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Welcome to the Learning Elevated podcast, where we strive to help you elevate your learning efforts and move up in the world of enterprise learning and development. Each week, hosts Emily Dukes and Rob Ayre stop off at different floors, immersing audiences into a new realm and showing learning through a new lens. With the latest in e-learning insights, real stories straight out of the mouths of top learning professionals, and thoughts from leading experts, we're riding all the way up to the ...
 
Passionate about health, wellness, and helping others? Integrative Nutrition fuels your passion and helps you turn it into a career you love. Join Integrative Nutrition founder and health leader Joshua Rosenthal as he talks with graduates of the world’s best school for health coaching. Founded over 25 years ago, Integrative Nutrition is leading the Health Revolution, with over 100,000 students in over 150 countries. Listen as we interview Integrative Nutrition graduates on their fantastic fu ...
 
Welcome to In The Know, a growth marketing podcast to help you learn from leading growth professionals, marketers, entrepreneurs, strategists, consultants, and technologists about the specific things they do to make more money for their own businesses and for their clients. Since our launch, Buckley has featured Neil Patel, Joseph Grenny, John Warrillow, Timothy Sykes and dozens more leading individuals.
 
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It took Stacey Graham 13 years to earn her IT degree. She’s gone through a lot – moving into another state, becoming a mother of three, surviving cancer, and losing a six-month-old son – and amidst these difficult situations, Stacey was still able to find a successful career in tech. To learn more about Stacey Graham, Laurence Bradford, and today’s…
 
We speak with KGS alumni Dr. Nathan Robinson and Peter Harris, who are out in the world doing spectacular things. Dr. Robinson is a Marine biologist whose work with sea turtles over the years has sparked massive campaigns to remove plastic straws from everyday use. Mr. Harris is co-founder of the famous British Chocolatier and Cocoa Grower which ha…
 
Jesse Weigel pivoted into a new tech career under a unique combination of circumstances – a growing family, a curiosity for coding, and a friend with a job opportunity. Even without formal training, Jesse was able to teach himself to code, leave his job in the restaurant industry, and ultimately become the head of engineering at Tabela and a live c…
 
Nikkole Spurgeon has been through a lot - domestic violence, drug addiction, and even imprisonment. She knew that things should change, and that’s where coding came into the picture. In this episode, Nikkole talks about her life before prison, difficulties with learning in prison, adapting to COVID-19, her motivation for learning, transitioning to …
 
With lockdown finally easing in the UK, we were able to get two effervescent alumni back into KGS for this very special episode. BBC Sport Presenter Katie Shanahan and Entrepreneur Jeroen Sibia fondly reminisce about their times at school, open up about their career paths and share some secrets of success and how KGS contributed to those. Find Kati…
 
Danny Thompson was at a crossroads. He had to decide between staying at his job as a gas station fry cook or making a drastic career shift. And after learning to code as a hobby, Danny now works full-time at Google in Developer Relations. In this episode, Danny talks about his job search strategy and how he landed his first job in tech. He also sha…
 
In today’s episode, Phoebe Voong-Fadel talks about how she structured her days and found time to code as a stay-at-home mom, when she felt ready to start freelancing, tips for job hunting as a self-taught developer, advice for parents who want to learn to code, and more! To learn more about Phoebe Voong-Fadel, Laurence Bradford, and today’s key tak…
 
Host Laurence Bradford shares an update on Learn to Code With Me, including what’s new for Season 8 of the podcast. She also shares a few major updates on her life and business since Season 7 wrapped in July 2020, plus an exciting look at what’s to come in this 8-episode season of the Learn to Code With Me Podcast. Thank you to our sponsor this sea…
 
In this episode, we are talking about the sixth form programme at KGS and all of the elements that come together to make this programme the whole package. Although Sixth Form at KGS provides a strong academic programme with outstanding grade results, the programme also provides valuable life skills and experiences. EPISODE THREE TRANSCRIPT SIXTH FO…
 
In this episode, we are speaking to students and faculty about the use of personal devices such as mobiles phones, laptops, and tablets on school grounds. We discuss the policies and ethos surrounding the KGS Acceptable Use Policy and whether mobile devices can ever be viewed as tools, not toys.By Applied Reality
 
In this episode we discuss how KGS specifically acted during this time to ensure the academic and pastoral well-being of their community, no matter what circumstances presented themselves. Our guests include Head Master Stephen Lehec, Deputy Head Pastoral Sarah Humphrey and Head of Wellbeing Nick Forsyth.…
 
This is a trailer for the Kingston Grammar School Podcast. Throughout this series, we will be speaking with faculty and students alike about important topics surrounding the Kingston Grammar School (or KGS) community. Whether you are a past, present or future parent or student, or generally interested in KGS, you are very welcome.…
 
The last thing any of us wants to be found guilty for is becoming complacent at work. The trouble is, we've never had to figure out how to make learning happen during a pandemic. This week, our friends at DoProcess are dropping the gavel and letting us in on how they have managed to successfully continue learning during one of the most complicated …
 
You hungry? Because learners are starving... for more digital learning! Join us at the cool kids table this week, with Jonathan Bishop from the Institute of Child Nutrition as we dig right in. This week we are going to serve up only the finest selections of digital learning best practices. Get hungry for digital learning transformations, and be sur…
 
Floor 11 brings us to the lounge where we are getting social - dress code: informal. This week, Charles Jennings of the 70:20:10 Institute is chatting with us about the importance of social learning and what we have to gain from one another in corporate learning efforts. Do a bit of social learning yourself and join us to learn how to apply this in…
 
As the seventh season of the Learn to Code With Me podcast draws to a close, I reflect on the inspiring transformation stories we shared, including recaps of my favorite moments. I also share updates on LTCWM and my goals for 2020, including a sneak peek into what we’re working on next through the end of the year. Catch up on all eight episodes fro…
 
As a young aspiring astronaut in high school, Camille Eddy started building websites to pay for her college housing. She’s a first-generation STEM student, and with support from key mentors, today, Camille is a Product Engineer at Bloc and an International Public Speaker. In this episode, you’ll learn… How Camille got into robotics How mentors have…
 
With barely enough income to support his wife and child, not to mention a poor working environment for his physical and mental health, Michael Pimentel wanted to move on from being a glassblower. That’s why after 9 years in the film industry, Michael decided to pursue a career in tech by using free online resources to teach himself how to code. If …
 
Caitlyn Greffly used to travel around the country selling beer, but it got tiring. So in pursuit of a more sustainable way of living, Caitlyn started teaching herself to code. She ended up joining a bootcamp and quickly received a job offer before she even completed the program, less than 6 months later. In this episode, Caitlyn talks about… Applyi…
 
Selecting content means making sure you have a perfect blend. What does this look like when sifting through learning content? We're talking to the master chef of content, Dan Fisher, Director of Strategy at Go1 this week to find out. Join us as we uncover the secret sauce for vetting and curating successful learning content. You're gonna want a pie…
 
Newvick Lee is a software developer at WealthBar, a Canadian fintech company. He’s also working on Habitmon, a chatbot that helps with building habits. But before all this, Newvick was a pharmacist who helped people with mental health issues. In this episode, you’ll learn… How Newvick made the transition from pharmacist to software engineer without…
 
Erik is a senior software engineer at an insurance technology company in Reno, Nevada. He’s also a tech author, podcast co-host, blogger, and YouTuber. Even though Erik has a traditional computer science degree, his path wasn’t very traditional. He took a break from college after a couple of semesters, took a job in tech support for a few years, an…
 
Rebecca Garcia is a Career Coach & Product Manager who helps women build fulfilling six-figure careers in tech. Previously she was a Program Manager at Microsoft, Developer at Squarespace, and is currently a Technical Product Manager. Named one of the 'Top Women Under 35 Changing the Tech Industry' by Glamour Magazine, and a 'Champion of Change for…
 
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