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Forward Thinking

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Forward Thinking

McKinsey Global Institute

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Forward Thinking examines groundbreaking ways in which the world is evolving and how people and organizations can respond to changing demands and technologies. In each episode theorists, innovators, and business leaders discuss global trends—technology, artificial intelligence, globalization, urbanization, climate change, and more—with hosts Michael Chui and Janet Bush of the McKinsey Global Institute.
 
Black Dog Institute is a global pioneer in the identification, prevention and treatment of mental illness and the promotion of well-being. Our unique approach incorporates clinical services with research, education and the voice of lived experience to reduce the incidence of mental illness and suicide, remove stigma and improve lives. Here you will find all of the Podcasts produced by the Black Dog including Expert Insights, Being Well and Emprac.
 
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Cosmos Briefing

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Cosmos Briefing

The Royal Institution of Australia

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Investigating the key intersection of science and the community – the stuff that actually matters to us – and cutting through the half-truths and inaccurate science that floods the digital domain. Find the science of everything at cosmosmagazine.com
 
Expert Insights by the Black Dog Institute is a series of podcasts each tackling an important mental health topic and providing insight and expert knowledge from and for health professionals. Black Dog Institute is a global pioneer in the identification, prevention and treatment of mental illness and the promotion of well-being. Our unique approach incorporates clinical services with research, education and the voice of lived experience to reduce the incidence of mental illness and suicide, ...
 
Black Dog Institute is a global pioneer in the identification, prevention and treatment of mental illness and the promotion of well-being. Our unique approach incorporates clinical services with research, education and the voice of lived experience to reduce the incidence of mental illness and suicide, remove stigma and improve lives.
 
A podcast for Parents, Sports Coaches, PE Teachers, Support staff and anyone else interested in Youth Athletic Development! Our mission is to support grassroots coaches in the development of youth athletes. Here you'll find interviews with technical coaches, support staff, researchers and former athletes, helping us all to improve our coaching with young athletes.
 
Changing Higher Ed is dedicated to helping higher education leaders improve their institutions. We offer you the latest in higher ed news, as well as some of the top experts in our profession who share their perspectives on how you can grow your institution. Your host, Dr. Drumm McNaughton, is a renowned leader and pioneer in strategic management systems and leadership, and one of a select group with executive leadership experience in academe, nonprofits, government, and business. Over the c ...
 
The Digital Banking Podcast is powered by Tyfone. Tyfone is a dramastically better digital banking provider. Our appeal is unique, we collaborate closely with our customers and the banking ecosystem in an open approach coupled with a powerful user experience that helps “get things done”! On our podcast you will hear how digital banking plays a leading role for community minded financial institutions from the unique perspectives of our industry expert guests.
 
A Podcast dedicated to exploring India's Colonial past and its legacies in the contemporary world whilst appreciating its journey. Hosted by @omeribnhaq. We're on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook @indiacolonised. Read more about us and our work on www.indiacolonised.com
 
Stock Market Update is a daily podcast that equips its listeners with daily market updates which amplifies their knowledge and interest in the capital markets. This is an initiative taken by the Stock Market Institute, a pioneer in stock market training in India, whose motto is to spread financial literacy https://stockmarketinstitute.org/
 
Fifth Season of the Global Wellness Summit Podcast Features One-on-One Conversations with Summit Keynoters, Wellness Icons, Authors, Designers & Disruptors Guests include Dr. Jeffrey Rediger, Author of CURED; Dr. Sharon Malone, Women’s Health Expert and wife of Former Surgeon General Eric Holder; Joanna Frank, CEO of Center for Active Design; Dr. Howard Murad, Skincare Pioneer; Abby Brody, Education Disruptor; and Clodagh, Pioneer of Design for Well Being. November 11, 2021 -- Get to know so ...
 
Whether you explore the oceans as a snorkeler, scuba diver, freediver or tech diver, Dive In has something for you. The show is filled with diving news, feature interviews with guests from around the world, interesting dive topics, ocean advocacy and more. The podcast is a light-hearted show hosted by avid divers that examines issues relevant to divers and the oceans. Guests on our show have included talented local underwater photographers, record breaking freedivers, world-renown cave explo ...
 
An inspiring moment for the self, a toolbox for amplifying our creativity, critical gaze and imagination, and an opportunity for personal growth: hosted by Moleskine Foundation CEO Adama Sanneh, “CREATIVITY PIONEERS” is a podcast that looks at the role of creativity as a tool for personal and social transformation. We engage in conversations with unique creative minds from all over the world - from Johannesburg to Paris, from Berlin to Milan, from Harare to New York City - to explore and exp ...
 
A podcast about the intersection of public health, cultural history, and war in Kansas. School closures, mask mandates, infection waves, front line workers, debates over the disease’s origin, disparities in health care access, quarantine fatigue. All of these descriptions could easily apply to both 2020 and 1918. In the midst of the current Covid-19 pandemic, many have started looking back to the last global health catastrophe of this magnitude - the 1918 influenza pandemic, also known as th ...
 
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The much-anticipated 26th UN Conference of the Parties – COP26 – is over, and the response to its agreement is mixed. Some say the path to net zero is inexorable; others feel that much remains to be agreed. In Australia, a dominant theme is that private enterprise and state governments are taking the lead on the path to net zero in the absence of a…
 
In this episode of the McKinsey Global Institute’s Forward Thinking podcast, co-host Janet Bush talks with Hayaatun Sillem. She is the chief executive officer of the Royal Academy of Engineering in the United Kingdom—the first woman to serve in that role—and of the Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering. She also serves as chair of judges for The St…
 
Joanna is President & CEO of the Center for Active Design in New York. They’re a non-profit on a mission to promote health through design in the real estate and landscape we inhabit. Now, they’re the licensed operators of Fitwel, the world’s leading certification system for optimizing buildings for health. The movement started in the late 1800s whe…
 
On this week's podcast, we go on an audio of tour of Fishers Peak State Park, with park manager Crystal Dreiling. As we stopped at a few different locations in the park, Dreiling describes each site, and what amenities are planned. We also discuss the on-going planning process for the park, how the public can be involved in the process, and a timel…
 
The festive season is a time of celebration but it can also be a period of high stress for those of us working in mental health. The festive season can mean preparing for the shutdown of a private clinic whilst ensuring that our clients are well-supported in our absence. It can also mean managing higher rates of grief, trauma, and isolation in our …
 
The festive season is a time of celebration but it can also be a period of high stress for those of us working in mental health. The festive season can mean preparing for the shutdown of a private clinic whilst ensuring that our clients are well-supported in our absence. It can also mean managing higher rates of grief, trauma, and isolation in our …
 
The Best Australian Science Writing is an annual collection of – that’s right – the nation’s best science writing. This year a mixture of experienced authors and newcomers have come together under the editorship of Eureka prizewinning-writer Dyani Lewis. Today Dyani talks to three of BASW 2021’s writers. Freelance science writer Bianca Nogrady, con…
 
Welcome to Dive In The Podcast, your favorite podcast about all types of diving, SCUBA, Tec, Freediving, and more, we cover it all. Every week on Monday we post new episodes filled with diving news, interesting dive topics, ocean advocacy, and much more. Join Justin, Nic, April, and Amit the hosts of Dive In: The Podcast. Guests: Demis Farrugia dss…
 
Nicolai Morris is a strength and conditioning coach with Men and Women's Hockey at the New South Wales Institute of Sport. Nicolai also works with Tokyo Olympic Silver Medalist High Jumper Nicola McDermott. Previously, Nicolai worked as an S&C specialist with High Performance Sport New Zealand as the lead of the New Zealand women's hockey team, and…
 
In this episode of Guftagu, we've with us Dr Himanshu Jha, author of the book, "Capturing Institutional Change: the Case of the Right to Information Act in India". Dr Himanshu Jha is a faculty in the Department of Political Science at the South Asia Institute, Heidelberg University, Germany. His major interests could be located in the areas of poli…
 
Credit unions use technology and a personalized approach to ensure the best member experience. Even with this winning combination, it’s still a challenge to stand out in a market where major banks dominate. In this episode of the Digital Banking Podcast, host Josh DeTar welcomed Shannon Ellis-Brock, the COO at Puget Sound Cooperative Credit Union. …
 
Today we have a special podcast that showcases a program initiated by the Royal Institution of Australia’s Education platform. In Class With is a series where we ask students from all over the country to ask eminent scientists questions. Professor Fiona Wood, the inventor of spray-on-skin and a world-leading burns specialist, and speaking to you fr…
 
Distinguished Professor Chennupati Jagadish, based at ANU, has been named as the next president of the Australian Academy of Science. Jagadish is a world-renowned physicist and nanotechnology pioneer; he’s the first Australian of Indian heritage to lead the country’s premier science organisation. He was born in humble circumstances in Andhra Prades…
 
Dr. Jeffrey Rediger is a Harvard professor, medical doctor, psychiatrist, and the author of “Cured: The Life-Changing Science of Spontaneous Healing.” His pioneering work studying recovery from terminal illness has been featured on The Oprah Winfrey Show and The Dr. Oz Show. In this episode, he lays out his pillars of wellness and invites us to get…
 
On this week's podcast, Bob and co-host Kevin talk about who they're thankful for this Thanksgiving and how they affect their love of the outdoors. Also, they discuss some troubling comments on social media that seem to promote a sense of entitlement and elitism from a small minority of trail users. Why do some users feel that only they should have…
 
Today we bring you a recording from the Nature Festival in Adelaide earlier this year where a panel of Bruce Pascoe, Aboriginal Australian writer of literary fiction, non-fiction, poetry, essays and children's literature; Major "Moogy" Sumner, a world-renowned performer and Ngarrindjeri cultural ambassador; artist Sonya Rankine; writer and curator …
 
Alex Davis is an AIDA Freediving instructor, competitive freediver with 11x national records for Barbados and spearfishing guide. He also owns and operates the freediving school and spearfishing outfit, Freediving Barbados. Welcome to Dive In The Podcast, your favorite podcast about all types of diving, SCUBA, Tec, Freediving, and more, we cover it…
 
Jake is a strength and conditioning coach and applied sports scientist. He has extensive experience within academy, team and individual sport settings and has worked with athletes, male and female, both developing and elite. Jake has enjoyed a varied career which has afforded him opportunities to live and work interstate and internationally, having…
 
Soil carbon sequestration seems like a win for everyone: it improves soil quality, removes CO2 from the atmosphere, and provides an additional source of income for farmers via carbon credits. It forms a major part of the federal government’s plan to reduce emissions to net zero by 2050, with one official estimate suggesting that up to a fifth of ou…
 
In this episode of the McKinsey Global Institute’s Forward Thinking podcast, Michael Chui talks to Byron Auguste and Beth Cobert whose professional life is dedicated to fostering a more skills-based labor market. Their focus is on the United States, but their diagnostic can just as easily apply to other countries and regions. Both worked at McKinse…
 
Kicking off the fifth season of the Global Wellness Summit podcast is an illuminating discussion of all things design with pioneering design icon, Clodagh. Turns out, open space, objects, sounds, people, materials, smells and energy -- or the lack thereof - has a deeply profound impact on our wellbeing. Also joining us is guest co-host, Veronica Sc…
 
This week's guest is Christopher Aaby, the Executive Director of the Catamount Institute, one of the participating non-profits in the 2021 IndyGive campaign. Bob and Chris discuss the mission and goal of the Catamount Institute to engage and connect kids with the outdoors with school programs, summer camps and more. The IndyGive campaign helps the …
 
Zandile Ndhlovu is a South African scuba diver, freediving instructor, founder of the Black Mermaid Foundation through which she advocates for creating diversity in women's diving and ocean spaces. Zandi is also a passionate ocean advocate as well as 2021 NEWF and Jackson Wild Virtual Summit Fellow. Welcome to Dive In The Podcast, your favorite pod…
 
What do your genes say about your risk of disease? We want to know what types of diseases we, and our children, are susceptible to so we can to our best to mitigate them. When we hear about our own risk of genetic disease, it can be frightening, but it may not mean what it seems. In reality, genetic disease is highly complex, especially when multip…
 
Lachlan Wilmot has been working in the fitness industry going on 17 years, working with both the general population and elite level athletes. After completing a Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Science, Lachlan continued his education, completing his Honours thesis in Sports Science. Lachlan spent 8 years as the Senior Athletic Performance Coach spec…
 
Podcast Summary Dr. Drumm McNaughton interviews Mark Lombardi, president at Maryville University, about the institution’s culture of innovation. Podcast Highlights Innovation in higher education involves starting with the end in mind, i.e., identifying the end point and ending date, and then allowing people to innovate with a focus on bringing the …
 
For financial institutions to evolve and improve member experiences, it’s important to introduce new technologies. However, it’s important to consider new technologies from a strategic perspective as well. Too often, FIs jump to implement the latest new feature. And organizations chase after new “shiny objects” hoping to meet the requirements of me…
 
Australian palaeontologist Professor John Long has spent a lifetime expanding what we know about ancient animals, especially fish from the Devonian age, about 400 million years ago. John grew up in Victoria and was educated at Monash University. His fossil expeditions have taken him throughout Australia and to places as diverse as Vietnam, Iran and…
 
On this week's podcast, Bob's guest is Diane Stine, the Development Director for the Colorado Springs Pioneer's Museum, which is part of the 2021 IndyGive campaign. They discuss the research resources available to the public from museum staff, what kind of artifacts are in the museum has, and their educational programs, and special displays, such a…
 
Podcast Summary Dr. Drumm McNaughton interviews Dr. Russell Lowery-Hart, president at Amarillo College, about how to successfully transform a higher education institution to meet the needs of today’s students in a way that that results in improved persistence and graduation rates. Podcast Highlights To successfully navigate the current environmenta…
 
Remote and wild, Antarctica is a spectacular place that most people on Earth won't ever get to. But it's a frontier for scientific research – and something we are very passionate about as The Royal Institution of Australian is the Australian Antarctic Division’s Education partner. Today Cosmos journalist Lauren Fuge speaks to Professor Nicole Webst…
 
Lilly Ryzebol is a competitive Canadian National Record Holding freediver. Lilly has used freediving to overcome personal grief and fear of the water. Having fallen in love with the sport, she enjoys exploring caves, shipwrecks and under the ice on a single breath as well as creating content for social media. Welcome to Dive In The Podcast, your fa…
 
Josh Fletcher is 'The Practitioner Wellness Guy'. He currently works for Hintsa with an F2 racing driver, previously EXOS with the Special Forces, Elite sport in India, English Institute of Sport and in Professional Rugby. Recently he has dedicated his core business "Career Blueprint" to supporting performance practitioners in taking control of the…
 
Now, more than ever, it's important to communicate science in an engaging and accessible way - but using traditional media isn't the only way. Today, Cosmos journalist Lauren Fuge speaks to science communicator, Rachel Rayner. With a degree in Liberal Studies majoring in Physics and Art History & Theory, and a background in strategic marketing, eve…
 
Colorado Springs City Forester Dennis Will is the guest on this weeks podcast. What does the city forester do? How long has the city had it's own forester? How many trees are in Colorado Springs? Why do some trees grow here, while others don't? These, and more questions are all answered in this lively and informative podcast. Colorado Springs Fores…
 
Will the future of psychological therapy combine the best of digital interventions with clinician expertise? A growing body of evidence in this space indicates that when used well, digital interventions in conjunction with therapy can enhance patient progress and maintain treatment momentum between sessions. This Expert Insights session explores th…
 
Will the future of psychological therapy combine the best of digital interventions with clinician expertise? A growing body of evidence in this space indicates that when used well, digital interventions in conjunction with therapy can enhance patient progress and maintain treatment momentum between sessions. This Expert Insights session explores th…
 
Professor Fred Watson AM has been a fixture of Australian astronomy for decades, perhaps best known for his work promoting and explaining science and astronomy on television, radio and through publications. In addition to a long career at the Australian Astronomical Observatory and now as astronomer-at-large for the Department of Industry, Innovati…
 
Ron Waxman is the owner of Benthic Scuba in Windsor Ontario, a PADI Course Director, rEvo rebreather instructor and a passionate wreck diver. Welcome to Dive In The Podcast, your favorite podcast about all types of diving, SCUBA, Tec, Freediving, and more, we cover it all. Every week on Monday we post new episodes filled with diving news, interesti…
 
Clive Brewer is the Performance Director for the Center for Coaching Excellence / Assistant Professor of Sports Science at ETSU. He consults internationally, supporting Olympic Athletes such as Galen Rupp in his preparation for 2021 Olympics. Clive also leads on coach development education programs internationally - for example, the restructure of …
 
When we move off into the interplanetary expanse, we will still need to be well fed. But food isn’t exactly abundant in space, or on other planets like Mars. The answer? Space crops. But what are the challenges of growing plants in space? And how could we develop crops to support long-term space habitation? Today, Cosmos journalist Dr Deborah Devis…
 
In this episode of Guftagu, we've with us Dr Ghee Bowman, author of the book, "The Indian Contingent: The Forgotten Muslim Soldiers of Dunkirk". Dr Ghee Bowman is a historian, teacher and storyteller based in Exeter, England. He has also worked in the theatre, for NGOs and in education in the UK and around the world. This book, his very first, spra…
 
Geoff Knapp, Chief Growth Officer at Allied Payment Network, argues that community FIs are hanging onto a life ring, fighting for their lives in the golden age of opportunity. In this episode of the Digital Banking Podcast, host Josh DeTar sits down with Geoff to talk about how younger clients are disrupting the banking industry by opting for megab…
 
Slaying Moloch, starting the first crypto art registry, Bowie Bonds, Data markets and data unions with Ocean Protocol's Trent McConaghy Trent has been very influential to our thinking. There are few people who can talk with such fluency on matters we care about, even better build compelling alternatives. In this we discuss how he and his wife Masha…
 
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