Volunteering helps communities and organizations. But it also helps the volunteers who donate their time and skills. In a roundtable discussion, guests share how they started volunteering, how it has affected their careers and helped them grow as project professionals, the different ways they have taught project management skills to make initiatives run more efficiently and their advice to others looking to start their own community volunteering journey.Our guests include Lebogang Ngoato, PMP, program manager, Absa Group, Johannesburg; Priya Patra, PMP, director, Capgemini, Mumbai, India; and Silvana Tovar, international trade coordinator, Kenvue, São Paulo.Key themes[01:52] Why start volunteering? Three professionals share their stories[06:57] How volunteering can boost project professionals' careers[11:25] The value of sharing your project management skills[14:07] How volunteering can help professionals upskill[18:20] Keeping volunteers motivated to work on outside projects[20:44] Advice for potential volunteers: share your knowledge, be honest about your availability and keep an open mind
Having spent the majority of my career as an asset manager using technology and PMP® certified management consultant, he has led numerous teams, managing projects worth up to $5B. He thrives on collaborating with top-tier teams and making meaningful contributions to iconic projects spanning six countries – and counting. As the technical co-founder of Real Sage, he is on a mission to revolutionize the way real estate decisions are made using state-of-the-art technology. His diverse background in product development, asset management, and international consulting empowers him to devise innovative, efficient solutions.Main point:In the complex world of real estate, many of us grapple with scattered and nontransparent data. How can the application of AI and data analytics transform this challenge into an opportunity for better decision-making?As we strive to improve our portfolio returns and optimize leasing processes, could you share some real-life examples where the power of data has made a significant impact?We're all looking for ways to enhance our asset management efforts. Could you share some insights on how AI-powered tools are shaping this aspect of the real estate industry?We often find that personal journeys inspire innovation. Could you share your story and how it led to the mission of revolutionizing decision-making in the real estate industry?As we look towards the future, how do you envision the evolution of decision-making in real estate, and what role will AI and data analytics play in it? How can we adapt to this future?Connect with Arunabh Dastidar:RequestDemo:https://realsage.com/#elementor-action%3Aaction%3Dpopup%3Aopen%26settings%3DeyJpZCI6IjcyNSIsInRvZ2dsZSI6ZmFsc2V9 firstname.lastname@example.orgHttps://www.linkedin.com/in/arunabhadastidar/https://realsage.com/
Welcome to Boostly Podcast Episode 676. Hostfully | Get $200 OFF your PMP subscription + 6 months of premium guidebooks for FREE! On today's episode we discuss the top 3 lessons learned from hosting my first big event. You Don't Want To Miss It! • https://Boostly.co.uk • https://Boostly.co.uk/5steps • https://instagram.com/boostlyuk • https://Boostly.co.uk/guidebook • https://Boostly.co.uk/website • https://Boostly.co.uk/podcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode, Ricardo talks about the recent developments at OpenAI, including the departure and return of Sam Altman. Rumors say that OpenAI is creating a potentially revolutionary language model with the capacity to pose a threat to humanity. In the Financial Times, he published an influential article detailing how ChatGPT has already impacted workforce wages, particularly in translation services (https://www.ft.com/content/b2928076-5c52-43e9-8872-08fda2aa2fcf). Ricardo acknowledges the unpredictable future, emphasizing the need for adaptability, especially in project management. The rapid evolution of AI raises questions about the role of project managers and the broader workforce. Adaptation becomes crucial for survival and success despite unprecedented technological advancements. By the way, this episode illustration was created by Generative AI using DALL-E.
Neste episódio, Ricardo fala sobre os acontecimentos recentes na OpenAI, incluindo a saída e o retorno de Sam Altman. Há rumores de que a OpenAI está criando um modelo de linguagem potencialmente revolucionário com capacidade de representar uma ameaça à humanidade. O Financial Times publicou um artigo poderoso detalhando como o ChatGPT já impactou os salários da força de trabalho, especialmente em serviços de tradução (https://www.ft.com/content/b2928076-5c52-43e9-8872-08fda2aa2fcf). Ricardo reconhece o futuro imprevisível, enfatizando a necessidade de adaptabilidade, especialmente na gestão de projetos. A rápida evolução da IA levanta questões sobre o papel dos gestores de projetos e da força de trabalho em geral. A adaptação torna-se crucial para a sobrevivência e o sucesso face a avanços tecnológicos sem precedentes. A propósito, a imagem deste episódio foi criada pela AI Generativa usando DALL-E.
In this episode of the Thoughtful Entrepreneur, your host Josh Elledge speaks with the CEO of AMP Solutions LLC, Lisa Thee.Lisa's passion for applying artificial intelligence responsibly has been evident since 2015. She has been instrumental in using AI in areas like personalized medicine and combating human trafficking. Minor Guard's company integrates a solution to help parents control illegal content on their children's devices, showcasing her commitment to using AI for societal good.As the managing director of AI at Launch Consulting, Lisa focuses on the ethical landscape of AI. She believes that while we have made progress in AI, we are still in the early stages and have yet to see its full potential. Lisa is optimistic about the future, stating that AI is growing exponentially and will continue to evolve with more real-time use cases and democratized access to AI models.During the pandemic, Lisa wrote her book, "Go Reboot Your Career in 90 Days," to provide a roadmap for people who need to reinvent themselves. She wanted to be a beacon of hope for women in technology who are working parents, offering them guidance and inspiration.Lisa emphasized the importance of getting clear on what motivates and energizes oneself, as well as understanding strengths and preferences. This self-awareness can guide decisions about career direction, including whether to start a business or pursue opportunities within existing companies. Lisa encourages individuals to advocate for themselves and articulate their unique value proposition, contributing to the growth and success of their organizations.Key Points from the Episode:Lisa's work in AI and its impact on societyLisa's book "Go Reboot Your Career in 90 Days"Lisa's journey from a corporate career to launching her own companyLisa's role as the managing director of AI at Launch ConsultingThe ethical landscape of AIThe current state of AI and its potentialMaking a career change and navigating the processTransitioning careers and finding meaning and fulfillmentSelf-awareness and understanding strengths and preferencesAdvocating for oneself and articulating unique value propositionAbout Lisa Thee:Lisa Thee is a globally recognized thought leader in AI, privacy, cybersecurity, health, and safety. With a track record in resolving intricate business technology challenges, she serves as CEO and Co-Founder of Minor Guard, an AI-focused company enhancing online and real-life safety. Her influence extends to consulting for prominent healthcare and technology firms like Microsoft and UCSF's Center for Digital Healthcare Innovation, expediting AI's FDA approval for clinical settings.As a keynote speaker and TEDx presenter ("Bringing Light To Dark Places Online: Disrupting Human Trafficking Using AI"), she educates on AI's societal benefits. Lisa hosts the acclaimed Navigating Forward podcast and is a published author in Fast Company Press.She holds advisory roles in various tech enterprises, advocating for AI ethics, Diversity, & Inclusion and serving on boards like Humaxa and 3 Strands Global Foundation, focused on human trafficking prevention.Lisa's impactful career spans 19 years, notably leading initiatives with Intel to combat child exploitation, reducing response times from 30 days to 24 hours.Armed with a Bachelor's in Industrial and Operations Management Engineering and PMP certification, Lisa Thee remains an influential force shaping AI ethics...
This episode was recorded on October 20th. Aleisha Johnson Cook, MBA, HCA, PMP, a Lafayette, LA native, has a strong background in Supply Chain and Operations, with an MBA from the University of Tennessee. She returned to Lafayette in 2020, earned a Healthcare Administration Certification, and founded AJC Business Solutions. Aleisha is deeply involved in personal and professional development, diversity and inclusion, mentoring, and community service, contributing to various organizations in her community, such as the Junior League of Lafayette and several boards. https://ajcbusinesssolutions.com Apply for Leadership Lafayette Class 37 - https://leadacadiana.org/programs/lea... — Find this and past episodes at: https://anchor.fm/the-tea-podcast — The Tea Podcast is proudly sponsored by Chase Group Construction, The Music Academy of Acadiana, and Electronic Protection Systems.
As we're growing closer to the Thanksgiving holiday, so too are we approaching the greatest shopping day of the year. Black Friday. The opportunity every twelve months for all of us to change, upgrade, and add that one elusive and expensive piece of gear/equipment to our setup. While we certainly try to highlight how to be best take advantage of black Friday, this year I wanted to have a discussion to give some context and some detail around why, and bring in an outside perspective. Both Josh and I share our thoughts and logic around what you should purchase first, what should be some of the last things you consider for yourself, as well as more than a couple stories to go along with it all. We both had a lot of fun putting this together, and sincerely hope that it helps a few of you make some great decisions this holiday season. Hope you enjoy, and Happy Thanksgiving from the PMP team to you and your families!Visit our sponsors!Patreon - www.patreon.com/prepared_mindset_podCustom Night Vision - www.customnightvision.comHRT Tactical Gear - www.hrttacticalgear.comOne Hundred Concepts - www.onehundredconcepts.comBen Franklin Range - www.benfranklinrange.comLarp Labs - www.larplabs.com discount code "preparedmindset" for 10% off!
Welcome to Boostly Podcast Episode 673. Hostfully | Get $200 OFF your PMP subscription + 6 months of premium guidebooks for FREE! On today's episode we discuss the 7 key takeways from attending VRMA, BPCON2023 and Hostcon. You Don't Want To Miss It! https://boostly.co.uk/signup-com/ • https://Boostly.co.uk • https://Boostly.co.uk/5steps • https://instagram.com/boostlyuk • https://Boostly.co.uk/guidebook • https://Boostly.co.uk/website • https://Boostly.co.uk/podcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode, Ricardo discusses the recent upheaval at OpenAI, likening it to a dramatic chapter from HBO's succession. CEO Sam Altman was fired on a turbulent weekend, leading to speculation and confusion. Microsoft, unaware of the decision, expressed concern. Key researchers resign, and Altman is rumored to return. OpenAI appointed Emmett Shear as CEO, and Microsoft later announced Altman's joining. Ricardo emphasizes the lessons on volatility, communication failures, and the importance of governance in tech giants. The sudden changes raise uncertainties about AI development and investments, highlighting the unpredictable nature of the industry.
No episódio desta semana, Ricardo aborda a tumultuada reviravolta na OpenAI, comparando-a a um capítulo dramático de Sucessão da HBO. Em um fim de semana turbulento, o CEO Sam Altman foi demitido, causando especulações e confusões. A Microsoft, alheia à decisão, expressa preocupação. Pesquisadores-chave renunciam, e há rumores sobre o retorno de Altman. A OpenAI nomeia Emmett Shear como CEO, e posteriormente a Microsoft anuncia a adesão de Altman. Ricardo destaca lições sobre volatilidade, falhas de comunicação e a importância da governança nas gigantes de tecnologia. As mudanças súbitas levantam incertezas sobre o desenvolvimento da IA e investimentos, destacando a natureza imprevisível da indústria.
Programa grabado en directo desde la sala Big Mama Ballroom de Madrid con motivo de la celebración de "Gett Off 2023", encuentro de fans de Prince en Madrid. Aprovechando el lanzamiento de la edición Super Deluxe del disco "Diamonds and Pearls" y la proyección en el evento del concierto en el Glam Slam, charlamos con nuestros invitados Mireia Castellà. Martín Rodríguez y David Ferrer sobre todo lo acontecido en la vida y el trabajo de Prince durante la primera mitad de los años 90: su cambio de nombre, la época Slave, la inclusión del hip-hop en su música, etc. Purple Music somos Shockadelica, StarrChild y Saiber. Puedes encontrarnos en: iVoox: https://bit.ly/31qkaqX Apple: https://apple.co/2SGQ3IN Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/6tZKDtHU9wrSZAr6ADvU2V?si=50cb872160d34a60 Web: https://purplemusic.es Instagram: @purplemusicpodcast Facebook: @purplemusicpodcast y el grupo Purple Music: Un podcast sobre Prince Twitter: @PurpleMusicPod1 Correo electrónico: podcast AT purplemusic.es ¡Envíanos tus comentarios! Stay tuned, stay funky! Música de sintonía: Purple Music (Prince), remix en directo by PMP. Música de cierre; "Gett Off Housestyle", Prince, 1991. The Estate of Prince Rogers Nelson is not affiliated, associated, or connected with Purple Music Podcast nor has it endorsed or sponsored Purple Music Podcast. Further, the Estate of Prince Rogers Nelson has not licensed any of its intellectual property to the producers of Purple Music Podcast. NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT INTENDED. We just want to share our love for Prince music.
Welcome to episode 202 of the Grow Your Law Firm podcast, hosted by Ken Hardison. In this episode, Ken sits down with Kyle Hebenstreit from PMP to discuss navigating through the ever-evolving landscape of legal marketing. Prior to joining PMP, Kyle was with Deloitte Consultings Strategy & Analytics practice, where he worked side-by-side with established companies to transform their operations to enable growth opportunities in today's increasingly digital, data-driven marketplace. Kyle previously worked in the media and entertainment industry at Skydance Media, where he supported creative development for the company's feature film department and, ultimately, became Chief of Staff to the CEO. During Kyle's tenure at Skydance, the company produced several major motion pictures and expanded its business to include television, gaming, and fashion. Kyle received a BS from the University of Southern California and an MBA from Indiana University, Kelley School of Business. What you'll learn about in this episode: Discover different advertising revenues Learn about the important of building your brand Understanding and recognizing consumer behaviors How to measure success beyond immediate ROI Know how to adapt to the legal industry changes Resources: https://www.pmpmg.com/ https://www.facebook.com/pmpmg https://www.linkedin.com/company/pmp-practicemadeperfect/ Additional Resources: https://www.pilmma.org/the-mastermind-effect https://www.pilmma.org/resources https://www.pilmma.org/mastermind
“You are more original than you think you are.” – Ken LizotteToday's featured bestselling author is a father, husband, literary agent, thought leader architect, and founder of Emerson Consulting Group, Inc., Ken Lizotte. Ken and I had a fun chat about his book, “The Speaker's Edge: The Ultimate Go-To Guide for Locating and Landing Lots of Speaking Gigs”, how to unleash your inner thought leader, his insights on the changing landscape of speaking engagements, and tons more!!! Key Things You'll Learn:The process of creating a book proposal and how publishers make decisions on whether to publish a book Why aspiring authors should produce a winning proposal before writing their business book to completionThe benefits of having a book. Especially as a professional speakerThe five pillars of thought-leading and how they can elevate careers Ken's Site: http://thoughtleading.com/Ken's Books: https://www.amazon.com/stores/author/B001ITX1EO/allbooks?ingress=0&visitId=24baa396-45b1-4956-be77-0efa499cc3c3&store_ref=ap_rdr&ref_=ap_rdr The opening track is titled "Money Trees" by the magnanimous chill-hop master, Marcus D (@marcusd). Be sure to visit his site and support his craft. https://marcusd.net/Please support today's podcast to keep this content coming! CashApp: $DomBrightmonDonate on PayPal: @DBrightmonBuy Me a Coffee: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/dombrightmonGet Going North T-Shirts, Stickers, and More: https://www.teepublic.com/stores/dom-brightmon You Might Also Like… Ep. 670 – “The Bestselling Book Formula” with Honorée Corder (@Honoree): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-670-the-bestselling-book-formula-with-honoree-corder-honoree/ 216 – “The Write Way” with Amy Collins (@askamycollins): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/216-the-write-way-with-amy-collins-askamycollins/ Ep. 712 – “When Your Heart Says to Leave a Legacy” with Bridget Cook-Burch (@inspiritwriter): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-712-when-your-heart-says-to-leave-a-legacy-with-bridget-cook-burch-inspiritwriter/ 277 – “Entrepreneurs Rocket Fuel” with Kimberly Hobscheid (@EntrepreneursR4): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/277-entrepreneurs-rocket-fuel-with-kimberly-hobscheid-entrepreneursr4/ Ep. 306 – “Be The SPARK” with Simon T. Bailey (@SimonTBailey): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-306-be-the-spark-with-simon-t-bailey-simontbailey/ Ep. 733 – “Unveiling the Secrets of Bestselling Authorship” with Andrew Kap (@AndrewKapDotCom): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-733-unveiling-the-secrets-of-bestselling-authorship-with-andrew-kap-andrewkapdotcom/ Ep. 645 – “How to Build a #Profitable Speaking Business” with Bret Ridgway (@bridgway): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-645-how-to-build-a-profitable-speaking-business-with-bret-ridgway-bridgway/ #HolidayBonus Ep. – “Wisdom Of The Men” with Clint Arthur (@clintarthur): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/holidaybonus-ep-wisdom-of-the-men-with-clint-arthur-clintarthur/ Ep. 391 – “Why You Need Publicity and Social Proof to Close More Business” with Jane Tabachnick (@JaneTabachnick): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-391-why-you-need-publicity/ Ep. 583 – “How to Be the Face of Your Business” with Tonya Eberhart (@brandfacestar): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-583-how-to-be-the-face-of-your-business-with-tonya-eberhart-brandfacestar/ Ep. 348 – “Bring Inner Greatness Out” with Dr. Mansur Hasib, CISSP, PMP, CPHIMS (@mhasib): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-348-bring-inner-greatness-out-with-dr-mansur-hasib-cissp-pmp-cphims-mhasib/ Ep. 726 – “Unleash Your Uniqueness” with Catherine Llewellyn (@CatherineLlew10): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-726-unleash-your-uniqueness-with-catherine-llewellyn-catherinellew10/225 – “Empowered to Win” with Rev. Allison G. Daniels (@AllisonDaniels9): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/225-empowered-to-win-with-rev-allison-g-daniels-allisondaniels9/
Artificial intelligence is now a mainstay for organizations. But given the lack of widespread use across enterprises, there's room for growth. And project teams are leading the way, developing AI solutions that deliver value to their companies and customers. We discuss this with: Mohammed Nabtiti, PMI-RMP, PMP, project management office and governance manager, Beeah Group, Dubai: Nabtiti discusses how his company created its “Office of the Future” with sustainability, AI and smart office technologies as the driving forces, how the team mitigated and managed risks to integrate several AI systems, how the organization determines accountability for AI outputs, and how he's taking lessons learned about scoping and planning into future AI projects.Sanjukta Ghosh, PMP, data and AI leader, Siemens AG, Munich: Ghosh discusses how she started her AI journey by solving customer problems, the knowledge project professionals need to manage AI initiatives and how she's working to standardize AI projects across Siemens' business units. Plus, Ghosh talks about a project to create digital twins for assets in the process industry using AI and engineering documents.Key themes[02:01] Creating a sustainable, AI-driven “Office of the Future”[04:49] From smart meeting rooms to a digital concierge: Building the business case for which AI tech to use in the workplace[07:44] Identifying and managing risks when integrating multiple AI systems[10:43] Determining who is accountable for AI systems' decisions[14:08] How scoping and planning affect AI projects[17:34] Skills and knowledge project professionals need to lead AI initiatives[18:33] Standardizing AI projects across an enterprise[22:05] Creating digital twins from AI tech and documentation[26:52] Project professionals must stay up-to-date on tech advancements
Would you like to pivot into a program manager role and don't know where to start?A program manager is the facilitator, the one who orchestrates a project end to end and works with different teams, aligning the work output to a larger company goal.In this episode, we invited Jean Kang, a seven-time pivoter who discovered that being a program manager was her ideal job. Nowadays, she helps people land a job as a PM without the PMP certification.Tune into this episode to discover if you have the abilities to become a program manager and how to take this pivot in your career. Find Jean Here ⬇️ Linkedin:https://www.linkedin.com/in/jeanhkang/ Website: https://pathtopm.org/ Are you looking for a job? Schedule a FREE Career Strategy Session with my team of experts TODAY and get closer to landing your dream job.https://forms.gle/VQpd2BdQNFmTd7eB6 Let's connect! Do NOT hesitate to reach out to me on LinkedIn.https://www.linkedin.com/in/thedanielbotero/ Join us as we delve into valuable insights and practical advice for your job search journey. https://www.opny.co/
Today's episode is a salute to our veterans. Join me and our esteemed guests, Daren Gerrish, Eric "Doc" Wright, and Stu Smith, as we dive into the realm of possibilities awaiting our military heroes in the business landscape. We kick off with Daren Gerrish, offering a captivating look at the Space Coast chapter of FAVOB and its transformation since 2016. Daren's insights reveal the incredible journey and support available for veterans transitioning into civilian jobs. Next up, Eric "Doc" Wright takes the mic. With a track record of aiding over 11,000 veterans into Corporate America, Doc shares invaluable insights into the routes to success for our veterans in the business world. And of course, we can't overlook Stu Smith, CEO of FAVOB. Stu's discussion sheds light on the pivotal role his organization plays in empowering and connecting veteran-owned businesses. His passion for supporting veterans is truly inspiring. In this episode, we'll be exploring how organizations like FAVOB facilitate the transition from military to civilian jobs. That means diving into specialized training, certification opportunities, and how military experience perfectly aligns with civilian job requirements. And let's talk networking! Discover how crucial networking, especially at conferences, can open doors to lucrative government contracts. Plus, we'll explore certifications like PMP and how they empower project managers in leading and directing projects. Whether you're a veteran seeking new opportunities or someone eager to support our heroes, this episode is a goldmine. Get ready to unlock a brighter future for veterans in 2023 and beyond.
On August 13th, 2011, prior to an outdoor performance at the Indiana State Fair by the hit Country recording act “Sugarland”, an approaching severe thunderstorm hit the temporary roof structure of the stage, causing it to collapse. The structure landed among a crowd of spectators, killing seven people and injuring 58 others. The cause was later determined to be a breakdown or lack of communication (a paralysis of sorts) between the Fair management, the production company, and the band, among other entities. Out of this, it was determined that there needs to be a certification process, not only for the actual production aspect, but also the people who put these shows together. Enter Jim Digby. Jim Digby, PMP, is the President of Show Makers, Inc., which proves strategic, tactical and operational project and production management support in the delivery of live events and music touring. He is also the Cofounder and President of the Event Safety Alliance, a Board member of Behind the Scenes Charity, and a frequent keynote speaker and presenter in matters relating to event safety, the events production career path, and mental health in live events. Jim tirelessly and passionately advocates for the safety, health and sustainability of the industry at large. Jim's nearly four-decade journey in production, operations, and project management roles within the live entertainment, corporate, and music touring industry has had him working alongside artists as diverse as Linkin Park, Enrique Iglesias, Back Street Boys, the Bolshoi Ballet, Phil Collins, and most recently delivering marquee corporate events. Jim also spent four years delivering entertainment mega-projects inside Saudi Arabia including the first-ever international music festival in the Kingdom in 2018. © 2023 Lotta Dogs Productions LLC Showrunner and Executive Producer Emeritus: Tom Sabella Producer and Host (the guy who has a face for podcasting): Bob Bender Management Representation: Chuck Thompson for Thompson Entertainment Group, LLC Co-Producer - Audio/Video Editor (the man behind the curtain): Mark Sabella Director of Video and Continuity (the brains of the entire operation): Deborah Halle Marketing and Social Media (all knowing): Sarah Fleshner for 362 Entertainment All Around Problem Solver (and Mental Health Therapist for us): Connie Ribas Recorded inside what could be an old beat up Airstream Trailer located somewhere on what's left of Music Row in Nashville TN (Man we sure do miss Noshville, and the Longhorn Steakhouse) Mixed and Mastered at Music Dog Studios in Nashville, TN Editing and Post at Midnight Express Studio located in Olian, NY Production Sound Design: Keith Stark Voice Over and Promo: Lisa Fuson Special Thanks to the creator and founder of the podcast, Tom Sabella, along with Traci Snow for producing and hosting over 100 episodes of the original "Business Side of Music" podcast and trusting us to carry on their legacy. Website: If you would like to be a guest on the show, please submit a request to: email@example.com If you're interested in becoming a sponsor for the show, let us know and we'll send you a media / sponsorship kit to you. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org The views, thoughts, and opinions expressed on this show provided by the guest(s), are those of the guest(s) own, and do not necessarily represent the views, thoughts, and opinions of the host or producers of this podcast. The material and information presented here is for general information purposes only. The Business Side of Music's name and all forms and abbreviations are the property of its owner (Lotta Dogs Productions LLC), and its use does not imply endorsement of or opposition to any specific organization, product, or service. Copyright © 2023 Lotta Dogs Productions, LLC, All rights reserved.
No episódio desta semana, Ricardo destaca os perigos de emitir opiniões sem conhecimento aprofundado, especialmente em assuntos complexos. Ricardo menciona a necessidade de um "lugar de fala", criticando a disseminação de opiniões infundadas nas redes sociais. Ele compartilha sua experiência em conflitos como Israel e Gaza, enfatizando que a compreensão profunda é crucial antes de opinar. O alerta se estende à gestão de projetos, incentivando decisões conscientes. Ricardo destaca a importância de reconhecer limitações e dar opiniões apenas em áreas de conhecimento. O objetivo é promover uma abordagem fundamentada, evitando a propagação de informações sem embasamento. Escute o podcast para saber mais.
Listen to the latest episode of WCG Talks Trials to hear from experts on the importance of patient advocacy in clinical research and key takeaways from WCG's 2023 Patient Forum. We'll summarize how the patient forum elevates the voices of those changing drug development for the better and recap breakthroughs and best practices shared during the most recent event.Discover more about patient and researcher collaboration, expanding diversity, equity, and inclusion in trials, and the latest advocacy-driven technology, science, and policy breakthroughs leading to modernized clinical research. Guests:Desiree Underwood-Williams, PMP, CLSSBB, Director, Project Management Office, WCGSteve Smith, President, Patient Advocacy, WCG
In this episode, Ricardo highlights the danger of uninformed opinions, especially in the era of influencers. Ricardo emphasizes the need for a "place of speech" where individuals speak from a position of knowledge. Drawing from personal experiences in conflict zones, he urges caution in expressing opinions without a solid understanding of the subject. This warning extends to project management, advocating for informed decisions and discouraging the misuse of influence for unsupported viewpoints. The overarching message is to seek reliable information, exercise caution in expressing opinions, and be ethical in leadership roles. Listen to the podcast to learn more.
Yoga teacher Jenni Rawlings and Exercise Science professor Travis Pollen are joined by Dr. Jessica Steier and Dr. Andrea Love (co-founders of the Unbiased Science Podcast) to discuss wellness myths in the yoga world.Jessica Steier, DrPH, PMP is a public health scientist and data scientist, and Andrea Love, PhD is an immunologist and microbiologist.Together, they run the Unbiased Science Podcast and all of its associated educational resources. Through their work, Jessica and Andrea are devoted to objective, critical appraisal of available evidence on science and health-related topics. They are a much-needed powerhouse of credible, science-based information in a world of social media health misinformation.Points of discussion include:Why did Jess and Andrea start the Unbiased Science Podcast?What is the wellness industry?What is the “risk perception gap”?The challenge that exists for laypeople to discern whom to trust for health informationWhat is the difference between the wellness industry and conventional medicine?How are wellness products regulated? Does the FDA consider supplements medicine or food/dietary products in terms of regulation?How does the U.S. compare to other countries in terms of regulation of wellness industry products?What is a wellness coach/health coach? What's the difference between a nutritionist and a registered dietician?Are multivitamins (pills or powder) effective in terms of supporting health – or do they just make expensive pee?Are organic foods truly healthier for us? Are organic foods really better for the environment?Is the list of “dirty dozen” foods that should always be purchased in organic form – never conventional – evidence-based?Is the statement “yoga boosts the immune system” evidence-based?What are actual evidence-based tips for optimizing our health?What are Jess and Andrea's tips for how to discern whether the info you see on social media is credible?…And much more!Enjoy this engaging and eye-opening discussion for yoga, movement, and fitness geeks!Resources mentioned in this episode:Follow and learn from Jess and Andrea on InstagramJess and Andrea's Unbiased Science Podcast websiteJenni's email newsletterStrength for Yoga Remote Group Training – ongoing, interactive monthly strength program for yogis designed by Jenni & TravisOnline yoga class library & yoga anatomy workshops with JenniStrength for Yoga email newsletterTo find out more about Travis Pollen: website / InstagramMusic used with generous permission from Dischord A Cappella.Support the show**Become a supporter of the Yoga Meets Movement Science podcast – starting at $3/month!
Michelle LaBrosse, PMP, CCPM, RYT, is the Founder and Head PMP Exam Prep Coach at Cheetah Learning, which offers accelerated exam preparation for the PMP (project management professional) test. In 2008, the Project Management Institute (PMI) recognized Cheetah as the Professional Development Provider of the Year. The institution also selected Michelle as one of the 25 Most Influential Women in Project Management in the World. She is also the author of Cheetah Negotiations, Cheetah Project Management, and Cheetah Know How, and her articles have appeared in over 1,000 publications globally. In this episode… Women are often perceived as control freaks, dictating others to complete tasks under specific terms. Rather, these determined individuals become frustrated when attempting to oversee a project through completion. Learn how to gauge your capabilities and capacity from an entrepreneur who has mastered accelerated learning. As a Certified PMP (project management professional) and coach, Michelle LaBrosse has developed holistic and integrated courses instructing participants on project management and advanced goal completion. She emphasizes the value of training your brain to absorb knowledge through healthy eating, neuro-linguistic programming, and exercise. Whether undertaking a new business venture or completing a certification, assess your capabilities to develop practical objectives and maintain a high level of focus. On the latest episode of the Lead Like a Woman Show, Andrea Heuston invites Michelle LaBrosse, the Founder of Cheetah Learning, to discuss accelerated project completion. Michelle shares an overview of a PMP, how she persevered during her first entrepreneurial venture, and information about her four-day accelerated learning course.
Play audio-only episode | Play video episode Click above to play either the audio-only episode or video episode in a new window. In today's conversation, we are delving into one particular area of project management – mastering the essential soft skills. Soft skills, often dubbed as 'power skills,' form the backbone of project management, shaping the culture, ethics, motivation, and creativity in a team. As the world of project management continues to evolve, the emphasis on these skills has grown significantly. Yet, despite their importance, they often remain underappreciated and underdeveloped.
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On November 6, 2023, the Pest Posse TV livestream had a special guest, Dan Gordon from PCO Bookkeepers. He discussed the future of mergers and acquisitions in the pest management industry as well as reviewing the results of PMP magazine's 2023 Mergers Survey. This was an insightful conversation that you won't want to miss. Learn more about https://www.pcobookkeepers.com/ Thank you to the sponsor of this live stream, Pest Pac by Workwave, learn more at https://www.pestpac.com/?utm_source=pest-posse-trade&utm_medium=podcast&utm_campaign=pp_best-in-pest
Neste episódio, Ricardo enfatiza o culto moderno ao imediatismo e o impacto que ele tem na paciência e na capacidade de concentração dos profissionais. A geração mais jovem busca resultados instantâneos em vários aspectos da vida, incluindo trabalho e aprendizagem. Essa mentalidade é comparada aos “gerentes de projeto TikTok”, que esperam resultados rápidos e compreensão superficial. Ricardo destaca suas preocupações com a próxima geração de gerentes de projeto que buscam credenciais em sessões de aprendizagem de 15 segundos. Ele também enfatiza a importância de um pensamento mais profundo e de evitar ficar viciado demais na gratificação instantânea. Ricardo incentiva os profissionais a equilibrar agilidade com paciência e compreensão de que algumas coisas levam tempo para serem desenvolvidas ou compreendidas. Vivemos numa geração TikTok onde tudo acontece em 15 segundos, mas a vida real não é assim. Escute o podcast para saber mais.
In this episode, Ricardo emphasizes the modern cult of immediacy and the impact it has on professionals' patience and ability to concentrate. The younger generation seeks instant results in various aspects of life, including work and learning. This mindset is compared to "TikTok project managers," who expect quick outcomes and shallow understanding. Ricardo highlights his concerns about the next generation of project managers aiming for credentials in 15-second learning sessions. He also stresses the importance of deeper thinking and avoiding becoming too addicted to instant gratification. Ricardo encourages professionals to balance agility with patience and understanding that some things take time to develop or understand. We live in a TikTok generation where everything happens in 15 seconds, but real life isn't like that. Listen to the podcast to learn more.
About the episode: Vet Life Reimagined welcomes Melanie Barham, DVM, PMP, MBA. Dr. Melanie Barham started her veterinary career as an equine veterinarian including working with performance horses in Canada. She later helped start a surveillance program called the Ontario Animal Health Network. She has led many projects including, currently, as acting chief executive officer of the non-profit Community Veterinary Outreach and she is the CEO of Vets Stay Go Diversify! Which is a community-based organization helping veterinary professionals build satisfying careers. We discuss a values-based approach to building a sustainable career and tips for how to start today. Resources:Episode on YouTubeOntario Animal Health NetworkAnimal Health Canada, advancing animal health and animal welfareCommunity Veterinary Outreach programVets Stay Go Diversify! veterinary career resources and communitySupport the showMore Vet Life Reimagined?
We know that projects drive change, and today, more and more project professionals are managing initiatives to deliver positive impacts across the globe. Two 2023 PMI Future 50 leaders—Johnnie Stark, PMP, a project manager at BP in London, and Nuha Hashem, co-founder and CTO at Zywa in Dubai—discuss why the world needs project professionals, what sparked their passion to lead the innovative projects they're managing today and their top advice for future project professionals.Key themes[01:59] Igniting a passion for project leadership[04:33] Developing a low-carbon energy solution to help the U.K. decarbonize its electricity grid[07:11] Creating a payment platform to boost financial literacy for Gen Z in the Middle East and North Africa[10:20] How project management is changing—and how project professionals can adapt[11:47] Advice for future project leaders: Be flexible, be willing to dive right in and care for team members' well-being
Do you ever wonder why the PMP certification is considered the 'crown jewel' of worldwide recognition? Please tune in to our chat with Gabor Stramb, a seasoned project management practitioner, as he pulls back the curtain on the immense value of the PMP certification. Listen to Gabor's candid recounting of his journey, which took him through the CAPM exam he did not pass, then twice through the PMP exam before finally getting his PMP. Now, he's dedicated to coaching others to achieve their CAPM and PMP certifications on their first try.We shift the focus of our conversation to the intriguing world of PMP exam preparation. Gabor enlightens us on the finer points of studying, the traps of false applications, and the increasing difficulty of the exam. Lastly, we dive into Gabor's productivity hacks for project management. Gabor spills the beans on his personal experiences with various tools such as Outlook, Teams, Excel, and PowerPoint. He also discusses the sheer joy of completing tasks and the underrated value of a good old-fashioned paper notepad. Named a Top Project Management Voice by LinkedIn, Gabor's wisdom is certainly worth its weight in gold. We wrap up by discussing the importance of contributing to the project management community through study groups and one-on-one coaching. This episode is a goldmine of insights, experiences, and tips you shouldn't miss!Favorite Tool(s):Excel https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-365/excelPowerPoint https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-365/powerpoint Links: Connect with Gabor on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/gabor-stramb/ For a full podcast episode list, visit here: PM-Mastery Podcast Episodes. For a full list of blog posts, go here: PM-Mastery Blog Posts. PM-Mastery.com PMI Talent Triangle: Technical /Ways of Working (Learn More)Get your free PDU Tracker here: https://pm-mastery.com/resource/
In this episode, Ricardo discusses the broader context of AI in sustainability. While environmental sustainability is often the focus, Ricardo emphasizes the importance of social, environmental, and economic sustainability. He draws an analogy with the project management triangle (scope, time, cost) and introduces the "three C's": complexity, cost, and carbon. Balancing these aspects is essential as complexity, often driven by interdisciplinary demands, regulatory requirements, and data overload, increases costs. The environmental part is highlighted, citing the high carbon footprint of AI training. Ricardo provides a five-step approach for building sustainable AI applications, emphasizing understanding sustainable objectives, centralizing data, customizing algorithms, starting small with pilots, and implementing projects gradually to ensure long-term sustainability. He recommends reading his article for more insights. Listen to the podcast to learn more.
Welcome to Boostly Podcast Episode 664. Hostfully | Get $200 OFF your PMP subscription + 6 months of premium guidebooks for FREE! On today's episode we breakdown the beginner's guide to starting a successful glamping business. You Don't Want To Miss It! • https://Boostly.co.uk • https://Boostly.co.uk/5steps • https://instagram.com/boostlyuk • https://Boostly.co.uk/guidebook • https://Boostly.co.uk/website • https://Boostly.co.uk/podcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Kim Barrus, MSN, RN, PMP, Director, Clinical Outcomes Management, Select Health, joins Eric to discuss how her plan reinvented the consumer experience for ACA Marketplace health plans. With almost half of ACA Marketplace customers complaining about making appointments with providers and other process challenges, SelectHealth committed to reversing the trend and implementing a complete, end-to-end consumer experience. Kim shares the results of SelectHealth's efforts and outlines the plan's strategy giving members the seamless experience they want. Listen and get the roadmap for remaking your plan's ACA consumer experience! About Kim Kim Barrus began her career with SelectHealth 26 years ago and has worked in various capacities. She developed the SelectHealth Advanced Primary Care (a.k.a. patient-centered medical home) program. She facilitated the initial pilots of the program in 2010. Today, the program has 1,240 participating providers at 222 participating clinics. In her current role, Kim oversees quality, medical home, NCQA accreditation, HEDIS and CMS Stars. Kim is a registered nurse who received her Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems and maintains a Project Management Professional (PMP) certification from the Project Management Institute (PMI). This episode is sponsored by ReferWell Health plans must be acutely aware of their progress towards achieving their Care Gap Closure targets. Their most significant obstacle is to directly impact those specific areas, even though they have limited capabilities to do so. ReferWell helps health plans improve access to care by efficiently scheduling members for the care they need. ReferWell care navigators find the "Perfect Match" provider right at the referable moment when the member is saying yes to their care). They then seamlessly schedule the member's appointment while still on the call. It's a proven process that provides better access, experience and outcomes for members and better quality performance, which affects the health plan's bottom line.