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The aim of this podcast is to raise the awareness of legal professionals of the need for intercultural competence in their daily practice. Regardless of whether one works in a law firm, for a government agency, in a company, or as a sole practitioner, the globalized world in which we live requires us to interact with clients, colleagues, companies and government entities from other cultures. An awareness of our own cultural imprint along with the ability to recognize the cultural patterns of ...
 
This podcast is designed to empower you. Adoption is a fraction of who you are, we illuminate all the the other aspects that make you brilliant. Through constructive healing-based conversations, we engage with adoptees and specialists from all over the world. We'll also include adoptees interviewing their own adoptive parents. These whole-hearted conversations will give you the tools to heal, overcome and flourish. Posts every Saturday. @youngadoptee
 
The thing about us is, we embrace the mess. We invite the chaos. We roll with the punches. Becoming mommies during a global pandemic in a foreign country, with family half way around the world, has been anything but easy. But through our journeys of mommyhood, we have realized we are better in this together. New episodes uploaded weekly. Make sure to follow us on instagram and twitter for a daily dose of messiness @themessymommies
 
A weekly podcast from the British Chamber of Commerce Singapore. Featuring interviews with key business, sport and lifestyle leaders in Singapore and the UK, topical conversations and in-depth content. Don't forget to subscribe, share and leave us a review. Find out more at the official website https://www.britcham.org.sg/podcasts. Contact us at social@britcham.org.sg.
 
Mennonite Church of Eastern Canada is going on a journey of courageous imagination. Over the course of the next year we will dream, imagine and listen to each other's stories of faith as we seek to hear God’s voice. The Courageous Imagination Podcast is hosted by Mollee Moua and Leah Reesor-Keller. It is mixed and edited by Hanna Negussie. To find out more about Courageous Imagination go to www.mcec.ca/courageous-imagination.
 
Getting to the nitty gritty of living inter-culturally. Exploring new pathways for intentionally opening our faith communities (and ourselves) to folk who not only look and sound different but also think and act in ways we might not expect. A safe space where we can both accept our chronic clumsiness and overcome our unavoidable fears as our brains and hearts encounter the unexpected. The podcasts provide a practical, hands-on approach to helping people who want to open themselves to form ne ...
 
The Luxury Item is a podcast on the business of luxury, and the people and companies that are shaping the future of the luxury industry. Join marketing and brand expert Scott Kerr for insightful discussions with decision makers, entrepreneurs, and innovators on topics that matter most for the global luxury industry. The show shines a spotlight on the challenges that are creating a new competitive landscape in the luxury sector. You'll get valuable insights and takeaways that will hopefully i ...
 
Do you want to learn Spanish and travel? Learn Spanish and travel the world with Jim and May from Spanish and Go. Advance your listening comprehension through incredible travel stories, cultural conversations, Spanish tips, and interviews with Spanish speakers from around the world. You’ll hear natural conversational Spanish perfect for the intermediate or advanced Spanish learner. With Spanish and Go, not only will you improve your Spanish, but you’ll gain the tools to travel abroad with co ...
 
Entertaining, informative, inspiring and educational conversations with Swirlers - men and women involved in interracial and intercultural relationships, specifically dating and marriage. We celebrate diversity in the human experience. TheSwirlWorld.com hosts Michelle Matthews Calloway and Adrienne London Leach feature guests discussing topics of interest on dating, marriage, parenting, entrepreneurship, business, education, health and everything in between. The Swirl World: Interracial. Div ...
 
Radio Salaam Shalom is a Bristol-based online radio station staffed by a volunteer team mainly from the Jewish and Muslim communities of the city. It launched on 1 February 2007. The project is seen as the UK's first Muslim-Jewish initiative of this type and emphasises the voice of the “moderate majority”. Its programmes give people from both communities the chance to celebrate, debate and share the events, issues and faith that shape their daily lives. It has received coverage and been the ...
 
Mindful Expat is a weekly podcast show designed for those living abroad to provide you with weekly guideposts for emotional wellbeing and resilience in your international life and to help you make the most of your inner and outer journeys. Living abroad presents us with unique challenges, but also equally unique opportunities for personal growth and development. Psychologist and expat counselor, Dana Nelson, Ph.D., shares insights on emotional wellbeing for overseas adventurers and brings yo ...
 
Often researchers and academics ‘get lost in citations’ –– we forget there’s a real person/voice behind the writing. In each episode, we focus on a publication that has caught the host’s eye. We’ll learn more about the writer and gain insights on researching and writing better academic papers. Rotating podcasts by Jonathan Shachter, Chris Haswell, and contributing interviewers. lostincitations@gmail.com
 
Are you curious about the power of international cooperation? And how it affects our future? Then tune in to the #NextPagePod, the podcast designed to advance the conversation on multilateralism! Each episode delves into global issues through a multilateral lens exploring how collaboration across disciplines can facilitate reaching common goals. Produced at the United Nations Library & Archives Geneva, an evolving house of knowledge specializing in multilateralism, this podcast brings you co ...
 
What do English language teachers in the early 21st century need to know about the relationship between language and meaning? How can teachers enable students to learn language, learn through language and learn about language in the myriad different contemporary contexts of formal and informal learning? This material is taken from The Open University course E852 Language, literacy and learning in the contemporary world.
 
Popular Podagogy is a podcast from the Queen’s University Faculty of Education that will cover big teaching ideas in a way that will allow all teachers (and maybe even some parents) an opportunity to relate on a variety of emotional levels. Our guests will include top researchers and instructors from our faculty and beyond, as well as practicing teachers to combine big educational ideas with the everyday life of being a teacher. We hope that as you listen to this podcast, you will have an op ...
 
My Business Coaching Podcast supports psychologically based and practice-oriented leadership, self-management and personal reorientation. Coach Dr. Karin von Schumann has been advising specialists and executives nationally and internationally, face-to-face and online, for two decades. In Germany, she is one of the top experts in coaching, has published numerous books and articles and taught as a professor at the university.
 
Connecting the global mobility community. Mobility Connect is about the sharing of stories, challenges and ideas of all those involved in the moving of people across countries and continents. We are Maxxelli, with over 15 years of experience in the global mobility industry of China - but we are interested in the stories of people in any corner of the world - and your host is Managing Director, Adam McWhirter.
 
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Ready to level-up your career in international education and study abroad? Watch our free Global Career Launchpad Workshop: https://insidestudyabroad.com/workshop Register for the intercultural learning workshop at: https://truenorthintercultural.com/isa --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/insidestudyabroad/support…
 
"Global and Intercultural Leadership: One Size does not fit all" is the key topic for this podcast episode as we hear from Professor Mike Hardy, Chair of Intercultural Relations and founding Director of the Centre for Trust, Peace, and Social Relations at Coventry University (CTPSR) together with Michael Yap, Regional Managing Director Asia for Cov…
 
http://www.absolutely-intercultural.com/podcast/absolutely_intercultural_show_263.mp3 Hello and welcome to show 263 of our podcast “Absolutely Intercultural”. Today we will talk about green culture. We have all heard about being vegan, consuming less energy, using paper-based packaging, reducing co2 emissions and driving sustainable vehicles. But i…
 
The Sustainability Agenda is well underway as we lead up to COP26 in Glasgow this year and we're delighted to have Joseph Teo, Chief Negotiator for Climate Change for Ministry of Sustainability and the Environment (MSE) in Singapore as he sits down with Executive Director, David Kelly, in this episode. Joseph shares about his work in New York, Gene…
 
Chris interviews Dr. Robert S. Murphy - Associate Professor at the University of Kityakyushu. ResearchGate Contacts: haswell247@gmail.com, LostInCitations@gmail.com **Scheduling note** look for Dr. Murphy's contributing interview with Dr. Tracey Tokuhama-Espinosa (Professor at Harvard University) next week!…
 
Maybe you don’t think of local markets as places full of culture and history, but Jim and May are here to change your mind. This week, they chat about the definitions and differences between Mexican “mercados” and “tianguis,” which basically are two common types of markets. You can learn a ton from the local farmers and artisans. Check out the epis…
 
The thing about postpartum is, it ain’t easy… but there are things you can do to make it a little less messy. Listen to us chat about all our tips and tricks for getting through those first weeks post birth. Make sure to subscribe and follow us on instagram and twitter @themessymommies - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Track Info:…
 
I lost my grandmother, and my aunt Juliana lost her mother about a month ago. We asked Dr. Charmaine Borda to interview myself and my biological aunt, Dr Juliana Olson- Deans, because Charmaine is a close friend of Juliana’s and I have loved getting to know her this last year. Both of these women are adoptees who work as clinical psychologists in t…
 
In this episode, Gilles Carbonnier joined the #NextPagePod for a conversation about applying economic tools and methods to improve humanitarian responses to armed conflicts and disasters. Carbonnier is a specialist in the domain of humanitarian response with expertise on several levels. Carbonnier is a Professor of Development Economics at the Grad…
 
Meet Bushra Amiwala, the youngest Muslim elected official in the United States. Bushra travels around the country to share her story in hopes to inspire others to take action. We talked about: 1. Why did Bushra Amiwala decide to participate in the politics? 2. What is wealth for you? 3. What is the value of gratitude? 4. What is the value of time? …
 
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Jonathan interviews Professor Phil Benson - Professor of Applied Linguistics and Director of the Multilingualism Research Centre at Macquarie University. Language Learning Environments: Spatial Perspectives on SLA Use the code LLEBEN50 at the checkout to get 50% off the list price. Contacts: JonathanShachter@gmail.com, LostInCitations@gmail.com…
 
Jim and May, who have travel down to a science, share their tips and advice with others who might need a little help planning a big trip! Sure, we all can agree that the first step is to decide where you want to go, but when do I buy flights? Where do I stay and how do I know what activities to do? And how can I do all this on a budget? Get the mos…
 
Disclaimer: This was recorded prior to the horrific findings of mass children graves at Kamloops Residential School in British Columbia. On this episode of Courageous Imagination we invite Mim Harder, Herb Sawatzky and Lyndsay Mollins-Koene for a candid conversation on Indigenous and Settler relations. We are challenged to work together for Indigen…
 
The thing about Noah is he was born with imperforate anus. A rare birth defect that affects one in 5000 babies. Noah has endured 5 surgeries in his short life, but with each one he has shown how strong and brave he is. You might want to grab some tissues, this episode gets real. For more information on imperforate anus and other anorectal malformat…
 
http://www.absolutely-intercultural.com/podcast/absolutely_intercultural_show_263.mp3 Hello and welcome to show 263 of our podcast “Absolutely Intercultural”. Today we will talk about green culture. We have all heard about being vegan, consuming less energy, using paper-based packaging, reducing co2 emissions and driving sustainable vehicles. But i…
 
EP: 118 Part 5 In this episode we talked about: 1. The value of wealth? 2. The value of time? 3. The value of Gratitude? 4. What lights Dr. Farha Abbasi? and so much more. Here are links to her previous conversations: Part 1: https://youtu.be/hTtxZcVz4vg Part 2: https://youtu.be/i5eeGlxyNrI Part 3: https://youtu.be/PcGMXHMZW1E Part 4: https://youtu…
 
We're excited to bring you our latest In Conversation episode with Simon Bennett, General Manager, Sustainable Development, Swire Pacific Offshore and and The China Navigation Company as he chats to Executive Director, David Kelly about his passion in the Maritime Industry as he marks his 36th career anniversary with Swire this week. Simon shares h…
 
Chris interviews Roger Grabowski (Lakeland International College) about the upcoming Conference on Global Higher Education. Also included are previous podcast interviewees introducing their presentations to be given at the conference. The Seventh Conference on Global Higher Education is free to attend online. More information and the schedule can b…
 
Scott Kerr sits down with Uma Subramanian, CEO of Aero, which is a newly launched luxury semi-private air travel service from Uber co-founder Garrett Camp. Subramanian, an aerospace engineer veteran, discusses the gap Aero fills between private aviation and flying on a luxurious commercial airline, why she thinks Aero is the "perfect solution for t…
 
This week Jim and May cover an interesting topic, Jesús Malverde, better known as a saint of the narcos, or drug traffickers in Mexico. Malverde, who many people pray to, is not in fact recognized by the Catholic Church like most saints, but a saint that people come to in a time of need for not necessarily “pious” matters. It’s grown to be a cultur…
 
The thing about Ash’s birth story is sometimes things go better than planned. From spaghetti dinners to episiotomies, tune in while we chat about the day of Jasper’s birth. Make sure to subscribe and follow us on instagram and twitter @themessymommies - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Track Info: Title: Riviera by Smith The Mister…
 
Today’s interview is a testament a perseverance. I connected with Obakeng Beddny three times because of technical difficulties. Obakeng is a natural orator who will spur you to stand up, no matter what your beliefs may be, and invite you to recognize the love that already resides in you. He is such a brilliant mind and radiant force in this world. …
 
Why does multilateralism matter to young people? And how do we create inclusive and diverse participation of young people in multilateral efforts? In this episode, Natalie Alexander poses these questions and many more to Alicia Joho as a part of our #KnowledgeRising series. Alicia Joho is a student studying a Dual Master's degree in International R…
 
#044: The Many Names of Study Abroad & International Education Ready to launch your career in study abroad? Watch our free workshop all about Launching & Leveling--up you career in global education: https://insidestudyabroad.com/workshop Study abroad, international education, student mobility, intercultural learning? Our field has many names but wh…
 
EPISODE: 118 Part 4 In this episode, we talked about: How active listening is important How Covid19 pandemic taught us that we have to let go and have no control over anything More about what Dr. Farah Abbasi thinks of anger, her purpose in life, what is emotional investment. How Dr. Farha Abbasi balances are work and home? Where to invest your ene…
 
Jonathan interviews Lisa Hunsberger - Lecturer of English at Kyushu Sangyo University. Click here to read the article: CNC 2019 Check out Lisa's Facebook page: YaadPikni And check out her website: www.yaadpikni.com Contacts: JonathanShachter@gmail.com, LostInCitations@gmail.comBy lostincitations@gmail.com
 
Ok, so you’re having a conversation in your target language. What's the most necessary component of conversation? Having an extensive vocabulary? Understanding how grammar works? Perfect pronunciation? Or maybe….comprehension! Jim and May agree that comprehension is what’s most important because if you don’t understand what someone is asking you, y…
 
Together with our Built Environment, Diversity, and Sustainability Committees, we focus on creating inclusive cities and resilient communities that work. According to the WHO, over 2 billion people live with a disability, representing 37.5% of the world's population. Some of these disabilities are invisible and with 50% of the world's population cu…
 
The thing about Sarah’s birth story is births rarely go to plan. But when you get to meet that tiny person for the first time, you forget everything. Listen to us chat about Sarah’s birth story, from water breaking to 10 centimeters and everything in between. Make sure to subscribe and follow us on instagram and twitter @themessymommies - - - - - -…
 
Last season for five episodes we listened to adoptees having a dialogue specifically about adoption with an adoptive family member. Starting with episode 14 of season 1, with Lionel and his dad. We explored conversations with Juliana and her husband, and Schai and her brothers, and Laurie and her parents. We are modeling how to have a conversation …
 
Rounding up our International Women's Day 2021 Virtual Conference, we bring you a special In Conversation with Jenny Campbell, Founder of YourCash & former panellist on 'Dragon's Den' moderated by H.E. Kara Owen, British High Commissioner to Singapore. Hear Jenny’s insights on being a leader in business, the many challenges and risks including bein…
 
EP: 118 - Part 3 Some topics we covered: We can resolve or find solution for every problem Each of us play an important role in finding a solution We have to be proactive and preemptive in caring with our children How to get the message far and wide to help people learn about important issues like mental health Wisdom is inherent in our elders and …
 
Although some of us are with the times and know that being a digital nomad is completely possible, picking up your living and traveling the world - all while making money on your time, a lot of people don’t have a clue where to start! This episode is for you guys! Jim and May not only break down how they became digital nomads, but they list over 14…
 
Scott Kerr talks with Maximilian Riedel, President and CEO of Riedel, which is one of the world's leading manufacturers of luxury glassware designed specifically for wine or spirits. Sitting at the helm of a company with 265 years of heritage, 11th generation Riedel discusses how it continues to innovate in a competitive wine glass market and how t…
 
On this episode of Courageous Imagination co-hosts Mollee and Leah invite Michele Rizoli from Toronto United Mennonite Church and Hyejung Jessie Yum from Danforth Mennonite Church. We discuss the importance of defining and living through the lens of interculturalism within our churches. We are challenged to create space for each other and participa…
 
The thing about being pregnant in a pandemic is you feel like you are living in your own little bubble. From morning sickness and heartburn to ultrasounds and acupuncture we dish out all the details on surviving pregnancy. Make sure to subscribe and follow us on instagram and twitter @themessymommies - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - …
 
Joseph always wanted to be a teacher. Being a leader and facilitator came naturally and impassioned him to pursue that dream. He officially began living the teaching dream in 1999 by teaching middle school in the California public school system. After a decade of teaching youth he was inspired to focus his teaching efforts on expanding the minds of…
 
Last season for five episodes we listened to adoptees having a dialogue specifically about adoption with an adoptive family member. Starting with episode 14 of season 1, with Lionel and his dad. We explored conversations with Juliana and her husband, and Schai and her brothers, and Laurie and her parents. We are modeling how to have a conversation …
 
The historian Professor Alanna O’Malley from Leiden University, joined us at The Next Page to tell us more about her work as Chair of United Nations Studies in Peace and Justice and to explore some of the themes in the cross-disciplinary volume she co-edited on The Institution of International Order, tracing the period from the 1920s to the 1970s a…
 
This episode is another rich conversation with Dr. Farha Abbasi on Mental Health and related subtopics. Some topics we touched are: “ The human tendency to control” “Human beings thrive on predictability” “Pandemic taught us that we have no control over anything” “Human beings spend so much energy in Controlling what is not in our control” “Pain is…
 
Episode #118 part 1 - English This episode is another rich conversation with Dr. Farha Abbasi on Mental Health and related subtopics. Some topics we touched are: “ The human tendency to control” “Human beings thrive on predictability” “Pandemic taught us that we have no control over anything” “Human beings spend so much energy in Controlling what i…
 
#041: Landing A Job In Higher Education During A Global Pandemic with Sam Cooper Today’s episode is one that is long overdue. An exclusive interview with our head coach, trainer and co-host of Inside Study Abroad: Sam Cooper. Tune in to hear how Sam’s first family trip to Paris sparked her career in international education and how she managed her o…
 
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