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Business Lunch
Using Data to Grow Your Business with Phillip Stutts, CEO of Win Big Media

Business Lunch

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 28:41


What if you could use the same five-step formula that helps candidates win elections to win big at digital marketing?   On today's episode, host Roland Frasier sits down with Phillip Stutts, CEO of Win Big Media to talk about using data to grow your business. Phillip worked in political campaigns for years, using a systematic formula to elect candidates (1433 victories!). When he turned 40, his answer to the stereotypical midlife crisis was to start a business in a new-to-him industry.    Five years ago, a business owner, a large landowner, came to him. He had hired a marketing agency and spent $50k on a marketing campaign and got one lead, not even a sale. After working with Phillip's team, and spending just $5k, they got him over 700 leads, and he converted a bunch of them.   Phillip realized that the same formula used in successful political campaigns could be used in companies' marketing campaigns as well. They just needed to take 5 simple, important steps.   Step 1: Know Your Customer's Data (What They Care About)   Phillip can't count how many times a business owner has come to him and told me they spent so much money on marketing and produced no results and fired a marketer. It's like a broken record. He always asks them: what did you know about your customer data before you built your brand?    In politics, before he spends any of his candidate's money, he has to make sure they know what the voter cares about. The voter doesn't care about a 25-issue platform. You can do a survey, get some data in the field, and figure out the two main issues they care about, that would get them to vote for you.    Phillip is obsessed with Step 1 and formed a partnership with a data and analytics company. Before you spend any money, he can tell you everything you need to know about your customer. The data is the most important thing. He won't work with any client who isn't willing to do a deep dive understanding of their customers. It's just not worth it to him.    His team started working with a title company that wanted to be #1. Their customer is the real estate agent, not the house buyer. Phillip's team found that 61% of the realtors in their target market owned dogs. They started running campaign ads with dogs, and now they're #1 in their region and #3 in the state. Realtors come into the title company to close on a house and say, “I saw your dog ads and loved them.” It's all about making meaningful connections, because you know what they want.   Step 2: Put Together a Strategic Plan   Phillip says that Step 2 is where everybody screws up. Almost everyone is running a marketing campaign based on tactics. You have to put a strategic plan together that aligns the vision of the company with what the customer wants. You have to align your budget with where your customer actually is.   Step 3: Build the Brand   Building the brand is not Step 1 like a lot of people think. It's a waste of time to build your brand haphazardly without first studying the data to figure out what your customer wants and putting together a strategic plan.   Step 4: A/B Testing    You've got to run test ads before you launch your campaign. You've got to compare at least two versions of something to see which one performs better. Successful political candidates run all kinds of test ads in all different versions. It's the best way to get it right.   Step 5: Launch Your Marketing Campaign   Now that you've eliminated your risk in Steps 1-4, you can launch your actual marketing campaign.   Phillip says that any company of any size can use data. He was criticized when he first started his agency, because people told him he needed to go niche—all SEO, all Facebook, all YouTube, whatever. He had a problem with that, because he believes in following where the data tells him to go. He has no dog in the hunt on any certain platform. They're going to do what's best for each client based on the data.   They use data in messaging, marketing, and targeting. And they've already found ways to get around pesky issues like iOS updates and other privacy concerns.   RESOURCES: phillipstutts.com (get a free data assessment) winbigmedia.com   The Undefeated Marketing System: How to Grow Your Business and Build Your Audience Using the Secret Formula that Elects Presidents   The Undefeated Marketing podcast   OUR PARTNERS: Get a free proposal from Conversion Fanatics Get 3% cash back on your ad spend with AdCard Get Roland's book, Zero Down, FREE Join Roland's next EPIC Challenge

The Goal Digger Girl's Podcast
252: Take Action by Creating a Strategic Plan for 2022!

The Goal Digger Girl's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 7:16


Hey Goal Diggers! In today's episode, we're going to talk about how to put together your 2022 Strategic Plan. I am going to dive right into my three keys, which are: why we set goals, how to break them down, and how to goal set. So if you are ready to make a strategic plan for 2022 and get lit in your business, then stay tuned! Host Bio: Kimberly Olson is a self-made multi-millionaire and the creator of The Goal Digger Girl, where she serves female entrepreneurs by teaching them simple systems and online strategies in sales and marketing. Through the power of social media, they are equipped to explode their online presence and get real results in their business, genuinely and authentically. She has two PhDs in Natural Health and Holistic Nutrition, has recently been recognized as the #2 recruiter in her current network marketing company globally, is the author of four books including best-sellers, The Goal Digger and Balance is B.S. In addition, she is a business blogger, success coach, and a mom of two all while teaching others how to follow their dreams, crush their goals, and create the life they've always wanted. Important Links: We are very excited to help you get lit in your business! You can go online to https://searchmysocial.media/thegoaldiggergirl to be part of our Goal Digger Community and start growing your business! Leave a review here: Write a review for The Goal Digger Girl Podcast. Check out Project Broadcast: https://bit.ly/ProjectBroadcastTGDG Website: www.thegoaldiggergirl.com Instagram: www.instagram.com/thegoaldiggergirl Facebook: www.facebook.com/thegoaldiggergirl Youtube: www.youtube.com/c/thegoaldiggergirl Grab The Goal Digger Girl Journal: https://amzn.to/3BeCMMZ Grab the BOSS It Up, Babe book: https://bit.ly/bossitupbabe Check out my Facebook groups for those that want to build their business online through social media, in a genuine and authentic way: Goal Digging Boss Babes: http://bit.ly/GoalDiggingBossBabes Goal Digger Creatives: http://bit.ly/GoalDiggerCreatives Goal Digger University is where you can access my archive and newly released workshops, masterclasses, bonus training PLUS my Mastermind- with weekly live in-depth training for a monthly subscription: http://bit.ly/GoalDiggerU Connect with me across the social media platforms: https://searchmysocial.media/thegoaldiggergirl Subscribing to The Podcast: If you would like to get updates on new episodes, you can give me a follow on your favorite podcast app. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thegoaldiggergirl/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thegoaldiggergirl/support

Refresh Your Wealth Show
369: What's Your Why for 2022: Designing Your Strat Plan

Refresh Your Wealth Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 47:26


Hear a very emotional and introspective discussion about the thoughts and feelings Entrepreneurs share about their "Why". Then...Mark and Mat apply this important concept to designing your 2022 Strategic Plan to better succeed in reaching your goals this year.For more go to: Mainstreetbusiness.com

Momentum for the Entrepreneurial Personality Type (EPT)
772 - Bottleneck Breakthrough Step 1: Create a Strategic Plan

Momentum for the Entrepreneurial Personality Type (EPT)

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 10:29


One of the biggest issues with growing a business is that you realize you are the biggest bottleneck in the business. It can be excruciating. Knowing you are the person who is really holding things back. It as you start growing a team, this comes with constant interruptions, got a minute, and more than take away your time and slow you down. So many of us got into entrepreneurship so that we can create freedom and then we become the biggest bottleneck in our business which is one of the most constraining feelings there is. Thankfully there's hope, in this podcast, I share the first step that we have helped hundreds of entrepreneurs take and get out of being the biggest bottleneck in their business. Our entrepreneurial journey doesn't end here! Be sure to check out our Facebook Community filled with entrepreneurs just like you who are getting into momentum and building world-changing empires ---> https://charfen.com/community If you are an entrepreneur who is listening in and you can relate, then be sure and head over to https://momentumplanner.com/mps and gain access to one of the most requested business tools to grow and scale your business in any market condition, even in this one.

The Boss Mom Podcast - Business Strategy - Work / Life Balance - -Digital Marketing - Content Strategy
A Positive Restart: How to Step Into the New Year With a Strategic Plan, Not the Baggage of the Previous Year w/Meliss Jakubovic

The Boss Mom Podcast - Business Strategy - Work / Life Balance - -Digital Marketing - Content Strategy

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 34:12


The new year is a time of hope, excitement, focus and intentionality. For entrepreneurs, it's an opportunity to move our businesses forward in a meaningful way, but how do we prepare for the next 12 months so we can actually achieve our goals?    With so many ideas and strategies flying at us, it can be hard to really focus on what's actually in alignment with us. How do we make sure we're starting 2022 without the baggage of the last year?    In this episode, I'm joined by Online Marketing Strategist, Business Growth Expert and The Lead Generation Genie, Meliss Jakubovic to talk all about planning for the year ahead and how to create a positive refresh for ourselves.  3 Things You'll Learn in This Episode   The connection between entrepreneurship and spirituality Why is it so important for entrepreneurs to dive into self-development and reflection?    How do we make sure we achieve our goals for this year How should we be looking at our businesses this year so that it's better than the last?   Why we need to devote a part of our day to mindset Entrepreneurship has good days and bad days. How do we strengthen our mindset muscle so we don't get knocked down longer than we need to?   Guest Bio-    Meliss Jakubovic, also known in the industry as the Lead Generation Genie, is an Online Marketing Strategist and Business Growth Expert to coaches and healers, the founder of Meliss Marketing, Author of #Expert, and Host of The Marketing Tips With Meliss Podcast. She helps coaches and healers add $10K+ to their months and scale their business in 90 days or less. She loves helping them end the feast/famine cycle and fill their 1:1 calendar and group programs so they can make an impact in the lives of others and abundance and freedom in theirs. She is also a single mom to 2 amazing boys. For more information, head to https://melissmarketing.com/. You can also listen to her podcast or sign up for her program, Marketing With Intention there.

The Boss Mom Podcast - Business Strategy - Work / Life Balance - -Digital Marketing - Content Strategy
How to actually hit your goals next year: A strategic plan to keep us on track

The Boss Mom Podcast - Business Strategy - Work / Life Balance - -Digital Marketing - Content Strategy

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 23:51


‘Tis the season of goal setting for the new year, and as moms who have a million distractions all the time, it's important to find the most efficient and effective way to get to where we want to go.    How do we set goals that are aligned with our capabilities? How do we build off of what worked this year? There will be moments where we'll veer off the path, how do we get back on track when it happens?    In this episode, I share a plan that will help us accomplish our financial, environmental and emotional goals in 2022.  3 Things You'll Learn in This Episode   How to use the F-E-E test to set our goals Why do we need to consider financial, environmental and emotional outcomes in our goal setting?    How to avoid goal setting strategies that make us feel overwhelmed and guilty Not all strategies are created equal - how do we create a plan that we'll actually follow through on?    The importance of creating a daily focus What steps can we take to translate our overarching goals into daily actions?

The Magellan Network Podcast
Elements Of A Great Strategic Plan

The Magellan Network Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 20:24


Hello everyone and happy holidays. We're down to the last days of 2021 and I hope you're getting ready for a stellar, bigger, brighter, and bolder 2022. For today's episode, I'd like to continue our conversation about strategic planning and walk you through the different elements of how I like to do my own strategic planning and how I help all my clients do it. I will also talk about: Why it's not advisable to do your strategic planning in your tactical environment The challenge most advisors have with goal setting Why mindset is a foundational part of success Why we don't use the term “client” anymore We had our 2022 Magellan Strategic Planning and Masterclass in Fort Lauderdale back in November and the feedback was phenomenal. To take a look at some of our behind the scenes and see if this masterclass is for you, go to https://www.fabizplan.com/ The Magellan Academy & Network The rules and tools for success in the financial services industry are about to change radically. I have spent over 25 years coaching only financial advisors. In that time, I have personally conducted over 50,000 individual coaching sessions. I have built a profound knowledge base of what it takes to achieve lifelong success in business and life. In my career, I have transformed 1,000's of advisors (below are video and written testimonials by many of them). Many of you probably paid thousands of dollars to various coaching programs with very mixed results. Most coaching programs are just that. A pre-planned process that is “cookie cutter”. Where they have salespeople having to “sell” you on their program and results. In most cases, it's about the coach, their ego, and their money. They base their program on “practice management” or “marketing”. They make you more intelligent. What they all fail to do is help you make that “mindset” shift that must happen for you to realize your dreams and vision. I am going to coach you, teach you, inspire you, and train you all on your mobile device every business day. You are going to get better at business development, practice management, personal development, and your vision. Here is what you are going to get from me each month: - A 5-10 minute morning coach video each business day. - 3 training videos of 20-30 minutes each. This will be a deep dive into four areas I mentioned above. - A live group coaching session where you and I can interact and work together. Here is what you can do each month: - Post a question to me and I will answer it. - Collaborate and associate with like-minded advisors. - Invite other great advisors into the network. Your Bottom Line: Here is the deal. I am not going to ask you for a credit card. Like I said before, coaching is personality driven. You might not like my style or tactics. So with that in mind here is my offer to you. Complete the short form below. You will receive an email with detailed instructions on how to join the network for the next 14-days. I personally approve each submission so this might take a few hours or a day at the most. I will not ask for compensation of any kind during that 14-days. If after experiencing my work for 30-days and if you believe that I can help you, here is the deal. To remain in Magellan Network and have access to Magellan Academy, your daily investment in yourself will only be about the price of a Latte these days. One more thing, it's a month-to-month deal. I'm not going to lock you into anything. Take action now and complete the short form below and I look forward to welcoming you personally inside the Magellan Network. ► Subscribe to our channel here: https://www.youtube.com/user/CoachJoeLukacs?sub_confirmation=1 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/coachjoe.guru/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/coach_joe_guru/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/coachjoelukacs/ Website: https://www.magellannetwork.net/ Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/themagellannetwork Twitter: https://twitter.com/CoachJoeLukacs__

AviaDev Insight Africa
Episode 190. Jenifer Bamuturaki, CEO, Uganda Airlines. Network, fleet and strategic plans for 2022 and beyond

AviaDev Insight Africa

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 34:33


For this episode, I am joined by Derek Nseko, Publisher of Airspace-Africa and together we meet Jenifer Bamuturaki, CEO of Uganda Airlines.  Uganda Airlines was recently crowned the world's youngest fleet by ch-aviation and operates a fleet of CRJ-900s and A330s.  In this wide-ranging conversation, we discover the following: Jenifer's background and passions The priorities of Uganda Airlines in 2022 and beyond How Uganda Airlines views partnerships and collaboration Network and fleet development plans Find out more about Uganda Airlines here Connect with Derek here and visit airspace-africa

SLC Marketing Inc.
7 Element of Strategic Plan

SLC Marketing Inc.

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 42:05


Strategic Plan for Growing Your Business – Part 4 Pada episode kali ini, kita akan membahas mengenai apa saja elemen-elemen untuk menyusun rencana strategis dari bisnis. Tentunya ini akan memudahkan kamu untuk bisa merencanakan apa saja kira kira yang harus ada dalam rencana strategis bisnis kamu.

SLC Marketing Inc.
Competitor Analysis

SLC Marketing Inc.

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 40:59


Strategic Plan for Growing Your Business – Part 3 Episode kali ini akan membicarakan tentang cara untuk menganilisa pesaing bisnis kita supaya kita tau mulai dari bagaimana keadaan kompetitor hingga cara membuat strategi untuk bisa bersaing dengan kompetitor

SLC Marketing Inc.
Meningkatkan Efisiensi Quality, Cost, Delivery, dan Service

SLC Marketing Inc.

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 37:10


Strategic Plan for Growing Your Business – Part 2 Di episode kali ini kita akan membahas tentang bagaimana cara untuk meningkatkan efisiensi dari QCDS. Ketika hal tersebut bisa diimplementasikan, harapannya bisnis kita bisa berjalan lebih efisien dan tentunya akan meningkatkan profit perusahaan.

SLC Marketing Inc.
Strategi Khusus Membidik Generasi Milenial

SLC Marketing Inc.

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 39:00


Strategic Plan for Growing Your Business – Part 1 Di episode kali ini kita akan berbincang dengan General Manager dari Hotel Kampi Surabaya. Kita akan membahas mulai dari sejarah hotel hingga strategi marketingnya.

The Magellan Network Podcast
Why You Must Build Your 2022 Strategic Plan

The Magellan Network Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2021 15:14


Hello everyone and welcome to December! For most of us, this is the season for holidays and festivities. In our industry, this is also the strategic planning season. For the next several episodes, I'd like to go over the elements of a strategic business plan and share some dos and don'ts of building one. To start off, I'd like to take a deep dive into why it's important to have a strategic business plan in the first place. I also talked about: Why it's incredibly important to put your strategic plan into writing 3 questions you need to answer to determine if you need to start doing your planning process The kind of planning you need to do in order to continue to elevate your game To watch a 10-minute video that will walk you through all the elements of our 2022 Strategic/Business Planning Masterclass, go to www.fabizplan.com. The Magellan Academy & Network The rules and tools for success in the financial services industry are about to change radically. I have spent over 25 years coaching only financial advisors. In that time, I have personally conducted over 50,000 individual coaching sessions. I have built a profound knowledge base of what it takes to achieve lifelong success in business and life. In my career, I have transformed 1,000's of advisors (below are video and written testimonials by many of them). Many of you probably paid thousands of dollars to various coaching programs with very mixed results. Most coaching programs are just that. A pre-planned process that is “cookie cutter”. Where they have salespeople having to “sell” you on their program and results. In most cases, it's about the coach, their ego, and their money. They base their program on “practice management” or “marketing”. They make you more intelligent. What they all fail to do is help you make that “mindset” shift that must happen for you to realize your dreams and vision. I am going to coach you, teach you, inspire you, and train you all on your mobile device every business day. You are going to get better at business development, practice management, personal development, and your vision. Here is what you are going to get from me each month: - A 5-10 minute morning coach video each business day. - 3 training videos of 20-30 minutes each. This will be a deep dive into four areas I mentioned above. - A live group coaching session where you and I can interact and work together. Here is what you can do each month: - Post a question to me and I will answer it. - Collaborate and associate with like-minded advisors. - Invite other great advisors into the network. Your Bottom Line: Here is the deal. I am not going to ask you for a credit card. Like I said before, coaching is personality driven. You might not like my style or tactics. So with that in mind here is my offer to you. Complete the short form below. You will receive an email with detailed instructions on how to join the network for the next 14-days. I personally approve each submission so this might take a few hours or a day at the most. I will not ask for compensation of any kind during that 14-days. If after experiencing my work for 30-days and if you believe that I can help you, here is the deal. To remain in Magellan Network and have access to Magellan Academy, your daily investment in yourself will only be about the price of a Latte these days. One more thing, it's a month-to-month deal. I'm not going to lock you into anything. Take action now and complete the short form below and I look forward to welcoming you personally inside the Magellan Network. ► Subscribe to our channel here: https://www.youtube.com/user/CoachJoeLukacs?sub_confirmation=1 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/coachjoe.guru/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/coach_joe_guru/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/coachjoelukacs/ Website: https://www.magellannetwork.net/ Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/themagellannetwork Twitter: https://twitter.com/CoachJoeLukacs__

IAM Podcast
IAM's New Strategic Plan: Why Does It Matter For My Company? (S2 E18)

IAM Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2021 75:45


IAM recently completed a new strategic plan and last week, Brian Limperopulos conducted a webcast meeting for members to better understand how IAM is going to better serve members in the future. From our new vision, mission, and values, to our key strategic initiatives that will drive industry change, we want you to know what the association is striving to achieve, as well as enlist your support and advocacy for the change needed to build a better global moving industry. Watch the Video What's going on in your business? What struggles and successes have you had during the pandemic? We want to hear from you. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/iamovers/message

Ad Law Access Podcast
The Deletion of “Legitimate Business Activity” from the FTC's Strategic Plan

Ad Law Access Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2021 6:47


Hosted by Simone Roach For decades, the FTC has explained that the omission of information can lead to liability. It is also a canon of statutory construction that an amendment helps reveal legislative intent. And of course, your mother put it simply: words that you say (and take back) have meaning. Earlier this month, the Commission released its draft Strategic Plan for 2022 to 2026, which included a glaring revision to the FTC's Mission Statement. See the blog post: https://www.adlawaccess.com/2021/11/articles/the-deletion-of-legitimate-business-activity-from-the-ftcs-strategic-plan/ Contacts: John E. Villafranco jvillafranco@kelleydrye.com (202) 342-8423 Bio - www.kelleydrye.com/Our-People/John-E-Villafranco William C. MacLeod wmacleod@kelleydrye.com (202) 342-8811 Bio - www.kelleydrye.com/Our-People/William-C-MacLeod Advertising and Privacy Law Resource Center - https://www.kelleydrye.com/Advertising-and-Privacy-Law-Resource-Center The Advertising and Marketing and Privacy and Information Security practice groups at Kelley Drye have organized this Advertising and Privacy Law Resource Center to help your company navigate the legal landscape.

Everything Co-op with Vernon Oakes
Casey Fannon, Acting CEO at NCB discusses the role of NCB in Co-op movement and its Strategic Plans

Everything Co-op with Vernon Oakes

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 49:00


Casey Fannon, Acting Chief Executive Officer at National Cooperative Bank (NCB) discusses the role of NCB in cooperative development, and future strategic plans for NCB, Since joining NCB in 1996, Mr. Fannon has dedicated his entire career to National Cooperative Bank and has served as its President since March 2020. In that role, Mr. Fannon has worked on new product and market development, commercial real estate, capital markets and has managed NCB's loan and deposit production across all NCB's customer segments. He is known within the cooperative community as an advocate for affordable housing and for supporting new cooperative development. Mr. Fannon has worked closely with NCBA CLUSA in advancing the Principle Six Initiative, which brings cross-sector co-ops together to accelerate cooperative growth. In addition to serving on NCB's Board, Mr. Fannon currently serves on the Board of Directors of Capital Impact Partners, a national Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI). Mr. Fannon received a BS in Finance from Bentley University and is a Chartered Financial Analyst charter holder. About National Cooperative Bank: National Cooperative Bank is dedicated to strengthening communities nationwide through the delivery of banking and financial services, complemented by a special focus on cooperative expansion and economic development. NCB provides financial products and services for the nation's cooperatives, their members, and socially responsible organizations.

Ceramic Tech Chat
How to craft a strategic plan: Mark Mecklenborg and Dana Goski

Ceramic Tech Chat

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 28:50


Strategic plans are a crucial tool for businesses to track their progress toward certain goals, but how do you develop a strategic plan? ACerS executive director Mark Mecklenborg and past president Dana Goski share how the new strategic plan for ACerS was developed, its top-level goals, and how the Society will start working with the plan.View the transcript for this episode here.About the guestsMark Mecklenborg is executive director at The American Ceramic Society. Dana Goski is ACerS past president and vice president of research and development at Allied Mineral Products, a global monolithic refractory producer headquartered in Columbus, Ohio. Mecklenborg and Goski helped lead the process to develop ACerS' new strategic plan, which the Board of Directors approved in September 2021. View a high-level overview of the plan at this link, and find ways to get involved with supporting the plan here. Questions? Contact Mecklenborg at mmecklenborg@ceramics.org.About ACerSFounded in 1898, The American Ceramic Society is the leading professional membership organization for scientists, engineers, researchers, manufacturers, plant personnel, educators, and students working with ceramics and related materials.

AI with AI
Revenge of the AWS

AI with AI

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2021 42:46


Andy and Dave discuss the latest in AI news and research, [0:53] starting with OpenAI's announcement that it is making GPT-3 generally available through its API (though developers still require approval for production-scale applications). [3:09] For DARPA's Gremlins program, two Gremlin Air Vehicles “validated all autonomous formation flying positions and safety features,” and one of the autonomous aircraft demonstrated airborne recovery to a C-130. [4:54] After three years, DARPA announces the winners of its Subterranean Robot Challenge, awarding prizes for teams operating in the “real-world” in virtual space. [7:03] The Defense Information Systems Agency released its Strategic Plan for 2022 through 2024, which includes plans to employ AI capabilities for defensive cyber operations. [8:08] The Department of Defense announces a new cloud initiative to replace the failed JEDI contract, with invitations to Amazon, Microsoft, Google, and Oracle to bid. [11:52] In research, DeepMind, Google Brain, and World Chess Champion Vladimir Kramnik join forces to peer into the guts of AlphaZero, with initial results showing strong evidence for the existence of “human-understandable concepts of surprising complexity” within the neural network. [17:48] Andrea Roli, Johannes Jaeger, and Stu Kauffman pen a white paper on how organisms come to know the world, and from these observations, derive fundamental limits on artificial general intelligence. [20:34] MIT Press makes available an elementary introduction to Bayesian Models of Perception and Action, by Wei Ji Ma, Konrad Paul Kording, and Daniel Goldreich. [23:40] And finally, Sam Bendett and Jeff Edmonds drop by for a chat on the latest and greatest in Russian AI and Autonomy – including an update on recent military expos and other AI-related events happening in Russia. https://www.cna.org/CAAI/audio-video

Accelerate Your Performance
Using Student Voice to Help Shape District Plans

Accelerate Your Performance

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 15:27


Student voice and perspectives isn't just a 'nice-to-have'; it's a must-have. Students have experienced a lot of change and stress over the last 21 months. As school districts plan for the future, it is essential we hear from students and include them more intentionally and deeply. As our guest, Leader Coach Gayle Juneau-Butler explains, using student focus groups for strategic planning has become a key part of the process for the partners she works with. In this episode, listen as Dr. Janet Pilcher and Gayle discuss how to effectively gather and use student input as well as the norms and considerations for these conversations.  This episode addresses questions, such as:How do I use the voices and perspectives of students to plan for the future?What questions I can ask to engage students and help them feel heard?What are some examples of how student voice has helped shape the strategic plans of districts?Recommended Resources: Great Leaders Listen, Let the Student Voice Be Your Guide, Creating a Strategic Plan, & Using Feedback to PrioritizeRelated Podcasts:   Feedback is a Gift... Or is it? & How to Collect the Student Voice 

Inspired Nonprofit Leadership
143: An outline for your strategic plan

Inspired Nonprofit Leadership

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 11:30


In this episode, Mary reviews an outline of what should go into your strategic plan document. She focuses on the principle of less is more. Mary has over 40 years experience in the nonprofit sector: 26 as an executive and 18 as a board member. She knows your day-to-day challenges first hand and brings experience and expertise to help you have the greatest possible impact. Be sure to subscribe to Inspired Nonprofit Leadership so that you don't miss a single episode, and while you're at it, won't you take a moment to write a short review and rate our show? It would be greatly appreciated!   Let us know the topics or questions you would like to hear about in a future episode. You can do that, and follow us, on Facebook. To learn more about our previous guests, listen to past episodes, and get to know your host, go to: Hiland Consulting Connect with Mary! To schedule your free consultation with Mary go to: Talk With Mary.  LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/maryhiland Inspired Nonprofit Leadership Facebook Group: https://tinyurl.com/inspirednonprofitleadership Website: https://www.hilandconsulting.org/ Company Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/hilandconsulting

Fremantle Dockers Football Club
'It's fantastic, I love it' - Basil & Xav on Triple M

Fremantle Dockers Football Club

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 2:48


The Triple M Breakfast crew discuss their thoughts on Fremantle's Strategic Plan for the 2021 to 2025 period that was announced at its Annual Members Meeting on Tuesday night. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Fremantle Dockers Football Club
Simon Garlick on Triple M - 24 November

Fremantle Dockers Football Club

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 7:15


Fremantle CEO Simon Garlick discusses the Club's 2021-2025 Strategic Plan on Triple M with Basil Zempilas and Xavier Ellis. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Contractor Evolution
Part 2: Where Did All The Good Talent Go? - Recruiting Roundtable with the BTA Coaches

Contractor Evolution

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 31:09


To download the Employer Brand Quick Action Guide click here To join our upcoming web class on Building a Successful 2022 Strategic Plan, you can go here to register: https://trybta.com/webclass  Last week was the first part of our Contractor Roundtable on the topic, “Where Did All The Good Talent Go?” In that first episode we reverse engineered the 7 patterns that top Employer Brands seemed to share. An Employer Brand, in case you are wondering, is a contracting business that attracts the best talent in the industry, regardless of what is going on economically.  If you haven't listened to that episode yet, I suggest you add it to your playlist. This week we broke down 6 quick actions that any contractor could implement that makes them more attractive to potential applicants. In this episode we cover: The imagery and messaging to use on your job ads and landing page that attracts top talent How to leverage your Instagram account to peak the interest of potential applicants An easy way to add fun into your team culture so you can showcase it to the world The way to add style to your team that gets them and prospects excited An ‘outside the box' referral program that you won't find in most contracting businesses What's at stake in the next decade if you don't implement some of these things See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Coaching Through Stories
#21: Utilizing Your Strategic Plan During Crisis with Jim Knowlton

Coaching Through Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 59:54


Today's guest, Jim Knowlton, is the Director of Athletics at the University of California, Berkeley. He previously served in the same role at the US Air Force Academy, Rensselaer (Ren-Suh-Leer) Polytechnic Institute and as an interim at the US Military Academy at West Point. After 26 years on active duty in the US Army he retired as a Colonel and began his career leading Athletic Departments. In this episode you're going to hear how he formed his leadership philosophy, which is very much a servant leader approach, and how he led Cal Athletics through the pandemic by being comfortable with not knowing but having his strategic plan serve as their guide. Jim shares why a strategic plan is critical and the unique approach they took to develop their plan.     Highlights 10:28 Going to West Point was a defining moment for him 13:38 West Point opened his eyes to leadership 15:16 His family also expected commitment from him as he entered West Point. 17:34 He loves his work as Director of Athletics because he can help student-athletes to be successful in life 18:58 He got the position at Cal because of the many people who helped him along the way 27:25 He suggests celebrating small victories 28:04 He developed core leadership core values by serving many bosses 29:08 Servant leadership, leadership by example, hands-on leadership, and caring for others are the things learned along the way 29:30 His leadership philosophy is taking care of people 30:22 The importance of the organizational vision 32:56 The importance of shared ownership of the plan 38:15 He switched early from crisis management to recovery management during the pandemic 40:00 He emphasizes the need to communicate plans and goals in the pandemic 42:52 Threats to the strategic plan: changes in the landscape and financial support 46:14 He believes in work-life integration.   Resources Mentioned Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap and Others Don't by Jim Collins The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People: Powerful Lessons in Personal Change by Stephen R. Covey The Bomber Mafia by Malcolm Gladwell   Listen to Coaching Through Stories on Apple, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, or wherever you download podcasts and leave us a review!   Coaching Through Stories  is sponsored by HigherEchelon, Inc. hosted and co-produced by HigherEchelon's Director of High Performance, Dr. Eric Bean and co-produced by Siana Sylvester.

Charlottesville Community Engagement
November 9, 2021: Albemarle preparing for FY23 budget, anticipating $13.2 million in one-time money from FY21; Brackney to file EEOC complaint against Charlottesville

Charlottesville Community Engagement

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 15:36


Let’s begin with a Patreon-fueled shout-out. Colder temperatures are creeping in, and now is the perfect time to think about keeping your family warm through the holidays. Make sure you are getting the most out of your home with help from your local energy nonprofit, LEAP. LEAP wants you and yours to keep comfortable all year round, and offers FREE home weatherization to income- and age-qualifying residents. If you’re age 60 or older, or have an annual household income of less than $74,950, you may qualify for a free energy assessment and home energy improvements such as insulation and air sealing. Sign up today to lower your energy bills, increase comfort, and reduce energy waste at home!On today’s show:One of Charlottesville’s former police chiefs wants to sue the city for wrongful terminationAlbemarle Board of Supervisors formally begins Comprehensive Plan review Albemarle may also have a potential budget surplus of over $13 million ProPublica takes a look at the links between industrial air pollution and cancer The Virginia Festival of the Book will return to an in-person event next March Former Charlottesville Police Chief RaShall Brackney has filed a complaint with the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission alleging she was wrongfully terminated by former City Manager Chip Boyles. Boyles resigned on October 12 citing personal and professional abuse in the aftermath of the firing. Brackney and her lawyer Charles Tucker held a press conference this morning to announce the complaint as well as a demand for millions in damages. Tucker appeared to make the claim that Brackney is still the chief.“She’s not here today to talk about an abrupt termination,” Tucker said. “She’s here today to talk about a wrongful attempt at termination.” Tucker alleged collusion to remove Brackney by Council, top police officials, and former manager Boyles. Complaints to the EEOC are private and information is only available to be released the individual who files the complain as well as the subject of the complaint. A spokesman for the EEOC told me today he could neither confirm or deny the existence of the complaint. He noted that an EEOC complaint is the first step toward filing a lawsuit. Learn more about this process on the EEOC’s website. The agency’s authority comes from Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. There’s also a FAQ worth reviewing.  Tucker is employed by the Cochran Firm, a national law firm founded by the late Johnnie Cochran.  Cochran was part of the legal team that successfully defended former football player O.J. Simpson on double murder charges in October 1995. Special thanks to Dori Zook of WINA for providing the audio. Take a look at coverage on NBC29 for more information. One of Charlottesville’s most popular events will return to some in-person events next spring. The Virginia Festival of the Book was canceled in 2020 and was held virtually in 2021, but will return with a hybrid event from March 16 through March 20. The Festival has also been holding online programs year-round as part of its Shelf Life series. Headlining speakers for the 28th festival will not be announced until January. Review previous programs on the VABook website at vabook.org. Industrial investigationAn investigation by ProPublica has identified the Radford area in the New River Valley as one of the places in Virginia where residents are more likely to contract cancer due to air pollution. That’s due to the presence of the U.S. Army Radford Ammunition Plant.“This facility alone is estimated to increase the excess cancer risk for people living within five miles by an average of 1 in 4,100,” reads their summary of the Radford area. ProPublica’s interactive map also shows pollution hotspots in Richmond and Petersburg. Their work is based on analysis of five-years of data from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Learn more in a story on NBC29 that’s part of a collaboration between Gray Communications and ProPublica. You’re reading Charlottesville Community Engagement and it’s time for two more Patreon-fueled shout-outs. The first comes a long-time supporter who wants you to know:"Today is a great day to spread good cheer: reach out to an old friend, compliment a stranger, or pause for a moment of gratitude to savor a delight."The second comes from a more recent supporter who wants you to go out and read a local news story written by a local journalist. Whether it be the Daily Progress, Charlottesville Tomorrow, C-Ville Weekly, NBC29, CBS19, WINA, or some other place I’ve not mentioned - the community depends on a network of people writing about the community. Go learn about this place today!Albemarle Comprehensive Plan processTwo stories from Albemarle today. First, Albemarle County has formally begun the process of updating its Comprehensive Plan. The Board of Supervisors adopted a resolution on November 3 that kicks off a multiphase process and public engagement plan for the first round. But let’s get a reminder on what this is from planner Tori Kanellopoulos. “The Comprehensive Plan is a guiding document for the county and is a twenty year plan which includes housing, transportation, land use, economic development, natural and historic resources,” Kannellopoulos said. The plan influences everything from the Capital Improvement program to decisions on land use such as rezoning. Supervisors last adopted a plan six years ago.“Since the current Comprehensive Plan was adopted in 2015, there have been a variety of new policies and plans adopted by the Board including the Climate Action Plan, an updated housing policy, Project ENABLE and an updated Strategic Plan,” Kannellopoulos said. “Additionally the Office of Equity and Inclusion was created and the Board adopted the new organizational value of community.”Since 2015, Kanellopoulos said 4,000 new dwelling units have been built and the population is expected to continue growing. With that comes increased demand for urban services to be delivered by the local government.  The first phase will take a look at the county’s growth management policy, which has been embedded in the Comprehensive Plan for decades. That will include a capacity analysis for the county’s ability to provide new housing, as well as the needs of economic development. “Phase 2 will identify the main topics of the Comprehensive Plan, evaluate existing conditions for each, and provide updated frameworks using the lens of equity and climate action,” Kannellopoulos said. “Phase 3 will identify recommended action steps to implement the plan and metrics to track progress. And Phase 4 will finalize the document for adoption.” At the same time, Supervisors have asked for some changes to the zoning ordinance to happen concurrently with the Comprehensive Plan review.  The winter holidays are approaching so there will not be a public kickoff for this process until January. Between now and then, a working group of community members and other stakeholders will be assembled to oversee the process. Supervisor Ann Mallek said the process to update the Crozet Master Plan at times was more difficult due to the lack of institutional memory and history about how that area has been a designated growth area. “There was a real challenge to help people to get enough background to be able to understand what they were being asked,” Mallek said. “And I think getting that knowledge base will prevent a lot of frustration that happens when people are asked to respond to a survey about which they’re given no information. And they just get mad.” Mallek also wants more public meetings in places that aren’t government buildings. Supervisor Ned Gallaway said he wants to make sure that the public knows the review is underway.“It can be frustrating I would imagine for everybody involved where community members maybe come late to the game,” Gallaway said. “We do our best effort to put things out there that this is going to be worked on and the ways to participate are there. And then if they are missed, we get ‘Well, where is this coming from?’ at the 11th hour. Whatever we need to do [public relations] wide to engage the community, we’ll have to do.”The Albemarle Planning Commission will have a work session on the Comprehensive Plan review at its meeting on November 16. This is a reminder that I created Town Crier Productions specifically to cover this kind of topic. I have never and will never take any payment from Albemarle County for this service, nor will I take any direct payment for any other level of government. This program is supported by contributions from listeners and readers, and the goal there is to keep this reporting independent and to be transparent when you do hear shout-outs and the like. Closing out FY21 Our second story from the November 3, 2021 Albemarle Board of Supervisors meeting comes from a fiscal update that came from a briefing from County Executive Jeffrey Richardson on the closing of Fiscal Year 21, which ran from July 1, 2020 to this past June 30. Like all localities, Albemarle was affected by the pandemic.“The last 20 months have been unlike any in my professional working career and I probably speak for staff when I say our challenges and the kinds of issues and problems we face are unlike any that we have faced in our career,” Richardson said. The pandemic began officially in Virginia on March 12, 2020 with the declaration of a state of emergency. That happened just as Albemarle was finalizing the budget for fiscal year 2021. A decision was made to rewrite the budget to pause some spending while more was known about underlying economic conditions.  Richardson said staff initially assumed the worst case scenario. “We artificially lowered our budget base so we had to go in and we had to make drastic cuts for fiscal year 21,” Richardson said. Richardson said the economic outlook did not turn out to be as severe and he detailed the reasons why in his presentation. There has also been federal funding in the form of the CARES Act of 2020 and the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021. Here’s one example from Albemarle budget chief Andy Bowman. “The county was able to reimburse a significant portion of its public safety expenditures which created a one-time savings in the middle of fiscal year 2021 which the Board of Supervisors used to establish a local pandemic reserve,” Bowman said. Now the time has come to begin preparing for the budget for FY23, which will be adopted by the Board next May. That comes as the fiscal year 2021 budget is audited which will reveal whether there are additional funds leftover that be reprogrammed to achieve the county’s strategic goals. This is known as “one-time” funds. In FY21, revenues were up 5.3 percent over budget and county spending was down 4.9 percent. “Unaudited, we expect there to be $13.2 million in one-time funding that can be available to be reprogrammed as the county is heading into the season again of financial planning,” Bowman said. Richardson told the Board that the local economy is strong, and there are many ways this funding could be used to make further investments in economic development.“You met recently with your [Economic Development Authority] and I think that we need to consider more and I think now is the time to do more to set ourselves up for the future to help business expansion and to be a catalyst in this community to continue to strengthen our economic foundation,” Richardson said. Richardson also suggested the Board consider a mid-year salary increase for county personnel could also be an option. The Board will have a work session on “workforce stabilization” on December 1. Other suggestions from staff will continue to come to the Board in weeks to come. The next immediate step is a meeting of the Audit Committee on November 19. (meeting info)A major change this upcoming year is that real estate reassessments for calendar year 2022 will be sent out a month earlier than usual due to issues with the post office and potential for delays caused by mail. This is a public episode. Get access to private episodes at communityengagement.substack.com/subscribe

Public Power Now
Lansing BWL's Peffley Details Professional Journey At Utility, BWL Strategic Plan

Public Power Now

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 11:17


In the latest episode of Public Power Now, Dick Peffley, General Manager of Michigan's Lansing Board of Water and Light, details his professional journey at BWL and the public power utility's strategic plan.

IAM Podcast
IAM's New Strategic Plan, with Carl and Brian (S2 E17)

IAM Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 36:13


IAM's Carl Weaver and Brian Limperopulos discuss IAM's new Strategic Plan, what it means, and how it is bringing IAM's internal efforts, as well of that of the Board, in line with each other. they also discuss the association's new mission and vision statements. This is a great step and clearly outlines what projects and efforts we are to work on. Carl's comment: A strategic plan, coupled with mission and vision statements, gives a clear guide for what should be done. In short, if we can examine the intended outcome of projects and efforts and see how they support the plan and statements. If they do not, we really need to rethink why we are doing it. This seems like a simple and straightforward line of reasoning, and it is, but getting to this place took a long time and a lot of effort, starting with an evaluation of why we are here and what values we want to uphold and inculcate to others in the industry. It is a long process, and in this case, a fruitful one. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/iamovers/message

YORK Talks
Integrating Indigenous Education

YORK Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2021 22:33


The York School's Indigenous Education Committee is a response to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission's Calls to Action # 62 through 65 that have to do with Education for Reconciliation. In this special Bonus episode, host Natasha Estey speaks with Indigenous Education Comittee leaders, Sean Rand and Sara Akbari, about what they are doing to advance Race, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion work at The York School and to integrate indigenous education.Follow the hashtag #Yorklearns on Twitter to see this work in action. You can find Sara Akbari on Instagram @mssara.416.You can find the book Seven Fallen Feathers at your local independent bookstore. Learn more about the work of Indigenous Education Consultant, Pamela Rose Toulouse.  The York School has partnered with Equity Connections for its DEI work. Look at The York School's Interim Strategic Plan. Written and Produced by Natasha EsteyAudio Editing by Andrew Scott

Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio
566: Strategic Plan. Done. Now Pay For It. – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 57:28


This Week:  Strategic Plan. Done. Now Pay For It. It's a common challenge. The strategic plan is ambitious, but there's not enough revenue to fund all the future excitement. Sherry Quam Taylor returns to get to the root problems that … Continue reading →

Our College, Your Voices
175: Enrollment Goal 2 Refresh

Our College, Your Voices

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 20:39


Today we'll be talking about Goal 2 updates to our Strategic Plan. This goal centers on recruitment and enrollment. Last Fall, we began the process of refreshing Goal 2 strategies and metrics. Statewide listening sessions were conducted and a cross-functional team of campus and systems employees worked together to create an updated plan.   In July, campuses were given their new Goal 2 metrics. These new goals were based on the recruitable population of each campus' service area and have been broken down to the county level. Recruitable population is defined as high school students in grades 10-12 and population ages 18-64 with a high school diploma or some college, but no degree. A primary intention of the Goal 2 refresh was to allow more campus autonomy, rather than Systems Office enrollment requirements by student category. This has allowed campuses to create the most impactful strategy for your service area.   Thanks to this week's guests: Sue Ellspermann, President, Ivy Tech Community College Chris Lowery, Senior Vice President for Workforce Alignment, Systems Office Jo Nahod-Carlin, Vice President for Recruitment & Enrollment Management, Systems Office Stacy Townsley, Vice President for Adult Strategy and Statewide Partnerships, Systems Office Rebecca Rahschulte, Vice President for K-14 Initiatives and Statewide Partnerships, Systems Office Everyone inside the Ivy Tech faculty and staff community has access to the enrollment dashboard. You can access it through IvyAnalytics/Tableau at https://us-east-1.online.tableau.com/#/site/ivytechcommunitycollege/views/Goal2EnrollmentOpportunitiesv2DRAFT/EnrollmentOpportunities. If you have any trouble accessing that, please submit a Help Ticket through MyIvy. Get in Touch You can connect with Kara Monroe on Twitter @KNMTweets Reach out with show ideas, comments, or questions via Twitter or at our email address - ourcollegeyourvoices@ivytech.edu. Leave us a voice mail at 317-572-5049. Respond to the Call for Action, ask a question, give a shout-out to a colleague, or an episode suggestion. Check out show notes, listen to past episodes, and get instructions on how to access the podcast on our website at http://www.ivytech.edu/podcast.

JAMA Network
JAMA Ophthalmology : The 2021 NEI Strategic Plan—Relating Vision to Health and Quality of Life

JAMA Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 14:34


Interview with Michael F. Chiang, MD, author of The 2021 National Eye Institute Strategic Plan—Relating Vision to Health and Quality of Life.

Slices of Wenatchee
Wenatchee School Board passes strategic plan & promises to "stop pretending"; Halloween festivities across Wenatchee!

Slices of Wenatchee

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2021 9:43


Today - The Wenatchee School Board passed a strategic plan Tuesday evening that outlines the district's vision for the next five years and beyond. The approval was the end of a two-year process that began soon after Gordon started on the job in July 2019. Also, The end of October is here, which means Halloween festivities are already happening across the Wenatchee Valley! Spooky-themed events this year range from classic trick-or-treating to a pet parade in Pybus Public Market. That Howl-o-ween Pet Parade starts at 10:30 a.m. today and will include a costume contest, giveaway and a photo station, perfect for that scary yet cute pet outfit. Learn more about these stories at wenatcheeworld.com Support the show: https://www.wenatcheeworld.com/site/forms/subscription_services/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Last Night At School Committee
Ep. 41, Last Night @ School Committee: 10/27 recap

Last Night At School Committee

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 27:38


In this episode of Last Night at School Committee, Jill and Ross recap the highlights of last night's Boston School Committee meeting. The meeting began with the Superintendent's Report, which featured an unannounced update on the exam school policy and its implementation. The report left many of the key questions unanswered, and numerous public commenters expressed confusion and frustration on this topic. The meeting continued with two reports. The first was an update on BuildBPS and included plans to close three schools: the Irving Middle School, Timilty Middle School, and Jackson-Mann School. This announcement elicited a large outcry during public comment from parents impacted by these closures, including a group of commenters from the Sumner Elementary School in Roslindale who were informed just this week that theirs would be the only elementary school in the neighborhood not getting a 6th grade. The last report of the night was a presentation on the Superintendent's Strategic Plan, which was presented by Charles Grandson and lacked necessary data and measurable outcomes.   After a long and complicated meeting, we are still left with the following questions:   What is the long term plan for BPS school buildings? What is the quality guarantee and when will it be implemented? When will the school system respond to the concrete data requests from school committee members? It is important to note that both Lorena and Rafaela's terms expire after the next meeting following the election of a new mayor. Given their insightful and meaningful questions and contributions, these should be considered when the new mayor and her team review their applications for a full term. Will they be reappointed to full terms? What is happening with the ESSR funds? The application date for the new and largest round of funding has come and gone. What is BPS doing with the funding? We'd love to hear an update.   The School Committee will meet again next week on November 3 tentatively at 5pm.    Ways to Engage and Resources: Vote for a new Mayor in November. Education should be a core issue for all elected officials and your vote matters. You can read their policy proposals regarding education below: Michelle Wu Annissa Essaibi-George Advocate to the School Committee members to increase their accountability of the Superintendent and her team.  Chair Jeri Robinson: grobinson@bostonpublicschools.org Vice Chair Michael O'Neill: moneill2@bostonpublicschools.org Dr. Hardin Coleman: hcoleman2@bostonpublicschools.org Ernani DeAraujo: edearaujo@bostonpublicschools.org Quoc Tran: qtran2@bostonpublicschools.org Meeting Presentations and Materials BuildBPS Update PowerPoint Update of Strategic Plan Implementation Powerpoint Exam School Updated Website

The Walk Humbly Podcast
Haiti kidnapping, election resources, Strategic Plan updates, and more. #80

The Walk Humbly Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 32:29


In this week's episode of the Walk Humbly Podcast: Synod of Bishops will involve feedback from the faithful How are married couples signs of Christ's love?  The Feast of St. John Paul II is on Friday. Bishop Burbidge offers personal reflections on his experience with this courageous and joyful saint. Bishop Burbidge clarifies listener questions about the 2022-2026 Diocesan Strategic Plan The Virginia Catholic Conference has published resources to help Catholics vote with informed consciences in the upcoming election Reminders for the upcoming Diocesan Pilgrimage   Bishop Burbidge also answers the following questions from the faithful: Can two dioceses ever be combined into one? And if so, does that one diocese then have two bishops? What prayer do you find yourself praying most often?

Design Your Destiny
Using a Strategic Plan to Effectively Achieve Your Goals with ALoN David

Design Your Destiny

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 28:13


Setting goals with a strategic plan of action to achieve them is part of designing your destiny. You're unlikely to succeed if you don't know where you're going or have a plan to get there. So today, I've brought on a special guest to talk about effective goal setting so you can achieve the life of your dreams. ALoN David came to the U.S. in 1995 with nothing but his own ambition and determination to make something of his life. After years of trying and failing with other people's planners and systems, he created the ultimate goal setting system: the 90X® Planner which has helped many other entrepreneurs set and achieve their goals. In this episode, he covers the core fundamentals and principles behind his approach to planning and goal setting. 3:05 - The first thing you need to do before you create a product 4:30 - A better way to write down your goal 6:50 - Why you need to go deeper into your reason for achieving your goal 8:26 - Why you want to focus on “what” instead of “how” 12:24 - Other core principles that matter for achieving your goals 16:32 - Why the goal itself really doesn't matter 19:50 - How to know when it's time to work on the bigger picture 22:04 - How Alon coaches people around implementing his planner to achieve their goals Connect with ALoN at his website or on Instagram. You were born with all the talent, intellect, and strength you need. You just need to realize that on the subconscious level. Connect and uncover your Subconscious Blueprint by booking your call here. Thanks for tuning in today! I'd love it if you could head over to Apple Podcasts and leave a positive review, so we can reach even more people, so they can change their lives. That positive energy of sharing comes back to you as we spread this message.

The CRA Podcast with Linda Ezuka
5 Key Resources To Inform Your CRA Self Assessment

The CRA Podcast with Linda Ezuka

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 4:36


Does a blank page make you nervous? Yes, us too. Here are some documents you may want to reference (and even borrow the framework of!) to get you started on your CRA self assessment. • Peer Data: Download performance evaluations from similarly situated banks in your assessment areas.• Industry Data: Data from local community development think tanks, government agencies, or nonprofits. National statistics on demographics, labor, market, housing, small business, affordability, poverty, etc.• PE Templates: Performance evaluation templates are available at FFIEC.gov. Make sure to select the correct template based on your asset size (Small Institutions, Intermediate Small Institutions, Large Retail Institutions, Limited Purpose and Wholesale Institutions, and Institutions with Strategic Plans).• Standard Examiner Tables (from your previous exam): Re-create examination lending performance tables similar to what is presented within your last performance evaluation. • CRA Examination Procedures: Examination procedures are available at FFIEC.gov. Make sure you select the correct template base on your specific regulator (FRB, FDIC, or OCC).Quotes• “It's crucial to populate that blank page and just get started because a self assessment is a key practice to positioning your bank for success and backing into your desired CRA rating.” (03:35-03:51)Want to learn more about the CRA? Sign up for CRA Today's free course: https://hub.cratoday.com/freecourseLinksCRA Today Website: https://cratoday.com/ For more information on the CRA Hub, a membership for bankers to connect, inspire, and master the art of CRA: https://cratoday.com/hub/ Copyright © 2021 by CRA Today LLC(No claim to original U.S. government material)All rights reserved. No part of this podcast may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, including electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without prior written permission of the author and publisher.This podcast is a periodic publication of CRA Today LLC and is intended to notify and inspire recipients of new developments in the Community Reinvestment Act. It should not be construed as legal advice or legal opinion on any specific facts or circumstances. The contents are intended for general informational purposes only, and you are urged to consult your own attorney concerning your situation and specific legal questions you have.Podcast production and show notes provided by HiveCast.fm

The Walkthrough | HomeLight's Real Estate Podcast
Learn the One-Page Strategic Plan That Helped a HomeLight Elite Agent Double His Business (Part 2)

The Walkthrough | HomeLight's Real Estate Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 33:06


Are you a regular Walkthrough listener? You're invited to join our Facebook mastermind for Walkthrough listeners. Connect with other listeners and the guests that you hear on the show, get exclusive content, influence future episodes, and more!Links & Show Notes Brett Jennings - HomeLight agent profile Real Estate Experts - Brett's business website EOS / Entrepreneurial Operating System - discussed in this episode Traction by Gino Wickman - book mentioned in this series Join our Facebook mastermind for The Walkthrough listeners HomeLight's Agent Resource Center Subscribe and listen to The Walkthrough: Apple Podcasts | Spotify | YouTube

The Walk Humbly Podcast
Voting as Catholics, Synod of Bishops, 5-year Diocesan Strategic Plan, and more! #79

The Walk Humbly Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 22:43


In this week's episode of the Walk Humbly Podcast: Bishop Burbidge discusses the 2022-2026 Diocesan Strategic Plan Pope Francis announces a Synod of Bishops What is the most critical moral issue of this election? Diocesan pilgrimage at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington DC

The Walkthrough | HomeLight's Real Estate Podcast
Learn the One-Page Strategic Plan That Helped a HomeLight Elite Agent Double His Business (Part 1)

The Walkthrough | HomeLight's Real Estate Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 30:25


Are you a regular Walkthrough listener? You're invited to join our Facebook mastermind for Walkthrough listeners. Connect with other listeners and the guests that you hear on the show, get exclusive content, influence future episodes, and more!Links & Show Notes Brett Jennings - HomeLight agent profile Real Estate Experts - Brett's business website EOS / Entrepreneurial Operating System - discussed in this episode Traction by Gino Wickman - book mentioned in this episode Join our Facebook mastermind for The Walkthrough listeners HomeLight's Agent Resource Center Subscribe and listen to The Walkthrough: Apple Podcasts | Spotify | YouTube

Great Shot Podcast
PTPA Update and ATP Strategic Plan Developments ft. Bret McCormick

Great Shot Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 68:13


Sports Business Journal staff writer Bret McCormick joins the show to discuss the recent developments surrounding both the Professional Tennis Players Association (PTPA) and ATP Strategic Plan. He also shares insights behind the economics of the US Open and Laver Cup, and so much more!! Don't forget to give a 5 star review on your favorite podcast app! In addition, add your twitter/instagram handle to the review for a chance to win some FREE CR gear!! This episode brought to you by: Tennis Point Discounted Tennis Apparel, Tennis Racquets, Tennis Shoes & Equipment from Nike, adidas, Babolat, Wilson & More! Visit their store today and use the code "CR15" at checkout to save 15% off Sale items. Some Exclusions (MAP Exceptions) apply and code will not work on those items. This code will add 1 FREE CAN of WILSON Balls to the cart at checkout.  Tennis Channel Podcast Network Visit https://www.tennis.com/pro-game/podcasts/ to stay current on the latest tennis news and trends and enjoy in-depth analysis and dynamic debates. Find Cracked Racquets Website: https://www.crackedracquets.com Instagram: https://instagram.com/crackedracquets Twitter: https://twitter.com/crackedracquets Facebook: https://Facebook.com/crackedracquets YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/crackedracquets Email Newsletter: https://crackedracquets.substack.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Lead to Win with Michael Hyatt
#174: Four Essentials to a Strategic Plan That Works

Lead to Win with Michael Hyatt

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 30:10


You know you need to make a plan for the company's next year, but you feel a familiar sense of dread. Every year, it results in a giant, convoluted binder that is inevitably pushed to the back of the shelf three months in. How do you plan more strategically, so you end up with something that actually works? Is there a better way to set the company up for the future you want? In this episode, Megan talks with her husband, Joel Miller, Chief Product Officer, about the four essentials you need to create a strategic plan that works. They discuss the vital importance of vision, alignment, and execution—and how to ensure you have all three and don't lose any of them along the way. You don't have to settle for planning that is onerous, cumbersome, and quickly irrelevant when you incorporate these four ingredients to transform the planning process and clear the way for success. In this episode, you'll discover—Common pitfalls of having an overcomplicated planHelpful questions to ask while creating a long-term visionWhy you must not confuse operational plans with strategic plansHow to create alignment between the vision and individual tasksResources:Strategic Planning ChecklistSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.