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The Mind Tools L&D Podcast is a must-listen for anyone involved in Learning and Development or Human Resources. The weekly show features regular appearances from the Mind Tools team plus special guests to get right to the heart of issues affecting the L&D and HR communities. From learning needs analysis and evidence-based practice through to the impact of technology on work and hot topics at industry conferences, you'll get critical insights into the world of work, performance and learning.
 
The Imperfect Buddha podcast explores the world of contemporary Western Buddhism mixing in banter with analysis, no holds barred discussion, and guest interviews. We shun Ted style talks in favour of in-depth discussion and interviews that have room to breathe. The podcast has a host site which features articles and essays on contemporary Western Buddhism, as well as show notes for each episode. Follow the link to find out more: http://imperfectbuddha.com The podcast is sponsored by O'Connel ...
 
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Cruise Muses

Marisa Hawkes & Kris Embrey

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Cruise Muses discuses topics related to the Cruise Industry. With the show's host Marisa; a cruise ship entertainment veteran "Do you really want to know what is goes on below the guest cabins?" along with her co-host Kris; a VIP of the same cruise line who's taken every tour offered. Both ladies offer their unique and different perspectives to cruising, from the tourist point of view to Marisa's hands-on knowledge and professional onboard work experience. If it's your first time sailing or ...
 
Dead Men Do Tell Tales is a bimonthly podcast produced by two pathology residents interested in becoming forensic pathologists, Drs. Jordan Taylor (JET) and Nicole Croom (Nic). Forensic pathology is a medical subspecialty that focuses on determining the cause, manner, and mechanism of death. Forensic pathologists help organize and work closely with death investigators to piece together a person’s final moments. Each episode, JET and Nic engage in an in-depth conversation about a forensics-re ...
 
Nerd For A Living explores the lives and careers of people working in pop-culture and genre entertainment industries, like Comics, Video Games, Animation, Publishing, Film, and Television. The bi-weekly episodes feature interviews with working professionals in nerdy career fields, plus N4AL speaker panels recorded live at major comic conventions across the US. Hosted by Adron Buske, with co-host Wendy Buske.
 
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Published in 2003, Michael Lewis' Moneyball charts efforts by the Oakland Athletics baseball team to use analytics and statistical methods to assemble a competitive team on a comparatively small budget. This week on The Mind Tools L&D Podcast, Ross G, Owen, Ross D and Nahdia share their thoughts on the book and it's relevance to L&D and HR professi…
 
Today in the Abyss, we're gathering around the dinner table for a spoiler-filled discussion of Hailey Piper's cosmic horror short story, "Recitation of the First Feeding," from her collection, Unfortunate Elements of My Anatomy. We also talk about James Gunn's The Suicide Squad, Stephen King's Billy Summers, Star Wars: Light of the Jedi, Clarkson's…
 
With President Biden's announcement of his updated recovery plan, private and public companies in the United States have found themselves in the center of the nation's renewed effort to control the COVID-19 pandemic. Even prior to that, company leaders were grappling with how to safely return to work and what kind of requirements could be placed on…
 
Creativity in online learning, agile learning frameworks, the role of HR, and business ethics are just some of the topics we tackle on this week's show as we answer questions from the audience. Mark Baker asked: Do you think as face-to-face trainers move into more virtual learning, is there a risk that they lose creativity in their learning experie…
 
As COVID-19 cases continue to rise in parts of our country, students are heading back to the classroom and much of the workforce are heading back to the workplace. Meanwhile the politicians and the public health officials are embattled over guidelines for doing so safely. In this special live recording for our Health Law Live series, we are joined …
 
This week in the Abyss, we're unburying a zombie apocalypse splatterpunk classic for our in-depth, spoiler-filled discussion of Philip Nutman's Wet Work! Before we bite into the meat of this week's book, we talk a bit about Beau Johnson's Brand New Dark, David James Keaton's She Was Found In A Guitar Case, the latest issue of Vasterian, Unfortunate…
 
Creating videos for training purposes is easy; launch a smartphone camera app and hit record. Creating effective pieces of drama that allow viewers to make their own meaning through compelling storylines and characters is not so easy. However, it is a skill that learning designers can study and put into practice. This week on The Mind Tools L&D Pod…
 
Author Jeff Strand joins us in the Abyss to discuss the classic Stephen King story of autocannibalism, "Survivor Type." Before we get to that, though, we talk a bit about Brennan LeFaro's debut novel, Slattery Falls, Beau Johnson's Brand New Dark, Bourdain: The Definitive Oral Biography by Laurie Woolever, Matt Wildasin's Melancholia, and Nick Cutt…
 
Editor’s Note: With school online due to COVID-19 and social distancing measures being implemented across the country, things will sound a bit different here at the Emerald Podcast Network as we navigate recording from separate physical spaces. We’ve got limited recording technology, so join us as we figure this out.Students at UO run businesses pr…
 
Editor’s Note: With school online due to COVID-19 and social distancing measures being implemented across the country, things will sound a bit different here at the Emerald Podcast Network as we navigate recording from separate physical spaces. We’ve got limited recording technology, so join us as we figure this out.\The group reviews "Button City"…
 
The pandemic has been both a trigger and an opportunity for reflection and ultimately, change. We've had to forget, or "unlearn" our old ways. This week on the The Mind Tools L&D Podcast, Gemma T and Ross D are joined by Mark Gilroy to discuss: what 'unlearning' is the link between unlearning and curiosity how we can help each other to "unlearn" ef…
 
The Abyss crew gather around the campfire for a spoiler-filled discussion of Lisa Quigley's Camp Neverland, an Unnerving Rewind or Die novella! We also talk about Nicholas Cage's Pig, our initial impressions of Kindle Vella, Beyond the Book of Eibon from Death Wound Publishing, and Netflix's Fear Street Part Two: 1978 and Part Three: 1666! (Recorde…
 
What is organisational learning? Is it the same thing as people in organisations learning? And how does it overlap with learning culture? This week on the The Mind Tools L&D Podcast, Ross D and Nahdia are joined by Nigel Paine to discuss: what 'organisational learning' actually means the difference between organisations that learn and individuals t…
 
In 2020, almost 70,000 Americans died of an opioid related overdose. It is a public health crisis that knows no boundaries, including race, wealth or even the pandemic. In the past year, the court system has seen some massive settlements against drug makers for their roles in this crisis. But what does this mean for families suffering from addictio…
 
This week in the Abyss, we welcome a new co-host as author Villimey Mist (The Banquet, Nocturnal Blood) joins the show! We are also joined by a guest, author Joshua "Squishy Sensations" Marsella (Severed, Scratches), to discuss Steven R. Boyett's classic, and sadly out of print, short story "Emerald City Blues," as featured in Midnight Grafitti. We…
 
Editor’s Note: With school online due to COVID-19 and social distancing measures being implemented across the country, things will sound a bit different here at the Emerald Podcast Network as we navigate recording from separate physical spaces. We’ve got limited recording technology, so join us as we figure this out.Content Warning: This episode di…
 
Editor’s Note: With school online due to COVID-19 and social distancing measures being implemented across the country, things will sound a bit different here at the Emerald Podcast Network as we navigate recording from separate physical spaces. We’ve got limited recording technology, so join us as we figure this out.Content Warning: This episode de…
 
Welcome to Turning Tunes! Join Trever Bolton and Julian Wyatt as they discuss new singles and albums.For this episode we’ll be going into new singles by Soccer Mommy, Lala Lala, and James Blake, as well as albums we’ve been enjoying by Clairo, Kitty Craft, Spellling, Wells Fargo, and much more! Spotify Playlist Link:https://open.spotify.com/playlis…
 
'What did you think of the trainer' and 'How was the lunch?' These are two questions we won't be asking today, as we get stuck into effective learner surveys. Ross G and Owen are joined by Gent Ahmetaj, Head of Research at Mind Tools for Business, to discuss: the problem with traditional learner surveys the features of an academically robust survey…
 
This week in the Abyss, we're discussing the recent volumes of Shūzō Oshimi's manga, Blood on the Tracks, Nick Kolakowski's latest release, Absolute Unit, from Crystal Lake Publishing, Django Wexler's rock 'em, sock 'em giant fighting robots of Hard Reboot, Disney+'s Loki, the return of Milestone Comics, and comic book controversies. Then, we pull …
 
Today we talk about the CDC's new cruise ship colour-coding system to show the status of suspected or confirmed cases of COVID-19. We also discuss how many cases there are and Norwegian's decision to take only vaccinated guests, which a Florida judge ruled in favour of. For more info about the color-coding, visit: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/20…
 
Over the last two years, L&D has been forced to adapt to rapid, unprecedented change. As learning leaders find new ways of supporting their organizations, is now the perfect time for them to rethink their learning strategy? This week on the The Mind Tools L&D Podcast, the two Rosses are joined by Michelle Ockers to discuss: what we mean when we tal…
 
From immanent Buddhism to cruel optimism, from secular subjectivity to the unconscious material running through your personal practice, today's episode features a returning guest in the figure of Richard K. Payne who is here to discuss his latest work and the contributions made by many great authors thinking deeply and critically about contemporary…
 
Author Nicole Cushing (A Sick Gray Laugh, The Sadist's Bible) joins us for an in-depth, spoiler-filled discussion Edgar Allan Poe's classic short story, "The Tell-Tale Heart." Before that, though, we talk a bit about Jeff Strand's Pressure, Christine Morgan's Trench Mouth, transgressive literature, the Christopher Walken-led film, Communion, Twin P…
 
'Jobs To Be Done' (JTBD) is a framework that can be used to define consumer needs and identify how to meet them. In this week's Mind Tools L&D Podcast, Ross G and Owen are joined by aNewSpring's Ger Driesen to explore how this can be applied to learning design. We discuss: what 'Jobs To Be Done' is examples of Jobs To Be Done how to apply this fram…
 
Editor’s Note: With school online due to COVID-19 and social distancing measures being implemented across the country, things will sound a bit different here at the Emerald Podcast Network as we navigate recording from separate physical spaces. We’ve got limited recording technology, so join us as we figure this out.Content Warning: This episode de…
 
Author Tyler Jones (Criterium, The Dark Side of the Room) joins us for a spoiler-filled discussion of Joe Hill's short story, "Last Breath," from 20th Century Ghosts. Our Week In Horror looks back on James Newman's latest novella, Ride or Die, Richard Laymon's Island, additional thoughts on the Cooties Shot Required anthology from Broken Eye Books,…
 
Folx, we've made it another year (surviving COVID, the end of residency, and the beginning of fellowship along the way)! So enjoy a few short tales of dumb ways people have died over the ages - from the time of Charles the Bad to modern-day "doing it for the 'gram"! Follow us on: - Twitter @deadmendo - Instagram @tthedeadtelltales - Facebook @ Dead…
 
We tend to assume that, faced with the same problem on separate occasions, professionals will typically arrive at the same judgements — doctors will make the same diagnoses, mortgage lenders will set the same rates, judges will hand down the same sentences. But is professional judgement really as reliable as we think it is? This week on the The Min…
 
Editor’s Note: With school online due to COVID-19 and social distancing measures being implemented across the country, things will sound a bit different here at the Emerald Podcast Network as we navigate recording from separate physical spaces. We’ve got limited recording technology, so join us as we figure this out.Janelle and Nolan discuss "Resid…
 
Editor’s Note: With school online due to COVID-19 and social distancing measures being implemented across the country, things will sound a bit different here at the Emerald Podcast Network as we navigate recording from separate physical spaces. We’ve got limited recording technology, so join us as we figure this out.Recent Oregon legislation leads …
 
While Richard is away, Michael and Matt take control of the Abyss for a spoiler-filled discussion of their co-hosts debut short story, "Beyond the Triangle," as published in the anthology, Dark Words: Stories of Urban Legends and Folk Lore, edited by Jamie and Matt Wildasin. Before that, though, we talk about summer horror reads, the Broken Eye Boo…
 
It's been 17 months since we last spoke to authors Mark Britz and James Tyer. Since then, the world has shut down - on multiple occasions - and many of us have been working from home on a long-term basis. In this context, how do we make organizations 'social by design'? Ross G and Owen are joined once again by Mark and James to debate. We discuss: …
 
Nintendo announces an OLED capable Switch revision, Atari vows to return to creating “premium” video games, and legal thriller "Lost Judgement" runs into (somewhat) thrilling legal troubles.OLED switch model announced.https://www.nintendo.com/switch/oled-model/ Atari Owners move away from mobile games and casinos to refocus on “premium” titles.http…
 
Elle Turpitt, editor and co-runner of Divination Hollow Reviews, joins us this week for a spoiler-filled discussion about S.H. Cooper's short story, "A Key For Any Lock," from the charity horror anthology, We Are Wolves. Before we get to that, though, we take a look back at our Week In Horror and talk about Zack Snyder's Army of the Dead, Michael's…
 
Covid-19 has had a dramatic impact on L&D, super-charging existing trends and forcing learning leaders to re-evaluate pre-pandemic practices. More than a year into 'the new normal', how have perceptions changed within the profession? This week on the The Mind Tools L&D Podcast, Ross D is joined by Gent Ahmetaj and Nahdia Khan to discuss our 2021 L&…
 
Welcome to Turning Tunes! Join Trever Bolton and Julian Wyatt as they discuss new singles and all that new music.For this episode we’ll be going into new singles by Unknown Mortal Orchestra, PinkPantheress, and HOMESHAKE, as well as new albums by Novacane, The Mountain Goats, Tyler, The Creator, Faye Webster, and much more! Amazing!Spotify Playlist…
 
Alex, Janelle, and Nolan discuss the status of Elder Scrolls VI, Dan Houser’s new studio, and the recently announced partnership between Bloober Team and Konami.Elder Scrolls 6 still in design phasehttps://www.videogameschronicle.com/news/its-good-to-think-of-elder-scrolls-6-as-still-in-a-design-phase-says-todd-howard/amp/?__twitter_impression=true…
 
The Navajo Nightmare authors, David Sodergren and Steve Stred, join us to discuss their collaborative horror western, their writing process as a team, and the importance of picking whose name goes first on the cover. Before all that, though, we take a look back at our Week in Horror with thoughts on Spiral: From the Book of Saw, S.A. Cosby's Razorb…
 
Lots of organisations use survey tools to listen to employees, or capture 'employee voice'. But then we hear that no action is taken, or leadership teams don't know what to do with the results. Is there a better approach? On this episode of The Mind Tools L&D Podcast, Ross G and Owen speak to James Anderson and Donna Hamilton from employee listenin…
 
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