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Smart, witty, and thoughtful political conversations that break from the limits of the 24-hour news cycle and the 280 character limit. Listeners will come away with a deeper understanding of the history and implications of the issues that shape us and our environment, anchored in discussions about public policy, and supported by research. Open to Debate is a space for agreeable disagreement based on the belief that such exchanges are essential to the health of our democracy.
 
We believe that every employee makes a difference within their organization. Everyone wants to learn and improve - regardless of title or position. We know that everybody is busy - and personal development can easily take a back seat. That's why we put together a weekly podcast focused on personal development and core business skills. In about 10 minutes a week, you can learn something new and start to put it to use at your job immediately. Your personal growth is important to us - come join ...
 
This podcast centers on Mindset and how it relates to performance. Whether you are a proathlete or amateur, your mindset is the main determining factor of how far you can go. Come explore great content geared to challenge, grow and educate you on how powerful the mindset you employ really is. Hear practical tips and key takeaways from pro athletes in every arena as well as from your host, Mario Arroyave. Mario is a Catagory 1 Cyclist and owner of Utmost Performance where he coaches athletes ...
 
Gartner ThinkCast puts you at the intersection of business and technology with insights from the top experts on how to build a more successful organization, team and career in the Digital Era. Join us every other Tuesday to get your competitive advantage. View all Gartner ThinkCast episodes at https://www.gartner.com/podcasts/thinkcast
 
Marriedpreneur Life, the podcast, is a weekly podcast where we -O.L. and Sway Buckley- Marriedpreneur Mentors, share our journey on all things marriage, marketplace and ministry. After 20 years of friendship + 10 years of marriage AND doing business the WRONG way, we’re now sharing our lessons of living purposefully and profitably in sync the RIGHT way- God’s way. Doing business with brands/influencers like CHASE Bank, Mark Cuban and in wealth management, we’re bringing it all to the table.
 
The Squarepeg podcast invites autistic women, and trans and nonbinary people, to explore navigating a neurotypical world and share their insights, challenges and successes. I hope that these conversations will be inspiring and thought provoking, open you up to new ways of thinking about being neurodivergent, and help you feel more connected to a worldwide community of people with similar experiences.
 
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 ...
 
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.
 
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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Jeremy Parker, Co-founder and CEO at Swag.com, discusses why data is an important skill and the future of work. Welcome, today’s guest Jeremy Parker! Everyone loves swag. Don’t have any? We discuss why you should buy swag for your employees. What you’ll learn from this episode: Before we talk about anything else, how did Jeremy secure the domain na…
 
As the UK asks people working from home to get back to the office, a new survey out here shows that office workers are actually “more satisfied in their jobs than non-office workers”. 'Skills Consulting Group's Work Wellbeing survey', it's been reported, looked at '1600 staff and human resources managers' and in terms of dissatisfaction in the work…
 
ANZ is predicting 3 OCR hikes by the end of the year, and 5 by this time next year. This is off the back of our unemployment rate dropping from 4.7 per cent to 4 per cent yesterday. Kate Hawkesby asked Rival Wealth financial advisor, Tim Fairbrother if the Reserve Bank has messed this up? LISTEN ABOVE…
 
The black market of e-bikes is heating up. E-bike insurance claims have doubled in value over the past year, to $225,000. E bikes are worth up to $10,000, and currently included in your content insurance. But at this rate, surely that's set to change. E-bike retailer, who actually once stole back his own stolen e-bike, Maurice Wells, spoke to Kate …
 
Award winning author and personal finance journalist Cameron Huddleston joins the show to discuss the uncomfortable realities of managing parents' finances through end of life care and after their death. From wills, power of attorney documents, to simply knowing where your parents have all their bank accounts, Cameron offers some practical advice o…
 
I extend thoughts and prayers for cyclists this morning. It looks like their precious bridge crossing may be confined to the scrap heap. As is was predicted moments after it was announced, and got an almost unanimous negative response – gosh even some cyclists thought it was a dumb idea, it’s likely now it’ll never happen. Grant Robertson yesterday…
 
There is a common feeling when you complete two interviews for a job, just to be told they'll let you know if you've made it to a third? A LinkedIn post of a job-hunter talking about how multiple interviews for a job drives talent away has gone viral, with one company asking him for nine interviews. 4 or 5 rounds of interviews can be common in New …
 
Reviewing the use of formal police warnings, may be just one small piece in a very large puzzle of justice reform. New Zealand Police will review its Formal Warning policy after the High Court found the warnings have no basis in law and are a breach of the Bill of Rights. Warnings can affect a person's employment prospects, without them actually be…
 
Online scams are becoming more slick and sophisticated. But when we think of those more likely to get caught up in scams, we mainly think of elderly people. But that's not always the case. A new study from the UK says nine in ten parents are concerned about their kids falling victim to online scams. Online safety operations manager at Netsafe Sean …
 
In this special three-part series, ThinkCast gives listeners a glimpse behind the scenes into what it takes to create some of Gartner’s most notable research. In this second episode, host Kasey Panetta is joined by Frank Buytendijk, Distinguished VP and Gartner Fellow, the co-lead of the Gartner Maverick Research program to talk about what maverick…
 
Let’s start with a little celebration: This is the 50th episode of Open to Debate! Thanks to each and every one of you for listening. We look forward to many episodes to come. For this milestone moment, we are excited to welcome a special guest to help us navigate the question: What is the state of Canada’s courts? Plus, as a bonus, we get into the…
 
So, a poll comes out which sees Labour drop 10 points, and voila, seasonal workers are on their way back in. I'm not sure how much detail of what's in those polls gets given to the parties in advance, but we can assume based on what happened next, that Labour had the tip off on one particular question. The poll included a question about what more t…
 
A lot of evidence has pointed to how successful a four day working week is in increasing productivity, as well as avoiding burnout. Well there's been a massive development in the United States. California congressman Mark Takano has submitted a bill for Congress to introduce the four day work week for California. Congressman Takano told Kate Hawkes…
 
A move to allow more seasonal workers into the country, is being seen as an important piece of the puzzle for kiwifruit growers. From next month, seasonal workers from Covid-free Samoa, Vanuatu and Tonga can come to New Zealand without quarantine. Kiwifruit Growers chief executive Colin Bond told Kate Hawkesby even with the change, they may still b…
 
It’s a very rare thing to find someone who has never been dissatisfied with their job. There are, of course, a range of intensities when it comes to dissatisfaction. On one end, you might have a bad encounter with someone at work and feel dissatisfied with the situation. On the other end, you may have the Sunday Night Blues – dreading the thought o…
 
Jesse interviewed every employee at YNAB, asking them about a wide range of topics -- how they heard about YNAB, what they are working on in their roles, and their money struggles and successes. In today's Behind the Scenes episode, YNAB insiders answer the question: what's the budget doing for you lately? Sign up for a free 34-day trial of YNAB at…
 
The Human Rights Commission’s inquiry into housing is to clarify for central and local government and local iwi what the right to a decent home means in New Zealand. They say successive governments have failed when it comes to housing. Deputy CEO of Community Housing Aotearoa Chris Glaudel told Kate Hawkesby his expectations of the review will help…
 
I was incredulous at the news we’d had a breach in protocols during the transfer of the Covid patient from Fiji. I shouldn’t have been, it was always a possibility, and perhaps one of the reasons the medics were so against the transfer in the first place. But to hear that a “PPE protocol incident” had occurred and ended up lumping a health worker i…
 
Frustration from senior doctors about the Government's ongoing pay freeze for high-income public sector workers. Members of the Association of Salaried Medical Specialists will begin stopwork meetings today, to discuss their pay and working conditions. It comes as nurses prepare for strike action this month after rejecting their latest pay offer. E…
 
Kiwi high jumper Hamish Kerr has given a strong account in his Olympic Games debut, jumping 1cm below his personal best to finish 10th in a competition that will be remembered for its unique ending. In a rare turn of events, Qatari star Mutaz Essa Barshim and Italian Gianmarco Tamberi shared the gold medal, clearing a height of 2.37m. Neither of th…
 
Wildfires raged Sunday near Turkey's holiday beach destinations of Antalya and Mugla as the discovery of more bodies caused the death toll to rise to eight. Residents and tourists fled the danger in small boats while the coast guard and two navy ships waited out at sea in case a bigger evacuation was needed. Authorities warned tourists and resident…
 
We are going to talk about Black Office Anxiety. What is it? Black Office Anxiety is the space most professional black employees are dealing with at this very moment. It is the scenario laid out by the pandemic of black employees feeling anxious about returning to the office as the COVID restrictions are lifted in most states. For the past year, mo…
 
What we’ve seen with the transfer of this Covid patient from Fiji is very simple. It's not a medical decision, it's a political one. The medical decision was made by the DHBs, the Director of Health, the Ministry of Health. The medical decision was no. But then politics got involved. Helen Clark, it's widely asserted, (and she hasn't denied it), st…
 
HBO Max has just released a 12 episode series parodying the life of Prince George, yes, the eight year old. It navigates the trials and tribulations of being a royal child But critics are accusing HBO of taking cheap shots at a child. Royal family commentator Victoria Arbiter joined Kate Hawkesby. LISTEN ABOVE…
 
New Zealand may be taking on extra risks -- by allowing a Covid-19 patient to be transferred from Fiji to New Zealand for treatment. The woman arrived at Auckland Airport last night, before being transferred to Middlemore Hospital. She's understood to be a high-profile World Health Organisation staffer, medevaced under a UN agreement. Auckland Univ…
 
Tramways Union drivers in Wellington have accepted a fourth pay offer from NZ Bus, bringing an end to months of wrangling over their collective agreement. The long-running saga has resulted in stop-work meetings, a strike, and a lockout. This afternoon NZ Bus confirmed in a statement a new collective employment agreement has been settled on with it…
 
We’ve been at this for years. Creating, curating, and building systems that would nearly automate our development has been a long process (and we’re still in it). However, we are finally at a place where we can share insight that will help streamline your legacy building as well. This is why we’ve created the Marriedpreneur Operating Systems! Just …
 
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