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Hi, I'm Chris. In 2014, I zig-zagged across the country on my somewhat trusty motorcycle to meet, interview, and learn from other men who have navigated their path of grief, healing, and manhood in the wake of their father's suicides. These episodes feature their stories and insights. Devastatingly, suicide is the tenth leading cause of reported death in the United States, with over 41,000 people taking their own lives each year. This project aims to reduce the shame and stigma for survivors ...
 
A collaborative and interactive horror storytelling series created by Craig Groshek and presented by Chilling Tales for Dark Nights. The ongoing, serialized series is hosted by Steve Taylor, narrated by Dr. Creepen, and stars Jason Hill, and each chapter is written by members of the audience, with future installments determined by the number of up-votes they receive on the YouTube releases of the series. For more information about the series, visit the Chilling Tales for Dark Nights YouTube ...
 
www.livesinthebalance.org
 
The Collaborative Business Podcast is an inspirational source for business executives, alliance professionals and entrepreneurs to provide useful insights to the best ways of working together in business-to-business collaboration, like strategic alliances and partnerships.
 
This podcast acts as supportive material for the Clark County School District's Teaching American History Grant module on Immigration and Collaborative Biographies. During the module, third, fourth, and fifth grade classroom teachers learn about immigration from 1880-1920 through reading history books and children's literature, writing a book report, and writing a historical fiction chapter book.
 
The program will begin with a lecture and examples format. As the season continues, Dr. Adizes will interview CEO’s that have provided effective leadership to their companies. Topics for the show will include How to predict if a company is well managed or not; Management/ mismanagement styles: how to predict who will do well; What is considered normal and abnormal for a start-up company; The pitfalls of being a founder of a company; Why partners start to fight and why; What it means to be a ...
 
A 2007 business and technology conference in Bucharest, organized by SOPOLEC Business Advisory Services.
 
Through short profiles of different people and their stories, LIFTED aims to capture the various perspectives of a community in modern America.
 
Keeping the community sector up-to-date about topical issues is the key purpose of Collaborative Voices. It’s a regular, informal conversation on air with someone or about something as a way of keeping people informed.
 
Discussions on Collaborative Divorce. How to get divorced without going to court and reducing the stress and toxic nature of the traditional divorce.
 
The Collaborative Resolution Project (CRP) examines the PEOPLE, PROCESSES, and PRINCIPLES of an alternative dispute resolution strategy employing a team-based negotiation model. This approach is highly relevant especially for divorcing couples but equally appropriate in any human conflict scenario (e.g., family business issues, leadership challenges, parent-adult child impasses, and probate disputes). It serves as an emotionally intelligent alternative to the traditional litigated or adversa ...
 
Expanding awareness about and usage of this approach to resolving disputes and making decisions without using the courts.
 
Teamwork. We all want to be good team players, especially when we are focusing on the needs of young adults with disabilities. Why then is it so difficult to form new teams and to keep veteran teams focused? How do we know if our teams are effective? “Leading Collaborative Transition Teams” is a series of podcasts from (TASC), the Transition Alliance of South Carolina. The mission of TASC is to increase successful postsecondary outcomes for young adults with disabilities through interagency ...
 
Ideas collaborative is an independently owned podcast streaming window. You can expect to find thoughtful, dynamic, and encouraging ideas for your day to day life.
 
The mission of Health Story Collaborative is to keep the patient voice alive in healthcare and to harness the healing power of stories. By collecting, honoring and sharing stories of illness and healing, we strive to make the process of navigating illness less isolating and to empower individuals and families facing health challenges. Our belief, supported by research, is that storytelling is healing for both story sharers and listeners. Stories have the power to transform individuals as wel ...
 
On the last Thursday of each month the PCPCC hosts its Monthly National Briefing, a public teleconference where members, partners, and medical home advocates can join in the conversation to learn more about trends, innovations, partnerships, and advancements in the medical home sector. The calls feature a brief presentation from one or more experts in the primary care and medical home field to discuss the latest research or best practices in the areas of care delivery transformation, payment ...
 
This is a monthly podcast of the Biblical Higher Education Collaborative. Each month, we chat with a leader in biblical higher education.
 
Teaching English at the secondary level can often be an isolating experience for teachers, but it doesn't have to be. Collaborative Teaching Podcast's host, Jenny Guzman, is passionate about connecting with teachers and helping them grow. This podcast is focused on bringing reading and writing workshop solutions to devoted English teachers.
 
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Andrew Chambers found an anvil in his father’s workshop, and eventually decided to become a blacksmith. What does Andrew think the future holds for the millennia-old job?
 
You've heard of a rumble in the jungle, now you can be cutthroat with the goat and get kill-y with the billy. In the black, sulphurous corner...it's Bonejelly! Other interesting things happen, some of them involving hardware supplies. @FlipFlopPodcast flipfloptabletop@gmail.com Leave us a review - https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/flip-flop-t ...…
 
George K. Arthur has had a prolific political career. George takes us back to 1963 to explain how a favor to a friend and a small merry-go-round set him on the road to one of his first big elected positions. Music: Sneaky Snooper by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license Artist: Audionautix…
 
Writing in front of our students seems intuitive and obvious, but it also seems to rarely happen. Many of us assign our students writing without actually doing the writing ourselves. This episode is going to explain exactly why you may want to reconsider this and start writing in front of your students now.…
 
This is Season 1, Episode 2 of the BHE Collaborative Chats. September 2018 featured Dr. Gary Munson, Chief Academic Officer at SUM Bible College & Theological Seminary. Segment Breakdown: Cohort Model 0:00-8:10 Financial Affordability 8:10-10:10 Niche in Market 10:10-11:10 Virtual Classrooms 11:10-14:10 Graduate Programs 14:10-18:30…
 
A weekly podcast of real-life stories brought to you by Rise Collaborative. LIFTED profiles the people and perspectives in an American community. Through telling stories of people starting something new, people striving for personal goals and people thriving in their community, LIFTED aims to capture the various experiences of modern America. E ...…
 
Kelly Gallagher is qouted as saying, students need to go through many crappy drafts before they can get to the good ones. A reading and writing workshop approach is essential to giving students the volume and practice they need to develop as writers. This episode will outline the basics of running a reading and writing workshop.…
 
The CRP podcast provides an entertaining dialogue among professionals committed to guiding people in conflict towards a saner resolution of their differences. We hope you enjoy the topics, lessons learned, and intelligent insights for navigating life’s challenging dilemmas. Ken & Brad discuss the Collaborative Participation Agreement which serv ...…
 
Third episode's the charm. Join us as Rowe tries to come to terms with the vast but undefined responsibilities laid on him by the ever-serious Twinkle Fancyfeet...and tries not to adopt any more animal friends. There's a festive atmosphere in Kidneystone, but is there something darker lurking...
 
In the traditional first day on a secondary school campus, students file into their first class, receive the syllabus and learn the rules and procedures. Rinse and repeat. It's time to shake this up a bit. The first day is more than a rules and procedures day; it is a day to connect and establish our classroom climate and community. Listen or r ...…
 
Join us again for a second helping of the delicious Rowe. Will the mysterious Quenlyn lead our hero astray on the shadowy forest paths? Will Rowe succumb to that seductive addiction to quest? Will Franny ever return? Listen on to find out.
 
Building rapport with your students is one of the most valuable things you can do as a teacher. Building rapport gets your students on your side and helps you have a smoother running classroom. When students feel connected to their teacher, they learn better, and helping students learn is a goal of every teacher.…
 
Our goal as teachers is to help students become competent, life-long learners. The only way to acheive this is to trust our students to own their learning. This is why giving students choices in their learning is of the utmost importance. Find out how much choice, which areas are most important for providing choice, and ideas for building choic ...…
 
This is the monthly Biblical Higher Education Collaborative chat. We can be found at bhecollaborative.org. We spoke with Dr. Paul Alexander, the Vice President for Academic Affairs at Hope International University. Dr. Alexander talked about retention, online courses, assessment, what Hope does well to attract students, and collorative efforts. ...…
 
Welcome to the first proper episode, where the adventure begins in earnest! Meet Rowe, our new character, who you will no doubt soon see as a dear friend. The world unfolds, a foul beast is vanquished, a raincoat is used for a dubious purpose.
 
In Chapter 2 of Waking Nightmare, written by Jeanette Wittstein – narrated by Dr. Creepen, and starring Jason Hill (also featuring Olivia Steele) – our yet unnamed protagonist finds himself face-to-face with a far less demonic, yet still quite mysterious entity, which attempts to shed light upon his dismal surrounds. The question is: will he ta ...…
 
Welcome to Flip Flop Tabletop. In this pilot episode, we introduce our premise that we can create a funny adventure when neither of us can plan more than one session ahead. Characters are introduced, problems are overcome, dice are rolled.
 
In Chapter 1 of Waking Nightmare, written by the Dark Scholar as based on a winning writing prompt from Steven Wright – and narrated by Dr. Creepen, and starring Jason Hill (also featuring Kristin Holland) – our unlucky (and unnamed) protagonist awakes to find himself in a strange place, with no idea how or when he got there, or what he is mean ...…
 
Collaborative Storytelling Podcast using 5th edition rules from Dungeons and Dragons. In this episode, we meet Megila - a Dragonborn Paladin who receives urgent news from the boarder lands.
 
Collaborative storytelling podcast using 5th edition Dungeons and Dragons. In this episode we meet Cassandra - a human ranger, raised by dwarves, who sets out of seek her fortune.
 
In this episode, we meet Anton - a Genasi monk who is trying to remember his old life.
 
In this episode, we meet Portlia - a Halfling druid cursed by an evil witch.
 
A Collaborative Storytelling Adventure using rules from 5th edition D&D. In this episode, we meet Stu - a gnome wizard who got his start on the streets of Ropebridge.
 
The CRP podcast provides an entertaining dialogue among professionals committed to guiding people in conflict towards a saner resolution of their differences. We hope you enjoy the topics, lessons learned, and intelligent insights for navigating life’s challenging dilemmas. Here’s an overview dialogue between Ken (psychologist) and Brad (attorn ...…
 
Health Story Collaborative Podcast Episode 9: Sue’s Story (Originally aired on the WBUR Commonhealth Blog). In our last episode, Sue shared her story of living with Lymphangioleiomyomatosis (LAM). LAM is a rare, chronic, progressive lung disease in which the lungs fill up with cysts. In today’s episode, she shares her story of infertility. This ...…
 
Health Story Collaborative Podcast Episode 8: Sue’s Story (Originally aired on the WBUR Commonhealth Blog). In 2008, Sue R. Levy was diagnosed with Pulmonary Lymphangioleiomyomatosis (LAM) at the age of 37. LAM is a rare, chronic, progressive lung disease in which the lungs fill up with cysts. The result is gradual destruction of the normal lun ...…
 
Health Story Collaborative Podcast Episode 7: Vinnie’s Story (Originally aired on the WBUR Commonhealth Blog). Vinnie is a self-described “toothless, sixty year old junkie.” Thirty years ago he experienced a head injury which left him blind in one eye and debilitated by chronic migraines. To manage his pain, doctors prescribed him various opioi ...…
 
Health Story Collaborative Podcast Episode 6: Zachary's Story (Originally aired on the WBUR Commonhealth Blog). Zachary was born one of three identical triplet girls. But very early on in his life he realized that he was not meant to be a girl. He was a boy living inside a girl’s body. His biological sex did not match his gender identity. In th ...…
 
Health Story Collaborative Podcast Episode 5: Tiron’s Story (Originally aired on the WBUR Commonhealth Blog). In this segment, we hear from Tiron, whose wife, Marie, was featured in our last episode. Marie was diagnosed with Stage IV colorectal cancer in 2007 at the age of 45, and lived bravely with the disease for nine years. In December of 20 ...…
 
Health Story Collaborative Podcast Episode 4: Marie’s Story (Originally aired on the WBUR Commonhealth Blog). Marie Pechet was diagnosed with Stage IV colorectal cancer in 2007 at the age of 45. Living with the disease for nine years, she had to come to terms with the fact that she would be on chemotherapy for the rest of her life, and that her ...…
 
(Originally aired on the WBUR Commonhealth Blog) The pressure to be thin in our culture is enormous, especially for girls. For Lyzz, a 19 year old college student, this pressure has translated into struggles with issues of weight and self-love since childhood. Growing up, she watched her mother struggle with anorexia and endure multiple hospita ...…
 
Health Story Collaborative Podcast Episode 2: Sara's Story(Originally aired on the WBUR Commonhealth Blog) Sara and Kerry met as students at Bates College in 2001. They were together for eight years, and planned to get married in August 2010. Just two months before the wedding, Kerry committed suicide. He was 27 years old. Suicide is a major pu ...…
 
Health Story Collaborative Podcast Episode 1: Colleen’s Story(Originally aired on the WBUR Commonhealth Blog). In this episode, Colleen Lum, a mother of two, shares her experience of living and parenting in the face of terminal cancer. More than a decade ago, Colleen was diagnosed with Stage 3 ovarian cancer – an insidious disease that is often ...…
 
In working towards completion of my masters degree in Conflict and Dispute Resolution at the University of Oregon, I decided to follow my passion for work dealing with police reform. With that, I created a podcast to examine how an alternative process undertaken in Cincinnati known as the Collaborative Agreement addressed police-community relat ...…
 
In this session of “Leading Collaborative Teams”, Joy Ivester and Jane Everson discuss characteristics of highly performing teams with their guest, Carolyn Beasley Shortt, district Transition Coordinator for Laurens School District 55 in South Carolina. Established more than 10 years ago, the Lauren 55 school district interagency team, offers t ...…
 
In this podcast, Joy and Jane discuss two issues that most teams will face at some point: embracing diversity and managing conflict. Most team members understand the diversity enhances teamwork by bringing people with different backgrounds, values, ideas, and goals to the table. But how do we acknowledge everyone’s perspectives? And what happen ...…
 
In this podcast, Joy and Jane discuss a question that many teams, and team leaders, find frustrating: How do we make the best use of everyone’s time before, during, and between team meetings? Learn about some evidence-based practices you can use to make meetings more effective and for using action planning to assess your team’s progress.…
 
In this podcasts, Joy and Jane discuss strategies for setting team goals. Learn more about SMART goals and hear examples of SMART interagency team goals that balance the unique needs of agencies, organizations, and individuals.
 
In this podcast, Joy and Jane and discuss forming teams – how to get a team started and how to set a team’s direction and focus during the first few months and meetings. Hear what team initiators need to know in order to organize a team, and learn some evidence-based practices associated with team membership and strategic planning.…
 
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