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If you think it's too early to take a look at the 2022 Emmy season, then consider a wise statement from special guest Jalal Haddad. By this time last year, we had seen our eventual Emmy winners. Netflix served up screeners of The Crown in late September, and The Queen's Gambit and Ted Lasso were […] The post Surveying the 2022 Emmy Season and Current Front Runners appeared first on Awards Daily TV.
In this episode, you will hear from Nija Meyer. Nija is the Vice President for Enrollment Management at Woodward Academy in College Park, Georgia. Nija joined Woodward Academy in 2014 to lead the Academy's marketing and communications efforts and was promoted to Vice President for Strategic Marketing and Communications in 2016. >In that role, Nija was responsible for sharing the Woodward story with all audiences, including prospective families, current families, alumni, and friends of the school, using all available channels including the Academy's website, the Woodward magazine, media relations, advertising, and social media. In 2017, her responsibilities expanded to include Admissions when she was named the Academy's Vice President for Enrollment Management. She leads a highly skilled team dedicated to welcoming new families to Woodward and ensuring an exceptional experience through every step of the student's journey—including inquiry, application, admission, retention, graduation, and beyond. Nija previously served in strategic marketing and consulting roles for The Coca-Cola Company, Andersen Consulting's Strategic Services, and GE Capital. She graduated with honors from Emory University and has a master's degree from the Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration. 3:25 - "If you never try, you never know." 4:08 - Creating new ideas and escaping old ones 4:28 - Using parent feedback to brainstorm ideas 5:30 - Not enough schools are surveying families during the admissions process 6:20 - You can't measure what works without a baseline 7:05 - Surveying parents throughout a family's journey with a school 8:20 - Why having a strategic focus on student/parent experience is important no matter how a school is performing with enrollment 8:59 - The "COVID bump" is temporary 9:15 - The factors that threatened enrollment before the pandemic are still out there 9:50 - What millennial parents expect from schools 11:00 - "Customer" isn't a dirty word for schools 13:50 - Schools that charge tuition are competing for "share of wallet" 15:05 - Exceptional customer experience examples from the corporate world 18:43 - What happened to the buzz around Chief Experience Officers in schools and who should own that responsibility 20:17 - Where customer experience starts in schools 21:29 - Retention warrants the same attention as acquisition 22:50 - How Woodward is prioritizing customer experience 25:07 - A customer experience tactic borrowed from Starbucks 26:55 - Personalizing the admission tour 30:10 - It's okay not to have all the answers in the moment 30:40 - Centralize opportunities for parents to ask questions and share ideas 34:09 - How to get started with customer experience at your school 35:53 - "Stick with your plans and don't let up." Show notes are available on the Enrollment Insights Blog at niche.bz/podcast. In the Enrollment Insights Podcast, you'll hear about novel solutions to problems, ways to make processes better for students, and the questions that spark internal reflection and end up changing entire processes.
Race, while drawn from the visual cues of human diversity, is an idea with a measurable past, an identifiable present, and an uncertain future. The concept of race has been at the center of both triumphs and tragedies in American history and has had a profound effect on the human experience. Race Unmasked: Biology and Race in the Twentieth Century (Columbia UP, 2018)revisits the origins of commonly held beliefs about the scientific nature of racial differences, examines the roots of the modern idea of race, and explains why race continues to generate controversy as a tool of classification even in our genomic age. Surveying the work of some of the twentieth century's most notable scientists, Race Unmasked reveals how genetics and related biological disciplines formed and preserved ideas of race and, at times, racism. A gripping history of science and scientists, Race Unmasked elucidates the limitations of a racial worldview and throws the contours of our current and evolving understanding of human diversity into sharp relief. About the author: Michael Yudell is a public health ethicist, award-winning historian, and professor and Vice Dean at the College of Health Solutions at Arizona State University. He is the co-editor of the Columbia University Press Series Race, Inequality, and Health and the author of several books, including Race Unmasked, for which he won the Arthur J. Viseltear Award from the American Public Health Association. About the interviewer: Hussein Mohsen is a PhD/MA Candidate in Computational Biology and Bioinformatics/History of Science and Medicine at Yale University. His research interests include machine learning, cancer genomics, and the history of human genetics. For more about his work, visit http://www.husseinmohsen.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network
Race, while drawn from the visual cues of human diversity, is an idea with a measurable past, an identifiable present, and an uncertain future. The concept of race has been at the center of both triumphs and tragedies in American history and has had a profound effect on the human experience. Race Unmasked: Biology and Race in the Twentieth Century (Columbia UP, 2018)revisits the origins of commonly held beliefs about the scientific nature of racial differences, examines the roots of the modern idea of race, and explains why race continues to generate controversy as a tool of classification even in our genomic age. Surveying the work of some of the twentieth century's most notable scientists, Race Unmasked reveals how genetics and related biological disciplines formed and preserved ideas of race and, at times, racism. A gripping history of science and scientists, Race Unmasked elucidates the limitations of a racial worldview and throws the contours of our current and evolving understanding of human diversity into sharp relief. About the author: Michael Yudell is a public health ethicist, award-winning historian, and professor and Vice Dean at the College of Health Solutions at Arizona State University. He is the co-editor of the Columbia University Press Series Race, Inequality, and Health and the author of several books, including Race Unmasked, for which he won the Arthur J. Viseltear Award from the American Public Health Association. About the interviewer: Hussein Mohsen is a PhD/MA Candidate in Computational Biology and Bioinformatics/History of Science and Medicine at Yale University. His research interests include machine learning, cancer genomics, and the history of human genetics. For more about his work, visit http://www.husseinmohsen.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/intellectual-history
Join Elena Buenrostro as she talks with Bethany Hall, (certified GISP) Geographic Information Systems Coordinator at Consolidated Utility District as we discuss all about how she got started in drone mapping and GIS. Bethany Hall has been flying UAVs for over five years as a licensed Part 107 Remote Pilot and is a Geographical Information Systems professional (GISP) with 20+ years of GIS experience in the electric and water utility industries at Consolidated Utility District of Rutherford County. Currently, she is on special assignment as a participant with Oak Ridge Institute of Science and Education (ORISE) assigned to the Department of Defense's (DoD) Department of POW/MIA Accounting Agency (DPAA) at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam. She is serving as the Field Data Collection Coordinator assisting field recovery teams with GPS equipment and mapping services to help recover missing U.S. servicemen around the World. Once her assignment is complete with ORISE and DPAA, she'll return to Consolidated Utility District in Murfreesboro, TN to resume her previous duties as GIS Coordinator. In addition to flying UAVs and mapping battlefields with GIS, Bethany volunteers with the American Association of Geographer's GeoMentor program introducing kids to geography and UAVs. Check out Bethany's course, How to Use Drone Deploy for Aerial Mapping and Surveying: https://womenwhodrone.teachable.com/p/drone-deploy-for-aerial-mapping-surveying
Surveying the state of market competition in Canada, you might be forgiven for thinking the country is a handful of companies in a trench coat. One of the central critiques of capitalism is that it tends towards monopoly -- or at least oligopoly. Canada is a telling case study that supports the hypothesis. Market monopoly and oligopoly makes for a raw deal for consumers, leading us to ask: What is to be done about Canada's competition problem?On this episode of Open to Debate, David Moscrop talks with Vass Bednar, Executive Director of the Master of Public Policy Program at McMaster University, Public Policy Forum Fellow, and the writer of Regs to Riches.
In this episode, Dinesh shows how Biden's popularity has taken a nosedive, and he spells out why the Democrats are facing a political wipeout in 2022. Dinesh reveals the latest shakedown scheme involving Hunter Biden and the Big Guy. Surveying the results of the Maricopa audit, Dinesh offers his takeaway. Regnery CEO Tom Spence joins Dinesh to talk about book banning in today's America. Dinesh also previews his new video series on the making of America, featuring the five leading founders, out today from PragerU. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Michael Rucker, founder and CEO of Scout Clean Energy, joins the show to talk about the latest news and trends in renewables. Among the many topics we discuss:A massive backlog of interconnection requests in the USHow to communicate clearly in the face of NIMBY sentiments to get projects developedThe potential for a federal Clean Energy StandardCarbon tax versus tax creditsLessons learned from operating during a pandemic Michael's experience in the industry spans a couple decades, so we also talk about what has changed during that time ... what has remained the same ... and how he sees things taking shape in the future.PODBRIEF: A look at recently released reports that paint a clear picture of how much work the US needs to do to fulfill the potential of a successful energy transition. US Department of Energy: "Solar Futures Study"Lium: "Biden's Solar 40% By 2035 Already Falling Short"GWEC: "Global Offshore Wind Report"Mitsubishi Heavy Industries MHI - Move The World Forward.
Boyd's monologue revisits the challenges Democrats face in getting their agendas passed and calls on Congress to focus on what's important to help the American people. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Wise sayings (Part 2)- There are some things about God that will remain a mystery to us. Surveying creation helps us to better understand and appreciate the "invisible things" of God. Among other words of wisdom, this passage reminds us to avoid the dangers of self-exaltation.
Fan of the show? https://www.patreon.com/newleftradio (Support us on Patreon)! We're joined by Geo Maher, author of the new book A World Without Police to explore the origins of policing in North America, the very real and very dangerous hold that policing us on government and society. Maher tells us that the path towards abolition and not reform is not only realistic, but necessary, if we hope to build a more safe and secure society for all. Links https://www.versobooks.com/books/3783-a-world-without-police (A World Without Police) by Geo Maher About A World Without Police Tens of millions of people poured onto the streets for Black Lives Matter, bringing with them a wholly new idea of public safety, common security, and the delivery of justice, communicating that vision in the fiery vernacular of riot, rebellion, and protest. A World Without Police transcribes these new ideas—written in slogans and chants, over occupied bridges and hastily assembled barricades—into a compelling, must-read manifesto for police abolition. Compellingly argued and lyrically charged, A World Without Police offers concrete strategies for confronting and breaking police power, as a first step toward building community alternatives that make the police obsolete. Surveying the post-protest landscape in Minneapolis, Philadelphia, Chicago, and Oakland, as well as the people who have experimented with policing alternatives at a mass scale in Latin America, Maher details the institutions we can count on to deliver security without the disorganizing interventions of cops: neighborhood response networks, community-based restorative justice practices, democratically organized self-defense projects, and well-resourced social services. A World Without Police argues that abolition is not a distant dream or an unreachable horizon but an attainable reality. In communities around the world, we are beginning to glimpse a real, lasting justice in which we keep us safe. About Geo Maher Geo Maher has previously taught at Vassar College, San Quentin State Prison, and the Venezuelan School of Planning in Caracas. He is the author of five books, including We Created Chavez, Decolonizing Dialectics, Building the Commune, Spirals of Revolt, and World Without Police. Stay connected with the latest from New Left Radio by https://newleft.us6.list-manage.com/subscribe?u=8227a4372fe8dc22bdbf0e3db&id=e99d6c70b4 (joining our mailing list) today! _________ Support this podcast
In this week's LTW podcast, we provide another sneak-peak into the Word of Life New Testament Survey course, set to be released in January of 2022. In this audio, Dr. Ray Pritchard, Founder and President of Keep Believing ministries, provides a big picture overview and survey of the Book of James. To watch the video version visit learn.wol.org/podcast and click on the YouTube link.
In PlanningxChange Episode 82 (UBC 134), Jess Noonan and Peter Jewell interview Russell (‘Russ') Dickson a licenced land surveyor. Russ gives listeners an excellent introduction to the world of land surveying, through its culture, vocabulary, exacting requirements and the feared ‘land surveying cops'. He talks of the incredible technological changes he has experienced and offers a glimpse of the future. A profession that dates at least as far back as the ancient Egyptians, Russ talks of the highly precise measurements made by the early coastal navigators and land surveyors sent into the vast unknown. He also talks of the importance of reference points, for example sea level; these critical measurements will have much importance in measuring the impact of climate change and the public policy decisions (and expenditure) that follows. Land surveying is the ‘quiet' profession in city and regional development but whose output we all rely upon for confidence. Audio production by Jack Bavage. The episode was released on 24 August 2021. PX is proud to be a member of the UBC.
Austin shares his thoughts on how surveying a company's customers can provide valuable insight for your research phase!Time Stamped Show Notes:[0:25] - Research is critical in your job search[1:35] - Figure out your specific target groups[2:53] - Find actual people in your target groups[4:48] - Ask them these 3 specific questions[7:06] - Incorporate the responses into your application or VVPHave questions about the best ways to research a company? Text them to Austin at (201) 479-9511.Resources Mentioned In Today's Episode:VVP Starter KitShare Your Feedback:Want a free resume or LinkedIn profile review from Austin? Leave us a rating or review on iTunes to automatically be entered to win. We choose winners every week, click here to learn how to leave a review and enter to win.What should Austin talk about next? Ask a question or share your thoughts at CultivatedCulture.com/FeedbackConnect With Austin:Cultivated CultureLinkedInInstagramTry Austin's free Resume Builder, free Resume Scanner, and free Mailscoop email finder tool
In episode #1831, we give you three quick copy fixes for a better conversion rate. Whether it is by adjusting CTAs, adding in personalization, or taking action on audience surveys, these hacks will up your conversions in no time! TIME-STAMPED SHOW NOTES: [00:25] Today's topic: 3 Quick Copy Fixes For A Better Conversion Rate. [00:29] Optimizing the copy in your call to actions. [01:09] Different ways to add extra personalization. [01:25] Surveying your audience and taking action on objections. [02:21] That's it for today! [02:22] Go to marketingschool.io/live to get access to our virtual and live events. Get ad-free listening plus exclusive content with Marketing School Pro. Try for free at www.marketingschool.io/pro Links Mentioned in Today's Episode: Leave Some Feedback: What should we talk about next? Please let us know in the comments below Did you enjoy this episode? If so, please leave a short review. Connect with Us: Neilpatel.com Quick Sprout Growth Everywhere Single Grain Twitter @neilpatel Twitter @ericosiu
On August 12, 2021, the National Committee on United States-China Relations published a report based on a survey of leading American academic centers, think tanks, and NGOs on China-related issues. The survey, conducted in late 2020, was commissioned by Carnegie Corporation of New York in order to assess the state of China-focused international relations and peace and security programs in the United States. The 82 responses present a snapshot of the field in an era of global disruption, instability, and growing Sino-American tensions. In this interview, National Committee Senior Program Officer Rosie Levine explores the key findings from the report and the broader implications for the U.S.-China relationship. Read the report: https://ncuscr.news/survey
On this episode of WE Have Cancer, Oncologist Dr. Daniel shares how the free Belong.Life app is changing the lives of cancer patients and caregivers around the world. Belong.Life is both a social and professional network for managing and navigating treatments, with a mission to improve the quality of life and the quality of cancer care around the world through technology, engagement, data, and AI. Guest Biography: Dr. Daniel Vorobiof is the Medical Director of Belong.Life, creator of Belong – Beating Cancer Together, the world's largest social network and navigator app for cancer patients, caregivers, and medical professionals. He is the founder and former medical director of the Sandton Oncology Centre in Johannesburg and has published more than 120 peer-reviewed articles in international medical journals. He formerly served as an executive board member of the International Committee of ASCO. Table of Contents:The Online Cancer Community Goes Global Dr. Vorobiof explains that as a cancer patient, you have more questions than answers, and it's hard to know what to do or who to trust. Belong is a “GPS for cancer patients.” It's a social network for support and navigating the treatment of cancer. The App is Safe, Free, and Personalized Belong is an international application, it's free to use, and completely anonymous. All your private information stays private. You can choose which groups you want to be a part of in the app, according to the diagnosis you have and the circumstances that apply to you. Serving Over 300,000 Patients Worldwide Dr. Vorobiof says, “I wasn't looking for a new career in my life, but this was the opportunity for me.” In 40 years as an oncology practitioner, he estimates he treated 20,000-30,000 cancer patients. Now with Belong, he has over 300,000 patients all over the world after just four years on the app. The Comfort of Anonymity Since the app is anonymous, patients can ask questions they might be afraid or embarrassed to ask in person or with family members present at a regular doctor's visit. Plus, caregivers can be active on Belong too; an estimated 20% of the app's total 400,000 users are caregivers. Surveying the Cancer Community about COVID Vaccines Just three days after sending out a survey to the app users about how they were feeling about the COVID vaccines, Dr. Vorobiof received over 1000 quality responses. Detailed findings are still being combed through, but he says 96% of responders said they'd had the vaccine, and 4% reported they did not want to receive it. Making Sense of Clinical Trials with Belong.Life The app bridges a huge need in the cancer community in regard to clinical trials with its Clinical Match feature. Taking in a person's information (de-identified to remain anonymous), the app can match someone with any clinical trial/s they may be suited for. Bringing Community & Cancer Support to the 21st Century Receiving support on the online app is simple and intuitive. Emotional support is crucial for both patients and caregivers. Everything from education to emotional support can be found on Belong, all of which is private and anonymous. Links mentioned in the show: Check Out the Belong.Life App: https://belong.life/ (Belong.Life) Support the Child of the Month; Charlie - https://wehavecancershow.com/charlie (https://wehavecancershow.com/charlie) Subscribe to the “https://pod.link/wehavecancer (WE Have Cancer” Podcast) Follow WE Have Cancer on Social Media: Like our https://www.facebook.com/wehavecancershow/ (Facebook) page Follow us on https://twitter.com/wehavecancerpod (Twitter) Follow us on https://instagram.com/wehavecancerpod (Instagram)
On today's episode, Sterling Holmes and Matt Conner open with a discussion of the early injuries incurred this far in camp for the Chiefs and how worrisome they are. Elsewhere, we talk L'Jarius Sneed's versatility, Jody Fortson's pro chances, and Patrick Mahomes' ability to basically do anything he wants. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
For the fourth week of This Is the New Testament, our hosts talk with friend, author, and conference speaker, Jess Thompson. Surveying the books of 2 Timothy through James, the three discuss the joy of peach crumble, the many ways we can come alongside other women, and how our ultimate goal is not just knowing the Bible but knowing Christ through the Bible. Join Raechel and Amanda as they rejoice in the repeating patterns of God's love and kindness in our lives as we seek to live for Him. Read with Us: This episode corresponds to Week 4 of the She Reads Truth This Is the New Testament reading plan found on the She Reads Truth app and SheReadsTruth.com. Shop our This Is the New Testament collection at ShopSheReadsTruth.com. Show notes can be found at shereadstruth.com/podcast/this-is-the-new-testament-week-4-with-jess-thompson
In the wellbeing podcast, we have had a lot of personal experience of the pandemic, and schemes to support staff - but always we've wanted to know if there's research which can tell us how universal those experiences have been. In this podcast, Abi and Cat are joined by Danielle Lamb, senior research fellow at University College London, and Sam Gnanapragasam, clinical fellow in psychiatry at South London and the Maudsley NHS Trust. Danielle and Sam are both investigators on NHS Check - a representative survey of NHS staff about their mental wellbeing during covid-19. https://nhscheck.org/
Gemma Murphy has been a Mine Surveyor for over 25 years and is now the Operations Manager at Mine Survey Plus. She has been there and done it all and done it everywhere. Awesome yarn about the what Surveying was and where it is heading with all the new and exciting technology. Plenty of laughs and plenty of knowledge in this yarn. Make sure you check out Mine Survey Plus at https://minesurveyplus.com/. They can hook you up with all the wizz bang Survey technology such as: Gyroscopic theodolites C-ALS (Cavity automated laser scanning system) CMS (Cavity Monitoring Systems) Drones GPS One man total stations They can also provide technical solutions for: Large scale underground resurveys Shaft Surveys Aerial Surveys Cavity Surveys Grid establishment on exploration projects Surveyors for secondments
Trent talks about his path into the Surveying profession, and encourages those (including his daughter) who wish to be the next generation of surveyors to “learn a lot, and take your time” through the various steps required for licensure, and to never stop learning. He is a proponent of the 4-year degree plus experience requirement. Trent also discusses his passion for mentoring, and the Mentoring Mondays sessions he hosts.
After what we experienced with the Covid pandemic, a lot of us are still recovering from the economic impact but some are already looking ahead and putting Financial Defenses in play to prepare for the next period of uncertainty. Surveying 2300 adults in 2021, 58% of Americans say they are in "Financial Recovery Mode". When asked what was their best defense was against future economic uncertainty, the two main answers were having a Contingency Fund (some call it an Emergency fund but I feel that subconsciously that can cause you to actually create an emergency) or savings (30%), and having a financial plan (27%). Even so, only 14% of those in financial recovery mode are looking more than 5 years out, compared to 24% planning month to month. Seems like us Americans are still thinking too short term and often are more centered around life events like saving for a wedding or other short-term expenses. Instead, a longer term view should also be considered. Please think about implementing, as soon as possible, at least these five financial defenses that can help you build wealth and prepare you for any other future economic uncertainty. 1) Prioritize your Savings - Having a Contingency Saving account is crucial for your financial future. The survey found personal savings increased 10% with an average of $73,100. Some experts recommend you should save between 6 to 12 months worth of expenses in your Contingency Savings account. Be careful not to have the temptation to say 'yes' to everything like going out to eat, concerts and vacations. Be reasonable. Be responsible. 2) Pay Down Debt - Paying down high interest cards is a must. The interest charged should be perceived like a ROI when it comes to the decision of savings versus paying off debt. You have two options in paying off debt. The "snowball method" - pay down debt with the lowest balances first. The 'avalanche method" - where you first pay down the highest APR first. 3) Get Your Credit Score up - Your financial life depends on having a good credit score. The better the score the easier it is to get loans and lines of credit and it definitely helps lower the interest rate on those loans. This can save you more money for you to use for saving. Ways to improve your credit score include paying your bills timely, lowering your credit card utilization ratio (keep below 30%, 10% is better) and monitoring your score for errors. FICO breakdown - Factors that impact your credit score: 35% Payment history. 30% Utilization. 15% Length of credit history. 10% New credit. 10% Credit mix. 4) Save for Retirement - Knowing it is sometimes hard to think about when you have more immediate financial goals but saving for your retirement should be more like a mindset and look at as a way of creating wealth accumulation. Think of it as where your money is there to create more money. Einstein once said, "Compound interest is the eighth wonder of the world. He who understands it, earns it. He who doesn't, pays it". Someone investing at 25 needs to invest much less money to reach $1 million by retirement. Assuming a 7% annual return, compounded monthly, with a retirement age of 67, someone at 25 only needs to save $330 a month versus $475 a month if you are 30, versus $700 a month if you are 35 and $1,045 a month if you are 40 years old. 5) Get Insured - Do not overlook the need for insurance like long-term care, medical, auto and even umbrella insurance to protect your assets. Having these insurances can act as a safety net and help you avoid surprise expenses that can deplete your assets or put you in debt. Given what we all went through recently with the pandemic, it is a good time to reflect on your priorities for the future. Let's consider focusing on all of these defenses we discussed so that we can have a great life during retirement.
One of the wonderful qualities about Christianity is that it's timeless. The Bible (God's Word) has never changed, it has been, is, and will be true forever. The message is simple and complex, the lessons are practical and abstract, it is easy enough for a child to understand and has depths deeper than the most brilliant theologian could ever hope to plumb. Although Christianity never changes, unfortunately "Christians" do. Surveying the landscape of the world, the number of denominations available seem infinite, the disagreements and debates seem endless. And that brings us to you... Do you know what you believe? Do you know why you believe what you believe? Do you practice what you believe because you know it's right, because you stand on the rock of Christ, firm in your convictions? Or, sadly, as many do, are you standing on the shifting sands of what your parents or culture told you to think, are you going through the motions with no idea what those motions mean or why you do them? Join Pastor Jason as he relays the truth of God's Word with regard to your beliefs. We must be firm, planted, grounded, unmoving in our beliefs, and we can only do that if we know what we believe and why, and then act according to the unshakeable truth of scripture. Reverend Jason Robbins Highlawn Baptist Church (www.HighlawnBaptistChurch.org) Today's Scriptures: Ephesians 2:8 NIV Ephesians 4:1-6 NIV Ephesians 4:11-16 NIV Acts 17:10-12 NIV Matthew 7:24-27 NIV 2 Timothy 1:11-12 NIV 2 Corinthians 5:17 NIV Matthew 16:24-25 NIV Romans 10:9-10 NIV Morning Service July 11, 2021 If you feel led to support our ministry, you can find us on Tithe.ly. You can either click here to create an account and give online, or you can download the app for Apple or Android. (Note: use the "green" app). Create an account and search for "Highlawn Baptist Church" in "Saint Albans, WV". Thank you! FIND US ON YOUTUBE! Sunday Morning sermons (as well as this sermon) can be found by searching for "Highlawn Baptist" on YouTube, or by clicking here. Live Streams of Sunday morning services can also be found on YouTube at about 11:00 AM, every Sunday. Subscribe and "ring the bell" for our YouTube page to be alerted when the live stream starts! We've now added live streams of our Wednesday evening "Journey Through the Bible" lessons! Join us at 7:00 to walk through the Bible from Genesis to Revelation. PROGRAMMING NOTE: THE "JOURNEY THROUGH THE BIBLE" SERIES WILL BE TAKING A BREAK OVER THE SUMMER. Join us again in August when we restart the series! As with this podcast - Subscribe, Like, and Share our YouTube channel to help us get the message of the Good News out to a world in need of hope!
Gartner is known for its tracking of technologies through peaks, valleys and the trough of disillusionment. Where are electric vehicles and autonomous vehicles on this spectrum? Michael Ramsey, Vice President of Automotive and Smart Mobility at Gartner speaks with FreightWaves Journalist Sebastian Blanco in this fireside chat.Follow FreightWaves on Apple PodcastsFollow FreightWaves on SpotifyMore FreightWaves Podcasts
Gartner is known for its tracking of technologies through peaks, valleys and the trough of disillusionment. Where are electric vehicles and autonomous vehicles on this spectrum? Michael Ramsey, Vice President of Automotive and Smart Mobility at Gartner speaks with FreightWaves Journalist Sebastian Blanco in this fireside chat.Follow FreightWaves on Apple PodcastsFollow FreightWaves on SpotifyMore FreightWaves Podcasts
This episode of “Surveyor Says! The NSPS Podcast” highlights the Certified Survey Technician (CST) program during a conversation with Norm Ellerbrock, a CST Board member. He recently sat down with Tim Burch to talk about his introduction into surveying, starting his own business, and how mentoring is important to teaching the future practitioners. Norm provides an overview of the program, the pathway to certification on two tracks to four levels, and preparation for taking a CST exam. He also shares the importance having CST employees for an advantage as a business owner in both experience and prequalification for certain projects. Norm also shared how to become a proctor for potential exam takers as well as finding a proctor if an applicant cannot find one. If you are interested in giving back to the profession and future surveyors, then CST could be your answer! The CST Board is looking for future members to help administer, grade, and review test questions for our future technicians. For more information, go to cstnsps.com for more information. And stay tuned for more great episodes of “Surveyor Says!” The NSPS Podcast.
Using Drone Surveying for Small Properties Today's show is about using drone surveying for really small properties. Our caller for today, Jerry wishes to survey small properties with drones. But, is this even feasible? While surveying with drones might be a cost-effective for large tracts of land, can you use this new-age technology for smaller properties as well? We cover the basics of photogrammetry, and share some great tips to help you grow and scale your drone surveying business in today's show. Thanks for the great question, Jerry. Fly Safe! Get Your Biggest and Most Common Drone Certificate Questions Answered by Downloading this FREE Part 107 PDF Enjoy! Make sure to get yourself the all-new Drone U landing pad! Get your questions answered: https://thedroneu.com/. If you enjoy the show, the #1 thing you can do to help us out is to subscribe to it on iTunes. Can we ask you to do that for us real quick? While you're there, leave us a 5-star review, if you're inclined to do so. Thanks! https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/ask-drone-u/id967352832. Become a Drone U Member. Access to over 30 courses, great resources, and our incredible community. Follow Us Site – https://thedroneu.com/ Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/droneu Instagram – https://instagram.com/thedroneu/ Twitter – https://twitter.com/thedroneu YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/c/droneu Timestamps Things that drone pilots should know BEFORE making a foray into the surveying industry Why drone surveying is here to stay Today's question is about using drone surveying for really small properties Challenges that drone pilots face when flying in a city like Houston Back to the basics - understanding the fundamentals of photogrammetry What are the tasks for a surveyor and the challenges involved How to grow and scale your surveying business How to use LiDAR to map an area with dense vegetation Some great business tips to wrap up this show
Throughout the many years that ACSM, and now NSPS, has been an active member of the International Federation of Surveyors (FIG), John Hohol has been a primary leader of the NSPS delegation. John joins host Curt Sumner to talk about the importance, and benefit, of the relationships developed with our international peers. Among his many accomplishments in FIG is the role he played in the formation of its Foundation which raises funds to secure a sustainable future for surveyors throughout the world.
Brian Robertson, P.E., LEED AP Principal BG Buildingworks In this episode, Brian Robertson gives an inside look at what it is like to serve on a state board of professional licensure in the United States. He has been a licensed professional engineer in Colorado since 1999 and is a past chair of the Colorado State Board of Licensure for Architects, Professional Engineers, and Professional Land Surveyors. He is a principal at BG Buildingworks, where he oversees the Fort Collins office and the electrical and lighting teams for the company. Robertson also serves as President-Elect for NCEES and will take over as president in August 2021.
For the fiftieth episode artist and longtime collaborator Bryn Gleason is taking the helm and asking listener submitted questions. Sam and I offer behind the scenes insight into the shows background, how we adjusted during the lockdown period, what we look for in collaboration beers and projects, and what future content listeners may expect. Big thanks to everyone who listens weekly, those who encouraged us to take the plunge, and folks that have opted to support us financially on our Ko-Fi page. Here's to 50 more! Find Heavy Hops: Website (Listen to all episodes and access detailed show notes!) Facebook Instagram Twitter Support The Show By Donating Episode Art and HH Logo By: Bryn Gleason Please Subscribe to our podcast via your preferred listening platform. Rate and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts to help others find us! Support The Show By Donating. Give the gift of HH by sharing our episodes on social media! Small actions such as these go a long way in helping others find us!
In today's program, we continue the second part of a two-part series on the book of Ephesians. Professor Katulka will provide you with an understanding of the big picture of this incredible book.
Greg Smith is joined by Nebraska Preps writer Steve Marik to give you the breakdown on the Sixers implosion led by Ben Simmons, the explosion of local football talent in Nebraska and much more in the latest episode of the Straight Up Breakdown podcast. Please follow, rate and review our podcast! Follow me on twitter @gregsmithhv Email me at email@example.com A Hurrdat Media Production. Hurrdat Media is a digital media and commercial video production company based in Omaha, NE. Find more podcasts on the Hurrdat Media Network and l
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Reported by Higher Ed Dive, Florida's legislature has approved a bill requiring their state's public colleges to administer an annual survey designed to gauge student and staff perceptions regarding their own freedom of expression.
Welcome to our first podcast! This week on “In the Spotlight,” Jeanne and Kathleen recap the end-of-session madness in Springfield and get to the bottom line on the state budget with Ted Dabrowski. Also, Daily Caller Sues Lori Lightfoot Over Racism, the Changing Narrative on COVID's Origin and The Good News: HB2789 Stopped in the Senate
The Milwaukee Bucks will probably draw the Brooklyn Nets in the second round of the 2021 NBA Playoffs, but because the Nets and every other NBA team was unable to finish off their opponent in 4 games like the Bucks were, there are technically still 15 teams vying for the title. Rohan Katti and Ti Windisch looked around the league at all of them in order of who the Bucks would see next, evaluating who is the most likely to advance and the most dangerous based off the first four games in each series. The Gyro Step Podcast Network is proud to call Blue Wire's network of podcasts home. You can follow Rohan and Ti and the Gyro Step itself on Twitter, and send either of them a screenshot of you listening or rating and reviewing the pod to get in the Gyro Group discord! You also can (and should!) follow Adam, Jordan, and the Win In 6 podcast on Twitter as well!To make your own (fictitious) investments, check out the Bucks Stock Market, and always been in mind we are NOT financial advisors and not talking real investments here on the Gyro Step.
As Americans, we have the opportunity to stand on the shoulders of those who have gone before us and this gives us the advantage to survey the times from the height of their perspective. Our country was built on core values and founded on the divine institutions of freedom, marriage, family and nationalism. These values act as a rudder to keep us on course. Your family and your church are where you develop your norms and standards. The rudder on America, our guiding force is gone. We are floating helplessly and about to crash on the rocks. Your spiritual life is the drift sock that can slow down our descent as a nation. To regain control we must Recognize we have lost our rudder from turning away from God. We must Realize our position both nationally and personally and Recover our destiny. “If My people will humble themselves and turn away from their wicked ways, seek My face and pray, I will hear, I will answer, I will heal their land” (2 Chron 7:14). If we Recover our destiny we can Reap the rewards God has promised. Full Transcript: https://rhem.pub/surveying-times-7a6050 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/rick-hughes/message
How Do You Handle Conflict In The Workplace Let me paint a picture for you... you walk into work, look to your left and the admin won't lock eyes with you. You walk into the break room to grab a donut, no one's talking in there. You sit down at the team meeting and it's quiet as everyone is looking at their phones. What happened to our team? We used to laugh a ton and all get along, but for some reason, we can't seem to move past all of this conflict. Does that scenario sound familiar at all? Ok, maybe it's a bit dramatic. Maybe everyone's not avoiding each other's stares. But, I don't think I'm that far off. Are there situations that are off-limits to talk about? Maybe jokes that are a bit too close to home and when they're made everyone kind of awkwardly laughs? Maybe there's that suggestion at the meeting for the boss and you start to see some steam leaking out of one of his ears? I don't know what it looks like in your business, but I know one of the constants in every business is conflict! So, how do we typically deal with conflict if, and when, it comes up? Most people do one of 3 things... ignore it, take it on too directly and run over everyone in their path, or take it on just enough to make it go away in the moment, but never fully deal with it. I've actually seen this with multiple businesses I've worked with recently. There's always that one person the owner says, “Oh, well, I can't say that to them.” My response is always, “Why not?” We go back and forth for a bit, but it almost always comes back to conflict that was ignored and never dealt with. It's created this “No Fly Zone” that everyone steers clear of and has to walk on eggshells around. Or maybe you take it on too aggressively. Maybe you, as boss or supervisor, shut it down immediately, raise your voice and humiliate the person in front of the team. Proving you're the alpha and they are not, But what did you do in that situation? You lost all chance of them ever wanting to follow your leadership willingly. You bred discontentment and resentment in the workspace and a culture of shame. That's NOT what we're going for. You see when conflict happens, and it inevitably does... most of us react. We move past it or move in too quickly. We have a knee-jerk reaction based in emotion that we normally regret later on and realize that it was in no way productive for our team or our business. Instead (React or Respond), we should focus on responding. Surveying the issue at hand in the conflict, analyzing the best response, keeping emotion at bay, and dealing with it in a level-headed manner. This React VS Respond battle is waging a war in our country right now. Typically something happens and everyone jumps on one side or the other of an issue before taking any facts into consideration. They React... and whoever shouts the loudest gets heard. What our business needs is time spent responding. Thoughtfully, to whatever happens. There's a great verse in the Book of James in the Bible. It says this…” Everyone should be quick to listen, slow to speak, and slow to become angry.” “Everyone should be quick to listen, slow to speak, and slow to become angry.” Now, I don't know about you, but how many of you, if someone asked your friends or coworkers about you, think that those words would be used to describe you? I'd wager not many of us. No, so often we're the exact opposite. We're caught in this Reaction mode of never truly listening because we're too busy thinking about our rebuttal or thinking about how we're going to respond. So we never hear the other sides thoughts to be able to empathize. Slow to speak? Come on Thomas I have things to say! I'm the boss, I've earned the right. Well, yes that's partly true. You've earned the right to respond in a healthy way that builds your team up. Not to just berate and belittle out of emotion. Slow to become angry? “Well, you don't know what they did. You just don't get it. You don't know what their mistake cost me!” That's true... I don't. But I do know that our businesses are made up of people, that represent families and they deserve to be treated as such. Quick to listen, slow to speak, and slow to become angry. Man, I can't help but think that if we adopted those words right there, our businesses would culturally change almost overnight. Now, here's something I get really often... especially with the popularity rising of things like the Enneagram or the DISC profile tests. I'll hear people say, “Thomas, I can't help it that's just the way I'm wired. I'm an 8, a challenger, you know?” Or “I'm a D on the disc profile, so I'm just direct!” Look, being an 8 on the Enneagram or a D on the disc does not give you permission to be a jerk. It just doesn't. Learn some self-control and watch your employees and coworkers respect for you grow. When they know you could blow up, but you choose to respond, man that's next-level leadership. Or on the flip side…” Thomas you don't get it, I'm a 9 on the enneagram. I'm just a peacemaker...I can't say that! I don't have it in me.” Well being a peacemaker doesn't mean you can shy away from leadership. It means that for the betterment of your team, sometimes you have to respond and have hard conversations and not just internalize it. It's what your team needs. So, where is conflict crippling your team? Are you ignoring it and pretending it's not there? Are you going over the top and steamrolling everyone? Or maybe doing just enough to sweep it under the rug and hope it goes away on its own? That's no way to lead. Are you someone who Reacts? Or someone who takes their time, surveys the facts, and responds in a way that leads your team towards a healthy conflict resolution? I know conflict is coming. Choose to Respond the right way and I promise you the culture will change for the positive and the workplace will be an enjoyable place to come every day. Hey, thanks for listening! I hope you'll take a minute to subscribe to our YouTube channel and Podcast. We have 4 coaches adding content to that every week now, so enjoy! Have a great weekend...
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Surveying culture today, it's pretty obvious that we're an incredibly divided, isolated society. And one of the resounding themes in this postmodern era has been around the search for truth. Why does this matter? What's at stake? Freedom, actually. Jesus said, "And you will know the Truth, and the Truth will set you free." Joining us today for this pivotal conversation is lead singer and founder of the 12-time platinum-selling band, Skillet, John Cooper. If you enjoyed this episode with John, I'm sure you'll also enjoy: 208: Lisa Bevere on The Cure for Systemic Fear and How to Experience Longevity in Life 213: Lecrae on Discovering Your True Self After Trauma, Plastic Platitudes, and His Untold Story of Restoration Episode Links: John's Website | Instagram | Facebook | YouTube | Buy a copy of the book on Amazon! Subscribe to #WinTodayShow on YouTube. Join the conversation wherever hashtags are welcome using #WinTodayShow.