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Where do International NGO’s get their money from? What does sustainability mean, how is it impacting humanitarian aid? How can the international community keep up with the increase of global crises? Join us for ‘a Conversation with Street Child’ with Sam Ryder, international journalist and part of the Global Communications team, as we generate discussions which affect one of the world’s fastest growing children’s charities. Hear from local partners, front-line workers, global experts, CEOs ...
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Independent pharmacies are the last line of defense between patients and a pharmacy system that is quickly becoming a monopoly. The Independent Pharmacy Alliance Podcast will explore why Americans pay the highest drug prices in the world, highlight the life-saving services independent pharmacies provide, and how Pharmacy Benefit Managers utilize anti-competitive business practices to increase drug prices. In each episode, we‘ll talk to a pharmacist or front-line worker fighting for patients ...
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Where worker's stories are front and center, this is On the Picket Line.Everyday, workers across the globe are rising up to defend their humanity and fight for their dignity on the job. As the class struggle advances, the stories of workers are front and center here. Tune in for your weekly labor news, analysis and history. This is On the Picket Line with Monica Cruz.
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Revisit the biggest environmental movement Australia has ever seen: the 1982 Franklin River Blockade. This story is nuts. Missing people, death threats, savage political moves, young people flooding into Tasmania to put their bodies in front of bulldozers. Host Jo Lauder investigates how this movement beat the odds and came to inspire a new generation of environmental activists that have shaped Australian politics through to today.
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Same Shirt, Different Day introduces personalities and passions from all walks of life. Here, we offer insights to the people in our network with out the sales pitch, pressure or "Intro Meeting" request. Stories of Passion, powerful moments to help our community "partner with people"
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The Learnings and Missteps Podcast is about unconventional roads to success and the life lessons learned along the way. You will find a library of interviews packed with actionable take aways that you can apply as you progress on your path. Through these interviews yo will learn about the buttons you can push to Become the Promise You are Intended to Be. Find yourself in their stories and know that your path is still ahead of you.
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Pricked

Kim Brown Sims

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Kim Brown Sims is a board-certified senior executive, global healthcare & biotech consultant and health worker with over 35 years of experience across nonprofit, hospital and healthcare industries. Kim expresses the value of our clinical providers, nurses, doctors, social workers, mental health providers and discusses issues important to those on the front line, issues that the pandemic has brought to light, issues that have been in play for over 30 years. The Pricked podcast talks about the ...
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The Practice of Learning Teams is a podcast of the broadcast that can be heard on Safety FM. The show is an ongoing discussion about building a better community of practice for people and organizations who want to improve safety, quality and operational excellence using Learning Teams. The hosts of the podcast Brent Sutton, Glynis McCarthy and Brent Robinson explore through conversation, diversity of thought and reflection the organizational challenges and learning opportunities that can be ...
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Welcome to the L&D Challenges podcast series. If you are in Learning and Development, HR, Talent, or Organisation Development, this is the podcast for you. The L&D Challenges podcast is a candid look at L&D today. It focuses on real-life practitioners solving real issues in learning and staff development. In Series 1, we interview ten L&D movers and shakers who shared with us how they think about engagement and impact with their learning interventions. The guests in this first series range f ...
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ZapChat: Connected Leader Conversations is for manufacturing leaders looking for insight and knowledge sharing on key industry issues and pain points. With the aim to start and continue important conversations through our relationships with manufacturing leaders, ZapChat covers the highs and lows of the industry, best practice sharing and an insightful and varied outlook on common successes, pain points and evolutions within the sector. Richard Milnes, Zaptic’s CEO hosts ZapChat - Connected ...
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Health Centers On The Front Lines

National Association of Community Health Centers

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The Health Centers on the Front Lines podcast series tells the inspiring story of Community Health Centers around the country that provide healthcare and other services to everyone, regardless of their ability to pay. Health centers were founded on the belief that healthcare is a right, not a privilege and strive to achieve equity and fairness by providing care to communities that are historically underserved by traditional health systems. Launched during the Civil Rights Movement, Community ...
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Talking Hoosier History

Indiana Historical Bureau

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Talking Hoosier History is an Indiana History podcast produced by the Indiana Historical Bureau. Join us each month to explore the people, places, and events that shaped the Hoosier state. Credits, Notes, and more info: https://blog.history.in.gov/talking-hoosier-history/
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Brand new podcast episode on ‘In Conversation with Street Child’ This month, we speak to Jummai Musa, Street Child’s Country Director for Nigeria, and Matthew Page, Associate Fellow at Chatham House, and former Nigeria expert for the US intelligence community. It’s been a decade since the armed group Boko Haram kidnapped more than 250 girls from a …
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Are you navigating the waves of change in the digital era? Lean in as Albert Octovianus, the LinkedIn luminary and maestro of change management, unravels the fabric of digital transformation, focusing on the human element within the vast ecosystem of progress. In a conversation that transcends time zones, Albert's personal saga from engineering to …
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Thousands of people every day are on the move across Mexico towards the border with the US. But for migrants, this is one of the most perilous journeys in the world: land routes are dominated by powerful drug cartels and organised crime groups. In this episode of Crossing Continents, Linda Pressly hears terrifying stories of kidnap and extortion fr…
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Ever found yourself shackled by the chains of a victim mindset? Come along as I, Jesse, candidly unravel my own transformation from passivity to empowerment in this solo-cast that could very well mirror your own quest for self-realization. As we peel back the layers of life's challenges, we'll explore the awakenings that jolt us into growth and how…
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Belarus has huge numbers of political prisoners - around three times as many as in Russia, in a far smaller country. Almost industrial scale arrests began after huge, peaceful pro-democracy demonstrations swept the country in 2020 after Alexander Lukashenko claimed a landslide victory in presidential elections. Mr Lukashenko has been in power for 3…
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In this interview, Adam speaks with Craig Hamill, Digital and Innovation Leading Lead, and Lyndsay Taylor, Head of L&D at Direct Line, Both Craig and Lyndsay have been working in L&D for 20 years; with their combined experience, they discuss what challenges and interventions have happened at Direct Line over the past few years. In this episode, Ada…
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Have you ever wondered what it takes to truly inspire and empower a team? Our conversation with Ms. Sneha takes us through the labyrinth of leadership, from the factory floor to the cutting edge of modular construction. Sneha's rich perspective illuminates the necessity of empathy and cultural agility in melding Lean and Six Sigma methodologies wit…
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Mayra Martinez's story isn't just about overcoming obstacles; it's a beacon of hope that illuminates the strength of the human spirit. Join us on an emotional journey with the tenacious founder of M-squared Talent Solutions, as she shares her battle with the mysterious ailment, porphyria, and how it reshaped her life and career in the electrical in…
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Follow the case involving accused triple murderer, Erin Patterson, and an allegedly poisonous mushroom lunch. Once the proceedings begin, the Mushroom Case Daily podcast will bring you all the key updates from court. If and when the case proceeds to a full trial, we'll cover it daily. Press 'Follow' on Mushroom Case Daily now to be the first to hea…
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In this interview, Adam chats with Don Taylor, Chair of the Learning Technologies Conference and Learning and Skills Group, as well as the Network Chair at VC Emerge Education. Don runs the Global Sentiment Survey, which finds out what L&D professionals think will be hot this year and the main challenges they foresee. In this episode, Adam and Don …
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Have you ever stood at a crossroads in life, wondering how to forge a path to genuine self-acceptance and leadership? Join us as our guest Matt Ohley shares his remarkable journey through solitude and introspection, unraveling the complexities of emotional growth and the pursuit of an authentic self. Our conversation is an intimate exploration of p…
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Are you future-ready? Join Adam Lacey and Liggy Webb as they discuss the ten behavioural skills they believe will be essential to humans as we head into the age of AI. Designed for anyone in a learning or leadership position. This session covers: Understanding critical behavioural skills designed to enable your teams in the future. Learning some qu…
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Want to hear my open and raw conversation with Matt Oley, discussing our paths in the construction industry, navigating mental wellness, and the importance of mindfulness and meditation. We share our experiences and struggles with addiction, and how our paths have led them to a life of fulfillment. The conversation turns practical as we provide ins…
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Listen in to our latest episode of ‘In Conversation with Street Child’ featuring award winning Times photographer Richard Pohle, Times reporter Poppy Koronka, and Street Child’s Director of Marketing and Communications, Alice Lowden. Following Street Child’s hugely successful collaboration with The Times and Sunday Times Christmas Appeal, we discus…
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Navigating life's ups and downs with grace and poise is a skill that many aspire to, but few have mastered like our guest, Dr. G. In our heartfelt conversation, she delves into the art of maintaining credibility as an emerging leader, emphasizing the significance of a positive mindset. Through candid stories, Dr. G reveals how reframing challenges …
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In this interview, Adam chats with Stephen Holderness, Content and Digital Learning Lead at AO. Stephen leads the transformation of their digital learning offer and has driven engagement in digital learning to record numbers by aligning it to the values of the business as well as the people in it. In this episode, Adam and Stephen discuss: The powe…
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Let talk about leaders in the construction industry who profess to be 'training their replacements', Are leaders providing meaningful training that involves understanding and imparting core competencies and transferable skills, rather than simply assigning tasks or leaving individuals to learn on their own. What is your approach to developing your …
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Join us as the trailblazing Dr. Giovanna Brosfield, celebrated as the 2024 Inspirational Woman and a Leader of Influence, unpacks the complexities of DEIB with the wisdom only a true expert in the field can deliver. She's not just here to lecture; Dr. G lets us in on the personal growth that has shaped her into an influential powerhouse, equipping …
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2024 could be a crazy year for the independent pharmacist. While we are optimistic about new legislation that could help the fight against PBMs we are also looking at rising labor challenges. With so many big retailers shutting their doors can we take advantage? This week Anthony looks at the biggest trends in retail pharmacy at the beginning of th…
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Lets talk about the importance of 'cosigning', or supporting and encouraging, individuals who positively impact their communities. My barber, Isaiah demonstrated exemplary patience and leadership in mentoring a young barber and I knew immediately that I am committed to supporting him. We all have influence and can 'cosign' people by expressing and …
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Hi Listeners, this is Brent Sutton. Welcome to Season 5, the 104th episode of the Practice of Learning Teams podcast, and our new regular segment, HOP Into Action, Putting the Principles of Human and Organizational Performance into Practice. This show is about the HOP and Learning Teams community looking to make sense of putting HOP, Learning Teams…
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Lets talk about what collaboration looks like! Ihe Decentralized Conference will continue breaking the mold this February. The idea comes from many frustrations—speakers' laborious submission processes and attendees' missed opportunities. But what unfolded was a transformative dialogue with industry thinkers, challenging the status quo of professio…
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Do you think conflict develops growth, understanding, clarity, and momentum? Avoiding conflicts can turn them into resentment, which breeds frustration and a victim mentality. I suggest addressing conflicts directly, because addressing conflict directly has resulted in resolution and clarity on what the next rightest step should be. Check out the F…
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Do you want to build a network that doesn't just add to your numbers but multiplies your opportunities. Lance Furuyama walks us through his strategy of highlighting the content of other creators and helping new creators get comfortable with producing content. We even go deep on how we curate our inner circle of peeps and the not so fun truth about …
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Lets discuss the conflict between the need for psychological safety and the realities of 'violent urgency' within a corporate environment. These ideas challenge companies to acknowledge their true operating procedure rather than claiming to foster a psychologically safe environment. Keep in mind though, violent urgency can produce results, but is i…
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While recent attention has focused on the Houthi rebel movement in Yemen, BBC correspondent Nawal Al-Maghafi investigates a different, hidden aspect of the country’s long civil war. The conflict in Yemen began in 2014. It has led to the deaths of hundreds of thousands and created one of the world’s worst humanitarian crises. In 2015, a coalition fo…
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Ever caught yourself talking more than listening during a conversation? Well LinkedIn Construction Curator, Lance has and you can learn about where he started and where he is at now. We dig into the influence of celebrating colleagues' accomplishments and the unexpected depth of relationships formed via social media. With a shout out out to the Emo…
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Migration is high on the political agenda in countries across Europe, as the number of asylum seekers rises once more. As well as those who risk life and limb on flimsy boats in the Mediterranean, thousands more come via the Balkans, many of them through Turkey and across the border into Bulgaria. They don’t stay there long. Their preferred destina…
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Ever find yourself sifting through a sea of polished profiles and picture-perfect posts, only to wonder where the real stories are? I've been there, and that's why this episode is stripped down to the core—no filters, no frills. Just raw, unfiltered smack talk about the essence of authenticity. Authenticity is in the dirty details. Confront the chi…
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Campaigners on the tiny Caribbean island of Barbuda are locked in a battle over its development by foreign investors who are building exclusive resorts for wealthy clients. The development of Barbuda into a high-end tourist destination is supported by the government of Antigua and Barbuda, who say it’s essential to create jobs and for the economic …
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Joining us this week is Doctor Jessica (Jess) Espey, political economist, and lecturer at Bristol University in south-west England. In the early part of her career, Jess worked for an international NGO, her focus was on women and children’s rights and how to advance them in policy development. During this time, she was given the opportunity to serv…
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In part 2 Ms. Cathleen and I unravel the complexities of human emotion and the pursuit of authenticity. We touch on the essence of passion, the strength in vulnerability, and the transformative journey of shaping a life with intention. You will get some insight on the paradox of how shielding oneself from pain might rob us of experiencing the full …
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In 2016, the Philippines’ newly elected president, Rodrigo Duterte declared there was one, common enemy: the drugs trade. What followed was a bloodbath. Addicts, alleged traffickers – and so many who happened to be in the wrong place at the wrong time – were gunned down in the streets by the security services. Often, the police claimed there had be…
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Lets talk about my disappointment with the current over-emphasis on traditional 'kindergarten measurements' like schedule and budget in construction projects, disregarding the human cost. Im looking for some help to develop apps and trackers that can measure the impact of these stressful working conditions on personal lives including divorces, subs…
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This episode isn't just about the numbers; it's about the human experiences behind them. Kathleen's story is interwoven with heartfelt discussions on family dynamics, particularly the influential bond with her three sisters, and how these relationships have shaped her drive and determination. Her refreshing outlook on life, peppered with anecdotes …
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Some people said it was created by Peruvian scientists, that it gorged on the blood of farm animals, that it was a monster. Many myths have grown up in Bolivia around the Paiche, one of the world’s largest scaled freshwater fish which is native to Amazonian rivers of Brazil and Peru and can grow up to four metres long. But after young fish were acc…
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Are you being muzzled by your company's social media policy? Feel that twinge of frustration when you want to share your industry wisdom but corporate red tape yanks back the reins? This episode is where we confront the paradox of content creation in the construction industry head-on. We're standing up for the seasoned professionals with golden nug…
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Rebuilding Ukraine after the destruction inflicted by Russia will be a gigantic task. Foreign donors have pledged billions of dollars. But they want reassurances that the money will be properly spent, in a country which still has high levels of corruption. For Crossing Continents Tim Whewell visits Bucha, near the capital Kyiv, site of some of the …
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Inspirational people empower you with the thoughtfulness, creativity, and energy to paint a brand new future. Identify your own influential figures and believe in their ability to usher in positive change. Improve installation time in the field with Sweat Equity Improvement: https://www.depthbuilder.com/sweat-equity-improvement Grow your self aware…
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In this episode of Talking Hoosier History, we’ll meet radical organizer Theodore Luesse, who agitated for relief measures during the Great Depressions. His actions culminated in a sentence at the notorious State Penal Farm in Putnamville, where he ran for governor on the Communist ticket. Luesse’s sentence increased Hoosiers’ interest in communist…
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As hundreds of thousands of Ukrainian soldiers defend their country against Russia, many patriotic civilians are engaged in a struggle that's less risky, but that they believe is also vital. They’re battling for a fairer, less corrupt Ukraine, worthy of its heroes. For Crossing Continents, Tim Whewell follows one tireless citizens’ group in the cit…
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Get yourself ready for Kevin Carey as he shares his passion for the 'Mountain Mover' concept and his insights on how to positively impact the construction industry. Discussing ideas from his book, 'Mountain Mover Manual', and his firsthand industry experiences, Kevin offers valuable advice on embracing lean principles, human-centered performance im…
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I learned a bunch since starting my business 20 months ago. But I didn’t expect to find more meaningful ways to serve others and make significant impact. Celebrate my birthday and my clear vision for the future of equipping people to outperform their competition. Are you ready to join me in leaving the world better than we found it. Improve install…
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Get to know Kevin Carey, the Chief Mountain Mover, CEO, author, and a respected leadership figure. Kevin shares his experiences, thoughts and insight about life, leadership, overcoming personal struggles and the importance of having a strong purpose. He highlights how the foundations formed by our victories and failures shape who we become. Kevin a…
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Cyprus is one of the main resting stops for songbirds as they migrate between Europe, Africa and the Middle East. For centuries, Cypriots trapped and ate a small number of migrating songbirds, as part of a subsistence diet. But over recent decades, the consumption of songbirds became a lucrative commercial business and the level of slaughter reache…
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There was an article put out by CBS News that caught our eye with the same headline as the podcast. It speaks to The Biden administration's first major step toward imposing limits on the pharmacy benefit managers and how some pharmacists say it's adding to the woes of the independent drugstores it was partly designed to help. So, is it? This week A…
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Is self-awareness and personal growth part of your goals for 2024. Get into content creation to challenge your comfort zone. Sharing value through social media, will be uncomfortable but it will also give you opportunities to serve others with your talents. Build more meaningful connections with our trades men & women: https://www.depthbuilder.com/…
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Joining us this week is Ntakamaze (TK) Nziyonvira, CEO of CIYOTA, an organisation empowering youth in Uganda. TK's journey began in the Democratic Republic of Congo, fleeing the horrors of war at just 11 years old. Finding refuge in Uganda, he navigated the challenges of being a young refugee. Despite the initial lack of motivation for education, T…
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In this short episode of Talking Hoosier History, we’ll learn about Hoosier fighter Ray Bronson, who rocked the boxing world during the early 20th century. A horseshoe fitter-turned-welterweight champion, Bronson's considerable wins, international bouts, and successful management of other boxers put him a cut above most fighters. Written and perfor…
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