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A podcast for the non-traditional woman. Sophie and Tiana are two unconventional women from opposite sides of the world who are in a loving relationship. Join them as they dive deep into their experiences and explore what it means to be a woman in today’s society. They’ll speak on feminism, LGBTQ+ issues, gender stereotypes, sexuality, emotional maturity, and self-awareness. If you find yourself wanting to design your own life outside of traditional stereotypes, then shifting her experience ...
 
The Texas Appellate Law Podcast, proudly presented by Butler Snow LLP, covers topics of interest to lawyers handling appellate matters in Texas courts and beyond. The podcast demystifies appellate law and pulls back the curtain on the appellate system through conversations with judges, court staff, and top trial and appellate practitioners. Listeners discover best practices and tips for successfully presenting their cases, managing their dockets, and promoting efficiency through legal techno ...
 
The Gartner Talent Angle podcast is a new and exciting approach to talent management. Every month, we’ll talk with those on the forefront of HR innovation — innovators, academics, HR professionals, economists, coaches — to explore the most interesting and cutting edge ideas in the world of HR and people development. Join us as we reimagine talent.
 
Welcome to the Ogletree Deakins podcast page. Here, you can expect to hear timely and conversational discussions on labor and employment law topics covering the latest developments and trending issues impacting employers. We encourage you to subscribe and also rate and review if you find the podcast useful. Contact us with topics you’d like to hear, questions, and feedback at client.services@ogletree.com or follow us on LinkedIn or Twitter (@OgletreeDeakins).
 
Candid conversations about crypto finance. This weekly podcast reveals behind the scenes conversations at a fast-growing crypto financial intelligence startup. Listen to insightful conversations about the crypto markets, blockchain technology, Bitcoin, Ethereum, ICOs, altcoins and more in this podcast for cryptocurrency investors.
 
This is Catalyze, a podcast produced by the Morehead-Cain Foundation at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. With a wink and a nod to the Foundation's two chemist benefactors—John Motley Morehead III and Gordon Cain—“Catalyze” is meant to represent action, movement, and bringing about change. Our conversations with action-oriented alumni and scholars cover Carolina experiences, career evolutions, individual leadership approaches, personal values, and all kinds of stories of trans ...
 
Welcome to the Pure Energy Podcast for members and friends of the San Francisco triathlon community. Pure Energy provides triathlon and endurance training tips; race previews and race reports; interviews of age-groupers, coaches and elite athletes; profiles of triathlon and endurance-related local businesses and organizations; and much more. Thanks for listening!
 
We are two brothers talking openly about anything and everything, including sex and relationships. Come on our journey and join our mission to normalize the uncomfortable and find out you're not the only one with those thoughts.. We want to create a comfortable and inclusive environment to encourage open discussion; but let's face it, sometimes knowledge is weird and awkward, and our conversations will reflect that. Each episode will include some straight-up and honest talk spanning a wide r ...
 
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In this episode, Dr. Aaron Lao talks about his non-traditional journey towards becoming a doctor. He was an active freelance musician in the US, and completed two world music tours, prior to entering medical school. Now a doctor and CEO of his own company, he shares the difficulty of the transition, how he coped, and the lessons he learned along th…
 
In the inaugural edition of our Dirty Steel-Toe Boots podcast series, Phillip Russell explains what listeners can expect from this workplace safety and health podcast. The speaker also provides an update on developments at the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and four considerations for employers in light of OSHA’s increased enf…
 
In this episode, Doc Kirby shares his experience taking an alternate route towards becoming a doctor. Getting into an MD program straight out of high school, he talks about the rigorous selection process, his transition, some regrets, maturity, and important life lessons. – Kirby Plando is a medical doctor currently serving in his hometown of Cotab…
 
Are you planning to take multiple high-stakes examinations in a short period of time? In this episode, Dr. Arvin Tan shares his experience on how he endured taking the PLE, USMLE Step 1, USMLE Step 2 CK, and Occupational English Test in less than 8 months! - Dr. Arvin Tan was also featured on our very first episode – Arvin is a young physician devo…
 
In this episode of our California labor law podcast series, Maria Anastas and Daniel Adlong discuss the impact of the National Labor Relations Board’s (NLRB) recent activity involving unions’ use of Scabby the Rat and the interplay with California’s Moscone Act. The speakers also address recent traditional labor trends in California.…
 
Any serious Texas Supreme Court follower knows that the Court isn’t the only institution in that courthouse. Osler McCarthy, the Court’s staff attorney for public information, is another one. Many court watchers wait eagerly on Friday mornings for Osler’s order summary email before reading the Court’s opinions for themselves. But, that position did…
 
What’s good everyone!! Dr. Renee is back and we got a lot to talk about! In this episode you’ll learn: When do you fully recover from being “post-call”? Space Jam: A New Legacy review & owning your brand NCAA Name Image & Likeness ruling Should residents get big endorsement deals while in training? Facebook group talk about gifting a friend money t…
 
*This excerpt was taken from our 2020 interview. The #MeToo movement has called attention to the prevalence of workplace misconduct. In response, organizations across industries and sectors have had to confront the many risks—legal, reputational, and financial—misconduct and harassment pose to their bottom line. In her book #MeToo in the Corporate …
 
Discrimination and oppression can be an everyday experience for trans people and can affect so many areas of their lives. Today we bring on reality star, activist, and author Precious Brady-Davis to speak on trans issues, being the first trans bride on Say Yes To The Dress, and her husband's pregnancy. Follow shifting her experience on Instagram: @…
 
People often don’t realize the many nuances involved in criminal appeals. Direct appeals are only part of the process. Later writ applications can raise various issues, including ineffective assistance of counsel. This week, Judge Bert Richardson of the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals joins Todd Smith and Jody Sanders to talk about the many differe…
 
Using findings from her two books — “Collective Genius” and “Being the Boss” — Harvard Business School professor Linda Hill, reflects on the elements of leadership that produce innovation. She argues for a view of leaders as social architects, tasked with building cultures and capabilities necessary for their teams to do their best and most creativ…
 
Feels good to be back! On today’s episode, I’m sharing an experiment that I started back in June. I removed the major social media platforms from my main phone and wanted to see how my behavior changed. In this episode you’ll learn: Why I moved social media off my main phone What comparing myself with others on social media did to my creativity Wha…
 
In part 2 of this episode, Gab talks about the pros and cons of distance learning, realizations, and practical advice. He also shares some philosophical insights he has gained throughout a year of medical school online. – Gab Paragas is a Medical Student in the Philippines. Prior to medical school, he has had various experiences in the academe, cli…
 
COVID-19 created both challenges and solutions for courts and legal practitioners. Fortunately, many states, like Michigan, adapted quickly and were able to provide legal access throughout the pandemic. This week, Michigan Supreme Court Chief Justice Bridget McCormack joins Jody Sanders and Todd Smith to discuss her state‘s response and the tremend…
 
Subconsciously, we pace ourselves to finish a task based on how much time we’re given. In this episode, Mike discusses Parkinson’s Law, which explains the relation of allocation of time to completion of work. – Adrian Teves is a young Filipino doctor. While in medical school, Adrian served as a peer mentor, helping freshmen and sophomores adjust sm…
 
*This excerpt was taken from our 2020 interview. Few of us work in roles designed to our personal specifications. In his new book Personalization at Work: How HR Can Use Job Crafting to Drive Performance, Engagement and Wellbeing , Rob Baker argues that employees thrive when allowed to craft their roles to fit their strengths. Baker provides HR lea…
 
What’s good everyone! We’ve all learned that there’s plenty of ways to skin a cat. In the world of personal finance, we don’t get the opportunity to hear opinions from various backgrounds. It’s smart to have an emergency fund, and set a plan for debt payoff. On today’s episode, we’re going to debate should you pay off your debt as quickly as you ca…
 
In the next month or so, the academic year will be opening. Incoming med school freshmen have a lot of questions in mind, especially that classes will be done in an unconventional setup. With very limited experience in distance learning, Mike and Adrian have only so little to share. Fortunately, they were able to invite a friend, Gab, who is an inc…
 
Matthew Hutton, Senior Research Analyst at Philadelphia Works, joins the program to discuss the labor market in Philadelphia and how employers can support employees moving forward as the pandemic restrictions begin to lift. Discover the impact of remote learning on parents and how employers can support workers in creating a work-life balance.…
 
Most legal writers know about Ross Guberman, author and founder of Legal Writing Pro. Ross was one of the first legal writing instructors to work with law firms and practitioners across the country. Ross also developed BriefCatch, a software solution that helps legal writers make their briefs and motions better. In this week’s episode, Ross talks w…
 
In this podcast, Chris Olmsted is joined by special guest Dr. Suzanne Hoffman to discuss the impact of remote work and the COVID-19 pandemic on employees as they return to the office. The speakers identify potential signs of a decline in engagement and morale among employees and offer tips to ease the transition back to the on-site workplace. The s…
 
While technology such as instant messaging and videoconferencing have driven digital productivity, leaders and managers are struggling to effectively communicate with their teams using these tools. Entrepreneur Joe Freed joins the Gartner Talent Angle to share how technologies will reduce cognitive load and enhance culture initiatives. He also shar…
 
What’s good everyone! Dr. Sylvie Stacy, author of 50 Nonclinical Careers for Physicians, jumps on the hot seat to talk about choosing not to practice clinically. Yes, I said it! There are a bunch of medical students, residents, and doctors who deep down know that clinical medicine ain’t for them. Who do they talk to? Where can they find out next wh…
 
Anatomy is arguably the most challenging subject in first year. In part I of this episode, Mike and Adrian shared specific and helpful tips to approach Anatomy. This time, they discuss and answer frequently asked questions on how to study this “difficult” subject. – Adrian Teves is a young Filipino doctor. While in medical school, Adrian served as …
 
In this short, Adrian talks about how it could be counterproductive to focus so much on goals. – Adrian Teves is a young Filipino doctor. While in medical school, Adrian served as a peer mentor, helping freshmen and sophomores adjust smoothly to the rigors of med school life. Adrian is also a passionate mental health advocate, having suffered from …
 
As a practitioner, federal magistrate, and now Tenth Circuit judge, Judge Robert Bacharach has seen many different types of legal writing. Recognizing that legal writing can always improve, he studied both historical writing and oratory alongside the science of psycholinguistics and found a new way to help legal writers better their craft. In this …
 
In this episode of a podcast miniseries in partnership with NOTICED, Justin Tarka and Rebecca Emery discuss the recent push for ethnicity pay reporting in the United Kingdom. The speakers compare ethnicity pay reporting with gender pay gap reporting. The speakers also address the challenges of implementing ethnicity pay reporting and discuss the cu…
 
*This excerpt was taken from our 2020 interview. Culture change efforts often yield little more than a survey assessing current culture followed by ineffective action steps to achieve change. On this episode of the Gartner Talent Angle, Kathleen Hogan, Microsoft’s Chief People Officer, shares how Microsoft not only incites culture change, but also …
 
Sex is a natural aspect of life and a fundamental part of being human. The lack of accurate sex education leads to misinformation on health-related matters such as menstruation, STD awareness, reproduction and fertility, and consent. Today, we chat with sex educator Leeza Mangaldas to get her perspective on the cultural stigmatization of sex and ho…
 
In this follow-up to their podcast on nontraditional employees, Jana Baker and Jim Paul discuss the application of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) to volunteers and student interns, including medical residents. The speakers also address the interplay between the educational institutions and placement sites.…
 
What’s good!!! And oldie but a goodie! Today’s throwback is an episode where Renee and I recorded in the backseat of a taxi cab in Ghana. We were on our way to Lekma Hospital in Teshie. On this episode you’ll hear about what it’s like to do medical missions. We’re also in dire need of a General Surgeon to join us for the upcoming mission August 27t…
 
In this podcast, Michael shares his recording with her friend who inquired about her USMLE Step 1 progress. After learning of her concern that her question bank scores plateaued at 60-70% for each block, Michael shared his techniques on how to improve. At the end of the recording Michael will also share Dr. Kym Sirilan's comments on this episode. –…
 
The inner workings of courts of appeals are sometimes hard to understand from the outside. Staff attorneys play a critical role in screening cases, assisting the justices, and helping the court handle its workload. This week, Todd Smith and Jody Sanders get an inside look at that process from their guest, the El Paso Court of Appeals’ Chief Staff A…
 
In this Gartner Talent Angle podcast, labor market expert Martha Ross explores how non-college-educated talent can excel at organizations with the right on-the-job learning opportunities. She offers tactics for organizations seeking to diversify their recruitment strategies and improve sourcing of underrepresented talent. Martha Ross is a senior fe…
 
In this episode, Michael interviews his classmate, Dr. Kym Yves Sirilan who just took his USMLE Step 1. Dr. Kym gives a quick glance on how it feels like to take the arguably one of the hardest exams in medicine. -- Dr. Kym is a Filipino IMG who hailed from the humble city of Zamboanga. He is an advocate of Gender Equality. His interests include ma…
 
What’s good everyone! Did you know that there is a growing movement of individuals and couples retiring in their 40s and for some even earlier? This is called being Financially Independent & Retiring Early movement. It’s safe to say that joining the FIRE movement requires not just discipline but a huge change in mindset. My next guests are Christin…
 
Anatomy is arguably the most challenging subject in first year. This time, Michael and Adrian share useful tips on how to approach this subject in medical school. Michael also discusses what he would have done differently if given a time machine. - Adrian Teves is a young Filipino doctor. While in medical school, Adrian served as a peer mentor, hel…
 
In this episode, Michael introduces Anki, a very powerful spaced repetition software for learning anything from guitar chords, languages, and to med school stuff! Since time is very precious in medical school, learning more efficiently is a must to survive and achieve our goals. Are you preparing for numerous exams at the same time? Anki makes this…
 
Sheila Boornazian, Vice President of Human Resources and Administration at Philadelphia Works and Uva Coles, Founder and CEO of Inclusiva, join the program to discuss the exciting efforts that have been underway around advancing diversity, equity and inclusion at Philadelphia Works. Discover the differences between diversity, equity and inclusion, …
 
In the June edition of our Third Thursdays podcast series, Ruthie Goodboe discusses Section 8(c) of the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) in the context of a case recently decided by the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia. The speaker explains the distinctions between permitted and prohibited employer communications.…
 
In this podcast, Nonnie Shivers and Jessica Kuester discuss six common types of vaccination incentive programs. The speakers address the employment law concerns raised by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s guidance of May 28, 2021, as well as issues arising under the Americans with Disabilities Act and Title VII of the Civil Rights …
 
*This excerpt was taken from our 2020 interview. In his book Experimentation Works: The Surprising Power of Business Experiments, Stefan Thomke shares that bright ideas and decisive actions alone do not create innovation. Instead, innovation depends on a culture of experimentation which values the science of testing. By stripping big ideas into hyp…
 
We bring on Courtney Revolution, the star of Netflix's The Circle, to chat about gay representation. We discuss Colton Underwood's coming out, LGBTQ+ visibility, and how heteronormativity assumes that there is a certain way to be gay, look gay, and act gay. Follow Courtney on Instagram: @courtneyrevolution Follow shifting her experience on Instagra…
 
What’s good everyone! Let’s go back to Episode 1! You’re going to hear from Dr. Carmen Brown, an OB/GYN who now practices in Australia. She is a southwest Atlanta native who started her medical career in Athens, Georgia. After being fed up with all the typical frustrations doctors have, she and her husband literally closed up shop, packed their bag…
 
In this episode, Adrian and Michael discuss their opinions on how best to approach Pharmacology in medical school. Adrian, with little pharmacology background upon entering med school, talks about his struggles and how he dealt with them. On the other hand, Michael, who holds a degree in pharmacy shares invaluable tips and strategies to tackle this…
 
Over the last year, many employers have responded internally and externally to issues raised by an increasing number of social justice movements. In this podcast, Randle Pollard and Simone Francis address the concerns and considerations that may arise when employers engage in social justice conversations, including the possible implications for tax…
 
Unlike many states, Texas has separate high courts for civil and criminal cases. Criminal practitioners follow the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals closely because its decisions impact criminal law in every corner of the state. As a former appellate prosecutor, Judge David Newell brings a unique perspective to that Court. Judge Newell joins Jody San…
 
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