Collaborative effort of a team to achieve a common goal
At The Table with Patrick Lencioni
Sometimes an apology is necessary. This week, Pat, Cody, Tracy and Beau discuss forgiveness, and why the ability to apologize and forgive is essential for building trust on a team. To check out the 5 Dysfunctions of a Team Assessment: tinyurl.com/5dysfunctionsofateamassessment To listen to the Working Genius Podcast: tinyurl.com/workinggeniuspodcast
(Part 17 of 30) Blue-Collar Leadership & Teamwork: 30 Traits of High Impact Players...Ch. 17 Be Helpful: What you do reveals who you are.
Chip Baker- The Success Chronicles
In this session we highlight author and speaker Thomas Williams. He just released his new book DIG. Discover Your Depth, Determination and Destiny Through Adversity.Thomas R. Williams is the author of Permission to DREAM, The Relentless Pursuit of Greatness and DIG, Professional Speaker, NFL Player Engagement Ambassador, and Philanthropist.As a professional speaker Mr. Williams is a member of The Jon Gordon Speaking team and communicates with great passion and purpose on “The Energy Bus” and “Training Camp.” He impacts his audiences by helping them create a successful vision which leads them to greatness.One of Thomas' main passions is coaching both college and professional athletes on the inevitable transition to life beyond the scoreboard. He is driven by his mantra, “Athletes are great people first, who just so happen to be great athletes. Greatness may have started with sports but it doesn't end when you retire… GREATNESS is a lifestyle.” Thomas serves as an NFL Player Engagement Ambassador, teaching college student athletes about character, leadership and the NFL evaluation process.When Thomas isn't traveling the globe impacting lives, he is serving as the Director of “Pursuits of Greatness.” His nonprofit was developed to help college student athletes prepare for life after their playing career, by giving them custom tailored suits once the athlete has exhausted all athletic eligibility. This symbol of professionalism represents a new uniform that an athlete has retired, and is transitioning to their life of GREATNESS.In 2008 Thomas graduated from the University of Southern California with a degree in Sociology. Nicknamed The Hitman, Thomas was a captain on USC's football team where he and his Trojan teammates had a record of 59-6. They won 2 National Championships and 3 Rose Bowls.Selected 155th overall in the 2008 NFL Draft Thomas played 5 years in the NFL, where he was not just focused on winning and competing, but rather mastering TEAMWORK, MENTAL TOUGHNESS and LEADERSHIP.In 2012 after a career ending neck injury, Thomas transitioned from a game changer to a life changer, helping people tackle obstacles and finding their winning solutions.@T_Williams56 @trw_permissiontodream www.thomasrwilliams.com Social Media Links Youtube Channel youtube.com/c/ChipBakerTheSuccessChronicles LinkedIn http://linkedin.com/in/chipbakerthesuccesschronicles Facebook- Profile https://www.facebook.com/tscchipbaker Facebook- Page facebook.com/chipbakertsc Instagram https://www.instagram.com/chipbakertsc/ Twitter twitter.com/chipbaker19 TikTok tiktok.com/@chipbakertsc Linktree https://linktr.ee/ChipBakerTSC Online Store http://chip-baker-the-success-chronicles.square.site/ Chip Baker- The Success Chronicles Podcast https://anchor.fm/chip-baker
In our culture, when we think of examples of leadership bravery, we often think of huge risk and very heroic images. Hollywood reinforces this with movies like Sully, about a pilot that landed his plane on the Hudson River, or war movies—really, too many to even name. And business TED Talks and articles likewise focus on turnaround artists or grandiose start-ups.Once we set aside the fictionalized accounts of gutsy leadership, how do we know what bravery in leadership really looks like? Our guest today, leadership coach and author Nicole Bianchi, argues for something more real and within the reach of every single leader: the next small brave move.What could that look like for us as child abuse professionals? For our organizations? And for our multidisciplinary teams? And how might we change ourselves and our agencies and the system for kids by making successive small brave moves?Topics in this episode:Origin story (1:34)Bravery is an acquired behavior (3:19)The top three fears (5:22)Examples of small brave moves (9:15)The process (15:16)When a small brave move doesn't go well (25:30)The table read (prepare!) (27:16)Working with teams (37:13)What's next for Nicole (40:28)Nicole at NCA's Leadership Conference (43:32)Links:Nicole Bianchi is a founding partner at Bravium HD, where she is a professional speaker, facilitator, and master coach designing and facilitating transformational workshops in leadership, team alignment, and culture-building Nicole's book is Small Brave Moves: Learn Why Little Acts of Bravery Are the Key to Life-Changing Leadership; her second book, about leaders learning to have tough conversations, will be released in August 2023She will give the closing keynote speech at the 2023 NCA Leadership Conference, June 5-7, 2023, in Washington, D.C.For more information about National Children's Alliance and the work of Children's Advocacy Centers, visit our website at NationalChildrensAlliance.org. Or visit our podcast website at OneInTenPodcast.org. And join us on Facebook at One in Ten podcast.Support the showDid you like this episode? Please leave us a review on Apple Podcasts.
The Working Genius Podcast with Patrick Lencioni
There's a clear difference between W, I, D and G, E, T. This week, Pat, Cody, Tracy and Beau discuss a new way to look at the Working Genius model.
At The Table with Patrick Lencioni
Courage is more valuable than knowledge. This week, the team discusses some of Pat's most recent thoughts about people and teams.
In this episode, Baylor shares a story about a friend who's into dancing and struggled to learn the Argentine tango due to its unique culture and style. Baylor draws lessons from the experience and applies them to life, encouraging listeners to be open to different opportunities and to trust themselves to lean into their goals. Baylor emphasizes the importance of teamwork and trusting others to achieve big goals. He encourages listeners to lean into their dreams, trust themselves, and be open to different opportunities and ways of achieving their goals. Learning the Argentine Tango [00:00:52] Learning the Argentine Tango and the unique culture and style that comes with it. Opportunities may look different [00:01:35] Baylor encourages listeners to be open to different opportunities and to trust themselves to lean into their goals, even if they look different than expected. Teamwork and Trust [00:03:41] Baylor references a quote from TD Jakes' book, "Disruptive Thinking," about the importance of teamwork and trusting others to achieve worthwhile goals. Leaning into the turn [00:06:25] Baylor uses the analogy of runners leaning into a turn to encourage listeners to lean into their goals and be open to different ways of achieving them. Teamwork and trust [no timestamp given] Baylor references TD Jakes' book, "Disruptive Thinking," and emphasizes the importance of teamwork and trusting others to achieve worthwhile goals. Leaning into our dreams [no timestamp given] Baylor encourages listeners to trust themselves and lean into their dreams, believing that the hard work and foundation they have set will help them achieve their goals.
John T. Meyer built more than just a business to work for. John and the other co-founders of Lemonly built a teamwork culture that brought success to table. John T. Meyer is a seasoned leader who is passionate about inspiring others to be their best selves. With more than 15 years of experience in leadership roles, John has learned on the job by taking risks, making mistakes, and challenging himself and his teams to improve every day. Currently, John is the Executive Director of Leadership South Dakota, where he is dedicated to developing the next generation of leaders in South Dakota. In addition to his work with Leadership SD, John is also the founder of January, a coaching company where he helps founders grow and scale their businesses. John is perhaps best known for co-founding Lemonly in 2011, a design firm that has worked with some of the world's most recognizable brands, including Netflix, Marriott, Major League Baseball, and Google. As CEO of Lemonly, John fostered a strong company culture that gained regional and national attention, making it one of the best places to work in the Midwest. When he's not working, John enjoys spending time with his wife Paige Pearson Meyer and being a proud girl dad to Margot and Liv. He's also an avid runner, traveler, and always on the lookout for the next big idea. Highlights from Episode: 3 outgoing podcasters actually start the episode around 3:30 Building Lemonly from a basement The transition from Business Owner to Entrepreneur The consequences of selling your business Finding or recreating identity Transition to Leadership South Dakota "Be someone's cheerleader." How to create culture NEW SEGMENT, Guest asks a question This episode is sponsored by: Origin Health (https://www.originhealthsf.com/) Meadowland Financial (https://meadowlandfinancialgroup.com/) --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/mandate/message
Retire With Purpose: The Retirement Podcast
Today, I'm talking to former Pittsburgh Steelers running back Robert “Rocky” Bleier. Rocky is a 4x Super Bowl champion, the Bronze Star Medal and Purple Heart recipient, and the author of Fighting Back: The Rocky Bleier Story and Don't Fumble Your Retirement. Rocky has made a massive impact on people's lives as a parent, grandparent, serviceman, and Pittsburgh Steeler–and it was an honor to talk to him today in anticipation of his upcoming speech at his alma mater, Notre Dame. In our conversation, we get into the big lessons Rocky learned about teamwork and leadership from his college football days at Notre Dame, how his experience in the army translated to his life in the NFL, and how we build a legacy through our actions–and what we teach–for future generations. GET A FREE COPY OF ROCKY'S BOOK, FIGHTING BACK: THE ROCKY BLEIER STORY Here's all you have to do... Step 1.) Subscribe to the podcast and leave an honest rating & review over on iTunes. Step 2.) Text BOOK, that's BOOK to 866-482-9559 for a link to our book request page, complete the form and we will ship you the book for free. It's that simple! In this podcast interview, you'll learn: How the fundamentals for successful football teams translate into fundamentals for success in life. Why it's so important to take care of the basics–both financially, and in who you are. Rocky's story of being drafted in the NFL by the Pittsburgh Steelers and then by the US Army in his first NFL season and how he handled it. How Rocky survived getting cut after coming back from Vietnam too weak to play football, transformed his mind and body, and broke into his team's starting lineup. Taking care of the basics and laying a solid foundation will make the challenges in life (and business) easier. Show Notes: RetireWithPurpose.com/364 Rate & Review the Podcast: RetireWithPurpose.com/review Sign Up to Casey's Weekend Reading Email! Sifting through the copious amount of conflicting financial advice and retirement information can be daunting - but it doesn't have to be! Each week, Casey makes it super easy. He hand-picks 4 of the most important articles you need to read, that are beneficial to you whether you're at, near, or in retirement! If you want them sent straight to your inbox, sign up by visiting RetireWithPurpose.com/weekend-reading
(Part 16 of 30) Blue-Collar Leadership & Teamwork: 30 Traits of High Impact Players...Ch. 16 Be Approachable: Who you know determines where you go.
Antonella Pisani talks about how teamwork and cross-channel collaboration unlock digital marketing growth Episode 954: How Teamwork and Cross-Channel Collaboration Unlock Digital Marketing Growth by Antonella Pisani Antonella brings more than 24 years of digital experience with a focus on e-commerce leadership and digital marketing. Prior to starting Eyeful, she held VP and SVP roles at companies including Proflowers, Guitar Center, JCPenney, and Fossil. Antonella is an avid traveler and photographer, with a particular passion for visiting places off the beaten path including Antarctica, Easter Island, Bhutan and the Arctic. She is fluent in Spanish, Portuguese and knows enough French and Italian to get by with locals. She's based in Dallas, TX, and is a member of both The North Texas Food Bank Advisory Council, and the Dwell with Dignity Board of Directors. The original post can be found here: https://www.eyefulmedia.com/blog/digital-marketing-teamwork Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com Interested in advertising on the show? Visit https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalStartUpDaily Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
ITSPmagazine | Technology. Cybersecurity. Society
Guest: Christian Hyatt, CEO & Co-Founder at risk3sixty [@risk3sixty]On LinkedIn | https://www.linkedin.com/in/christianhyatt/On Twitter | https://twitter.com/risk3sixtyHost: Phillip WylieOn ITSPmagazine
Our guest today is Jennifer Krippner who is Chief Experience Officer (CXO), at the Institute for Healthcare Excellence (IHE). Jennifer has over 20 years of healthcare leadership experience, and as the CXO she leads health organizations to create work cultures that embraces trust, respect, compassion, and teamwork. In her position, she partners with healthcare leaders, physicians, nurses, and caregivers to design and deliver customized programs and solutions that address their specific needs to improve their quality of services.At HealthCare UnTold, we like to explore and celebrate pioneering forms of leadership and service that improve the care for our vulnerable communities. Listen in to her inspiring story!
Have you ever wished there was a way to make your family work better together as a team? Our guest, Hilary Kinney, is an award-winning blogger and author of the non-fiction book Project Management for Parents. She wrote this guide to teamwork and organization during the pandemic, to help families reduce stress and streamline life at home. In today's episode, we discuss…What exactly is project management in the first placeHow processes, routines, systems, and strategy is critical in project management and critical at homeThe benefits and improved communication from intentional processesHow to make things simple, easy, and fastHow to build your “family team”Deciding how you want to work as a family and creating a mission statementChecking in on how things are working as a whole familyGetting input from the family to improve the way you work togetherFinding your family prioritiesRealizing your limits like time and energyBrainstorming what you can dial down to make daily life easierUnderstanding what works for your familyThe magical post-it note trick (you will definitely want this!)For the show notes and all the links mentioned in today's episode, head to secretsofsupermom.com/122.Stay connected!www.secretsofsupermom.comSecrets of Supermom on FacebookSecrets of Supermom on Instagram
Welcome to our enlightening conversation with Lance Loya, a renowned motivational speaker, esteemed author, and expert in team building. In this riveting episode, Lance delves deep into his unique approach to transforming business environments through fostering a culture of cooperation and shared growth.Lance explains his entrepreneurial journey and the dynamics of his revenue generation through speaking engagements, book sales, and coaching assignments. He shares valuable insights on how bringing an outside perspective can drastically impact a growing business and the significance of reciprocal value in business partnerships.Drawing from his background in sports, Lance outlines the importance of routine and discipline in achieving one's goals. He provides an intimate view of his daily routine and how it contributes to his productivity and success.He then shifts the focus to the necessity of business flexibility, highlighting its role in enabling entrepreneurs to adapt to unexpected situations and thrive amid challenges. He likens this agility to the flexibility athletes require to prevent injuries and maintain balance.Lance also shares about his popular books, including the 'We Gear' series and 'Teammate Tuesday' series. He discusses the power of storytelling in learning and how his books leverage this to deliver impactful lessons.Join us as Lance Loya unveils the secrets of successful entrepreneurship and teaches us the art of being a great teammate. Whether you're an aspiring entrepreneur, a business leader, or someone interested in personal growth, this episode is packed with invaluable lessons and unique perspectives. Don't miss out!
What transforms home energy for you?Family team effort? Teamwork at home?Team sounds so cringey ick, yet.. it's the only true way for balance, peace and connection to your mutual space.. and let's face it.. sanity:)..What can you let go of.. in how you are doing family and shared space and more:)COMING THIS MONTH:Fertility over 40 Journey (or struggling)? Join me for my monthly live Topic+Q and A: May 19, 2023 @10AM PSThttps://www.youtube.com/live/zaZ4ifx3mFs?feature=shareWANT TO SUPPORT this podcast? https://www.buzzsprout.com/222253/supportI'm here to move you from “madness” to “made this!” Creating the life, family and work that moves you beyond “it's not possible” to full access to joy and health.WORKING WITH FERTILITY? FREE Fertility Meditation: https://mailchi.mp/00ddad27abb2/freefertilitymeditation223Instagram and Tik tok: @arielgreenandersson*Looking to get pregnant over 40? https://bit.ly/2ZbPSdk *Experienced pregnancy loss? I have a little something for you.. https://bit.ly/2HB7uJH______________IMPERFECT PARENTING:*Free parenting meditation*https://mailchi.mp/965b821ebde2/imperfectparentingfreeminimeditation1 Free parent de-stress tips:http://bit.ly/34TmARwInstagram: @Ip_parenting Tik tok @imperfectparentingariel Website:https://imperfectparenting.netWrite me: Ariel@imperfectparenting.net______
What does the world of work look like in a communist country, and what can that teach us about org health? This week, Pat and Beau are joined by our friend and colleague Joel, to learn about his story and his experiences living in and leaving Cuba.
The Tension of Emergence: Befriending the discomfort and pleasure of slowing down & letting go of control, to lead and thrive
Our identities are beautiful, resilient and dynamic. But sometimes, our attachment to them can contribute to unhealthy polarization. In this episode Jennifer talks with facilitator, advisor, and author Gabe Wilson about how to relate more fluidly to our multiple identities with this question: what do you stand for?As an African American/Brazilian Gabe shares pivotal life experiences that clarified his own answer. He reveals how he created more freedom and fairness inside himself and his transformational conflict work. He shares- Two key principles to overcoming tension and conflictWhy trust is an important outcome (but unnecessary requirement) of risky conversationsHow to uncover bigger identities that can help solve our hardest problemsJoin Jennifer and Gabe for a heart-opening conversation on how to relate to our identities to create more fairness and freedom. Links & resources—Learn more about Gabe Wilson and his work Discover Compassionate Conversations- the book and trainingsFollow Jennifer on Instagram or LinkedIn and get her newsletter by subscribing here Gratitude for this show's theme song Inside the House, composed by the talented musician, multi-instrumentalist and sound artist Jordy Walker.
Business Problems Solved Podcast
The creation of this mini-series has forced Lee to distil the complications of his chosen topics down to 3 easy to understand, most important points and in this episode, he is concentrating on Leadership. This time our 3 are Vision, Communication and Teamwork. KEY TAKEAWAYS Set a clear understandable direction. This creates motivation, passion and a shared target. The importance that people are clear on the messages that you deliver. Just because your team ‘works' doesn't mean you've got teamwork. BEST MOMENTS ‘Your ability to set a clear direction, one that is engaging, one that is motivating, and fundamentally one that people can resonate with.' ‘Truly, the art of communication is what's been heard, not what's been said, and I think what we need to do as leaders is truly understand what has been heard not just what we have said.' ‘How effective are you at creating teamwork? Encouraging and helping people to sacrifice their own personal goals for those of the team?' VALUABLE RESOURCES Business Problems Solved Podcast ABOUT THE HOST For the last 15 years, I have been a multi-sector internal or external business improvement consultant, building the improved capability of individuals, teams and businesses. In my spare time, I enjoy spending time with my two young children Jack & India. I also enjoy listening to and reading business & personal development material. Lee Houghton is “THE Business Problem Solver”, a Management Consultant, CX Specialist and Keynote Speaker. CONTACT METHOD You can contact Lee Houghton on 07813342194 Lee@leehoughton.com https://www.linkedin.com/in/lhoughton/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Rob and Rachel are group leaders in the HealingStrong community! After Rob became a stage 4 prostate cancer thriver, they heard about HealingStrong and knew this is where God has led them to serve. Deciding to treat Rob's cancer without surgery, radiation, or chemotherapy turned Rob's cancer journey into their new hobby! Learning about holistic therapies, diet changes, fasting, and following God's direction, gave Rob the miracle healing of no evidence of disease in 2021. This healing has given them purpose and the opportunity to make sure others know about the HealingStrong community and that they are not alone. Rachel loves sharing how important diet changes can help in any disease diagnosis, time-saving-tips for juicing, meal prepping, and batch cooking!
It is important for all of us to understand that we cannot accomplish our goals alone. That is true for just about every area of our life, but it is definitely true in regard to working for the Lord. The church is best described as a body and a body has many members working together. Support the showFor more information about Wings of Healing Worship Center please visit our website at www.wingsofhealingwp.orgOur services are streamed live on YouTube and Facebook, and you can follow us on Instragram, Facebook, and YouTube for more information and updates.Have a wonderful day!
The Champions Life Podcast takes an in depth look to help you improve your mindset to become a CHAMPION! This podcast pulls back the curtain on helping you self-discover what is truly possible and how you can achieve your ‘next level' in sports, business, and life. We will focus on the mental skills that allow people, teams, and businesses to be great - things like: confidence, leadership, motivation, culture, focus, discipline, trust, accountability and more. The Champions Life Podcast is hosted by Jeff Becker, a mental performance coach, who's clientele consists of CHAMPIONS from all aspects of life, from around the world: elementary school golfer, to high school athletes, college athletic teams and students, business leaders and executives, to NBA and PGA professionals. Host Jeff Becker will share stories, tips, and strategies that he's used with his clientele all over the world. These mindset skills will be inspired from the worlds best in the: NBA, NFL, PGA, MLB and from coaches such as: Trevor Moawad, Brett Ledbetter, David Goggins, Brian Cain, Brendon Burchard, Jocko Willink, Brain Kight, and more! If you're ready to take your life to the next level, are searching for more purpose or you just need extra inspiration or motivation, tune in to The Champions Life Podcast. Follow Jeff on Instagram @coachjeffbecker https://www.instagram.com/coachjeffbecker/
Kyle was away so Matt invited Dr. Michael Criner to the show for a discussion about getting involved in the Southern Baptist Convention, and why we're "buying" the SBC right now, not selling.For ministry training that prioritizes both the Great Commandment and the Great Commission, we would encourage you to consider Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. Southwestern Seminary equips students in living their calling, seeking to glorify God through Christ-centered education that encourages academic excellence and faithful ministry preparation.They are grace filled, Christ centered, scripturally grounded, confessionally guided, student focused, and globally engaged.Learn more about Southwestern Seminary's recently reaffirmed core values at swbts.edu/corevalues.
This week Andrew talks with Olympic gold medalist & Team USA Women's Hockey legend Brianna Decker. Brianna is a 3x Olympian, 2x MVP in the Women's National Hockey League, & one of the greatest hockey players in history. In 2022, she broke her leg a few minutes into the first game at the 2022 Olympic Games in Beijing. Instead of flying home, Brianna stayed with the team and found ways to help from off the ice. She recently announced her retirement and is transitioning into life as a hockey coach. In this conversation, Andrew asks Brianna about her career & the success secrets that made her an all-time hockey great. This episode is filled with practical lessons on leadership, overcoming adversity, leveraging your support network, & so much more. Show Highlights:(4:53) - Seeing things from a new vantage point(5:54) - Decision to retire(7:42) - Helping the team in new ways(8:38) - Zooming out when faced with adversity(12:28) - Developing a competitive mindset(14:19) - Benefits of being well-rounded(16:31) - Accountability(17:03) - Training with people better than you(18:31) - Building a support network(20:42) - Coaching(24:45) - Gaining perspective by doing the basics(26:54) - Power of a role model** Follow Andrew On Social Media **Twitter: @andrewhmosesInstagram: @AndrewMoses123Sign up for e-mails to keep up with Andrew's podcast at everybodypullsthetarp.com/newsletter
Believe it or not, political discussion at work account for a record breaking number of harassment and hostile workplace complaints. Join me for this episode for my tips on how to avoid this from happening to you.Host: Paul Falavolito Facebook: Paul Falavolito PodcastTwitter: Paul Falavolito Podcast or @paulfalavolitoTikTok: paul_falavolitowww.paulfalavolito.comExclusive 7 Minute Leadership Merchlinktr.ee/paulfalavolitoBookstore:The 7 Minute Leadership Handbook is available through Barnes and Noble, Amazon, and Apple Books. Get your copy on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2nXWax5Get your copy at Barnes and Noble: https://bit.ly/2lJwIdRwww.laurelhighlandsaviators.comFor the best aviator sunglasses on the market, use the link below to get 10% off Flying Eyes. Discount Code: PFAVhttps://flyingeyesoptics.com/eyewear/?ref=2J4duW9yyI3hiwListen on Apple Podcasts, iHeart Radio, Google Podcasts, Audacy & SpotifyIf you enjoyed this episode, please leave a 5 Star rating, share on your social media, and comment on iTunes. Help support the show by becoming a PATRON: CLICK HERE or search Paul Falavolito on Patreon.comSubscribe and listen to all of my podcast shows:The 7 Minute Leadership Podcast 1 PAPA FOXTROT - General Aviation PodcastSponsored by the following companies:White Oak EMS - whiteoakems.com Cornerstone Adminisystems - cornerstoneadminisystems.com Alerts USA - alertsusa.com Ridge Wallet - ridgewallet.com MuscleMX - Musclemx.com Laurel Print and Graphics - laurelprint.com Listen to each episode for your special Paul Falavolito discount code to save with our sponsors.YouTube:Follow me on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/thepfav
Wealth Strategy Secrets of the Ultra Wealthy Podcast
Bikran Sandhu is the COO, CFO, & Co-Founder of Rise48 Equity and Rise48 Communities. Bikran's main responsibilities as COO includes overseeing underwriting, asset management, and investor relations for all assets. Bikran's main responsibilities as CFO include overseeing accounting, finance, and treasury at Rise48 Equity and Rise48 Communities. He resides in Scottsdale, Arizona with his wife Alice Pan. Bikran has a professional background in audit and assurance services where he worked at PwC LLP and audited Fortune 100 companies as well as pre-IPO companies. Bikran also worked at CNM, LLP and has a professional background in management consulting services related to SOX compliance, risk advisory, and transactional accounting advisory services for Fortune 500 companies. Bikran's passion for the product he sells is evident in his successful wealth trajectory. His exceptional asset management skills have led to quick success, with his company successfully executing multi-million dollar assets. Bikran reveals the logistics and benefits of an interest rate cap, while shedding light on the reasons for many business failures in the field. He shares how as an investor, it is imperative to assess both the company and its leadership before making a decision. Experience Bikran's transformative insights in this must-see episode that elevates your expertise to new heights. Don't let this opportunity pass you by. Listen now! In this episode we discuss: Introduction to Bikran's background. Bikran's Wealth Strategy. How successful and multi million assets are managed by Rise48. The cost of interest rate cap and how it works. Tips to identify high-quality operators. Connect with Bikran Sandhu: Bikran Sandhu LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/bikransandhu/ Bikran Sandhu Schedule A Call - https://rise48equity.com/invest/ Rise48 Equity LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/rise48equity Rise48 Equity Instagram - @Rise48Equity Rise48 Equity Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/rise48equity/ Connect with Pantheon Investments: Join the Pantheon Investor Club: https://pantheoninvest.com/investor-signup/ Website: www.pantheoninvest.com Podcast: www.pantheoninvest.com/podcast Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PantheonInvest Instagram: www.instagram.com/pantheoninvest LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/pantheon-invest Twitter: https://twitter.com/Pantheon_Invest Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8EsPFlwQUpMXgRMvrmbAfQ Holistic Wealth Strategy Book: https://www.amazon.com/Holistic-Wealth-Strategy-Framework-Extraordinary-ebook/dp/B0BX4SDMS7/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=holistic+wealth+strategy&qid=1681472301&sprefix=holistic+wealth%2Caps%2C99&sr=8-1 Email: email@example.com
At The Table with Patrick Lencioni
When it comes to the use of certain four letter words, every organization is different. This week, the team discusses the importance of being intentional in determining your company culture, even as it pertains to the way people speak. To listen to the Working Genius Podcast: tinyurl.com/workinggeniuspodcast
The path to improvement is one that includes hard work and commitment, but too often we travel that path alone. We seek our personal goals in a very personal way. It can often be a solitary endeavor. Not only does it not have to be, but it also shouldn't be. "You cannot expect to optimize your performance or results if you always take the journey alone." In this episode of the Purple Patch Podcast, IRONMAN Master Coach Matt Dixon highlights the benefits and impact of chasing your individual improvements by engaging in team and group training. The thread that unites athletes of all levels and abilities is a desire to improve. Tapping into that shared motivation fosters a supportive, fun, and competitive environment that provides accountability and inspires a diverse performance culture. Using stories of Purple Patch Squads enduring 5 am coldwater plunges and scaling virtual mountains together through video-coached bike classes, Matt illustrates how individual gains emerge from the practices and habits that develop from these shared group experiences. While these stories are of empowerment, improvement, and the amplified performance gains that come from team or group training in sport, the lessons from Matt's discussion are easily applicable in all areas of life. Regardless of your skill level, stage of development, goals, or training needs, individuals within a team, united under a common approach and mindset, naturally upskill and thrive, as does the team. "The team as a whole develops greater resiliency, higher effectiveness, and a greater ability to adapt and absorb uncontrollable forces that occur from external factors. In other words, there is a culture of performance. And it is when this takes footing, that there emerges a virtuous circle of productivity for individuals, teams, and organizations." The goal of this episode is to inspire you to become a part of something and participate in building a supportive collective where everyone commits, engages, and grows together along their performance journey. Episode Timestamps 00:00 - 03:28 - Welcome and Episode Introduction 03:35 - 06:21 - Matt's News-ings 06:36 - 08:37 - Word of the Week 08:44 - 32:59 - The Meat and Potatoes - Episode 265: The Power of Team in Boosting Individual Performance Purple Patch Video Podcast and More Free Webinar - Maximize Your 70.3 or IRONMAN Performance as a Time-Starved Athlete The Purple Patch Center is Open - Learn More and Schedule a Visit If you have any questions or want to learn more about leveraging Purple Patch in your performance journey, reach out to us by clicking the links below. Purple Patch Coaching Consultation Learn more about our Tri Squad Program Join Tri-Squad Send us a message Purple Patch and Episode Resources Purple Patch Video Podcast and More Free Webinar - Maximize Your 70.3 or IRONMAN Performance as a Time-Starved Athlete The Purple Patch Center is Open - Learn More and Schedule a Visit Purple Patch Coaching Consultation This episode is sponsored by our collaboration with INSIDE TRACKER. Inside Tracker and Purple Patch- Receive 20% off their services with code: PURPLEPATCHPRO20 Ask Matt Anything - Leave a voicemail question for Matt Learn more about Purple Patch Squad High-Performance Training Program Join Bike Squad - Don't just exercise and work out; learn to train with our structured online cycling program Join Run Squad - Increase your running performance through our progressive, multi-sport approach to running Learn more about Purple Patch Fully Customized 1:1 Coaching Learn more about Purple Patch Strength Programming Purple Patch Swim Analysis Stay Up-to-Date with Purple Patch News and Events Purple Patch Upcoming Webinars and Events
Join Arthur and I as he takes us through his transformative journey of mastering his emotions and excelling in creativity whilst battling bipolar disorder and ADHD, combined type. Teamwork and finding his Wellness Entourage continues to set the stage for his success. A flashback to his 12 year old self includes us reminiscing “The Impulse […] Continue reading...
In the Transform Sales Podcast #49, Amir Reiter spoke to Jody Johnson, CEO at ProspectHunter, who shares his insights on common mistakes that buyers make when looking to hire a Sales Agency. Jody highlights the importance of fostering strong relationships, establishing clear alignment on KPIs and goals, and embracing a collaborative approach to achieve success. RESOURCES & LINKS: Want To Find the Right Agencies For Your Sales Team Quickly? Learn How You Can Use The CloudTask Marketplace here: https://www.cloudtask.com/find-agencies #TransformSales #leadgenerationcompanies #cloudtask
Does your calendar look like a game of Tetris, meetings on top of meetings from Monday to Friday? Or do you cringe when someone pops a meeting invite into the middle of your deep work afternoon? Now, how would you feel if you had a whole day of your schedule totally cleared? Today's episode explores the promises and problems with implementing a No Meeting Day for your team.Debater Rani Shah is a superfan of the practice and has been doing No Meeting Days for years. She's supported by Dr. Vijay Pereira, who shares his research on how No Meeting Days can boost autonomy and decrease feelings of micromanagement. New debater Deb Lao joins to argue against the practice, supported by meeting expert Mamie Kanfer Stewart who pitches some alternative ways to solve your meeting woes.
Hey Thrive Tribe!This episode is all about remembering it takes a village to raise twins and a twin mom. Dr. Dee shares her belief on building a team on the twin mom journey. The dream doesn't work unless there is a team backing it. Make sure you have a pen and paper for all the gems in this episode. Thanks for listening and don't forget to leave a 5 star review so other mamas can find us! Ready for 1 on 1 coaching to end the cycle of self sacrifice, guilt, and fitting your work around your home life? Schedule a call with me by clicking here to see if you're a good fit forTwin Mom Chronicles Academy . Go to https://betterhelp.com/twinmoms for 10% off your first month of therapy with BetterHelp and get matched with a therapist who will listen and help #sponsoredFollow me on:Instagram FacebookJoin the Thrive Tribe Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Team Performance - Winning Ways for Uncertain Times
In addition to its impact on individual well-being, microstress can also have a significant impact on team performance. When team members are dealing with accumulated microstress, their energy levels and motivation can suffer, leading to decreased productivity and collaboration.In this episode of the TeamWork a Better Way podcast, Christian Napier and Spencer Horn are joined by special guest and certified, burn-out speaker, Lyndsey Van Sickle. They will explore how microstress can affect team dynamics and share strategies for managing microstress as a team. Whether you're a team leader or a team member, you'll learn how to identify and address microstress within your team, ultimately improving your collective performance and achieving your goals more effectively.Join us as Lyndsey shares her process to "shred stress" and other expert insights and practical tips. You'll come away with a deeper understanding of how to manage microstress and build a stronger, more resilient team starting with building a less stressed you!
So you've built up your business from scratch, got a load of clients who think that you're the sh*t and now you're ready to take on more projects by growing your team. But….how do you keep track of everyone and everything at once? Well babe, I've got you. Come join me on this episode of Fiercely Freelance: The Podcast, where I'm sharing my best tools and tech that'll help your team to ace the assignment, every time. In this episode, I give you a breakdown of my favourite apps and software that keep my business ticking over. Yes, some of them are paid, but they'll help you to deliver your projects more quickly and with less hassle. I share the tools that I use that manage team communication, SOPs, time tracking and collaborative projects. And at the end of the episode, you'll hear some exciting info about my new Mini-Mind program that'll give you the support and training you need to build out and manage your own Dream Team. Want to know more about becoming the best fiercely freelance business owner you can possibly be? Head over to my website for more tips, tricks, resources and inspo. See you there love!Timestamps[0:55] Hey love! Today we're getting into the juicy side of delegation[1:43] Don't forget the mantra: Keep it simple[3:31] My golden rule for team communication[4:31] Introducing the most badass all-in-one tool: ClickUp[6:45] Why you need everyone to track their time[7:52] Pairing up ClickUp + Slack[10:15] “It's simple, it's online, it's in the cloud, it's easy”: Why Google Drive is *the best*[11:50] Hello, Trello![13:45] Got questions about building your dream team? Join my Mini-Mind program! Useful linksGet a peek on what's coming up in my Mini-Mind here: Dream Team Mini-MindConnect with Ceelshttps://www.fiercelyfreelance.co/Come + say hello on my socials babe!Instagram+TikTok
All Ears - Senior Living Success with Matt Reiners
Rachelle Blough uses her background as a Certified Alzheimer's & Dementia trainer and rec therapist to inform her self-titled consulting agency work. She shares learnings from how communities have faired when all team members prioritize resident quality of life and how they've measured it. Hear stories of those success stories and what they've looked like this week.
Med-Surg Moments - The AMSN Podcast
As a nurse, have you been bullied or do you ever wonder if others might perceive you as a bully? Join Caroline, Laura, Neil and Maritess as they share their personal stories, perspectives and strategies for how to deal with nurse bullying. Also, find out which co-host admits to having once been a bully and hear about her personal transformation. CO-HOSTS Caroline Ashman, MSN, RN, CMSRN was born and raised in England. She had two dreams in life – to become a nurse and live in the United States. She accomplished the first task in 1985 and then in 1991, immigrated to America. She currently serves as a Nurse Leader. She has also been afforded the wonderful opportunity to teach Med Surg Review Courses across the United States and in Europe for AMSN. Collecting air miles and sharing stores along the way, she is thrilled to join the Podcast team and recognize that the specialty of medical surgical nursing is alive and well. Caroline lives with her husband Jimmy, in metro Atlanta and has two grown daughters, Jennifer & Emily. Laura Johnson, MSN, RN, CMSRN has been a nurse since 2008 with a background in Med/Surg and Oncology. She has held many positions throughout my career including management and leadership. Laura obtained her MSN in nursing education in 2018. Since then, she has worked as a bedside educator with both experienced staff and nurse residency with specialties in end of life and mentorship. She is currently working as an NPD practitioner for oncology and bone marrow transplant units. Neil H. Johnson, RN, BSN, CMSRN, is a native New Yorker that has settled in North Carolina for the last 24 years. He has worked his way up the Nursing ladder from a C.N.A to achieving his BSN, and is in pursuit of his MSN in Nurse Education. He has worked in Oncology, Palliative, Behavioral Health, but his heart always brings him back to Medical-Surgical Nursing, where he holds his certification.He is currently a FLEX pool Med/Surg night nurse for Moses Cone Hospital System, floating to 4 facilities. Maritess M. Quinto, DNP, RN, NPD-BC, CMSRN is a Clinical Educator currently leading a team of educators who is passionately helping healthcare colleagues, especially newly graduate nurses. She was born and raised in the Philippines and immigrated to the United States with her family in Florida. Her family of seven (three girls and two boys with her husband who is also a Registered Nurse) loves to travel, especially to Disney World. She loves to share her experiences about parenting, travelling, and, of course, nursing!
Drama Free Living with Dennis and Lisa McIntee
Dennis and Lisa are rounding out their series on The Four C's of Teamwork with a discussion on commitment. In this episode, they review why people won't commit, what it takes to become committed, and the four drivers of motivation for most people. They also share a thinking tool to use with your teams to help them identify the best ways to work together in harmony. The Leadership Development Group is a consulting firm led by Dennis and Lisa McIntee that exists to help you create a better work culture through drama free strategies, leadership coaching, and training. Since 2005, they have helped over 2,000 companies become drama free and significantly increase their productivity as a result. Discover the freedom of a better work culture today at leadershipdevgroup.com. Resources Mentioned in this Episode: When Dealing with Me
(Part 15 of 30) Blue-Collar Leadership & Teamwork: 30 Traits of High Impact Players...Ch. 15 Be Open-Minded: There's always another way.
For Episode 137 of the Wealth On Any Income Podcast, Rennie is joined by Jonathan Jay. Jonathan has been an entrepreneur successfully buying and selling businesses for over 30 years. He has built businesses in publishing, digital marketing, adult education and coaching, and preschool education - and sold each of them. Jonathan is now passionate about sharing his life experience to help others successfully buy businesses through his consultancy company, Dealmakers.Jonathon is an advocate of a healthy work-life balance, after suffering mental and physical burnout himself, he now believes you can achieve success without business taking over your life.He helps other people buy businesses and helps them avoid the expensive mistakes - as he says he has made them all!Are you ready to learn how to create wealth buying and selling businesses?In this episode, Rennie and Jonathan cover:01:52 How Jonathan realized a different way of being in business - buying and selling businesses.04:44 Jonathan's two favorite charities The Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children (https://www.gosh.nhs.uk/) and his seven-year-old daughter's all-girls school in London.05:45 Who Jonathan's clients are - the people who he helps to buy & sell businesses.07:22 A recent challenge that Jonathan faced and what he learned from it about himself.12:59 To get hundreds of videos all about buying and selling businesses visit Jonathan's YouTube channel at https://email@example.com:16 Jonathan shares who he feels can buy a business successfully and the person you become in the process of buying and selling businesses.“Many years ago in the 1990s, I had a publishing business. On one particular day, I will never forget it, someone approached me and said that they wanted to buy the business. I never thought that was ever going to be possible that I would sell this company - and I did the deal. I sold the business and I made more money the day I sold that business than I had in the previous two and a half years of owning and running the business. So, to put that another way, I'd worked very, very hard seven days a week for two and a half years and then I sold it and I made more money than all that effort combined. That opened my eyes to a different way of being in business.” – Jonathan JayTo get hundreds of videos all about buying a business visit Jonathan's YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/@thedealmakersTo learn more about Jonathan and Dealmakers visit https://www.thedealmakersacademy.com/about-us/If you'd like to know how books, movies, and society programs you to be poor, and what the cure is visit wealthonanyincome.com/tedx. You'll hear Rennie's TEDx talk and can request a free 27-page Roadmap to Complete Financial Choice® and receive a weekly email with tips, techniques, or inspiration around your business or money. AND if you'd like to see how you can increase your wealth and donate to the causes that touch your heart. Please check out our affordable program ‘Wealth with Purpose'.Rennie's Books and Programshttps://wealthonanyincome.com/books/Wealth with Purpose:https://wealthonanyincome.com/wealthwithpurposeRennie's 9 Days to Financial Freedom program:https://wealthonanyincome.com/programsConnect with Rennie Websites:WealthOnAnyIncome.comRennieGabriel.comEmail: Rennie@WealthOnAnyIncome.comLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/renniegabriel/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WealthOnAnyIncome/Twitter: https://twitter.com/RennieGabrielYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdIkYMOuvzHQqVXe4e_L8PgInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/wealthonanyincome/
The lads tackle the age-old dilemma of speed versus quality in software development, with hilarious insights and valuable recommendations. From the perfect number of monitors to subsisting on Mountain Dew and pizza, the hosts delve into the funny side of finding the right balance. But beyond the laughs, they discuss practical strategies for gaining speed, including creating a common base library and using off-the-shelf products. They also caution against over-promising and emphasize the importance of finding the right balance between speed and quality. This podcast is a must-listen for any developer looking to up their game without sacrificing quality. If you want to hear more episodes check out our website at https://tabsandspaces.io Tweet at us @tabsnspacesHQ Or join us for a chat on our discord server https://discord.gg/depv5npMTj Don't have discord? Shoot us an email at tabsandspacesHQ@gmail.com Contact us for free stickers as well! Show Intro music Unity by Fatrat: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n8X9_MgEdCg
April 2023 brought some great new offerings to SharePoint and Microsoft 365: Project integration in Viva Goals, Viva Connections: Mobile SharePoint site navigation, improved Graph Connector content results, eDiscovery document version shared, Microsoft Lists: Applied filters, Microsoft Loop: .fluid > .loop, new files experience in Teams, Create pages and news in the SharePoint app bar, and more. We chat with Ben Truelove, Principal Designer at Microsoft focused on Microsoft Lists about recent user interface updates - narrowing in on the new experiences when working with and creating views + what was released this past month: Applied Filters. April showers truly brought May Features. Click here to view this episode's corresponding blog post. Click here for this episode's full transcript. 01:13 Employee engagement 05:54 Conversation with Ben Truelove 18:11 Teamwork 23:05 Related Items 29:41 Teasers SharePoint | @SharePoint | SharePoint Community Blog | Feedback Mark Kashman |@mkashman [co-host] Chris McNulty |@cmcnulty2000 [co-host] Ben Truelove | LinkedIn [guest] Microsoft Docs - The home for Microsoft documentation for end users, developers, and IT professionals. Microsoft Tech Community Home Stay on top of Office 365 changes Upcoming events: Microsoft 365 Conference | May.2-4.2023 Las Vegas, Nevada CollabDays Poland | May.13.2023 Warsaw, Poland Power Automate & Power Apps Developer Bootcamp Automation Summit 2023 | May.19-20.2023 London, Paddington European Collaboration Summit | May.22-24.2023 Düsseldorf Fair, Germany Microsoft Build 2023 | May 23-25, 2023. Register now. The AIIM Conference 2023 | May.25-27.2023 Hyatt Regency, New Orleans CollabDays Netherlands | June.10.2023 Vianen, Utrecht 365 EduCon - DC | June.12-16 Washington D.C. - USA Discover and follow other Microsoft podcasts at aka.ms/microsoft/podcasts. Follow the Intrazone at aka.ms/TheIntrazone.
The Survival Guide for Orthodontists
Dr. Bill Layman, the owner of Straighten Up Orthodontics in Clearwater, Florida, is our guest on this episode of The Golden Age of Orthodontics. Dr. Layman talks about the advantages of using a 3-D Treatment Letter, demonstrating the potential outcomes of orthodontic treatment using virtual technology. This gives patients the assurance they require to move forward with treatment. Additionally, he discusses the advantages of remote monitoring and employing uLab for aligners. There's never been a better time to be an orthodontist. IN THIS EPISODE: [00:57] Amy and Dr. Leon discuss what their marketing firm does and the frustrations Dr. Leon experienced as a practicing orthodontist. [03:47] Dr. Layman explains the benefit of a 3-D Treatment Letter. [07:58] What was the motivation for the creation of this digital technology? [11:06] The differences and benefits of Ulab for aligners. [13:22] Dr. Layman uses remote monitoring to the advantage of patients by acknowledging their busy schedules. [16:20] Dr. Layman responds to Dr. Strauss from Florida regarding virtual setups. [18:36] Three ways of creating 3D communication. [23:24] There is an increase in patient acceptance when they can see the result visually. KEY TAKEAWAYS: An animated representation of a patient's teeth after correction instills motivation and confidence, encouraging them to undergo the necessary treatment Teamwork between an Orthodontist and a GP assures patients they are working with the right professionals Patients highly appreciate having remote check-ups as it saves significant time RESOURCE LINKS People + Practice - Website Dr. Bill Layman - Website DrBill@suortho.com BIOGRAPHY: Raised in a small Virginia farm town, Dr. Bill Layman worked during high school as a farmhand, loaded dog feed, mowed church lawns, and was a full-service gas attendant. After graduating from The Citadel with a Bachelor of Science in biology, he served as a paratrooper with the Army's 82nd Airborne. While in dental school at the Medical University of South Carolina, he was elected and served four years as class president while earning his Doctorate in Dental Medicine. He has lived and worked in Clearwater since opening Straighten Up Orthodontics in 2005. He and his wife Andrea have one son who is now attending Tulane University and majoring in Finance and Real Estate. Dr. Layman recently completed his Masters of Business Administration at the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, where he also received the Ben Franklin Award for leadership.
"Sustainability can drive so much across your business if you truly integrate it and support it in a proper way." Have you heard the myths that sustainability only focuses on the environmental? Or that society does not need to be considered when discussing sustainability and that governance does not matter? It can be difficult to define sustainability across these three facets, but Bridgette McAdoo is here to set the record straight and debunk these myths. In an insightful episode of the Come Rain or Shine podcast, Dan Cockerell interviews Bridgette McAdoo, a renowned specialist in sustainability and social impact. Bridgette is the VP and Chief Sustainability Officer of Genesys Corporation, where she focuses on environmental, societal, and governance aspects of sustainability. She is a dedicated sustainability leader with an impressive background working with organizations including the World Wildlife Fund, Yum Brands, Pizza Hut, and KFC. Bridgette started her career as a contractor to NASA, working on a space shuttle and the space station. While pursuing her MBA, she discovered her passion for sustainability and its potential for making a positive impact on the world. Some of the ways your organization can make an impact: Develop an understanding of sustainability throughout environmental, societal, and governance factors. Incorporate sustainable practices into your company's culture and strategic approaches. Drive employee engagement in sustainable initiatives fostering meaningful organizational change. Evaluate the interplay between influencer roles, stakeholder identification, and targeted communication tactics. Direct customers toward cloud-based platforms to minimize carbon footprint and manage energy consumption. This conversation really highlights ways that professionals can improve their organization's commitment to sustainability. Throughout her work on sustainability projects, Bridgette has made sure to emphasize the importance of an approach that encompasses environmental, societal, and governance factors. Teamwork plays is a vital role in achieving sustainability goals. There is also something to be said about its impact on retaining employees. Bridgette does a fantastic job of laying out ways that people can drive meaningful change within their companies. "Sustainability is a team sport, it's not just my job as the Chief Sustainability officer. It the job of every single person to get us to where we want to go." Connect with Bridgette McAdoo About Genesys About Bridgette McAdoo Linkedin - linkedin.com/Bridgette-bell-mcadoo Connect with Dan: www.dancockerell.com About Dan - https://dancockerell.com/about/ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/dancockerell/ LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/dancockerell/ Facebook - www.facebook.com/dancockerellspeaker Episode Highlights 00:06:34 – organizational sustainability should be connected across various facets of the organization, including environmental, societal, and governance perspectives. 00:12:42 - sustainability is a team effort and a holistic approach to driving change in a responsible and sustainable way. 00:13:27 - efficiency and partnership in achieving sustainability. For example, her company has obtained lead certification for two main offices, partnered with AWS for renewable energy, and focused on upcycling and recycling assets. Volunteerism and education are also key components. 00:15:00 - sustainability issues are interconnected, including diversity, equity, supplier procurement, and compliance initiatives. By looking at them holistically, businesses can add more value to their operations. 00:17:24 - the CEO needs to be a big advocate of sustainability, but the CFO and finance team also play a huge role. It's important to get leadership involved early and set clear expectations, including financial disclosures for sustainability initiatives. 00:19:43 - regulations around sustainable reporting are coming down the pipeline and businesses need to be prepared. Transparency and financial disclosures will be key, and finance and sustainability need to work closely together. 00:25:18 – there is a need for a business case for sustainability initiatives, as they can impact financials, client relationships, employee retention, and values. Companies need to match the values of their employees and customers to remain competitive in the market. 00:27:16 - sustainability helps to avoid or improve qualitative and reputational risk, which is just as important as financial benefits. Millennials and Gen Z value a company's reputation and sustainability commitments when considering employment. 00:32:42 - sustainability is about telling the same story ten different ways, tailored to the audience's needs. Bridget emphasizes the importance of making people feel like they can be a part of the change and not overwhelmed by the urgency of the situation.