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Dharminder Biharie

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Vanuit het verleden ben ik geboeid geraakt waarom grote ondernemingen met duizenden patenten en knappe koppen toch in moeilijkheden kwamen. Een rode draad in het verhaal dat leiderschap en het op tijd aanpassen van de verdienmodellen cruciaal zijn om toekomstbestendig te zijn en te blijven. In mijn podcast ga ik op bezoek bij experts om de juiste invalshoeken te zoeken. Wat komt er allemaal bij kijken. Innovatie klinkt mooi, maar meebewegen is toch het credo.
 
Rijnmond Staat Stil is het interviewprogramma op Radio Rijnmond. Elke vrijdagavond nemen verslaggevers de tijd voor een lang gesprek met één persoon. Mooie portretten van bekende en onbekende mensen strelen uw trommelvliezen, beroeren uw hart en prikkelen uw hersens. Een uur lang wilt u even geen telefoon opnemen, want u heeft wel wat beters te doen. die over de soep vloog': we gaan de diepte in! Rijnmond Staat Stil, vrijdag van 18.00 tot 19.00 uur.
 
De Chicks And The City podcast is dè Survival & Inspiration Guide voor de moderne kosmopolitische (jonge) vrouw en iedereen die zich hierin kan vinden. Alles wat de vrouw van nu bezig houdt komt ter sprake. In deze podcast gaan presentatrice Natasja Morales en de chicks in gesprek met mensen met een bijzonder, spraakmakend of inspirerend verhaal.
 
Welcome to the world's first fully Low Saxon podcast focussing on the speech area as a whole, its implications and its practical issues. A number of tags to get this thing rolling: Achterhoek, Achterhook, Achterhoeks Drenthe, Drèenthe, Dreinte, Drents Sallands, sallaands, sallaans, sallandsk Twents, Tweants, Twentsk Westfalen, Westphalia, Westfäölsk Nedersaksisch, Plattdeutsch, Plattdüütsch, Platdüütsk Münsterländer Mönsterlanner Platt. Grafschafter, Graofschupper
 
My mission with my podcast is to get in touch with people I find interesting, and then I talk to them and try to figure out what makes them so. I do this podcast because i am a curious soul, and there are so many people that i find incredible. The topics I usually talk about are: Creativity 💭 Marketing 📈 Content production 🔖 Entrepreneurship 💼 Leadership 🧭
 
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Seeking out Chinese doctors from across the world to help our listeners solve their bodies’ agonies and find the germ of the ailment where pills and knives can’t reach.

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Ask Dr Wang is a lunar monthly show that uses the wisdom of Chinese medicine to explore the pains of the body and the maladies of the world around us. In each episode, we will seek out Chinese doctors from across the world to help our listeners solve their bodies’ agonies and find the germ of the ailment where pills and knives can’t reach. At the same time, we will reflect on these individual bodies through larger agonies of the societies they live in and talk to the local Chinese doctor abo ...
 
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On this week’s episode, Tulane business professor J. Cameron Verhaal and Urban South Brewery owner Jacob Landry talk about what it takes to build an authentic and scalable beer brand, why Louisiana and Mississippi have fewer breweries than other states — and how inflation is “crushing” the industry in 2022.…
 
This week’s guest is Mandy Simpson, owner of NOLA Boards, a New Orleans-based maker of handcrafted cutting boards, countertops, furniture and more. She talks about how celebrity chef Rachael Ray helped boost her business, the importance of supporting local retailers during the holiday shopping season — and her big plans to take her business on the …
 
De politie, de Belastingdienst en het onderwijs liggen sinds de recente antiracistische protesten onder een vergrootglas. Maar hoe zit het met discriminatie in de medische wereld? Een gesprek over de (ir)relevantie van etniciteit en afkomst in de spreekkamer en het lab. Met o.a. kinderarts dr. Jamiu Busari (Maastricht University) en huisarts prof. …
 
A new headquarters, exciting new partnerships, big gifts: 2022 has been an exciting one for the nonprofit Son of a Saint, which helps area boys without father figures. This week, founder Sonny Lee shares some creative ways individuals and businesses can be part of the movement to stop the cycle of violence in our city.…
 
To be on or off a list can make a world of difference. Since the 9/11 attacks, blacklists have become an important device in the world’s security landscape. From No-Fly lists to ‘kill lists’ for drone warfare. Who decides who gets to be listed as a threat? What are the consequences for individuals and organizations? And do these kinds of lists real…
 
If you’ve ever put off an important task, like doing your taxes, by cleaning your kitchen - that’s procrastination. You know it’s a bad idea to delay, yet you do it anyway. Why do we engage in behavior that has such obvious negative consequences? And what can we do about it? Listen to a conversation with Professor Joel Anderson, philosopher at Utre…
 
Door de inflatie en stijgende gasprijzen raken steeds meer Nederlanders in financiële nood. Naar schatting zijn er in Nederland 1,4 miljoen mensen die hun huur, hypotheek of energierekening niet kunnen betalen. Wat doet dit met mensen? Waarom is het zo lastig om uit de schulden te komen?   Luister naar een gesprek met prof. Nadja Jungmann, lector S…
 
Van ‘parttime prinsesjes’ tot ‘deeltijd-diva’s’. Er zijn talloze termen voor de parttime werkende vrouw. Een oer-Hollands fenomeen dat je in onze buurlanden veel minder ziet. Waarom loopt de arbeidsparticipatie van Nederlandse vrouwen achter? Hoe komt het dat vrouwen die best fulltime willen werken, toch deeltijd aan de slag gaan?   Luister naar ee…
 
In this week’s episode, Dolliole shares his thoughts on how the airport weathered the pandemic — and a very chaotic summer — and looks ahead to exciting new additions. Along with added flight options, travelers will be seeing a new offering at the airport that Dolliole said was the result of an unexpected consumer behavior change during the pandemi…
 
Een jongen die geslaagd is voor de havo ontvangt 120 euro via de post. Die stort hij op z’n rekening. Maar dat had hij beter niet kunnen doen. Het bedrag wordt teruggevorderd op de bijstand van z’n ouders. Met een boete erbovenop. Het is een van de vele schrijnende voorbeelden die dr. Thomas Kampen, socioloog aan de Universiteit voor Humanistiek, t…
 
In a highly controversial ruling earlier this year, the U.S. Supreme Court ended the constitutional right to abortion. It shows that we shouldn’t take reproductive rights – fought for by generations of women activists – for granted. Why do women’s bodies continue to be a political battleground?   Listen to a conversation with Dr Lily Frank, philoso…
 
This week, Dan Davis — the sommelier, better known as the “Wine Guy,” at Commander’s Palace — is talking wine. Davis shares how the restaurant used wine to bring in extra revenue, and sanity, during the pandemic, plus he talks details of a must-attend event for any wine lover this month, and offers some fun insight into the world of wine, including…
 
De sporen van het Nederlandse slavernijverleden zijn nog steeds aanwezig. Het zit in familieverhalen, er zijn herkdenkingen, beelden en monumenten. Hoe erken, verwerk en herstel je historisch onrecht en trauma? Van excuses tot herstelbetalingen, en van kennisverspreiding tot échte sociale gelijkwaardigheid: hoe maken we van het slavernijverleden ee…
 
This week’s episode features Greg Feirn, CEO of LCMC Health, and Michael Fitts, president of Tulane University. Last week, the two leaders announced that LCMC intends to acquire three Tulane-affiliated hospitals from HCA Healthcare in a $150 million deal. If approved by regulators, the move will expand the partnership between Tulane and LCMC and ch…
 
This month, Loyola University New Orleans is celebrating the debut of a $1.9 million dollar experiential learning space that allows nursing students to practice many medical procedures — from drawing blood to delivering a baby — using robotic mannequins and other high-tech devices. In this episode, Collins talks about the new lab, the nationwide nu…
 
Entrepreneurs on the Northshore no longer have to cross the lake to receive business development support from The Idea Village thanks to the August launch of IDEAinstitute Northshore. Jon Atkinson, CEO of The Idea Village, joins Chris Masingill, CEO of St. Tammany Corporation, and Vincenzo Caronna, entrepreneur in residence and program manager of I…
 
Wy sint weader en paar jår wyder en wyser. Eyn ding wat de Nysassiske Skryvwyse düdelik maket is dat ne ård standaard ne flinke brügge slån kan tüsken verskillende lüde. Wy hebbet al heyl wat versöken had üm meyr to leyren oaver en in disse nye skryvwyse. Dan is et ouk logisk üm oaver nen vervolgtrad nå to denken: standaardisering. Dår wåget sik de…
 
Vrijwel alle klimaatwetenschappers zijn het erover eens dat klimaatverandering door de mens wordt veroorzaakt. Toch wordt die kennis nog steeds in twijfel getrokken. Waar komt deze tegenstand vandaan? Wie zijn deze mensen en wat voedt hun wantrouwen? En hoeveel invloed hebben zij daadwerkelijk op het klimaatdebat? Interdisciplinair socioloog dr. Ja…
 
This week's guest is Natalie Jayroe, president and CEO of the Second Harvest Food Bank, which provides food access, advocacy, education and disaster response to more than 700 community partners and programs across 23 parishes. The nonprofit is about to unveil a $15 million renovation of its Elmwood headquarters after navigating the twin challenges …
 
As the president and CEO of Greater New Orleans, Inc. — the 10-parish region’s economic development organization — Michael Hecht is a multitasking master. This week, he catches us up on the latest developments in the organization’s work to make the region safer, more affordable, more prosperous and attractive to business.…
 
Een nieuwe portie amBEATie op je koptelefoon. We praten over alles waar we momenteel mee bezig zijn, en beantwoorden waar we staan met onze plannen voor 2023 Volg BEAT Cycling Site: www.beatcycling.cc Instagram BEAT Cycling: instagram.com/beatcycling/ Instagram BEAT eRacing team: instagram.com/beateracing/ Instagram BEAT Granfondo Team: instagram.c…
 
We zitten vast. De temperatuur op aarde stijgt, de grond raakt uitgeput en we blijven op volle kracht fossiele brandstoffen gebruiken. Als we in dezelfde patronen blijven denken die ons tot nu toe weinig hebben geholpen, dan komen we er niet, betoogt planoloog en politicoloog prof. dr. Maarten Hajer (UU). Wat is nodig voor een écht groene toekomst?…
 
This week’s guests are Ochsner Health CEO Warner Thomas and Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer Pete November. Thomas announced Sept. 13 that he’s leaving his post at Louisiana’s largest private employer after 24 years to take the top job at Sutter Health, a Sacramento, Ca.-based nonprofit healthcare network. November will take ove…
 
This week’s episode features Tulane business professor Peter Ricchiuti, who is the founder of Burkenroad Reports and host of the weekly show "Out to Lunch" on National Public Radio. A renowned investment expert and educator, Ricchiuti said there are plenty of reasons to feel good about economic prospects nationwide and in New Orleans.…
 
In societies gripped by fear, people look for security. After the 9/11 attacks, national intelligence and security services received extended powers to fight terrorism. At the same time, the private security industry grew exponentially. How did 9/11 change the way societies deal with the threat of violence? Did the world become a safer place? With …
 
On July 11, Dr. Avis Williams became the first woman in the 181-year history of NOLA Public Schools to serve as its permanent superintendent. In this week’s podcast, she shares her vision for the future, including a few things she did as superintendent in Selma, Alabama, that she feels may work to strengthen schools in New Orleans.…
 
This week’s episode features Guy Williams, CEO at Gulf Coast Bank and co-founder the Pontchartrain Beach Foundation, a nonprofit hoping to restore and re-open the storied beach at the lake end of Elysian Fields Avenue. Last month, the Lakefront Management Authority, which oversees the property, unanimously voted to negotiate a lease with the founda…
 
Volgens de Nationaal Coördinator Terrorismebestrijding en Veiligheid dragen de coronamaatregelen bij aan de ontwikkeling van radicaal gedachtegoed. Een aanzienlijke groep mensen wantrouwt de overheid en trekt wetenschappelijke kennis in twijfel. Wie zijn ze? En vormen ze inderdaad een gevaar voor de nationale veiligheid? Luister naar het verhaal va…
 
Companies from BP to Kentucky Fried Chicken are now using virtual reality technology to train their employees as the use of VR and AR continues a rapid expansion outside of the gaming world. This week we talk to Dan Clifton, founder and creative director of Top Right Corner, a company here in New Orleans that specializes in helping businesses take …
 
This week’s episode features Calvin Cooper, co-founder and CEO of Rhove, an SEC-qualified app that allows anyone to invest in commercial real estate for as little as $1 per share. Cooper said his mission is to expand access and opportunity for everyone to invest in and own their communities. A partnership with two local housing nonprofits is introd…
 
The several hundred thousand years that humans have walked this planet, are nothing compared to Mother Earth’s billions of birthdays. Keeping this in mind, geologist Dr João Trabucho Alexandre (UU) dares us to take on a humble view. How has non-human history shaped the world as we know it today? Can thinking about ‘deep time’ help us envision a far…
 
Vaccines, gun control, climate change, abortion rights, elections — our world is packed right now with issues that can incite strong, passionate opinions that can cause friction in the workplace. But human resources specialist Amy Bakay says the worst thing employers can do is say nothing at all. Instead, she offers advice on how to flip this chall…
 
Aulston Taylor left his lucrative corporate job in New York City to take charge at St. Augustine High School, the venerable Catholic high school in New Orleans that celebrated its 70th anniversary in 2021. Taylor isn’t just the school’s president; he’s also a graduate, and he credits his alma mater with giving him the tools and discipline needed to…
 
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