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The Landscape

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The Landscape

Crain's Cleveland Business

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Crain’s Cleveland Business reporters and guests will discuss the latest trends and issues impacting business, news and politics in Northeast Ohio. Host Dan Polletta brings over 20 years of award-winning on-air experience as a broadcaster, writer and storyteller, most recently with NPR Ideastream.
 
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How Did You Get Into That? // Careers // Entrepreneurship // Small Business

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How Did You Get Into That? // Careers // Entrepreneurship // Small Business

Grant Baldwin interviews Pat Flynn, John Lee Dumas, Dan Miller, Chris Brogan, Jeff Goins, & Scott Harrison with aspirations of Tim Ferriss, Seth Godin, Gary Vaynerchuk, Richard Branson, Lewis Howes, Marc Maron, Michael Hyatt, & Dave Ramsey

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Grant Baldwin interviews people doing interesting and inspiring work to learn more about their journey. You’ll gain inspiration, tactics, strategy and hope to find and do work you love. Whether you’re an entrepreneur, small business owner, solopreneur, or employee, this is the podcast for you!
 
Can we learn to make smarter choices? Listen in as host Katy Milkman--behavioral scientist, Wharton professor, and author of How to Change--shares stories of high-stakes decisions and what research reveals they can teach us. Choiceology, an original podcast from Charles Schwab, explores the lessons of behavioral economics to help you improve your judgment and change for good. Season 1 of Choiceology was hosted by Dan Heath, bestselling author of Made to Stick and Switch. Podcasts are for inf ...
 
Welcome to Leaders Labyrinth my name is Michael Grant. Each episode is a drop in an ocean of powerful stories, shining a light on the magic in our hearts that sets the human soul on fire. We take you on a journey with resilient leaders in business, spirituality, science, artistry, athletics, philanthropy and beyond who share how they have overcame adversity only to achieve the extraordinary. My purpose for this show is to help you take the lead in your life's quest, opening your world to pos ...
 
Hello I am Floyd Miller the host of It's Everything West Texas and I mean everything. Some of our topics are going to make you laugh and some will make you cry. I guarantee you all of them will make you think.It is the Podcast that highlights people and issues in West Texas. Our stories are relevant, interesting, informative and will be presented with integrity,In other words we don't want to talk over you, we don't want to talk past you,e\we don't want to talk about you but as a neighbor we ...
 
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Reimagine Schools

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Reimagine Schools

Dr. Greg Goins - Education Podcast Network

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Hosted by Dr. Greg Goins, the Reimagine Schools Podcast features many of the nation's top educators, authors and innovators in K-12 education with an emphasis on leadership development, scaling innovation and transforming our public school system. Guest have included some of the world's most prolific thought leaders on education, including Ted Dintersmith, Ted Fujimoto, Ian Jukes, Alfie Kohn, Grant Lichtman, Marc Prensky and Dr. Tony Wagner. The Reimagine Schools Podcast is a proud member of ...
 
How do today’s masters create their art? American Masters: Creative Spark presents narrative interviews that go in-depth with an iconic artist about the creation of a single work. Each episode offers a unique window into the world of art and the creative process of artists and cultural icons across a wide range of disciplines, from music and comedy to poetry and film. Explore more at www.pbs.org/creativespark
 
Open your mind to the world with New Zealand’s number one breakfast radio show. Without question, as New Zealand’s number one talk host, Mike Hosking sets the day’s agenda. The sharpest voice and mind in the business, Mike drives strong opinion, delivers the best talent, and always leaves you wanting more. The Mike Hosking Breakfast always cuts through and delivers the best daily on Newstalk ZB.
 
The Cybersecurity Collaborative is proud to present CISO Stories. Each week CISO Stories takes a deep dive on security leadership with one of the contributors to my latest book, the best-selling CISO COMPASS: Navigating Cybersecurity Leadership Challenges with Insights from Pioneers. The Cybersecurity Collaborative is a unique membership community enabling cybersecurity leaders to work together in a trusted environment. To learn more, visit: https://www.securityweekly.com/csc.
 
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I remember the beginnings of the reality TV genre and wondering at the time whether it was entirely desirable. Back then, it was mainly cameras chasing ambulances and police cars. And I upset one TV producer when I asked if it was really in good taste to film people lying in the road after they'd just been hit by a bus. But anyway, people watched i…
 
Time to catch up with one of this country's most prolific documentary makers. Bryan Bruce has been involved with television and documentaries since the 1980s. His work has caused plenty of headlines; from a special on poverty just out from the 2011 election or examining the Bain murders. He has a new show A Question of Justice which examines four d…
 
Not a bad 100th birthday present. ASB has given Auckland's Mount Albert Grammar School, the $150 million farm it's leased from the bank for almost 90 years. Mount Albert Grammar School Headmaster Patrick Dunn told Tim Dower the 8 hectare farm is used to teach students agriculture and horticulture. He says there's no better way for young urban peopl…
 
A former reality TV participant who was paired with a man charged with domestic violence is urging people not to go on reality shows. TVNZ is still launching controversial new show FBoy Island despite having to edit out one of the contestants. He'd taken advantage of a teenager's drunkenness to get her into bed then covered her mouth and nose to ke…
 
A Government housing programme is making a difference for struggling communities. The Healthy Homes initiative provides bedding, curtains, housing relocation and heating to low-income families around the country. A three-year outcomes report has found those who have been helped are 20 percent less likely to go to hospital. Associate Minister of Hea…
 
People are prioritising some debt, over other debt, as the cost of living crisis continues to bite. New figures from credit company Centrix shows a rise in arrears. Managing Director Keith McLaughlin says households that are struggling with rising costs tend to put off small debts they can afford to defer. He told Tim Dower they focus on paying off…
 
The aged care sector is having to turn away new residents amid a 1200 nursing shortage. It means some older people are staying in hospitals or at home. Aged Care Commissioner Carolyn Cooper says immigration settings and a lack of funding for education and training are contributing to the shortage. Arvida Chief Executive Jeremy Nicoll told Tim Dower…
 
Kiwisaver investors are still feeling brave when contributing to their managed funds. The Financial Markets Authority says Kiwisaver funds have seen a 10 percent growth in the year to March. Financial author Mary Holm told Tim Dower more people are moving into the higher risk funds and out of the lower risk funds. She says the people who are braver…
 
In Episode 274 of Hidden Forces, Demetri Kofinas speaks with Chris Miller. Chris is Associate Professor of International History at the graduate school of global affairs at Tufts University. He is also the author of Chip War, which chronicles the geopolitical history of a decades-long battle to control the modern world’s most critical resource: the…
 
The last stretch of a Fiordland biking trail is in absolute limbo. The lake-to-lake trail between Te Anau and Lake Manapouri is disjointed - because the last two kilometres fall on Fiordland National park-land. The Park's Management Plan prohibits biking on any of its walking tracks and a review planned in 2017, still hasn't happened. Fiordland Tra…
 
Fewer children and teens were treated by specialist mental health services last year. Briefings to the Prime Minister show the Health Ministry flagged concerns about the ability to keep up with rising demand last September. A senior official says pressures from Covid and workforce issues has likely seen services balance taking on new referrals with…
 
The Government's copping flak over the long wait time for visitor visas at the border. Figures released to Newshub indicate that of the more than 61-thousand visitors who have applied for visas since August 1, just over 26-thousand have been approved and 515 declined. It means nearly 35-thousand tourists are waiting weeks in the queue. Tourism Expo…
 
The Opportunities Party has revealed a tax plan it hopes will boost its chances of getting into Parliament at the next election. Party leader Raf Manji, is hoping a $6.35billion tax switch-up package, and his own campaign in the Christchurch seat of Ilam, will get TOP over the line. He hopes that this, and a new strategy to run in the Christchurch …
 
Nurses employed by Te Whatu Ora Health NZ won't be picking up extra shifts this week. The Nurses Organisation made the suggestion last week, as the winter bonus payment of a hundred dollars ended. Whangarei Hospital emergency medicine specialist, Dr Gary Payinda says doctors support what nurses are going through and how hard they work. He hopes the…
 
The death toll from Hurricane Ian has risen to 54 people, including three in Cuba. The storm caused widespread destruction in parts of Florida, North and South Carolina. US Correspondent Katherine Firkin told Tim Dower the toll is likely to keep rising in the coming days, with some places still cut off from emergency services. She says they believe…
 
A tax specialist says the likely GST on contributions to the Government's proposed unemployment scheme, is just a matter of consistency. The scheme will pay New Zealanders who lose their job, 80 per cent of their former income for up to seven months. Official Information Act papers show officials recommend against allowing employees to claim a dedu…
 
On Nov. 8, Cuyahoga County voters will elect a new County Executive to replace the current officeholder, Armond Budish. Republican nominee Lee Weingart talked with The Landscape about key pieces of his agenda if elected, including cuts to wasteful spending, investments in urban communities to help create jobs, a “rollback and freeze” property tax p…
 
At the end of each week, Mike Hosking takes you through the big ticket items and lets you know what he makes of it all. The World: 4/10 "Not a great week. The war, the voting in Ukraine, the Hurricane in Florida, the gas explosions in the North Sea, the pound and the markets. It's got shambles written all over it." New Zealand: 7/10 "Could we be im…
 
We are underway at our house with NCEA. The nerves are high, and the memories have come flooding back. History is one subject being undertaken and sadly it doesn’t appear to have changed a lot since I took it for the first time in, what was then, sixth form. I had failed School Certificate Music in fifth form and needed a new subject. I liked and l…
 
Sport NZ is doing its part to promote women’s sport. They're launching their new campaign called "It's Time" - all about trying to get more engagement in the women's game - more bums on seats and more eyeballs on TV's for women's sport. Sport NZ CEO Raelene Castle joined Mike Hosking. LISTEN ABOVE See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information…
 
There are suggestions we may have been incorrectly measuring methane emissions and the effect they have on overall warming. Well known climate scientists Adrian Macey and Dave Frame have been looking at our climate change policy in relation to the rest of the world. What they've found is that by using a more accurate metric to replicate what methan…
 
We officially have a national wine centre. It was opened yesterday in Blenheim by the Government after funding for the Marlborough Research Centre was announced back in 2020. Questions have been asked as to what will this centre do and how it help our incredibly successful industry go to the next level. The boss Gerald Hope joined Mike Hosking. LIS…
 
Big questions over just how many people will be having their say in next week's local council elections. Turn-out is down in Wellington and Christchurch, and Auckland Council has received less than two thirds of the votes it had received at the same point in the last election. Local Government Minister Nanaia Mahuta hasn't received her voting paper…
 
More than 600,000 passengers are expected to go through Auckland Airport these schools holidays; it's busiest in three years. Two airline powerhouses, United Airlines and American Airlines, are also making their grand return, along with Air New Zealand's Chicago non-stop connection. More than 40,000 people are expected in-and-out of the airport dai…
 
Concerns from a former Attorney General, over the sentences being handed down in criminal cases. The Crown is now appealing teenage rapist Jayden Meyer's nine month home detention sentence, over the raping of four girls and the sexual violation of a fifth. As well, a Rotorua woman involved in a drug debt revenge kidnapping plot and brutal beating, …
 
Time to meet another rising Kiwi music star starting to make waves. Miller Yule started his music journey back in 2016 - and his debut ep Shoot Me in the Heart attracted critical acclaim and chart success. Since then - he's been working on new music, but like many artists the pandemic got in the way. But now he's back with his debut album Let it Bu…
 
Submissions continue today over the Government's plan to merge TVNZ with Radio NZ. The process, like most submission processes is a scam. It’s a nod to some sort of democracy, but in reality, the Government of the day pretend they are listening and carry on anyway. This Government is no better or worse than other governments. They all do it and the…
 
It's back after ten years. Repco Rally New Zealand is officially back today as part of the World Rally Championship after a decade away. Competing of course is Kiwi Hayden Paddon in the new Hyundai i20 N Rally2 car and Hayden joined Mike Hosking. LISTEN ABOVE See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
An Act MP has taken offence at comments made in the House by a senior Labour Minister, referring to her race. Minister for Māori Crown Relations Kelvin Davis took a swipe a Karen Chhour, during an exchange about Oranga Tamariki contracts. He accused her of not understanding the Māori world-view, and told her it was no good looking at the world thro…
 
The Chief Ombudsman has found significant gaps in our Official Information Act practices. Peter Boshier's report looks at how well a dozen core government agencies are complying with the Act. Overall, he's found the public service is increasingly transparent and open. But, he says, chief executives and other senior leaders still need to make sure t…
 
Health specialists are playing catch up when it comes to waiting lists. More than 200,000 New Zealanders were sitting on a health-related wait list at the end of July; more than the entire population size of Hamilton. They include people waiting for surgery, a first specialist assessment and other treatment. Health Minister Andrew Little told Mike …
 
Some are suggesting we may be seeing some initial signs of recovery in the small business sector. Xero's Small Business Index for August shows sales were up more than 27 percent year on year, admittedly last year in August was heavily Covid affected. But if you compare it to August 2020 growth is still up 10.4 percent, with a big increase on the Ju…
 
A Pukekohe business has spent thousands on their own crime-prevention measures, after being robbed twice in three weeks. Just five stores have seen the installation of security, like fog cannons and bollards, since the Retail Crime Prevention Scheme launched in May. Another five are waiting to be done, and 40 more have been assessed. Liquor store a…
 
I think the biggest loser out of last night's TVNZ poll is TVNZ who spent a decent chunk of money on a poll that essentially told us nothing happened. National and ACT still form a government and the current Government are out of office. It shows, I suspect, a malaise we are currently in. We're a year out from a vote, and not everyone is gripped by…
 
Hurricane Ian tore into western Cuba as a major hurricane, with nothing to stop it from intensifying into a catastrophic Category 4 storm before it crashes ashore in Florida, where officials ordered 2.5 million people to evacuate. Ian made landfall at 4.30am EDT Tuesday in Cuba's Pinar del Rio province, where officials set up 55 shelters, evacuated…
 
The Immigration Minister says the Government is responding to horticulture industry needs. The Government's increased the Regional Seasonal Employer scheme cap by 3,000 places. Employers will be able to access 19,000 workers each year from participating Pacific countries. It's also requiring employers to provide the workers with sick leave. Ministe…
 
Costco Auckland has just begun its grand opening. Hundreds of bargain-hunters in Westgate, with some flying across the country to be the among first to experience the chain's first NZ store. New Zealand Managing Director, Patrick Noone told Mike Hosking says there's potential for branches in Christchurch and Wellington down the track. “And perhaps …
 
Chris Luxon has more work to do to convince Kiwis he deserves the country's top job. The latest 1News Kantar Poll shows the National Party are in the popularity lead at 37 percent, compared to Labour on 34. But the preferred Prime Minister rankings aren't as positive for the Nats, with Luxon on 21 percent and Jacinda Ardern on 30 percent. The Natio…
 
There's a feeling of a mood shift in our country's approach to alcohol. A petition is being presented to Parliament this afternoon, backing Chlöe Swarbrick's Alcohol Harm Minimisation Bill looking to ban alcohol advertising and sponsorship in broadcast sport . More than 8,000 people have signed their name in support, from 115 organisations. Hapai T…
 
The call is out to bring passenger rail back in the south. Dunedin City Council has approved a submission to central government calling for the return of passenger rail between Christchurch, Dunedin and Invercargill. The Southerner express service ran between the three cities until 2002. Mayor Aaron Hawkins told Mike Hosking they know there's deman…
 
CISOs have a stressful job, due to the many threats, unknowns and high expectations. How does this impact mental health? Is this different from other leadership roles? Should you discuss with your company? Join Shamla who has held several Fortune 100 CISO roles, as she discusses several approaches to this real issue. Naidoo, S. 2022. The Looming CI…
 
Edge, a Northeast Ohio nonprofit that helps middle market companies grow, recently took a group of area leaders to Pittsburgh to see how the city has transformed its economy with an emphasis on becoming the "robotics capital of the world.” Edge’s Chris Keller and Grant Marquit share what participants learned on the trip and how those lessons might …
 
In this episode, Shane Safir and Dr. Jamila Dugan, co-authors of Street Data: A Next-Generation Model for Equity, Pedagogy, and School Transformation, share insight from their best-selling book that teaches schools how to eradicate the fixation on big data like standardized test scores to measure equity and learning by rebuilding the system with cl…
 
A forgotten part of the Rotorua mess are the tourism operators. They have this week, quite rightly, charged the Government with wrecking their town and its reputation. The Government will try and tell you that Rotorua and its mess is really just confined to Fenton Street. But as anyone who knows anything about brand reputation will tell you, a repu…
 
NASA is making sure we don't suffer the same fate as the dinosaurs. The organisation's DART Mission is crashing a probe into an asteroid about 12.14pm this afternoon New Zealand time The goal is to see if the probe can deflect an asteroid 11-million kilometres away to avoid any possible future impact. Canterbury University astronomer Michelle Banni…
 
Air New Zealand’s marathon direct flight to New York is struggling to take off. On Sunday, returning passengers were asked to volunteer to miss their overweight flight. While days earlier travellers narrowly avoided a stop in Fiji to refuel due to weather issues. Air NZ Chief Flight Operations and Safety officer David Morgan joined Mike Hosking. LI…
 
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