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PNC Bank is a highly diversified and growing financial services organization spanning the retail, business and corporate markets. PNC Bank's business podcasts help keep you up to date on developments that may help you grow and manage your business, and provide informative banking commentary across a broad range of industries.
 
PNC Bank is a highly diversified and growing financial services organization spanning the retail, business and corporate markets. PNC Bank's professional service podcasts help keep you current on industry developments, and provide informative banking commentary for professional service providers, such as accountants, attorneys, insurance providers, consultants, architects and engineers.
 
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Got Science?

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Get your science on with the new podcast from the Union of Concerned Scientists. Our hosts take on technology, attacks on science, climate change, and more, as they channel the power of science to make the world a better place.
 
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The DYOJO Podcast

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The DYOJO Podcast

Jon Isaacson / The DYOJO

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Weekly podcast of The DYOJO Way, helping property restoration professionals to shorten their DANG learning curve by developing the mindset and habits for success. The most mediocre podcast in the industry. The DYOJO is a coaching firm that specializes in helping start-up phase owners and growth-minded restoration professionals to shorten their DANG learning curve for personal and professional development. ​ * New episodes are premier on Thursdays at 9am PST * Watch The DYOJO Podcast on Youtu ...
 
Godly Scripted is a podcast hosted by Didi, a woman who is in her healing journey. We’ve all had our fair share of this large cake of Emotional Health. Listen in as unspoken experiences are shared for someone who is about to take that wrong route or who is yet to heal. Don’t forget to subscribe,comment, rate it & write reviews on Apple Podcast, Google Podcast, Spotify, Anchor or on other listening platforms at your convenience. Follow: IG: @thedivinemoses Send in a voice message: https://anc ...
 
Hartford Steam Boiler sets the standard in equipment breakdown insurance and other specialty insurance and reinsurance coverages worldwide, with technical knowledge, superior risk solutions and customer commitment you can count on, backed by almost 150 years of leadership. HSB shows you how to stay ahead of emerging risks in a complex world. HSB is rated A++ (Superior) by A.M. Best Company. As part of Munich Re we have the ability to leverage a global knowledge base to develop and deliver in ...
 
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“Leaders must be open to digging deeper, and begin to think about organizational performance as a system of factors that, when aligned correctly, work well. Chris Davis In this episode of Performance Matters, Chris Davis breaks down the factors that work together to influence and align organizational performance, as well as which key metrics leader…
 
In this episode, war and weather are the key driver of commodity prices – we look at how each are impacting on the prospects for harvest 2022. We're at the Pig and Poultry Fair – where producers are determined to secure a better future for their sector – so long as they can ride out the big dipper. On the markets, in theory we're talking about fert…
 
“A podcast not only allows you to share your organizational message in a very personal way, but it gives your thought leaders a chance to showcase their expertise.” Derek Levandowski Producer, Performance Matters Podcast In this episode of the podcast, a fun discussion between Host Michael Theil and Producer Derek Levandowski, on the benefits of la…
 
In the background of the pandemic, IMO 2020 was reshaping the landscape of traditional marine fuels. Now, more than two years since the pandemic began, the US Gulf Coast 0.5%S market has established new standards for supplying this fuel. It came with unique blending challenges. The USGC HSFO market has also taken on a new life as a secondary option…
 
In this episode, farmers in England are to receive advance support payments – as the government tries to each a cashflow crisis caused by soaring input costs. We speak to Defra farm minister Victoria Prentis – who explains why farmers will receive half their basic payment for 2022 six months early. We visit the water company which is paying farmers…
 
The board of directors plays a critical role in any condominium community. First and foremost, the board's role is to serve and meet the needs of community residents, acting in a manner that is consistent with the best interests of condo owners. This requires having a strong and comprehensive understanding of the issues facing the community, as wel…
 
From the maximization of middle distillates yields by refiners to the impact of Chinese lockdowns on the Asia petrochemical sector, our editors explore the implication for European gasoline's blending margins. In this episode of the Oil Markets podcast, EMEA refined products associate editorial director Francesco Di Salvo speaks with gasoline edito…
 
The DYOJO Podcast The Power & Practice of Questions Season 3, Episode 82 Contractors who specialize in navigating insurance claims, know that the process can be contentious. In this episode, we discuss mindsets and habits that can assist you in achieving better project outcomes. According to Merian-Webster, to negotiate means to, “Obtain or bring a…
 
In this episode, as bird flu restrictions are finally lifted after six months, we examine the prospects for egg prices. Are producers getting a fair deal? As the 12th annual celebration that is British Beef Week draws to a close – we look at the future for UK suckler cow producers. We talk to NFU president Minette Batters as the union launches its …
 
The global fuel oil supply chain has in the recent past been impacted by tight product availability due to the war in Ukraine and the subsequent restrictions on Russian oil purchases. The Asian fuel oil market, which accounts for roughly half of the global marine fuel demand, has been severely stretched too. One of the most harrowing incidents of f…
 
In this episode, as farm input costs soar, we ask: how can farmers mitigate the impact of ag-inflation on their businesses? Input costs have risen by a whopping 46% over the past 18 months, according to the AgInflation Index, published by the AF Group. We visit a group of farmers working to improve soil carbon – benefiting their businesses as well …
 
What exactly defines the origin of an oil product? How is self-sanctioning affecting Russian diesel and gasoil exports? And how is Russian-origin diesel being treated in the spot market? In this episode of the Oil Markets Podcast, Richard Swann, S&P Global Commodity Insights’ Director for clean refined products, discusses with Francesco Di Salvo, A…
 
The DYOJO Podcast Leveling Up As An Industry Season 3, Episode 81 This episode provides you with some behind-the-scenes and recap items from the 76th Annual Restoration Industry Association (RIA) Convention and Expo 2022. A few items of note include: New membership pricing for RIA Ongoing discussions with Xactware (Verisk) and Symbility (Core Logic…
 
In this episode, industry leaders pay tribute to 'greatest ever' farming advocate Lord Henry Plumb, who has died aged 97. We look at the payment rates for the Sustainable Farming Incentive and ask: how can the government entice more farmers to take part? On the markets, we have the all latest commodity prices. Farm management company Velcourt acqui…
 
We’re seeing the mindset shift from a templatized, global “learning first” view, to more emphasis on skill-building. Jai Shah Driven by the increasing pace of change and complexities of the work environment, industries and organizations around the world have sharpened their focus on the idea of skills management. In this episode, we explore skills …
 
In the ever-evolving crude market, the dearth of crude from Iran, Venezuela and, most recently, Russia, has led Asian refiners to buy up tight supplies of heavy Latin grades as a replacement. Buying interest for these grades from Mexico, Colombia and Ecuador has been reported in recent months, but availability is limited and a surge in supply from …
 
In this episode – as frustration builds at the challenges faced by farmers, a new poll shows the UK government is falling out of favour with rural voters. We ask: Is the party over for the Conservatives in the countryside? There is an air of optimism at the DairyTech event – but what exactly are the prospects for milk production when input costs co…
 
The DYOJO Podcast Common Estimating Shortfalls Season 3, Episode 80 Lisa Lavender, Restoration Technical Institute (RTI) reached out to me about developing a course around the principles in my first book, Be Intentional: Estimating. While this book centers around the mindset and habits for insurance claims estimating success, the course will dig de…
 
In this episode of the Oil Markets Podcast, S&P Global Commodity Insights editors Paul Hickin, Emma Kettley, and Sam Angell discuss with Joel Hanley the possible return of balance in the oil markets. The fear factor of the Ukrainian war has created high prices and volatility, but are they waning now that renewed supply is entering the market? Tell …
 
Over the last 40 years, the highest performing stores have not been based on market, and are not dependent on brand. The highest performing stores have the lowest employee turnover, and the highest retention among key positions. Ted Kraybill, ESI Trends In this episode of the Performance Matters Podcast, guest host Cathy Palochko is joined by Dave …
 
In this episode, the government confirms a reprieve for urea fertiliser – easing fears of an outright ban and delaying restrictions by at least a year. And long-awaited clarity on farming rules for water will make it simpler for farmers in England to apply manure and slurry this autumn. The concessions are included in a raft of measures to help far…
 
Large loss specialist and trainer Jim Thompson sat down with Jon Isaacson to discuss his life experiences and the content of his new book, “My Life Is One Disaster After Another.” Jim started from the ground up as a public adjuster, moved into cleaning and property restoration, before taking some time away to work with NASA (yes, THAT NASA). Jim di…
 
After a disruption of more than two years, many organizations are once-again able to offer in-person training. In this episode, GP Strategies’ Learning Consultant Katy Bailey discusses the benefits of bringing people together to learn. There’s still something pretty incredible about being able to bring people together to share the same physical tim…
 
Asia’s sustained oil demand revival over the last few months may face a fresh setback following COVID-19 outbreaks in China and other countries in the region. While sharp pull back in consumption appears remote at this stage, markets are keenly watching if Asia’s top oil consuming nations resort to more lockdowns to stem the spread of the pandemic.…
 
In this episode, it's mainly all about the money. What does the UK government's latest spring budget statement mean for your farm business? Two experts give us their views. Rob Hitch from accountants Dodd & Co and Gary Markham from Land Family Business examine the likely impact on the livestock and arable sectors. How will the Agriculture & Horticu…
 
As global oil markets continue to react in real time to the ongoing conflict in Europe, downstream sectors and interconnected industries are also beginning to see marked impacts on trade flows, fundamentals and most notably spot pricing. Long a key refining and import/export hub for the Western Hemisphere, the US Gulf Coast has seen swift reactions…
 
The Xactimate Sessions from The DYOJO Podcast File 007: Xactimate Claims Negotiations Season 3, Episode 79 Guest: Mathew Allen, AdjusterTV (Whitefish, MT) This is the final planned episode of our series The Xactimate Sessions. File 007 includes a discussion with Mathew Allen of AdjusterTV.com on some of the ways that contractors can learn from adju…
 
“Changes in the workforce are having an enormous impact not only on how work is being performed, but also how and where learning takes place.” Linda Lamppert Thinking about the future? Let us make two bold predictions: One, there will be work. And two, performance will still matter. But who will be doing the work? What kind of work will there be? A…
 
I recently had a fun conversation with Randy R. Rapp, who is the Professor of Disaster Restoration and Reconstruction at Purdue University and Associate Professor of Construction Management Technology. As our conversation, which will later be released in episodes of The DYOJO Podcast, drew to an end, I asked the Professor if he had any closing thou…
 
In this episode – why isn't the UK government doing more to encourage food production? We examine concerns over rising input costs, food imports and the government's environmental policies for farmers. Fertiliser prices are high, availability is low – will it be worth growing wheat next year? Will digital grain passports really add value and make l…
 
Europe's high sulfur fuel oil requirements largely depend on exports from Russia. In this episode of the Oil Markets Podcast, S&P Global Commodity Insights reporters Stepan Lavrouk, Mary tiernan and David Petutschnig discuss with Joel Hanley the impact of the war in Ukraine on not just fuel oil, but also bunker fuel and vacuum gasoil. Tell us more …
 
Have you considered making videos for your business to share on YouTube or social media platforms but you are worried that they may be too cringe? Embrace the suck. As Paul T. Long says, "People bank [insert your business] with people." When he was deciding whether or not to create content for his business he considered: Start with educating the pu…
 
In this episode: is ramping up UK farm output the answer to food supply problems caused by conflict in Ukraine? Do government leaders and policy-makers need to rebalance the relationship between food production and environmental schemes? We ask two farmers. On the markets, we look at fertiliser prices – and ask how high can they go? We get some imp…
 
Obligations For Insurance Claims Investigations According to the state of Washington Administrative Code (WAC) 284-30-370: Standards for prompt investigation of a claim. Every insurer must complete its investigation of a claim within thirty days after notification of claim, unless the investigation cannot reasonably be completed within that time. A…
 
Oil markets – and others – are seeing record prices and intense volatility as Russia’s invasion of its neighbor continues. S&P Global Commodity Insights reporters Rosemary Griffin, Elza Turner, and Rowan Staden-Coats discuss with Joel Hanley what the war in Ukraine means for prices, trade flows, and the refineries of Europe. Tell us more about your…
 
This episode examines the impact of the war in Ukraine – both on farmers caught up in the conflict and on farmers in the UK. We look at the effect that war is having on supplies and prices of grain and animal feed – as well as the cost and availability of farm inputs like fuel and fertiliser. The AHDB fertiliser calculator mentioned in this episode…
 
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has stalled oil supplies to refiners in Asia as buyers remain wary of the fallout of the widespread sanctions imposed on Moscow. Though demand for oil and products continues to grow in the region, buyers are left grappling with stunted supplies and rising crude prices. In this podcast, S&P Global Commodity Insights’ Ada…
 
A lot of times, corporations have an internal learning and development program, but the skill sets, the standard operating procedures, the equipment, and the job tasks are so specific to the data center environment that they almost need their own learning and development program. Brian Korfhage The rapid production of data centers for a variety of …
 
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