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Best Stakeholders podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Stakeholders podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Sustain:epreneur Podcast is bridging the gap between business and sustainability. We're here to educate and motivate entrepreneurs toward sustainability by discussing important topics, debating different perspectives and by showcasing those of you who are doing it right, right now. Sustainability is quickly becoming the new differentiator in business and if you're not getting on board, you're getting left behind. Check us out and be a part of the biggest market shift since the world-wide-web.
 
Very Public Affairs is a regular update, examination and exposé of the latest trends and developments in how public affairs is managed in large organisations globally. Each episode examines an aspect of best practice in corporate public affairs internationally, providing insight and guidance to public affairs practitioners working in corporations, connecting public affairs practitioners with ideas and practical insights to assist, support and inspire them, and the organisations. This is the ...
 
This Podcast is created and curated by Deepak Jayaraman (an Executive Coach and a Leadership Advisor). He lives in Mumbai and works with successful Senior Executives by helping them play to their unique potential but with a sharp focus on transitions (business or career). Just like businesses need to think about "where to play" and "how to win", leaders need to be coherent about "where to go" and "how to grow" in their journeys. Deepak works with them during pivotal moments to help them with ...
 
At Beyond the Bake Sale, we're all about how you can give, and raise, more time, talent and treasure for the causes you care about. We'll share some tried and true tips, tactics, and tools to help you take your fundraising and cause marketing "beyond the bake sale" without having to have to spend a ton of money to do it, or even having a ton of experience
 
Face the climate crisis head on, but understand that we have the power to solve this. From former UN Chief Christiana Figueres and the team who brought you the Paris Agreement, this podcast about issues and politics will inform you, inspire you and help you realize that this is the most exciting time in history to be alive.
 
UX-radio, Inc. is designed to inspire, educate, share resources and to expand the conversation about Information Architecture (IA) User Experience (UX) and Design. This show was founded by Lara Fedoroff who leads the Product Strategy team at Philosophie, has designed for respectable brands, is a speaker and occasional adjunct instructor. Our Co-Host is the illustrious, Chris Chandler. Chris is a Partner and Global Product Strategist at Philosophie, an instructor, speaker and is the Co-founde ...
 
This is a podcast designed for conversations, issues, and challenges relating to active learning in higher education. We will also be bringing in special guests to talk about who's who in active learning! For more information, hit me up @Situationalist on Twitter! Also ask me about my latest experiences at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical experience implementing active learning, blended learning, and open educational resources. More episodes coming in 2020!
 
Your one-stop shop for essential data visualization and presentation skills for digital marketers, web analysts, and BI practitioners. With regular original content and luminary guest appearances from Rand Fishkin, Jim Sterne, Dustin Mathews, Garr Reynolds and more. This is the toolset you need to present your data, inform business decisions, inspire action, and become INDISPENSABLE.
 
This series features brief discussions with leading China experts on a range of issues in the U.S.-China relationship, including domestic politics, foreign policy, economics, security, culture, the environment, and areas of global concern. For more interviews, videos, and links to events, visit our website: www.ncuscr.org. The National Committee on U.S.-China Relations is the leading nonprofit, nonpartisan organization that encourages understanding of China and the United States among citize ...
 
This podcast channel (web feed) includes audio-only versions of all presentations published during the 2007 K-12 Online Conference. Learn more on www.k12onlineconference.org. The K-12 Online Conference invites participation from educators around the world interested in innovative ways Web 2.0 tools and technologies can be used to improve learning. This FREE conference is run by volunteers and open to everyone. The 2007 conference theme is “Playing with Boundaries”. This year’s conference beg ...
 
This podcast channel (web feed) includes video versions of all presentations published during the 2007 K-12 Online Conference. Learn more on www.k12onlineconference.org. The K-12 Online Conference invites participation from educators around the world interested in innovative ways Web 2.0 tools and technologies can be used to improve learning. This FREE conference is run by volunteers and open to everyone. The 2007 conference theme is “Playing with Boundaries”. This year’s conference begins w ...
 
Welcome to this site dedicated to communicating essential truths regarding Christ and His legacy of faith which He bequeathed to His followers before leaving the earth with the expectation and instruction that it should be communicated transgenerationally in its purity, purpose and expression until He comes back again to claim the fruits of what He had invested through His own shed blood. It is however a statement of fact that as Christianity journeyed through the generations, away from its ...
 
Dr Phil Richardson explores how to solve complex problems in strategy, innovation and change management using business models created from biological systems. Based on 3.8 billion years of evolution biological systems can provide a unique, if not counterintuitive way of thinking differently. The approach has been successfully used in product and service development, creating new ways of working, improving collaboration and delivering disruptive change.
 
“Annmarie’s Breaking Ground Podcast” shares interviews with industry leading executives, CEO’s, and product innovators to discuss topics from Engineering to Operations and everything in between. This is your go-to podcast for best practices and industry trends on new products, services and facility operations. Annmarie Bhola is the owner of Enhanced Building Solutions, a company that's committed to transforming the culture in the building industry through training and development.
 
Hello and welcome to Ms Sabo's Business Management podcasts. You have three options: you can either listen to the podcast directly on your computer or click the subscribe with iTunes link at the bottom of this page to download the file to your iPod or iPhone or search Ms Sabo in the iTunes store and click subscribe. Stay tuned for more podcasts coming shortly. Happy podcast listening!
 
The Nonprofit Optimist podcast showcases positive change agents and talks through lessons that their small nonprofits have learned. With interviews of executive directors, founders, board members and staff leaders, we share practical advice based on real experiences working in the non-profit sector. Since most nonprofit professionals wear many hats, this is a great opportunity to learn how to grow your small nonprofit without needing to re-invent the wheel!
 
The State of Ready strives to educate, train, and infuse technology into Emergency Management. Our weekly podcast is designed to inform everyone of trends, tips, and experience from a variety of viewpoints to help develop new ideas that solve problems within your community. It is our aim to bring an awareness of technology to Emergency Managers and those interested in emergency preparedness.
 
Welcome to the Birthing of Giant podcast with Lewis Schiff, executive director of Birthing of Giants. After having sold 2 media companies to publicly traded companies, Lewis began interviewing some of the most successful entrepreneurs in the world and shared what he learned in his best-seller, Business Brilliant. Each episode of the Birthing of Giants podcast features an interview with leaders from innovative companies to reveal the most important lessons learned during their ascent to the top.
 
Failures from the Field is a new podcast brought to you by Ubuntu Education Fund. Hosted by Jordan Levy, international development expert and Chief External Relations Officer of Ubuntu, each episode dives deep into some of the most pervasive problems facing international development. Through interviews with the best and brightest development leaders, this series explores the often unheard realities of non-profit fundraising, what it truly takes to transform lives, and the failures which ulti ...
 
Join us as we talk to Design and Construction Professionals about their challenges & what they are doing to create amazing businesses.If everyone in the industry better understands each other, we’ll communicate better – leading to stronger relationships, better built outcomes, and more profitable businesses.Architects are from Mars Builders are from Venus is brought to you by RubySketch, makers of PlusSpec for SketchUp, an easy to use 3D BIM and Estimating software for Architects and Contrac ...
 
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Christiana is BACK! We discuss to rise of "stakeholder capitalism" and how it could be a turning point for corporations and countries to #buildbackbetter. Our interview this week is with former CEO of Unilever, Paul Polman. Paul enlightens us on how the private sector has a major opportunity and responsibility to bring back humanity to the core of …
 
NUGGET CONTEXT RG speaks about the fact that CEOs are measured not just on the objective performance metrics that have been laid out but also on how they perform with respect to the expectations of the pecking order of stakeholders in the system. The challenge is that the former is often laid out clearly (if one is lucky) and the latter is a fuzzy …
 
We are witnessing a momentous shift in the expectations of business – from a sole focus on financial shareholders to being held accountable to all stakeholders, including employees, consumers and the environment. On this episode of CASE in Point, we’ll discuss the role of B Corporations, the Business Roundtable’s 2019 announcement about the purpose…
 
Are you continuing to work with stakeholders in the same way you have always engaged with them? Is that the best way for our changing times? Do stakeholders derail your projects with their concerns? Kim and Fulyana look at their own experience in the light of an article Kim read recently. The link to the article is below the podcast. Is it time for…
 
This week, a LIVEstream episode! We were joined by activist and filmmaker, Richard Curtis, for his second time on the podcast! His latest initiative, Make My Money Matter is a campaign to shift the £3 trillion invested in UK pensions away from fossil fuels, arms, and meat production over to clean energy, healthcare, and human rights. This initiativ…
 
European Union leaders will meet in Brussels on July 17-18 to discuss plans for a new recovery fund and long-term budget to help Europe bounce back from the COVID-19 crisis. The CER’s chief economist Christian Odendahl and deputy director John Springford discuss how the EU should spend the money.By Centre for European Reform
 
This week Kim and Fulyana talk about the continuing changes to work practices as a result of lockdown from COVID19. Specifically as we here move to the next stage of starting to have more options for commuting and working at our workplaces and/or at home, this podcast looks at how losing commuting time and then regaining it can be either good or ba…
 
As most of us have been hunkering down over the last few months, we’ve been shopping for more of our own food and eating out less. As you’ve perused the seafood section of the grocery store, you may have wondered to yourself what type of fish is OK to buy. This week on Sea Change Radio, we look at seafood supply chains with Espen Braathe who heads …
 
Learn the popup playbook and advanced strategies from our special guest Rob Hammett from JustUno, a software provider that thousands of Shopify stores use. Many online sites only convert 2% of traffic and have modest-sized email lists. What’s missing? Brands need middle-of-funnel initiatives such as list growth and conversion rate optimization. Thi…
 
GUEST R Gopalakrishnan is a man of many identities. A Board Member, an author, an advisor, speaker and a teacher. Apart from having an illustrious career in Hindustan Lever and Tata Sons, he has been on several Boards over the last few decades. He has authored 12 books since 2007 (that is a run rate of about a book a year if you think about it). He…
 
NUGGET CONTEXT RG speaks about how he has thought about his career like a marathoner. He speaks about all of us having to refire rather than retire. He uses the metaphor of Lego to state that each one of us like a Lego piece with its unique characteristics and we are looking for a hole in the sky where we could fit in. And he suggests that we keep …
 
NUGGET CONTEXT RG speaks about his experiences from having made around 200 odd CEO appointments in his years as a mentor and as a Board Member. He goes onto say that his hit-rate might only be around 50-60% over the years. He shares some principles around how we can build robustness in hiring decisions and how we can think about experience, compete…
 
NUGGET CONTEXT RG speaks about how transitioning from one context to another is a bit like moving from driving a race car to rock climbing. You need to feel the surface before you transfer your weight and move forward. He speaks about the criticality of adopting (not appointing) mentors around you. These informal mentors often act as a feedback loo…
 
NUGGET CONTEXT Gopal speaks about the criticality of focusing on not just efficiency (linearly moving from point A to point B) but effectiveness (moving according to the lay of the land much like how water comes down a mountain). He shares some metaphors and discusses how sometimes CEOs might end up gravitiating towards efficiency while the Board m…
 
Mary Owusu and Pierre DeBois are celebrated experts and speakers in the digital analytics field. They graciously offered heartbreaking stories of racial oppression and discrimination both in the tech field and their personal lives, helping me unpack and uncomfortably face the dark truth that racism is still at large all around us. VIEW ALL SHOW NOT…
 
NUGGET CONTEXT RG speaks about the criticality having a healthy friendly relationship with the Board. He speaks about the narrative that CEOs often have around Board members being another “layer to manage”. He suggests that if we instead treat them as founts of wisdom and as mentors, there is a lot of value that CEOs can unlock from the Board membe…
 
NUGGET CONTEXT RG speaks about the criticality of seeking and absorbing the feedback from the people around you. He speaks about the role of a spouse who observes us in high resolution and says that they (or close friends or a trusted colleague or a board member) could act as a concave psychological mirror. He speaks about the story of Clementine C…
 
NUGGET CONTEXT RG speaks about the role of the leader bringing in adequate open-ness and a prototyping mindset to the way he or she sculpts his or her ideas. If he or she has the habit of “baking it too much” in his or her mind and then present to the others as a sales pitch it might be bad for business and for the leader’s trust quotient with the …
 
NUGGET CONTEXT RG speaks about how leaders coming in from one context can effectively adapt to a completely new context especially when they do not have a working knowledge of the new space. He underscores the importance of humility, open-ness to learning to build trust and come up the learning curve in the new environment. GUEST R Gopalakrishnan i…
 
Human beings are nothing if not innovative. We have invented entire disciplines concerned with design, sustainability, and urban planning. Now, however, a global pandemic is forcing experts in these disciplines to rethink, adapt, and re-innovate. This week on Sea Change Radio, we speak to design expert and environmental journalist Lloyd Alter about…
 
During this solo episode, we recap the torrent of recent announcements from Shopify ReUnite, its annual conference and guide brands on the new Shopify features to look out for in the next 6-12 months – Which ones made us jump and others which made us want to wait and see? On the digital marketing side, Shopify's new Shop App is reviewed and the Fac…
 
This week on the podcast, we talk about the second most polluting industry in the world, fashion. We talk with President and CEO of Gucci, Marco Bizzarri about why Gucci went carbon neutral with offsets, and how they plan to take their entire supply chain to carbon neutrality without having to pay for offsets. And to achieve that, they've launched …
 
David believes philanthropy’s power belongs to all – not just the 1%. Working with clients across Canada and internationally, he develops and executes successful strategies for annual giving and legacy marketing programs that build value through meaningful donor relationships and empower donors of modest means to achieve their philanthropic dreams.…
 
This week Kim and Fulyana discuss a recent television documentary that highlighted the former NSW Rural Fire Service Commissioner, Shane Fitzsimmons. They both felt it showed some interesting characteristics that can be utilised in the corporate management world. A link to the documentary is below the podcast. To view the Australian Story episode c…
 
In his book Lies My Teacher Told Me, James Loewen writes that “race is the sharpest and deepest division in American life.” We recognize the peaceful protests that have emerged in the wake of the murder of George Floyd as a force for healing, and for addressing our nation’s shameful history surrounding race. Millions of Americans of all ages, races…
 
GUEST BJ Fogg is a behaviour scientist with deep experience in innovation and teaching. At Stanford University, he runs the Behaviour Design Lab (earlier called Persuasive Tech lab). He spends about 50% of his time to Stanford and 50% to industry innovation. On the industry side, he trains innovators to use his work so that they can create solution…
 
NUGGET CONTEXT BJ speaks about the ABC of tiny habits – Anchor, Behaviour and Celebration. He goes on to speak about the importance of having an authentic celebration as it causes dopamine regulation that leads to a habit getting cemented in your life. He also urges us to keep the habit tiny before we expand it. He says it is more important to bake…
 
NUGGET CONTEXT BJ speaks about the Motivation Ability curve which lies at the heart of his thinking around tiny habits. He speaks about how they complement each other and one way for us to take the vagary of motivation out of the equation is to go up the Ability curve so that we reduce the friction to the extent that we could do the activity with m…
 
NUGGET CONTEXT BJ speaks about the role of a prompt in getting us to perform a habit. Prompt is often the trigger that ensures that we perform the habit (assuming we have adequate motivation and ability – something that we discuss later in the conversation) GUEST BJ Fogg is a behaviour scientist with deep experience in innovation and teaching. At S…
 
NUGGET CONTEXT BJ makes the distinction between an Action Prompt (something that we do in our lives) versus a Context Prompt (an external trigger such as an Email, Pop-Up, Message etc). He speaks about how Product Managers in companies could be more thoughtful about how they could understand user behavior to figure out when to use the product to in…
 
NUGGET CONTEXT BJ speaks about how we could overcome the vagaries of our motivation by working on our abilities and by keeping the habit really tiny. He also breaks down ability into a chain and says that our probability of doing something depends on the weakest link in the chain. The chain consists of time, money, physical effort, mental effort an…
 
NUGGET CONTEXT BJ speaks about the role of celebration in locking in a habit. He also makes the distinction between a reward that often comes several days, weeks or months later and a celebration, which is often in that moment when you perform that habit. He speaks about the need to hack that emotion to really wire in the habit. GUEST BJ Fogg is a …
 
NUGGET CONTEXT BJ speaks about how we can sow the seed for a new habit but how we can ramp up and ramp down what we do as long as we are moderate in our expectations. He speaks about the trap that a lot of high achievers get into where they keep increasing the bar for themselves often upto a point where they often end up becoming slaves to the habi…
 
NUGGET CONTEXT BJ speaks about the importance of language when we think about habits. He says that breaking habits is possibly a wrong metaphor where we could end up doing more damage than good if we adopt that mindset. He likens a bad habit to a tangled phone cord that needs to be carefully untangled knot by knot for us to really resolve the situa…
 
NUGGET CONTEXT BJ speaks about some thoughts around how we can battle screen addiction both when we are by ourselves and when we are with others. He recommends screentime.standford.edu where there is an automated AI based system that asks for your objectives and understands your usage patterns and suggests a few simple things you could do to grappl…
 
NUGGET CONTEXT BJ speaks about why several people cognitively “get” what they need to do but struggle to move the needle in that direction. He links it back to the early success some of them experience in their journey and why that leads to a certain “fixed mindset” that comes in the way of them experimenting with new ideas that could potentially b…
 
This week we conclude our discussion with Nick Gorman covering aspects of mental wellbeing at work. Apart from the personal benefits, we look at what this means for organisations and the retention of valuable staff. This episode is a little longer than our usual ones – give yourself some extra time to listen to it all. To contact Nick, please visit…
 
This week, something a little different! For our conversation, we are joined by South African Environmental and Human Rights Activist, Kumi Naidoo. Kumi is best know for his time running GreenPeace International and Amnesty International, two massive organizations that get at the heart of enacting justice in all it's forms around the world. We talk…
 
Dominick Quartuccio helps corporate individuals, teams, and businesses design a future they can’t wait to live into. He also has a passion for developing highly evolved men to elevate how they show up as leaders, husbands, fathers and champions for women. I don’t know anyone who has worked so tirelessly to create awareness and help others navigate …
 
Dave is Vice President of Advancement at ACHIEVA and an adjunct professor of informatics at Muskingum University’s Master of Information Strategy, Systems and Technology program. A certified Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) Master Trainer, he received the Outstanding Fund Raising Executive Award from the AFP Western PA chapter in 2013…
 
This has been a difficult stretch for the country with millions sick, out of work, or simply stuck at home. But the horrific murder of George Floyd shifted our collective focus to a very different sort of epidemic. Mr. Floyd joined the names of Tamir Rice, Michael Brown, Eric Garner, Philando Castile, Breonna Taylor and thousands of other African A…
 
Did you know that YouTube is the 2nd most visited website in the US and boasts 2 billion monthly visitors? Special guest Brett Curry gives us the blueprint for video ads and how brands can set up YouTube like a pro. We’ll discuss Youtube ads for newbies looking to dip their toes in, share specific YouTube video templates that convert for eCommerce …
 
It's World Environment Day, and what better way to celebrate than with Executive Director of The United Nations World Environment Programme, Inger Andersen. She gives us her optimism about dreaming up the regenerative world filled with biodiversity and a right relationship with nature, as well as her outrage over the social, economic, and racial in…
 
President Tsai Ing-wen was re-elected in January, 2020, on a platform similar to that of her first term, yet new cross-Strait developments and changing challenges at home suggest the next four years may not be a continuation of the status quo. Seton Hall University law professor and Taiwan expert Margaret Lewis explores the possibilities for mainla…
 
Meridian Swift was hired for her first volunteer manager job in 1995 because she was “nice.” Since that fateful day, she earned the CVA accreditation in 2005, has won several volunteer program awards and has presented workshops on the state and national level. She poured her passion for elevating volunteer programs into authoring two books, The Vol…
 
Some of Louisiana’s best buffers against the storms that lash its coast annually are the little spits of land in the Gulf of Mexico — they slow down hurricanes and help throttle storm surges. But as sea level rise is eroding these coastal wetlands, new land buffers are being built up through dredging, in order to protect Gulf Coast residences and h…
 
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