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Excellent Executive Coaching podcast will examples of leadership coaching issues and challenges. Excellent Executive Coaching will provide leadership coaching tips, strategies and resources that can resolve leadership issues. Subscribe today to learn about coaching top global leaders and their trials and successes. The Excellent Executive Coaching podcast is a platform of discussion and a source of knowledge sharing between professional coaches and leaders. It promotes continued education fo ...
 
Nicque Marina, comedy content creator and recording artist, sits down with other creators, interesting people....and her husband😂 to talk nerdy stuff, mental health, and just life in general. Tune into the aggressive positivity 🙌🏽 Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nicque-marina/support
 
SoFlo Vegans Podcast brings you discussions with vegan experts from around the globe. Topics include health, the environment, animal advocacy, and spreading compassion. Sean Russell is the founder and host of SoFlo Vegans, an organization created to help make South Florida a global hotspot for veganism. He is joined by his co-host and SoFlo Vegans media coordinator, Alba the Veg Nurse. Podcasts are released weekly in 12 episode seasons.
 
The Driving Radio Show is the longest running podcast dedicated to the thrill of carriage driving. Wendy and Glenn take an entertaining look at it all from competitive driving to the pastime of recreational driving. Join us every month as we harness up to have fun and learn a little something along the way. Part of the HORSES IN THE MORNING show.
 
"An Imperfect Podcast" is Trisagion Films' first podcast. Fr. Michael Tishel and Strati Papageorgiou discuss various topics from an Orthodox Christian perspective. So, why the name "An Imperfect Podcast"? Listen to the introduction to find out. Fr. Michael Tishel is the assistant priest at Holy Transfiguration Greek Orthodox Church in Marietta, Georgia while Strati Papageorgiou is the founder of Trisagion Films. Visit us at http://www.trisagionfilms.com.
 
Come with us now on a journey through the nerd-verse. 🤓🌌 Two brothers host a weekly drunken podcast where the alcohol strongly flows and conversations of pure "nerds-manship" entice any listeners ears. From film to TV, music and gaming, there's something for everybody here at 'Throw Something At Me'. Join the adventures of James and Sam McIver now!
 
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In today’s episode Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC talks with Mark Morey about understanding the workplace and how leaders can play a role. Some questions discussed in this episode are: What does nature bring to leaders? You provided leadership retreats at NIKE. What did that consist of? What did you learn from Google’s research on what makes good and prod…
 
Brian Smith is the vital component in our merciless machine that plows a furrow of destruction into more Love, Death & Robots. A trimmed down continuation of the Netflix adult animation anthology this batch of shorts still delivers everything we've come to expect: future dystopias, literary adaptations and just how wide or narrow some folks' unders…
 
Come with us now on a journey through the nerd-verse. 🤓🌌 Two brothers, James and Sam really show the world what it means to create a good video game based movie because let's face it, the Borderlands movie is looking SHITE! Listen now to find out our picks for some of the best written characters in media and how much better our Borderlands movie al…
 
Meg Daly, professor of evolution, ecology and organismal biology, studies animal systematics and ecology and serves as associate dean of undergraduate education. She's particularly interested in studying how and why marine animals live where they do, most recently looking at sea anemones that live in temperate marine intertidal ecosystems. She shar…
 
The need for feedback to unlock the full potential of a leader is discussed as Tina Clements and Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC answer the following questions. How did you learn of the difference between coaching, consulting, training and mentorship? Why do you feel executives shy away from coaching as a solution? How do you know when your employee is blo…
 
Join host Sean Russell with Aylam Orian, founder, and president of Our Planet. Theirs too (IG). In this episode, Aylam talks about their vision and mission of changing human beings' inherent relationship to animals. How they open human beings' eyes to their unconscious biased and oppressive attitudes towards animals, and to the idea that animals ha…
 
Robin Hills talks with Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC about the emotional aspect of leadership as they discuss the following questions: Why is emotional intelligence so important? How can emotional intelligence be developed? What is the role of resilience in emotional intelligence? How can coaching help? What is so special about coaching focused on emotio…
 
Peter Mansoor, professor and General Raymond E. Mason, Jr., Chair of Military History, researches modern US military history, World War II, the Iraq War, and counterinsurgency warfare. He discusses his most recent research on the 1944-1945 liberation of the Philippines, the five types of military history, and the surprising breadth of attendees at …
 
Film director Tony Searle previews the re-release of his documentary "The Royal 4 in Hand" following Prince Philip in the early days of Combined Driving, Kathleen Haak from the Carriage Association of America talks to World Champion Mule Driver, Bill Neel about the wagons he's bringing to the CAA Carriage showcase and some tips to keep your horses …
 
Julie Golomb, associate professor of psychology, researches the interactions between visual perception, attention, memory, and eye movements using human behavioral and computational cognitive neuroscience techniques. She's especially interested in questions like, "How do our brains convert patterns of light into rich perceptual experiences, and wha…
 
Seth Berkley answers what led him to become the successful leader he is as CEO of GAVI the Vaccine Alliance while answering the following questions. Tune in! What is your leadership Strategy? What is one trait you possess that makes you an effective leader? Can you tell us a story of how you used that trait to build success? What were some of your …
 
Come with us now on a journey through the nerd-verse. 🤓🌌 Two brothers, James and Sam present yet another battle of their own design. Goliaths in their own rights and amazing ways, Disney Pixar vs Dreamworks Animation. Which one is better? You decide… Also, we missed a movie, can you identify which movie we missed? Support the show (https://www.patr…
 
Robin Judd, associate professor of history, explores how European and North African Jewish women met and married American, British, and Canadian soldiers and officers after the Holocaust in her latest book, Love, Liberation, and Loss: Jewish Military Marriages after the Holocaust. Her research illuminates how these couples developed relationships, …
 
As many have had to re-image their workplace, Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC talks with Chris Kane about what the future looks like to entrepreneurs as he answers the following questions. What was your motto? "Where is my office" is the title of your new book. What instigated you to write on this topic? Considering most people don’t want to go back to 9-t…
 
Come with us now on a journey through the nerd-verse. 🤓🌌 Two brothers, James and Sam continue their in-depth conversation with part 2 of their excellent music taste and how the sub-culture 'Emo' was an era of awesomeness! Prepare yourselves for yet another drunken nostalgia trip. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/throwsomethingatme)…
 
Ludmila Isurin, professor in the Department of Slavic and East European Languages and cultures, is an interdisciplinary scholar with multiple affiliations within Ohio State. Her latest book is Collective Remembering: Memory in the World and in the Mind, which she discusses with David Staley on this week's Voices of Excellence…
 
Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC talks with Diana Fryc about women in leadership and some of the obstacles they face in the business world as they answer the following questions. Why aren’t there more women in leadership roles (C-suite/VP) and how can we change this? What are the most surprising hurdles women in leadership keep running into? What are the di…
 
Come with us now on a journey through the nerd-verse. 🤓🌌 Two brothers, James and Sam get “wankered” at midday and finally talk about their favourite music and the best popular music from 1960’s all the way to the modern times. Here’s another two-parter for yers! Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/throwsomethingatme)…
 
Ellen Taylor, Executive Director of the Harness Horse Youth Foundation, shares some great opportunities for kids and Geir Kanstad tells us how he is leading the charge to renovate the marathon course at the Florida Horse Park. Plus Kathleen Haak from the Carriage Association of America has some driving related sweet treats and Abbie Trexler shares …
 
Mari Noda, professor in Japanese in the Department of East Asian Languages and Literatures, is a specialist in East Asian language pedagogy and is primarily interested in curriculum, material development, and assessment. She seeks to help students not only understand a language but to use that language as a mechanism to participate in the culture. …
 
In answering the following questions, Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC discusses with Brandon Smith the “overdose of urgency” that individuals face and how it affects their business and personal life. What do you qualify as workplace dysfunction? How do you go about identifying a company's culture? What do you mean by “hot sauce” to describe urgency? What i…
 
Come with us now on a journey through the nerd-verse. 🤓🌌 Two brothers, James and Sam return with part 2 of a brand new series. In the second instalment of our two-parter episode, we continue our lengthy, very drunk, hilarious and nostalgia fuelled conversation about what made us gamers. Here we go… Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/throwsom…
 
Brian Joseph, Distinguished University Professor of Linguistics and the Kenneth E. Naylor Professor of South Slavic Languages and Linguistics, studies historical linguistics; the history of the Greek language; language contact; Greek, Albanian, and Balkan linguistics; and Sanskrit. He's especially interested in the way that the similar experiences …
 
Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC talks with Steve Heroux about his sales experience and his teaching insight as he answers the following questions. What made you want to go into sales? When did you start your sales career? What's your greatest accomplishment? If you could start over in sales, what would you do differently? What tools do you use to train and…
 
Come with us now on a journey through the nerd-verse. 🤓🌌 Two brothers, James and Sam return with a brand new series titled 'Let's Talk About'. In this season we return to our roots which include drinking heavily and talk about our love for all things nerdy. In this two part nostalgia trip episode, we revisit our childhood to reveal what games and g…
 
Carolina Lopez-Ruiz, professor of classics, studies ancient Greek literature and classical mythology, and Greek and Near Eastern interaction and colonization. She strives to show that this period was more than just traditional Greek influences, with many cultures interacting and influencing each other.…
 
Jordi Casatamajana joins host Sean Russell and guest host Laura Gomez to talk about his new book Ethical Vegan: A Personal and Political Journey to Change the World. We also discuss his landmark court case that made ethical veganism a protected belief in the United Kingdom. Also tune into a brand new Spotlight featuring Dina from Dina’s Vegan Deli …
 
Having dodged responsibility for long enough we undertake a dangerous mission to uncover the true identity of James Bond Jr. Is he an established brand's attempt to reach a younger audience? How does it involve the story of the Irish animation industry? And will this be more fun to discuss than initially expected? Keep your ears peeled and find out…
 
Nelson Campbell, founder and CEO of Plant Pure joins host Sean Russell on this episode of the SoFlo Vegans Podcast. In this podcast, we talk about his many organizations including his documentary Plant Pure Nation, Plant Pure Communities, and a few other projects that you get to check out. We also talk about what it was like growing up having Dr. T…
 
Zhengyu Liu is the Max Thomas Professor of Climate Dynamics in the department of geography. His areas of expertise include climate change, Earth systems modeling, and climate dynamics. He discusses how scientists can have confidence in their predictions about the future of climate on this week's Voices of Excellence…
 
Against expectations this abberation in animation appreciation has racked up 200 instalments (plus about that amount again in extra-curricular activities) and we're in a celebratory mood. And what's a party without favours, as we each perused our respective repositories of cartoon knowledge in search of a fitting gift for each other. Dwayne classes…
 
Monkeys are some of the mischievous creatures on this planet, but they are also some of the most intelligent. Learn about the major groups of monkeys, and learn how they are vastly different. Learn about where these groups of monkeys live, and the amazing adaptations that they have developed, such as prehensile tails. Get ready to learn about monke…
 
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