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Leadership Lessons From The Great Books

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Because understanding great literature is better than trying to read and understand (yet) another business book, Leadership Lessons From The Great Books leverages insights from the GREAT BOOKS of the Western canon to explain, dissect, and analyze leadership best practices for the post-modern leader.
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This is the REX Podcast feed - your one-stop-shop for all things Rural. REX is the best of rural radio hosted by Dominic George. Dedicated to the backbone of NZ, join us as we discuss rural challenges and issues, find stories that inspire and empower, and celebrate key players in the sector across Aotearoa. For more rural news and updates, head to www.rexonline.co.nz.
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Welcome to DataFramed, a weekly podcast exploring how artificial intelligence and data are changing the world around us. On this show, we invite data & AI leaders at the forefront of the data revolution to share their insights and experiences into how they lead the charge in this era of AI. Whether you're a beginner looking to gain insights into a career in data & AI, a practitioner needing to stay up-to-date on the latest tools and trends, or a leader looking to transform how your organizat ...
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Welcome to Within the Gray. Tune in for your weekly dose of millennial humor, authentic conversations on motherhood, and our hot takes on good old everyday life. We’ll navigate the intricacies of modern relationships, approachable health and wellness, and throw in some relatable commentary on the state of our society. We may not have everything figured out, but together we work through the gray with grace. Send in topic/interview requests to hello@withinthegraypodcast.com
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Welcome to "The Yoga Therapy Hour Podcast," a harmonious blend of ancient wisdom and modern science, brought to life by Amy's expertise in psychology and public health. With over 100,000 downloads, this podcast delves deep into the principles of yoga therapy, offering expert interviews, practical solutions, and profound insights into real-life challenges. From its inception, the first four seasons have been instrumental in elevating the domain of yoga therapy, emphasizing the pivotal role of ...
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Machines in Between

John and Libby Modern

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MACHINES IN BETWEEN is a variety show of sound, story, and spectacle inviting you to reimagine what you love when you love your machine. Featuring an eclectic and world-renowned cast of over 100 scholars, musicians, filmmakers, and artists, hosts John and Libby Modern guide the listener through a scintillating sonic landscape—an accumulation of bent stories, surprising cultural analysis, historical reflection, lush soundscapes, and beats sampled from obscure religious records. And along the ...
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The podcast that gives you the behind-the-scenes of why podcasters podcast and what you need to do to get yourself involved in podcasting as a host of a guest. This is a serial podcast so make sure to subscribe so you don't miss out on the new series.
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Behind the men and women who serve our country and go on to become veterans are the family members who stay up nights praying, fill out mountains of endless paperwork, scour the internet researching experimental services and patiently love them back together again. If that’s you, we want to say welcome! We spotlight nonprofit organizations that provide guidance and resources, features veteran, spouse and caregivers’ stories using powerful storytelling, empower and educate veterans and caregi ...
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The Riveters Podcast

Sally Smith and Buffy Wicks

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Sally Smith and Buffy Wicks bring you The Riveters. Not just a podcast, but an unfiltered ode to the modern woman. It's time to get real - together - about the good, bad and hilarious that is #ladylife in 2017. Join us every Thursday to get honest answers and practical advice from those who’ve already been there, done that. We promise insider access to some of the most boss women on the planet who have kicked open the doors of opportunity and taken life by the horns, paving the way in career ...
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In this podcast episode, Cassidy Johnston with humour and high energy shares her deep passion for ranching. Transitioning from suburban life to the world of ranching and agriculture, delving into the challenges and rewards of introducing innovation to a traditionally conservative industry. Johnston highlights the importance of authenticity, bridgin…
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On today's podcast, Dom talks to Climate Change Minister Simon Watts about the government's methane review... He talks to Pouarua Farms CEO Jenna Smith about overcoming a quadbike accident to now having an extensive agricultureal governance portfolio... And he talks to Shayne Walker from Damson Plum Gin about this season's plum harvest, the ongoing…
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Leadership Lessons From The Great Books #102 - Power of the Powerless by Vaclav Havel w/Libby Unger --- --- Opening and closing themes composed by Brian Sanyshyn of Brian Sanyshyn Music. --- Pick up your copy of 12 Rules for Leaders: The Foundation of Intentional Leadership NOW on AMAZON! Check out the Leadership Lessons From the Great Books podcas…
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Generative AI has had a wide range of uses, but some of its strongest use cases are in coding and programming. One of the companies that has been leading the way in AI-assisted programming has been GitHub with GitHub CoPilot. Many software engineering teams now have tools like CoPilot embedded into their workflows, but what does this mean for the f…
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On today's podcast, Dom talks to ag entrepreneur, mentor and director Scottie Chapman about his career to date and where he sees the future of NZ food production... He talks with Michael Cusack from Grove Avocado Oil about the benefits of avocado oil, in light of the current olive oil shortage... And he catches up with the former CEO of Silver Fern…
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On today's podcast, Dom talks to food science and marketing researcher Katie Henderson about genetic modification of food, her PhD looking at agri-food innovation and her appearance on a recent woolshed panel discussion... He talks to Craig 'Wiggy' Wiggins about some upcoming off-farm events... And he catches up with REX social media manager Libby …
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REX is the best of rural radio hosted by agricultural journalist, Dominic George. Dedicated to the backbone of NZ, join us as we discuss rural challenges and issues, find stories that inspire and empower, and celebrate key players in the sector across Aotearoa. REX focuses inside and outside the farm gate, featuring rural news, detailed weather rep…
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Leaders better get their worldviews straight in a post-Christian nation. --- Pick up your copy of 12 Rules for Leaders: The Foundation of Intentional Leadership NOW on AMAZON! Check out the 2022 Leadership Lessons From the Great Books podcast reading list! --- Subscribe to the Leadership Lessons From The Great Books Podcast: https://bit.ly/LLFTGBSu…
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In this insightful podcast episode, the importance of weekly content is revisited, emphasising the need to stay updated and adaptable in the face of evolving trends. The discussion centres on the dynamic nature of content creation and its pivotal role in business success. The episode delves into the significance of consistency in producing weekly c…
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On today's podcast, Dom talks to WeatherWatch CEO Phil Duncan to get the real story behind the alarming headlines of an imminent deluge for the country... He talks to Century Farms NZ trustee Roger Cotton about the history of the awards, this year's event, Lawrence history and the state of the national game... And he catches up with the winner of t…
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Since the launch of ChatGPT, one of the trending terms outside of ChatGPT itself has been prompt engineering. This act of carefully crafting your instructions is treated as alchemy by some and science by others. So what makes an effective prompt? Alex Banks has been building and scaling AI products since 2021. He writes Sunday Signal, a newsletter …
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On today's podcast, Dom talks to Irrigation NZ CEO Vanessa Winning about how the change in government is impacting the ag sector... He talks with the winner of the Waikato/BOP Young Farmer of the Year regional final, Dennis Main... He catches up with the CEO and founder of Agritourism NZ Marijke Dunselman about her recent visit to three large stati…
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In this enlightening episode, we delve into the world of yoga therapy with Kelly Froio, the IAYT Membership Coordinator, and Marita Greenridge, the IAYT Marketing and Communications Director. Our guests shed light on the International Association of Yoga Therapists' (IAYT) dual online platforms aimed at both members and the public, highlighting the…
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Driving impact with analytics goes beyond numbers and graphs; it's about telling a story that resonates. In this session, Brent Dykes, author of "Effective Data Storytelling" & the Founder & Chief Data Storyteller at AnalyticsHero, Lea Pica, author of "Present Beyond Measure" & the Founder at Story-driven by Data, and Andy Cotgreave, co-author of "…
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In this podcast episode, Claire Taylor discusses her transformation from politics to agricultural journalism and her self-funded journey exploring global farming narratives. She emphasises the power of authentic storytelling, the importance of celebrating agricultural innovators, and the need to build supportive communities that transcend 'tall pop…
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On today's podcast, Dom talks to the first survivor of the Wahine disaster to write a book about it. Peter Jerram was on the ship with his Lincoln College cricket team when it struck Barrett Reef, claiming 53 lives... He also talks to the Waikato Share Farmer of the Year, Logan Dawson, about mistakes he made in his youth, raising five children and …
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You've just invested in licenses for your favorite analytics tool, but now what? In this session, Laura Gent Felker, GTM Analytics Lead at MongoDB, Tiffany Perkins-Munn, Managing Director & Head of Data & Analytics at JPMC and Omar Khawaja, CDAO & Global Head Data & Analytics at Givaudan will explore best practices when it comes to scaling analytic…
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On today's podcast, Dom talks with the founder of Game Gear, Joel Dickson, about apparel and equipment for hunters and farmers... He talks with dairy farmer, hunter and equestrian rider Claudia Odlin about her recent trip to Germany and her journey from townie to country girl... And he talks with Matt Holden about the upcoming #MATESofMATESforMATES…
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Leadership Lessons From The Great Books #101 - City of God by Augustine of Hippo (Books Four and Five) --- 01:00 Welcome and Introduction - City of God by Augustine of Hippo - Books Four and Five. 04:12 There are Many False Gods Worshipped in this World. 09:36 St. Augustine of Hippo versus The Roman World: A Study in Theology. 12:27 Pushing the Ant…
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Driving trust with data is essential to succeeding with analytics. However, time and time again, data quality remains an issue for most organizations today. In this session, Esther Munyi, Chief Data Officer at Sasfin, Amy Grace, Director, Military Engines Digital Strategy at Pratt & Whitney, Stefaan Verhulst, Chief Research & Development Officer, D…
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On today's podcast, Dom talks to Stu Davison from HighGround Dairy about the latest GDT result (+2.8%), he chats with scotch whisky industry expert Gareth Morgan about his new role as Distillery Manager for Reefton Distilling Co., he speaks with Silver Fern Farms CEO Dan Boulton about its full year result, and he catches up with REX social media gu…
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Bring back the unlikeable leaders. --- Pick up your copy of 12 Rules for Leaders: The Foundation of Intentional Leadership NOW on AMAZON! Check out the 2022 Leadership Lessons From the Great Books podcast reading list! --- Subscribe to the Leadership Lessons From The Great Books Podcast: https://bit.ly/LLFTGBSubscribe Check out HSCT Publishing at: …
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Creating a culture of continuous learning within analytics functions isn't just beneficial; it's essential. In the session, Russell Johnson, Chief Data Scientist at Marks & Spencer, Denisse Groenendaal-Lopez, Learning & Development Business Partner at Booking Group, and Mark Stern, VP of Business Intelligence & Analytics at BetMGM will address the …
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In this episode of the podcast, we delve into the transformative power of podcasting as a tool for business marketing. The insights provided here are timeless and essential for anyone considering harnessing the potential of audio content. From exploring staggering statistics about the growth of podcasting globally to dissecting the unique advantage…
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On today's podcast, Dom talks to the CEO of Moananui, Jodie Kuntzsch, about the purpose of Moananui and the potential of the New Zealand aquaculture industry, and he talks to AgResearch senior scientist Dr Carolina Realini about a new survey which reveals attitudes towards red meat from consumers interested in improving their wellbeing. Tune in dai…
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In this enlightening episode of The Yoga Therapy Hour and Beyond, host Amy delves deep into the essentials of accessible yoga with guest Jivana Heyman, author of "The Teacher's Guide to Accessible Yoga: Best Practices for Sharing Yoga with Every Body." Their conversation shines a light on the critical aspects of the teacher-student relationship, em…
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In this episode of Real Optimism, host Julia Jones talks with agricultural advocate and environmental councillor Jon Pemberton. They discuss Pemberton's work in lifting the pride in New Zealand's farming community, particularly through Ag Proud NZ, which was born from a challenging winter to support farmers. They highlight the significance of commu…
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On today's podcast, Dom talks to 'That Farming Physio', Storm Baynes-Ryan, about injury prevention for farmers and the challenging economic conditions facing the sector, and he talks to Emily Hope from Old Road Estate about her fig growing venture. Tune in daily for the latest and greatest REX rural content on your favourite streaming platform, vis…
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Leadership Lessons From The Great Books - (Bonus) - The End of the Fourth Turning is Just the Beginning w/Brian Bagley --- 00:00 Welcome and Introduction - The End of the Fourth Turning is Just the Beginning w/Brian Bagley 02:56 On Leadership Lessons From the Great Books Getting to 100 Episodes. 11:00 Brian Bagley's Exposure to William Strauss and …
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On today's podcast, Dom talks to the former GM of the Pastoral Gas Research Consortium, Mark Aspin, about what's been learned over the past twenty years, he catches up with the man behind the 'Lean On a Gate, Talk to a Mate' campaign, Craig Wiggins, and he finds out what's happening in the REX social media world with Libby Mckinnel. Tune in daily f…
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Leaders, character building starts at home. --- Pick up your copy of 12 Rules for Leaders: The Foundation of Intentional Leadership NOW on AMAZON! Check out the 2022 Leadership Lessons From the Great Books podcast reading list! --- Subscribe to the Leadership Lessons From The Great Books Podcast: https://bit.ly/LLFTGBSubscribe Check out HSCT Publis…
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Join Donna Eade and guest Libby Langley on the Mike Action Podcast for a delightful dive into the world of podcasting. From Libby's inspiring journey to the power of community in podcasting, this episode is packed with insights and anecdotes that will leave you feeling inspired and empowered. Whether you're a seasoned podcaster or a newbie with big…
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On today's podcast, Dom talks to the Chair of the High Country Accord, Kate Cocks, about the strategic plan for the government to manage pastoral leases, he talks to REX Producer Jo Grigg about the sauvignon blanc harvest, meteorites and SailGP, and he catches up with the winner of the East Coast FMG Young Farmer of the Year regional final, Archie …
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Everyone has seen the reach and impact of generative AI, and with countless use-cases across a variety of fields, the question is often not "can we do things with AI?", but rather "what should we do with AI?". What are the key areas where generative AI has had a profound impact already? Which economies, industries, and businesses have taken full ad…
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On today's podcast, Dom talks to Beef + Lamb NZ Chief Economist Andrew Burtt about its 2023-24 Mid-Season Update, he talks with Sam Higgins from MSD Animal Health about its pilot project with Agrecovery to recycle dairy collars, and he talks with Jason Butt from ECAN about his recent surveying expedition down the Clarence River to help tackle weeds…
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In this first episode of Real Optimism, Julia speaks with Central Otago sheep, beef and arable farmer Emma Crutchley. The pair discuss the importance of leadership that is based on influence and behaviour rather than titles and cover the challenges of securing funding, adapting to environmental regulations, and maintaining stakeholder relationships…
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In this compelling solo episode of The Yoga Therapy Hour, Amy Wheeler delves into the intricate relationship between the regulation of the autonomic nervous system and overall health. Amy illuminates how mastering this regulation through therapeutic yoga can profoundly impact various bodily systems—digestion, endocrine, immune, cardiovascular, and …
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There is a concept in software engineering which is called ‘shifting left’, this focuses on testing software a lot earlier in the development lifecycle than you would normally expect it to. This helps teams building the software create better rituals and processes, while also ensuring quality and usability are key aspects to evaluate as the softwar…
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On today's podcast, Dom talks to Meredith Carpenter from Ruanui Station about their lambs wool products made exclusively in New Zealand and the history of Ruanui Station, he talks with Emeritus Professor David Norton about putting together a biodiversity strategy for Upper Clutha and his decades working in ecology and conservation, and he catches u…
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On today's podcast, Dom talks to East Coast farmer Hugo Beamish about scooping a raft of environment awards and his brother Geordie's recent athletic feats, he has a chat with Scott Kunac, the owner of Dunedin Hunting & Fishing, about selling hunting gear to the rich and famous and a Roar/Duck Hunting giveaway for REX listeners, and he catches up w…
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Leadership Lessons From The Great Books - Our 100th Episode Panel Discussion - --- A Leadership Lessons From The Great Books Panel Discussion with Richard Messing, Tom Libby, and Libby Unger. --- The opening theme is composed by Brian Sanyshyn of Brian Sanyshyn Music. --- Pick up your copy of 12 Rules for Leaders: The Foundation of Intentional Lead…
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Generative AI has made a mark everywhere, including BI platforms, but how can you combine AI and BI together? What effects can this have across organizations? With constituent aspects such as data quality, your AI strategy, and the specific use-case you’re trying to solve, it’s important to get the full picture and tread with intent. What are the s…
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