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A new series from Broccoli Productions exploring the true story of British involvement in the transatlantic slave trade and how it touches every part of the nation. Hosted by Moya Lothian-McLean, a journalist and descendent of both Black African Slaves and White slave owners or overseers.
 
"Big Ideas Into Action" is the relaunched podcast from the World Resources Institute, bringing you the big ideas that combat the world's most pressing environmental and developmental challenges. You'll hear the voices of those meeting the challenges on the ground across the globe and find out about the way we're finding the answers and translating them into action. We'll be podcasting in series of six to eight at a time, once a week, with occasional special episodes to add our insights and a ...
 
This podcast is about what HR can be. If you are a professional looking for innovative, thought provoking information in the world of human resources, come join us! Human Resources is such a dynamic role, that if we don't constantly adapt and change, we will be left behind. This podcast explores the new world of work, and how HR can drive change for the better. In this podcast, Kyle Roed covers various topics with other business leaders disrupting the world of work. This podcast will focus o ...
 
Welcome to Ditch the Suits, where reformed planners get real about the stuff no one in the financial world wants you to know about. If you are interested in learning from successful business owners on how you can better manage your family’s wealth while protecting it from financial exploitation, then stick around and join co-hosts Steve Campbell and Travis Maus for this unapologetic and thought-provoking no-holds-barred banter.
 
Humanoid Resources is an improvised podcast about the operations of the HR (Humanoid Resources) Department aboard the fictional U.S.S. Spaceship, in the year 2667. A human from 2016, a tiny alien and a robot interview the ship's inhabitants and make funnies. Told through the lens of crazy professors, rogue government agents and sensible graduate assistants finding tapes in the present day, this podcast is worth every penny. Because it's free.
 
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Over the past 12 months there's been a lot of talk about the future of work, some of it designed to make a bigger splash, some of it ill-considered and some of it downright impractical. A lot of it has subsequently been retracted. Denis Barnard gives a cursory glance at some of the things that have been said. Website: https://www.greenrivertechnolo…
 
This week on Limited Resources Marshall and Luis do two full VOW draft walkthroughs for you! Both a best of 1 and a best of 3 draft in their entirety are covered on this episode, that way you can follow along with the guys and see what picks you would take in their seat! Arena draft open info: https://magic.wizards.com/en/articles/archive/news/dece…
 
Our modern workforce is suffering. For too long, organizations and leaders have sought success through a focus on efficiency and productivity, and it’s costing us dearly. Workplace bullying and abuse has reached epidemic levels―along with high rates of burnout, staff turnover, and mental illness. Clearly, something needs to change. In Humanity Work…
 
This series of ACT2025 podcasts from the World Resources Institute looks at climate from the point of view of vulnerable countries. In this podcast we hear an evaluation of the outcomes from the COP26 conference, from Preety Bhandari, Senior Advisor in WRI’s Global Climate Program and the Finance Center. She was interviewed by Molly Bergen. ACT2025…
 
Over Coffee® is on Thanksgiving-week hiatus. Please enjoy this rebroadcast of one of our most popular episodes of 2021. “There’s room for everybody,” says iRobot STEM Program Manager Lisa Freed. She’s talking about–coding a robot. And if you’ve never exactly seen yourself doing that , the programmable STEAM toy iRobot Root® might just change your m…
 
Listen here https://www.simpleenglishnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/Kabaddi.mp3 Courtesy of indiankabaddi.org/ Kabaddi is a contact sport that originated in India. It is played between two teams of seven players. The object of the game is to score points by sending a single player, raider, to the opposing team’s half of a court to touch as man…
 
In this week’s episode, host Daniel Raimi talks with Kim Stanley Robinson, acclaimed author of many books, most recently “The Ministry for the Future.” Robinson’s books vividly illustrate some of the most devastating potential consequences of climate change, but that’s not all they do—the books also offer innovation and optimism, imagining the ways…
 
This week on Limited Resources Marshall and Luis give you their top 5 commons for each color, talk about the latest LR vs LoL Showdown, talk about how their opinion has changed on VOW, Marshall talks through his MTG Las Vegas experience, and more! LR is brought to you by FTX: FTX.US for US based customers and FTX.com for outside the US. Check out t…
 
The issue of theonomy has been a perennial question – how do we understand, interpret, and apply the law of God in its original context, as well as the present day? Beginning with the basics, Joe Boot examines the origins and assumptions of the theonomic perspective, explaining that at its root, theonomy is a view of Christian ethics that seeks to …
 
In this episode you’ll hear Colin Smith, senior pastor of The Orchard Evangelical Free Church in Chicago Illinois, speaking at the 2019 FIEC Leaders’ Conference. Colin drew leadership principles from John chapter 10. You can watch a video of this talk and access further resources on the FIEC website.…
 
Dave Carhart, VP of People at Lattice, a market-leading people management platform, joins to take a closer look at performance management in the current working environment. Listen as he offers tips for finalizing year-end reviews and goal setting for the upcoming year, and shares how technology is changing the process of people management as we kn…
 
Show intro (00:27) Exposing catchy internet headlines (2:40) Breaking down the top internet search results for best investments to make and making sense of suggestions that don’t make any sense Putting investment recommendations in context, talking about Robo advisor platforms, and understanding what constitutes an actual investment idea to conside…
 
Its very simple search in podcast apps is not great. But search on a website is actually pretty good thanks to our good friends at Google. One of the things that can really make your podcast grow is by writing better headlines. And today, I've got a great tool that I just bought and couldn't wait to share with you. One of my top pet peeves is when …
 
Have you been missing Human Resources? Us too! Our new series will be coming soon but if you're looking for a podcast in the meantime, we think you'll really love We Were Always Here. Our new weekly documentary series explores the history of the UK AIDS pandemic from the perspective of those most marginalized communities. These are stories of loss,…
 
Chile has often been praised as an example of how to use natural resources to foster economic growth. The industry is now at a crossroad - and Chilean society has made it clear that it expects to see more tangible benefits from it. Will it succeed? Our guest today has had a remarkable trajectory at the top of Chile’s copper industry: Diego Hernánde…
 
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