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The goal of this podcast is to help those who are involved with youth curling programs, including coaches, volunteers, program organizers and even parents. Our primary focus will be on "U12" or "Little Rocks" curling, but this podcast will occasionally touch on topics of interest to U15/U18/U21 coaches and organizers. Coach Glenn Gabriel will offer advice, share resources and give you the occasional pick-me-up when you need it. To contact Coach Glenn, e-mail: coachingkidscurling@gmail.com Ou ...
 
Trustee and ecologist Steve Roe talks to the experts as well as local heroes to bring you the stories from the bat conservation movement. Designed for both Bat Conservation Trust members and the wider bat conservation community, Series 2 had episodes released every second Wednesday from autumn 2020 all the way through to the spring of 2021. Series 3 is coming later in the year. Bats are magical but misunderstood mammals. At the Bat Conservation Trust we have a vision of a world rich in wildl ...
 
RESTalk, produced by RESNET.us is the best way to stay up-to-date on everything going on in the world of Home Energy Ratings (HERS), including initiatives, standards, marketing, and more. Hosted by building performance veteran Bill Spohn, the show features interviews with the RESNET team and prominent guests from throughout the rating and home building industries, discussing a wide range of topics, current events and new technologies.
 
Welcome to Seth Farbman on Podcast, “From Start-Up to Stock Exchange”. Seth Farbman is an entrepreneur who has founded multiple companies and has completed several successful exits. Want to relate to the high and low experiences of rejections? What does it take to go from an idea in a basement to managing 120 employees with multiple locations? As someone who has serviced thousands of private and publicly traded companies over 20 years, on this podcast you'll find a winning mix of personal th ...
 
The Revitalize the Total Woman Podcast empowers women in the corporate world, stay-at-home moms, new female entrepreneurs, and women in business thrive in every area of life - spiritual, financial, social, physical and mental health, and so much more. Podcast will feature quick empowerment messages, words of encouragement, interviews, entertainment, and the like.
 
The official podcast of the California Workforce Association. CWA's mission is to enhance and inspire California’s local workforce development boards and their partners through strategic advocacy, partnership convening, and capacity building. Your host is Bob Lanter, Executive Director of CWA. To learn more about CWA, visit http://calworkforce.org/
 
A regular podcast with features, interviews and conversations about radio and audio with a special focus on public benefit. Host Dom Chambers is a well-known advocate of community media. Currently, he runs Somer Valley FM, The local Radio Alliance and is CEO of the Somer Valley Education Trust. He is a trustee of the Radio Academy.’ Dom has worked in most radio sectors and has visited over 70 local radio stations in the UK. He bridges grass-roots knowledge with national strategic vision.
 
Steve and Charlotte Gambill are Lead Pastors at LIFE Church. They have two children Hope Cherish and Noah Brave. Their passion is to help people discover God’s great love and purpose for their lives by building a relevant multi-cultural church where all can find a place to belong and thrive. These podcast messages are full of life and hope, rallying a generation to embrace the broken and become ambassadors of hope. LIFE Church is one church in four locations; located in Bradford, Leeds, Belf ...
 
Hosted by Bart Egnal, President & CEO of The Humphrey Group, Inspire is THE podcast for anyone who wants to influence and lead others every time they speak. Each episode features a new guest who will share insights, stories and tips on how you can intentionally inspire others, both in work and in life. Our interviews skip the theory and provide you with practical advice to inspire others during every interaction. This first season includes insights from a former TOPGUN instructor, the CEO of ...
 
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Right after the "Adapting Thriving 2021" Conference ended on Sunday night (Mar 21), I had a chance to speak with Delores McCallum and Janet Murphy of the Mississaugua Golf & Country Club about our reactions to the two-day symposium. Links to the resources mentioned in this episode: Adapting Thriving 2021 Conference Web page Mississaugua Golf & Coun…
 
In this episode of the Inspire Podcast, Bart and Girish discuss what the term ‘inclusion’ really means and what TD is doing as an organization to promote inclusion not only in the workplace but also in the broader community.Here are some moments from the conversation:Intro - 00:48.1Covid challenges - 01:03.3TD's commitment to inclusion - 01:33.4TD'…
 
"Start by doing what's necessary; then do what's possible; and suddenly you are doing the impossible" - Francis of Assisi How does the honor of HERS rating the 3 millionth home befall you? Tim Smith and CR Herro have been on a quiet mission of building relationships, honoring commitments, and executing with excellence. Steady as they go. That's how…
 
You've likely heard of these youth curling programs: Egg Farmers Rocks & Rings, Hit Draw Tap, For The Love Of Curling Scholarship Program. But did you know that they're supported by the Curling Canada Foundation? In this episode, the Foundation's Manager, Brodie Bazinet, joins me to talk about the philanthropic program of Curling Canada and its sup…
 
Under the National Quality Framework, professionals and services need to report a range of serious incidents to their regulatory authorities. But why don't we talk more about how services approach reporting and reporting behaviours with their teams? Leanne sits down with Big Fat Smile CEO Jenni Hutchins to discuss why a positive culture of reportin…
 
Tune in for a conversation between Bob Lanter, Executive Director of CWA, and Matthew Hayes, Program Analyst for CWA as they reflect on the many events that have already transpired in the first quarter of 2021. Discover what needs to happen in order to ensure that we have an equitable economic recovery, what boards can do to secure funding and the …
 
It’s tax season once again, and if you’re a freelancer, business owner or even an employee earning from freelance gigs, you may be wondering: “How do I file my Annual Income Tax Return (ITR) with the BIR?” I actually have the same question, especially since I became an employee again last year (while at the same time earning on the side from my “ra…
 
Greg Wilson of the Brantford (Ont.) Golf & Country Club joined me last December to talk about his junior program. Back then, he mentioned that he was organizing an online curling league for his kids. In this episode, his gives us a recap of his online "season" and offers advice to coaches and organizers who are thinking about putting together their…
 
“Never believe that a few caring people can’t change the world. For, indeed, that’s all who ever have.” - Margaret Mead Winning national housing awards year after year, comes with focused effort. However, the efforts put forth by Thrive Home Builders are NOT focused on winning awards. What are the simple concepts that Thrive executes so well that h…
 
Last January, Atina Ford Johnston and the Okotoks (Alta.) Curling Club were awarded a Gender Equity Award grant from Curling Canada. In this episode, we discuss the evolution of that idea from weekend curling camp to one-day provincial "Women In Curling" summit. We also discuss the youth curling program at Okotoks CC, including their competitive Ju…
 
In 2019, the second review of the National Quality Framework officially commenced. The Review aims to identify aspects of the NQF that could be improved or updated, and to incorporate new thinking about the regulation of early education. Earlier this year, the Consultation Regulation Impact Statement was released, which identifies options for chang…
 
We share some of the top provocations from the Highland Good Food Conference 2021, and explain the vision and actions that came out of the event. We hear from Pete Ritchie from Nourish Scotland, Karen Davidson from Social Farms and Gardens, young crofter Robin Haig, Ana Allamand from the Soil Association, Martin Kennedy from NFU Scotland and Col Go…
 
“Setting goals is the first step in turning the invisible into the visible.” - Tony Robbins Each year RESNET develops their list of priorities to tackle. A specific four-step process is used which engages both the board and staff. Where did this process (which started in August 2020) lead to for 2021? How do the essential activities goals and prior…
 
On March 20 & 21, 2021, the Ontario Curling Council - in partnership with CURLSASK, CurlManitoba & Curl BC - will be hosting the "Adapting Thriving: Focusing on the Future" Online Coaches Conference. In this episode, I get a preview of the conference with the OCC's Education Manager - North, Andrea Ronnebeck. Some of the topics we discuss include: …
 
Want to know the easy-to-follow steps to become a Lazada seller? Learn more from MJ Gaan, top seller and certified trainer at Lazada.com, as she teaches us her 5 steps to become a Lazada seller. Online shopping is definitely booming this covid-19 season. I, myself, had been spending a lot ordering online because we’ve been locked down in our house …
 
We're back for another year of banter about all things early education in Australia! In our first episode of 2021, we let everyone know what we did on our summer holidays and reflect on the experiences of women that have been dominating the media so far this year. We then spend the second half of the episode discussing what about the sector makes u…
 
Teaching kids how to sweep (and making it FUN) is one of the biggest challenges for any youth curling coach. In this episode, I speak with brushing specialist Glenn Paulley about the principles of good sweeping and how we can teach kids to value this skill. Glenn will be presenting a session alongside Craig Savill titled "Sweeping Technical Skills"…
 
For the final episode of Series 2 we join Nottinghamshire Bat Group member Barry Collins at a Leicestershire Church where he talks to Steve about the works that were undertaken on the church to restore it whilst retaining the Natterer's bat colony living in the fabric of the building. Barry also discusses the importance of churches in the local com…
 
“Life is the art of drawing without an eraser.” -John W. Gardner Each year a new President of the RESNET board of directors takes the helm. A President brings their own background and experiences to bear upon the role. How do decades of experience in building, while documenting millions in construction defects, lead someone to take on a leadership …
 
In early February, Curling Canada announced their schedule of youth events for the next several years. In this episode, I speak with Curling Canada's Manager of Youth Curling and NextGen, Helen Radford, about the new U15 "Rockfest" as well as two other programs targeted to U12 curlers. Helen will also be presenting a session at the upcoming "Adapti…
 
What are the best practices when it comes to teaching strategy and tactics to kids? In this episode, I speak with Laurentian Varsity Curling Coach Ryan Lafraniere. Ryan will be presenting a session at the upcoming "Adapting Thriving" Curling Coaches Conference in March 2021 titled "How To Teach Strategy And Tactics." Some of the topics we discuss i…
 
In this week's episode, Coach Glenn tells the story about how he met his wife. Hint: Curling! Glenn Gabriel is an NCCP-certified curling coach who lives in Pickering, Ontario, Canada. He has been the coordinator of the Little Rocks (U12) program at East York Curling Club in Toronto since 2011. If you have a question or feedback on the podcast, send…
 
IMPORTANT -- Please fill out our CKC LISTENER SURVEY at: https://tinyurl.com/ckcpodcast If you complete the survey, you have the chance to be entered into a random draw. The prize is one of two coupons for free courses on the "Curling Class" Web site (curlingclass.com) Thanks to Coach Matt Bean for the prizes! The survey deadline is Feb 18, 2021. T…
 
IMPORTANT -- Please fill out our CKC LISTENER SURVEY at: https://tinyurl.com/ckcpodcast If you complete the survey, you have the chance to be entered into a random draw. The prize is one of two coupons for free courses on the "Curling Class" Web site (curlingclass.com) Thanks to Coach Matt Bean for the prizes! The survey deadline is Feb 18, 2021. T…
 
“Leadership is not about the next election, it’s about the next generation” -Simon Sinek 2020 was both a notable and challenging year in so many ways. Beyond everyone learning how to Zoom (and Zoom becoming a verb) the election of 2020 is sure to go down in history. What impact did the 2020 election have on RESNET's future-oriented mission to make …
 
Matt Bean only started curling about five years ago, but in that short time, he (a) won a silver medal in Quebec's "Colts" competition, (b) earned his competition coach certification and (c) created the "Curling Class" Web site. In this episode, we have a wide-ranging discussion about his discovery and love of the sport, what he learned from being …
 
Steve joins Helen Ball and other members of Staffordshire Bat Group as they undertake a winter hibernation survey for the National Bat Monitoring Programme (NBMP). Recorded in February 2020 in the Staffordshire Peak District, they undertake the latest survey of disused lead mines searching for bats deep in torpor. Helen reveals what it's like to un…
 
How do you promote curling when clubs are closed? In this episode, I talk with Abbie Darnley, Director of Events and Operations for Rock Solid Productions Inc. We discuss how her company is adapting to the new world of the pandemic and talk about the status of her U12 curling program at Stroud CC in Innisfil, ON. Some of the topics we discuss inclu…
 
“Making the simple complicated is commonplace; making the complicated simple, awesomely simple, that’s creativity. -Charles Mingus How in the world can you deliver an engaging conference in these pandemic times? What kind of steps and measures must you take to make it awesomely simple and fun for attendees and exhibitors? This kind of challenge req…
 
In November 2019 before the word Coronavirus had become all-too familiar, the Scottish Bat Conference was taking place in Perth. In this episode Steve speaks to Liz Ferrell BCT's Scottish bat officer, Sue Swift who published the authoritative work on long-eared bats and Tracey Jolliffe who has an interest in zoonotic diseases and discusses bats and…
 
In this timely episode, Coach Glenn shares the origin story of East York Little Rocks' "December Party." He learns important lessons about listening to your parents and not being afraid to try new things. Near the end of the episode, we're visited by a very special guest (it's not Santa!) NOTE: The podcast is taking a holiday break. Our next episod…
 
With all the innovative ideas and actions that we have explored this season, what is actually going to change in the food sector in 2021? 2020 has been a very difficult year for everyone, but in this episode we chat to Pete Ritchie from Nourish Scotland, about why he is very hopeful for the future of food in Scotland and across the world; both next…
 
“They always say time changes things, but you actually have to change them yourself.” -Andy Warhol Like so many businesses, activities, and organizations, 2020 has been a year of unprecedented adaptation. In which ways have RESNET Quality Assurance (QA) procedures been adapted and changed this year? What new techniques, methods, and procedures are …
 
Our series profiling youth curling programs continues. In this episode, I have a conversation with Greg Wilson, Junior Curling Convenor at the Brantford Golf & Country Club (ON). Some of the topics we discuss include: * The importance of FUN in his program and allowing his coaches the flexibility to change things when they aren't fun (7:01) * His e…
 
We all know we need to eat more vegetables, but is it really as simple as that? We take a look at the vegetable sector in the Highlands from soil to supermarkets, from farms to our forks. This episode we chat to Simon Kenton-Lake from Peas Please, and Maggie and Iain Sutherland from the Natural Vegetable Company. Join the conversation and come alon…
 
The weather has certainly got chilly in the last few days, but back in late October, it was still mild and Steve visited a bat colony which was still in residence in its summer roost. He meets up with Helen Parr, community engagement officer for the Devon Greater Horseshoe Bat Project. They discuss how the project has been received by the community…
 
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