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EARadio
SERI: Timelines for Transformative AI and Language Model Alignment | Ajeya Cotra

EARadio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 28:17


Ajeya Cotra is a Senior Research Analyst at Open Philanthropy. She's currently thinking about how difficult it may be to ensure AI systems pursue the right goals. Previously, she worked on a framework for estimating when transformative AI may be developed, as well as various cause prioritization and worldview diversification projects. She joined Open Philanthropy in July 2016 as a Research Analyst. Ajeya received a B.S. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from UC Berkeley, where she co-founded the Effective Altruists of Berkeley student group and taught a course on effective altruism.This video was first published by the Stanford Existential Risks Initiative. 

The Sick Podcast with Tony Marinaro
Habs Talk #174 - Scott Wheeler: Connor Bedard Is Going To Be A Transformative Superstar

The Sick Podcast with Tony Marinaro

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 26:06 Very Popular


On this episode of The Sick Podcast, Scott Wheeler of The Athletic joins Tony Marinaro to discuss if Cole Caufield was a steal of the draft, Connor Bedard and the 2023 draft, the Canadian World Juniors team, and much more! Don't forget to follow The Sick Podcast with Tony Marinaro on YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, SiriusXM and all other podcast platforms!

Beyond the Bio
The Transformative Impact of Bain's Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) Capabilities

Beyond the Bio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022


Bain's environmental, social, and governance (ESG) capabilities focus on helping our clients make real impact in sustainability, equity, and inclusion for all. Having a passion for this work, François Faelli, our Global Managing Partner of ESG, joins us for a five-part series to share how we're centering these efforts across the globe. On this episode, François not only shares his journey to Bain, but takes us through his moving journey of becoming the firm's first Global Managing Partner of ESG and the current priorities of embedding ESG into 100% of our client projects. In this episode we discuss: How François got his passion for ESG How he became the firm's first Worldwide Managing Partner of ESG The firm's ESG priorities for our clients We'd love to hear from you! If you liked this episode or have any feedback to share, let us know by completing the form on atbain.com/btbfeedback.

KindaSound
The Endocannabinoid System Revealed | Transformative Health with Juliette Bryant

KindaSound

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 30:01


Juliette Bryant discusses the endocannabinoid system: what is it's function, and why do we need to pay attention to it?Juliette's website: https://www.juliettebryant.com/Tune into Transformative Health on KindaSound Radio every Sunday: https://KindaSound.orgConnect with the KindaSound team on Telegram: https://t.me/ksradioNew podcast episodes every Thursday

Business Creators Radio Show With Adam Hommey
Uncover Transformative Possibilities, With Pete Sena

Business Creators Radio Show With Adam Hommey

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 59:33


In our 3.0 world, relying on market-shaped variables like supply to determine demand is like using a paintbrush or typewriter to create the audience-driven metaverse. The pressure on CEOs and founders to grow and evolve their businesses as rapidly as the warp-speed digital marketplace isn't a bit challenging; it's exponentially more daunting today than ever before. This […] The post Uncover Transformative Possibilities, With Pete Sena first appeared on Business Creators Radio Show with Adam Hommey.

Proactive - Interviews for investors
Vivakor Inc says synergistic acquisitions represent a 'momentous and transformative event'

Proactive - Interviews for investors

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 5:24


Vivakor Inc CEO Matt Nicosia spoke to Proactive following the closing of the acquisitions of two companies with operations and long-term contracts servicing major US oil basins in Louisiana and Texas. Nicosia telling Proactive that the synergistic acquisitions of Silver Fuels Delhi and White Claw Colorado City represent a momentous and transformative event for the company and its shareholders. Given the long-term contracts presently in place at both companies, he said Vivakor expects to realize significant annual revenue and for both entities to generate meaningful EBITDA and profitability.

Chicago Psychology Podcast
Transformation Through Turmoil with Dr Steven Taylor

Chicago Psychology Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 43:21


On this encore episode of the Psychology Talk Podcast. Today Dr. Hoye is joined by Dr. Steve Taylor. Dr. Taylor is a senior lecturer in psychology at Leeds Beckett University, and the author of several best-selling books on psychology and spirituality. He is the current chair of the Transpersonal Psychology Section of the British Psychological Society. His 13 books include Waking from Sleep, The Fall, Out of the Darkness, Back to Sanity, The Calm Center, The Leap, Spiritual Science, and The Clear Light, with a foreword by Eckhart Tolle. Dr. Taylor discusses his latest book, Extraordinary Awakenings: When Trauma Leads to Transformation. Dr. Taylor's Book: https://www.amazon.com/Extraordinary-Awakenings-Trauma-Leads-Transformation/dp/1608687678Dr. Taylor's Website:https://www.stevenmtaylor.com/books/extraordinary-awakenings/The Psychology Talk Podcast is a unique conversation about psychology around the globe. Your host Dr. Scott Hoye discusses psychology with mental health practitioners and experts to keep you informed about issues and trends in the industry that effect your life. https://psych-talk.comhttps://www.instagram.com/psychtalkpodcast/

How to Be a Better Human
How to make transformative ideas happen (with Frans Johannson)

How to Be a Better Human

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 30:29 Very Popular


You often hear that “there are no bad ideas” when brainstorming–but why is that? In those instances, doesn't it feel inevitable that someone's going to pitch a bad idea? Frans Johannson is a writer who argues that in fact, innovation actually happens when people, ideas, and disciplines intersect. Whether it's one field of science collaborating with another, or many cultures mixing, Frans says that a wide range of perspectives are the key to seeing a problem in a totally new light. In this episode he shares examples of how diversity leads to transformation, and provides tips on how to unlock your next great idea.

Plymouth Meeting Church
The Inclusive and Transformative Church

Plymouth Meeting Church

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022


Captured from our outdoor gathering, this message is about the inclusive invite to all people to come to Jesus–and the subsequent challenge to obedience, life-change, and transformation The post The Inclusive and Transformative Church appeared first on Plymouth Meeting Church.

SWTS Podcast
You Get Your Results

SWTS Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 7:02


Episode 47: Transformative quote of the day "You get your results where you place your attention" is the ultimate cheat code to productivity and winning in life! #SharkWeek #SharkWeek2022 Tune In NOW & Be sure to share it #InspireSomeoneToBeGreat Also leave a review! #SWTS @gadumas Follow us on instagram @SWTSharks SHOP MERCH -www.SWTSBRAND.com

Life is a Festival Podcast
#128 - Festivals Create Lasting Transformation | Dr. Molly Crockett (Crockett Lab)

Life is a Festival Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 72:24


We who attend Burning Man and other multi day mass gatherings have long felt that these events are personally and lastingly transformational. In May of this year, Dr. Molly Crockett and their team at Crockett Lab at Yale University published research demonstrating what we always believed. Today on Life is a Festival, Dr Crockett explains their findings and what they mean for harnessing the transformative power of festivals. On the show we talk about what transformation is and how it can be studied, specifically focusing on generosity and expanded circles of moral concern. Dr Crockett explains how their team conducted research at six field sites over a number of years. We discuss their controls for the research including for psychedelic use. We explore morality and tribalism and finally Dr Crockett shares how their research can help us make our lives more like a festival. Dr. Crockett is a behavioral neuroscientist who studies human morality, altruism, decision making, and moral outrage. They have just accepted tenure at Princeton University after serving as an Associate Professor of Psychology at Yale University. Their research on transformational experiences at events was published in Nature Communications on May 27, 2022. Notes Crockett Lab: http://www.crockettlab.org/ ‘Transformative' effects of mass gatherings like Burning Man are lasting” in Yale News: https://news.yale.edu/2022/05/27/transformative-effects-mass-gatherings-burning-man-are-lasting “Prosocial correlates of transformative experiences at secular multi-day mass gatherings” In Nature Communications: https://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-022-29600-1 Transformative Experience by L. A. Paul: https://www.amazon.com/Transformative-Experience-L-Paul/dp/0198777310 Timestamps :08 - Self Expression as path to transformation at Burning Man :16 - How the research was conducted at :22 - Secular Multiday Mass gatherings :27 - Expanded circle of moral regard :32 - How did the researchers control for psychedelic use? :41 - New relationships, gifts given and received and dancing all correlated with transformative experiences :55 - Dr Crockett's work in morality and future research 1:01 - How Crockett's research can help us make our lives more like a festival

News In Context
Making DEI Work Transformative & Relational, with Jacqueline Font-Guzman

News In Context

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 29:27


In this episode, we explore concepts of privilege - and how they color our systems and perpetuate inequities. We also discuss how building relationships across groups in a community can help us begin to address these systemic issues, while at the same time forging connections and building trust. My guest is Jacqueline Font-Guzman, vice president for diversity, equity, & inclusion at Eastern Mennonite University; and strategic vision director for the Center of Justice & Peace Building at EMU.

Lions of Liberty
FF 343 - How to Live a Transformative Life with Best Selling Author Damon West

Lions of Liberty

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 56:13


Damon West is a college professor, internationally known keynote speaker and best-selling author. Damon partnered with best-selling author and keynote speaker Jon Gordon to write The Coffee Bean: A simple Lesson to Create Positive Change. His first book and autobiography, The Change Agent: How a Former College QB Sentenced to Life in Prison Transformed His World, was published just three years after his release from a Texas maximum-security prison. Subscribe to John's Finding Freedom Show solo feed. Listen and Subscribe on Apple Podcasts and Spotify. Get 20% off your selection of the AMAZING CBD products over at PalomaVerdeCBD.com and use discount code "ROAR" at checkout! Get access to all of our bonus audio content, livestreams, behind-the-scenes segments and more for as little as $5 per month by joining the Lions of Liberty Pride on Patreon OR support us on Locals! Lions also get 20% off all merchandise at the Lions of Liberty Store, including our hot-off-the-press Hands Up Don't Nuke! T-Shirt!

Futurum Tech Podcast
Transformative Trends Influencing the Professional Services Industry

Futurum Tech Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 34:20


On this special episode of the Futurum Tech Webcast – Interview Series I am joined by Hans Kroes, Global VP and Head of the Industry Business unit for Professional Services at SAP and Ross Dawson, Keynote Speaker, Strategy Advisor, Bestselling Author, and Entrepreneur. This is the first episode in a new series — done in partnership with SAP — where I will be speaking with advisors and executives across several different industries on the state of their industry and what we can expect in the future In our conversation we discussed the following: How the professional Services Industry has changed in recent years A deep dive into how knowledge-based services are changing the industry A look into how virtual firms and the shift to hybrid work are disrupting the industry The monetization trends that are driving changes Ways professional services firms can nurture talent more effectively An exploration of the impact platforms will have on the industry The professional services industry, like many other industries, had to rapidly accelerate digital transformation last year. My conversation with Hans explores how these changes are playing out across different areas in the industry and how technology can help. It's definitely one you don't want to miss. If you'd like to learn more about the industry, be sure to check out our research brief Driving Everything as a Service in Professional Services.

The Passionistas Project Podcast
Nicole de Paula Is a Champion for Women's Advancement Through Environmental Conservation

The Passionistas Project Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 36:12


Dr. Nicole de Paula has been globally connecting policymakers and researchers for more than a decade to create a public understanding on key issues related to sustainability and public health. As a Planetary Health advocate, she champions the socioeconomic advancement of women through environmental conservation. She is the founder of the Women Leaders for Planetary Health and in 2019, she became the first awardee of the prestigious Klaus Töpfer Sustainability Fellow at the Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies in Potsdam, Germany. Nicole is the author of the book “Breaking the Silos for Planetary Health: A Roadmap for a Resilient Post-Pandemic World.” Learn More about Nicole. Learn more about The Passionistas Project.   FULL TRANSCRIPT: Passionistas: Hi, and welcome to the Passionistas project podcast, where we talk with women who are following their Passionistas to inspire you to do the same. We're Amy and Nancy Harrington. And today we're talking with Dr. Nicole de Paula, who has been globally connecting policy makers and researchers for more than a decade to create a public understanding on key issues related to sustainability and public. As a planetary health advocate, she champions the socioeconomic advancement of women through environmental conservation. She's the founder of Women Leaders for Planetary Health and in 2019, she became the first awardee of the prestigious Klaus Töpfer Sustainability Fellow at the Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies (IASS) in Potsdam, Germany. Nicole is also the author of the book “Breaking the Silos for Planetary Health - A Roadmap for a Resilient Post-Pandemic World.” So please welcome to the show Dr. Nicole de Paula. Nicole: Hi, Nancy and Amy. Thank you for having me. Passionistas: What's the one thing you're most passionate about? Nicole: I think recently it's definitely planetary health. Uh, we've been advocating so much and at the beginning, the term was what is planetary health sounded like a horror cop thing. Right? So it was the, it was a term that sounded, it was a bit weird in some language doesn't translate. Well, I think in German, for example, it's, it's, it's hard to translate in Portuguese as well. I'm from Brazil. So, uh, it was also a bit funny, but definitely is the topic that we should be talking about specifically. Now when we need to recover. Hopefully from this pandemic. Passionistas: So tell us of what planetary health means and how it relates to what you do for a living. Nicole: Yeah. So maybe what I do, I'm my background. I tend to say I'm a fake doctor, right? So I'm a, I have a PhD in international relations, so I'm not a magical doctor cause I've been talking a lot with public health experts. It's quite an interesting exercise. And so planetary health, uh, from my perspective is of very interesting narrative of things that decision makers should. Talking about or acting. So it's basically everything. So the planet is changing, right? We say that if the planet is sick with all the climate change impacts biodiversity loss, pollution, you know, we, we don't know anymore what we have in our foods. So much chemicals there processed food, you know, and crisis. We used to have a big problem of course, with hunger and. You know, half of the population is obese. So of course we're changing our lifestyles and the way the planet is changing and the way that we are impacting our planet. So that's why we say this anthropogenic impacts we need it's impacting public health. So the decision normally is what is health at the end of the day, right? Is everything that is inside our bodies and is just this small system. Or we should talk about health. Connected to the health of our planet. So the planetary health is a scientific discipline or, um, not discipline is there is discussion that I think is started as saying as a discipline, but let's say it's an approach, a new area of studies calling that way. I think many researchers were already discussing sustainability connecting to the, to human health. So again is very simple. It's just trying to connect sustainability to public health policies and on the, on the issue of. scientists are trying to understand how exactly climate change impacts, you know, human health. We have heat waves that impact, you know, the most vulnerable in cities. Uh, so we're trying to measure that's. So that's not exactly what I do, you know, when people will do modeling and, but in the end, we need to communicate and inform decision makers of this field and say, what do we do about it? And that's the, what I'm passionate about. How do we get the science and bring it to the people who can take these decision? And it's of course not an easy thing, especially this days, but we keep trying. So you mentioned COVID talk about how the relationship to COVID and planetary health. Like what, how is it affecting the world on the planet? Yes, COVID is as, um, sometimes mentioned and I notice in a book it's. Of course, it's a very bad thing, but if every crisis brings an opportunity, that's the sad reality. If we need change, we probably learn through love or pain. Right. So it's very hard to change behavior if you don't have a big crisis and COVID is now showing I think stimulating this conversation about, okay, what is exactly connections? It's, it's just, just a sanitary thing. It's, uh, the disease, but what you're learning now and, and. Trying to communicate. Actually, I think a lot of people have been trying to communicate this before, but the way, for example, deforestation, the way we are transforming our environment, we are, uh, increasing the chances of this contact with new viruses. So for example, illegal wildlife. Trading, you know, if you're bringing species to different and because the world is so connected in three days, the whole, if you have a new disease in three days, the whole world is contaminated. So the COVID is really showing that we need to connect more. The dots. Between these issues of biodiversity conservation. You know, this, there is a link with zoonotic diseases. When you have pathogens, frighten animals, jump to humans, we still, we don't have definitive answers about how exactly COVID was created, but six out of 10 new diseases come from animals. You know, so this, this zoonotic disease. So, so we know that we are creating some sort of this possibility of increasing diseases and, and climate change. For example, Our natural ecosystem. So new mosquitoes there wouldn't be in Europe, for example, because of the climate. Now, if we find, so we have a new ecology of, of these diseases that it's important to understand and study again, we have, uh, researchers doing that. So planetary health brings this conversation and links, uh, this points. Passionistas: So let's take a step back. You talked about the fact that you're from Brazil. Tell us a bit about growing up there. And when did you first become aware of these issues and what inspired you to pursue this field. Nicole: Of course, I mean, I think I always wanted to, I remember as a, let's say teenager, the time you need to decide about university, I was between. Two things. I think I, I love studying. So I think my thing, I love learning. So doesn't matter what it is. I people say, oh, what's your favorite? You know, subject? I liked everything. Uh, at the end I started being better at humanities and others, but I was still at some point. Good, very good in chemistry. Very good in math, some parts of physics. So I wish I had more talent. I wish I had kept my talents. I found that time would be great for calculating it or model. Days, which I don't feel they're very capable, but I enjoyed, uh, learning and, and, and I enjoyed traveling. So that was a big thing. So I think, you know, if you're uncomfortable in new places. So for example, from Brazil, I remember going to Portugal at early age and I didn't enjoy so much because it was so similar. To Brazil. And I think nowadays I would think, uh, differently because it's a fantastic city in LIBO, for example, it changed so much, but the traveling part was inspiring. And so I was trying to find things, you know, what is, what can I do that unite all this many disciplines that I enjoy and, and traveling. So I initially, um, I also was very good at debating, especially my family. If I wanted something I would debate until they were tired. So it was, uh, some people found that of course, very annoying, but they thought would be, I would be a good lawyer. Right. So I thought about it. And in the end I found this brochure, that's saying, oh, international relation. It was a new course at that point, you know, remember also globalization and all this. So that's something we have a very, of course at the university of Sao Paulo is let's say top university in Brazil, depending on the subject, but is very, uh, important center, but they didn't have international relations when I was applying for it. So there was another univers. The head leading that in Sao Paulo and from Sao Paulo. And so I joined that and started doing international relations, but at that point, nobody knew what do you do with international relations? Right? It just, and in the first year it was, it was actually the time when the United States. Was not ready to sign or, you know, was withdrawing from the Coda protocol, which is the whole, the initial agreement, uh, in the whole climate sphere. So as a student in political science, I was like, why, if it's such a good thing for the planet, why we have the biggest power saying that they don't wanna agree with this? You know, that's, it's good for the plant. So that's how I entered the, the climate diplomacy conversation. So again, I entered the sustainability sphere through the political. Perspective. Right. And then from that on, I was started doing a lot of understanding how countries negotiate about the trees. So it was climate then biodiversity and quickly I could actually move to France. So my university had an agreement. So I moved to France and then started studying a lot from the perspective of European union, which is another whole in region and negotiations of agreement to have a global position. So all that it's endless and it was fascinating. But I tended to focus on the sustainable stable development aspects. And, you know, we have in Rio, Brazil also, we are very, it's a very important country for sustainable development. The Amazon has always been on the agenda. We have infinite natural resources, you know, is the mega diverse, uh, countries top. So Brazil has been very important for this negotiations. And so that's why I started my academic life. And there was no specific moment, right. This, I had an aha moment for other things later, but for that, I just really enjoyed the disciplines. And, and that's how I think also. We say the planetary health is really about multidisciplinary, you know, whatever we do, we need to unite disciplines. And international relations was always a, let's say a collection of disciplines. You did economics, law, sociology, you know, theology, linguistics things. And you had to make sense of all this. So I think from the early age, I was maybe comfortable navigating multidisciplinary systems and which today is very useful because, you know, you're kind of comfortable. You're not there to protect a discipline and you're just free to kind of have this dialogue, which is so, so important. So tell us about some of the fellowships that you've done through the years, the international Institute for sustainable development. Passionistas: What was your work like there? Nicole: Yeah, so, well, the international for sustainable development is actually the it's more, um, it's a think tank and that's through this organization that I could. Actually be in the practice of sustainability tracking sustainable development in real time, because you are, uh, going to all this at the UN and, and, and trying to understand the country's positions and why. So it's a lot of work of Intel in the end, the product you would say you would do reports and informing in a very succinct, uh, way what countries are doing. However you need the whole background. So we were, most of the people there were doing their PhDs or at least a master in one of the specific negoti later negotiations. So it was more, uh, yeah, so we were part of a global team tracking this, but usually also connected to your academic. Research. So this was during my PhD times where I could, I think, you know, I don't know, almost 60 countries and, and it was gave a lot of perspective, you know, from what people think, because one solution, you know, in Europe is not a solution in Africa is on solution in Latin America. And that's, that's why it's so slow. And that's why it's so difficult because of course we do need global solutions. However, you still need to kind of get the. Contextualized moments of this. So very challenging, but that's what I did there. It was really getting, uh, and track and sustainability in practice at the UN level. Passionistas: And as we mentioned in our intro in 2019, you became the first awardee of the Klaus Töpfer Sustainability Fellow. So tell us about that period and what, and what that experience was like. Nicole: So that's a very recent experience and it's, it's one of my favorites because it gave so, um, gave me a lot of freedom to, I think, do follow my passion and do the things that, you know, I use usually say it's it's. When is a time that you have time and money together, you know, it never either you have time or no, uh, no money or money and no time. So this was, this fellowship is really dedicated for two kind of people do their projects and elevate them. And so I was so proud to, uh, cost software is the former Minnesota environment in Germany. He was also the head of the United Nations department program before. So it was someone who was, you know, doing politics in Germany. But also went moved to Kenya and was the head of a large organization. And he had to also understand, right. This compromises, how it works. Africa is not the same as Germany. So, um, and of course it's very influential. Public figure. So I, he, uh, and together a few of, I think Noble Prizes founded, uh, this Institute in, in Potsdam. And it's a very interesting, I think I had a lot of intellectual freedom there and I could develop the book, "Breaking the Silos for Planetary Health," which if you don't have time to sit down and write it's, you know, you never finish. So I could do that. I could support Brazil in a large planetary health global event together with the Harvard university. And this was a fantastic, uh, really expanding the field of planetary health in Latin America. Because one of the things I try to say is there's no point of having planetary health conversation. If it's only in Australia, Europe and you know, north America. So I need to bring that to the global south. And I could found the social enterprise, uh, called women leadership, monetary health, and, and this has opened so many. To a lot of my work today. So I really enjoyed that and, and very supportive colleagues and directors, and it was really, really a very fun time in my career. I must, I'm very thankful for that. I think it was, you know, when you got these things at the right time, you really could. I think I used the opportunity and then COVID came and that for me professionally, Was good because I was talking so much about health sustainability, and unfortunately, see, you need a crisis to push these things and it's a sad reality, but from that perspective was a good timing to talk about this. Passionistas: Talk us through what you do. You connect policy makers and researchers. So what is that process? What's your day like? Nicole: Well, that's funny. My day has been the most. I don't have a routine I have now. I think it's first two weeks that I'm having more of a routine in my life and I'm almost 40. So I enjoy that. I think I worked a lot to get a lot of flexibility in my work life. So I have absolutely no routine because every day, and now with the pandemic, it became then a different world. Why we could do so much virtually and things, but it was more about, so I did a lot of work in different countries when. You know, ISD the internet. When I said I was tracking sustainment about negotiations, every time was in a different country. So I would be in the desert and the next week I would be in the Arctic literally. So you'll have to Pack, you know, for north of Finland and Dubai. So it has been very hectic, but I enjoyed that, but definitely not a common. Existence, especially for women, as we know, you know, people expect that you have your traditional things and then you have your family life like a traditional way and all that. And I always refused in a way and said, no, that's really exciting to not have these routine. That's not what I want. And during this time, so you, why, if you travel so much, you're also connecting with people around the planet. So it facilitates so. Your work doing, you know, if you have to gathering intelligence, you have to see what that country's thinking and what the others. So how can I, if I'm writing a paper. Or, or, you know, even my PhD, I had to really, for, for five years you were doing research and, and, and I was about the strategic partnership between Brazil and EU on the specific agreements. So things are evolving, right? So I need to track that. And so this connection is. First through research because you have to inform and you have to publish and you have to get the knowledge, but then once, once you are working with these organizations, you're actually also transferring that knowledge or trying to, you know, it's not so much of an academic exercise, but if you do, if you're working with think tanks, then you do round tables and you do other events. And it's more of the networking part, exchanging the word that I like here. Cross pollinating knowledge around disciplines. Institutions. So that's a lot of what I do. And so it's not a clear cut thing, but when you see, you have to yeah. Do your research like political scientist and a lot of interviews. For example, the method, if you're this participant observant, you know, you are in the process. So not only reading cuz what is published in the end, it's not necessarily what was happening. There's so much in politics that cannot be published. That's why these personal connections are so important because you need trust from these individuals to get the information. That's how I think, think it's a very important talent. So this personal [00:18:00] diplomacy with trust building networking in many countries that really helps to kind of today. I have my colleagues that, oh, we will. And I moved to Bangkok after, right. So I lived in France, then I moved to Thailand and I lived in Canada. I lived in Washington, DC, and I lived in more in Brazil, of course. And now I'm in Italy. So it's kind of, some point gets Tre with the bureaucracy, you know, the visa things. That's, uh, what I'm, but apart from that is fascinating because you adapt and I think that's what the world needs today. Right? We all had to adapt so fast, but honestly, for me, it was. When the lockdown came, I just felt that was just my regular life that everybody could finally understand that we could do so much online, that we could do so much virtually. So a lot of distracting of the negotiations we did virtually and I worked. Like this with slack or all this chat functions with people around the world that I never met since 2012. So, you know, 10 years later, the world figured out that it is possible. We don't need to fly across the world to have, you know, a one-on-one meeting that that's absolutely insane Passionistas: We're Amy and Nancy Harrington and you are listening to The Passionistas Project Podcast in our interview with Dr. Nicole de Paula. To learn more about Women Leaders for Planetary Health's mission to empower women to lead planetary health solutions at frontlines of development in the Global South visit WLPH.org. We'd like to take a moment to invite you to the third annual Power of Passionistas summit this September 21st through September 23rd, 2020. The three-day virtual event is focused on authentic conversations about diversity, equity and inclusion, this unique gathering of intersectional storytellers and panelists harnesses, the power of our rich community of passionate thought leaders and activists to pose solutions to the problems plaguing women and non-binary people. Early bird tickets are on sale now through August 21st for just $99 at ThePassionistasProject.com. So be sure to register before the special discount rate ends. We'd like to thank our sponsors, Melanie Childers Master Coach, Graceful Revolution, The OSSA Collective, Tea Drops, Aaron's Coffee Corner, Flourishing Over 50, Espinola Real Estate Team, Sarah Finns Coaching, Tara McCann Wellness, Aspira Public Affairs and TrizCom Public Relations. Now here's more of our interview with Nicole. Did you miss traveling though for someone who likes to be on the go. Nicole: Exactly, that's a very, you know, interesting question and. The good thing is I did so much that I feel that. I feel a bit satisfied with, you know, the places that I've been and it's never enough there's no, if you like traveling, you know, you can always do again and, and learn more and spend more time. But I definitely felt at the beginning was fine because, you know, with the lockdown you could produce everything and write, I used my time, a lot to do the writing and. What I miss is just, um, the easing, you know, the facility that you could go. So now, if you're in Italy, Italy, you have to go back to Germany. It feels like you're going to another continent in the civil war, you know? So, and that's the thing, it's very, it's sad because, you know, if you have family also abroad and it's just, it's kind of a, a worry that if you need to travel fast and, and, and not every. We'll have, you know, the same advantages or being treated equally. So in the end, the most vulnerable will always suffer more. They will not have support. They cannot. So I miss, I miss the, the easy connections to exotic places. so in 2019 new co-founded the planetary health research group. So tell us about that and what the mission is of that organization. So this group is at the, is hosted by the universal Sao Paul in Brazil. And, and it's hosted by the, there is an Institute for advances studies there and was with together with professor Antonio Saraiva, who is an absolutely partnering crime and that in Brazil and an amazing group of. Interdisciplinary researches. So we were, we actually with professor sarava, we met in the first meeting of the planetary health Alliance in Boston. It was hosted by Harvard and we met in a museum, uh, with, you know, I think it was natural history and you have like ping wings around us. So it was a very fun dinner. And in the bit of the. And we just connected. And for many years we were, you know, discussing and going to these meetings. Every, every it's an annual meeting until Brazil got the right to host for, for the first time the planetary health Alliance would, you know, give the right for a developing country to host this, this conference. And then we, we were just natural partners and we had, we were working direct together. So we decided to have this an official center, uh, at the university of Sao Paulo in the most interdisciplinary center. And this is growing now I'm affiliated I'm founder co-founder and professor is really leading that. Now he's a very senior professor there, so it's, it's just fascinating because it's not something, you know, that belongs to the university. Of Sao, but it's something that belongs to Brazil because we have many partners. We have people from all regions, as you know, Brazil's a very, very big country. So it's kind of really well distributed now. And it's fascinating to, even for me, when you go to meetings, you have all different accents from Brazil. You know that sometimes you, if you'll sustain your bubble, you don't even listen to different voices. And, and if you're advocating for this diversity in decision making it. You know, it starts there. We have to have people from different regions, so that's, it's growing and we could host successfully the. In last year. Yeah, because January, so definitely like, uh, last year, I think April, we got 5,000 people who register for this and, you know, from 130 countries. And, and because also it was the first time it would be in Brazil, but the pandemic had to be online, but we really took the opportunity to make this. An inclusive, you know, not that a lot of people would, this conferences would be usually around 400 people and we could at least bring that to the houses of, you know, in people in hundred, 130 countries. So, and that's why the, what I like to talk about also volunteer health movement. It's a scientific thing, but also if you don't talk and people don't get excited and don't wanna do things, it's usually right. The planetary health movement, as you know, social movement is very important as well. And I think we've worked quite well and there are now new programs of young ambassadors from different universities and they're doing things. So it's about also inspiring others to, to get to know more about the few, to apply to their, how would they think, you know, in their topic of research discuss this. So, yeah, so very proud of that one. That's how I could help my own country. Explore the team. And in 2020 you founded the Women Leaders for Planetary Health. So what is the mission of that organization? Nicole: Yeah, it was so the United nations climate conference, the cop 25 December. I had it with the support of, I, I asked this organization that was in pots. I really wanted to do something that would, I was doing so much on voluntary health, but the gender dimension was really mentioned. I wasn't hearing about it. It was just. You know, unknown issue. So, so, uh, I, I definitely the mission is we want to empower women to lead planetary health solutions in the global south, simple as that, because how many women, you know, and sustainability is very full of women, but how many women really leading solutions or, you know, receive funding to do their own thing, or that's the challenge that we have. Right. And so I wanted to focus. On that discussion first to understand why if we empower women, what's the difference for planetary. And I mean, we're doing research on that, right. But of course there's many indications that you can accelerate the impact of sustainable development policies. If you have women empowered and able to, to take the lead and, and make a change, if you wanna like in food systems, for example, if you, you can be investing agriculture in bio things, however, if women don't have land. You know, legally they're discriminated and they cannot produce their own things or do practices. Um, it's kind of useless. So we need to pay attention to this, to many of inequalities of inequalities, not only income, but also opportunities. And that's why I wanted to again, bring the planetary health conversation to low and middle income countries. So I was really targeting that as part of the. That's why the first, um, round we created a digital academy, which was with the pandemic was great because everything could be digital. And it could, we, we had third more than 30 countries participating in our things. So, and, and, and very, let's say non reachable, difficult countries, you know, we had people in Palestine had people from Sudan. We had people named Zimbabwe from Brazil, you know, in Latin America. In all these women, they all share the same problems, but also the same passion and the same solutions. You see the they're doers, you know, and the, the [00:28:00] narrative is really not to make oh, women is, I didn't create organizations to say, oh, we are suffering. It's so difficult. They're discriminated. The point is how we empower them to, to do what they wanna do and, but have the right resources and the leadership. So we focus really on, on leadership training sessions and with, we had our wonderful Angela field who also supported us on that. And I was mostly focusing on, on this research part of planetary health. And so we write papers and do the research as well. How climate or. Biodiversity. How does things connect to gender? Yeah. So that's how we, and it's, it's growing the UN, so it was good to also have that conversation at the UN that's, how it started. And now we are a social enterprise, you know, legal institution in Germany. And, and that's, I'm very excited to see how this is growing. We have a team in Brazil. Now we have things growing Africa. We have things in Southeast Asia. Yeah. Very excited. That's I think how we get that's the, the passion, I think our jobs. And if you work with the policy makers, it's not always fun. Right? They're of course politics entered in the middle. Things can be delayed and take time to, to drive change. But this is really the fun part. I think of my work, cuz you see the results and you see also the results at the personal level. You know, you have sometimes I think we underestimate how much we could help people by simple things, just, you know, supporting them with the letter. So the mentoring part of our, we had this digital academy, but also we were pairing individuals with senior mentors. So we had a mentorship program. Targeting low middle income countries, women in low middle income countries. So, and I heard so many stories after, because at the beginning I thought, well, you know, this is not, I mean, it's not a big deal. It's just, okay, we're helping a little bit. But when you see the later, what they tell and the things, the decisions that they took in the end, or the courage that they had to do, their own things, they really, you get surprised and you say, wow, and this is, you know, we did this and that's very rewarding. Passionistas: Can you tell us about maybe a success story, something that you've seen come through the organization? Nicole: Yeah, I think it, I mean, what I saw a lot was this positive. They tell stories that, oh, when I joined the program, I was, you know, I was a bit lost. I didn't know what to do or maybe careers. And they normally, they felt empowered to take the decisions that they already knew that they would do, but they felt validated somehow that that's, oh, that's I can do this. So I heard many stories like this. If they wanna maybe start a new master's program or if they wanna change careers, if they wanna quit their toxic. You know, there were stories like this or people who they want to change industries and do more work on sustainability. I saw a lot of this and simply, and maybe at the end, I can tell another story, but don't keep it a secret. Passionistas: So what can women who aren't kind of full-time activists in this field? What can we do on a day to day basis to have an impact on the planet? Nicole: Yeah. So this is a very, it's a common question that we get, right? So how, of course, everybody wants to know how they can make a better place of role, but I like to call attention to, to another point, because yes, you can do your recycles. You can eat, you know, reduce, consumption meat, normally, what is in terms of impact. If you change your diets, that's the easiest and the biggest impact you're gonna. So not so simple to do it. And especially it depends where you leave and your culture or your habit, but that's what researchers show that that's the biggest impact you can have. If you change your diet, you have of course, more, more, less meat, less a more plants. And so there is something called plenary health diet that it doesn't say you can never eat meat, but you know, Definitely. We have to shift the quantity and the proportion of things that we are eating, as we know we're not so healthy these days. So I would invite our, our participants to, to, you know, Google planter, health diet. That's an interesting exercise. But what I like to think about, and that's why it's, it's important also to think in this, which is also hard, but the systemic part, right. Nobody will completely change. What I'm trying to do is really how do you address the root causes of this problems that are saving? I don't think it's our five minute, three minute or 60 seconds shower that will do that. So when we try to put the, the solutions on the shoulders of individuals only, you're not addressing the problem. You're just masking. The problem. And you're just, you know, you want to delay action because what you need to do is to change drastic. You know, you need to change trade rules, you need to change the way supply chains you need to, it's not only one company, right. That company has thousands of companies involved in their business. So how do we do that? So I'm more interested now in, in really in. Transformative systems for sustainability. And of course we have the UN sustainable development goals who, who addressed it. It's a very, it's a plan for development and address so many questions that they're important. But as you see there, it's very hard to disconnect one goal from the other, but many institutions they say, oh, I do, you know, SDG two or four or five. I do gender. And what I like to say, no, if you don't do everything. A little bit, if you don't understand the connections, you're not doing much. So, which is difficult to do because obviously capacity and is limited. Time is limited. Resources are limited. We need to prioritize, use your best skills and maybe focus on what you can do best, but you need partnerships. Nobody will do this alone. So that's why the individual quest, what can we do is yeah, you can start with your house and then maybe influencing your own family and your building and start expanding, but also try to educate yourself about these connections, because I see a lot of people. Oh, use this or consume that, but there's so many inconsistencies things, you know, they would, maybe they are young activists, but they're using Neo Polish full of chemicals for, because it's cheaper from, I don't know, another country try to understand the whole picture. And, and I think that's the way we can have a bigger impact and on women. Right. Let me just, uh, address that. And I think because. Women need to support women. That's simple, you know, for too long, we are also trying this narrative. Oh, women are difficult. You know, today I was hearing someone, if you, since a lot of positions of power are, you know, occupied by men. Also, if, if you're a woman you're just maybe used to kind of, let's say. Working for men or serving that, you know, the ideas of men have. And, and then if women wants to do things they're normally considered difficult or challenging, you know, this is so typical and, and it's happening every day and it's just getting tiring now. And I think women need to stop that and help each other. To, instead of making things worse for ourselves, because we already have a lot of challenge in life. So it's, it's just not acceptable that we are also struggling with other women. So I think it just is more cohesion and support solidarity would make life for all of us so much easier. Passionistas: Thanks for listening to The Passionistas Project Podcast in our interview with Dr. Nicole de Paula. To learn more about Women Leaders for Planetary Health's mission to empower women to lead planetary health solutions the frontlines of development in the Global South visit WLPH.org. Please visit ThePassionistasProject.com to learn more about our podcast and subscription box filled with products made by women owned businesses and female artisans to inspire you to follow your passions. Double your first box when you sign up for a one-year subscription. And remember to get your tickets to the third annual virtual Power of Passionistas summit from September 21st through 23rd. Early bird tickets are on sale now through August 21st for just $99 at ThePassionistasProject.com. So be sure to register before this special discount rate ends. And subscribe to The Passionistas Project Podcast, so you don't miss any of our upcoming inspiring guests. Until next time, stay well and stay passionate.

Customer First Thinking
Transformative Marketing: An Interview with Professor V. Kumar, Ph.D Marketing at St. John's University (NYC), CEO of IMC Institute

Customer First Thinking

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 64:42


Every transformative era in the evolution of marketing has been triggered by a dramatic shift in people's media habits. Now marketing has entered a new phase of evolution, according to Professor V. Kumar, only this time the catalyst for change is the desire of customers for more meaningful engagement.

Against The Grain - The Podcast
ATGthePodcast 167 - Progress Through Partnership: The Dolly Parton Rule for Transformative Agreements

Against The Grain - The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 42:02


Audio from the 2021 Charleston Library Conference from a session titled “Progress Through Partnership: The Dolly Parton Rule for Transformative Agreements” presented by Lisa Janicke Hinchliffe, Professor,  University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Sara Rouhi, Director Strategic Partnerships, PLOS;  Mathew Willmott, Open Access Collection Strategist, California Digital Library; and Sybille Geisenheyner, Director of Open Science Strategy & Licensing, ACS. “If you don't like the road you're walking, start paving another one!” Dolly Parton's advice on how to be a “change agent” assigns responsibility to ourselves, not others. If there were any doubt before, then the deal the University of California system agreed with Elsevier in March 2021 ended the suspense: Open Access publishing– and the future of Open Science with it – lie down a path that publishers and library leadership must clear one transformative agreement at a time. Working together, they are shaping the paving stones deliberately to make a road that can handle the traffic for researchers and institutions. Each transformative agreement raises its own set of data and documentation requirements, including tracking and reporting on sophisticated financial information. New workflows as well as customer service support for authors and researchers are elemental. As in California, forging new and creative partnerships dependent on scalable, robust technology.  This presentation will provide an analysis of approaches that serve as a sturdy base layer to help develop solutions that meet the needs of all open access stakeholders.  Additionally, panelists will showcase how a shared technology framework has increased collaboration and simplified communication. Video of the presentation available at: https://youtu.be/8-IT7HCrv9w Social Media: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lisa-janicke-hinchliffe-3244b73/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/sararouhi/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/mathew-willmott-28662085/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/sybille-geisenheyner-23471910/ Twitter: @lisalibrarian, @RouhiRoo, @SGeisenheyner Keywords: #libraries, #publishing, #publisher, #academiclibraries, #openaccess, #2021ChsConf, #LibrariesAndPublishers #libraryissues, #libraryconference #podcast    

The Modern Therapist's Survival Guide with Curt Widhalm and Katie Vernoy

Therapy for Executives and Emerging Leaders Curt and Katie chat about how therapists can support leaders. We look at optimal leadership, leadership identity development, barriers for emerging leaders, challenges that executives face, and how therapists can support these leaders. We explore specific interventions and career assessment questions. This is a continuing education podcourse. Transcripts for this episode will be available at mtsgpodcast.com! In this podcast episode we explore how therapists can help leaders During times of turmoil - like a global pandemic, an unstable economy, and social unrest - we want to be able to rely on our leaders to help us weather the storm. We look to our employers, our legislators, and our community leaders to solve problems and remain calm. But who supports our leaders? It's important for therapists to understand leadership and the unique challenges that leaders face, so they can help. Further, therapists must be available to provide support to emerging leaders who are coming from much more diverse backgrounds and perspectives who may need help navigating a system that doesn't always accept them or align with their lived experiences. We talk about leader identity development and how leaders develop over time. We look at common barriers and challenges for leaders at all stages of development as well as suggested interventions to address these needs. What do therapists get wrong when working with leaders? “We may be hindering folks that we don't see as leaders based on what we know about them: either their identity and the kind of the societal bias, or based on what we know about how much they're struggling. And so, we won't be able to help these folks move into these positions of leadership and help them elevate themselves in that way.” – Katie Vernoy, LMFT Therapists don't include career assessments and leadership assessment Understanding the interrelation between work and mental health Bias related to stereotypical leaders and not seeing leadership where it shows up outside of able-bodied, tall, white men The calm, peaceful, work-life balance versus optimal performance and ambition Cosigning on poor work behavior and overwork What is good leadership? Leadership can be taught and can be beneficial for every client Concepts of leadership as a process and a position Interdependent, collaborative Servant Leadership Transformational Leadership What does leadership identity development look like? The 6 stages of the model created by Komives, et al. Moving from identifying leaders, understanding positional leadership, then moving to more of a process and interdependent relationship How leadership identity development impacts adult clients What impacts emerging leaders? Identities, especially marginalized identities Relationships with authority figures Resources, privilege within typical leadership development opportunities during childhood and early adulthood Relational trauma, boundaries, communication Marginalized identities and stereotypes with no sure-fire way to perform acceptably Lack of safety and empowerment Career and Leadership Assessment “Oftentimes, these stereotypes [related to marginalized identities] can really hit someone, and that can get in the way of them being able to be a good leader. First off, because they're not given the positions. But it's also something where they're navigating these stereotypes and having to twist themselves into pretzels, in order to fit in that little tiny line that is between ‘too much' and ‘too little'.” – Katie Vernoy, LMFT Career trajectory Leadership identity development stage Current employment Work/life balance Role of work in client's life and within family system Therapists Working with Leaders Life experience that therapists can draw upon Identifying what you don't know Understand your own work trauma and leadership development The CHAT Model (or Katie's model: clarify, imagine, simplify, act) Our Generous Sponsors for this episode of the Modern Therapist's Survival Guide: Thrizer Thrizer is a new modern billing platform for therapists that was built on the belief that therapy should be accessible AND clinicians should earn what they are worth. Their platform automatically gets clients reimbursed by their insurance after every session. Just by billing your clients through Thrizer, you can potentially save them hundreds every month, with no extra work on your end. Every time you bill a client through Thrizer, an insurance claim is automatically generated and sent directly to the client's insurance. From there, Thrizer provides concierge support to ensure clients get their reimbursement quickly, directly into their bank account. By eliminating reimbursement by check, confusion around benefits, and obscurity with reimbursement status, they allow your clients to focus on what actually matters rather than worrying about their money. It is very quick to get set up and it works great in completement with EHR systems. Their team is super helpful and responsive, and the founder is actually a long-time therapy client who grew frustrated with his reimbursement times The best part is you don't need to give up your rate. They charge a standard 3% payment processing fee! Thrizer lets you become more accessible while remaining in complete control of your practice. A better experience for your clients during therapy means higher retention. Money won't be the reason they quit on therapy. Sign up using bit.ly/moderntherapists if you want to test Thrizer completely risk free! Sign up for Thrizer with code 'moderntherapists' for 1 month of no credit card fees or payment processing fees! That's right - you will get one month of no payment processing fees, meaning you earn 100% of your cash rate during that time. Simplified SEO Consulting Simplified SEO Consulting is completely focused on helping mental health professionals get their websites to show up on Google. They offer trainings and small group intensives to teach you how to optimize your own website. Their next small group intensive is open for enrollment now and starts in August. Take the first step to reaching more ideal clients with their next Small Group SEO Intensive. You don't have to be tech savvy to learn SEO! These days, most people go to Google when they're looking for a therapist and when they start searching, you want to make sure they find you! Simplified SEO Consulting walks you step by step through the process of optimizing your website with their Small Group SEO Intensives. Led by Danica Wolf, a seasoned SEO instructor with an MSW and strong understanding of the mental health world, you learn what content you need to add to your website and how to optimize it with your ideal client in mind. Then watch your online rankings climb! Next one is enrolling now and begins in August, 2022! Visit simplifiedseoconsulting.com/seo-mastermind to learn more and register.   Receive Continuing Education for this Episode of the Modern Therapist's Survival Guide Hey modern therapists, we're so excited to offer the opportunity for 1 unit of continuing education for this podcast episode – Therapy Reimagined is bringing you the Modern Therapist Learning Community!  Once you've listened to this episode, to get CE credit you just need to go to moderntherapistcommunity.com/podcourse, register for your free profile, purchase this course, pass the post-test, and complete the evaluation! Once that's all completed - you'll get a CE certificate in your profile or you can download it for your records. For our current list of CE approvals, check out moderntherapistcommunity.com. You can find this full course (including handouts and resources) here: https://moderntherapistcommunity.com/podcourse/ Continuing Education Approvals: When we are airing this podcast episode, we have the following CE approval. Please check back as we add other approval bodies: Continuing Education Information CAMFT CEPA: Therapy Reimagined is approved by the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists to sponsor continuing education for LMFTs, LPCCs, LCSWs, and LEPs (CAMFT CEPA provider #132270). Therapy Reimagined maintains responsibility for this program and its content. Courses meet the qualifications for the listed hours of continuing education credit for LMFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs, and/or LEPs as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences. We are working on additional provider approvals, but solely are able to provide CAMFT CEs at this time. Please check with your licensing body to ensure that they will accept this as an equivalent learning credit. Resources for Modern Therapists mentioned in this Podcast Episode: We've pulled together resources mentioned in this episode and put together some handy-dandy links. Please note that some of the links below may be affiliate links, so if you purchase after clicking below, we may get a little bit of cash in our pockets. We thank you in advance! Katie's Leadership and Management Books Worth Reading on Pinterest   References mentioned in this continuing education podcast: Ben-Noam, S. (2018). Cracking the Intrapsychic “Glass Ceiling” for Women in Leadership: Therapeutic Interventions. Psychoanalytic Inquiry, 38(4), 299–311. https://doi.org/10.1080/07351690.2018.1444856 Chang, Ting-Han. ”A Critical Study of How College Student Leaders of Color Conceptualize Social Justice Leadership.” Indiana University ProQuest Dissertations Publishing,  2022. 28964612. Chen, C. P., & Hong, J. W. L. (2020). The Career Human Agency Theory. Journal of Counseling & Development, 98(2), 193–199. https://doi.org/10.1002/jcad.12313 Cullen, Maureen E., "Understanding Women's Experience in Undergraduate Leadership Development Through a Transformative and Intersectional Lens" (2022). Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 102. https://pilotscholars.up.edu/etd/102 Komives, S. R., Longerbeam, S. D., Owen, J. E., Mainella, F. C., & Osteen, L. (2006). A Leadership Identity Development Model: Applications from a Grounded Theory. Journal of College Student Development, 47(4), 401–418. https://doi.org/10.1353/csd.2006.0048 Murphy, S. E., & Johnson, S. K. (2011). The benefits of a long-lens approach to leader development: Understanding the seeds of leadership. Leadership Quarterly, 22(3), 459–470. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.leaqua.2011.04.004 Oldridge, K. (2019). A grounded theory study exploring the contribution of coaching to rebalancing organisational power for female leaders. Coaching Psychologist, 15(1), 11–23. Tang, M., Montgomery, M. L. T., Collins, B., & Jenkins, K. (2021). Integrating Career and Mental Health Counseling: Necessity and Strategies. Journal of Employment Counseling, 58(1), 23–35. https://doi.org/10.1002/joec.12155 Wallace, D. M., Torres, E.M., & Zaccaro, S. J. (2021). Just what do we think we are doing? Learning outcomes of leader and leadership development. The Leadership Quarterly, 32(5). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.leaqua.2020.101494. *The full reference list can be found in the course on our learning platform.   Relevant Episodes of MTSG Podcast: What to Know When Providing Therapy for Elite Athletes Millennials as Therapists Financial Therapy   Who we are: Curt Widhalm, LMFT Curt Widhalm is in private practice in the Los Angeles area. He is the cofounder of the Therapy Reimagined conference, an Adjunct Professor at Pepperdine University and CSUN, a former Subject Matter Expert for the California Board of Behavioral Sciences, former CFO of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists, and a loving husband and father. He is 1/2 great person, 1/2 provocateur, and 1/2 geek, in that order. He dabbles in the dark art of making "dad jokes" and usually has a half-empty cup of coffee somewhere nearby. Learn more at: www.curtwidhalm.com Katie Vernoy, LMFT Katie Vernoy is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, coach, and consultant supporting leaders, visionaries, executives, and helping professionals to create sustainable careers. Katie, with Curt, has developed workshops and a conference, Therapy Reimagined, to support therapists navigating through the modern challenges of this profession. Katie is also a former President of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists. In her spare time, Katie is secretly siphoning off Curt's youthful energy, so that she can take over the world. Learn more at: www.katievernoy.com A Quick Note: Our opinions are our own. We are only speaking for ourselves – except when we speak for each other, or over each other. We're working on it. Our guests are also only speaking for themselves and have their own opinions. We aren't trying to take their voice, and no one speaks for us either. Mostly because they don't want to, but hey. Stay in Touch with Curt, Katie, and the whole Therapy Reimagined #TherapyMovement: Patreon Buy Me A Coffee Podcast Homepage Therapy Reimagined Homepage Facebook Twitter Instagram YouTube   Consultation services with Curt Widhalm or Katie Vernoy: The Fifty-Minute Hour Connect with the Modern Therapist Community: Our Facebook Group – The Modern Therapists Group Modern Therapist's Survival Guide Creative Credits: Voice Over by DW McCann https://www.facebook.com/McCannDW/ Music by Crystal Grooms Mangano https://groomsymusic.com/  

PCOC Sermons
You Are Transformative!

PCOC Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 41:16


July 24th, 2022 - Here's Some Good News Series - Since we are transformative, there are people who are willing to exploit us to serve their interests. Here's Some Good News! God knows we need to be changed and He through Christ Jesus is willing to transform us to be the very best people we can be. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/michael-simmons5/support

Simon Temple AME Zion Church
A Transformative Faith

Simon Temple AME Zion Church

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 55:08


Pastor Keith Tillett's message from Sunday, July 24, 2022

Friday Podcasts From ECSP and MHI
Episode 254: Transformative Climate Security: A Conversation with Josh Busby

Friday Podcasts From ECSP and MHI

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 33:10


Why does climate change lead to especially bad security outcomes in some places but not others? In this week's New Security Broadcast, Josh Busby, Associate Professor at the LBJ School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas-Austin, discusses the latest thinking on this essential question as laid out in his new book, States and Nature: The Effects of Climate Change on Security, with ECSP Program Associate, Amanda King, and ECSP Senior Fellow, Sherri Goodman.  In States and Nature, Busby examines intriguing case studies that demonstrate that—when it comes to climate insecurity—proximity is not destiny. Drought-driven famine devastated Somalia, but led to less dire outcomes in neighboring Ethiopia. Another drought that sparked civil war in Syria resulted in less overt conflict next door in Lebanon. He argues that a combination of state capacity, political exclusion, and international assistance explains why some nations suffer particularly acute negative security outcomes and not others.  “Whether or not states have the capability to deliver services,” observes Busby, “is an important piece of whether or not governments are able to deliver services in the lead-up to exposure to climate threats—and are able to respond in their wake.”  Political representation—and the lack of it—also matter to a nation's climate resilience. Busby observes that this is especially true when favored groups within a given society receive more aid when the entire nation is exposed to climate hazards. He says his research reveals that “inclusive political societies—those that try to include all social groups in representation in government—typically end up with more just outcomes.”  Busby recently had an opportunity to merge theory and practice when he took a leave of absence from UT Austin to serve as a Climate Advisor in the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) in 2021 and 2022. He believes that the experience will shape his research going forward. “When you're in academia,” says Busby, “you don't really have an appreciation for the levers and tools that governments have—and don't have—to be able to try to shape and influence outcomes.” What scholars bring to the discussion is essential, Busby adds. Between managing budgets and navigating a bureaucracy of confusing acronyms across the U.S. government, researchers possess an expertise rooted in their understanding of the rich and developing literature on the connections between the cause and effect of climate and insecurity. Yet, translating good ideas into policy and programs can be a challenge. “If you want to be a change agent, to make the world better,” he says, “you have to invest some time and understanding into what those instruments and levers are.”   Busby's extensive research and recent experience at the DoD has convinced him that most of the instruments to deal with climate security impacts will be civilian instruments and levers. Citizens, and not the military, will be the first line of defense for affected nations. Governments of countries that are affected by climate impacts must respond, of course. But Busby says that their efforts will be more effective if they are backstopped by international assistance that “first and foremost is going to be development and diplomatic resources.” Given his recent stint at DoD, however, Busby does see a critical role for militaries to play in navigating climate security issues, especially via military-to-military cooperation or disaster risk reduction. Such activities will come in to play particularly when civilian capacities may be limited and where militaries are needed to respond to extreme weather events and other climate-related emergencies. Yet he insists that there is a need to invest more fully in instruments and power structures separate from national defense, if only “to ensure that it doesn't become the responsibility of the military to do this work.”  Goodman and Busby share an interest—and a track record—of marrying academia and public service. They agree that it is no easy feat to navigate ways to make a difference through a career in public service and also work in the climate space with students and young professionals.  Reflecting on her own illustrious career in public service, Goodman advises those who would follow in her footsteps and seek the rewards of that path to surround themselves—and focus on working with people who have a shared vision and sense of purpose. “Change can occur,” she says. “We have to be in it together as a collective.”  As Busby returns to the classroom, he says he wants to ensure his students are not dismayed by the challenges of the field. “It's a hard space to work in and sustain one's optimism about the future,” he observes. ”But…we have to work and continue to have a sense of duty and obligation even if the problems are hard.” 

The Wintering Sessions with Katherine May
Remona Aly on breaking an engagement, and the transformative force of grief

The Wintering Sessions with Katherine May

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 52:06 Very Popular


Welcome to the Wintering Sessions with Katherine May.While we take a rest over the summer, we're sharing some remastered episodes from Season One, chosen by listeners.In this episode, I speak to journalist and broadcaster Remona Aly about her life-changing decision to call off an engagement, and how it echoed through the years to teach her about forgiveness, faith and empathy.This is such a special one for me - I went to school with Remona, and I think you can hear our joy at reconnecting after a couple of decades, and feeling so at home in the process. We cover all of human life here: buckle in.We talked about:Finding the sacred in everyday lifeHow grief changes youThe need for communityBreaking off an engagement and family shameREMONA LINKSOnlineTwitterInstagramKATHERINE LINKSShop all books from The Wintering SessionsPatreonNewsletterHomepageTwitterInstagramThe Wintering SessionsKatherine's writing classNote: this contains affiliate links which means Katherine will receive a small commission for any purchases made. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Get Inspired and Innovate
Transformative TeacherTutorials- Episode 106

Get Inspired and Innovate

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 20:55


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VOCE Dialogues
Ep.41 | June Boyce-Tillman, performer, composer, workshop leader & keynote speaker

VOCE Dialogues

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 41:01


Chloë Goodchild in conversation with  international performer, composer, workshop leader & keynote speaker, June Boyce-Tillman, discussing compassion, suffering, Hildegard von Bingen, John Taverner, Christianity, and much more.The VOCE Dialogues offer a simple, accessible in-depth ground for poets, authors, musicians, visual artists, and visionary teachers to share and disseminate their insights about the transformative practice of contemplative, creative and compassionate communication.The Rev Professor June Boyce-Tillman MBE is an international performer, composer, workshop leader and keynote speaker.  She is an Emerita Professor of Applied Music at Winchester University and an Extra-ordinary Professor at North West University, South Africa.  She has published widely in the area of education and music, often on spirituality/liminality and eudaimonia.  Her doctoral research into children's musical development has been translated into five languages and supported the development of improvisatory activities in the classroom. She has written about and organised events in the area of interfaith dialogue using music including the international improvising Peace Choir on Zoom. She has held visiting fellowships at Indiana University and the Episcopal Divinity School in Massachusetts, US. She is an international performer, especially in the work of Hildegard of Bingen. Her large scale works for cathedrals such as Winchester, Southwark and Norwich UK involve professional musicians, community choirs, people with disabilities and school children. She lectures internationally and is concerned with wellbeing, spirituality and radical musical inclusion culturally and personally. Her first book on music and spirituality was published in 2000 - Constructing Musical Healing – The wounds that sing  (Jessica Kingsley). She is currently editing the series on Music and Spirituality for Peter Lang which includes her book, Experiencing Music-Restoring the Spiritual; Music as Wellbeing, the edited collection Queering Freedom: Music, Identity and Spirituality: Perspectives from Ten Countries and her autobiography Freedom Song: Faith, Abuse, Music and Spirituality: A Lived Experience. She founded MSW – Music, Spirituality and Wellbeing – an international network sharing expertise and experience in this area. http://mswinternational.org/She is a hymn writer with a collection published by Stainer and Bell of inclusive language and ecological hymns – A Rainbow to Heaven.   These are used internationally. She is an Anglican priest serving All Saints Church, Tooting, having also served in Winchester Cathedral. http://www.impulsemusic.co.uk/juneboyce-tillmanChloë Goodchild is an international singer, innovatory educator, author and founder of The Naked Voice (1990) and its UK Charitable Foundation (2004), dedicated to the realization of compassionate communication in all realms of human life. Deafness in childhood catalysed Chloë's deep encounter with her inner self, and began a lifetime's experiential research into the voice as a catalyst for personal evolution and global transformation.https://www.chloegoodchild.com/Support the show

InsideOut with Mike Alkire
A Transformative Approach to Venture Capital for Healthcare

InsideOut with Mike Alkire

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 34:34


On this episode of InsideOut, we welcome Deena Shakir, Partner at Lux Capital for a fascinating discussion on her career leading transformative investments in healthcare and other sectors.

BY VOLUME 🎶 🍹 🎙

Welcome back to By Volume.Co-hosts *Danny and Laura* continue their season 1 ride with with Zoey Henderson from Fungtn, the world's first non-alcoholic craft beer made with adaptogenic mushrooms. In today's mini episode (aka a regular length episode for most other pods

Positive Vibe Tribe
Transformative State

Positive Vibe Tribe

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2022 0:44


One positive thought in the morning can change your entire day! Here are some Wellness items that can make a positive impact on your day! https://amzn.to/3tNwfHE The Face Behind the Voice https://www.instagram.com/jonathanbelle/

VOCE Dialogues
Ep.40 | Neil Douglas-Klotz, writer, teacher & artist

VOCE Dialogues

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 42:35


Chloë Goodchild in conversation with writer, teacher & artist, Neil Douglas-Klotz, discussing compassion, his upbringing, Dances of Universal Peace, Aramaic, and much more.The VOCE Dialogues offer a simple, accessible in-depth ground for poets, authors, musicians, visual artists, and visionary teachers to share and disseminate their insights about the transformative practice of contemplative, creative and compassionate communication.Neil Douglas-Klotz, Ph.D. is a renowned writer, teacher and artist in the fields of Middle Eastern spirituality and the translation and interpretation of the ancient Semitic languages of Hebrew, Aramaic and Arabic. Living in Scotland, he was for many years the co-chair of the Mysticism Group of the American Academy of Religion.A frequent speaker and workshop leader, he is the author of several books. His books on the Aramaic spirituality of Jesus include Prayers of the Cosmos, The Hidden Gospel, Original Meditation: The Aramaic Jesus and the Spirituality of Creation, Blessings of the Cosmos and Revelations of the Aramaic Jesus (2022). His books on a comparative view of ‘native' Middle Eastern spirituality include Desert Wisdom: A Nomad's Guide to Life's Big Questions and The Tent of Abraham (with Rabbi Arthur Waskow and Sr. Joan Chittister). His books on Sufi spirituality include The Sufi Book of Life: 99 Pathways of the Heart for the Modern Dervish and A Little Book of Sufi Stories. He also edited four collections of the work of Middle Eastern mystic Kahlil Gibran. He has written a mystery novel set in the first century C.E. Holy Land entitled A Murder at Armageddon.The words Neil sings in Aramaic during the podcast are from the fifth Beatitude in the gospel of Matthew: Tubwayhun lamrahmane d'layhun nehwun rahme.For more information about  his work, see the website of the Abwoon Network or his Facebook page https://abwoon.org/https://www.facebook.com/AuthorNeilDouglasKlotzChloë Goodchild is an international singer, innovatory educator, author and founder of The Naked Voice (1990) and its UK Charitable Foundation (2004), dedicated to the realization of compassionate communication in all realms of human life. Deafness in childhood catalysed Chloë's deep encounter with her inner self, and began a lifetime's experiential research into the voice as a catalyst for personal evolution and global transformation.https://www.chloegoodchild.com/Support the show

World of Wisdom
138. Lawrence Kampf: Arts, negative space, transformative work in transformative times

World of Wisdom

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 74:14


This conversation with Lawrence Kampf (more on Lawrence check out his webpage) was a rich, slow exploration. Rich in content and exploration. We talk about what the theatre and showmanship has to show us in our lives, creative containers and their potential for transformation, the negative space as in the unseen as well as that which is hidden. We also touch upon quite a few different ways of discovering attention as superpower of orientation. Lawrence has had a career as a theatre consultant for big shows like Cirque de Soleil and the Lion King. He is now a transformative coach and works with companies, leaders and leadership teams through the Nova Earth Institute (visit the page to find out more). Enjoy!

The Filmlosophers
Lesson 323: Thor: Love and Thunder - Transformative Development (Spoilers)

The Filmlosophers

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 77:07


Between retro cuts and Marvel butts, the Filmlosophers engage in a discussion about the latest chapter in phase 4 of the MCU, Thor: Love and Thunder. The Weathered Wayfarers dive head first into the film's comedic measures and raw moments, while also delving into new information behind Marvel's treatment towards its creative staff. Are the walls cracking for the superhero factory over at Marvel? Or has Taika and other like minded directors breathed new life into the genre? Grab your grapes & your popcorn, & tune in to find out in this week's episode of The Filmlosophers!

Occupational Therapy Insights
Transformative equality: Court accommodations for South African citizens with severe communication disabilities

Occupational Therapy Insights

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022


This research aimed to identify court accommodations recommended by legal experts, which could assist individuals with severe communication disabilities in the South African court.

Chatham House - Undercurrents
Episode 107: Transformative diplomacy in peace talks

Chatham House - Undercurrents

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 23:35


Why are some peace talks more fruitful than others? Why do negotiations break down? What role can mediators play in sensitive discussions? To answer these questions, Mariana is joined by Isabel Bramsen, who discusses her recent article in the International Affairs journal. In it, Isabel draws on her research and first-hand experiences as a neutral observer during the Philippines peace talks in 2017. They explore key learnings for policymakers and diplomats, including the transformative role of in-person interactions. Then, Isabel assesses the prospect of peace talks in the context of the ongoing conflict in Ukraine. Read the International Affairs article: Transformative diplomacy? Micro-sociological observations from the Philippine peace talks Credits: Speaker: Isabel Bramsen Host: Mariana Vieira Editor: Jamie Reed Recorded and produced by Chatham House. 

UnderCurrents
Episode 107: Transformative diplomacy in peace talks

UnderCurrents

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 23:35


Why are some peace talks more fruitful than others? Why do negotiations break down? What role can mediators play in sensitive discussions? To answer these questions, Mariana is joined by Isabel Bramsen, who discusses her recent article in the International Affairs journal. In it, Isabel draws on her research and first-hand experiences as a neutral observer during the Philippines peace talks in 2017. They explore key learnings for policymakers and diplomats, including the transformative role of in-person interactions. Then, Isabel assesses the prospect of peace talks in the context of the ongoing conflict in Ukraine. Read the International Affairs article: Transformative diplomacy? Micro-sociological observations from the Philippine peace talks Credits: Speaker: Isabel Bramsen Host: Mariana Vieira Editor: Jamie Reed Recorded and produced by Chatham House. 

The Smart Communications Podcast
Episode 116: How can you direct transformative fundraising for your nonprofit?

The Smart Communications Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 22:24 Very Popular


Farra Trompeter, co-director, and Rhea Wong, fundraiser and author of Get That Money, Honey!: The No-Bullsh*t Guide to Raising More Money For Your Nonprofit, chat about how people's feelings about money impact their ability to fundraise.

Earth Ancients
Mara Branscombe: Ritual as Remedy

Earth Ancients

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 73:35


A step-by-step guide to potent self-care and soul-care rituals that awaken freedom, joy, intuition, self-love, and your inner mystic• Explains how ritual can serve as a way to ground yourself, invite in the new, let go of what needs to be shed, and tap into your own inner powers• Shares ancient and modern rituals, ceremonies, and practices to connect with the seasons, the lunar cycles, and the five elements, as well as open your heart, dance with your shadow self, grow your intuition, and connect with your body• Offers detailed instructions for each ritual, ceremony, and transformative healing practiceHEALING BALM for psyche and soul, ritual invokes a unique magic that allows us to step beyond the mundane and touch base with the sacred turning points in our life and the truth of our soul's calling.In this evocative guide, Mara Branscombe offers potent soul-care rituals and ceremonies to purify and strengthen minds, hearts, and bodies, so as to enable us to activate our inner power. Connecting with the pagan wheel of the year, the five elements, and the lunar cycle, soulstirring rituals and step-by-step healing protocols show a path towards a deeper, heart-centered living. Transformative practices such as guided meditations and visualizations, breathwork, altar creation, and discovery of our personal empowerment mantras facilitate our healing journey. Ancient and modern ceremonies and specific spiritual formulas help us embody a loving existence, dance with our shadow self, engage with grief, grow our intuition, dismantle limiting beliefs, and heal toxic patterns to find inner strength and peace.Ritual as Remedy is an invitation to shape-shift, heal, transform, and reclaim one's true soul purpose through powerful self-care protocols that awaken freedom, joy, and a wild, untamed self-love.Mara Branscombe is a yoga and meditation teacher, writer, mother, artist, ceremonialist, and spirit coach, who finds great joy in leading others along the path of self-transformation. She is passionate about weaving the art of mindfulness, selfcare, mind-body practices, and earth-based rituals into her offerings. Mara lives in Vancouver, Canada. www.ritualasremedy.com

Empowered Jewish Living with Rabbi Shlomo Buxbaum
R' Nasan Maimon: Hope, Happiness, and the Transformative Teachings of Breslov

Empowered Jewish Living with Rabbi Shlomo Buxbaum

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 72:40


Rabbi Nasan Maimon is recognized internationally as a dynamic teacher, compassionate listener and experienced counselor who provides well-grounded applications of the teachings of Rebbe Nachman in contemporary life. He served as the Executive Director of the World Breslov Center and is the founder of BreslovTorah.com, which provides global access to Rebbe Nachman's wisdom in English with a searchable database and library of over 5,000 authoritative, text-based classes. In this episode we discuss Rabbi Maimon's story and mission, as well as how the Breslov movement is impacting the world. We also speak about the history and the current situation of Uman, Ukraine. Finally, Rabbi Maimon shares with us some of the core teachings and practical advice of Rabbi Nachman of Breslov.  Special for our podcast listeners!!! You can now purchase my book "The Four Elements of an Empowered Life" with a 15% discount at MosaicaPress.com using the special discount code: EMPOWER! When you purchase the book, aside from the joy it will bring you, you are also supporting this podcast and our work! So THANK YOU!!! If you enjoyed this topic, here are other episodes that you will certainly enjoy: R. Yaakov Klein: Searching for the Lost Passion of Judaism R' Shlomo Katz: Getting in Touch with the Song of our Souls R. Judah Mischel on Finding Spirituality in Every Moment

Sunset Bible Church
Why Praise is Both Right And Transformative (Psalm 8) - Sing to the Lord

Sunset Bible Church

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2022 43:35


Message from Jay Mosser on July 3, 2022

Midnight, On Earth
Episode 100 - Transformative Near Death Experiences w/ Michelle Clare

Midnight, On Earth

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 75:05


In this episode I speak with medium, intuitive, and three-time near death experience survivor...Michelle Clare. Michelle tells the incredible stories of her near death experiences, and how they both changed her life and activated her spiritual gifts. She also shares with us some of the other experiences with ethereal beings which guide and help each person.. Drop In! It's our 100th episode!www.michelleclare.netMichelle Clare Bio: Michelle Clare is a Certified Medium, Angel Intuitive, Spiritual Coach, Energetic Healer, Intuitive Life Coach and 3 time Near Death Experience (NDE) survivor. She receives messages from loved ones who have crossed over, as well as Angels and Life Guides. In a span of 11 years she had 3 near death experiences, the first was in April 2000, the second was in May 2006 and a monumental life changing event in which Michelle suffered a traumatic brain injury on November 1, 2011. Shortly after this life altering event, she started receiving information for other people from their loved ones who had transitioned. All 3 NDEs were a reminder of an unconditional love and connection that surpasses our earthly life.  During readings, Michelle is divinely guided by the client's Spirit Team to lovingly empower, direct, provide comfort and hope for each individual. She is known for giving factual information: personality traits, characteristics, and validations of signs that loved ones are sending. She helps each person she reads to raise their vibration, clear their energy and understand that they are not living life alone.Michelle has been featured in Craig McMahon's documentaries, “Life To Afterlife: I Died, Now What” and “Life To Afterlife: Death and Back, Chapter 3”. She is in negotiations with Netflix for an upcoming documentary. As a Certified Evidential Medium, Michelle regularly works with the Helping Parents Heal organization and has been a guest on numerous podcasts such as “Coast to Coast AM Radio” with George Noory and “A Matter of Life and Death” with Arizona Bell. She is also currently the co-host for the radio show Supernatural Girlz. Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Faisel and Friends: A Primary Care Podcast
Ep. 67: Trailblazing Transformative Care w/ Dr. Susan Schayes

Faisel and Friends: A Primary Care Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 32:24


This week on Faisel & Friends, we're discussing Trailblazing Transformative Care. We're talking with Dr. Sue Schayes, ChenMed's Chief Transformation Officer. Our conversation explores transformative care, really how to invest in and lead and develop others, and also ChenMed's new state-of-the-art, Best in Class, Transformative Care Fellowship Training Program.Click here to learn more about the Fellowship in Transformative Care.Being a doctor is your calling because you couldn't imagine doing anything else. Let's talk about your career goals in medicine. Connect with us and tell us how you dream of practicing medicine. Want to learn more about how we do healthcare? Visit our resource center and check out how we are transforming healthcare. Don't forget to subscribe to ChenMed Rx to receive the latest news and articles from ChenMed.

Pastoral Reflections Finding God In Ourselves by Msgr. Don Fischer
PRI Reflections with Monsignor Don Fischer - TRANSFORMATIVE SPIRITUALITY

Pastoral Reflections Finding God In Ourselves by Msgr. Don Fischer

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 2:15


Monsignor Don Fischer reflects on how spirituality evolves and transforms over time.

Insurtech Insider by 11:FS
120. Insights: How can we build a transformative and inclusive future for insurance?

Insurtech Insider by 11:FS

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 57:20


Nigel Walsh and John Bean are joined by a panel of fantastic guests to talk through all things culture in insurance. Culture is a very wide topic and can cover a variety of lenses: the culture of innovation, the move towards a digital culture, social culture, which is a topic that we have covered here on the podcast quite a lot - especially with our recent ESG podcast, and many more cultural lenses. Culture in insurance has a bad rep, and for good reason with recemt press reports, but it might not be all bad with lots of good work happening across the industry. So join us while we try to figure out what is currently going on, and how we can build a transformative and inclusive future. Joining us today: * Lou Smith, Chair of the Board at Innovate Finance * Alex Bond, Founder at FinPro and host of the Leadership in Insurance podcast All that and much more on this week's episode of Insurtech Insider! Subscribe so you never miss an episode, leave a review on iTunes and every other podcast app. Spread the insurtech love by sharing or tweeting this podcast. Follow us on Twitter: @instechinsiders where you can ask the hosts questions, or email podcasts@11fs.com! Special Guests: Alex Bond and Lou Smith.

BioScience Talks
Transformative Change to Protect Biodiversity, Climate

BioScience Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 32:45


We're joined by Dr. Pam McElwee, Professor of Human Ecology at Rutgers University, and Dr. Sarah Diamond, Associate Professor of Biology at Case Western Reserve University. They were here to discuss their recent BioScience article, Governing for Transformative Change across the Biodiversity–Climate–Society Nexus, which describes principles for addressing global environmental crises.The abstract of their article follows.Transformative governance is key to addressing the global environmental crisis. We explore how transformative governance of complex biodiversity–climate–society interactions can be achieved, drawing on the first joint report between the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services to reflect on the current opportunities, barriers, and challenges for transformative governance. We identify principles for transformative governance under a biodiversity–climate–society nexus frame using four case studies: forest ecosystems, marine ecosystems, urban environments, and the Arctic. The principles are focused on creating conditions to build multifunctional interventions, integration, and innovation across scales; coalitions of support; equitable approaches; and positive social tipping dynamics. We posit that building on such transformative governance principles is not only possible but essential to effectively keep climate change within the desired 1.5 degrees Celsius global mean temperature increase, halt the ongoing accelerated decline of global biodiversity, and promote human well-being.

The Biblical Mind
How the Early Church Engaged with Scripture (Brian J. Wright)

The Biblical Mind

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 37:31


When we think of the early church, some of us might imagine groups of illiterate believers guided by one or two trained readers or teachers. In fact, the historical reality was very different. Brian J. Wright describes an ancient world obsessed with reading—especially public, communal reading of significant texts, including lots of questioning and dialogue. In this episode, Dru Johnson and Brian Wright examine literacy levels in the Roman Empire, the early church's engagement with Paul's letters, and historical evidence about reading in the first and second centuries. They also discuss the modern church's Bible engagement, and how we can take a more dialogical and active approach to reading Scripture. Brian J. Wright is an associate pastor at Denia Community Church, an adjunct professor, and author of Communal Reading in the Time of Jesus: A Window into Early Christian Reading Practices. He studies communal reading in the scholarly context, challenging long-held views about literary culture, and also encourages contemporary communal reading practices. Show notes: 0:00 The "public reading mania" of the early Christian era 3:20 Transformative, communal texts 5:53 Literacy levels in the Roman Empire 9:40 Defining "communal" 12:23 Jewish practices for reading and debating Scripture 14:18 A culture of collective correction 17:27 Early Christian dialogue 21:11 Dialogue in the modern church 26:47 Reading entire epistles 32:40 Reading "as long as time permits" 35:28 Augustine about Ambrose reading Tweetable Quote "There's wisdom in us doing it [reading and teaching] together. Everything about the community is really at the heart of the conversation." Show notes by Micah Long Credits for the music used in TBM podcast can be found at: hebraicthought.org/credits.

Thank You Heartbreak
237: The Fiery Feminist Spirit with Frieda Hoffman

Thank You Heartbreak

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 67:41


Transformative coach, mediator, creative consultant, and first time author of Carry Me: Stories of Pregnancy Loss, Frieda Hoffman joins Chelsea 10 minutes in to normalize the dialogue around death and desire and open up about the emotional seesaw of infertility and pregnancy loss, cycling between hope and disappointment, an all encompassing love and then estrangement, and learning to chart one's own path with a fiery feminist spirit in the midst of surrendering to the vulnerable space of partnership, the mystery of one's body, and the lurking sense that maybe this isn't meant for me. We talk about struggling with depression and suicidal ideations as a teenager, turning dark energy into a big energetic ball of human and creative potential, debunking the myth of needing to be fully healed to be worthy of a fulfilling and freeing partnership, and the beauty and bravery of gifting ourselves the possibility of love and more connection especially when we're not a finished masterpiece.To connect with,Frieda Hoffman:Website: http://friedahoffman.comBook: https://www.friedahoffman.com/bookAmazon: Carry Me: Stories of Pregnancy Loss Coaching: https://www.friedahoffman.com/coachingInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/friedahoffmanwritesChelsea Leigh Trescott:Website: https://breakupward.comAdvice Column: https://www.huffpost.comWriting: https://thoughtcatalog.com/chelsea-leigh-trescottInstagram:  https://www.instagram.com/thankyouheartbreakFacebook:  https://www.facebook.com/musingsEmail: chelsea@breakupward.com

Mining Stock Daily
Roscan Gold Sees a Transformative 2022

Mining Stock Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 15:02


Nana Sangmuah of Roscan Gold joined us on the floor of PDAC this week to share his corporate comments on the company's resource published last week and how the company is ready for transforation throughout 2022.

Thrive Culture: Success Engineering
S5E22 Leon Vanderpol: How to do Deep Transformative Work by Leaning into Fear and Joy...

Thrive Culture: Success Engineering

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 55:45


Leon VanderPol is an internationally-recognized leader, master teacher, and author in the field of transformational coaching and transformative living. He is the Founder of the Center for Transformational Coaching and the author of A Shift in Being: The Art and Practices of Deep Transformational Coaching. At the core of Leon's teaching lies the healing of human consciousness—what happens when we consistently begin to experience ourselves beyond our ego-based state of consciousness to our essential self and soul. We talk about the 4 different levels of awareness and engagement with a situation and how to move through them, how to live a life beyond fear, and how to train to experience more joy and fulfillment. Website: www.centerfortransformationalcoaching.comSocial:https://www.linkedin.com/company/center-for-transformational-coaching/ https://www.facebook.com/transformationalcoachingcenter https://www.instagram.com/transformationalcoachingcenterA Shift in Being Book Discount (print or ebook):30% off when purchased from the publisher's site: https://store.bookbaby.com/book/A-Shift-in-BeingCoupon code: ASHIFTINBEING Valid until December 31, 2022Download your Success Engineering Blueprint Ebook atwww.successengineering.orgFollow me at:Linkedin:  https://www.linkedin.com/in/michaelbaumanse/Instagram:  https://www.instagram.com/michaelbaumanse/

The Johnny King Show
The Importance of Transformative Experiential Work with Michael Gay

The Johnny King Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 58:06


Episode 358: In this episode you'll learn about…Get EXCITED! (0:46)Explaining adulthood to a child. (9:33)How men learns through modeling. (20:44)The stages of culture creation. (33:28)The power of transformational group experiences. (42:47)The shadow side of our virtues. (50:22)

KPFA - The Visionary Activist Show
The Visionary Activist Show – Transformative Storycraft at Dark of Moon (Replay)

KPFA - The Visionary Activist Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 59:58


Feminine as F*ck
226: Talking transformative, healing sex with Jamie Rea | What masculine men need, what it takes for a man to commit and what emasculation feels like

Feminine as F*ck

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 48:10


In today's episode I spoke with Jamie Rea a Relationship & Transformation Coach, Award-Winning Screenwriter, Filmmaker, Storyteller, Comedian and Comedy Writer. Jamie combines a deeply somatic and energetic approach to his coaching and healing work that helps move clients into deeper levels of integration and release inside the body, helping clients to unlock their power, claim their voice and connect deeply to their greatest soul potential. We dive into: · what it takes for a man to be in that space and to claim a woman · What holds men back from fully committing to themselves · Transformative and healing sex · what a masculine man looks for in a woman · Emasculation ⇢Jamie's Website: www.jamienrea.com ⇢Jamie's Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jamienrea ⇢ Jamie's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jamie.n.rea/ ⇢ Join the Men and Money Bundle: https://monicayates.com.au/monica_work/men-and-money-bundle/ ⇢ Follow the FAF instagram: https://www.instagram.com/feminineasfuck_/ ⇢ Read the blog: https://monicayates.com.au/226-talking-transformative-healing-sex-with-jamie-rea-what-masculine-men-need-what-it-takes-for-a-man-to-commit-and-what-emasculation-feels-like/ ⇢ BTS Bubble: https://monicayates.com.au/monica_work/monicas-bts-bubble/ ⇢ UNEDITED magazine: https://monicayates.com.au/unedited-magazine/

Mind Pump: Raw Fitness Truth
1824: Building Muscle & Burning Fat on a High Carb Diet, How to Workout When Time Is Limited, Ways to Reignite Interest in Working Out & More (Listener Live Coaching)

Mind Pump: Raw Fitness Truth

Play Episode Listen Later May 28, 2022 94:02 Very Popular


In this episode of Quah (Q & A), Sal, Adam & Justin coach four Pump Heads via Zoom. Mind Pump Fit Tip: Contrary to popular media, the BIGGEST threat to modern societies is obesity. (2:46) Justin's interesting choice of workout music. (23:49) Are comedians pushing the limit purposely? (28:22) Finding the silver linings in the negative. (31:14) Transformative news in the Maximus saga. (34:36) Why the most common silly fights between couples are about the temperature. (43:00) Fun Facts with Justin: Take your ashes and turn them into a playable vinyl record. (48:54) Butcher Box's MASSIVE deal! (52:59) Mind Pump's HUGE Memorial Day Sale is on NOW! (56:12) #ListenerLive question #1 - What should my focus be on, health/program-wise, if I am now consuming 60% of my calories from carbs? (57:35) #ListenerLive question #2 - Any advice for someone who doesn't have the motivation to train themselves? (1:07:56) #ListenerLive question #3 - How should I be building a priming session going into a workout? (1:16:38) #ListenerLive question #4 - How can I program my workouts around a busy schedule? (1:23:47) Related Links/Products Mentioned Ask a question to Mind Pump, live! Email: live@mindpumpmedia.com Visit Chili Sleep for an exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! Visit Butcher Box for this month's exclusive Mind Pump offer! MASSIVE Memorial Day Sale! 50% OFF ALL MAPS PROGRAMS! ENDS JUNE 1ST – **Promo Code MD2022 at checkout** Obesity Statistics Mind Pump #1527: The 3 Step Solution To The Obesity Epidemic Hitmakers: The Science of Popularity in an Age of Distraction – Book by Derek Thompson Raised by Wolves | HBO Max Originals Watch Ricky Gervais: SuperNature | Netflix Official Site Adenoids | Enlarged Adenoids | Adenoid Removal | MedlinePlus 30 Silly Fights Every Couple Has Had At Least Once You Can Have Your Ashes Turned Into a Playable Vinyl Record, When Your Day Comes My Next Guest Needs No Introduction With David Letterman Visit MASSZYMES by biOptimizers for an exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! **Promo code MINDPUMP10 at checkout** Mind Pump #1780: Why Blood Tests Are Overrated With Dr. Stephen Cabral MAPS Symmetry Landmine University Prime Bundle MAPS Prime Webinar MAPS Prime Pro Webinar MAPS Suspension Training MAPS Fitness Anabolic Luna Physical Therapy Mind Pump Podcast – YouTube Mind Pump Free Resources People Mentioned Jordan Peterson (@jordan.b.peterson)  Instagram Vicki Reynolds (@vicki__reynolds)  Instagram Dr. Stephen Cabral (@stephencabral)  Instagram Paul Saladino, MD (@carnivoremdbackup)  Instagram