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Everyone remembers the curtain call, but what goes on during the build-up towards that penultimate moment? What ensues when you get a celebrated author to open up for a heart-to-heart? The Teamwork Arts podcast promises to offer a slew of cross-genre conversations that go beyond the labels one tends to attach to creative endeavors. This is an ideal show for when you want to sit in on captivating, enthralling, and sometimes downright hilarious conversations with professionals from all across ...
 
The Remarkable Leadership Podcast with Kevin Eikenberry is dedicated to all things leadership. Each week Kevin shares his thoughts about leadership development and ideas to help you see the world differently, lead more confidently and make a bigger difference for those you lead. He also has weekly conversations with leadership experts discussing a wide range of topics including teamwork, organizational culture, facilitating change, personal and organizational development, human potential and ...
 
The Crazy One helps you find new insights and breakthroughs in your career, creativity, and leadership. In every episode, Stephen Gates gives you honest and actionable insights taken from his experience leading global in-house and agency creative teams, building multiple Fortune 100 brands, and working as InVision’s Chief Design Evangelist coaching and working with companies ranging from small start-ups to some of the world's biggest and innovative companies. Recognized with 2020 Webby Award ...
 
Project Batman is a podcast by Kenn Edwards, Vincent Ottobre, Sean Dillon, and others documenting the development of the upcoming feature-length fan-film "Batman: Immortal", set in the same continuity as Batman: The Animated Series. As of 2020, the Project has turned into an audio drama. Email: weareprojectbatman@gmail.com
 
You might have heard that there is a real leadership talent shortage - but what if you were just looking in the wrong place? What if there was a whole generation of leaders ready to step up and lead in business like no one else before them? The X-Gen are here, ready to step up, take control and lead with impact as LeaderX. The LeaderX generation was brought up in such specific social and economic circumstances that it makes them perfect to become a great leader...the problem is, you might no ...
 
Welcome to Danger Team GO! A New Zealand Dungeons and Dragons Podcast about DANGER... TEAMWORK... and GOING! - The Danger Team are... Tom Wardle, Paul Harrop, Adam Willis and James Kupa - Theme Music by Kristie Addison/Adam Willis - Editing by Adam Willis - Art by Hamish Woodman
 
What is a Psychologically Informed Environment (PIE)? And what does it look like across the worlds of sport, business, the military, education, the performing arts and many other performance fields? With 15 years working in marketing strategy for blue chip companies and 6 years training towards Sports and Performance Psychology chartership, I am seeking to find what each domain can learn from the other. To do so, I'm speaking to high performance experts, psychologists and those at the forefr ...
 
Welcome to Professional Christian Coaching Today with Chris McCluskey and Kim Avery, a weekly podcast dedicated to informing, inspiring, and equipping Christians in the art and science of professional-grade Christian coaching. Along with cutting-edge content, you'll hear great interviews with guests such as Dan Miller, Michael Hyatt, Dr. Gary Collins, Kary Oberbrunner, Dr. Marilee Adams, Dr. Richard Swenson, C.J. Hayden and more. Our goal is to raise the standard in coaching and change the w ...
 
The Modern Waiter Restaurant Podcast fun discussions and interviews relating to the service industry that are relevant to both restaurant workers and guests. Have you ever wondered what your waiter or waitress is thinking? Have you ever wondered how a restaurant works behind the scenes? Perhaps you worked in the service industry and laughed while discovering that all restaurant employees are the same. We have all dined at restaurants many times. The Modern Waiter Podcast helps restaurant pat ...
 
Ever wish you had someone to help you with the mental aspects of dance? That's exactly what you get when you tune in to the Passion for Dance podcast... a sport psychology expert who understands the dance industry. Welcome to a Passion for Dance Podcast where your host Dr. Chelsea will bring the science of sport psychology into the dance studio. Each week you will hear tips and strategies around topics like confidence, growth mindset, resilience, motivation, and happiness… all the tools the ...
 
RD Burman... there's always a bit of Panchamness, woven deeply with our moments and memories. Why are his creations far outliving his physical mortality? While researching on this, we realised its not enough to listen to his music. To execute his traits in whatever we do is truly, the best form of paying homage to this genius. His traits like, how he identified his core strength early and built his foundation, how he was the epitome of creativity and innovation with fearless experimentation, ...
 
Theo Fleury welcomes you to journey with him on his podcast. Theo sets out with the purpose of getting different perspectives, from different people, from all walks of life. Theo has discussions and conversations on a variety of different topics including mental health & wellness, sports, art, music and politics. Theo always strives to make meaningful connections and have impactful conversations with his guests.
 
Do you help a young musician in your life practice? Are you a teacher that works with young musicians? Hosted by Christine Goodner, an experienced violin and early childhood music teacher. and author of Beyond the Music Lesson & Positive Practice, resources all about how to help families make music practice at home more effective with less conflict. TIME TO PRACTICE will bring you weekly conversations with performers, teachers, and students that will help, encourage and support you as you su ...
 
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The Casino Food Co-op (The Co-op) is Australia’s largest meat processing Co-operative, proudly 100% farmer owned. This podcasts looks at the intricacies of the business its people its community and aims to educate its member and employees about all things that affect their businesses and lives. Since 1933, the Co-op has established itself as an industry leader in meat processing, providing a unique opportunity to process livestock in world class processing facilities. The Co-op is focused on ...
 
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Lift Off is the ultimate game - a game of strength, speed, strategy, and teamwork! After several intense competitions, a seventh grader, Kyle, earns a position on the Guardian’s Lift Off team. Now Kyle and five other students will go head to head with six members of their rival school, the Protector Academy. Sometimes they will be able to use their supernatural powers. For other contests, they must relay on their non-Enhanced physical and mental skills. It all takes place with the idyllic ba ...
 
88.1 The 'Burg KCWU-FM broadcasts live from the heart of Washington state, housed on the beautiful Central Washington University campus. Tune in to hear today's top hits, as well as the best indie music from today and yesteryear! STREAMING LIVE WORLDWIDE @ www.881theburg.com KCWU is as an out-of-classroom learning laboratory utilizing a real-world broadcast environment to foster lifelong communication, public speaking, workplace accountability, teamwork, and leadership skills important for s ...
 
Welcome to the Women Leaders podcast, a podcast series by Nova, that uncovers inspiring leadership stories from the women of the Nova network who are driving organizations, people, or simply themselves. From the way they found their career path to their ups and downs, and their definition of success. These are their stories and advice. Seat tight, and let’s get inspired.
 
The RapidStart Leadership Podcast brings you short, interesting stories, revealing research, and practical tools to help make you a more effective leader. Whether you are a new leader, a seasoned manager, or mentoring someone else who is learning to lead, these podcasts will arm you with actionable takeaways you can apply, whatever the leadership situation you find yourself in. Host Ken Downer is the founder of RapidStartLeadership.com where his blog posts, videos, podcasts, and online cours ...
 
Dateline: Sydney. Thursday April 01, 2010 For many people, it is the day before a 4 day long weekend because of Easter. However, for a group of Sydney women doing extraordinary jobs, it is a regular day. A Moment In Time follows these women as they go about their work in traditional male roles. The women are all aiming to do the best that they can to get through each day regardless of what Sydney throws at them. Their aim is to be able to go home at the end of their shift, alive. Most people ...
 
The Upside Down Perspective is a bracing, fresh viewpoint podcast that dives into the lessons learned throughout life and the art of putting one's self into the shoes of others. The host examines works from different perspectives while sharing all the lessons he has learned throughout his own life, both successes and failures. Upside Down Perspective was created with the humble objective to create a positive change for at least one person. Every positive impact thereafter is a joyful, fulfil ...
 
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Alex Lee sees purpose as, “The ‘why’s’ and the drive behind everything you do.” It takes some courage to follow your passion and find your purpose. Are you leading a purpose-driven life? Alex Lee is currently the CEO of The Glen, a residential Aboriginal Therapeutic Community for men and women experiencing alcohol and drug dependence. Located on th…
 
The first of a 3 part series where we will look at the steps you can take to help your team and company understand the value of design. In this episode, we will talk about how people can see design as a claim of ownership instead of a process, how we separate creativity from execution as the basis of knowing how to show the value of design, and how…
 
If you are a dance educator long enough, you will go through some big life changes that will impact your career and your dancers. When you have something big happening in your life like a wedding, a medical issue, the birth of a child, or moving, it usually causes a lot of stress and can be hard to navigate as a leader. When I think about my own bi…
 
What’s in your apron? Veteran Server Robert (Cooper) Washek joins the show to share what he keeps in his apron. The common thread that ties all restaurants is the apron. Danny shares his apron secret and later on in the show we reveal what we do about separate checks and what can be done to stop guests from stealing our pens. Watch us on YouTube ht…
 
She’s the first woman—and the first woman of color—ever to serve as Chicago Sun-Times executive editor. She’s facing challenges like none before her, as the paper comes under the control of an organization primarily in the radio business. In another edition of the Chicago Public Square / Rivet360 podcast, Chicago Media Talks, meet Jennifer Kho, who…
 
Their groundbreaking alliance netted them and their news organizations a 2022 Pulitzer Prize for Local Reporting. But that doesn’t mean they always worked together seamlessly. In this edition of the Chicago Public Square / Rivet360 podcast, Chicago Media Talks, meet Madison Hopkins and Cecilia Reyes, praised by Pulitzer judges for “a piercing exami…
 
We may be more connected than ever before; yet studies show we are also lonelier. Further, research indicates that for the first time, the emerging generation (Gen Z) is feeling more isolated and lonelier than the elderly population, and this was pre-Covid. Ryan Jenkins and Steven Van Cohen share with Kevin that we underestimate how much we need co…
 
A great marriage involves teamwork, and a great marriage coach helps couples become a winning team. Tune in today to learn how to work with couples on assessing their current relationship, identifying and acquiring important communication skills, and creating a compelling vision for the road ahead. Learn more about the Pre-Marital and Marriage Coac…
 
Are you an assistant coach? Do you have an assistant in your program? Maybe you’re in the school setting and lucky enough to be an assistant coach. Or maybe you’re a head coach doing everything alone and wishing for some help! While this typically applies to a school or all-star setting with head and assistant coaches, it can also apply to studio t…
 
Being the top dog isn’t easy. In fact, 30% of Fortune 500 CEOs last fewer than three years. What does it take to get to the top and excel? Vikram Malhotra of McKinsey & Company joins Kevin to discuss the research findings on how the top CEOs do their job. Conversations with the best of the best revealed six similar mindsets across the board. Key Po…
 
In this week’s restaurant podcast we continue with part 8 of our restaurant movie series. This time it is Bradley Cooper’s 2015 Burnt. Do watch the movie prior to listening to the podcast or expect heavy spoilers. This restaurant movie focuses on the back of the house with the chef centric pursuit of perfection. Watch us on YouTube https://www.yout…
 
Micromanagement. Leaders tell me all the time that they’re not doing it, but if I talk to their teams, I often hear something different. And here’s the thing, the other person decides if you’re micromanaging. It’s wonderful to think if you’re not. But the reality is, if the other person, the person you’re leading or managing thinks you are, then yo…
 
Welcome to The Interlude We Became, Episode 5, where we will be discussing chapters eleven through thirteen of N. K. Jemisin's The City We Became. As usual, we'll be chatting about geeky stuff throughout. We're still taking care to discuss themes rather than doing a blow-by-blow, and we hope you like that style as much as we do! Wanna chat with us?…
 
Internal coaching is growing, and it’s helping companies and ministries build strong leaders and loyal employees. Research shows that coaching increases workplace engagement, improves performance, retains talent, and so much more. In today’s episode, Emily Eichstadt, PCC shares how she became an internal coach and some key things she’s learned. Tun…
 
Have you received feedback from a leader that was vague, wishy-washy, or perhaps really harsh? Were you upset, confused, or hurt by what they told you? There are good and bad ways to deliver feedback to team members or employees. My guest today is Leisa Molloy, a workplace psychologist, consultant, coach, and founder of Flourishing Minds Consulting…
 
Last summer, I hosted an online conference called the Confident Dancer Summit, where 20 different dance educators came together to teach a short course on different aspects of confidence. It was a great weekend and I decided to share one of those inspiring conversations with you today. One of the summit speakers was Mary Wendt, an incredible woman …
 
This week’s restaurant podcast, “Teamwork Makes the Dream Work”. We travel to Vegas and once again Jay Salonga joins the show. Papa’s got a brand new bag since he was last on the show. His high end sushi restaurant runs on a house pool so teamwork is everything. Find out how Danny and I survived our Vegas shenanigans to have this round table discus…
 
Jean Oelwang spent years working with some of the most successful partnerships. Their technical skills or expertise were not their most important trait. She tells Kevin they all had the superpower to forge deep connections, to truly partner to make themselves better. Her research found six degrees of connection common to the most significant partne…
 
Jamie Kalven—journalist, human rights activist and founder of one of Chicago’s newest Pulitzer Prize winners, the Invisible Institute—says he has “deep sympathy for those who wagered their lives and their careers on the stability of legacy media,” but he says “some of the new forms that are evolving … may actually ultimately produce a healthier die…
 
Columnist Eric Zorn started at the Tribune in 1980; cultural critic Steve Johnson started six years later. Now, they’re among the more than three dozen editorial staffers who’ve left—taking buyouts offered under the Trib’s new ownership. They join hosts Sheila Solomon and Charlie Meyerson for another edition of the Chicago Public Square / Rivet360 …
 
You could trace the evolution of the news business through Jim DeRogatis’ career arc over the last 35 years—as he’s moved from print to broadcast to online and podcasting, and from employer-supported to audience-funded journalism. And along the way, he broke one of the biggest stories in music history. He joins hosts Sheila Solomon and Charlie Meye…
 
When a billionaire yanked the plug on a pioneering Chicago digital news site, putting a large team of local reporters out of work, some of them banded together to start another digital news site—for themselves, and for the people of the city. Block Club Chicago editor-in-chief Shamus Toomey joins hosts Sheila Solomon and Charlie Meyerson for anothe…
 
Odds are good you didn’t know their names a decade ago, when one of them was just breaking into Chicago radio news and another was barely removed from an internship at Chicago’s public TV station. And now they’re two of the city’s most influential journalists. In another edition of the Chicago Public Square / Rivet360 podcast, Chicago Media Talks, …
 
Imagine how excited your clients would be if you helped them add an extra eight hours of productivity to each month. What if your clients also experienced a greater quality of life and exponentially improved their employee’s engagement? These are the kinds of proven results people get when they know and use their strengths. Join us today to learn: …
 
While trying to get promoted or deciding if you should quit your job are at very different stages in your career journey, they share the need for clarity, action, and a way to understand the way forward. They also share that you might be the problem, and you have a blindspot to that fact. In this episode, we will go over a simple process you can us…
 
This week’s restaurant podcast, “What Happens in Vegas”. Straight out of Vegas and feeling not so fresh, Danny and I talk about our trip through the eyes of service. From ride share, airport, hotel, and restaurants; what was the good, the bad, and the ugly? See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art…
 
Last summer, I hosted an online conference called the Confident Dancer Summit, where 20 different dance educators came together to teach a short course on different aspects of confidence. It was a great weekend and I decided to share one of those inspiring conversations with you today. This summit class brought together many successful coaches and …
 
Communication. So important in our lives, both professionally and personally. So complex, not only with all the platforms on which communication is possible but even more so as we are doing more “remote” communication. Katie McCleary shares with Kevin that we need to show up with the intent to listen. We need to move past asking “why are you doing …
 
Welcome to The Interlude We Became, Episode 4, where we will be discussing chapters nine and ten of N. K. Jemisin's The City We Became. As usual, we'll be chatting about geeky stuff throughout. We're still taking care to discuss themes rather than doing a blow-by-blow, and we hope you like that style as much as we do!Wanna chat with us? Check out o…
 
If you’re getting tired of always looking for your next client, you’ll be delighted to learn that your best new client is the one you already have. In today’s episode, you’ll hear five key reasons why the fastest, easiest, and most profitable way to grow your coaching practice is through repeat business. Tune in to learn why returning clients: Spen…
 
There is a very simple, easy way to differentiate yourself in this highly competitive world, whatever industry you work in: incorporate strict ethical standards into every aspect of your business (and personal) relationships. Are you trustworthy, loyal, and fair? Do you reveal conflicts of interest? Do independent research? Do you continually learn…
 
The past six months have been a fascinating exploration into a new perspective on Design Thinking. I never thought I get it from the US Army as I learned about how they teach and use the Army Design Methodology. In this episode, we will go over the basics of the US Army Design Methodology, look at how it is different and I would even say better tha…
 
On National Fried Chicken Day, July 6th, we ponder one of the most popular of bar food. There are so many variations on this comfort food. You will never guess where fried chicken actually came from. Watch us on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC29jIbBYXKxWMJBDFklmwHQ Follow us on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/themodernwaiterpodcast/.…
 
Do you have a teaching or coaching philosophy? Personally, it took me years to come up with my own personal teaching philosophy that was really specific to me and not just words you say on a job application. It took years of experience, challenges, successes, and choices. After all of that time, my personal coaching philosophy is simple but powerfu…
 
Do you feel overwhelmed, stressed, or anxious? It’s no wonder since we have 50,000+ thoughts each day, many of which are repetitive and not helpful. That’s a lot of mind power to use with minimal results. Jody Michael tells Kevin that the average leader spends 80% of their time in a negative emotional state. This minimizes decision-making abilities…
 
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