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Best Virtual Executive Director podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Virtual Executive Director podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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This podcast is part of the Chaos Group Labs. In this podcast, we talk to our friends, find out what they are doing, talk about what we are doing, and generally look at all things that interest us including CGI, VFX, Design, Rendering, Raytracing, an d any other CG Nerdy stuff.
 
This monthly podcast explores the intersection of technology and arts management through interviews, product reviews, humorous dialogue, and more! The Technology in the Arts podcast is a service of the Arts Management and Technology Lab, a research center of the Master of Arts Management program in Heinz College at Carnegie Mellon University. Executive Director of AMT Lab is Brett Ashley Crawford, Editors include Patrick Zakem, Stewart Urist, Katie Grennan and Jess Bergson.
 
The Library Leadership Podcast features real library leaders discussing the most important issues in libraries today. We hope it becomes a resource for everyone navigating the fast-paced world of information service provision. Adriane Herrick Juarez is the Executive Director of the Park City Library in Utah. She believes library leadership is an ever-evolving practice that is enhanced through thought-provoking conversations and the sharing of ideas.
 
GovCast tells the personal stories of the government and industry leaders transforming the public sector, and the bits and pieces typically not covered by federal IT publications. Put on by GovernmentCIO Media & Research, we share untold stories about how these influencers got to where they are, their passions in and outside of technology and the roadblocks they’ve conquered. 561480
 
Welcome to MakingChips - We believe that manufacturing is challenging, but if you are connected to a community of leaders, you can elevate your skills, solve your problems and grow your business. Making Chips is a weekly podcast that will EQUIP and INSPIRE MANUFACTURING LEADERS to succeed in the challenging world of manufacturing. Our mission is for the METALWORKING NATION to Think Differently About Manufacturing In Order to Elevate their Game. Your hosts, Jason Zenger & Jim Carr, own manufa ...
 
Join hosts Debbie Dujanovic, Sheryl Worsley and Becky Bruce in a virtual citizens' academy with the FBI in Salt Lake City, Utah. Learn about how agents respond to crimes and threats ranging from human sex trafficking to counterterrorism and intelligence to mass shootings and even the mafia. Take a virtual tour of the technology used by the evidence response teams that help process crime scenes and work your way through the firearms training simulator as agents explain how and why to use dead ...
 
Active Brad is an Ambassador and the former Community Manager on ActiveRain, he was the National Outreach Manager for Zillow, and is now the Executive Director of Education at eXp Realty International Corp. Welcome to the Rain Radio Talk Show where we're making a difference, one voice at a time.
 
A Unique Critique of speakers. electionspeakers.com is a non-partisan source of information intended to help citizens make voting decisions regarding both Presidential and Vice Presidential candidates in the 2008 election. electionspeakers.com will provide objective analysis of the speaking skills of major candidates and others who may effect voting decisions. electionspeakers.com will provide special coverage of any debates conducted between candidates. In addition to the commentary express ...
 
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Support the Podcast on Patreon at this link: https://www.patreon.com/virtualexecutivedirector This week on the podcast I take us on a meandering journey to reveal what I have discovered are the secrets to having a happier board meeting. Board meetings are draining for nonprofit leaders, even at the best of times. As staff we have to be on our best …
 
In this episode, Grace Puckett and Michaela White interview Aubrey Bergauer, the former Executive Director of the California Symphony, a consultant for arts organizations, and the Vice President of Strategic Communications & Executive Director of the Center for Innovative Leadership at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music. They discuss some of A…
 
Want to learn how to do 3D in motion graphics? EJ Hassenfratz is your man. After landing on his feet in motion graphics for NBC, PBS and ABC, EJ wound up giving a presentation for Cinema 4D company Maxon, which inspired him to learn more about the software and start creating tutorials. Today, EJ works as a freelance motion designer while crafting c…
 
You are motivated, inspired and positive - your employee… not so much. How can you turn around an employee who does not match the positive energy in your workplace?In today’s episode of MakingChips, Jason Zenger, and Jim Carr, discuss a listener’s question and come up with 3 ways you can inspire your employees even if you’re new to your leadership …
 
Stacie discusses her path within government and the importance women mentors played in her success within IT at NIH. She remarks on her "hero" Jeannette Rankin who inspired her during her time as a new working mom at the agency. Plus, Stacie discusses the importance of IT in public research to advance innovation.…
 
We all have people in our organizations who we want to support and help grow. But, what is the best way to do this? On today’s show, I talk with Dr. Melissa Cast-Brede, Associate Professor, and Erica Rose, Library Science Faculty and Program Coordinator, at the University of Nebraska Omaha. They share with us a process of appreciative inquiry that …
 
Has anyone ever called you a control freak? Do you have trouble sharing responsibility? Is your inability to delegate holding back your potential? Divide and conquer is the name of the game on today’s episode of MakingChips. Jason Zenger, Jim Carr and Nick Goellner take a look at how to become the best version of yourself by taking simple steps suc…
 
Support the podcast on Patreon. Sometimes people inspire and guide us in ways they didn't intend. Chef Travis Milton, an expert on Appalachian heritage cooking and foodways, swaps stories with Becky about the unintentional mentors from their lives and how these "unintentional mentors" shaped the people they are today. Note: Some language NSFW Links…
 
"Deepfake" videos have become hugely popular online — for better or worse. This AI-powered technology results in hilarious celebrity head swaps but, as Jordan Peele demonstrated with his manipulation of Barack Obama's speech, they could play a more disturbing role in online misinformation. Computer vision scientist Wael AbdAlmageed's mission is to …
 
The National Institute of Mental Health’s machine learning team is guiding researchers with the best practices for using the technology, particularly within the section on functional imaging methods. We learn about the lead behind this team, Francisco Pereira, his passions for health care and for helping health researchers.…
 
In this week's episode I share my top three takeaways from this year's Virginia Commission for the Arts (VCA) conference called ArtWorks. Those takeaways are: There is no greater affirmation of freedom of expression than public funding for the arts. Donors give based on aspiration, even if it's not achievable. Small nonprofits have a lot of advanta…
 
What exactly is the multiplier effect? How does manufacturing positively impact the economy and our communities? What makes manufacturing and other “creation industries” different from service industries? In today’s episode of MakingChips, Jason Zenger tackles these questions and more as the MakingChips team dives into a listener question. Do Jim C…
 
Originally, Olcun Tan wanted to be a car designer — but seeing Jurassic Park ignited a passion for VFX. Today, he runs Gradient Effects, a global studio that has provided effects for Game of Thrones, Watchmen and Stranger Things. Olcun’s career has been defined by finding his own solutions to problems — whether it’s creating procedural effects in M…
 
What a pleasure it was having the opportunity to talk with Wanda Brown. 2019-2020 American Library Association President. She is the Director of Library Services at the C.G. O’Kelly Library at Winston-Salem State University in North Carolina. She’s been an ALA member for over 30 years, and held multiple positions within many divisions of the organi…
 
In this episode, Alyssa interviews Taylor Knight and Anna Thompson, co-founders and artistic directors of Slowdanger, a multidisciplinary performing duo. They discuss examples of how they have used technology in their performances, like the LED ring in their performance called empathy machine. They also discuss their artistic process, including how…
 
Support the podcast on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/virtualexecutivedirector This week is part 2 of our capital campaign miniseries, where Lynn and I (Lynn Terelle of Terelle & Graham Consulting https://www.terellegrahamconsulting.org/) focus on step four of the four-step process, the public phase of the campaign. We also talk about common mist…
 
It’s been five years since VR director Justin Denton last joined Chris on the CG Garage Podcast, and in that time he has truly pushed the boundaries of the medium. He’s produced jaw-dropping tie-in experiences for Ghost in the Shell, Mr. Robot and Legion. And he’s indulged his passion for Dickens’ A Christmas Carol via Chained: A Victorian Nightmar…
 
This week’s guest on MakingChips, Federico Sciammarella, CTO at MxD, gives us an insider's glimpse of the “future factory” and offers practical ways to introduce digital to any size shop. Located in Chicago, MxD is one of 14 institutes that make up Manufacturing USA, a public-private funded partnership working to secure American manufacturing's fut…
 
In episode IV of Let’s Talk, Alyssa and Grace interview Larry Silverman, an attorney in Pittsburgh who specializes in topics like contracts, digital marketing, entertainment law, and nonprofit law. They discuss the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in the E.U. and the recent California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), as well as more local data…
 
Sustainable growth for today’s manufacturing leader has as much to do with company values as it does with the value of your company. As industry leaders, setting meaningful personal and professional goals assure strong culture, inspire innovation and, ultimately, increase shareholder value. In this week’s MakingChips podcast, Jim Carr, Jason Zenger…
 
Support the podcast on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/virtualexecutivedirector Is your nonprofit org ready to build a new facility, start an endowment, or make a major purchase that would significantly improve your ability to fulfill your mission? Then you may find yourself wanting to launch a capital campaign. Before you do, listen to this week …
 
This week’s podcast is something a little different — the first-ever CG Garage podcast “takeover.” Helming the mic are three talented, funny and smart employees of cutting edge experience studio, Magnopus. Between them, Sally Slade, Kat Harris and Emily Van Belleghem have sent Hololenses to the International Space Station, filed patents, started no…
 
When you interact with someone in the workplace do you ever stop to think about the position you’re coming from being an influence on your interactions? Just as in language and grammar, when we use, “I, You, and They,” the positions of first-person, second-person, and third-person can change the outcomes in our dealings. On today’s show, I talk wit…
 
Ryan Vega discusses the innovation underway at the Veterans Health Administration with an overview of the exciting technologies underway such as 3D and bio-printing, artificial intelligence, telehealth and more, plus how the agency is changing the way health providers are interacting with patients and delivering better care.…
 
I've been obsessed over the past couple of weeks with Malcolm Gladwell's book, "Talking to Strangers." In processing through the information I started to think about loneliness and mental health--especially for those of us working in nonprofit and mission-driven leadership. This provided the context for an interview with Dennis Gillan. Dennis and I…
 
What’s the one question to ask before making any investment decision? As leaders in the industry we are dedicated to growth, yet with quality manufacturing relying so heavily on process, it often seems safer to keep doing things the way we always have. In today’s episode of MakingChips, Jason Zenger talks mergers, acquisitions, and good ways to gro…
 
Andrea Blasich’s love of sculpting began on the beaches of southern Italy and it’s taken him all the way to Hollywood, where his talents have been put to use on movies including Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, Brave and Ice Age 2: The Meltdown. In this podcast, recorded at THU, he explains why time-honored techniques are still relevant in digita…
 
Please support the podcast here: https://www.patreon.com/virtualexecutivedirector If you're a nonprofit leader or social entrepreneur and you don't have a stated position on diversity, equity, and inclusion, you are behind the times. This miniseries here in the first quarter of the year will help us wrap our collective heads around what these mean …
 
A team of leaders who are not united will never reach their potential. On today’s episode of MakingChips, the guys discuss the importance of team health after Jason Zenger shares an exercise he does with his leadership team at ZENGERS. This exercise brings healthy conflict to the forefront of their end-of-year planning meetings. The process improve…
 
Much has changed in the three years since director Tim Miller recorded a the 100th episode of the CG Garage podcast. After the runaway success of Deadpool, he returned to the big screen with Terminator: Dark Fate. At the same time, his Heavy Metal-inspired anthology series Love, Death & Robots busted boundaries via Netflix. In this podcast, he reve…
 
There are two types of leadership, Adaptive and Technical. Adaptive Leadership hits people in the heart. It takes long-lasting and sustained effort to affect change in this area. Technical Leadership is work that can be done with the head, thinking through steps to fix a situation, and then you’re done. Are you ready to determine which one you’re d…
 
At Total Chaos 2019, we launched a competition with an amazing prize for one budding CG artist: A “Golden Ticket” to the THU conference in Malta. All the entrants had to do was impress our judges with their story, via text, imagery or video. After poring over the entries there was one clear winner: Ivona Alexandrova, whose positive outlook and arti…
 
Quality management in the manufacturing industry should be high on your list of priorities. Carr Machine & Tool is going through the auditing process with ProShop ERP to prepare for the AS9100 certification they’d like to obtain. In this episode of MakingChips, the guys will talk with Paul Van Metre and Michael Collins about ProShop ERP, AS9100, an…
 
As we close out 2019, I was looking through my journals for the lessons learned this year that might apply to all of us. Here are 19 of them plus one bonus lesson to get us started right for 2020. I talk about how I learned these lessons (sometimes the hard way) and how they might apply to your situation as a mission-driven leader or nonprofit dire…
 
Did you set goals for yourself at the beginning of 2019? This is a great time to look back over your list and see how you did. I was inspired by "Happier with Gretchen Rubin" to make a 19 for 2019 list of 19 things I wanted to accomplish in my career this year. (I love a goal-setting strategy!) This week on the podcast, I'll review my list and shar…
 
At age 12, Vicki Dobbs Beck started her own business with her mom, selling flowers at Seattle market — and she’s been combining creativity with commerce ever since. After leaving Stanford University Graduate School of Business, she got a job at Industrial Light and Magic and became Executive in Charge of ILMxLAB in 2016. In this podcast, recorded a…
 
In this mini-episode, Alyssa sits down with Sarika Sanyal, the Program Director of Future Tenant, to talk a little bit about some of the experimental research they have done this semester to inform future programming. They discuss Future Tenant’s partnerships with CMU School of Art, the Pittsburgh Airport, and MuseumLab at the Children’s Museum of …
 
In this week’s podcast, Alyssa and Grace interview Christian Cox, Director of Marketing and Communications for The Pittsburgh Opera and David Dombrosky, Chief Marketing Officer at Instant Encore, to discuss the recent launch of the Pittsburgh Opera Mobile App. Listen below to learn about their process developing the app and its many features and be…
 
Is it possible to recession-proof a business? With all the chatter in the economic world about the potential of a recession, how do you mitigate your losses? Are their things that you can do up-front that would help you survive a recession? Jim and Jason discuss the ‘dirty word’ in the industry and some steps you can consider implementing before—or…
 
Whether you are happily searching for something new or feeling stuck in your current job, it's important to know how to package the amazing work you've done already into transferable skills. This week on the podcast, I talk with Rachel Fowler--actor, director, and executive coach--about how to identify your transferable skills, how to reframe what …
 
Hailing from Sao Paolo, Brazil, Pedro Conti has created some truly impressive work. As well as contributing to Disney’s Moana as a VFX artist, he created hilarious short “One More Beer,” and directed the touching music video for Ron Artis II’s song “In My Heart.” But it hasn’t always been smooth sailing for Pedro — this sensitive soul has faced som…
 
Have you ever wanted to push the envelope on implementing digital resources in your library, and in particular Virtual Reality? On today’s show we have a fantastic guest to help us lead the way in this area of service as I talk with Pete Schreiner, Research Librarian for Design at North Carolina State University Libraries and a 2019 Library Journal…
 
Today’s guest on the MakingChips podcast is passionate about job creation in the manufacturing industry. Today’s youth are being pushed towards college degree—while racking up debt—which has led to $1.6 trillion in student loan debt in the country. It is staggering. Unfortunately, many students spend the majority of their working life paying off th…
 
Over the past few years, the John Wick movies have breathed new life into action filmmaking, marrying balletic big-screen violence with the intricate world-building and compulsive storylines of a quality TV series. Joining Chris this week are returning podcast guests Alex Nice (concept artist) and Robert Nederhorst (VFX supervisor), who talk about …
 
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