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Join us, That Wellbeing @ Work Show, as we discuss the explosion of the employee wellbeing industry which has taken place in the last three years. Employee wellbeing no longer means having a healthy option in the canteen, a subsidy at the local gym and a cycle to work tax-break. Mental health, work life balance, flexible working and the 4 day week have all shot up the agenda. But like any area that has grown so quickly, wellbeing often lacks science; is subject to faddery; taken over by jarg ...
 
Service industry business expert Brian Harding draws upon his many years of experience to share insights, strategies, tactics, and ideas to help business owners in service industries (like contractors, home and auto repair services, IT providers, CPAs, and B2B businesses) overcome challenges in their businesses. Brian takes on a wide range of topics small business owners face with growth, delegating, customers, employees, and processes, as well as the internal struggles and fears small busin ...
 
After being censored on every other platform, a laymen’s political podcast by conservative working men has become a bastion of free speech. Our show gives you, the listener, the ability to join in on our weekly discussions of the current political news cycle. This is Blue Collar Black Listed, where regular people won’t be silenced at the expense of leftist ideologies. You can also shoot us an email with any questions, suggestions or topics you’d like discussed at: info@commonmanscommonsense. ...
 
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Success 2.0

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Success 2.0

CJ McClanahan, Speaker, Author, Recovering Overachiever

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In order to achieve great things, you need absolute clarity about where you want to go and why. It’s time to determine where you are now so the path to greater productivity becomes clear - CJ will help make that happen. Succes 2.0 is for the executive, entrepreneur, and business leader to find out what uniquely drives you to be more successful. Through interviews and conversations on specific topics, you’ll unlock the ultimate source of energy and motivation to help you cut down distractions ...
 
Are you interested in building a more diverse workforce? Join us as we delve into the experiences of well-known DEI experts in implementing DEI programs at leading organizations. Listen to get inspired on how to roll out DEI initiatives in your organization.
 
Our Armed Forces operate in challenging environments. Each episode, Service men and women share their stories. Hosted by Company of Makers co-founder Steve Bomford and former submariner Mike Davis-Marks. Company of Makers exists to support Veterans and their partners who are struggling to transition from military to civilian life, no matter how long ago they left the Forces.
 
In our quest to help create a world without inequality, poverty and war, we share insights gained through our work about leadership, psychology and creativity. You will also hear conversations with ordinary people who do extraordinary things due to their increased awareness, curiosity and intuition, plus their deep connection with others.
 
Hosted by Mike Spivey, founder of the Spivey Consulting Group, the Status Check covers life and wellbeing plus all things law school and admissions. Our admissions advice comes from our Spivey Consulting team — who collectively have over 220 years of experience working in law school admissions offices including Harvard, Yale, Columbia, Chicago, and Penn — and covers how to get into the best possible law school you can, plus news and predictions about the current state of law school admissions.
 
All things digital for the HE, FE, and broader education sector - bought to you by SMILE (wearesmile.com) - dedicated to helping universities and colleges become more authentic, timely, and personalised through creative services and tools. If you’re involved with digital for the education sector - and looking for news, insight, and opinions - you’re in the right place!
 
Maximize your personal and #OrganizationalPotential with the Human Capital Innovations (HCI) Podcast! We're your source for personal, professional, and #OrganizationalGrowth and development. We share our own original #Research, explore #IndustryTrends, and interview executives and thought leaders from across the globe. Join us for practitioner-oriented content around all things #Leadership, #HR, #TalentManagement, #OrganizationalDevelopment, and #ChangeManagement. Podcast Rankings: #5 Workpl ...
 
Welcome to Deliver The X podcast. I'm Rob Dube, President and Co-Founder of imageOne, and during our podcast, we'll learn how extraordinary teams deliver extraordinary customer experiences. My business partner Joel Perlman and I met in grade school. In high school, we started selling Blow Pop lollipops out of our locker. We'd buy them for a nickel and resell them for a quarter. Of course, that was a pretty nice profit margin, but more importantly, we just really enjoyed taking care of the ki ...
 
Welcome to the Massad Method Show! I’m Mary-Ann Massad, CEO of Knowsys Group, a global IT Management Consulting and Solutions firm. I’ve lead and managed a multi-million dollar company and advise Fortune 500 companies on how to solve their most challenging technology and business problems. I’m also the author of Move from Employee to CEO of Your Own Destiny, a how to book on starting, building, and selling your business. The Massad Method deconstructs world-class skills to create, manage, an ...
 
I only thought I was an entrepreneur before. Before I even really knew what entrepreneur meant. Today we hear a lot of people use the terms “self-employed” and “entrepreneur.” It seems like it’s the new fad. It’s the next cool thing. The only problem is no one really knows who to follow. The Internet is full of these gurus who haven’t built anything. Everywhere you look on Instagram you see people flashing suits and “stacks” and cars, standing in front of enormous houses... The only problem ...
 
Steven Cerri, in the EngineertoLeader podcast, reveals years of experience, tools, skills, knowledge, information, and perspectives that will allow you to create, build, and advance the engineer, scientific, or technological career you want. No matter where you are in your engineering career, just entering the workforce or 20 years into your technical career, or even if you are manager, there are tools, skills, and knowledge that can leapfrog your career to where you want it to be NOW. You c ...
 
Natalia designs and facilitates leadership and personal development sessions. She creates tools from several modalities that get you immediate results, drawing from her work at GE and her experience in business performance and innovation, and her background in Neuroscience and Organizational Psychology. Follow her on LinkedIn to access additional materials.
 
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Such Good Words

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Such Good Words

Andrew Elliott & Dominique Saunders

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Such Good Words is a comedy podcast where two friends discover and discuss Xena: Warrior Princess, the 90s hit television show, as they venture through the series as first time Xena viewers. Every other week, Dominique and Andrew talk you through each episode, covering the highlights, the goofs, the sociology of brarbrarian life, the perverse, the filth - ensuring that both new comers and die-hard fans of the series learn the ultimate Chakram toss tactics, and have a sticky, goof-soaked good ...
 
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The Motor Trade Association's calling for a cash for clunker car scheme to be extended to all New Zealanders. As part of its plan to drive down emissions the government has announced a trial scheme for up to 2500 cars. It will target lower to middle income families, giving them a financial incentive to shift to a low emissions vehicle as long as th…
 
Agriculture was a major winner in the Government's plan to cut emissions, despite farmers having yet to pay a cent into the pot of money set aside for climate spending. Industrial energy and transport were the other focus areas for the Emissions Reduction Plan, finally released today, which will see major shake ups in every sector of society. Our C…
 
It's been dubbed the "little butchery in the middle of nowhere". A traditional German sausage outlet is stopping traffic in remote North Taranaki. Bratwurst Bros has set up shop alongside State Highway 3 at Uruti - just under an hour's drive from New Plymouth. Our Taranaki Whanganui reporter Robin Martin went to get a taste of the action.…
 
The children's commissioner says a spike in young people behind the wheel in ram raids is driven by families living in a "total state of hopelessness". Judge Frances Eivers says child welfare and criminality are social issues and increasing poverty cannot go ignored. The latest victims of ram raids are questioning what happens once young offenders …
 
Cyclist Olivia Podmore's mother Nienke Middleton told Checkpoint she is impressed with Cycling NZ's response to the newly-released damning report. "They do seem sincere and wanting to address those issues. So hopefully it can they can deliver on that. "They basically do seem to be acknowledging... that there does need to be change, and there's cert…
 
Surgeries around the country have been called off and appointments cancelled as tired and frustrated allied health workers strike over pay. If you're wondering what exactly an allied health worker is - they're basically the health staff who aren't doctors, nurses or midwives. They're lab techs, dental therapists, physios and - as one sign put it - …
 
A cash for clunkers scheme is part of the government plan to drive down emissions. It's starting with a trial of up to 2500 cars, targeting lower to middle income families. They'll get a financial incentive to shift to a low emissions alternative, in exchange for scrapping their old vehicle. About $20 million will go into a trial where low income N…
 
Cycling New Zealand and High Performance Sport New Zealand are apologising for "unresolved trauma" and vowing to do better after the release of another damning report into cycling's high performance culture. 104 pages of findings and recommendations have been released in a scathing report - commissioned by the two organisations after the suspected …
 
The government has unveiled it's first Emissions Reduction Plan of $2.9 billion, with a focus on transport. The sector is one of the largest sources of emissions in New Zealand - making up 17 percent of total greenhouse gases. Over the next four years, more than a billion dollars will be spent on increasing electric vehicle uptake, cycleways and im…
 
We have the questions to ask, the red flags to look for, the actions to take, the sounds to listen for...just continue! Does your child's school have a DEI (Diversity Equity Inclusion) employee or director? Is your child's school part of the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS) or Southern Association of Independent Schools (SAIS)? ht…
 
In this HCI Podcast episode, Dr. Jonathan H. Westover talks with Murray Sabrin about his book, Navigating the Boom/Bust Cycle: An Entrepreneur’s Survival Guide. See the video here: https://youtu.be/EgcnQxCYnhI. Murray Sabrin, PhD, (https://www.linkedin.com/in/murray-sabrin-46190439/) is emeritus professor of finance at Ramapo College of New Jersey.…
 
Living a life with purpose. In this 10 minutes episode, we share some of the insights from our work supporting leaders. You can not find your purpose as it is not something outside of us; it shapes through our life experiences. The more you connect with yourself and listen to your inner voice, your decisions and actions will be aligned with your pu…
 
Matt has a big update: the official trailer for his documentary “What Is A Woman?” drops today. Become a member to watch the premiere on June 1st (the first day of Pride Month). This is the one documentary the Left doesn't want you to see because it exposes the real harm to women and children caused by their radical gender ideology. Watch the trail…
 
In this HCI Podcast episode, Dr. Jonathan H. Westover talks with Stephen Halasnik about accepting change, scaling your business, and lessons in leadership. See the video here: https://youtu.be/Go6Ws530OUU. Stephen Halasnik (https://www.linkedin.com/in/stephen-halasnik/) is a serial entrepreneur that has built 7 companies over the last 25 years with…
 
Today on the Matt Walsh Show, Amy Coney Barrett’s neighbor has some great advice for the protesters who showed up at her house. Also, the pro-life organization whose office was burned and defaced now reveals the hateful messages that leftists have been leaving since the attack. And a self-professed “queer surgeon” defends his practice of chopping t…
 
In this HCI Podcast episode, Dr. Jonathan H. Westover talks with Don Ransdell and Dan Barker about organizational change and how building consensus/direction takes notable leadership. See the video here: https://youtu.be/JQMPAcSQdxs. Don Ransdell is a Senior Executive with deep experience in providing strategic, fiscal, and operational leadership. …
 
A British socialite and footballer's wife has faced a barrage of accusations in a court case she brought herself. Rebekah Vardy has accused Coleen Rooney of defamation - after Rooney named her as the source of leaks about her and her family. Vardy's taken her to court but in the process has had to make several embarrassing confessions. Worldwatch's…
 
A new police retail crime unit is identifying and targeting some of the countries worst shoplifters who are brazenly stealing tens of thousands of dollars worth of goods. Retail NZ estimates there's a billion dollars a year in loses from retail offending. The initiative was announced by the Police Commissioner late last year but is only just up and…
 
Te Pāti Māori wont stand a candidate in the upcoming Tauranga by-election due to safety concerns. The party says a string of racist incidents in the city, including a white nationalist leaflet drop, and death threats have led them to opt out of the race altogether, and in doing so protect their mana. But others already in the running say it's an in…
 
Filling up the trolley is filling plenty of people with dread at the moment, as food prices continue to rise. Supermarkets are vying for customers with price freezes and discounts - but what's the best way of getting the most out of the food we buy. Our reporter Louise Ternouth and camera operator Marika Khabazi went to find out.…
 
Doctors, unions and recruitment firms are getting behind the call for nurses to be part of the new fast track for residency. Migrant nurses must be in the country for two years, before they can apply for residency. However the aged care sector, which is losing nearly half its staff each year to hospitals or overseas, is bitterly disappointed the go…
 
Bromley residents suffering the ongoing smell of poo will be airing their grievances with the Christchurch mayor and councillors at a neighbourhood meeting tonight. The local wastewater treatment plant and two large filters were gutted in a fire last year. Work to remove the rotting material will begin next month but its too little too late for man…
 
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