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Associations today face intense pressures that threaten their continued relevance. Operating as you've traditionally done for the last 10, 20, or more years is not a viable option. Gone are the days when members would automatically renew. Today individuals expect value in return for membership. Why shouldn't they? They have a higher demand on their time and more choices on how and from whom they can obtain information due to rapid advances in technology, competition, and social networking. M ...
 
Splendid Speaking supports advanced learners of English who want to develop their top-level speaking skills and communication strategies. Each podcast features a recording of non-native speakers of English carrying out short tasks individually or in pairs such as making presentations or taking part in discussions. Each recording contains expert feedback on the speaker's performance. Also, visit the Splendid Speaking website at splendidspeaking.com to subscribe to our newsletter which gives a ...
 
The Everyday Mindfulness Show is the premier podcast that is bridging personal mindfulness practices to mindful leadership in the workplace. Join host, Holly Duckworth, CAE, CMP, LSP, & CEO of Leadership Solutions Intl., as she interviews leaders in the mindful leadership industry. Researchers, doctors, lawyers, authors, chief officers and more explore how they are improving corporate culture. By increasing employee satisfaction, financial prosperity and customer experience, they are expandi ...
 
WOVE Inspiration interviews women who “use their voice” to share their stories of overcoming issues such as mental illness, abuse, and many other obstacles in life. Everyone has a story; some good, some not so good. The common factor for guests on WOVE Inspiration are their victorious endings.
 
TechTalk: The Dark Side es el programa nocturno que se transamite en vivo donde Carlos Fernández de Lara, Gabriel "Vraymar" Yáñez, Mauro Mendoza (por lo regular), Pablo Corona (por lo irregular) y alguno que otro invitado se reúnen para echar la plática de café. En un tono completamente irreverente, soez y vulgar, estos pseudo expertos de la tecnología —pero geeks al 100%— hablan de los temas más interesantes en el mundo de los gadgets, videojuegos, social media y demás temas tecnócratas.
 
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This week we welcome Dr. John Mulhausen AIHA President and Larry Sloan, AIHA CEO for a discussion on how to accelerate your advancement in the world of industrial hygiene. We will look at how those in the health and safety world can advance and prosper in today’s unique environment. John Mulhausen Ph.D., CIH, CSP, is currently President of AIHA. He…
 
A rare account of mysterious “elf dancers” seen, 1757, by four Welsh children, who were, then, chased by a threatening, copper-colored “warlike Lilliputian”. Could the fairies have taken up Morris-dancing? Source file: https://www.academia.edu/53238330/Source_File_The_Elf_Dancers_of_Cae_CaledBy Chris and Simon
 
This podcast series is our attempt to offer a theoretical learning business MBA program, and we invite you to play along. Imagine you’re in business school and about to hear a guest lecture by Mary Byers, a speaker, facilitator, consultant, and author of several books, including Race for Relevance: Five Radical Changes for Associations. She’s also …
 
Melynn Sight and her company nSight Marketing help associations win the battle for member attention, readership and engagement. It all begins with a compelling value proposition that conveys why the association matters. She is the author of the book Breakthrough Value which helps associations understand what a value proposition is and the 7 critica…
 
Both marketing and strategy are fundamental to the health and success of a learning business, which is why we’re addressing them in the context of the learning business MBA. Of course, the learning business MBA doesn’t exist yet. Rather, we’re using it as shorthand for the key skills, knowledge, and behaviors needed by those working in market-facin…
 
This week we welcome Chris Howells, Aprilaire Senior Product Manager Ventilation and Purification Systems, to talk HVAC & IAQ: What Works!. We have very recently had some excellent building science shows with Joe Lstiburek and Nate Adams. It seems like a good time to see what a major manufacturers’ Product Manager for Ventilation and Purification c…
 
Lisa Raitt and Anne McLellan know first-hand the challenges of governing in a minority parliament. They both served as cabinet ministers in minority governments – Raitt as a Conservative and McLellan as a Liberal. “Long term planning is harder,” McLellan told Goldy Hyder in the Speaking of Business podcast, “but that doesn't mean you can't get big …
 
Chances are, if you’re in the learning business, you probably didn’t go to school knowing this is where your career would take you. Some of you may a have strong background on the learning or education side, while others may have it on the business side—but likely, you don’t have an equally strong background when it comes to both, and it may be dif…
 
This week we welcome Michelle Blevins owner and publisher of C&R Magazine. A lot is happening in the industry and Michelle has her finger on the pulse join us as we dig in and learn more about some of the big changes in the cleaning and restoration industry. LEARN MORE this week on IAQ Radio+. Michelle Blevins is a content creator, marketing consul…
 
Mark Engle, DM FASAE CAE is a principle with Association Management Center in their governance consulting practice. Participating in more than 400 board meetings and serving on five Boards of Directors translates to Mark’s in-depth knowledge of board membership and governance. He has worked closely with William Brown at Texas A&M University to publ…
 
This week we welcome back Nate “The House Whisperer” Adams for a lesson on HVAC and IAQ. We did not get to discuss HVAC as much as we wanted with Dr. Joe Lstiburek so we asked Nate to join us and continue the discussion. We will talk about his "electrify everything" mantra, the HVAC 2.0 program and BAD ASS HVAC. Nate and his partners are trying to …
 
This week we welcome back Paula Schenck, MPH for a discussion about Health and Safety during the COVID Pandemic, risk communication plus a few other current events and topics that will be of great interest to our audience. Paula last joined us in 2016 when she was part of a panel we interviewed at the Maine IAQ Conference in Portland, Maine. Paul S…
 
Hilary Marsh is president and chief strategist of Content Company, a content and digital strategy consultancy that helps associations get better results from their content by improving their practices. Content is more than just your magazine or newsletter or blog. From Hilary's perspective, content is everything an association does including event …
 
This week we welcome back Joe Lstiburek, PhD, P. Eng. for a discussion about his new book "Moisture Control for Residential Buildings". The first edition came out in 1991 and with all the changes to code, materials, methods, etc. it was time for a new edition. Mission accomplished, now it’s time to LEARN MORE about the current state of Moisture Con…
 
To view the video version of this podcast episode, click here. From successfully living with HIV to finding out that because of that diagnosis you can no longer follow your dream to become an airline pilot could be devastating to most people. But this news didn’t stop James Bushe fight to achieve his dream. James is a true trailblazer; he changed t…
 
​​​​​​​In our latest Leading Forward podcast episode, Maureen gets personal with Anne Hagen, CPA, VSCPA board chair and CEO of the Masonic Home of Virginia. They discuss life and death, running a retirement community during a pandemic and leading a $100,000 centennial campaign honoring the first Black CPA in the United States.…
 
Rick Bawcum is the CEO / Founder of Cimatri, a professional services firm specializing in digital transformation for associations and non-profits. We're talking today about the benefits and challenges of embracing a digital first mindset along with some of the most impressive gains we've seen from associations who have engaged in digital transforma…
 
To view the video version of this podcast episode, click here. Being the pilot of a Spitfire is something many aviators can only dream of, but Matt and his team decided to embrace a the challenge by flying their Silver Spitfire around the world! Such a trip had never been attempted before and it took this iconic aircraft, and the pilots, from the G…
 
This is the last installment in our seven-episode series on learning science’s role in a learning business, and we’ve covered a variety of interesting topics. But we want learning science to be more than interesting. We want you to apply it so you can elevate the success and impact of your learning business, as well as the success and impact of the…
 
Learning science uses evidence-based practice to support learning, and evaluation plays a critical role in providing that evidence by revealing its true impact. To help us unpack how evaluations should inform decisions about learning, we spoke with Dr. Robert Brinkerhoff and Dr. Daniela Schroeter, co-directors of the Brinkerhoff Evaluation Institut…
 
This week we welcome Joe Lstiburek, PhD, P. Eng. for a look back at his career and to get his thoughts on some current events. This will be a exclusive two part interview. Today, in Part 1, we'll discuss his early days in construction up to current events including COVID-19, the Miami building collapse, Code updates and more. We'll continue our dis…
 
Maddie Grant, CAE is co-founder of Propel and an expert culture designer and digital strategist who focuses on helping organizations prosper through culture change. She has specific expertise in digital transformation and generational differences in the workplace. Even though associations have been talking about digital transformation for years, th…
 
Practice and feedback are essential to effective learning, yet all too often they aren’t given the time and attention they deserve by learning businesses. Practice and feedback are powerful tools for moving a learning experience away from pure theory and content and towards deeper learning and application in the real world. In this fifth episode in…
 
This week we welcome Jack Springston, CIH, CSP - ACGIH Bioaerosols Committee Vice Chair Neil Zimmerman, PhD, PE, CIH, FAIHA - ACGIH Industrial Ventilation Committee Member and Frank Mortl III, CAE - ACGIH Executive Director for an update on ACGIH COVID documents and the new Bioaerosols Monograph on Air Sampling Instrumentation. ACGIH has collaborat…
 
In our latest Leading Forward podcast episode, we talk with Ace Callwood, facilitator and director at Envoy, about finding our place in a post-pandemic world, leading with your head, heart and hands and getting reacquainted with ourselves and our colleagues. Listen to the full podcast here, and now you can watch the podcast recording here.…
 
Both Ruth Colvin Clark and Myra Roldan are evidence-based learning designers who combine a nuanced understanding of learning theory with years of hands-on experience developing solutions. Ruth is principal and president of Clark Training & Consulting and has spent her career as an instructional psychologist, working with diverse organizations. She’…
 
This week we welcome Dr. Jennifer Sahmel and Kirk Phillips to explore the concepts of Total Exposure Health (TEH) and Total Worker Health (TWH). TWH's primary goal is to improve the well-being of the U.S. workforce by protecting their safety and enhancing their health and productivity. Total Exposure Health is a strategy to evaluate individuals’ ex…
 
Garth Jordan is CEO of the American Animal Hospital Association and we're talking about replacing a traditional mission and vision statement with a simplified version called a just cause. With a mission and vision statement that was close to 70 words and a values statement of another 120 words, no one could memorize either one and it was a challeng…
 
Learner needs are important—but, in the context of learning businesses, learner wants are just as important. Correctly satisfying these needs and wants requires figuring out what to offer—not by assuming or guessing what’s needed in the market but by following processes and systems that yield the data to prove it. In this third installment in our s…
 
Dr. Megan Sumeracki is an associate professor of psychology at Rhode Island College and co-founder of The Learning Scientists, a group of cognitive psychological scientists aiming to make scientific research on learning more accessible to students, teachers, and other educators. Her area of expertise is in human learning and memory, and in applying…
 
This week we welcome the Intentional Restorer and DYOJO podcast host Jon Isaacson. We're going to continue our deep dive into the restoration world but with a little different focus. Last week we had an excellent show following the RIA 75th Diamond Anniversary Convention. One of last week's guests joins us solo this week to discuss how the Old Guar…
 
Guests: Joe Skeel, Executive Director of the Indiana State Bar Association, Stephanie Mercado, CEO of the National Association of Healthcare Quality and Jackie Davis of Loyalty Research Center. Market research can help your board envision the future, determine where to focus and prioritize, and guide conversations and planning. It can also help you…
 
Jeff Cobb and Celisa Steele For any organization offering learning, learning science is important. But it’s arguably even more important for learning businesses because of the far-reaching impact that can be achieved from effectively applying it. In this first installment in our “Learning Science for Learning Businesses” new seven-part series, we t…
 
Editorial Note: We’ve written about the importance of learning culture and suggested that fostering a learning culture requires a different perspective on learning and—by extension—what’s needed to support effective learning. It also requires re-thinking significantly how the stakeholders in your learning business interact, the assumptions they bri…
 
This week we welcome a cast of restoration all-stars for an update on the state of the industry following the RIA’s 75th Diamond Anniversary Convention last week in Orlando, FL. RIA is the Big Daddy of the restoration industry and their convention is the highlight of the year. Hot topics at this year’s event included what RIA has identified as the …
 
Canada’s Magna International is a $40 billion company that employs more than 158,000 people in 28 countries. Yet in the eyes of its CEO, it’s really “a 60-year-old startup”. “We are still a startup because we are in a $3 trillion industry and it's changing,” says Swamy Kotagiri. “Every time there is change, there is opportunity.” The Aurora, Ont.-b…
 
Harrison Coerver is president of Harrison Coerver and Associates, a consulting firm specializing in strategy and planning for associations and other tax-exempt membership organizations. He is also co-author of Race for Relevance and Road to Relevance. With the release of the 10th anniversary edition of Race for Relevance, we reflect back on how the…
 
This week we are doing a special tribute show for one of our all time favorite guests McGregor “Mac” Pearce, MPH. We will be joined by some IEQ legends that worked with Mac over the years, Joe Lstiburek, Mike McGuinness and the Restoration Global Watchdog Pete Consigli to discuss Mac’s contributions to the industry and then we will replay our favor…
 
This week we welcome three distinguished guests for their perspective on how COVID has changed the IAQ world forever. Important topics such as how viruses and other infectious diseases are transmitted are being reexamined. Is it possible that we will go back to the pre-COVID status quo after the pain of the pandemic subsides? What is the most impor…
 
Mallorie Brodie wants to see a cultural shift in Canada – one that embraces risk. The CEO and co-founder of Kitchener, Ont.-based Bridgit Inc. says Canadians have a “level of discomfort” when it comes to taking risks, but it’s essential when scaling up a business. She should know. Over the past eight years Brodie and co-founder Lauren Lake have bui…
 
Ed Light holds degrees in Environmental Science from the University of Massachusetts (B.S.) and Marshall University (M.S.), is a Senior Fellow of the American Industrial Hygiene Association, has authored over 40 scientific publications on assessment and control of the indoor environment and has chaired several national scientific committees. In the…
 
Seth Kahan is an executive strategy advisor on change and innovation who works with senior leaders and association executives. He is also the author of four books including business bestseller, Getting Change Right. Taking time for solo thinking is a habit we encourage all leaders to incorporate into their lives because if you're not pouring into y…
 
This week welcome Richard Shaughnessy, PhD, IAQ Director at the University of Tulsa and the Cleaning Industry Research Institute (CIRI) Executive Director John Downey. Dr. Shaughnessy is a legend in the IAQ world and many of our listeners express their thanks for his role in trying to bring research and practice together over the years. Dr. Shaughn…
 
As Guy Cormier looks ahead to a post-COVID Canada, the president and CEO of the Desjardins Group says it’s time for all of us to embrace a new approach. “Capitalism has lifted a lot of people out of poverty,” he says. “[But] at the same time, I think it's quite obvious that there is some collateral damage.” Cormier points to climate change and inco…
 
Karyn Greenstreet is a small business consultant, mastermind group expert and founder of The Success Alliance™ — a company devoted to helping individuals and organizations design and grow their own mastermind groups. What is a mastermind group? What are the benefits to your association? What are the benefits to members who join a mastermind? How sh…
 
On Valentine's Day 2020, IAQ Radio+ formally introduced The Moisture Mob (MM) to its growing list of loyal listeners. Since the late fall of 2019 till the present day, IAQ Radio+ has done 8 shows in the moisture mob series and has 3 more in the pipeline for 2021. The MM shows have been informative, entertaining and highly educational with an emphas…
 
When the federal government appealed to business for help in the fight against COVID-19 last spring, technology company CAE answered the call. It developed a ventilator prototype in 11 days and started manufacturing it soon after. But that’s not all. CAE designed online training programs to teach healthcare workers how to protect themselves from in…
 
Jeff Cobb and Celisa Steele As we close out our seven-part series on the frontiers of learntech, we want to help you make sense of what the wide-ranging topics that emerged mean for the future of your learning business. Through the interviews with Ashish Rangnekar, Sam Sannandeji, Sae Schatz, and Donald Clark and our own reflective episodes, we’ve …
 
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