For a country that has a lot to worry about the repercussions of its humungous population, we seemed to have hit a positive demographic milestone. According to the findings of the National Family Health Survey-5 data, India's total fertility rate has declined from 2.2 to 2. Another finding from the survey that is being pompously celebrated is that for the first time in the history of NFHS surveys, the sex ratio is skewed in favour of women. The data suggests there are 1,020 women for every 1,000 men. So, the two questions that come up are: Do these number indicate that India is closer to stabilizing its population? And, given the continued prevalence of patriarchal attitudes in Indian society, gender preferences for children at birth, how we really read the sex ratio figures? Tune in! Host and Producer: Shorbori Purkayastha Guests: Sanghamitra Singh, Senior Manager of Knowledge Management & Partnerships at Population Foundation of India; Dr Srinath Reddy, President of Public Health Foundation of India ; Varna Sri Raman, Lead of Research and Knowledge Building at Oxfam India Editor: Vaishali Sood Music: Big Bang Fuzz Listen to The Big Story podcast on: Apple: https://apple.co/2AYdLIl Saavn: http://bit.ly/2oix78C Google Podcasts: http://bit.ly/2ntMV7S Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2IyLAUQ Deezer: http://bit.ly/2Vrf5Ng Castbox: http://bit.ly/2VqZ9ur
The last Thursday of the month means it's time for This Month in Birding, a very special This Month in Birding for a couple reasons. First, it is Thanksgiving in the United States, the birdiest of our national holidays. And second, it's a special all Galbatross panel of This Month in Birding, featuring a whole 60% of the Galbatrosses. We're joined by Senior Manager of Conservation Science at Audubon Great Lakes, Stephanie Beilki, Audubon Network Content Editor Martha Harbison, and Popular Science writer and editor Purbita Saha, to talk condor virgin births, shrinking amazon birds, and why the Kill Bill Tanager should have been the Bruce Lee Tanager. Don't forget to join us in Philly next month to reveal the 2022 ABA Bird of the Year! Links to articles mentioned in this episode: Parthenogenisis in California Condors Climate Change Causing Amazon Birds to Shrink Evolution of Egg Colors linked to Nest Shapes "Kill Bill" Tanager formally named Inti Tanager Subscribe to the podcast at Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, and Google Podcasts, and please leave a rating or a review if you are so inclined! We appreciate it!
Subscribe to DTC Newsletter - https://dtcnews.link/signup Hello and welcome to a DTC Bonus podcast, this week with Adrian Evans, Senior Manager of Retention and customer strategy at The Farmer's Dog, as well as Simon Data's Director of Client support, Breanna Stewart. Simon Data is a Customer Data Platform that helps DTC brands unlock the power of their customer data and the Farmer's Dog is one of the world's fastest-growing pet foods companies that uses Simon as their CDP as well as their ESP. This podcast dives deep with specific examples about how knowing more about your customers (and acting on that data) can help you sell more products. Why most dog food isn't even allowed to be considered “food” Why The Farmer's Dog focused on a CDP before choosing an ESP How The Farmer's Dog found its most valuable customer avatars Why first-party data is essential in the cookiepocalypse Subscribe to DTC Newsletter - https://dtcnews.link/signup Advertise on DTC - https://dtcnews.link/advertise Work with Pilothouse - https://dtcnews.link/pilothouse Follow us on Instagram & Twitter - @dtcnewsletter Watch this interview on YouTube - https://dtcnews.link/video
Host Catherine Short welcomes Sheba Vine, Attorney and Senior Manager in the Global Privacy Office at Exact Sciences Corporation, on the topic of “Recent Developments in Health Information Privacy: HIPAA Right of Access.” Sheba reviews recent developments including OCR Enforcement Highlights, HIPAA Right of Access & Ciox Health Decision, NPRM, and 21st Century Cures Act Information Blocking Regulation. To stream our Station live 24/7 visit www.HealthcareNOWRadio.com or ask your Smart Device to “….Play HealthcareNOW Radio”. Find all of our network podcasts on your favorite podcast platforms and be sure to subscribe and like us. Learn more at www.healthcarenowradio.com/listen
BEYOND BELIEF: TRUE STORIES OF MILITARY CHAPLAINS “Beyond Belief” is a unique compilation of short stories by a team of authors and researchers. Herein you will find some of the most amazing stories ever told, each of them presented in an historically factual manner without hyperbole or literary license. Even more amazing is the fact that each of these stories is TRUE! The scene illustrated on the cover was chosen as a fitting example of what kind of stories we wanted to write for this book, and is a vivid and historically accurate depiction of a World War II event that in which four Army chaplains, each from different faiths, bonded based on what they had in common, to become close friends. The four gave their lives in the North Atlantic when their troop ship was sunk, going so far as to give their lifejackets to other men who had none. They became enshrined as “The Four Immortal Chaplains,” whose story is inspiring for decades. Within these pages you will find other stories of heroic Men of God who did unbelievable acts of courage and compassion. These are the stories that will leave you shaking your head in disbelief, proving as one author once wrote, “Truth is not only stranger than fiction, but far more interesting.” SHERRY DICCION, SR MGR OF GLOBAL SUPPLIER DIVERSITY, ADIENT Adient is a global manufacturer providing world class seat systems and components that offer safety, functionality, and comfort with proven quality. They have facilities located in Asia Pacific, Africa, Latin America, North America and Europe. Sherry Diccion is the Senior Manager of Global Supplier Diversity at Adient.
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Darrell brings his extensive experience as a master certified life coach and a member of the Federal Coaching Network. He is a keynote speaker and workshop facilitator who provides clients with expertise in the realm of leadership, relationships, and purpose. He has been involved in life coaching for many years and helps clients discern ways to restore and enrich personal and professional relationships. His extensive research in the field includes Dr. Emerson Eggerichs, Dr. Gary Chapman, and Dr. Paul White, some of the most famous relationship specialists. He has been married for over 20 years and cheerfully shares time-tested principles to strengthen relationships. His leadership background includes 30 years of federal service highlighted by his selection as a White House Communications Agency All-Star and Senior Manager of the Year. Additionally, he is a Defense Information Systems Agency Outstanding Mentor and Human Resources Team Lead of the Year. His leadership coaching is based on a stellar 20-year military career, where he traveled as an Operations and Vice Presidential Communications Officer, leading over 500 White House missions. Following the tragedies of September 11, 2001, Darrell was selected as 1 of 5 key leaders, from 30 senior managers, to direct emergency action communications for the Vice President of the United States, to include duties as an Air Force Two Command Representative. In addition to being a master certified life coach, he is a certified facilitator who trained senior managers at the White House Communications Agency Training Academy to travel as Vice Presidential Team Leads, serving as the primary contact for the traveling White House Staff, while simultaneously training mid-level managers to travel as Presidential Operations Team Leads. He received numerous professional awards to include the Presidential Service Badge, Lacey B. Ivory Service Award, Roy Wilkins Renown Service Award, the National Louis University Reach Award, and the Strayer University Outstanding Alumni Award for his dedicated leadership in the community and Department of Defense. Darrell holds a Bachelor of Science in Management from National Louis University and an MBA from Strayer University. He is also a member of the White House Communications Agency Hall of Fame. What we Discussed: - Whitehouse Communication - Working with your Spouse - Military Speaking Training - Preparing for a Keynote - Structuring a Workshop - Starting his Coaching Career - Podmatch - How to Overcome Political Sides and more How to Contact Darrell: https://www.allianceseminars.org/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/darrellwilliams/ https://speakerhub.com/speaker/darrell-williams More About Speaking Podcast: All Episodes can be found at www.speakingpodcast.com All Social Media + Donations link https://linktr.ee/speaking Sponsor : http://coolabulla.com Use Discount Code Speaking for a 10% Discount Our Facebook Group can be found at www.facebook.com/speakingpodcast All my 5 Podcast can be found at http://roycoughlan.com/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/roy-coughlan/message
Joe sat down live with Norma Bostarr in Long Beach for the seventh episode of BYOB: The Healthcare Podcast. The team speaks to Norma Bostarr on Healthcare and Crisis Management, Norma is the Senior Manager of Social Impact Operations and Implementation at Carbon Health. Throughout her career, Norma has had stops as a clinical researcher, venture capital and at a Health Tech Startup. She discusses how her experience in research, her personal life and experience at Carbon Health enhanced her focus on the need for change in healthcare and the importance of centering on the patient. Norma shares the harsh realities of working on the COVID-19 response in San Francisco and Los Angeles counties for testing and vaccination campaigns. She provides a great perspective on what early careerists should think of when they are looking to pursue a new opportunity and how to work to scale their impact. Norma Bostarr – Carbon Health Norma envisions a world where healthcare is a tool to heal communities. After leaving the VC and recruiting space in 2019, Nora wanted to give herself some space to find a pathway for working in healthcare. When COVID-19 arrived, she felt called to action. She is tremendously grateful for the opportunity to lead Carbon's clinical teams and direct their public partner operations. Her teams delivered 1.5M vaccines and 1M tests throughout the pandemic. Norma practices self-care through movement, playtime in nature, and reading. She is an advocate for caregiving and Alzheimer's. She loves engaging in conversations around end-of-life care. The crew asked Norma the following questions: Tell us a bit about yourself and your healthcare background? Can you talk about how your clinical research experience launched your career? You currently serve as Senior Manager of Social Impact Operations and Implementation at Carbon Health. What does your work entail? Can you speak to the great work that Carbon does and who they are? How did you and Carbon get involved in the COVID-19 pandemic? Happy Thanksgiving – Good tidings to you! The group talks about what they are doing for Thanksgiving and what they are thankful for in this Thanksgiving season.. This has been a trying year for all of us, especially those providers and administrators who have been on the front lines of the pandemic. We are incredibly thankful for all of your efforts. We hope all of you have a Happy Thanksgiving and we'd be interested to know from our listeners how they envision the next year of the pandemic response will look like? --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/byob-health/message
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Join Alex and Brit as they chat with Emily Hoffman of the Downtown Sacramento Partnership and Susan O'Brien of The Kitchen Table in Sacramento about Small Business Saturday and the importance of shopping local this holiday season (and get tips on how and where to shop small!). After that, Brit and Alex chat with two professional experts at SAFE Credit Union, James Richie, Senior Manager of Debit and Credit Card Services and Mike McCarthy, Chief Intelligence Officer who discuss how to safely use your card while shopping online this season. To check out some of the resources highlighted in this episode visit the links below. Browse all that the Kitchen Table in Sacramento (@kitchentablesac) has to offer, place an online order, and sign up for Susan's newsletter here: https://www.kitchentablesac.com/ Look through the Downtown Sacramento Partnership's site (@DowntownSac) and directory to explore all that downtown Sacramento has to offer: https://www.godowntownsac.com/explore/ Last but not least, here's info on some of the small businesses mentioned in this episode -- check them out! Hao Bao Dumplings -- http://haobaodumplings.com/ Estelle Bakery -- https://estellebakery.com/ Capital Books on K -- https://capitalbooksonk.com/ Stage Nine -- https://www.stagenine.com/ Allspicery -- https://www.allspicery.com/ Good Bottle Shop -- https://www.goodbottleshop.com/ Tomato Alley Collective -- https://tomatoalleycollective.square.site/ Strapping Store -- https://strappingstore.com/ Pomegranate Boutique -- https://www.thepomegranateboutique.com/ Krazy Mary's -- https://krazymarys.com/ East Village Book Shop -- https://bookshop.org/shop/eastvillage Wild Sisters Book Company -- http://wildsistersbookco.com/ Warehouse Creative -- https://www.warehousecreativesac.com/ Putah Creek Cafe -- http://www.putahcreekcafe.com/ Milestone -- https://www.milestoneedh.com/ Mom & Pop's Chicken Shop -- https://www.chxshp.com/ To contact the hosts, email us at Podcast@safecu.org To learn more about SAFE Credit Union products and services visit: https://www.safecu.org/
Our three panelists—Erin Rose Glass (PhD English), Barbara Hubert (PhD Urban Education), and Maria Janelli (PhD Educational Psychology)—are all alums of the Graduate Center. At the time of this recording, Erin was Senior Developer Educator at DigitalOcean, Barbara was Director of Professional Learning at BrainPOP, and Maria was Senior Manager of Online Teacher Education Programs at the American Museum of Natural History. The post Careers at the Intersection of Education & Technology (feat. Erin Rose Glass, Barbara Hubert, & Maria Janelli) appeared first on Career Planning and Professional Development.
Shawnna Sumaoang: Hi, and welcome to the Sales Enablement PRO podcast, I'm Shawnna Sumaoang. Sales enablement is a constantly evolving space, and we’re here to help professionals stay up to date on the latest trends and best practices so they can be more effective in their jobs. Today, I’m excited to have Amanda Romeo at DailyPay join us. Amanda, I would love for you to introduce yourself, your role, and your organization to our audience. Amanda Romeo: Thanks, Shawnna. Thank you so much for having me as well. Yes, my name is Amanda Romeo. I am the Senior Manager of Revenue Training and Enablement at DailyPay, which is a hyper-growth New York-based technology company. To put it simply, what we do is provide an industry-leading service that enables employees to access or save their pay as they earn it without having to wait for that traditional pay cycle. SS: Very excited to have you here, Amanda. You’ve been a core partner to Sales Enablement PRO over the years. In fact, you have extensive experience around building training, onboarding, and coaching programs, and were awarded our award for Initiative of the Year based on those programs at DailyPay last year. As the work environment has continued to evolve since then, how are you planning and designing your programs and preparing your reps for success for the coming year in 2022? AR: Yeah, absolutely. Thank you so much again for that award. It’s probably the nicest trophy that I’ve ever gotten, and I have it up in my office. It’s such a nice reminder that hard work pays off. Moving into 2022, a lot of things coming up. First, to start with onboarding, as the new year approaches my team is currently going through extensive curriculum health assessments to identify areas of opportunity for our onboarding program so that we can help our new hires ramp quickly. With that said, one of the things that we identified is the need to stretch our onboarding program. Most go from about three to six weeks depending on the role. We’ll want to extend that through their full first 90 days of their onboarding so that we can provide more reinforcement, timely learnings, things such as that. With the timeliness of learnings, another component of our 2022 plan is furthering our just-in-time learning. Things like releasing more micro learnings, utilizing our training and coaching platform a little bit more extensively, self-service learning such as microlearning videos, we’re actually starting an internal podcast series which I’m super excited for, and e-learning modules as well. The third component would be our coaching programs. Something I think that’s a little unique to our team is that in the last month of every quarter we essentially have a blackout period. What that means is that we want to keep our reps hyper-focused on closing out the quarter strong, but to supplement that and continue developing and supporting our teams, we do one-on-one coaching sessions with the reps that they can request to help role-play or strategize or go through decks or whatever that may be. That’s something that we’ll continue to do throughout 2022 and then something that’s a little bit newer to our org, or my team specifically rather, is furthering our leadership development in enablement. As our company’s growing really rapidly so is our leadership team, so we’re going to be focusing on more leadership enablement in 2022 to help drive success of the enablement initiatives through that frontline management team. SS: I think that’s very cool and awesome that you guys are focusing on helping to develop leaders within your organization. What would you say are some of the key challenges though that you anticipate and how can practitioners overcome those challenges when planning their training programs for the year ahead? AR: Yeah. To that point of the leadership enablement, it’s no secret to any enablement practitioner that having the support and reinforcement of enablement initiatives from the management team is mission-critical. The second piece of that is navigating a hybrid environment. While I think that we can all agree that we’d hope that this would be a non-issue going into 2022, we need to figure out the most scalable way to service both in office as well as the remote employees, and I believe that the programming for those two populations will need to look different in order to be effective. Manager reinforcement and that hybrid environment I think are probably going to be the two key challenges that are top of mind for me, so really looking to extend the program development for both of those components. SS: I think that’s fantastic. Now, you’ve touched on this a little bit in your last two responses around that buy-in that you need from leadership and that was also something that was mentioned in that award spotlight, how critical it is for driving that adoption. What are some of your best practices for gaining buy-in for your new enablement programs? AR: Yes, I wish there was a silver bullet here, I really do. My personal advice is communicate, communicate, communicate. I often joke with my own management team that I sound like a broken record. I’m totally fine with that. The truth is, and from my own management experience, there’s just a lot going on all the time, especially at a startup. First and foremost, you need buy-in from the executive leaders because without them holding that frontline management team accountable, adoption of initiatives will always be an uphill battle. The second piece is to build relationships with the leadership team that you’re relying on to carry the rest of the way. I always tell my team that the client-facing teams that we support are our customers and it’s up to us to provide them a great customer experience. Hyper communication with emails, slacks, announcing of new hires, announcing of classes, and just constantly having a cadence that they can rely on to receive the information around the training programs and the enablement initiatives is something that we’re going to continue to scale out and something that I think we’ve gotten to a pretty good repeatable pattern at this point. SS: That’s fantastic. One of the ways that your approach to training has changed in the past year, as you mentioned in that article, is expanding the scope to cover the entire revenue team. I think there are sales enablement teams that are starting to take that remit of supporting the entire revenue org. What is the role of on-demand learning in helping you to scale your training programs as you expand across the entire revenue team, and how have you delivered this on-demand learning? AR: Yeah, that’s a great point. We’re seeing the term sales enablement turn into revenue enablement in more ways than one. I see it in job descriptions, I see it in all sorts of platforms. We’ve done a few things through our training and coaching platform. We’ve launched a few product demo certifications in that same platform, we’ve sought to leverage it for onboarding to help create that stickiness with the content by allowing new hires to revisit their learnings as they ramp up and start to get that real-life experience once they start interacting with prospects and clients. We also partnered with a third-party online learning platform, and we’ll distribute a weekly e-learning to the team on various topics anywhere from selling skills to professional development just to keep those skills sharp, like remote presentation skills or things like that. We also went through a few system launches in the past year, which anyone that’s launched a new system can probably relate to the struggle to get our teams to adopt that system. From a micro-learning perspective, we really leveraged videos to help support that launch because when you do an instructor-led training on a new platform launch, it can be difficult for the teams to really envision the issues that they’re going to come up with. Having those videos and that just-in-time learning piece to refer back to as they begin to use the system, I think has been really crucial. Those are some of the things that we’ve done from an on-demand learning perspective to support this past year. Like I said earlier, we’ll be ramping that up in a few different ways throughout 2022. SS: Well, ramp is definitely a great segue into my next question. As outcomes of training and onboarding, I think the velocity of ramp and productivity are absolutely key and something that a lot of enablement practitioners look at. What are some of your best practices for really optimizing ramp time and assessing rep productivity? AR: Yeah, measuring the effectiveness of enablement initiatives is definitely a passion of mine, I’m very results-driven. Specifically, as it relates to optimizing ramp time, we structure our onboarding programs to identify the first step in a new hire’s role and get them to start doing that as soon as possible. For example, in the case of our account executives, the discovery call is traditionally the first thing that they’ll do as a new hire. Within that first week of their sales training, which usually comes around week three of their tenure, we’re going to train and certify them on that discovery process so that way we can get them doing their job as early as possible. Of course, we continue training beyond that for the next few weeks, but we taper that schedule off, meaning that after that initial certification we want to find a good balance between learning and productivity, a.k.a. doing their job. We’ve also found that this approach allows for more practical learning scenarios. Because the reps are starting to do their job, they are coming to training with real-life questions, objections, scenarios that they’re encountering on their calls, and we can help them work through it. You could probably think of a scenario where you were learning something new recently, when you can practically apply that to your everyday life or your past experience, that learning becomes stickier in your brain. Those are a couple of ways that we’re accelerating that ramp time while still maintaining a continuous learning environment for our new hires. SS: I think that’s fantastic. We talked about coaching at the early onset of the interview, and I’d also love to understand from your perspective, how you think about measuring potentially productivity improvements as it relates to coaching? AR: Yeah. One thing that we’re doing, like I said, I feel like this is a little unique to my organization, but it’s something I feel really passionate about. When I started at my company in the beginning of 2020, I was a one-woman show and now I’m lucky enough to have my team, but one of the things that we identified early on was we were getting people ramped up, we were getting them onboarded, they were starting to do their deals, but we identified people were interested in coming back and saying I know we learned this in training, but I just got this on this call, can I set up time with you and go through this? We were seeing such progress with the new hires, and they were really able to do their jobs so much more effectively that I really became an extension of the leadership team. When I started to hire my team, it was really important to me that they also build those relationships with the reps where they were comfortable coming back to us from a training and enablement org and saying, hey, I need help here. We usually send out an email at the beginning of each month saying, okay, we have five coaching sessions available this month, and usually they’re “sold out” within the first day or two of that email being sent. That just speaks, I think, to the effectiveness and the impact that the enablement team is able to have on those. We are really seeing, and something that we’re going to be tracking in the next couple months and into 2022, is if we’re coaching on a specific deal with a specific rep, is there a way for us to tie ourselves to that revenue because we’ve been able to help coaching with that deal specifically? SS: Absolutely. Last question for you. How do you gather insights on the effectiveness of your training and coaching and onboarding programs? What are some of the key analytics that you measure as you plan your programs for the upcoming year? AR: Yes, great question. Like I said earlier, I’m very results-driven. I’m a big fan of the Kirkpatrick model for measuring effectiveness and I presented on this topic with some other enablement groups. Simply put, the Kirkpatrick model is broken into four levels: reaction, learning, behavior, and results. Reaction, simple satisfaction surveys. Did you like the training? Did you like the content? What would you change? Things like that. We are constantly polling our team at DailyPay on what they want from enablement as well as what they like and don’t like. The second component is learning, and this is achieved through written tests, certifications, so on and so forth. One thing to note is that for reaction and learning to be really telling, you usually want to pair those two results together. For example, if they liked the training but didn’t learn anything, it wasn’t necessarily an effective initiative. Now, usually this is where I hear a lot of practitioners stop. When I’m interviewing or working with some of my peers in the industry and we talk about measuring effectiveness, it’s usually a satisfaction survey or a certification. Where I think we really get the business’s attention is beyond that when we talk about behavior and results. Behavior change is hard to measure, I will be the first to admit it. Like I said, I usually hear a lot of people stopping here because it gets a little grey, but when you get to behavior change and looking at the results components, so those last two stages, the one key piece of this is benchmark data. For behavior change, you can leverage a conversation intelligence tool to measure rep performance before and after an initiative. For results, you can look at benchmark data for ramp time before implementing an onboarding program and after implementing to see if the program was impactful. For example, when I started at DailyPay in January of 2020, we looked at the time to first sale for all of the reps that had not gone through the program that we launched, and then looked at the ramp time and the time to first sale for all of the new account executives that had gone through that program. We saw a pretty large decrease in that time to first sale because we were able to have that benchmark data. Not every organization has access to benchmark data, so that can be difficult for some practitioners to nail down, but that comes with maturity of the organization. For the year ahead, we’re going to continue to look at the time to first sale, time to second sale. The new one I’d like to focus on, which I’d mentioned earlier, is that deal impact. If my team or I find ourselves in one-on-one coaching sessions when they are deal-specific, I’d like to find a way to attribute the enablement team’s involvement in that deal to the revenue that it brought into the company. That’s something that I’m going to be looking at a little bit more closely as we move into 2022. SS: Well, I think that’s fantastic advice to our audience about how to actually and practically measure against behavior change by benchmarking. I think that’s fantastic. Thank you, Amanda, and I’m very excited to understand how the deal impact metric pans out for you over the coming year. Thank you so much for taking the time to chat with us, I always learn a lot of new things whenever we get a chance to connect and chat. AR: Amazing. Thank you so much again for having me, it’s been a pleasure. SS: To our audience, thanks for listening. For more insights, tips, and expertise from sales enablement leaders, visit salesenablement.pro. If there's something you’d like to share or a topic you’d like to learn more about, please let us know. We’d love to hear from you.
Despite recognizing the value of performing a business impact analysis (BIA) before developing a full business continuity (BC) plan, most organizations don't carry out BIAs with any regularity. In this episode of IT Availability Now, Jon Murry, Principal Consultant at Sungard Availability Services (Sungard AS), walks us through why it's imperative to frequently conduct a BIA and how this will make your business more resilient. Listen to the full episode to learn:● The core functions of a BIA● The problem with treating BIAs as a one-off affair● What factors businesses should consider when conducting a BIA● How a BIA can help an organization calculate the cost of downtimeBrian Fawcett is a Senior Manager of Global Sales Engagement at Sungard AS. With over 15 years of experience in a range of industries, he specializes in forming enterprise-wide global talent and learning development programs. Brian has enriched corporate learning culture by matching organizational vision and core values to curricula, leading to application and impact.Jon Murry has over 20 years of experience with business operations, corporate-wide crisis management and business continuity strategy and planning. As Principal Consultant, he leads a team of business continuity, disaster recovery and cyber security consultants in the risk and resilience practice at Sungard AS.Listen and subscribe to IT Availability Now on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Podchaser, deezer, Podcast Addict, Listen Notes, and more.The full transcript of this episode is available below.
In this episode, Drs. Fiona Watt and Alice Vickers join the podcast to talk about uncovering the relationship between genetic variants and cellular behavior. They recently developed a platform to quantify iPSC differentiation propensity to investigate the genetic contribution to phenotypic variability. Drs. Vickers and Watt are authors of the recent paper, "Plating human iPSC lines on micropatterned substrates relevels role for ITGBI nsSNV in endoderm formation” in Stem Cell Reports. GuestsFiona Watt, DPhil, Centre for Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine, King's College London Website: http://www.wattlab.org/ Alice Vickers, PhD, INKEF Capital, Amsterdam (current affiliation). Centre for Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine, King's College London (previous affiliation). Website: https://www.inkefcapital.com Supporting Document ”Plating human iPSC lines on micropatterned substrates relevels role for ITGBI nsSNV in endoderm formation” HostMartin Pera, PhD – Editor-in-Chief, Stem Cell Reports and The Jackson LaboratoryTwitter: @martinperaJAXAbout Stem Cell ReportsStem Cell Reports is the Open Access journal of the International Society for Stem Cell Research (ISSCR) for communicating basic discoveries in stem cell research, in addition to translational and clinical studies. Stem Cell Reports focuses on original research with conceptual or practical advances that are of broad interest to stem cell biologists and clinicians.Twitter: @StemCellReportsAbout ISSCRWith nearly 4,000 members from more than 65 countries, the International Society for Stem Cell Research is the preeminent global, cross-disciplinary, science-based organization dedicated to stem cell research and its translation to the clinic. The ISSCR mission is to promote excellence in stem cell science and applications to human health. Twitter: @ISSCRAcknowledgementsISSCR StaffKeith Alm, Chief Executive OfficerBethany Almon, Senior Manager of Integrated MarketingYvonne Fisher, Managing Editor, Stem Cell ReportsKym Kilbourne, Director of Media and Strategic CommunicationsJack Mosher, Senior Manager of Scientific AffairsVoice WorkBen SnitkoffMusic@Konovalov
How to understand the motivations of your visitors to create incentives for them to join. That's not it, though — don't forget to onboard them properly. Community Industry News: Rachel Hartley joined Siemens as Community Strategist Shana Sumers was promoted to Senior Manager, Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Belonging Communities at HubSpot Jacob Gross joined Slack as Community Marketing Manager Gabi Laing was promoted to Senior Marketing Specialist at Zendesk Kerri Williams was promoted to Senior Manager, Community Strategy and Engagement at Workday Jessica Long joined Alteryx as Online Community Manager Sara Ott joined hound as Director of Content and Community Sam Houston joined Honeycomb as Director of Community Success Sofia Losada joined Firneo as Community Manager Conversion: Community Launch Guide: Conversion Acquisition episode Engagement episode Sponsored by: Vanilla Forums' Customer Advocacy Maturity Model eBook is great for companies who want to elevate and grow their customer advocacy programs. It's an easy way to measure what your advocacy experience is currently like in comparison to others, so you can determine the next steps to make it bigger and more effective. Meetsy enables you to Connect your community, one introduction at a time. Create serendipity and unlock the power of networks in your community by enabling your members to easily connect with each other.
Mr. Nguyen Tuan Hong Phuc is a Partner, Consulting, Head of Customer & Operations at KPMG in Vietnam. He has over 16 years of experience in management, digital transformation, and operation consulting. Before joining KPMG Vietnam, he was Senior Manager in Advisory Services and Performance Improvement for Ernst & Young, as well as Director of CEL Consulting.An expert in customer experience management in the digital age, Mr. Nguyen explains the game-changing factors in the market based on “The Six Pillars of Customer Experience Excellence”, KPMG's 7-year research. Stay tuned to this Vietnam Innovator podcast with host Hao Tran, CEO of Vietcetera to explore this intriguing topic.Thank you ELSA Speak and KPMG Vietnam for collaborating with Vietcetera in this podcast.ELSA Speak is the world's smartest English pronunciation coach, powered by AI. The app can listen and pinpoint the exact errors in every single sound, intonation, rhythm and pitch as you speak, compare to a native speaker and give instant feedback on how to improve. All these feedback are fully automated using ELSA's proprietary speech recognition technology. With this virtual everyday English ‘personal trainer', you'll be able to speak with ease and confidence.Learn how to speak like our innovators by downloading and clicking the link in the description below!link to install ELSA Speak app: https://vnelsaspeak.onelink.me/CAwv/Vietceteralink to this episode study set inside ELSA Speak app: https://bit.ly/Vietcetera-Ep6Part of a global network present in 146 countries, KPMG in Vietnam has been assisting the local business community and international investors entering this potential market since 1994. As one of the top professional service firms in Vietnam, KPMG focuses on helping other organizations — enterprises, public-sector agencies, capital market players, governments, and not-for-profits — mitigate risks and grasp opportunities through an audit, tax, legal and advisory services.Learn more about the firm's initiatives here: https://home.kpmg/vn/en/home.htmlLeave any comments, messages, or questions to email@example.com.#Vietcetera_Podcast #VI #Vietcetera
Catherine Short speaks with Sheba Vine, Attorney and Senior Manager in the Global Privacy Office at Exact Sciences Corporation, on the topic of “Recent Developments in Health Information Privacy: HIPAA Right of Access.” We will review recent developments including OCR Enforcement Highlights, HIPAA Right of Access & Ciox Health Decision, NPRM, and 21st Century Cures Act Information Blocking Regulation. The post Recent Developments in Health Information Privacy: HIPAA Right of Access appeared first on First Healthcare Compliance.
Ten years ago, the term "thought leadership" did not exist. Yet, the principles of thought leadership were being practiced, shaped, and refined by pioneers in the field; people whose great ideas literally shaped the road for all others. Our guest today is Amelia Folkes, Senior Manager of External Relations at Workiva. Previous to that, she worked at Emerson Automation Solutions and State Farm, where she worked to implement changes that made the world a safer place - through practices and insights that we now recognize as true thought leadership. Changing an organization's culture can take years of effort. Amelia explains how she did it: by positioning brands as more than just vendors. She taught her companies to become solutions providers and partners to their customers, and level up the organization's voice. In this way, she created earnest relationships, and helped her brands gain the trust and loyalty of their audience. Relationships are important, but the hardest work of thought leadership is finding a way to take those values to scale. Amelia discusses the use of both broad and narrowcasting, and the ways she works to position Workiva at the front of the ESG (Environmental Social Governance) frontier. Through her work, their clients themselves become integral thought leaders on the topics of sustainability and diversity. We finish our conversation by discussing the importance of establishing your voice, and creating key messages. Amelia explains that it's important to maintain consistent messages across multiple platforms, from social media to personal relationships. This helps create an echo chamber that, over time, will move into broader and broader audiences. This episode is an exploration of the way thought leadership has changed over a decade. Listen in, to learn some of the fascinating history, and to discover ways to define your voice, stay on message, and grow your reach for the next decade of thought leadership! Three Key Takeaways: Thought leadership needs to create trust in the things you are doing or selling. In order for thought leadership to take your client's voice to the next level, you must focus on storytelling and influence. It takes time for thought leadership to become part of the mind of your audience. Repetition and consistency are crucial.
Dr. Emily Reiser joins us this Autism Thinks episode, sharing how she makes innovation dreams come true. As a Senior Manager of Innovation Community Engagement, she helps aspiring entrepreneurs and startups launch new technologies for public health at the Texas Medical Center's innovation arm, TMC Innovation. She describes her role as an interconnector, bringing together startups, entrepreneurs and innovators with clinicians and their patients-- a crucial piece in many different journeys. Further, she speaks more about disparities in healthcare and supporting the disabled community through new technologies. If you are an inspiring innovator or interested in medical technology, tune in for Dr. Reiser's invaluable words of advice.Useful Resources/ LinksTexas Medical Center Innovation:https://www.linkedin.com/company/tmcinnovationhttps://twitter.com/tmcinnovation?s=21Dr. Emily Reiser:https://www.linkedin.com/in/emilyreiserhttps://twitter.com/em_reiser?s=21Music / Soundbites Featured: shorturl.at/drvA0
Today, we have the great pleasure of chatting with Rudina Seseri, Founder of Glasswing Ventures, an early-stage venture capital firm investing in AI-powered software companies. With over 17 years of investing and related experience, Rudina has led investments in companies such as Celtra, Crowdtwist, ChaosSearch, Plannuh, Reprise, Inrupt, and Zylotech (recently acquired by Terminus).Prior to moving into venture capital, Rudina was a Senior Manager in the Corporate Development Group at Microsoft Corporation and started her career as an investment banker at Credit Suisse. Rudina was appointed by the Dean of the Harvard Business School (HBS) for four consecutive years to serve as Entrepreneur-In-Residence for the Business School and has most recently been named to the HBS inaugural group of Rock Venture Capital Partners. Get on the email list at ventureunlocked.substack.com
In the second episode of this two-part episode, Phil continues his conversation with Lauren Haverlock, a Senior Manager at Mossadams in Los Angeles. Lauren talks about the exciting avenues of Public Accounting and why she chose this career path. She also discusses her love for accounting, and how becoming a CPA changed her life.
Troy Fine is Tom Fox's guest on this week's episode of the Innovation in Compliance Podcast. He is the Senior Manager of Cybersecurity Risk Management and Compliance at Drata. Troy joins Tom to talk about data security, data protection, and risk management. Internal and External Auditing Auditing is external and internal. External auditing entails third parties coming in to assess a company's controls, security frameworks, and determining if they meet compliance requirements. Internal auditing involves people who work directly for the company they are assessing. They are a lot more involved with the business, and understand the requirements of the business better, so they take a more collaborative approach. Internal audit identifies the gaps within the organization, so the business can remedy them quickly, and so that the business can be prepared for an external audit. Troy points out that sometimes internal audit would assist external audit, with external audit relying on the testing that internal already performed. How Drata Scales Your Company Integrity and trust are the core ethos of Drata. "We built this product so that our customers can prove to their customers that they could have trust in their data security," Troy tells Tom. Currently, the company has over fifty integrations that they can pull data and test from, as well as many new frameworks. What this means is that as Drata's customers get their own customers and more requests for compliance, Drata will be able to support them through additional controls. Customers and clients are able to create a more secure environment in their organizations and meet their compliance standards at the same time. Drata allows customers to manage their control environment via continuous monitoring. When an auditor comes in to assess, they can see the control operated over a long period of time. Assessing Third-Party Risk Within the Drata platform, there is a vendor management page where customers can start monitoring their vendors. Customers can rank them from low to medium to high risk. For medium- and high-risk vendors, customers can log and track how well those vendors are meeting security requirements. "Part of our control testing is to check if the customer is monitoring their vendors appropriately," Troy remarks. "We want to make sure they're also monitoring their vendors, so we provide them a template that allows them to make sure that we're viewing the SOC 2 reports appropriately, and identifying any risk or end-user controls that they need to perform." Zero Trust Tom asks Troy what companies need to be thinking about in terms of cybersecurity in the coming years. "A big area to focus on is going to be this idea of Zero Trust," Troy says. A greater emphasis on verification, based on location, customer behavior, or just a change in general, is going to be seen in the not too distant future. "As the workforce becomes more remote, the idea that somebody behind the keyboard is not the same person that was in your office is becoming a bigger question," he adds. Implementing Zero Trust frameworks is going to become more important. Resources Troy Fine | LinkedIn Drata
Inside the GMAT Replay: Did you know that GMAC offers accommodations for test-takers with disabilities? In this episode, Kailin Burns invites Jason Northup, the Senior Manager for Test Accommodations at GMAC to discuss how you can apply for testing accommodations on your GMAT or Executive Assessment, what testing accommodations GMAC offers, and options you have as a test taker to maximize your test-taking experience. Download the 6 Steps to Applying for a Testing Accommodation
Join the Take 5 with SITE conversation as Dana Weaver, Senior Manager, Marketing Services with Bloomington, IL-based Growmark, Inc., a past president of SITE Chicago and a current member of the SITE Foundation Board of Trustees shares his vision of the road ahead. Transformation and looking to the future.
This week we're sharing a conversation Matt had over the summer with Abby Liebenthal. Abby's full-time job is the Senior Manager of US Open Fan Engagement for the USGA, a position she's been in for almost the last two years. She's been in the golf industry her entire career including time at Acushnet and the Tiger Woods Foundation but her side hustle is what we're really talking about in this conversation and that's the non-profit she founded almost three years ago, Fore the Ladies. For the Ladies is a female-based community with the intent to introduce more women to the game and bring women together to play, watch and participate in everything golf has to offer. She also has a podcast called Fore the Ladies that you can find wherever you get your podcasts and for our listeners that have been with us a while you'll appreciate that her fiancée is former VSGA intern Brendan Ahrnsbrak. Okay, here's our conversation with Abby Liebenthal.
Alan Livsey talks to Natalie Gregoire-Skeete, a Senior Manager covering sustainability regulatory issues for EY's financials team. She is a founding member of the Black Professionals working group at CFA UK, aiming to connect 100 black professionals. They discuss some unique aspects of her role and how the black professionals working group is promoting inclusion & diversity, sustainability, and ESG in the financial sector.
Design has the unique ability to transform FinTech services, and this includes fortifying trust with end-users. So, how do today's biggest players engage design principles so that consumers buy in even more to the products they are building? Our host Tom Hunt sits down with Shalika Hanum, UX Design Lead, FinTech at Star, Masaaki Tanaka, Senior Manager of Interaction Design & UX Strategy at Paidy, and Vincent Guillevic, Director of Product Design at Onfido, to unpack why trust is so essential and gather fresh insights in a brand new edition of Shine: a podcast by Star. To hear directly from the experts, don't forget to press play and listen to the full episode...
Cloud solutions aren't one size fits all. Unfortunately, too many organizations turn to a private or public cloud without fully considering their overall business goals, resulting in missed opportunities and unrealized value on their investment. In this episode of IT Availability Now, Edwina Murphy, Lead Cloud Specialist at Sungard AS, discusses what companies need to think about when shaping their cloud journey and how to avoid common pitfalls. Listen to the full episode to learn:● Questions businesses should ask themselves before blindly jumping to the cloud● Why organizations are quick to select public cloud and why that's not always the answer● When to choose a private cloud over public cloud● Why cloud is more about business strategy than technology● Words of wisdom that will ensure a smoother path to the cloudBrian Fawcett is a Senior Manager of Global Sales Engagement at Sungard AS. With over 15 years of experience in a range of industries, he specializes in forming enterprise-wide global talent and learning development programs. Brian has enriched corporate learning culture by matching organizational vision and core values to curricula, leading to application and impact.Ed Murphy is the EMEA cloud specialist team lead, where she supports customers through complex challenges and helps them adopt creative, robust, efficient, secure and resilient cloud solutions to transform business. Ed holds over a decade of experience in working with private, public and hybrid cloud solutions and managed services.Listen and subscribe to IT Availability Now on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Podchaser, deezer, Podcast Addict, Listen Notes, and more.
Thanks for listening! Here is episode 104! We chat with Steve Kaufman, the Senior Manager of Adoption Initiatives with PetSmart Charities. Find out of grants are available for officers or just for animal shelters. You won't want to miss this episode! Check out PetSmart Charities here. Check out our website to learn more about Daniel and Ashlee. Humaneroundup.com If you have something you'd like us to discuss and want to send it over anonymously? Text or Leave Us a message at 916-241-3464 or email us @ firstname.lastname@example.org Find us online @https://humaneroundup.com -Podcast (@humaneroundup Facebook, Twitter, & Instagram) -Your Host Daniel Ettinger (@animalprotectionofficerdaniel Facebook and @animalprotection_officerdaniel Instagram) -Your Co Ashley Bishop (@H.O. Bishop Facebook and H.O Bishop Instagram) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/humaneroundup/message
Putting care back into the lives of those he touches, John Beaumont is the real deal. Welcome to Mindset Playbook's new series The Great Automotive Experience, which occurs when the buying experience meets or exceeds the thrill of owning a new vehicle. John Beaumont has twenty-two years and counting with Toyota and Lexus, he is currently Senior Manager for Dealer Engagement, Toyota Motor North America, working with their dealer partners to maximize sales, customer and associate satisfaction, and retention. Most recently John has begun working with their SmartPath team helping to provide a comprehensive digital retail platform for their dealers, and bring a best-in-class buying experience to their customers.
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In this episode of CHATTINN CYBER, Marc Schein interviews Omar Refaqat, Senior Manager of Crowe's Cyber & Risk Consulting Practice. Omar has extensive experience working as a #Telecom and Networks Engineer at several successful companies before venturing into cybersecurity. Omar's chats about his engineering background which gave him a solid foundation to understand today's threats, technologies, and opportunities. Credit card fraud, email fraud, hybrid attacks, and sim spoofing are the different types of attacks increasing every passing day. Omar explains simspoofing is the technique used to defeat MFA multi-factor authentication. In this type of #fraud, attackers redirect the messages or #data from your phone's sim to their phone so that the authentication code you're supposed to receive in your phone goes directly to them. Cryptocurrency and blockchain adoption has exploded. We chat about why there's so much trust around the two technologies and why people are increasingly drawn to them. Highlights: “What we've seen over the last decade or so is really a convergence between that and cyber threats and cybercrime.” “It's interesting that it's really a push-pull effect. The banks, central and insurance and credit unions are moving in this direction, but the cloud providers are finally also waking up to the fact that they have this huge industry out there that really wasn't that excited about their products and services.” “And that's the basic technology underlying cryptos. Think of this as a distributed ledger where you don't need an intermediary to provide that trust. And it's really that everybody has access to it, you can see what everyone else is doing. And that's where the trust comes from.” “What we have seen from our perspective as an accounting firm, we have a risk practice, we have a consulting practice, we have a fairly large audit practice as well. All these things tying together security can no longer be treated as siloed service or applicant application.” “The way we work with our clients is, as we said, we start with really helping them from the advisory perspective, from a consulting perspective in doing risk assessments, understanding where the technology risks lie in helping them put together those in various programs to help build controls mitigate the risk to the extent that they want to and they need to, and then come in as retirement as an audit practice and make sure that, that ethical framework is is compliant and effective.” Time-Stamps: [01:17] - Omar shares his life's story with us [03:44] - Omar shares about his time in the finance industry and the convergence of finance and cyber crimes [06:43] - What is sim spoofing? [15:15] - What technologies can financial services industries make use of? [25:38] - Why technology can no longer be seen as a siloed type of service Connect with Omar: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/omarrefaqat/
In the first part of this two-part episode, Phil speaks with Lauren Haverlock, a Senior Manager at Moss Adams in Los Angeles. Lauren discusses what her company strives to accomplish and how they attract and maintain clients. She also talks about the different paths you can take with a Public Accounting degree.
Today, we have a fascinating discussion about corporate sustainability at one of China's most famous Internet companies. Guan Li, who joins on her own behalf, discusses her work on corporate sustainability in both the US and China and the status of Meituan's efforts on corporate sustainability and waste reduction/recycling. Guan Li works as Senior Manager of Corporate Social Responsibility at Meituan Waimai, one of China's largest online food delivery apps. She leads the Meituan Green Tech fund program (greentech.meituan.com). Li has over six years of experience as a corporate sustainability professional. After graduation from Macalester College in St Paul, MN, she worked in sustainability roles at Metro Transit in Minnesota, at Amazon, and at the Chinese food delivery app Ele.me. She has expertise in energy efficiency, carbon emissions calculation, renewable energy, supply chain labor rights, and circular economy. Time stamps: 0:55 - About Guan Li's work at Meituan 2:16 - The two main strategies: waste reduction and recycling 5:02 - Meituan's role in reducing waste 7:58 - What the data show (or don't show) on waste from food delivery 10:32 - Meituan and carbon neutrality 12:10 - Waste sorting in different cities 13:19 - Green Tech Fund 15:05 - US-China differences
A Deeper Way Certified Facilitators Jillian Sperl (Ecumen) and Leigh Shebeck (The Walt Disney Company) join Casey and Tim to discuss A Deeper Way Foundational Tenet #4: Stay Curious.Tenet #5: Commit To TruthLasting change happens in the context of trusting relationships with self and others, it can't happen in a vacuum. There is no trust without truth. Always seek to understand your peoples' truth, be a witness to their Tacit Truth and help them return to the Unequivocal Truth: they are a normal person, worthy of love and belonging, because they exist. Commit to relating to them from this place. No excuses. No matter how difficult. Jillian Sperl is a Regional People Services Manager at Ecumen. She is an experienced Human Resources professional with a demonstrated history of working in the health care industry. Skilled in nonprofit organizations, collaboration and communication. Passionate about aligning human resources initiatives with business goals.Connect with Jillian on LinkedInRich McCaffrey is Senior Manager of Talent Planning and Executive Insights at The Walt Disney Company where he facilitates insights for top executive talent regarding their potential, career intent, strengths and development needs as part of the Disney Executive Leadership Insights (DELI) development offering. In addition, he supports enterprise wide talent and succession planning processes including talent management technology enhancements, developing tools and resources, and implementing a succession measurement strategy.Connect with Rich on LinkedInJoin the Psychology at Work conversation online:InstagramLinkedInFacebookVisit us at adeeperway.com to learn about taking the work to a deeper level.
Lauren Thomas, Senior Manager of Communications & Social at Intuit Consumer Group, joins the Social Pros Podcast to discuss how Intuit makes tax content fun and engaging. Huge thanks to our amazing sponsors for helping us make this happen. Please support them; we couldn't do it without their help! This week: Salesforce Marketing Cloud Snapchat Full Episode Details Tax and budgeting are, by most people's books, not the most interesting topics to hear about on social media. And yet, Intuit has managed to create content on social that's fun, engaging, and educational. This is thanks to the work of Lauren Thomas, Senior Manager of Communications & Social at Intuit Consumer Group, and her team. Lauren joined Social Pros to talk all about her work and how she's brought innovations and big ideas to the team to drive its success. We hear about Intuit's ventures on TikTok and how it works with both personal finance and general lifestyle influencers to create engaging and relatable content. Lauren explains how Intuit has developed its light-hearted and fun brand voice to appeal to those who would usually shy away from hearing about tax. In This Episode: 4:16 – How Lauren manages to wear so many hats in her role 6:10 – How Lauren uses social listening and the insights she's picked up 8:47 – Why the area of social you work in affects how you use social listening 10:45 – How Intuit's social media content changes throughout the year 13:40 – Lauren explains how social engagement shifts depending on the time of year 16:09 – How Intuit blends tax and finance content with lifestyle content 18:46 – Lauren explains how Intuit used Cameo as a unique marketing push 22:49 – How influencers help Intuit make serious tax topics engaging 26:55 – Intuit's social care team's approach to protecting personal information 34:02 – Lauren shares the story behind ending up in the Guinness Book of World Records 37:54 – The challenges of getting leadership to understand your vision 45:34 – Lauren's top tip for those looking to become a social pro Resources Get the new State of Marketing report for free from Salesforce Double your advertising spend with Snapchat Visit SocialPros.com for more insights from your favorite social media marketers.
Other than going to the university to get a degree, what are the other educational options for students? Ken welcomes Jim Bologa to talk about the career and technical education space. Jim is the President and CEO of Porter and Chester Institute which provides different career programs for students to acquire technical and professional skills essential for their chosen careers. Jim shares how career and technical education can create value for people. He also answers some of the most important questions: How long it will take a student to finish the course, the consulting and onboarding process, and most importantly, how much the salary will be after taking the program. Who is Jim Bologa? Jim joined PCI in 2007 as a consultant then became the Chief Operating office in 2009. He began serving as the President and Chief Executive Offer in 2012. Before joining PCI, he was the Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of FamilyMeds, Inc. Prior to that, he spent over a decade in various executive management roles in the business services, automotive/aerospace, and technology industries. He began his career as a Certified Public Accountant at PricewaterhouseCoopers, where he served for ten years with his last role as a Senior Manager in PwC's Transactions Advisory Group. Jim received a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting from Elmira College in Elmira, New York, and completed his fifth year accounting requirement at Saint Leo University and the University of South Florida. He is a former board member and school commissioner of Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC), a former board member of Career Education Colleges and Universities (CECU), a former board member of the Association of Connecticut Career Schools (ACCS), and a former board member and President of the Massachusetts Association of Private and Career Schools (MAPCS), subsequently reorganized into the New England Private School Association (NEPCSA) What is Porter and Chester Institute? Porter and Chester Institute (PCI), a private sector, a post-secondary technical institution founded in 1946 with twelve campuses throughout Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Pennsylvania, featuring twenty-four different career programs, supports committed students in achieving the technical and professional skills essential for their chosen career through industry-modeled, student-centered education and training. Porter and Chester Institute is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC), authorized by the Connecticut Office of Higher Education, and licensed by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Division of Professional Licensure, Office of Private Occupational School Education, approved and licensed by the Pennsylvania Department of Education, State Board of Private Licensed Schools. Links and Resources from this Episode DISCLAIMER For resources and additional information of this episode go to http://engineeroffinance.com https://wti.edu/ Connect with Ken Greene http://engineeroffinance.com Office 775-624-8839 https://www.linkedin.com/in/ken-greene https://business.facebook.com/GreeneFinance Connect with Jim Bologa https://www.bls.gov/ http://www.porterchester.edu/ email@example.com Book a meeting with Ken If you liked what you've heard and would like a one-on-one meeting with the Engineer Of Finance click here Show Notes The different topics to cover. - 2:32 What the career and technical education is about and how it can create value for people. - 4:24 How long does it take a student to finish the different programs and course offerings? - 9:30 The consulting and onboarding process. - 17:15 Is there an option to get information on how much their salary will be after taking the program? - 20:45 Micro jobs are a huge proponent of career and technical education because they're so needed and important. - 27:31 There's a lot of interesting value to an individual in a sense of accomplishment if you can build something, service something or fix something. - 29:15 Where can people reach out to Jim and Porter and Chester Institute? - 33:36 Review, Subscribe and Share If you like what you hear please leave a review by clicking here Make sure you're subscribed to the podcast so you get the latest episodes. Subscribe with Apple Podcasts Follow on Spotify Subscribe with Stitcher Subscribe with RSS
Mark is joined by Matt Stallknecht, the Senior Manager of Sports Betting at NASCAR. Matt starts off by discussing how NASCAR races, Cup Series, and points system work. Then he dives into the rigors of what it's like to be a race car driver. Finally, Matt walks Mark through the decision-making process that NASCAR went through the past few years to embrace sports betting and engage in partnerships with sports betting operators.
Linda Stern is a Senior Manager and Licensed Insolvency Trustee at Crowe Soberman Inc. With over twenty-five years of experience working in Canada, primarily in consumer insolvency matters consulting with individuals overwhelmed with debt, Linda helps people find solutions that work best for their financial and personal situations. In this episode, she joins the show to share her advice on what to do if you find yourself in debt, as well as how not to get overloaded with debt as you move forward in life. Listen in as Linda explains the importance of patience within her profession and why it is essential to understand the advice you are receiving from your Insolvency Trustee. (If you are unsure, ask questions!) You will learn the current landscape of debt and bankruptcy in Canada, why creating a budget for your spending is important, and success tips for managing your finances. “Providing information clearly and with patience is key.” - Linda Stern This Week on Young Money: What a licensed insolvency trustee is. What Linda is seeing with respect to Canadians and debt levels. Whether there have been more people filing for bankruptcy as of late. What you need to know about working successfully with an insolvency trustee. Common missteps to avoid when it comes to debt. The importance of understanding your spending. Key takeaways: Be patient. Ask questions. Create a budget. Understand your spending. Seek professional advice. Connect with Linda Stern: LinkedIn Website Twitter Resources Mentioned: Tracey Bissett – Money Coach YouTube Channel EP044 Dangers of Payday Loans EP057 Bankruptcy and Consumer Proposals what does it mean with Doug Hoyes EP149 Adulting 101: How to Deal with Overwhelming Debt Levels with Taz Rajan, Bromwich + Smith EP184 Credit Canada Debt Solutions with Keith Emery This episode is powered by the Cash Control Bootcamp Has this episode inspired you about your business? To start a new venture or take yours to the next level requires you to understand your cash flow cycle, how to manage it, profitably price your products and services, have those difficult conversations with stakeholders and so much more. To help you learn those critical skills I have developed the Cash Control Bootcamp - a live, online group program that empowers entrepreneurs just like you to demystify your business finances and get control of your money so you can sleep better and provide the lifestyle you want for you and your family. Check out all the details here. Enrolment is now open for The Cash Control Bootcamp - Know Your Numbers, Protect your Business and Grow for the Future - Register here today. Rate, Share & Inspire Other Young Millionaires-in-the-Making Thanks for tuning into the Young Money Podcast - the advice show for young millionaires-in-the-making! If you enjoyed this week's episode, head over to Apple Podcasts and leave us a rating and review. Visit our website to learn how easy it is to leave a review on Apple Podcasts. Don't forget to share your favorite episodes on social media! Follow the Young Money Podcast on iTunes so you never miss an episode and reach out to us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, our LinkedIn Company Page, or by visiting our website.
This week's guest is Lindsay Sweeney, Senior Manager of Communications at K2 Integrity, a risk, compliance, investigations, and monitoring firm. She graduated with degrees in journalism and history and was convinced that her career would be in either of those industries. However, she started working in a small shop whose clients were mostly associated with fintech; she would eventually join K2 Integrity. She joins Tom Fox to discuss how you can use social media and communications to drive home internal messages and get your message and brand out to your clients, customers, and the compliance community. At K2 Within her first six months at K2 Integrity, the company expanded their presence in the media with a major financial crimes practice and merged with a financial integrity network in DC. From there, they kicked off a rebrand, which was both challenging and easier to do remotely due to the pandemic. She tells Tom, “It wasn't just a matter of changing our name in certain places,” she shares. “It was a matter of resetting how we think about ourselves and how we talk about ourselves, not just to clients, but also how we position ourselves internally.” Surprise! Tom asks Lindsay what the biggest surprises she's had were like. “I don't know if [it was] a big surprise or more like little surprises along the way, but I've come to realize one as a communicator there is no such thing as overcommunication,” she responds. “Keeping people in the loop is not just beneficial for making sure that everyone knows where the steps are along the way, but you're going to get a different perspective from someone… that's going to change the way you do things… maybe you'll find a new way to do something that you wouldn't have previously thought of.” The Evolution of Content Marketing Lindsay believes that personalization and targeted information in content marketing is going to become bigger; it was already in the works, but the pandemic has accelerated the process. Additionally, there will be increased focus on bite-sized content to accommodate the attention span of people at home. Resources Lindsay Sweeney on LinkedIn
At CVS Health, they put their whole heart into serving their customers and that service begins with their commitment to learning and development. CVS Health's Senior Manager, Enterprise Learning and Development Loren Sanders explains how good training drives employee and customer loyalty and retail performance.Show Notes:Loren Sanders shares the best practices at CVS Health and explains how their commitment to the customer is front and center in all their training. Key points include:Customer care representatives go through empathy training to learn how to listen better before responding to customers. Understanding what a customer may be going through helps associates always respond with empathy.The need to be more responsive and flexible due to the pandemic has also led CVS Health to make training more accessible when and where it's needed most. CVS Health measures training throughout the employee's journey to build a stronger workforce and increase employee retention.Data and measurement continue to be critical to L&D at CVS Health. Their goal is to have coaching, learning, and support available at the point of performance for employees in various job roles. Powered by Learning received the Award of Distinction from the 2021 Communicator Awards and is named to the Top 40 L&D Podcast list with Feedspot.
Join the conversation with Dana Weaver, Senior Manager, Marketing Services with Growmark, Inc., past president of SITE Chicago and a current member of the SITE Foundation Board of Trustees Dana shares his personal experiences with the power of incentives and his strong belief in the power of active engagement in SITE. He had me at incentives.
Restaurant Brands International took a huge industry-leading role in the sustainability space with their announcement that they have set substantial new climate-related targets on greenhouse gas emissions, pledging to cut their emissions in half by 2030 and be net-zero by 2050. We are visited by the team that led this effort - Becky Hall, Director of Global Sustainability & Natalie Pecile, Senior Manager of Sustainability to talk to us about the company's journey down this road and, more importantly, how and why they got here. And the President's controversial vaccine-mandate policy is still front of mind for employers but uncertainty surrounds what the final rules will look like. To help us sort it out, we are joined once again by Ed Egee, Vice President for Government Relations & Workforce Development at the National Retail Federation who is going to walk us through where we are in the final rule-making process and what operators can expect to see in the next few weeks. And a record 4.3 million workers quit - yes quit - their jobs in August with the highest percentage of those coming in the restaurant and retail sector. We'll talk about the ramifications of that as well as the road ahead. We'll discuss those issues and wrap it up with the legislative scorecard.
Are your advertising dollars helping enable your sales team to sell to the target audience 100% of the time? Or are you missing the mark and wasting resources? If you want a strong performance from your ads that brings in C-Level leaders, person-based advertising is the way to do it. Dmitri Lisitski, CEO at Influ2, and Marcus Ackerland, Senior Manager, Performance Marketing at Amplitude, discuss person-based advertising and how it can align sales and marketing. Dmitri and Marcus cover:Explanation of person-based advertisingExamples of use-case and successesKey takeaways at a high levelThis is a #FlipMyFunnel podcast. Check us out on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or here.Listening on a desktop & can't see the links? Just search for Flip My Funnel in your favorite podcast player.
As the value of internal communicators has become more apparent in the past year, it can seem like our company's expectations of us have increased as well. It's helpful to make plans that go towards the big picture, but what are some things we can do now to stay above the work? This week, we chat with Anthony Bolton, Senior Manager of Employee Communications and Events at Gulfstream Aerospace on how employee culture has a huge influence on daily tasks. We're also continuing our new segment with Ragan's communications Leadership Council with John Cirone, Director, Leader, and Employee Communications at Microsoft as we dive deeper into the topic of strategic planning. You can find our resource guide as well as our guests' contacts on our associated blog page: www.internalcommspro.com/shownotes You can learn more about Ragan's Communications Leadership Council on their website: https://commscouncil.ragan.com/ Music Provided by Bensound
Nicole Redler is Senior Community Affairs Manager at Eaze, California's largest legal cannabis marketplace and the state's largest cannabis employer. Nicole leads Eaze's patient and veteran advocacy programs, building meaningful relationships to amplify community voices on important policy issues across California. To date, Eaze has completed over seven million deliveries, breaking own barriers to access and building community through industry-leading social impact and equity programs. With a focus on supporting marginalized communities, Nicole works closely with the Social Impact team to bolster Momentum, Eaze's business accelerator for BIPOC, veteran, LGBTQ and female founders. Nicole was instrumental in building public and industry support for Senator Scott Wiener's SB 34, which restored compassionate care programs in California; today, she leads Eaze Compassion, which provides free medical cannabis to low-income Californians fighting cancer, glaucoma, chronic pain, PTSD, and other debilitating health conditions.
For this episode of the Salesforce Admins Podcast, we bring back John Demby, Senior Manager of Tableau Portfolio and Strategy, to recap his experience at Dreamforce. You may or may not have seen him in the background in a silver cowboy hat repping his native Texas. Join us as we talk about the future of […] The post New Tableau Integrations with John Demby appeared first on Salesforce Admins.
Welcome back to the Creative Capital Podcast with Josh Ferrari! In this episode, I welcome Alessandra Thompson! Alessandra Thompson is a 25-year-old real estate investor and large multifamily underwriter. From her experience in selling solar panels door-to-door to being a Senior Manager at a tech and marketing startup, she quickly realized that she needed to take control of her freedom. She recently closed on her FIRST deal - a 36 unit multifamily property in Little Rock, Arkansas. Her mission is to continue to scale her portfolio. She lives by the saying, “success lies on the other side of fear" and truly believes life begins when we step outside of our comfort zones. In this episode, Alessandra tells us her story of taking the leap of faith - getting away from her 9 to 5 job to pursue the real estate industry - with the aims of attaining financial and time freedom. In her journey, she shared how she quickly scaled up, the ways to find the right mentors, and how she developed the mindset transition to prepare herself for success. Join us and listen in! [00:01 - 09:30] Introduction An overview of the episode Welcoming Alessandra to the show Alessandra shares her background Shifting from 9 to 5 to real estate Her target to attain financial freedom Learning multifamily and finding mentors [09:31 - 24:17] The Mindset Transition: What it Takes to Scale Up Why you don't need to know everything Leaning on mentors Perception on bumps on the road The mindset transition Going into a different zone Exploring the contractor space Embracing the day to day tasks Facing hurdles Tackling miscommunication in property management Dealing with tenants The holistic transition Recognizing the need to act now Refusing stagnancy Unlocking a new part of yourself Alessandra shares her story on going out of state Providing opportunities, not asking for money Passing the barrier to entry Alessandra shares her goals [24:18 - 33:04] The Pod Decks Segment What is the most embarrassing thing that has happened to you this year? Do you sing in the shower? [33:05 - 42:23] The Core Four What is your favorite real estate-related book? What Every Real Estate Investor Needs to Know About Cash Flow (link below) What do you think your unique skill is that helped you become successful? Just going for it Tell me something that's true about real estate that almost nobody agrees with you on You can go for whatever asset you want to What one piece of advice would you give the listeners wanting to succeed in real estate investing? You don't have to know all of the steps, just take action Connect with Alessandra! A summary of the episode Closing words Key Quotes: “All those little mistakes that you've made, that you wish you never made, they really helped formulate you, grow you, and mold you into what you are today and what you will be in the future.” - Josh Ferrari “I enjoy the chaos, I've realized that if it were going smoothly, I would like it to go smoothly. But I'm also getting so many learning lessons just by having these bumps in the road. And so when this does happen, for the next property, I'm more aware of what to do, and I have the knowledge to back myself up.” - Alessandra Thompson “I think that taking risks and pushing yourself to do things that you maybe aren't comfortable with is the key to success. Because each time you do that you unlock a new part of yourself that you didn't realize was within you, and you don't even know where else that could lead.” - Alessandra Thompson Resources Mentioned: What Every Real Estate Investor Needs to Know About Cash Flow by Frank Gallinelli Connect with Alessandra via her email, Instagram, and LinkedIn! You can reach and connect with me on Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram, and Youtube For more information about Ferrari Capital visit us on our website https://www.ferraricapital.com SUBSCRIBE to this podcast for more episodes on how to create your own future through smart and lucrative investments. LEAVE A 5-STAR REVIEW and share this podcast with someone you know who wants to experience massive growth and success in their business. Listen to our previous episodes here