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Opening Arguments

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Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments Media LLC

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Every episode, legal expert Andrew and comic relief Thomas will tackle a popular legal topic and give you all the tools you need to understand the issue and win every argument you have on Facebook, with your Uncle Frank, or wherever someone is wrong on the Internet. It's law. It's politics. It's fun. We don't tell you what to think, we just set up the Opening Arguments.
 
We all want to get to the next level of our career, but so many of us get stuck. Longtime leadership coach Muriel Wilkins takes you inside real-life leadership coaching sessions with high performers working to overcome professional challenges and grow as leaders. Listen in on real conversations and leave with new insights and practical guidance for your own career. The views expressed on this podcast are those of its hosts, guests, and callers, and not those of Harvard Business Review.
 
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Women at Work

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Women at Work

Harvard Business Review

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Women face gender discrimination throughout our careers. It doesn't have to derail our ambitions — but how do we prepare to deal with it? There's no workplace orientation session about narrowing the wage gap, standing up to interrupting male colleagues, or taking on many other issues we encounter at work. So HBR staffers Amy Bernstein, Amy Gallo, and Emily Caulfield are untangling some of the knottiest problems. They interview experts on gender, tell stories about their own experiences, and ...
 
How will the future unfold? What is the impact of technology on business & society? As technology reorders the world in which live, who will be the winners and who will be the losers? Join Azeem Azhar, curator of the Exponential View newsletter, in deep conversation with the world's leading thinkers and practitioners exploring these and other important questions. The views expressed on this podcast are those of its hosts, guests, and callers, and not those of Harvard Business Review.
 
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Cold Call

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Cold Call

HBR Presents / Brian Kenny

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Cold Call distills Harvard Business School's legendary case studies into podcast form. Hosted by Brian Kenny, the podcast airs every two weeks and features Harvard Business School faculty discussing cases they've written and the lessons they impart.
 
Incredible progress has been made throughout the world in recent years. However, globalization has failed to deliver on its promises. As problems like unequal access to education and healthcare, environmental degradation, and stretched finances persist, we must continue building on decades of transformative development work. The Center for International Development (CID) is a university-wide center based at the Harvard Kennedy School that seeks to solve these pressing development problems—an ...
 
Host Morra Aarons-Mele is on a mission to reframe how we think about anxiety and mental health in the workplace. Anxiety disorders are the most common mental illness in the U.S. We desperately need better models for leadership and a more holistic view of mental health. Our culture tells those of us who suffer from anxiety and depression that we can’t succeed, but we tell a different story — without sugarcoating the tough stuff. We feature stories from people who’ve been there and experts who ...
 
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After Hours

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After Hours

TED Audio Collective / Youngme Moon, Mihir Desai, & Felix Oberholzer-Gee

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Harvard Business School professors discuss and debate current events that sit at the crossroads of business and culture. Youngme Moon, Mihir Desai, and Felix Oberholzer-Gee engage in a spirited discussion on a range of topics torn from the headlines — from Facebook, to free trade, to the #MeToo movement. Informed by their unique expertise as professors at one of the world’s leading business schools, their takes are always surprising, unconventional, and insightful.
 
Former President of Harvard University Charles W. Eliot wrote in his introduction to the Harvard Classics, "In my opinion, a five-foot shelf would hold books enough to give a liberal education to any one who would read them with devotion, even if he could spare but fifteen minutes a day for reading." Here you are, you can easily listen to his entire 15-minutes-a-day study guide while commuting to and from work (most of us spend far more than 15 minutes a day commuting each day), doing mundan ...
 
Behind every news headline, there’s another, deeper story. It’s a story about power. In Deep Background, Harvard Law School professor and Bloomberg View columnist Noah Feldman will bring together a cross-section of expert guests to explore the historical, scientific, legal, and cultural context that help us understand what’s really going on behind the biggest stories in the news.iHeartMedia is the exclusive podcast partner of Pushkin Industries.
 
Twenty-five years after graduating from Harvard College, members of the Class of 1997 come together in this series of conversations to reconnect, share stories, and reflect on lessons learned outside of the classroom. Hear from this cohort of diverse classmates about how their lives have unfolded and where they find themselves now. What was it like arriving at Harvard all those years ago? How does the privilege of a Harvard education and degree impact opportunities and decisions after gradua ...
 
Hear from Harvard graduates, Olympiad medalists, charity founders, science fair winners, college admission experts and more. We get their practical tips and advice so you can do the same. This podcast is powered by Crimson Education - visit crimsoneducation.org to learn how to apply to the world’s top universities and create your own extraordinary extracurriculars.
 
Listen to press conferences on coronavirus (COVID-19) from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, featuring experts in epidemiology, infectious diseases, environmental health, and health policy. Subscribe to our new podcast, "Better Off." You can also listen back to archival episodes of "Harvard Chan: This Week in Health."
 
Equipping you to successfully pursue the college of your dreams.I believe that the world needs every student to reach their full potential. College admittance shouldn't hold you back. I'm an educator and Harvard grad who has been in your shoes. I designed this podcast to accompany the Ivy League Challenge (my online course) to support my listeners. I've met with graduates, admissions officers, and professors to identify the criteria used to select candidates. I've crafted a road map for succ ...
 
Knowing that mental wellness is a topic that deeply affects each and every one of us, McLean Hospital brings you Mindful Things, a podcast dedicated to real talk about the conditions and situations we face daily yet rarely discuss. In each episode, we sit down with some very special guests, including experts from Harvard Medical School, as well as ordinary people living extraordinary lives, to dig deep into everyday challenges while also exploring their own experiences with conditions such a ...
 
“Plants of the Gods: Hallucinogens, Healing, Culture and Conservation” is a new and unique podcast focusing on the hallucinogenic plants and fungi whose impact on world culture and religion – and healing potential - is only now beginning to be appreciated as never before. Unlike other podcasts relating to these issues, “Plants of the Gods” is hosted by renowned ethnobotanist Dr. Mark Plotkin, a Harvard and Yale-trained scientist who has been studying the healing plants and shamans of the Ama ...
 
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Hold Your Fire!

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Hold Your Fire!

International Crisis Group

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Join Crisis Group's Executive Vice President Richard Atwood and Board Member and Harvard Law School Professor Naz Modirzadeh as they dive deep into the conflicts that rage around the globe with Crisis Group analysts and special guests. These experts bring a unique, on-the-ground perspective to understanding both why those conflicts persist — and what could bring them to an end. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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The Harvard EdCast

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The Harvard EdCast

Harvard Graduate School of Education

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In the complex world of education, the Harvard EdCast keeps the focus simple: what makes a difference for learners, educators, parents, and our communities. The EdCast is a weekly podcast about the ideas that shape education, from early learning through college and career. We talk to teachers, researchers, policymakers, and leaders of schools and systems in the US and around the world — looking for positive approaches to the challenges and inequities in education. Through authentic conversat ...
 
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Free Renty tells the story of her efforts to force Harvard University to surrender possession of a daguerreotypes of her great-great-great grandfather, an enslaved man named Renty. This past Thursday the Massachusetts Surpeme Court ruled that Tamara Lanier COULD sue Harvard for EMOTIONAL DISTRESS over its possession of photographs that depict her e…
 
Welcome to the Harvard Center for International Development’s Beyond COVID podcast. This podcast is a series of conversations with CID faculty experts on various key dimensions of COVID response and recovery. Our goal with these conversations, and with CID’s Beyond COVID research initiative, is to make use of lessons learned and capitalize on emerg…
 
IN THIS EPISODE: Behavioral insights have the power to predict, shape, and propel the future of a business or even an entire industry. With them, companies can grow their sales, improve quality control, retain staff. But what are they and how do they work? In this episode, Denise Silber is joined by Darren Frey, founder of Ensemble Insight, whose c…
 
Harvard professor Dr. Richard Weissbourd is currently a senior lecturer on education at the Harvard Graduate School of Education and at the Kennedy School of Government. In our discussion today, we are particularly excited to hear about the Making Caring Common Project that he directs, and the Turning the Tide initiative, which is a national effort…
 
In this episode of PERSONAL VERITAS, former college roommates and longtime friends José Padilla and Marios Broustas talk about how the fear of death can actually inspire, and often ensure, a meaningful life. BIOS José Padilla is a father and husband to his wife from Siberia and four children, as well as a corporate lawyer running his own firm, Pa…
 
There will be bumps on the road as America transitions to a clean power system. That’s the assessment offered by Lori Bennear, the Juli Plant Grainger Associate Professor of Energy Economics and Policy at the Nicholas School of the Environment at Duke University, in the newest episode of “Environmental Insights: Discussions on Policy and Practice f…
 
She took on a leadership role as a scrum master because she wanted a new challenge. But after a few months on the job, she worries that she lacks the technical knowledge and years of experience to truly lead her team. Host Muriel Wilkins coaches her through how to build credibility with her older, more experienced colleagues. Further reading: When …
 
George Banke felt like he was floating along in life, and lacked the focus that he needed to feel confident in his college prep. In this interview, he shares what happened to give him the clarity he needed, and what he is doing now to prepare for college in a way that is exciting, motivating, and effective. Listen in to learn about his impact proje…
 
#20 The Reality of a Law Career - Insights From Crimson Strategist & Law Grad, Kevin Paul Summary: Crimson Strategist, Kevin Paul, discusses his journey to Duke Law School and how working in law firms wasn't all he imagined it to be. Are you aiming for Ivy League schools and other top US and UK universities and want the support of Crimson experts? …
 
In part 3 of our 'sneak peak' into the recent Masterclass about how to help build teen confidence, we learn: *Why feeling nervousness is wonderful-- and how to convert the nervous energy into excitement that can help you focus and perform better. *How to anticipate being bad at something in order to later get good at it. *A reminder that we always …
 
NATO leaders meeting next week in Madrid have a lot on their agendas. Russia’s war in Ukraine has entered its fifth month, with fierce fighting continuing along front lines in Ukraine’s east and south. Media coverage increasingly suggests differences of opinion are hurting the unity NATO powers have displayed thus far during the crisis. The war’s g…
 
If you watched Tuesday's hearing, you saw the heartbreaking story of how these two amazing women were viciously slandered by Rudy Giuliani and other members of the big lie insurrectionists. Their lives were absolutely turned upside down by complete racist fabrications. Do they have recourse? What will happen? Then, Andrew breaks down the complete b…
 
In part two, we move on to the second type of confidence: the idea that when I don't have skills or experience, I still know that eventually I can figure out a solution as long as I bring myself to the equation. This type of confidence requires that we have learned at least some skill at a high level before, so that we can anticipate with accuracy …
 
Summer is here and so is the heat, both in the weather and on the podcast, as Deb & Kev spend this Thursday talking about; Deb thinking she should always be invited to the movies by Kev, even when she’s not in town, and making sure she is well prepared for her second, third and fourth professional acts of life. Kev can’t help but have the need for …
 
Long before the pandemic, Jennifer Moss was researching an epidemic, Burnout. In her new book The Burnout Epidemic, Jennifer explains the six root causes of Burnout, how it can manifest in different personality types, and offers solutions to quell the beast of Burnout. Relying on database insights, Moss explores the concepts of chronic stress, burn…
 
After producing more than 160 episodes of Exponential View over the last six years, we’re taking a break to reflect on what we’ve learned and how the conversations we’ve hosted with leaders are changing our perspective on the future. While we percolate on the future of our podcast, we have a challenge for you: find all the phenomenal conversations …
 
In this episode, Felix and Mihir discuss stories they will follow this summer. These include the fate of neobanks, credit conditions in the United States, a major advance in AI, as well as changes in income inequality. Plus, Mihir makes a major prediction how founders will spend their time now that the stock market has imploded. Our predictions: ht…
 
Andy Johns has had a nearly two decade career as an investor - working on companies like Facebook and Twitter when they were in their early stages. Today, he’s working as a mental health advocate. Andy is reflecting on how childhood trauma and pressure to succeed impacted both his extreme success, and his mental health struggles. He speaks with hos…
 
In the previous episode, we learned how and why Absinthe was considered the ultimate creative elixir in 19th century Belle Epoque France. However, absinthe also served as an inspiration for artists in New Orleans, long regarded as the most European city in the US. As we heard in previous episodes on opium (S1E6) and cannabis (S2E7), New Orleans has…
 
Teen (and preteen) confidence is one of the most important traits to help develop. But how? Unfortunately a lot of advice on the topic is incomplete. In my Facebook Group (Parents of Ambitious Teens: Personal Growth & Healthy College Prep) I taught a masterclass to help parents help their teens. In part one, you'll hear about one form of confidence…
 
Free Renty tells the story of Tamara Lanier's efforts to force Harvard University to surrender possession of a daguerreotypes(da·guerre·o·type) of her great-great-great grandfather, an enslaved man named Renty. The daguerreotype was commissioned in 1850 by a Harvard professor named Louis Agassiz. He wanted to use it as part of his research to "prov…
 
In an ideal world, professional conflicts are settled with thoughtful discussion and collaborative decision-making. But that’s not usually how it works. More typically, you see leaders - or the loudest voices - win out, leaving others resentful. And sometimes people don’t even try to hash out differences of opinion; they’d prefer to avoid a fight. …
 
Jenn talks to Dr. Jason Krompinger about how to help kids and adolescents who are struggling with anxiety. Jason provides tips for talking with teens about anxiety, provides insight into different forms of anxiety, and answers questions about addressing stigma around the most common mental health disorder. Jason Krompinger, PhD, is a clinical psych…
 
You may have recently seen people posting about a disturbing Supreme Court decision (what else is new) with images of how much of the US is within 100 miles of a border, and how federal agents can basically get away with anything in most of the country. What was that about? Was it overblown? Welp. Attorney Matt Cameron is here to tell us no, actual…
 
On this post Father’s Day week, Deb & Kev are honoring their husband and dad by discussing topics like, - What drives them the most insane in their neighborhood - The new Gas Class proposal on flights - Unexpected deaths in small business - Dear Debbie questions - What’s for dinner?! - What they are both truly thankful this week As always, special …
 
Kenya’s presidential race has been turned upside down. After a high-profile split with President Kenyatta, his deputy William Ruto – despite being in government for the last nine years – is running on an anti-establishment platform. Having distanced himself from Kenyatta, Ruto is positioning himself as a man of the people, or the “hustler in chief”…
 
Today is two entire show's worth of things somehow crammed into one! First, Jan 6 hearing #3 is in the books. Some amazing bombshells! Also, I grill Andrew on intent and how it could possibly be that we have to prove what Trump had going on in his dumb brain. It's an extended cross examination but hopefully it will provide more understanding! THEN,…
 
Samuel Moyn is the Henry R. Luce Professor of Jurisprudence at Yale Law School and Professor of History at Yale University. His research interests are in modern European intellectual history, with special interests in France and Germany, political and legal thought, historical and critical theory, and Jewish studies.Samuel Moyn asks a troubling but…
 
On this emotional Thursday, Deb & Kev are responding to meaningful experiences but also having fun with Kevs management as; Deb confirms that wives can not, in fact, write precipitins for their ailing husbands while also offering Kev some practice management advice for his quasi new employee. Kev never ceases to be able to pass off responsibility w…
 
In the face of a global pandemic, companies were forced to adapt to a new way of working that, as it turned out, often improved processes, communication, and outcomes. Keith Ferrazzi, author of Competing in the New World of Work, NYT bestselling writer discusses how to redesign your work to overcome the isolation in a post-pandemic world to build a…
 
Lori Gottlieb found her life’s work later in life, but she then built her career around therapy and writing - helping herself and countless others along the way. She wrote about her own journey through therapy in her bestselling book “Maybe You Should Talk to Someone.” She’s also a passionate advocate for those suffering with autoimmune conditions …
 
Shield AI’s autonomous combat robots are intended to help protect civilians and service members. As a startup, barely two years past founding, how should Shield AI engage with the legacy bureaucratic institutions that are its customers? How should those partnerships be structured and what are the business incentives? This episode is a special intro…
 
As war rages in neighboring Ukraine, Moldovan President Maia Sandu talks to about fighting corruption, moving her country toward the European Union, and the half million refugees who’ve crossed the border since February. Sandu is a popular choice on lists of up-and-coming world leaders, including a recent one that nicknamed her “the tightrope walke…
 
Despite the investments made in the last few years, many companies are falling short of their diversity, equity, and inclusion aims. Some firms have faced difficulty spreading their DEI efforts top-down throughout the organization. Trier Bryant, the cofounder and CEO of Just Work, details why and shares a framework that teams and individuals can us…
 
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