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Can we reimagine our future? What do we want it to look like? How do we get there? In this biweekly podcast, Ivana Gazibara, Director of the Futures Centre - powered by Forum for the Future, talks to innovators, activists and thought leaders about leverage points for transformation in this decade of climate action. Visit www.thefuturescentre.org for more insights.
 
Foresight: The CPA Podcast asks CPAs to reimagine their position at the centre of the economy. La série Balados pour CPA : Voir demain invite les comptables à se repositionner en plein cœur de l’économie. Accountants face an urgent choice: embrace change or risk falling behind, losing relevance and being replaced by competitors. Foresight: The CPA Podcast takes a deep dive into how societal shifts are transforming the role of CPAs. From AI to ESG. From protecting the environment to protectin ...
 
This is a fortnightly topical podcast show for L&D professionals. Each episode David James will be discussing and debating topics affecting the profession today, alongside various guests. David has been a People Development professional for more than 20 years, most notably as Director of Talent, Learning & OD for The Walt Disney Company across Europe, the Middle East & Africa. As well as being the Chief Learning Strategist at Looop, David is a prominent writer and speaker on topics around mo ...
 
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CSIS is a leader in researching, analyzing and identifying defense and security threats around the globe. CSIS programs study a wide range of Defense and Security issues as well as the evolution of past, present, and future defense and security policy worldwide. This research is led by the International Security Program (ISP), which houses Defense Budget Analysis, the Defense-Industrial Initiatives Group (DIIG), the Missile Defense Project, the Project on Nuclear Issues (PONI), Civil-Militar ...
 
Tap into Tax is PwC’s podcast series covering current regulatory, legislative and technology hot topics through the lens of our tax technical leaders as well as process and technology subject matter specialists. As tax department's navigate today's disruptive events and position your business to thrive, our podcast series will provide timely tax technical and operational updates to help you mobilize your response and recovery efforts, transition into a return to work, and set a path for the ...
 
The official podcast of the United States Secret Service! Established in 1865 solely to suppress the counterfeiting of U.S. currency during the Civil War, today the Secret Service is mandated by Congress to carry out the integrated missions of protection and investigations. Hosted by Cody Starken, he takes you on his journey to learn about the various personnel throughout the agency and learns about their lives and their roles and responsibilities for the Agency. Subscribe to Standing Post h ...
 
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A company that looks to the future will know how to prepare for it. Strategic Foresight takes a comprehensive view of your past experiences and decisions, and brings dynamic clarity and focus to your company by creating a transformational framework for you to understand your decisions, processes, landscape, and pathways. In this episode, Frank and …
 
TikTok and Facebook are just two companies that consider their culture to be crucial to their success and this week’s guest, Michal Oshman, has not only worked for both but she is Head of Culture at TikTok. In this episode, we explore what culture is; why it’s important; and what Michal does at TikTok to maintain and grow theirs When culture is at …
 
What have been the most significant shifts for the sustainability movement in the last 25 years? Where have we succeeded and failed? What lessons have we learned along the way? How can we transform ‘business as usual’? And what surprises might be lurking around the corner? In this special edition of the Futuring Podcast, Ivana Gazibara, Director of…
 
Curation is a term that has been used in L&D for a number of years but its actual purpose often seems to be diluted down to ‘making more content’. As discussed in this episode, curation is a useful skill to have in the L&D kitbag to draw on expertise and know-how that resides elsewhere, repurposed as solutions to real problems. Thank you to Shona H…
 
Episode #039 Please welcome Stephanie Semadeni, one of our Occupational Health Nurses in the Safety, Health and Environmental Programs Division. Stephanie has been with the Secret Service since 2013. One of the main functions of her position as a nurse in SAF is to review medical exams and make medical qualification determinations for those enrolle…
 
In this special edition of our What if podcast, the EU’s first-ever commissioner for strategic foresight Maroš Šefčovič explains to Florence Gaub what foresight is, how it can help policy-making, and what he thinks generally about the future.By Florence Gaub, Maroš Šefčovič
 
David & Kattie led L&D in different regions - at the same - at The Walt Disney Company and in this episode they reminisce about what it was like, some of the great opportunities they had and some of the challenges they faced. This is a candid conversation that will appease Disney fans - and L&D fans - alike. KEY TAKEAWAYS For large organisations li…
 
Episode #038 - Please welcome Personnel Security Specialist Trevon Jenifer. Trevon Jenifer was born without limbs due to a rare disease called Congenital Phocomelia. When Trevon was 4 years old, his step-dad (Eric Brown) came into his life and helped raise him. All of Trevon’s siblings were participating in sports, so Eric found an organization tha…
 
Restrictions as a result of the global pandemic have seen many L&D leaders seeking more predictable and reliable ways of affecting individual and organisational performance with digital and virtual solutions. At this time, approaches developed and advocated by Bob Mosher (and Conrad Gottfredson) have gained even more traction with high-profile exam…
 
As the accounting industry adapts to a new digital era, CPAs need to expand their role as key ethical leaders in organizations. Laura and Brian Friedrich, principals at Friedrich and Friedrich Corp. and co-authors of the article “Ethical Leadership in an Era of Complexity and Digital Change,” weigh in on the broader responsibilities faced by accoun…
 
Whether L&D are advising others’ on their careers or we’re navigating our own, it’s useful to acknowledge how careers are changing and how societal shifts mean we need to shift our approaches to progressing our careers. In this episode, we explore current thinking and practice for post-COVID times. KEY TAKEAWAYS The COVID situation has demonstrated…
 
Global mobility is evolving in new and different ways. A sophisticated and agile employee mobility strategy is key to attracting and retaining the best talent as well as managing the complex tax, administrative, and strategic needs of your global workforce. On this episode of Tap into Tax, we will explore mobility program strategy, benefits and tax…
 
Sp. Ep. #004 - Please welcome the Boston Field Office's Assistant Special Agent in Charge, ASAIC Tom Baker, and Brian Miller, brother of the late Master Security Officer Craig Miller. In this episode, we discuss the loss of MSO Craig Miller on 9/11 and the relationship that formed between Brian Miller's family and the Boston Field Office. Hosted, P…
 
Note to English listeners: this is our second and final French episode for this season of Foresight. Links to English resources can be found at the bottom of the show notes. « Nous, on est surpris quand on a une conversation, parce que parfois on reçoit des spécialistes de la transformation numérique, ils nous demandent, “Qu’est-ce qu’un CPA vient …
 
Episode #037 Please welcome Assistant to the Special Agent in Charge, ATSAIC Brad Beeler. Special Agent Beeler started his career in the Chicago Field Office in the counterfeit and organized crime squads, he then became a polygrapher where he started the next phase of his career doing polygraph examinations. He then went on to serve on the Bush Pro…
 
Cognitive Task Analysis gets to the decision-making behind performance so that what is done by Subject Matter Experts can be accurately shared and then replicated. In this episode, Dick Clark shares insights and experience into what CTA is, why it is critical to successful L&D and how to get started. KEY TAKEAWAYS CTA improves the interview strateg…
 
In this episode, we are joined by Eileen Mullaney, PwC’s Global Mobility Consulting Leader, and Dom Megna, PwC’s US Tax Reporting and Strategy Leader, to discuss executive and Tax Leader Insights from our PwC US Pulse Survey, or as we will refer to it throughout this podcast, the “Pulse Survey,” which is tracking where business is headed and what p…
 
This episode is in French. English listeners can find translations of the transcript and show notes through the links below. "Où est-ce qu'on se projette dans 20 ans? L'intelligence artificielle va être comme un collègue vers qui on se réfère pour supporter nos analyses. C'est quelqu'un qu'on va challenger, c'est une machine dont on va questionner …
 
This episode with Scott McCandless (US) will explore the relationship between climate change and tax. We will discuss carbon related tax proposals both in the US and abroad, and how they differ from traditional means of taxation and other carbon pricing systems. Companies will have a better understanding of the issues they need to consider as these…
 
Can we reimagine philanthropy as if it takes on transformational climate challenges in a more systemic grant process? In the fifth episode of the Futuring Podcast, Ivana Gazibara, Director of the Futures Centre, talks to Cressida Pollock, the Co-Director of Quadrature Climate Foundation, former Chief Executive of English National Opera and founding…
 
Tax functions are facing a shifting landscape and balancing ongoing cost pressures that challenge their status quo and raise new questions on how to operate more efficiently and effectively. On this episode of Tap into Tax, we will discuss how managed services can be not only an effective cost lever that Tax executives can pull, but a highly strate…
 
Are financial statements relics of the past? A myriad of financial tools and alternative sources of information have crowded a space once dominated by financial statements and the accountants who prepared them. But as AI grows more sophisticated and the sources of financial data continue to expand, can CPAs maintain their role at the centre of econ…
 
How can the finance world adopt systems thinking and what are the radical paradigm shifts needed to facilitate large-scale impact? We know that capital can catalyze change but we are yet to deploy it effectively for system change. In the fourth episode of the Futuring Podcast, Ivana Gazibara, Director of the Futures Centre, talks to Dominic Hofstet…
 
Episode #036 - Please welcome Investigative Protection Officer Patrick Rafferty. Mr. Rafferty serves in the New York Field Office and came to the Secret Service after retiring as a Captain in the New York Police Department. Mr. Rafferty served the NYPD for 25 years and in 2010 came to the Secret Service. Prior to the NYPD, he served in the U.S. Arm…
 
Just a short message from David, to let you know that he is taking a few weeks away from podcasting to recharge. But, that he is still available on other platforms, which he shares in the podcast. Along with a request for a bit of help with inspiration from his audience. VALUABLE RESOURCES The Learning And Development Podcast - https://podcasts.app…
 
When a World Economic Forum study found accountants and auditors to be the fourth most likely professions to decrease, it was "a huge wake-up call for the industry," said Tim Jackson. He is chair of the Competency Map Task Force, responsible for creating CPA Canada's new competency map. In this episode, Tim describes both the daunting challenges CP…
 
Have you ever wondered how differently we'd act if we thought nature was watching and holding us accountable? In the third episode of the Futuring Podcast, Ivana Gazibara, Director of the Futures Centre, talks to Daze Aghaji, a Climate Justice Activist, Political Candidate, Student, and Freelance Advisor. Tune in to hear why decarbonisation can ach…
 
Rohit Kumar and Janice Mays - who share over 50 collective years of experience on Capitol Hill in senior tax policy positions - join the podcast to share their insights on how what is happening in Congress and on the international stage intersects with the future of tax policy. The panel will discuss what challenges remain on the US and internation…
 
Jobs-to-be-Done is best defined as a perspective — a lens through which to observe markets, customers, needs, competitors, and customer segments differently, and by doing so, make innovation far more predictable and profitable. In its application to Learning & Development, it is an approach to truly understand the needs of both employees and L&D in…
 
Our first episode explores what sustainability means in the financial world and what role CPAs play in creating a greener future. Davinder Valeri, CPA, CA. Davinder (director of strategy, risk and performance with CPA Canada) and EY Canada East Leader Anne-Marie Hubert discuss this critical shift in the future of our accounting profession. They dis…
 
Foresight: the CPA Podcast is set to launch July 15, 2021, but here's a small taste of what you can expect to hear. David McGuffin is the host for the English episodes in the series. David has reported around the world as a journalist for CBC. He was most recently a Supervising Editor for National Public Radio in Washington DC. Episodes four and fi…
 
Episode #035 - Please welcome Deputy Director Faron K. Paramore; he serves as the 22nd Deputy Director of the United States Secret Service. Appointed in March 2021, Mr. Paramore has direct oversight of the agency's daily investigative and protective operations. Mr. Paramore also oversees the agency's current policies and is responsible for implemen…
 
As impact investment gains momentum, how can we ensure our capital gets deployed to support the most climate-critical solutions? In the second episode of the Futuring Podcast, Ivana Gazibara, Director of the Futures Centre, talks to Stephan Nicoleau, Managing Director of FullCycle - a fund which invests in technologies that abate short-lived climat…
 
The opportunity with digital L&D has always been to achieve more but when online learning has been resisted by employees and with eLearning being tarnished by poor click-next courses, it seemed the opportunity was beyond us. However, by pivoting to Agile, working closely with their clients and leading with resources Sebastian and his team at Vitali…
 
In the second episode of our mini-series on strategy, Florence Gaub has two guests: the pen-holder of the Strategic Compass, Jean-Pierre van Aubel, and Daniel Fiott, the Security and Defence editor of the EUISS. They discuss whether the Strategic Compass is, or is not, a strategy, how it is being put together, and why it is important for Europe.…
 
In this episode of Tap into Tax, Julie Allen and Margie Dhunjishah interview David Swenson, a partner in PwC’s National Tax Services and former global Tax Controversy and Dispute Resolution Leader about the controversy environment, focusing on current audit activity, the tactics and approaches taken by tax authorities during audits, and the key dri…
 
The step-up into L&D leadership can often be underestimated because it’s hard to understand unless you’re doing it. Too often L&D professionals bemoan the absence of the conditions for change but this is where leadership comes in. In this episode, we discuss what it means to become a leader of an L&D function, what the new expectations are, what a …
 
Just 2% of philanthropic giving goes to climate action globally and only 3% of this 2% goes to Africa. How can we create system change strategies as funders and investors to support the change we need to see over the coming decade? In the first episode of the Futuring Podcast, Ivana Gazibara, Director of the Futures Centre powered by Forum for the …
 
Episode #034 - Please welcome Uniformed Division TREK Patrol Officer, Louis Lara. After joining the Secret Service, he decided to broaden his law enforcement experiences by joining the TREK Program within the Uniformed Division's White House Branch. Since 2016, Ofc. Lara became a Nationally certified TREK trained officer, and helped restore and pro…
 
Stepping up to L&D Manager can be both exciting and daunting but we can all learn from those who’ve done it already. In this episode, Jack describes his role, his assimilation, and his development, alongside the expectations and experiences that have helped him establish himself at this new level. KEY TAKEAWAYS Becoming a manager is a huge change. …
 
Starting your career in L&D can be exciting and daunting. Where do you start? Which skills are important? What pitfalls must you avoid? Especially in these times when the whole profession has shifted and digital approaches are transforming the practice. In this episode, Lexie Hockaday (Junior L&D Product Manager) explores her own journey and develo…
 
In this episode of Tap into Tax, Julie Allen and Margie Dhunjishah interview David Lewis, a Managing Director in PwC’s Tax Policy Services group and a former longtime pharma company tax executive, about the new challenges facing supply chains in 2021. David discusses how companies should be preparing for any upcoming executive and legislative actio…
 
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