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Sea Change Radio
William Moomaw: Climate Change Assessments

Sea Change Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 29:00


“It is unequivocal that human influence has warmed the atmosphere, ocean and land. The scale of recent changes are unprecedented over many centuries to many thousands of years. Human-induced climate change is already affecting many weather and climate extremes in every region across the globe.” These words of warning, read by today’s guest on Sea … Continue reading William Moomaw: Climate Change Assessments → This article and podcast William Moomaw: Climate Change Assessments appeared first on Sea Change Radio.

GainTalents - Expertenwissen zu Recruiting, Gewinnung und Entwicklung von Talenten und Führungskräften
#191 “HR-Branding erfolgreich gestalten!“ – mit Annemarie Zoppelt

GainTalents - Expertenwissen zu Recruiting, Gewinnung und Entwicklung von Talenten und Führungskräften

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 19:14


Annemarie Zoppelt ist HR-Matchmakerin und Inhaberin von talentrix consulting. Durch die vielfältige Kombination aus Sprachen (Französisch, Englisch und Rumänisch), Marketingkommunikation, dt.-frz. Recruiting und agilem Coaching hat sich Anne ein einzigartiges berufliches Profil aufgebaut. Anne´s Leidenschaft ist im HR verankert und dennoch ist sie in verschiedenen Disziplinen zu Hause. Als HR Matchmakerin bringt sie in HR die Menschen zusammen, die zusammengehören – mit ihren Themen, Talenten und gemeinsamen Zielen. In diesem Kontext verbindet Anne im Rahmen von interaktiven und innovativen Events HR-Entscheider, HR Dienstleister und HR-Tech Startups. Damit sich alle Akteure in HR auf Augenhöhe begegnen können, berät, coacht und begleitet sie zusätzlich „behind the scenes“ strategisch zu Themen wie Positionierung, Markenbildung & Selbstmarketing. Mit ihren Kernkompetenzen möchte sie Veränderungen herbeiführen – sowohl im Mindset der Unternehmen als auch in der Herangehensweise von Geschäftsführungen, der Führungskräfte und der HR-Abteilung an kreative, innovative und praxisorientierte Methoden und neue Lösungen für aktuelle Problemstellungen.   Themen In den GainTalents-Podcastfolgen 191 und 192 hatte ich Annemarie Zoppelt zu Gast. Mit Anne habe ich darüber gesprochen, wie Unternehmen ihr HR-Branding aufbauen und erfolgreich sowie nachhaltig gestalten können. Ich bedanke mich recht herzlich bei Anne für das sehr gute Gespräch und für die vielen Informationen zum Thema.  Was ist HR-Branding? Marketing für HR oder HR als Marke positionieren HR durch Marketinginstrumente strategisch aufzustellen Mindset und Kommunikationsmodell für HR um die Stakeholder zu adressieren: Geschäftsleitung alle Mitarbeitende im Unternehmen Zielgruppen außerhalb des Unternehmens (für Recruiting und Employer Branding) Unterschied zwischen HR Branding und Employer Branding HR Branding: einheitliches, ganzheitliches Bild der HR nach außen, eigenes Bild von HR als Marke muss aufgebaut werden Employer Branding: Arbeitgebermarke und -image Welche Voraussetzungen sind notwendig um ein HR Branding aufzubauen? Zeit für Strategie nehmen und aus der operativen Hektik raus Reflektion auf HR-Leitungs- und -Teamebene Viel Kommunikation und Vernetzungskompetenz mit anderen Unternehmenseinheiten Aufbau eines ganzheitlichen Bildes zu HR Wie werden wir wahrgenommen und welche Erwartungen werden an HR gestellt (z.B. in der Geschäftsführung oder in Fachbereichen) Welches Wissen, welche Skills und Werkzeuge benötigt HR, um zukünftige Anfragen und Aufgaben aufgrund einer starken Positionierung bewältigen zu können?   #HRbranding #HRPositionierung #HRstakeholdermanagement #Gaintalentspodcast   Shownotes Links - Annemarie Zoppelt Website        https://talentrix-consulting.com/ LinkedIn       https://www.linkedin.com/in/annemarie-zoppelt-2431888/ XING            https://www.xing.com/profile/Annemarie_Zoppelt/cv Facebook     https://www.facebook.com/anne.zoppelt   Links Hans-Heinz Wisotzky:  Webseite www.gaintalents.com LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/hansheinzwisotzky/ XING https://www.xing.com/profile/HansHeinz_Wisotzky/cv Facebook https://www.facebook.com/GainTalents Instagram https://www.instagram.com/gain.talents/ Youtube https://bit.ly/2GnWMFg

GainTalents - Expertenwissen zu Recruiting, Gewinnung und Entwicklung von Talenten und Führungskräften
#192 Teil 2: “HR-Branding erfolgreich gestalten!“ – mit Annemarie Zoppelt

GainTalents - Expertenwissen zu Recruiting, Gewinnung und Entwicklung von Talenten und Führungskräften

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 21:36


Annemarie Zoppelt ist HR-Matchmakerin und Inhaberin von talentrix consulting. Durch die vielfältige Kombination aus Sprachen (Französisch, Englisch und Rumänisch), Marketingkommunikation, dt.-frz. Recruiting und agilem Coaching hat sich Anne ein einzigartiges berufliches Profil aufgebaut. Anne´s Leidenschaft ist im HR verankert und dennoch ist sie in verschiedenen Disziplinen zu Hause. Als HR Matchmakerin bringt sie in HR die Menschen zusammen, die zusammengehören – mit ihren Themen, Talenten und gemeinsamen Zielen. In diesem Kontext verbindet Anne im Rahmen von interaktiven und innovativen Events HR-Entscheider, HR Dienstleister und HR-Tech Startups. Damit sich alle Akteure in HR auf Augenhöhe begegnen können, berät, coacht und begleitet sie zusätzlich „behind the scenes“ strategisch zu Themen wie Positionierung, Markenbildung & Selbstmarketing. Mit ihren Kernkompetenzen möchte sie Veränderungen herbeiführen – sowohl im Mindset der Unternehmen als auch in der Herangehensweise von Geschäftsführungen, der Führungskräfte und der HR-Abteilung an kreative, innovative und praxisorientierte Methoden und neue Lösungen für aktuelle Problemstellungen.   Themen In den GainTalents-Podcastfolgen 191 und 192 hatte ich Annemarie Zoppelt zu Gast. Mit Anne habe ich darüber gesprochen, wie Unternehmen ihr HR-Branding aufbauen und erfolgreich sowie nachhaltig gestalten können. Ich bedanke mich recht herzlich bei Anne für das sehr gute Gespräch und für die vielen Informationen zum Thema.  Was ist HR-Branding? Marketing für HR oder HR als Marke positionieren HR durch Marketinginstrumente strategisch aufzustellen Mindset und Kommunikationsmodell für HR um die Stakeholder zu adressieren: Geschäftsleitung alle Mitarbeitende im Unternehmen Zielgruppen außerhalb des Unternehmens (für Recruiting und Employer Branding) Unterschied zwischen HR Branding und Employer Branding HR Branding: einheitliches, ganzheitliches Bild der HR nach außen, eigenes Bild von HR als Marke muss aufgebaut werden Employer Branding: Arbeitgebermarke und -image Welche Voraussetzungen sind notwendig um ein HR Branding aufzubauen? Zeit für Strategie nehmen und aus der operativen Hektik raus Reflektion auf HR-Leitungs- und -Teamebene Viel Kommunikation und Vernetzungskompetenz mit anderen Unternehmenseinheiten Aufbau eines ganzheitlichen Bildes zu HR Wie werden wir wahrgenommen und welche Erwartungen werden an HR gestellt (z.B. in der Geschäftsführung oder in Fachbereichen) Welches Wissen, welche Skills und Werkzeuge benötigt HR, um zukünftige Anfragen und Aufgaben aufgrund einer starken Positionierung bewältigen zu können?   #HRbranding #HRPositionierung #HRstakeholdermanagement #Gaintalentspodcast   Shownotes Links - Annemarie Zoppelt Website        https://talentrix-consulting.com/ LinkedIn       https://www.linkedin.com/in/annemarie-zoppelt-2431888/ XING            https://www.xing.com/profile/Annemarie_Zoppelt/cv Facebook     https://www.facebook.com/anne.zoppelt   Links Hans-Heinz Wisotzky:  Webseite www.gaintalents.com LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/hansheinzwisotzky/ XING https://www.xing.com/profile/HansHeinz_Wisotzky/cv Facebook https://www.facebook.com/GainTalents Instagram https://www.instagram.com/gain.talents/ Youtube https://bit.ly/2GnWMFg

Modern Day Marketer
Organizing around board meetings and how to sort through stakeholder feedback

Modern Day Marketer

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 23:42


After a recent board meeting, Jonathan sorts through feedback from stakeholders and explains how he plans and organizes for these important meetings. Jonathan tells Brett that that receiving, filtering, and incorporating feedback is an essential part of being a CEO. It's not always easy, but a great leader makes their team feel heard and is able to clearly communicate priorities. 0:00 Intro 0:54 Conversation with JG 2:42 Board meeting 5:40 Managing and filtering feedback 8:56 Prioritizing feedback 12:00 Communicating 16:11 Exploring ideas that aren't action items 17:42 Fundraising 20:45 Communicating back to team 23:10 Outro Join the Creator Pages waitlistJoin The JuiceSign up for The Blend (weekly newsletter from The Juice)Follow The Juice:| Website | Blog | Twitter | LinkedInFollow Jonathan:| Twitter | LinkedInFollow Brett:| Twitter | LinkedIn  

Leader Manager Coach Podcast
The First 100 Days : Episode 3 : Day 1. Writing Your Story.

Leader Manager Coach Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 20:31


The third of a ten part series based on a book by Phil Denton and Micky Mellon, ‘The First 100 Days ; Lessons In Leadership From The Football Bosses.' They will donate all proceeds to the Len Johnrose Trust which will help in the fight against motor neurone disease and that's a good enough reason to buy this book. It is, however, a brilliant book jam packed with wisdom on the art of management and Rob is going to introduce you to it over the next ten episodes.    KEY TAKEAWAYS In part 3 Phil and Micky detail your first day in your new job, what you should expect and what should you be doing on day one. Have a vision with a structure to allow easy communication to others and a clear specific goal to aim for.  Have a narrative or story that relays the journey from where you are to where you want to go. It has to involve the people with you on that journey. Know who your key stakeholders are, the characters in your story. You have to have in mind the goals and strategies of the people around you. The three questions of a subordinate and peers are ; Do you care about me? Can I trust you? Can I be helped by you? Mind your language. What phrases and words you use will make a difference to how you operate. BEST MOMENTS ‘What is your vision? What is your outcome? In clear black and white with extreme clarity so you know what it is you want to achieve. Because that has got to be communicated to everybody.' ‘In terms of those people, you have to know who they are. You have to get to know them.' ‘People are joined in an organisation by complex networks, and people are friends with other people and not friends with other people, have certain relationships with others that you have to understand.' ‘You need some quick wins so you need to prioritise.'   BUY THE BOOK!! The First 100 days ; Lessons in Leadership From the Football Bosses https://g.co/kgs/wmX3uc Amazon https://www.amazon.co.uk/First-100-Days-Leadership-Football/dp/1911613979 Waterstones https://www.waterstones.com/book/the-first-100-days-lessons-in-leadership-from-the-football-bosses/phil-denton/micky-mellon/9781911613978   VALUABLE RESOURCES Leader Manager Coach Podcast      ABOUT THE HOST Rob Ryles is a UEFA A licensed coach with a League Managers Association qualification and a science and medicine background. He has worked in the football industry in Europe, USA and Africa; at International, Premiership, League, Non-League and grassroots levels with both World Cup and European Championship experience Rob Ryles prides himself on having a forward thinking and progressive approach to the game built through his own experience as well as lessons learned from a number of highly successful managers and coaches. The Leader Manager Coach Podcast is where we take a deep dive examining knowledge, philosophies, wisdom and insight to help you lead, manage and coach in football, sport and life.    CONTACT METHOD https://www.robryles.co.uk/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MMPYDVzZVnA https://www.linkedin.com/in/robertryles/?originalSubdomain=uk Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/robryles See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Surfing the Nash Tsunami
S3-E24.3 - Stakeholder Diversity at the Innovations in NAFLD Care 2022 Conference: a Critical Success Factor

Surfing the Nash Tsunami

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 12:09


On May 6 and 7, over 100 NAFLD stakeholders convened in Barcelona and on-line for the inaugural Innovations in NAFLD Care 2022 conference (#INCBCN.) Surfing the NASH Tsunami was there, with Jörn Schattenberg serving as event co-founder and Louise Campbell and Roger Green moderating sessions. This week's episode is less a formal recap of the meeting than recollections of key moments and messages from the co-founders and Surfers. Serious comments about meeting design and the importance of stakeholder diversity are interspersed with the conference's lighter moments, in this case referring to Louise being pressed into co-chair services at the last moment.This conversation starts with the three regular hosts describing the one memory from the weekend that will last the longest for them. Jörn discusses the intensity of the dialogues between stakeholders. Louise focuses on Cyrielle Caussy's presentation on the "fatal triple" of metabolic diseases. Roger identifies two: the passion of the patient advocates and the differences in perspective between traditional top-down, command-and-control specialist medicine as compared to data-driven patient empowerment as depicted by Marcus Ranney's Mito app in development. Given the focus on diverse stakeholders throughout the meeting, the conversation shifts to focus on stakeholders who were NOT well represented: nurses for one, payers and regulators for another. As a final comment, Louise mentions the consistency of a meeting where every presentation, every session was enlightening and satisfying.

ESG Insider: A podcast from S&P Global
A new economic model for the climate change era

ESG Insider: A podcast from S&P Global

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 27:12


Stakeholder capitalism — the idea that companies are responsible to a wide range of stakeholders in addition to shareholders — was a big focus at the last iteration of Davos, the annual meeting hosted by the World Economic Forum that brings together global leaders from governments, business and academia in Switzerland. In 2022, Davos is scheduled to take place the week of May 22. Ahead of that event, we're talking with Bruno Roche, the former Mars Inc. chief economist who founded the Economics of Mutuality platform. In this episode of the ESG Insider podcast, Bruno outlines a new approach to corporate performance measurement and accounting. "Fifty years ago, financial capital was scarce, but natural resources were overly abundant. Today, it's just the opposite — financial capital is overly abundant and natural resources are scarce," Bruno tells us in this episode of the ESG Insider podcast. "Yet our economic model has not changed. So there is something wrong." Bruno proposes a total rethink of corporate purpose to an approach that is more focused on a wide range of stakeholders. "The purpose of business is about creating scalable and profitable solutions to the problems of people and planet — not profiting from creating problems," he says. We'd love to hear from you. To give us feedback on this episode or share ideas for future episodes, please contact hosts Lindsey Hall (lindsey.hall@spglobal.com) and Esther Whieldon (esther.whieldon@spglobal.com). Register for the S&P Global Sustainable1 Summit here: https://www.spglobal.com/esg/sp-global-sustainable1-summit?utm_medium=social&utm_source=podcast&utm_content=ESGInsiderAd Photo credit: Getty Images

Finding fairhealth podcast
S3E4- Najeeb Rahman

Finding fairhealth podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 48:36


In this episode we talk to Dr Najeeb Rahman, an emergency medicine doctor with years of experience working in humanitarian aid overseas. His years and breadth of experience gives a fascinating perspective on tackling health inequalities in the UK. I was so pleased he could join us for the episode.Episode content· Why Najeeb gets excited about tackling health inequity (3mins)· Should secondary care and emergency care colleagues share Najeeb's drive to tackle health inequity? (5mins 30s)· Commonalities across primary and secondary care (8mins)· How hard it is to inform our interventions with data and evidencing what we are doing (11mins) and how we actually go about finding solutions to this (12mins) e.g. Core20Plus5, localising data.· Najeeb talks about developing teams to implement these interventions e.g. Emergency department youth navigator programme (15mins)· Building the evidence, case examples and sharing the learning (18mins)· Stakeholder engagement (20mins 30s) and who we get on board with the goal of tackling health inequalities... the power of evidence and patient stories.· Changes within secondary care to create more continuity of care (24mins)· Bringing people together to try and tackle health inequalities (28 mins)· Lessons and learning from other sectors (incl humanitarian aid sector) (32mins)And to finish...· Najeeb's best authors and resources (44mins)· His Genie wish (47mins 30s)Further resources· The Frontline Collaboration against COVID-19: Briefing to Health and Social Care Committee Introduction· The sphere handbook 2018· WHO – The cluster system· Classification and minimum standards for emergency medical teams See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Food Sleuth Radio
Alan Lewis, V.P. for Government Affairs, Stakeholder Relations, and Organic Compliance for Natural Grocers by Vitamin Cottage discusses food labels and marketing.

Food Sleuth Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 28:08


Did you know that many “plant-based” foods are highly processed and not necessarily good for our health or the planet? Join Food Sleuth Radio host and registered dietitian, Melinda Hemmelgarn, for her interview with Alan Lewis, Vice President for Government Affairs, Stakeholder Relations and Organic Compliance for Natural Grocers by Vitamin Cottage. Lewis discusses the impact of industrial agriculture on our environment and health, pulls back the curtain on plant-based, yet highly processed foods, and helps us understand often confusing food labels, including: “bioengineered,” “natural,” and “non-GMO.” Follow Lewis' astute observations of the food system on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/alanplewis/Related website:  TED Talk: “Food Betrayal – Don't swallow the lies:”  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y81rCiw1LPY  

The Deal
Activist Investing Today: Alexander Talks Stakeholders and Twitter

The Deal

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 19:01


The latest Activist Investing Today podcast interviewed Shareholder Commons' Rick Alexander about why he thinks Twitter shareholders should demand that the social media giant set up an independent oversight trust as they evaluate Elon Musk's $44 billion acquisition. Alexander tells AIT he doesn't expect regulators or shareholders will stop the deal from happening, but he thinks investors shouldn't accept a traditional deal closing because of what he calls the implications of the transaction on "the public square."

Embark
Lisa Hurt, The Resilience Maverick on How We Move Forward

Embark

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 30:58


Resiliency.  It gives people the strength needed to process and overcome hardship.  When we lack resilience we get easily overwhelmed, and may turn to unhealthy coping mechanisms. Resilient people tap into their strengths and support systems to overcome challenges and work through problems. Today, Lisa Hurt, the 'Resilience Maverick' tells her own story of moving forward in the face of adversity, and shares several ways we can move forward to a more peaceful, purposeful and content life.Aleasia “Lisa” Hurt  has served over 30 years in the Corporate world, exhilarating the resiliency of others while openhandedly discounting the magnitude of her own. In this vein, she has pursued her personal destiny to implement an Elevation Resiliency Coaching Program™️. Recently selected to the Marquis Who's Who in America and to participate in the Shawn Fair's Leadership Experience Tour, February 2022 Edition, she is branded as the ‘Resiliency Maverick'. Elevation Resiliency Coaching Program™ focuses on Emotional Literacy and Intelligence to achieve Resiliency in the workplace. Her notable program is designated to foster Emotional Intelligent Executives and Stakeholders, using premier- holistic and empathetic focused solutions. Aleasia's divine purpose is to cultivate resilient leaders and employees while simultaneously securing a sustainable culture.In 2005, the empathetic wordsmith launched HURTNPOET LLC professional writing services. Flex Your Voice Content Marketing™️ is a Promotional-Branding paradigm and with her distinct literary craftsmanship, she crafts compelling, seller-poet content for Empowerment Industry Thought-Leaders; Coaches, Podcasters, Consultants, Speakers, Niche Powerhouses.                                                                                                                            Lisa completed her undergrad at Ferrum College, earning a Bachelor degree in Social Work, with a Minor in Sociology. She has also earned Certification in a disciplined Business initiative, The CEO Mindset -Who Owns the Ice House Entrepreneurial Learning Initiative at the local ACC Small Business Center. Her journey includes variant disciplines and levels of Psychotherapy, and she began her passion for Writing at a very young age. Throughout her years of Clinical practice, she continued to pursue her love for poetry and Business Writing.    

Project Management Office Hours
E102 Project Management Research, Key Findings with Louise Worsley

Project Management Office Hours

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 57:38


In this episode of Project Management Office Hours, PMO Joe chats with Louise Worsley. Louise is a consultant, lecturer and coach in the Project Management industry for over 30 years. She shared several stories and experiences with us including key points from years of research conducted for several organizations.Louise leads the leadership module on the Masters in Project Management at the University of Cape Town and is the author of several books and publications on portfolio and project management, including Stakeholder-led Project Management: Changing the way we manage projects.Louise and PMO Joe chatted about Leadership, with Louise sharing, “And for me, the currency of leadership is relationships. So I had to build those relationships in the University so that I could run this relatively complex program and build that coalition of support that we needed in order to do this major change program. And I think I personally had to change. I have to now focus not on doing things, but on creating those connections. And I think that for me was when I started to feel, gosh, this is what it means to be a manager. Here's what it means to run projects.” We also learned quite a bit about the research Louise has conducted over the years. What important findings can we learn from research? Is there a method or process that is more successful than another? She shared, “what we also found is that you could have one person using the same method and another person using the same method. One was incredibly successful, one was incredibly unsuccessful. So what was different about the people? What really mattered? So we went and measured their high performing project managers and looked at them. And I think one of the interesting first, the most important behavioral competence came out. And I've mentioned this before was integrity.”Louise and PMO Joe continue their discussion about the various research findings and what to look for with successful project management. Be sure to catch all the conversations and listen to the full episode: https://www.thepmosquad.com/podcasts/project-management-office-hours/episodes/2147731511Connect with Louise: Company Website - www.pi3learning.comLinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/picubed/To catch up on previous episodes visit the Project Management Office Hours website - https://www.thepmosquad.com/podcasts/project-management-office-hours Or see the guest list for upcoming shows - https://www.thepmosquad.com/podcast Thank you to THE PMO SQUAD and The PMO Leader for sponsoring this show. The PMO Squad is a leading provider of PMO and Project Management services in the US. They assist clients building and improving PMOs, provide Project Management Consulting services, deliver custom Project Management Training and provide Project Management staffing services. Learn more about The PMO Squad - www.thepmosquad.com Where do PMO Leaders go for Information, Learning, Networking and Services? The PMO Leader community has “Everything You Need to Become a Great PMO Leader”. One PMO World, One Community! Learn more about The PMO Leader - www.thepmoleader.com

Sea Change Radio
States Newsroom: A Novel Approach To State-Level News

Sea Change Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 29:00


There are forces in the US that like to selectively bring up “states rights” from time to time – with the impending decision stripping the federal protections for access to safe abortion, this is one of those times. But most of us don’t methodically monitor what happens in states that are not our own. Wouldn’t … Continue reading States Newsroom: A Novel Approach To State-Level News → This article and podcast States Newsroom: A Novel Approach To State-Level News appeared first on Sea Change Radio.

Destination Marketing Podcast
195: Supporting Your Stakeholders with Lance Woodworth

Destination Marketing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 37:06


This week on the Destination Marketing Podcast Adam is joined by Lance Woodworth, President & CEO of Destination Toledo. Listen to learn how Lance and his organization support their stakeholders through events and partnerships. Destination Toledo has worked with partners such as Jeep and American Birding to bring invaluable resources to their stakeholders. "It's never too late to learn. We are in an industry that is constantly changing. Always keep an open mind and be a sponge because it's never too late to learn. Continue to learn and embrace new technologies and follow your passion." -Lance Woodworth Destination Toledo Open Positions at Relic If you are interested in applying for a job at Relic, please email angenelle@relicagency.com. The Destination Marketing Podcast is a part of the Destination Marketing Podcast Network. It is hosted by Adam Stoker and produced by Relic. If you are interested in any of Relic's services,  please email adam@relicagency.com or visit https://www.relicagency.com/ To learn more about the Destination Marketing Podcast network and to listen to our other shows, please visit https://thedmpn.com/. If you are interested in becoming a part of the network, please email adam@relicagency.com.

3 Takeaways
Business Revolution: Tech, Talent, Purpose with Fortune Media CEO Alan Murray (#92)

3 Takeaways

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 30:08


Fortune Media CEO Alan Murray shares the dramatic changes in business today due to the tech revolution, which is disrupting so many businesses, and the purpose revolution which is causing companies to re-think what they should be doing. He believes that fundamental changes in the ways businesses operate today are forcing them to pay more attention to people and the planet. It used to be that 80% of the value of the Fortune 500 came from physical assets but now over 85% of the value is intangible assets including intellectual property, software, brand value and the human emotional connection that comes from brand value.  Since intangibles, which is where the value lies today, are things that are much more closely tied to people - it's human ingenuity that creates the intellectual property, it's human emotion that creates the brand value and the brand connection -  business leaders are paying much more attention to people. Alan shares how that is changing the purpose of corporations and the role of the CEO today. He also talks about how business has changed due to the pandemic, remote work, Black Lives Matter, rising inequality, global warming and the Ukraine Russia war.Unless businesses are responsive to their employees, their customers and their communities, Alan believes they will lose. The biggest changes, he says, are yet to come. His new book is Tomorrow's Capitalist.

Your First Million
Backstage at Backstage: Arlan's annual stakeholder update!

Your First Million

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 21:46


Take a look behind the curtain to hear what Arlan revealed to nearly 7,000 stakeholders (including past and current teammates, a portfolio of 200+ companies, ~6,500 Reg CF investors, Backstage fund LPs, Studio investors, and more) at this year's annual stakeholder event! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/yfm/message

The Rebel Capitalist Show
Bob Murphy (Stakeholder Capitalism Deep Dive, Analysis Of Global Elite, Austrian Principles)

The Rebel Capitalist Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 64:24


✅ Get your tickets to Rebel Capitalist Live 3!! I'll see YOU in Miami!! ;) https://www.rebelcapitalistlive.com ✅ LYN ALDEN and I discuss portfolio that will HELP YOU profit from DOLLAR losing reserve currency status, click this link to check it out!!

One Kind Word Podcast
66 One Sweet Moment with Bob Freese

One Kind Word Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 24:42


Bob Freese helps co-create a better future and enables you to achieve your vision. Freese is a strategic learning developer and facilitator at heart, including executive coaching and Organizational Development. He has over 15 successful years of delivering Stakeholder centric solutions inside and outside of organizations. Bob leverages keen listening skills to assess real needs and create successful programs within organizational development, training, and development. I design, develop and deliver workshops, support materials, and tools. As a facilitator at heart and creator of learning materials and systems, he has an aptitude for taking complex concepts and converting them into understandable, relevant, and actionable information. Freese has strength in managing and interpreting data from complex systems. Broad and deep knowledge of psychometrics and leadership development research used to design and deliver engaging training content. https://brucewaynemclellan.com/

Tasmanian Country Hour
Panel of agriculture stakeholders in Tasmania says worker shortages and freight costs should be addressed in the current election campaign

Tasmanian Country Hour

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 15:16


What are the important issues politicians should look at for agriculture in the Federal Election Campaign?

Sea Change Radio
David v. Goliath: Danna Smith + Leo Woodberry v. Big Conservation

Sea Change Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 29:00


With around a billion dollars in annual revenue, The Nature Conservancy is the largest organization of its kind in America. Their stated mission is to “conserve the lands and waters on which all life depends” and they boldly claim to have “done more than anyone else to advance conservation around the world.” And yet, this … Continue reading David v. Goliath: Danna Smith + Leo Woodberry v. Big Conservation → This article and podcast David v. Goliath: Danna Smith + Leo Woodberry v. Big Conservation appeared first on Sea Change Radio.

Fearless with Mark & Amber
151. | What Is Stakeholder Capitalism?

Fearless with Mark & Amber

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 32:56


On today's show we talk about "Wokenomics 101" and what does "Stakeholder Capitalism" mean? It all ties into the agenda to force you to accept and affirm the LGBTQ agenda and force it onto your children. Also, we're announcing the start of our next investigative documentary film, "Dysphoria". To learn more about it and to help us get this film done, visit https://www.fearlessfeatures.org/dysphoria ****** Watch 'The Mind Polluters' - https://vimeo.com/ondemand/themindpolluters Use promo code FEARLESS to get $5 off your rental. ****** Wooly Mammoths Resurrected: https://www.wnd.com/2022/04/forget-extinction-u-s-company-plans-bring-back-wooly-mammoths/ College Professor thinks grading papers is unfair: https://www.theblaze.com/news/professor-says-grading-perpetuates-inequity Dude in a Dress says everyone agrees with him: https://www.foxnews.com/politics/rachel-levine-no-argument-pediatricians-gender-care-adolescents.print#

Jungunternehmer Podcast
Wie skaliere ich eigentlich meine Kundenbeziehungen? mit Julius Köhler von Sennder

Jungunternehmer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 45:42


Was bedeutet es eigentlich seine Kunden glücklich zu machen und wie behalte ich das bei schnellem Wachstum bei?Am WG-Küchentisch ist Julius damals zu sennder dazugestoßen als die Idee von sennder nochmal überdacht wurde. Dann hat er angefangen Kunden für die Logistik Plattform zu gewinnen und mit diesen Partnern gemeinsam zu wachsen.Wie weckt man als kleines Startup das Interesse eines Enterprise Kunden?Wie platziert man seine Geschäftsidee effektiv auf einem umkämpften Markt?Wie verändert sich die Organisation bei Skalierung?Wen muss ich eigentlich mit meiner Lösung glücklich machen?Die Kapitel:00:52 Was macht Sennder?02:12 Wie kamt ihr auf eure Geschäftsidee & wie hat es angefangen?04:43 Wieso bist du trotz "fehlerhafter" Idee mit eingestiegen & wie seid ihr mit der Idee umgegangen?08:15 Wer sind die Stakeholder, die ich glücklich halten muss & wie mache ich sie glücklich?11:29 Wie ist man als kleines Startup zu Beginn überzeugend?13:59 Will man zu Beginn vorrangig Enterprise-Kunden, um schneller zu wachsen?17:42 Wie bediene ich große Nachfrage bzw. kann ich "mal eben" meine Carrier aufstocken?21:13 Ist Early-Payout Teil des Geschäftsmodells & welche Teile gibt es noch?25:08 Wie verändert sich die Teamstruktur im Vertrieb im Lauf der Zeit?28:06 Wie lange ist ein Sales-Cycle?29:21 Gibt es Inbound-Leads & welchen Zusammenhang gibt es zu den Ausschreibungen?32:30 Was gibt es außer Carrier-Managern noch bei euch, um die Kunden glücklich zu machen?34:11 Wie sieht der Notfallplan aus, wenn etwas schief läuft (+ Beispiel)?38:05 Wie schafft man, weiter zu wachsen, auch wenn man nicht zu 100 % die Ziele umsetzen kann?40:54 Wie kann man die Strukturen optimieren, um mehr zu leisten?42:55 Wann ist ein guter Zeitpunkt für die Onboardings & wie geht ihr in die Umsetzung?JULIUS KÖHLERJulius auf LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/julius-koehler-b68a4494/ Sennder: https://www.sennder.com/de Episode mit Pauline Köhler: https://www.jungunternehmerpodcast.com/pauline-koehler-weddyplace-female-february/ WHATSAPP NEWSLETTER:1-2x wöchentlich bekommst du eine persönliche Sprachnotiz oder Inhalte von mir, die dich zu einem besseren Gründer machen, melde dich jetzt mit einem Klick an: https://jungunternehmerpodcast.com/newsletterDU GRÜNDEST EIN STARTUP?Falls du bei deiner Startup Gründung Hilfe brauchst, meld dich gerne. Fabian, der Host dieses Podcasts, arbeitet mit diversen Startups die zwischen Pre-Seed und Series A stecken zusammen und vielleicht kann er dir ja auch helfen: https://jungunternehmerpodcast.com/startup-advisory See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

AJ Daily
5-2-22 The show ring, the microscope and the Angus cow; legal experts to discuss legislative initiatives affecting animal ag at the 2022 Stakeholders Summit; Farm Bureau Ag Innovation Challenge application deadline extended to May 13

AJ Daily

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 3:37


5-2-22 AJ DailyThe Show Ring, the Microscope and the Angus CowAdapted from a release by Peyton Schmitt, American Angus Association Legal Experts to Discuss Legislative Initiatives Affecting Animal Agriculture at the 2022 Stakeholders Summit Adapted from a release by the Animal Agriculture Alliance Farm Bureau Ag Innovation Challenge Application Deadline Extended to May 13Adapted from a release by the American Farm Bureau Federation Compiled by Paige Nelson, field editor, Angus Journal. For more Angus news, visit angusjournal.net. 

Leveraging Thought Leadership with Peter Winick
Ideas, Events, and Behaviors | Ruud Janssen | 390

Leveraging Thought Leadership with Peter Winick

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022 40:19


How can you tell — in an instant — whether an in-person event will be a success or failure? Are there key items that can predict an event's outcome? In-person events are returning, and with them, questions of their utility and ability to really change the behaviors of those who attend. How can a thought leadership practitioner speak about their insights on stage in a way that brings about lasting and sustainable change? In order to better understand the challenges and pitfalls of organizing an event, we've invited Ruud Janssen, the Managing Director and Co-Founder of The Event Design Collective to join us. The Event Design Collective is a group of event designers who train and consult with event owners to elevate events using the Event Canvas model. As the co-creator of The Design Canvas, Ruud shares how they altered Alexander Osterwalder's Business Model Canvas to suit the event space, creating a model that any event owner could use under the creative commons license. Taking an idea and making it shine on stage isn't as simple as it sounds. Ruud helps us grasp the key elements that events need to create value through behavior change. While many concentrate heavily on the look or feel of an event, smart show-runners know that the real selling point is an event's outcome — and how it shapes ideas and habits for those who attend. The most successful events begin by taking notice of the event stakeholders; who they are, what they want from the event, and how they hope it will unfold. Ruud explains why we need to keep in mind those critical elements, and how to both manage expectations and surpass them. He also shares his thoughts on articulating thought leadership on stage, and what we can do to create behavior change from entry to exit. In addition, we learn how his business grew from offering a better understanding of The Design Canvas, to the creation of the Event Design Certificate program, and the creation of the  Event Design Handbook — all to help empower event organizers to create amazing, impactful gatherings. If you want to learn more about The Event Canvas, you can get it free along with the first 100 pages of the Event Design Handbook HERE. Three Key Takeaways: Thought Leadership isn't just about insights. It needs to shape those insights and focus them in ways that deliver behavior change. Thought Leaders should spend at least 1% of their total attendance time thinking about the event they are hosting, and how to best reach attending stakeholders. You don't have to have a Hollywood budget for a Thought Leadership event! The production quality simply needs to elevate the conversation taking place.

unbillable hours - a podcast about better professional services marketing
S11E2 - (Re-broadcast) Stakeholder management

unbillable hours - a podcast about better professional services marketing

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 23:35


You manage projects, right? So how's your stakeholder management? In this re-broadcast of one of our S1 episodes, Ash and Flo riff on why things like stakeholder mapping and comms tend to be, uh, underutilized in consultancy marketing efforts, and how you can do better to save yourself some headaches. Voices, production, etc. by Ash and Flo. Creative and design advice by @calmar.creativ Into, outro voiceover by @iamthedakota Music also by @iamthedakota

The Unmade Podcast
110: Grunt of Approval

The Unmade Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 60:36


Tim and Brady discuss isolation, re-visiting entrance songs, 'bent' workers, Aussie spoons, the martian moon Phobos, and ordinary people. Go to Storyblocks for stock video, pictures and audio at storyblocks.com/unmade - https://www.storyblocks.com/unmade Go to Backblaze for all your online backup needs - there's a 15-day free trial - https://www.backblaze.com/unmade Support us on Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/unmadeFM Join the discussion of this episode on our subreddit - https://redd.it/ud34t9 Catch the podcast on YouTube where we often include accompanying videos and pictures - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkIRMZDOKKKs-d14YPmLMxg USEFUL LINKS Entrance Song episode - https://www.unmade.fm/episodes/episode109 Smooth Operator by Sade - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4TYv2PhG89A Tim's hand-written list as a bonus pic for Stakeholders - https://www.patreon.com/posts/65667948 Isn't She Lovely by Stevie Wonder - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oE56g61mW44 Dreams by the Cranberries - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yam5uK6e-bQ Jurassic Park theme - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lDlU08RU7Tk Longleat Safari Park - https://www.longleat.co.uk Line of Duty - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Line_of_Duty Bent Coppers - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i35TeNu1gp4 Pictures of Spoon of the Week - https://www.unmade.fm/spoon-of-the-week There are some nice Phobos pics and a videos in the YouTube version of this episode - https://youtu.be/cvBOpWXc-Is Phobos - https://solarsystem.nasa.gov/moons/mars-moons/phobos/in-depth/ Mediocre and unsuccessful people - https://www.unmade.fm/press-play Baby corn - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baby_corn

Med Tech Gurus
Understand All Of The Stakeholders

Med Tech Gurus

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 27:08


Gurus in the episode we have Mr. Marc Guthrie, Chief Executive Officer at Help Lightning and innovative company with remote virtual assistance software. Marc takes us through how important core research is and even though it might not pay off tomorrow it will pay off at some point, often when you least expect it. He also gets into why you need to know who all the stakeholders are within the scope of your product. Gurus, Marc delivers such incredible value in this episode you may want to listen to it more than once!

Sea Change Radio
SF Public Defender Peter Calloway Pt. 2: Recall Rubbish

Sea Change Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 29:00


More than 20 years ago, sociologist Barry Glassner wrote his bestseller The Culture of Fear, where he explains why Americans tend to be unreasonably afraid of things like crime, drugs, people of color, immigrants, teenagers, etc. He writes, “The short answer to why Americans harbor so many misbegotten fears is that immense power and money … Continue reading SF Public Defender Peter Calloway Pt. 2: Recall Rubbish → This article and podcast SF Public Defender Peter Calloway Pt. 2: Recall Rubbish appeared first on Sea Change Radio.

Small Biz FL
Ep. 70 | Bridget LaCoste Events and Stakeholder Relationship Manager at Florida SBDC Network | Small Business Success Summit 2022

Small Biz FL

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 19:41


This week, we have a special guest from the Florida SBDC Network joining us to talk about The Small Business Success Summit. The Florida SBDC Network is excited to host the Small Business Success Summit in Tampa, FL, June 27-28, 2022. This event aims to provide small businesses with access to capital, contracts, and connections for growth and success.⁠

Voices of Search // A Search Engine Optimization (SEO) & Content Marketing Podcast
Tech SEO Stakeholder Management -- Tyson Stockton & Jordan Koene // previsible.io

Voices of Search // A Search Engine Optimization (SEO) & Content Marketing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 19:00


PreVisible Co-Founders, Tyson Stockton and Jordan Koene, guest host SEO Education Week and dive into technical SEO. Setting proper expectations is critical when dealing with a variety of stakeholder groups. In enterprise organizations, understanding how to communicate and leverage reports with these different groups will make or break your technical SEO cause. Today, Jordan and Tyson discuss stakeholder management. Show NotesConnect With: Tyson Stockton and Jordan Koene: Website // LinkedIn // LinkedInThe Voices of Search Podcast: Email // LinkedIn // TwitterBenjamin Shapiro: Website // LinkedIn // TwitterSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Learning with Belvista Studios
Communicating with Stakeholders for Instructional Designers (Episode 46) | Belvista Studios' Insights

Learning with Belvista Studios

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2022 23:02


Do you want to communicate effectively to your stakeholders? In this episode Kim, Hannah and Victoria speak about: - Communicating clearly to your stakeholders. - Getting what you need from your stakeholders. - How brainstorming helps you create better solutions. - How to confidently facilitate conversations to learn from others. Here are the resources mentioned: - Human-centred Activities for Healthcare: https://creatorhub.belvistastudios.com/courses/humancentredactivitiesforhealthcare - Email Templates: https://creatorhub.belvistastudios.com/courses/email-templates Our intent with Belvista Studios' Insights is to support others in the industry to take their instructional design and eLearning skills to the next level by sharing raw insights into what we are learning as a team at Belvista Studios.

Sea Change Radio
SF Public Defender Peter Calloway Pt. 1: Crime And Moral Panic

Sea Change Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2022 29:00


In his astute and timeless book, How to Lie with Statistics, Darrell Huff writes, “The secret language of statistics, so appealing in a fact-minded culture, is employed to sensationalize, inflate, confuse, and oversimplify.” This statement is at least as true as it was in 1954 when it was first published. Among the subjects most prone … Continue reading SF Public Defender Peter Calloway Pt. 1: Crime And Moral Panic → This article and podcast SF Public Defender Peter Calloway Pt. 1: Crime And Moral Panic appeared first on Sea Change Radio.

The Empathy Edge
Frank Smith: What is Conscious Capitalism?

The Empathy Edge

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2022 36:29


What exactly is Conscious Capitalism? It's a way of looking at business responsibly, ethically, and mindfully. It's a global movement that redefines how we look at business and asks us to look at not just shareholder value, but STAKEHOLDER value. Here's a bit from the Conscious Capitalism Credo:We believe that business is good because it creates value, it is ethical because it is based on voluntary exchange, it is noble because it can elevate our existence and it is heroic because it lifts people out of poverty and creates prosperity.Today, I talk with Frank Smith. Frank is the founder of Mosaic Personnel, a recruiting firm in Oklahoma City but he's also a leadership trainer and the leader of Conscious Capitalism's Oklahoma City chapter. Frank shares the definition of Conscious Capitalism and its four core tenets - and you won't be surprised to learn how empathy fits in nicely when it comes to leadership and culture. We discuss the relationship between recruiting and culture development, and some ways that companies big and small are creating intentional business cultures rooted in conscious capitalism.  Key Takeaways:Even if someone has the same credentials, they may not fit at different companies. Conscious Capitalism is about elevating life through work, both internally and externally within an organization. Younger generations want to feel like they are making an impact in the world. Conscious Capitalism resonates with them as it gives them an environment where they can feel seen and heard and know they are making a difference. Curiosity is an underrated skill. It is the number one trait of empathetic people. "If, as leaders, we do this the right way, we actually are a force for good in the world, and not somebody that's creating more and more of the problems in the world." —  Frank Smith About Frank Smith:Founder, Mosaic Personnel and Chapter Leader, Conscious CapitalismFrank has been a business owner for 30 years in various industries. He is the founder of Mosaic Personnel and the leader of the Oklahoma City chapter of Conscious Capitalism. During this time his real passion was creating a workplace people want to come to work at. Whether Manufacturing, Retail, Distribution or Professional Services the same rules apply to accomplish that. Frank spends his time as a trainer and executive coach to help people create Intentional Culture in the workplace. Frank has been married for 33 years and when he isn't working, he enjoys traveling, golf and car racing. Connect with Frank Smith:  Mosaic Personnel: https://mosaicpersonnel.com/LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/in/frank-smith-5b74795Driving Happiness at Work: https://drivinghappinessatwork.com/ Other References Mentioned:Conscious Capitalism - Global Organization: https://www.consciouscapitalism.org/Conscious Capitalism: Liberating the Heroic Spirit of Business by John MackeyFirms of Endearment by Raj SisodiaThe Motive: Why So Many Leaders Abdicate Their Most Important Responsibilities By Patrick Lencioni  Don't forget to download your free guide! Discover The 5 Business Benefits of Empathy: http://red-slice.com/business-benefits-empathy  Connect with Maria: Get the podcast and book: TheEmpathyEdge.comLearn more about Maria's brand strategy work and books: Red-Slice.comHire Maria to speak at your next event: Red-Slice.com/Speaker-Maria-RossTake my LinkedIn Learning Course! Leading with EmpathyLinkedIn: Maria RossInstagram: @redslicemariaTwitter: @redsliceFacebook: Red Slice

Financial Excellence with Game Changers, presented by SAP
Cyber Resilience and Control Automation for Finance

Financial Excellence with Game Changers, presented by SAP

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2022 55:56


The Buzz 1: CFOs often perceive cybersecurity to be the responsibility of IT, but as more finance processes run remotely, CFOs need to develop security measures specifically for the finance function and not rely solely on the organization's blanket security protocols to safeguard financial data. (www.gartner.com) The Buzz 2: Finance leaders in the midst of leading or co-leading a broader transformation initiative (42% of CFOs, per Deloitte's CFO Signals™ survey for Q2-2021), may want to make modernizing their security model part of that effort. (deloitte.wsj.com) The Buzz 3: CFOs and their teams are the gatekeepers for the critical data required to generate forecasts and support senior leaders' strategic plans and decisions…At the top of the four areas of technology that show the most promise for use in finance: automation and robotics to improve processes in finance.” (www.mckinsey.com) Yes, organizations must find ways to thrive in today's disruptive business environment, with its shifting geo-political and financial landscapes, the momentum to digitize and automate, and increasing cybersecurity threats. How? Focus more on internal controls over most business processes as well as corporate resilience in financial and cybersecurity domains. Cybersecurity attacks not only affect normal business operations but add ambiguity to the reliability of financial statements. Stakeholders are under pressure from due diligence requirements to gain more reliable views of organizational risk, resilience, accountability and transparency. To ensure quarterly and annual reports accurately reflect financial status and to bolster cybersecurity protection, they are automating process controls as part of a financial transformation. We'll ask Dr. Neil Patrick at SAP, Mithilesh Kotwal at Protiviti and Tony Robey at Wipro for their insights on Cyber Resilience and Control Automation for Finance.

Speaking to Influence
Ep 102: Maude Le Roux, Founder - A Total Approach & The Maude Le Roux Online Academy: Trauma and Communicating Consent

Speaking to Influence

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 18, 2022 39:17


The traumatic events of our world and how they impact us also influence our ability to communicate. This week Maude Le Roux shares the power of trauma and how it impacts the body and the way we communicate with each other. Listen in as Laura and Maude discuss how recent studies of trauma have influenced the way Maude's occupational therapy teams work with children, communicate consent, and help families gain a better understanding of each other's needs.   Here are a few things you'll learn during this conversation: How to ask permission in different ways Understanding the guidelines of trauma How the “golden rule” applies to public speaking Why transparency is important when sharing successes with others What to do when terminology puts a barrier between you and your audience   During the 24-hour Influence Challenge, Maude inspires you to learn something about a familiar face through active listening strategies.   About Maude Le Roux:   Maude Le Roux is an occupational therapist with an extensive following of professionals across the globe. She studies human development in different capacities of growth spanning ages and stages, neuroanatomy, assessment tools as well as current trends of intervention. Maude is certified in multiple different techniques that she applies uniquely through her Developmental Pathways Model (DPM). She owns and directs a clinical practice in Glen Mills, PA, where she has become known for her effective assessment and intervention protocol. While she trains globally, Maude continues to operate this active practice to continue to inform her work and develop the case studies from which she expands her assessment and intervention protocol. She has a team of dedicated professionals, many of whom had been with her over 10 years as well as being with her since inception of her practice in 2001. Her requirement for practice is a warm, embracing atmosphere operated through clinical expertise and professionalism that will provide quality of care to all entering her practice. She gives back to her community by serving on different boards and currently serves on the Board of Directors for ATTACh, a national organization dedicated to serving families and children with attachment related difficulties and trauma informed care. She co-authored the book “Our Greatest Allies” in 2011 with Lauren O'Malley describing the journey of one child on the autism spectrum.   You can connect with Maude in the following ways:   Email: maude@maudeleroux.com Website: www.maudeleroux.com $100 course discount promo code: Influence100   To learn more about Dr. Laura Sicola and how mastering influence can impact your success go to https://www.speakingtoinfluence.com/quickstart and download the quick start guide for mastering the three C's of influence.   You can connect with Laura in the following ways:   LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/drlaurasicola LinkedIn Business Page: https://www.linkedin.com/company/vocal-impact-productions/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWri2F_hhGQpMcD97DctJwA Facebook: Vocal Impact Productions Twitter: @Laura Sicola  Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/vocalimpactproductions Instagram: @VocalImpactProductions See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

A Seat at the Table
Leading by Example: Grainger's ESG Journey

A Seat at the Table

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 18, 2022 28:31


In the past few years, environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues have become a key priority for companies, as they work to define their ESG goals and link them to long-term sustainability and strategic planning. Long before the concept of ESG became popular, Grainger focused on these goals and built them into an integral part of their corporate values and leadership objectives. In this episode, Corporate Leadership Center CEO Deb DeHaas talks with Grainger's Kathleen Carroll, Senior Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer, and Leading Women Executives Advocate; and Rebecca Derdiger, Senior Director of Diversity and Corporate Responsibility, and Leading Women Executives Ambassador, Fall 2021, to learn more about Grainger's ESG journey and how they bring value to their stakeholders through their ongoing efforts.     SHOW NOTES: ESG as a Guiding Principle [3:43] Assessing What's Important to Stakeholders [6:13] How to Operationalize ESG throughout the Organization [10:05] The Pandemic as a Communication Catalyst [12:26] Telling Your ESG Story [17:44] Advice for Other Companies [19:56]

High School Counseling Conversations
Part 2: 10 Key Stakeholders to Invite to Your School Counseling Advisory Council Meetings

High School Counseling Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 18, 2022 16:04


Listen to this week's episode for ideas and inspiration to get your advisory council of the ground next year!   Here are numbers 6 through 10 of 10 key stakeholders to have at your advisory council meeting next year.    Send me a DM after you've listened to both parts and let me know who you're inviting to your meeting as you anticipate it gearing up next year! Resources Mentioned: 10 Key Stakeholders to Invite to Your School Counseling Advisory Council- Part 1 (Episode 17) 3 Ideas to Consider Before Starting a School Counseling Advisory Council (Podcast, Episode 16) ASCA Article about Advisory Councils Student Ambassadors Group 4 Ways to Find Money for Your Professional Development Opportunities (Blog Post) 3 Reasons You Need to Start a School Counseling Advisory Council (Blog Post)   Connect with Lauren: Join my email list and snag a freebie Visit my TpT store Send me a DM on Instagram: @counselorclique Follow me on Facebook Send me an email Get on the waitlist for the Clique Collaborative

The Flip Side
Should corporate purpose shift from shareholder to stakeholder?

The Flip Side

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2022 30:01


Government, social and corporate forces are converging to redefine corporate purpose. Listen to Global Head of Research Jeff Meli and Professor James C. Spindler discuss the case for and against stakeholder capitalism.

The I Love CVille Show With Jerry Miller!
Author & Community Stakeholder Danny O'Dea Joined Jerry Miller On The I Love CVille Show!

The I Love CVille Show With Jerry Miller!

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2022 68:48


Author & Community Stakeholder Danny O'Dea joined me live on The I Love CVille Show! The I Love CVille Show headlines (Wednesday, April 13) Danny O'Dea Interview O'Dea: Author + CVille Stakeholder Council Approves $214 Million Budget Buford School Reconfiguration Take A Millennial's Take On CVille Housing Iconic Buildings In The City Of CVille 5 Hrs In CVille: Where Do You Go? Hottest Neighborhood Vs Most Upside Viewer/Listener Comments The I Love CVille Show airs live before a worldwide audience Monday – Friday from 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm on The I Love CVille Network.

Sustaining Sustainability
Episode 42: Managing Stakeholder ESG Expectations with Page Motes, Dell Technologies

Sustaining Sustainability

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2022 18:17


In this episode, CSB Director CB Bhattacharya is joined from Round Rock, Texas by Page Motes, Head of Global Sustainability at Dell Technologies. Dell Technologies is among the world's leading technology companies with headquarters based in Texas, that specializes in hybrid cloud solutions, high-performance computing, and the production of desktop PCs, notebooks, tablets, storage solutions, and more, generating $32.59 billion from its Infrastructure Solutions Group (ISG) and $48.36 billion U.S. dollars by the Client Solutions Group (CSG) in 2021 alone. Page is the head of Global Sustainability. She leads a team that is managing and evolving Dell's strategy around advancing the circular economy, protecting the planet, and ensuring social responsibility. As a key driver of Dell's environmental, social, and government (ESG) efforts, Page works to ensure that Dell is having a positive impact on communities, the environment, and people. In the Episode Page Motes and Prof. Bhattacharya discuss - How to rally a remote workforce in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, - The challenges, obstacles, and opportunities surrounding a dynamically changing ESG Performance Reporting timeline, - Achieving the internal and external stakeholder expectations concerning ESG, and more... Sign up to receive bi-weekly episodes right to your inbox: bit.ly/csbpodcastemail Submit your "Sustaining Sustainability" feedback and/or questions: bit.ly/csbpodcastfeedback This episode was researched, recorded, edited, and produced by Prof. CB Bhattacharya and CSB Team of the University of Pittsburgh Center for Sustainable Business: www.sustainablebusiness.pitt.edu Music: "Lively" by Dee Yan-Key From the Free Music Archive CC BY NC SA creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0/legalcod

Sea Change Radio
Lambda Legal CEO Kevin Jennings on the Fight For Equal Rights (re-broadcast)

Sea Change Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 12, 2022 29:00


Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. famously instilled optimism with his proclamation that, “The arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends toward justice.” He was speaking in relation to the long struggle for racial equity, but the words are also applicable to the advancement of civil rights for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and … Continue reading Lambda Legal CEO Kevin Jennings on the Fight For Equal Rights (re-broadcast) → This article and podcast Lambda Legal CEO Kevin Jennings on the Fight For Equal Rights (re-broadcast) appeared first on Sea Change Radio.

Let's Talk Cabling!
So You Want to Estimate ICT Projects (Part 2)

Let's Talk Cabling!

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 12, 2022 17:11


Last week we discussed what it takes to be a good estimator. This week we discuss the mechanics of estimating.  We cover ITB, RFQ, RFP, RFI. We also cover the types of bids, direct costs, indirect costs, averaging cable runs and more!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/letstalkcabling)

High School Counseling Conversations
Part 1: 10 Key Stakeholders to Invite to Your School Counseling Advisory Council Meetings

High School Counseling Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2022 14:03


Take a listen to Part 1 of this 2-part episode where I talk about the first 5 stakeholders to consider inviting to be on your advisory council.    Learn who you should not forget to invite to the table for this invaluable meeting where you'll share data, welcome feedback, and brainstorm new ideas. Think critically about specific people who can add worth to your conversations.   After you listen to this episode, spend some time beginning your list in a Google Doc or a note in your phone. Send me a DM on Instagram, and let me know what new ideas you took away!   Resources Mentioned: Student Buy-In for Small Groups Blog Post ASCA Article about Advisory Councils   Connect with Lauren: Join my email list and snag a freebie Visit my TpT store Send me a DM on Instagram: @counselorclique Follow me on Facebook Send me an email Get on the waitlist for the Clique Collaborative Full Show Notes: Episode 17

Feed
Herman Brouwer and Joost Guijt on Power in Multi-stakeholder Partnerships

Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 7, 2022 54:47


In this episode we explore the role of power in multistakeholder partnerships (MSPs) with two people who are no strangers to this topic - Herman Brouwer and Joost Guijt, at Wageningen University and Research. In this conversation we ask: what are MSPs, do they actually work, and what are the different ways that power plays out in them? We learn how different food stakeholders perceive MSPs differently, whether the UN Food Systems Summit could be considered a successful MSP, and what are some tips and tracks for dealing with power in MSPs. For more info and transcript, please visit https://tabledebtes.org/podcast/episode23/

Sea Change Radio
Hog Wild: Susanne Rust on the Feral Pig Problem

Sea Change Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 5, 2022 29:00


You may not have seen them running through your yard, but just wait. Feral pigs are everywhere and they're a growing problem. This week on Sea Change Radio, we speak with Susanne Rust, an environmental reporter from the Los Angeles Times. She talks about the millions – yes,  millions of wild pigs roaming the countryside, … Continue reading Hog Wild: Susanne Rust on the Feral Pig Problem → This article and podcast Hog Wild: Susanne Rust on the Feral Pig Problem appeared first on Sea Change Radio.

Tech Intersect™ with Tonya M. Evans
Tech Intersect #109: Prof. Michele Neitz-Educating Regulators, Lawmakers and Stakeholders about Blockchain & Social Good

Tech Intersect™ with Tonya M. Evans

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 5, 2022 35:16


In this episode, I chat with Prof. Michele Neitz about the role of blockchain educators to empower students, regulators, legislators and stakeholders about the social good of the technology to counter the unbalanced narratives of harm that can lead to poor legal and regulatory outcomes. Prof. Neitz teaches at Golden Gate University School of Law and the Founding Director of the Blockchain Law for Social Good Center, the first of its kind in the United States. Professor Neitz was appointed to advise the California legislature as a member of the California Blockchain Working Group in 2019.  She researches and lectures on ethical, regulatory, and social impact issues in blockchain technology, and published the first law review article examining ethics in blockchain technology in January 2020.  Her article, entitled “How to Regulate Blockchain's Real-Life Applications: Lessons from the California Blockchain Working Group,” was published by the peer-reviewed Jurimetrics Journal in 2021. SPONSORED BY ADVANTAGE EVANS™ ACADEMY  With Bitcoin and Ethereum leading the way, the cryptocurrency market is booming. And growing. With thousands of different types of crypto (and counting), crypto is a fast-paced, fast moving emerging asset class. Find out what banks, governments, and companies like Paypal don't want you to know about owning crypto and holding it in your own wallet or self-guided crypto IRA. Bottom line? It's a wave. And you deserve this opportunity to ride it all the way to financial freedom that leads to economic empowerment and generational wealth. Learn while you earn. Safely. Legally. Confidently. transform your relationship with moneygenerate wealth in the new digital cash economycreate digital ownership streams that lead to generational wealthvet, buy, store, trade, earn, and sell cryptocurrenciesengage in “defi” to lend and leverage your cryptocreate, buy and trade creative and collectible NFTsMembership includes: Monthly live masterclassesLive Q&A with our expertsActive learning milestonesHeadlines and hot topicsReplay libraryResources Bank (a $500 value)VIP access to invite-only eventsVIP pricing for courses and eventsVIP 1:1 sessions (regularly $1,000) Join now at advantageevans.com/special.  Guest Contact:Twitter: @ProfMNneitzBioBLSG Center: https://blockchainlawsg.orgShow Contact:Questions: hello@techintersectpodcast.com Follow: Twitter @AtTechIntersect | Instagram @TechIntersect Web: Tech Intersect Podcast  Connect for exclusive content: http://eepurl.com/gKqDyP Rapternal Music (Regulate and The Rabbit Hole) by Notty Productions is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.Produced by Tonya M. Evans for FYOS Entertainment, LLC, and Stephanie Renee for Soul Sanctuary, Inc. Support the show (https://tinyurl.com/techintersectvip)

Rich Zeoli
Elon Musk Becomes Largest Stakeholder of Twitter; Set to Join Board of Directors

Rich Zeoli

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 5, 2022 49:08


Zeoli Show Hour 4:  In the final hour of the Zeoli Show, Rich discussed Elon Musk becoming one of the largest stakeholders of social media giant Twitter while also set up to join their board of directors. Often a critic of Twitter's censorship, is Musk ushering in a new era of social media on the giant platform?  9:03-NEWS 9:08-Secret Service also going around the world with Hunter Biden's wife  9:12-Elon Musk becomes the largest stakeholder in Twitter 9:27-Breaking news that Elon will also be on the board of directors 9:42-CUT SHEET 2 | Senator Chris Coons it's not a matter if but when the next pandemic happens | Piers Morgan believes if Twitter was around in 1939 we would not have confronted Hitler |  9:55-Final thoughts Photo by: Getty Images Pool / Pool

The Business Behind Fundraising
What's Missing in Nonprofit Storytelling

The Business Behind Fundraising

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 5, 2022 12:52


If you're a brand expert and are offended by today's topic, hear me out.   Storytelling is definitely an important aspect of nonprofits. But you may be wondering - how do we take our donors on a journey to their best gift?   By going beyond traditional storytelling.   Maybe you've booked that meeting with that sought-after donor. It went great. You shared their mission, the photos, and the stories. There was a tear shed at some point but when the money came, it was smaller than you hoped.   So what went wrong? I'm here to unpack everything you need to know.   Tune in to learn more

Growth Igniters Radio
The Next Big Wave for Business: Multi-Stakeholder Societal Benefit– Ep 207

Growth Igniters Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 4, 2022 42:16


Scott and I speak with Andrew Hollo, the director and principal consultant at Workwell Consulting. We discuss the growing trend for businesses of all sizes to collaborate with their diverse stakeholders on strategies that create a lasting positive impact for society and build financial value. Andrew is one of Australia's leading experts in realizing the potential of organizations and groups to develop big ideas and gain collective results. In over 20 years, Andrew has led almost 1000 projects for clients who deliver substantial public value: government and non-government, privately held and non-profit organizations. You'll gain insights on: Why multi-stakeholder societal benefit matters now more than ever Top leadership implications for CEOs, C-Suites and Boards Immediately useful ideas for leading an organization to create multi-stakeholder societal benefit  

Interviews With The Hunting Masters - Big game Hunting podcast
BC Moose and Caribou Ban Tanner Dannish

Interviews With The Hunting Masters - Big game Hunting podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 21, 2022 61:32


Tanner Dannish of Frontiersmen Gear sits down and talks with me about the proposed closures in BC for moose and caribou hunting.    Frontiersmen Gear (@frontiersmengear) • Instagram photos and videos  Take action here  The Wild Sheep Society of BC and many others are disheartened to learn that wildlife is once again being used as a bargaining chip. It has come to our attention, along with many concerned stake and title holders across the province that the BC government is making secret deals, with the end goal of putting the entire Region of 7B Peace under moose limited entry, and a complete closure of caribou hunting. These proposed decisions have been made in blatant contradiction to the Vision, Principles & Goals of Together for Wildlife, the Provincial Wildlife Management Strategy. It is unacceptable that in the adolescence of the Strategy's implementation its Vision, Principles and Goals are being disregarded in decision making. Instead of upholding these, the proposed decisions are being made under social values, instead of science and evidence-based management and dealing with the cumulative effects of resource extraction. The WSSBC maintains that it is our intent to recognize and support the rights and title of First Nations in the province and has and will continue to work alongside them on projects.  The province needs to put an immediate stop to using wildlife as a pawn in social management decisions that only fuel divisiveness. The division created when we only manage access to wildlife, rather than manage wildlife is unacceptable when the province is committed to implementing Together for Wildlife. This agreement goes farther than hunting.  This affects everyone that uses the outdoors, including hikers, anglers, campers and all who love to embrace the beautiful backcountry. It is imperative to the sustainability of wildlife and habitat, and outdoor recreation that land use decisions, and their associated management plans do not occur in the shadows. It is critical to sound, successful stewardship that the province supports organizations like ours in building bridges between Stakeholder, Non-Governmental Conservation Organizations and First Nations in pursuit of bettering shared values, rather than place us at ends with one another. Impact of 7b Closure & Science-based Wildlife Management Stats: Current moose population estimate 60,637  Sustainable harvest for moose 5-10% of the population  Sustainable harvest for moose in wolf control zones 15-20% Conducting wolf control for caribou recovery in 12 management units  Sustainable moose harvest 4,801-7,455 in Peace Region – government is proposing a harvest of ~635 animals  There is no scientific support to close caribou hunting or reduce model hunter harvest by 50% Net loss 50% hunter harvest, 70-80% reduction in hunters, 75-85% reduction in hunter days Economic loss $14-16 million in resident hunter expenditures