility, and credentialing opportunities so that they can build their resume while developing fundamental skills that employers seek. Matt holds both a B.S. degree in Computer Science & Engineering and a B.S. in Management Science from the MIT. Please consider supporting the podcast on Patreon and leaving a review wherever you listen to your podcasts! Check out BetterHelp.com/HCI to explore plans and options! Go to cardiotabs.com/innovations and use code innovations to get a free Mental Health Pack featuring Cardiotabs Omega-3 Lemon Minis and Curcumin when you sign up for a subscription. Check out Zapier.com/HCI to explore their business automations! Check out the HCI Academy: Courses, Micro-Credentials, and Certificates to Upskill and Reskill for the Future of Work! Check out the LinkedIn Alchemizing Human Capital Newsletter. Check out Dr. Westover's book, The Future Leader. Check out Dr. Westover's book, 'Bluer than Indigo' Leadership. Check out Dr. Westover's book, The Alchemy of Truly Remarkable Leadership. Check out the latest issue of the Human Capital Leadership magazine. Ranked #5 Workplace Podcast Ranked #6 Performance Management Podcast Ranked #7 HR Podcast Ranked #12 Talent Management Podcast Ranked in the Top 20 Personal Development and Self-Improvement Podcasts Ranked in the Top 30 Leadership Podcasts Each HCI Podcast episode (Program, ID No. 592296) has been approved for 0.50 HR (General) recertification credit hours toward aPHR™, aPHRi™, PHR®, PHRca®, SPHR®, GPHR®, PHRi™ and SPHRi™ recertification through HR Certification Institute® (HRCI®). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The ongoing conflict in Ukraine has had a significant impact on commercial activity for many organizations on a local and international scale. Organizations with commercial operations in the region (both Ukraine and Russia) may face challenges in sustaining their contractual obligations. Mayer Brown partner Jim Ferguson and associate Valerie Vanryckeghem, along with host Julian Dibbell, will discuss common issues that certain organizations may face as a result of the crisis and practical considerations for drafting contractual protections with a view to avoiding the specific business risks of the Ukraine conflict.
#MillenniumLive welcomes a company with a mission to empower people to overcome addictions by combining technology, healthcare, and design. Quit Genius is the world's first digital clinic delivering personalized addiction treatment for your workplace, which includes dynamic solutions for tobacco, vaping, alcohol, and opioid addictions, 100% virtually. Joining us on the podcast is Dr. Yusuf Sherwani, Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer, who says the goal is nothing short of helping 100 million people overcome their substance addictions by 2030. In this episode, we explore how Quit Genius serves employers, individuals, providers, & health plans, how their substance care differs from traditional treatment, and the ways Quit Genius works with an employers' other programs to optimize all benefits available.
Jodi Boone is a Product Manager 2 for Microsoft's Azure platform, a cloud computing platform for application management via Microsoft-managed data centers. Jodi graduated graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science in 2020. Erin Chapple is a product and technology executive who delivers multibillion-dollar revenues through innovation, product leadership and technology acumen. She leads Microsoft Azure Core product and design. Erin has a Bachelor of Applied Science in Electrical Engineering with a minor in Environmental Engineering and a Master's Degree in Applied Behavioral Science - Coaching and Consulting in Organizations.Episode NotesJodi and Erin share their experience as a mentor and mentee. They talk about their experience from their different perspectives. Erin as an experienced executive who has been in the industry for many years and Jodi as an entry level computer science graduate. Jodi and Erin connected at a SheHacks hackathon which was the beginning of a series of conversations and eventually developed into a mentoring relationships.We talk about the benefits of mentoring, not just for the mentee but also for the mentor and how a mentorship resembles dating...a thread that weaves itself throughout our conversation. Erin and Jodi's mentoring relationship was built over time and has been instrumental in guiding Jodi as she started her career and pivoted to a new focus shortly after entering the job market.We also talk about the importance of networking and the difference between sponsorships and mentorships.Music used in the podcast: Higher Up, Silverman Sound StudioAcronyms, Definitions, and Fact CheckSheHacks+ is Canada's biggest all-female and non-binary 36 hour hackathon, which aims to help individuals who are subject to gender discrimination realize they belong in tech. (https://shehacks.ca)SCRUM - a framework for project management, with an initial emphasis on software development, although it has been used in other fields including research, sales, marketing and advanced technologies. It is designed for teams of ten or fewer members, who break their work into goals that can be completed within time-boxed iterations, called sprints, no longer than one month and most commonly two weeks. (wikipedia)Microsoft Azure - The Azure cloud platform is more than 200 products and cloud services designed to help you bring new solutions to life—to solve today's challenges and create the future. Build, run, and manage applications across multiple clouds, on-premises, and at the edge, with the tools and frameworks of your choice. (https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/resources/cloud-computing-dictionary/what-is-azure/)
Anthony Ormsbee-Hale shares about the power of professional and personal development plans that emerging leaders can leverage to set and crush goals. No matter who you are, you can always develop skills and knowledge; you can always become a better version of yourself. During this episode, Anthony shares several resources including a template for professional development plans and offers listeners a free resources for behavioral assessments via The Predictive Index. You can use this link to complete the assessment and receive your leadership development resources.Meet the BTG Contributors.Sponsored by Peak Senior Living by Functional Pathways.Connect with us on social media:YouTube InstagramFacebookTwitterLinkedInTune in each Wednesday for a new episode of the Contributor Wednesday series! Visit our website for more episodes and information at BTGvoice.com.Produced by Solinity Marketing.
Collaborative efforts, face obstacles. Some of the obstacles are related to individual behavior, others to organizational structures, and still others to organizational practices.We can strengthen collaborative efforts by identifying the obstacles. Once obstacles are identified, the work can start to remove them. Organizations that are unwilling to address their unique obstacles cannot move forward.
Pete Blank shares five tips this week on how to market yourself. This is not about #humblebragging or telling others how great you are. This is about marketing you and your brand to your audience who wants to get to know you better. These five tips are: Be deliberately active on social media Join a professional organization Increase your expertise Be authentic and transparent Know who you want to know you
Host Skip Perham of the Suffolk University Sawyer Business School discusses the Concussion Legacy Foundation's recent findings that validate the research linking repetitive head injury and Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy., commonly known as CTE. CLF Director of Programs, Samantha Bureau, PhD, communicates a call to action for global sports organizations like the NHL, FIFA, and the IOC to acknowledge the link and communicate the dangers to participants of all ages.
Welcome to Season 3 of The Business Behind Fundraising! For this season, we'll be going in-depth on a few of the factors impacting the Great Resignation that I want you to reflect on. Today's episode will be all about why you should invest more money into overhead, especially your fundraising staff. Spoiler: No new grant appeal, board member, or celebrity shout-out is going to fix your insufficient overhead cash. It's all about solid groundwork and being honest with our needs and numbers. Tune in to The Business Behind Fundraising — Why You Should Invest More MONEY into Overhead (Fundraising Staff) with Sherry Quam Taylor. What You Will Discover: ✔️Spend enough money to generate the dollars you need. Are you raising the same money every year? More fundraising activities won't fix this. What you need is more gas in the engine. Sometimes even a different engine! ✔️ Start with the math. It's only until you've been honest with yourself and created a true needs-based budget that you will be able to craft an accurate financing plan for your fundraising team to reach or exceed. ✔️ Spending mistakes to avoid. Ever feel like you can't afford to hire fundraising staff? Too often, you're spending too much on programs, and that's keeping you from investing enough in staff and overhead. ✔️ Answering the tough questions yields growth. Consider these: What is the true financing plan? How can you raise or exceed a truly balanced budget? How can you design a funding model that supports your true need? What should your team be doing? Does your team have the right skillset? ✔️Never cut corners. Organizations that lean into risk tend to make consistent revenue leaps. Be brave when spending money to RAISE more money. Subscribe to my YouTube for weekly updates: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbjEu276-YQ0TeurphD62pA/ Download: The Big Fundraising Secret (How Traditional Nonprofit Fundraising Blocks Your Overall Growth and Keeps You from Fully Funding Your Organization Every Year): https://mailchi.mp/a533c0ab59cf/2021-whitepaper Or, subscribe to The Business Behind Fundraising podcast on any of your favorite podcast apps!
Organizations focus on The Bottom Line. But too seldom do they make it a priority to understand this bottom line: The people they employ are human beings. They may work with or as cogs in a corporate machine, but they are not machines. And their well-being, including their mental health, needs to be considered. It is not just the right thing to do for the health of employees, but for the health of businesses as well. Geoff McDonald, a former top exec at Unilever tells his personal story of the toll being pushed too hard for too long took on his body and mind. He now speaks across the globe about the need to address and prioritize Mental Health in the Workplace.
This episode originally aired on the"Cosmic Body" podcast. We'll be back with a brand new season of fresh Ceremony Circle episodes this fall! *** New podcast alert! Episode 21 is a fun one! Journey with me as I interview Shaman and Author, Alyson Charles, as we talk about all things Animal Power (her new book!) On this podcast we talk about: -Shamanism and how she get into it in this lifetime -Her new book, Animal Power, and how it will help the unity and oneness of all beings -The meaning of Bees as they always come around (story on the show!) -How to connect with your power animal -What we can learn from them -An impromptu reading from her on my current power animal (it's a fun one!!) -Organizations to support the animals -AND her story on how the animals helped connect her with her current fiancé Luke Storey! And So much more! Can't wait for you to listen and share! Show notes: https://www.alysoncharles.com/about (https://www.alysoncharles.com/about) ANIMAL POWER Book - https://www.alysoncharles.com/animalpower (https://www.alysoncharles.com/animalpower) *To preorder her book and get the shamanic guided journey go to the link above
144: "With the amount of crap we endure, there's no reason why military marriages should not have the strongest, most sustainable relationships." Military Marriage Day with Bree Carroll Bree Carroll believes in strengthening military marriages so much that she founded Military Marriage Day, which takes place annually on August 14th (strategically six months after Valentine's Day). She shares a snapshot of what it's like being a full-time entrepreneur, how the Hearts and Stripes podcast was created from seeing a lot of her friends experiencing divorce, her relationship with her husband, her findings from the 2020 Military Marriage Survey, what to expect for this year's Military Marriage day, and much more! Connect with Bree Carroll https://bcarrollevents.com/ (https://bcarrollevents.com/) https://www.instagram.com/itsbreecarroll/ (https://www.instagram.com/itsbreecarroll/) https://www.instagram.com/bcarrollevents/ (https://www.instagram.com/bcarrollevents/) https://www.facebook.com/itsbreecarroll (https://www.facebook.com/itsbreecarroll) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCF7psa2nI0NpdI2HYwJ4qDA (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCF7psa2nI0NpdI2HYwJ4qDA) https://www.pinterest.com/BCarrollEvents/ (https://www.pinterest.com/BCarrollEvents/) Learn more about Military Marriage Day https://militarymarriageday.com/ (https://militarymarriageday.com/) https://www.facebook.com/militarymarriageday (https://www.facebook.com/militarymarriageday) https://www.instagram.com/militarymarriageday/ (https://www.instagram.com/militarymarriageday/) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWqGsao3UM-EqClBoitz8RQ (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWqGsao3UM-EqClBoitz8RQ) Subscribe to the Hearts & Stripes Podcast https://heartsstripes.podbean.com/ (https://heartsstripes.podbean.com/) -- The award-winning show, Holding Down the Fort by US VetWealth, returns for Season 6 to answer the biggest question for career military families, “So… when are we gonna get out?” and everything involved with answering this question. Co-hosts Jen Amos and Jenny Lynne Stroup continue to converse with special guests from and for our military community to share knowledge, resources and relevant stories on how we can best “hold down the fort” while on active duty, going through transition, and into post-military life. Holding Down the Fort is sponsored by US VetWealth. Navigate your military retirement pay and survivor benefit plan alternatives by getting FREE access to our white papers. We have a case study library for the following ranks: E7, E8, E9, O5 and O6. Visit https://usvetwealth.com/ (https://usvetwealth.com/) Looking for a similar show to listen to? Check out our sister podcast show, The Spouse Benefit Plan, at http://thespousebenefitplan.com/ (http://thespousebenefitplan.com/) Stay connected and get the latest updates from our Holding Down the Fort by US VetWealth community by subscribing to our newsletter: http://eepurl.com/gTTOdT (http://eepurl.com/gTTOdT) Connect with our co-hosts Jen Amos email@example.com and Jenny Lynne Stroup firstname.lastname@example.org March 2022, Jenny Lynne was voted the 2022 Naval Station Norfolk Armed Forces Insurance Military Spouse of the Year. November 2020, Jen Amos was awarded “Media Professional of the Year” at The Rosie Network Entrepreneur Awards! The show continued to collect award nominations in the following years. September 2021, the show made the Final Slate in the 16th Annual People's Choice Podcast Awards for the Government & Organizations category. November 2021, the show was an Award Finalist for the 5th Annual National Veteran & Military Spouse Entrepreneur Awards. December 2021, the show became a Golden Crane Podcast Awards Nominee. Holding Down the Fort has also been featured in multiple media outlets including Military Entrepreneur (M.E.) Magazine, MOAA's Never Stop Learning Podcast, The Leadership Void Podcast, Sisters in Service
Episode page with video, transcript and more My guest for Episode #175 of the My Favorite Mistake podcast is Janet L. Polach, Ph.D. She is a global leadership development partner and coach. She has developed leaders in the U.S. and around the world. As a retired lieutenant colonel having spent 20 years in the Marines, Janet knows a thing or two about what it takes to be a great leader. After receiving her Ph.D. in organizational development and working with a global consulting firm in China, Janet launched her own consulting practice helping hundreds of companies across the globe including major brands and government contractors. Her no-nonsense but lighthearted approach is what separates her from the boys and creates transformational results for even the most struggling leaders. She's also the author of the book The Seven Mistakes New Managers Make. Her website is: www.inthelead.co. In this episode, Janet tells her favorite mistake story about losing her patience and losing her temper in front of others. She was working in the private sector and realized that a business partner hadn't held of their end of the bargain. But Janet agrees we need to “live and learn,” so she shared what she learned and how she adjusted from this encounter. We also talk about questions and topics including: Praise publicly, criticize privately? What was the culture in the Marines regarding criticism Look for red flags during the interviewing process… I think of Marines as being very serious, with a serious mission… why do you think it's important to have a “lighthearted” approach? Why write a book about leadership mistakes? Is that more helpful than saying what TO do? “We don't train brand new leaders” How to do an effective 1×1?? Mistakes that ORGANIZATIONS make — promoting the best individual contributor to a management role? Telling managers to basically just figure out how to manage? $166 billion is spent every year on leadership training but companies are still struggling due to a lack of leadership — WHY? How does the Marine Corps teach leadership? Classroom, behaviors modeled by senior leaders? Coaching? Mistakes in change management… what mistakes to leaders make and what should they do to full engage if not excite people about change? There are many mistakes we might make in giving feedback to somebody… what comes to mind and what do you recommend? Congrats again on the publication of your book… I understand there was/were Book(s) you attempted to write but didn't finish? --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/favorite-mistake/support
Dmitri Mehlhorn returns to The Great Battlefield podcast to talk about what Investing in US has been up to and what he believes works and doesn't work to defeat Trumpism.
Nicole Maaguo is the Founder & CEO of Cultivate Ink, LLC a boutique tech firm that helps organizations overcome technology and customer churn challenges to reach new levels of success. Cultivate Ink accomplishes this by elevating strategic priorities and goal setting to help customers align investment with desired outcomes. Over the course of her career, Nicole has served non-profits, associations, software start-ups, and Fortune 100 companies. Nicole is also the creator of #ProjectBox, a subscription box of curated professional development for aspiring leaders. In her spare time, Nicole advances customer success and women in tech movements as the Co-President of PulseLocal DC and as a contributor for MsTech. Website: www.cultivateink.com/projectbox Instagram: cultivateink_projectbox Facebook: cultivateink LinkedIn: nicolemaaguo PulseLocal DC: www.linkedin.com/groups/8282977 MsTech Blog: https://ms-tech.co/blog/ Episode Link: https://iamceo.co/2018/10/24/iam092-ceo-helps-organizations-overcome-technology-customer-churn-challenges-to-succeed/
This week, Dan Neumann is joined by Christine Bush, a brand new Agile thinker. In this episode, Dan and Christine are discussing Agile Transformations. As Lyssa Adkins describes, an Agile Coach is someone who has seen lots of different success and failure patterns over time. Change is never easy, and that is the reason why Dan And Christine are diving deep into the necessary features of a well-conducted Agile transformation. Key Takeaways What is important when an organization is looking for an Agile Transformation? Transformations have to come from the top and leadership has to be committed to them. The leadership has to be ready to invest in education for the Team members of the organization and to guide them through the Transformation. Transformation cannot be an option. Middle-level managers are key to a successful Transformation, they need to be trained and guided in the process. What is next after the training is over? Agile Coaches are crucial in this stage since the application is a whole different story. Change can be scary. Let's experiment, instead of thinking about it in terms of winning or losing. Keep your eyes on the goal. Are some other roles instrumental when transitioning? There could be a lack of clarity on some roles at the beginning. All Team members are working together to deliver outcomes in short cycles with rapid feedback loops. The business stakeholders help with the requirements but sometimes they get confused by the new events. “Don't just give them the title, buy them the tool, and expect the Agile process to work.” Organizations want to be Agile but they don't give them the necessary coaching and facilitation that people need to be successful. Providing support is what enables Teams to become self-organizing and successful. Be patient; small victories can get a long way. Mentioned in this Episode: “What is Agile Coaching?” by Lyssa Adkins Scrum: The Art of Doing Twice the Work in Half the Time, by Jeff Sutherland Want to Learn More or Get in Touch? Visit the website and catch up with all the episodes on AgileThought.com! Email your thoughts or suggestions to Podcast@AgileThought.com or Tweet @AgileThought using #AgileThoughtPodcast!
Bots can deliver great automated service for a wide range of questions, issues and transactional interactions. But they can't make up for bad customer experience (CX). That might be why customer satisfaction with bots has declined as bot use has grown. Organizations too often jump into drafting requirements and deploying a bot without laying the groundwork for success. But great bot experiences start with strategic planning based on a deep understanding of how customers engage with your brand. In this episode, Jane Hendricks, Senior Product Marketing Manager at Genesys, explains how to create bots your customers will love. And she advises listeners how not to bot. With the right insights, you can build better bots that deliver empathetic experiences — and help customers advance on their journeys.
Making Agile work for your Organizations | Balesh Raghurajan | #TGV246“…the agile movement in software is part of a larger movement towards more humane and dynamic workplaces in the 21st century.”~Rowan BunningTune into #TGV246 to get clarity on the above topic. Here are the timestamp-based pointers from Balesh Raghurajan's conversation with Naveen Samala0:00:00 INTRODUCTION AND CONTEXT SETTING 0:02:30 Balesh PROFESSIONAL JOURNEY AND THE TOP 3 THINGS THAT HELPED IN His SUCCESS0:07:15 How to make Agile work?0:11:45 How to transform life by following our hearts?0:15:20 Gone are the days where you don't have to code after reaching a manager position…from that perspective, what is the role of a manager in an Agile team0:20:50 How not to manage Agile teams?0:24:30 Irrespective of how well we create RACI matrices in our organizations, still there is some element of the blame game that comes into the picture. How do we deal with the ownership aspect in a structured way?0:27:30 About his company - Effilor - what do they do and how are they helping clients?0:30:00 Toughest lessons learned as an entrepreneur0:33:00 WITTY ANSWERS TO THE RAPID-FIRE QUESTIONS0:39:00 ONE PIECE OF ADVICE TO THOSE ASPIRING TO MAKE BIG IN THEIR CAREERS 0:43:00 TRIVIA ABOUT Dynamic System Development Method (DSDM) ABOUT THE GUEST(In his words):I help transform how people work and how leaders lead. Since the pandemic, I've helped various organizations and leaders with org design, KPIs, building a solution mindset, creating a culture of agility, streamlining product development, inculcating curiosity, transforming leaders to manage remote/hybrid teams, reframing roles & designations, and much more.I'm also a certified Blue Ocean Strategy Consultant and Semco Style Consultant. Hofstede's book on cultural dimensions is my "operating manual"
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Organizations that survive for a long time - generations, even - are really impressive, but it doesn't mean they have good governance. Background music is Of the Stars by KC Roberts & the Live Revolution SCRIPT: I contributed to a paper a few years back that found over a 50 year period that family-controlled listed companies were significantly more likely to survive for the entire stretch than non-family firms. Cool finding, right! The problem is that it's not all that clear to me that survival is always a good thing. I can imagine myself being a founder or business owner who, for example, resists an offer to buy my company – one that might be in the best interests of my organization and its stakeholders – just because I want to stay in control or keep my name on the door. There's nothing wrong with that – as the owner, it's my prerogative. I can kinda do what I want. But in this case surviving – aka not getting absorbed by another company – is clearly not the same as good governance. Of course there may be cases where survival *is* indicative of good governance. A company that survives and thrives over a long time probably didn't succeed in spite of bad decisions. I think the point here is similar to a couple of episodes back where I argued that good financial performance isn't the same as good governance. It can be pretty tempting to look at a company that has survived for a long time – generations, even – and think that just because it continues to exist it must have great leaders and effective governance. But if we take a moment, we can all imagine how an organization might survive despite awful governance, maybe on the fumes of what was once a great idea. Sure, it's surviving, but is it “living”? Is it “thriving”?
In this episode, Dr. Kristin Schneider, a licensed clinical psychologist and behavioral research scientist with the Threat Lab, talks to Dr. Nicole Alford about inclusivity within organizations and how this relates to security and workforce protection. To watch Dr. Nicole Alford's C-InT SBS Summit 2021 video, visit www.SBSSummit.com To read more about Dr. Nicole Alford, please visit: https://sbssummit.com/speaker/dr-nicole-alford/ -TIMESTAMP- 00:00 Introduction 01:46 Why it's important to address and promote inclusivity within organizations 07:01 Embracing change 12:33 Cultural factors 24:18 Stop viewing change and diversity as a threat 31:19 Outro
This week, Diana and Zeenat have a conversation with Real Estate Professional Jena Congdon, who shares great tips for planning for a smooth move, and they also discuss organizing garages.Resources mentioned in this episode:Organizations who Accept Donations in the Miami Area:https://pickupsforbreastcancer.orghttps://www.bookleggerslibrary.comhttps://chapmanpartnership.org/in-kind-donations/ https://miami.dressforsuccess.orghttps://www.hhch.orghttp://www.miamirescuemission.comhttps://www.salvationarmyusa.org/usn/https://lotushouse.orghttps://apps.rmhcsouthflorida.orghttps://pickupplease.org/miami/Local ChurchesLocal SynagoguesLocal Thrift Stores Your local libraries (books)Connect with Jena Congdon:https://www.ownmiami.comhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/congdonconnection/https://www.facebook.com/TheOwnMiamiTeamhttps://www.instagram.com/theownmiamiteam/https://twitter.com/CongdonTeamhttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLMvijuqwDYctY6VddwmrngConnect with Diana and Zeenat:email: email@example.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/organizing_with_ease_podcast/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/OWEPodcast
Organizations are facing a massive shift in the workforce as people reevaluate what they want from their jobs. It's up to project leaders to keep teams on track and to continue to deliver value, even amid high attrition. We discuss this with: Kierstin Gray, PMI-ACP, PMP, program director, Argodesign, Brooklyn, New York, USA: Gray explains how project talent turnover can impact a team's deliverables and cohesion, and how adopting an agile mindset and strengthening communication and trust can help teams build resilience to resourcing challenges.Vitor Amaral, CTO, Bitz, São Paulo: Amaral shares how people's shifting relationships with their jobs and the increase in remote work are impacting tech jobs in Latin America, plus how project leaders are using communication and documentation to keep projects on track and team members engaged.Key themes[02:18] How high turnover impacts project teams—financially and emotionally[07:02] Adopting an agile mindset to build resilience[09:39] Ways to include safeguards for turnover in projects[11:30] COVID-19 and remote work's impact on tech jobs in Latin America[13:15] Using communication, documentation to keep projects running smoothly[17:14] How emphasizing a project's purpose and a team member's efforts can aid talent retention
Election season provides a great opportunity for nonprofits and foundations to elevate their issues with voters and candidates. On this episode we're going to look at ways a variety of tax-exempt entities can engage in outreach to candidates and engage with political parties. We'll look at ways nonprofits can attend political party conventions, help shape candidate and party platforms, educate candidates on community issues, respond to candidate questions, and more. Attorneys for this episode Natalie Roetzel Ossenfort Leslie Barnes Victor Rivera Labiosa Show Notes 501(c)(3) public charities can educate candidates on community issues. They can engage with candidates during in-person visits, phone calls, issue briefings, etc. Just remember, public charities must remain nonpartisan in their outreach by trying to ensure that each candidate is provided with identical or equivalent communications. Also note that if the candidate is an incumbent legislator, communication with them could be lobbying if you express a view on specific legislation. Not only can 501(c)(3) public charities proactively reach out to candidates to share information about their missions and research, but they can also respond to candidates' questions. But there are a few things to keep in mind. The 501(c)(3) should treat candidates as they would other members of the public. For example, if a candidate calls for any data, you can point that candidate to your website just like you would with anyone else. The important thing is that you are not compiling data just for the candidate or their campaign and that you're not conducting new research because a candidate requests it. This could be considered a candidate contribution. Take care not to serve as a policy strategist or research arm of the campaign. Remember, the 501(c)(3) should be careful about allowing its name to be used by the candidate's campaign. We recommend as a best practice to designate an experienced staff member to talk with candidates. 501(c)(3) public charities can shape candidate and political party platforms and encourage candidates and political parties to talk about the issues. Take care not to praise or criticize a candidate that adopts your organization's policy issues. To keep things nonpartisan, include a disclaimer in oral and written testimony that information is being provided for educational purposes only. 501(c)(4)s can engage in some partisan activity (support or opposition of candidates), but should be aware of FEC and other state laws prohibiting corporate campaign contributions (c)(4)s cannot coordinate strategy with federal candidates. (c)(4)s may be able to work with state and local candidates in about half of all states by following state campaign finance laws. Not all outreach and engagement amounts to a contribution – keeping it nonpartisan as part of your primary purpose Resources Nonpartisan Candidate Education: How 501(c)(3)s Can Talk to Candidates During an Election Year — Bolder Advocacy Factsheet Hosting Candidates at Charitable Events: Ensuring Candidate Appearances Remain Nonpartisan — Bolder Advocacy (factsheet) Rules of the Game: A Guide to Election-Related Activities for 501(c)(3) Organizations The Connection
Alva Carrasco and Herold Humphrey are on a mission. A mission to increase the visibility, opportunities, and voice of Latinos in public transit. And not just when talking about issues, but more importantly in leadership positions to help the communities they serve. Alva and Herold talk with Paul about the origins of Latinos In Transit from a casual group of people working in the same industry to an organized force to encourage and support Latinos in their careers. From advocacy and mentorship to scholarships and networking, Alva Carrasco, President, and Herold Humphrey, Vice President, have a vision to ensure Latinos have a seat at the decision-making table, the boardroom, and C-suite. Listen to their story on this episode of Transit Unplugged News and Views. Also on the show: Paul covers the transit news of the week Elea Carey talks about back to school messaging Mike Bismeyer on fostering the next generation of leaders Paul talks about the Transit Center report on the four things needed to help solve the bus operator crisis. Next week we have Henry Li, CEO of the Sacramento Regional Transit District on the show. It's not too late to nominate Transit Unplugged at the Podcast Awards in the Government and Organizations category. Nominations close July 30! If have a question, comment, or be a guest on Transit Unplugged email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Leadership is everything! We are taking a closer look at the importance of leadership and how coaching and leadership partner together in transformation. Our focus is on the roles that inquiry and feedback play in transformational leadership. Dr. William Torbert is a Leadership Professor Emeritus at Boston College. He has spent his career leading, consulting, teaching, and researching. In addition to consulting dozens of companies, not-for-profits, and governmental agencies, Bill has served on numerous boards. Since his retirement from academia in 2008, he continues his leadership work in various capacities. His most recent book is Numbskill In the Theater of Inquiry: Transforming Self, Friends, Organizations, and Social Science. We have a great conversation about his research around leadership and its accompanying thought patterns and behaviors, along with how those influence the way we receive feedback. Show Highlights: What lights up Bill about the work he does today and his path to get there How Bill was inspired to write Numbskull, a memoir that shares a personal look at his life What we need to understand about developmental transformation for leaders How our action logics come with choices about power How feedback is tied into the transformation of leaders How action logics represent the fundamental ways people think about themselves and the world Why people are sometimes resistant to their early action logics How coaching and feedback play into transformational leadership How we move from level to level as The Expert, The Achiever, The Diplomat, and The Over-Achiever The three loops of feedback and their differences: single-loop, double-loop, and triple-loop Why human nature determines that not everyone will invest in transformational leadership at the same level Resources: Connect with Dr. Torbert through hishttp://www.actioninquiryleadership.com/ ( Website). Find his book on https://amzn.to/3vi23oG (Amazon). To join the Fall Mentor Program with Meg, visithttp://www.starcoachshow.com/mentor ( www.starcoachshow.com/mentor). Visit myhttps://www.starcoachshow.com ( website) for your FREE download: What I Know Now, That I Wish I Had Known When I First Started Coaching.
Legacy applications just weren't built to handle the data of today. The result—an extremely time consuming and costly system that's holding businesses back. Luckily, application modernization is moving these legacy solutions to the forefront of technology—helping to support the needs of a modern business, all while increasing productivity and maintaining IT budgets. Shelby Skrhak speaks with Cheryl Rang , executive director, Advanced Solutions and Data Center at Ingram Micro , and Aviram Cohen , Strategy and Emerging Technologies at Ingram Micro , about: What application modernization really is The difference between modern and legacy applications The future of legacy applications To join the discussion, follow us on Twitter @IngramTechSol #B2BTechTalk Listen to this episode and more like it by subscribing to B2B Tech Talk on Spotify,Apple Podcasts or Stitcher. Or tune in on our website.
Brandi spent most of her career in management and leadership roles atMagnolia Gardens Nursery, is a family business with over 150 employees.As a “next generation” family member in a family-owned business, Brandiunderstands the delicate and at times challenging situations that can facefamily businesses.Brandi has experience developing strategic plans, leading departments, andmanaging capital expenses. She's comfortable with complicated financials andthe nuances of organizational structure.However, her passion lies with the people. Organizations excel when the peoplewithin them thrive, and Brandi is driven to bring out the best in people.As a teacher and leader, she loves to help people reach their potential asempowered leaders who are confident in their abilities.Support the show
Key Points, Top Takeaways and Memorable Quotes - “There's a high projection of what the parents did not get when they were young and they are trying to live vicariously through their kids, which is, it's really doing more harm than good.” 10:30“One of the things he brings up all the time, Spencer Figeroua, he has this thing about if you hold in the shame and the guilt and keep it in the dark, it grows in power.” 14:58“Nobody in the world has lived a life like you. You're writing your own book, your own chapters, and just know that. Stop comparing and what other people are doing.” 25:55“Without failure, there is no success. People think that they are polar opposites; they actually run parallel to each other.” 34:32“The ultimate thing we fear is death, that's what it all comes down to, if we are really going to get to the bottom of what you are feeling, it's like, we are going to die.” 36:38“When they're ready to hear it, to see it upon themselves and see the power they really have and meet that with courage and go ok this is what I'm willing to change right now. I'm ready to step into my power. When they get that and they have that ability to do it in an instant, that's when life starts to come back inside.” 42:08“Just fall in love with the journey of becoming your greatest self.” 43:42 Guest Bio - Chris Plourde is a Los Angeles based Conscious Performance Coach, Consultant, Speaker, Mind Body, Breathwork, Meditation Instructor with over 23 years of experience. Chris has traveled both nationally and internationally speaking and educating on the physical, mental and emotional aspects of wellness & life. He has created, presented and coached hundreds of retreats and workshops for a variety of well known companies and organizations, such as Walt Disney, Equinox, YPO (Young Presidents Organization) Chapters, Tender Greens, Enterprise Car Rental, Xerox, World Wide Produce, Lululemon, Twitter, Explore.org, and many more. Chris has mentored and consulted with celebrities, business executives, top fitness professionals and military special ops personnel. As a former Chief Executive with Men's Teams and Organizations, he has mentored many men to find their authentic self and create leadership qualities which they could bring to their families, communities and businesses. Chris has 2 amazing kids(9&15yrs old) and a solid loving relationship with his wife of 16 yrs. He owes his happy marriage to open, clear communication and the balance between masculine and feminine. He loves working with couples to clarify and strengthen their own relationships. Chris' goal is to help individuals and organizations gain clarity, and work towards what they want in life, create new habits and get into massive action by unleashing the greatness that is already there and owning their unique stories. He believes freedom is “an inside job” and it's our relationship with circumstances and people in our lives that sometimes need a perspective shift.By disrupting old patterns using a variety of mindfulness tools, Chris is able to identify limiting beliefs, help create new habits and guide his clients to achieving their goals. The process of falling in love with the Journey of becoming the greatest version of themselves is what it all comes down too, Not only for success but for fulfillment and Happiness. Show Notes - 0:00 - What I Meant to Say Podcast Intro0:18 - Introducing Chris Plourde0:45 - Welcome to Chris 1:06 - How Did You Get into the Conscious Performance Coaching Arena?3:27 - What Did You Learn in the Corporate World that Helps You Now?4:40 - How Do You Associate Feelings with Words?6:22 - High Performers Need to Recognize Their Inherent Self-Worth10:04 - How Does Your Knowledge Help In Your Relationships and Parenting?14:45 - Talking About Shame and Guilt18:16 - Telling Good Stories Instead of Pushing the News Narrative20:08 - Experiencing Breathwork and How Healing Can Be26:40 - Overwhelm Vs. Overload and Adaptation29:08 - BB Commercial29:16 - We Were Born Unconditionally Loved, but What Happened?30:42 - How Did Your Parents Handle Your Career Change?33:09 - Learning Through Failure Leads to Success37:37 - How Do We Take Care of Our Bodies?40:48 - Where Can People Find You?43:27 - One Piece of Advice to Your Younger Self44:30 - Thank You for Being Here44:40 - WIMTS Podcast Closing Links & Where to Find Chris - Breathwork Class Thursdays at Noon at Unplug Studio 12401 Wilshire Blvd. Ste. 101Los Angeles, CA 90025www.ChrisPlourde.comIG - @CoachChrisPlourde
The “UNCANCELABLE” Clay ClarkWEBSITE: https://timetofreeamerica.com/ReAwaken America- text the word EVENTS to 40509(Message and data rates may apply. Terms/privacy: 40509-info.com)Graphics and Links from Clay - text the word CLAY to 40509(Message and data rates may apply. Terms/privacy: 40509-info.com)Other Interviews with Clay Clark:►Exposing the Transhumanism Agenda with Clay Clark: https://rumble.com/v17ofoj-foc-show-exposing-the-transhumanism-agenda-with-clay-clark.html►Breaking Down X Files Prediction of the Next Plandemic with Clark Clark: https://rumble.com/v18885p-full-interview-breaking-down-x-files-prediction-of-the-next-plandemic-with-.html ►Today's Problems Started in 1971 with Clay Clark: https://rumble.com/v127rk3-full-interview-todays-problems-started-in-1971-with-clay-clark-flyover-cons.html ►Why Fauci Is A Sick Freak and 10 Other Things You Need To Know Now with Clay Clark: https://rumble.com/voa9s5-why-fauci-is-a-sick-freak-and-10-other-things-you-need-to-know-now-with-cla.html ►Clay Clark: WHY Is The Government Using MRNA Technology and 5G To SEPARATE You From God?!: https://rumble.com/vtcwya-clay-clark-why-is-the-government-using-mrna-technology-and-5g-to-separate-y.html ►The Deep State's Luciferian Playbook Revealed with Clay Clark: https://rumble.com/vkrqaf-the-deep-states-luciferian-playbook-revealed-with-clay-clark.html ►10 Truth Bombs - W.H.O. Treatise with Clay Clark: https://rumble.com/v1540no-full-interview-10-truth-bombs-w.h.o.-treatise-with-clay-clark-flyover-conse.html ► Revelations: Mark Of The Beast Timelinehttps://banned.video/watch?id=61d655f35b9bcb57789e064e-------------------------------------------SPONSORS FOR TODAY'S VIDEO► ReAwaken America- text the word EVENTS to 40509(Message and data rates may apply. Terms/privacy: 40509-info.com)► Kirk Elliott PHD - http://FlyoverGold.com ► My Pillow - https://MyPillow.com/Flyover►Z-Stack - https://flyoverhealth.com Want to help spread the Wake Up • Speak Up • Show Up -https://shop.flyoverconservatives.com/-------------------------------------------► ALL LINKS: https://sociatap.com/FlyoverConservativesSupport the show
Loyalty Point Leadership with Patrick Nelson, Veteran and Safety Leadership Consultant. Learn how Patrick is leveraging his battle tested experience providing Safety Leadership strategies that have resulted in 57% reductions in the TRIR (Total Recordable Incident Rate) for Fortune 500 Organizations. Hear how he makes safety personal and trains operational leaders by giving them a playbook to utilize while making lasting changes to a company's safety culture. Thanks to our Sponsors: Cascade, Pace Labs, and E-Tank #safety #safetyfirst #safetytraining #leadership #servantleader #accountability #safetyperformance
The significance of understanding employee physical and mental health and wellbeing has increased substantially in the hybrid world. Organizations are rethinking the importance of trust and autonomy in the employee experience to develop healthy, resilient and productive workforces for the long-term. Judith Wiese, chief people and sustainability officer at Siemens, joins the Talent Angle to discuss employee wellbeing and its implications for organizations. She highlights how Siemens' commitment to wellbeing and empowerment drives positive talent outcomes and positions the organization for sustainable success. Judith Wiese has been a member of the Managing Board of Siemens AG since October 1, 2020. She is the Chief People and Sustainability Officer as well as Labor Director for Siemens AG. In addition, Judith is responsible for Global Business Services (GBS) at Siemens. Judith has more than two decades of international experience in various HR fields. From 2017 to 2020, she was Chief Human Resources Officer at DSM, a Dutch company specializing in health, nutrition, and sustainable living. Before that, she worked for the U.S. food company Mars Inc., most recently as Head of People & Organization.
Sagar Thakur is the Business Planning & Pricing Strategy guy at Outreach. He worked in SaaS Monetization Strategy at VMware, and he plays way too many instruments. In this episode, Sagar talks about the challenges and opportunities of a pricing role as he explains why costs don't drive pricing. Why you have to check out today's podcast: Discover the challenges and opportunities of being a pricing person, and why it's challenging but beneficial to have pricing departments as internal consultants Find out what the three-step process is on how to tie value creation and value capture process together Understand why prices aren't based on costs but on value/the customers' willingness to pay “Don't start with pricing. Start with assessing value, quantifying it, understanding it, getting your handle on what value is with a specific feature or product, how it scales, how customers perceive it, where they start, where they end.” – Sagar Thakur Topics Covered: 01:07 – How Sagar got into pricing 02:28 – The SaaS monetization strategy work he did in VMware 03:48 – The tradeoff: Organizing product portfolio and applying different price metrics 06:42 – What Sagar thinks are the challenges and opportunities of a pricing job 13:11 – How do we build a pricing culture inside an organization? Is it really a pricing culture or is it a culture of value? 16:00 – Pricing departments as internal consultants 17:59 – Having the perception that price is based on costs 21:09 – Sagar's pricing advice 21:57 – Pricing table topics game: “Costs don't drive pricing. Willingness to pay drives pricing.” Key Takeaways: “In general, simplicity is better until you can make sense, but then if the tradeoffs become too steep, now you need to add the complexity as a color from that perspective.” – Sagar Thakur “The ability to narrate a story or why is it that we're doing what we're doing and being able to support that, it's completely sort of a social / creative / engagement kind of job versus what most people think as an engineering sort of like analyze and say this is the perfect price. Dirty little secret in pricing is that there is no mathematically correct answer. It's a range of solutions which is possible.” – Sagar Thakur “It sort of starts from education, moves to empowering. You can come up with everything on your own. It has to be a collaborative process. And then it's the energized piece, which is like show the organization that this is helping so that we can further attach our pricing perspective to the growth plans of the company and how that helps.” – Sagar Thakur “I think rightfully so that pricing is a central piece to the puzzle of any company's sort of growth strategy, like how they do business and what not.” – Sagar Thakur People / Resources Mentioned: Outreach: https://www.outreach.io/ VMware: https://www.vmware.com/ Dharmesh Shah: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dharmesh/ Selling Value: https://www.amazon.com/Selling-Value-Deals-Higher-Prices/dp/1737655217 Connect with Sagar Thakur: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sagar-thakur/ Connect with Mark Stiving: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/stiving/ Email: email@example.com
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Change is learning. Learning is change. The ability to change and learn (and help others do so) is essential in today's fast-changing world. Organizations must continuously adapt and evolve to remain competitive. But how do you become more change-capable? What can you do to become a better learner? And how are these two processes related? Erika Andersen has the answers!Erika is the founding partner of Proteus, a coaching, consulting, and training firm where they prepare leaders to meet whatever the future may bring. She helps them with visioning, strategy, team development, leadership development, and change management. Her latest book, Change From The Inside Out, goes right to the heart of what makes major change work (or not), and we discuss it with her in this episode. These are our 7 favorite takeaways on change, learning, and everything in between: https://blog.talaera.com/change-management-learningAccess Talaera's free communication resources: https://www.talaera.com/free-resources
Welcome to another episode of Post-Fades & Cheesesteaks! Remember to like, share and tell your friends! ------------------------- On this week's episode, Tim and Dakota continue with their official 2022 NFL Player Rankings List! Starting off with this episode's topic, the Top 10 Wide Receivers featuring returning guest, Josh! Post-Fades and Cheesesteaks Social Media Channels: Instagram ► https://www.instagram.com/pfandcs/ Twitter ► https://twitter.com/PFandCS PODCAST ► Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast... Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0Rdtzff... MERCH ► https://www.etsy.com/shop/DakotaHirst... *Hoodies, tee's, crewnecks, hats and more!!* This dynamic duo consists of two Philly boys, Tim and Dakota, and their opinions on sports! Each week we provide a new episode talking about sports; it could be the NFL, NBA, March Madness or even Rugby! Stay tuned for our thoughts on Sports news and rumors, player interviews, mock drafts, power rankings, stat analysis and more! *Our opinions are of our own research and observation and in no way does that correlate to our thoughts on each Professional Sports Teams and Organizations as a whole. This is all for fun and any player who makes their way onto an Professional Sports roster is already a great player regardless of what we say about them*
In this episode of the Thoughtful Entrepreneur, your host Josh Elledge speaks with the founding partner of https://www.localindustries.com/ (LOCAL), Neil Bedwell. Josh and Neil discuss LOCAL and its impact of working with top global brands. Josh shares how LOCAL provides a very unique value. Neil expresses how lucky LOCAL has been in being able to help brands navigate change. LOCAL is a group of marketers that are now focusing on employees. He describes them as a change marketing company instead of a change management company. Neil shares the statistic that two thirds of adults are unhappy at work. That means that two thirds of people are unhappy in the thing they spend half their waking adult lives doing. Neil emphasizes how that's a huge problem. Neil discusses the origin of what a company actually is. A company is a collection of people. He shares that the word company is derived from a Latin word describing the communion around bread. He expresses that companies don't employ people, they are people, and how in recent years organizations have forgotten that. Organizations think more about profit than people, more about the bottom line than the heartbeat of the organization. Neil discusses marketing versus management techniques. Neil describes marketing as the orientation of everything you do around your audience. He believes you must also have that same orientation around employees. Sharing that for employees to want to stay with you, they must feel like the organization is also oriented around them. Josh shares how wonderful it is as an organization to have heart centered values and making them a part of how everything within the organization operates. They discuss the importance of having company values and the impact those values have when they're felt by the employees every day, not just heard. Neil describes this as the value gap many organizations are recognizing today. Employees know the organization's values but they aren't feeling it in their day to day work. Josh and Neil discuss company purpose and how many companies today focus on doing good or creating positive impact on the world and the importance of employees feeling aligned with that purpose driven impact. Josh and Neil talk about the pathway of creating lasting change within an organization. Neil discusses a three part process of change. The first is belief, second is adoption, and the third is opportunity. Neil shares that LOCAL's goal is to work with any leader driving change within a complex culture. Want to learn more? Check out LOCAL's website at https://www.localindustries.com/ (https://www.localindustries.com/) Check out LOCAL on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/company/local-industries/ (https://www.linkedin.com/company/local-industries/) Check out Neil Bedwell on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/neilrbedwell/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/neilrbedwell/) Don't forget to subscribe to The Thoughtful Entrepreneur and thank you for listening. Tune in next time! More from UpMyInfluence: ⭐ We are actively booking guests for our The Thoughtful Entrepreneur. Schedule https://upmyinfluence.com/guest (HERE).