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At Research in Practice, we bring together academic research, practice expertise and the experiences of people accessing services. We then apply this knowledge to develop a range of resources and learning opportunities, as well as delivering tailored services, expertise and training. We work closely with professionals across the children, families and adult sectors to ensure our work is truly sector-led and responds to the most pressing issues.
 
"Be Empowered and Empower On" by checking out WinHers United!! WinHers United contains leadership insight, personal experiences, and business expertise from leading WOC Entrepreneurs. Discussion Topics Include: ✅ Self-Discovery ✅ Self-Leadership ✅ Mindset ✅ Personal/Professional Lessons Learned ✅ The Landscape for Women in Business ✅ Self-Care ✅ Personal/Professional Productivity ✅ Success Strategies WinHers United Provides: ❗️Opportunities to Make Business Connections ❗️Personal & Professio ...
 
What do boats, diffusion, and breakfast possibly have to do with culture? A whole lot, according to King Price’s culture expert, Marno Boshoff! Welcome to the ‘A word from the king’ podcast. Here, we explore the many facets of workplace culture in light of King Price’s 1-of-a-kind culture model. Learn how to balance culture and strategy, make the switch from ‘have to’ to ‘want to’, and intentionally design a company culture that inspires and motivates everyone who walks through your business ...
 
Dr. Christian Zepp is an expert for sport psychology, a researcher and lecturer whose motivation it is to help his athletes, coaches, teams, and students take the next step in their athletic, mental and personal development. Based on his experiences as an athlete, national team coach and his applied work with many elite athletes, coaches and teams from different countries in the world, he shares with you tips, tricks and strategies to develop an optimistic attitude, have powerful habits, and ...
 
Welcome to Luxury Real Estate Talk, where you get expert advice on buying and selling Luxury Real Estate. Learn from the best and brightest real estate agents, brokers, and other professionals, as they share real-life stories about the art and business of listing, marketing, selling, and buying high-end homes.Through casual but insightful conversations, the Talk’s host Rob Jensen will help you master your understanding of the luxury real estate market.Rob is the President and Owner/Broker of ...
 
Palm Springs Wedding Experts - A Podcast hosted by professional photographer Erica Mendenhall. Interviewing the top professionals in the industry, Erica brings an informative resource to the couples planning their wedding. With almost two decades of experience, Erica also shares her tips, timeline suggestions and much more. Join this community of wedding pros and learn how to plan your dream wedding in sunny Palm Springs and beyond! SEASON 2 now on YouTube! Support this podcast: https://anch ...
 
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“Do a good job every time, and people will gain that trust. People will share your name around, and [you will] get more leads. That’s how the business can grow.” – Nasutsa Mabwa During Season 8 Episode 8 of WinHers United the podcast Nasutsa Mabwa, President of ServiceMaster Restoration By Simon, talks to us about the difference between franchise o…
 
Hannah Scott, Research and Development Officer at Research in Practice and registered social worker, talks to Social Work England’s Regional Engagement Lead, Catherine Witt, who is also a registered social worker. In 2020, as the first renewal period opened with Social Work England as the new regulator for social workers, we recorded a podcast with…
 
At King Price, we firmly believe that happy staff = happy clients = a happier SA. So, in this episode of ‘A word from the king’, culture specialists Marno Boshoff and Ilze Herbst look at how the experiences of employees affect client experiences, and why you should consider taking an ‘employee first’ approach in your own business. Our Culture · Sup…
 
While culture is vital for success in the workplace, it’s important to define what success means for your team to ensure that you’re on the right track. In this episode of ‘A word from the king’ King Price’s Marno Boshoff explains why it’s important to define what ‘winning’ looks like to your company, and how that ultimately influences your culture…
 
Katy Shorten, Research and Development Manager for adults’ services and Dyfrig Williams, Head of Learning discuss available and upcoming Research in Practice resources on digital social care. Katy examines the learning that we can draw from new ways of working and shares useful resources that can inform practice. Listen on our website: https://www.…
 
“The difference between a poor launch and a successful launch is promotion. You have to properly promote yourself!” – Nikki Coner During Season 8 Episode 7 of WinHers United the podcast Nikki Coner, CEO of Packaged To Profit, talks to us about being in alignment with our assignment, creating our customer avatars, and finding out where our customers…
 
“I love myself more than any other thing, I keep myself as a priority for me, I choose to honor myself first!” – Falak Shaiikh During Season 8 Episode 6 of WinHers United the podcast Falak Shaiikh, CEO of Falak Shaiikh, talks to us about unblocking subconscious beliefs, love addiction, co-dependency, and how perception shapes our views. She also sh…
 
“Give yourself some grace and self-care, luxurious self-care.” – Dr. LaFarra Young During Season 8 Episode 5 of WinHers United the podcast Dr. LaFarra Young, CEO of LaFarra & Co., talks to us about paying attention to ourselves, and the things we put in and on our bodies. She also shares insight on using our transferable skills when moving from one…
 
This episode was funded by listeners like you. For more details on how to help support our podcast and gain access to exclusive content, please see our Patreon page. Show Notes: In this bite-size research episode, Megan discusses research on delayed vs. immediate feedback in the classroom. Like with many effective learning strategies, what students…
 
Hannah Scott, Research and Development Officer at Research in Practice and qualified social worker speaks to Kerry Chatterje who works as an Intermediary for an organisation called Triangle. They discuss the role of an intermediary and how it is not uncommon in social work to be involved without the social worker present. Listen on our website: htt…
 
“You have to let people know how it resonates, how it connects, and why they should care.” – MaKara Rumley During Season 8 Episode 4 of WinHers United the podcast MaKara Rumley, CEO of Hummingbird Firm, talks to us about engaging others via open communication. She also shares insight on the residual effects of operating in excellence, the importanc…
 
Mary Robson, Research and Development Officer at Research in Practice, speaks to Hedi and Hilary from Older Women’s Co-housing (OWCH). They talk about the experience of living as part of a co-housing community at New Ground, a new purpose built block of 25 self-contained flats in North London.This conversation offers unique insight into their exper…
 
“You only live once, and you only live now! So, let’s get out and do what we have been putting off.” – Andrea Foy During Season 8 Episode 3 of WinHers United the podcast Andrea Foy, CEO of Andrea Foy, LLC, talks to us about becoming an author. She also shares insight on the importance of having a personal development plan, putting our personal safe…
 
What’s the ‘law of diffusion’ and how does it translate to the workplace? Find out it in this week’s episode of ‘A word from the king’ with King Price’s culture expert, Marno Boshoff. In this segment we explore how the workplace adapts to culture and how the law of diffusion can create change among those who adopt culture throughout different stage…
 
Dez Holmes, Director of Research in Practice and Wayne Reid, BASW England’s Professional Officer, Social Worker and Anti-Racism Visionary discuss the key issues highlighted by Wayne in a presentation on promoting anti-racism in social work. Listen on our website: www.researchinpractice.org.uk/all/content-pages/podcasts/racism-intersectionality-priv…
 
“My overall mission is to bring healing, hope, and health to women.” – Trynette Lariba During Season 8 Episode 2 of WinHers United the podcast Trynette Lariba, CEO of Curvy Fit Chicks, talks to us about the many dimensions of wellness. She shares insight on the importance of self-mastery and aiming for excellence in all we do. Trynette encourages u…
 
This episode was funded by listeners like you. For more details on how to help support our podcast and gain access to exclusive content, please see our Patreon page. Show Notes: In Episode 57, Cindy interviews Kathryn Desmarais, a Senior Director of Global Education Solutions at Johnson & Johnson. (You can check out her LinkedIn profile here.) In K…
 
In business, it’s not all smooth sailing… But, with the right culture model on your side, you can help even out the waves and make ‘the boat go faster’ in terms of output and performance. King Price’s Marno Boshoff explains how: Our Culture · Super Cheap, Strangely Simple저자 King Price Insurance
 
“A COO connects the pieces of the business vision and makes it a reality.” – Stephanie Marquardt During Season 8 Episode 1 of WinHers United the podcast Stephanie Marquardt, CEO of Continuous Synergy, talks to us about being a Fractional COO. She shares insight on the importance of operational management and how a COO helps CEOs work on their busin…
 
Let’s face it… Nearly every team and business has wondered about how to improve their company culture at some point. And, while some might say that this is an impossible task, culture evangelist, Marno Boshoff, tends to disagree. According to him, it’s all about intentionally designing your company culture and rejecting the ‘default’ model rearing …
 
Does culture really eat strategy for breakfast? Better yet… Should it? In this segment of ‘A word from the king’ we look at how culture, strategy, and structure interact and how finding a balance between them could help take your business to new heights. Our Culture · Super Cheap, Strangely Simple저자 King Price Insurance
 
Ever wondered how you can get your employees to make the switch from ‘I have to’ to ‘I want to’? In this episode, King Price’s Marno Boshoff explains how team dynamics and a happy workplace are key to this transition. He also explores the balance between this shift and company culture. Check it out: Our Culture · Super Cheap, Strangely Simple…
 
First impressions matter… Especially when it comes to that first day on the job. King Price’s recipe for engaging employees and creating insiders from the get-go? A fun and interactive induction programme! Forget ‘blah’ HR processes, this unique approach to welcoming newbies provides new employees with a hands-on experience of the company, its cult…
 
Ah, culture… A word that companies use all over the world. But what does it *really* mean to have a unique culture at work? And how can you make it happen in your own organisation? In this episode, experienced culture evangelist, Marno Boshoff, explains how King Price has gained a competitive advantage by establishing a 1-of-a-kind culture and brin…
 
Julie Wilkinson, Senior Research and Development Officer at Research in Practice, speaks to Wayne and Diane about their experiences of working with Love Barrow Families. They talk about what it was about Love Barrow Families that helped them to make changes in their lives. They discuss the importance of kindness, compassion, honesty, accepting peop…
 
Katy Shorten, Research & Development Manager at Research in Practice, talks to Dr Danny Taggart, Principal Psychologist, Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse and Academic Director Doctorate in Clinical Psychology, University of Essex.They consider why it is important to be thinking about the experience and impact of the COVID-19 pandemic thr…
 
This episode was funded by listeners like you. For more details on how to help support our podcast and gain access to exclusive content, please see our Patreon page. Show Notes: In Episode 56, Cindy interviews Andrew Watson (@AndrewWatsonTTB), author of The Goldilocks Map and founder of Translate the Brain. If you are interested in ordering a copy …
 
Resilience is necessary to persevere in life and entrepreneurship! Gabby Goodwin is an inventor, mentor, speaker, and the Co-Founder of Confidence. Gabby became a kidpreneur at only 7 years old via her invention Gabby Bow. Gabby is super amazing and has received numerous accolades since becoming an entrepreneur such as being named the 2015 South Ca…
 
How we look at things determines what we see! Choosing to be realistic yet hopeful is a gem that can help us along the way. Tae Lee is known as the Money Maximizer. She is an International Best Selling Author, Speaker, Coach, and Financial Literacy Trainer. Tae’s goal is to impart financial knowledge on others so they can experience successful entr…
 
Listening is an art that is extremely powerful! By listening to ourselves as well as others we can learn SO much! Dr. Carolle Jean-Murat is an Intuitive Optimum Health Consultant, Multi Time Best Selling Author, and Spiritual Healer who helps clients, doctors, and patients heal without the knife. Dr. Carolle started her career as an Obstetrics and …
 
Accepting defeat is the easy way out! It is much harder to keep pushing and decide that you will achieve. Sabrina Tucker-Barrett is a mentor, STEM advocate, and the founder of Girls for Technology - which is a non-profit organization focused on closing the gender gap in Technology and Engineering. Via Girls for Technology Sabrina has been able to i…
 
Everyone has value, and deserves to the opportunity to be heard! Constance Woulard is a best-selling author, motivational speaker, and nursing educator. Constance has worked in the healthcare industry for over 25 years which inspired her to start AWG Consulting, providing nursing consultative services to healthcare agencies and long-term care facil…
 
This episode was funded by listeners like you. For more details on how to help support our podcast and gain access to exclusive content, please see our Patreon page. Show Notes: In episode 55, Carolina interviews two students who have been heavily involved in inclusivity in education, Ally Lloyd and Anna Gallagher. Together, they co-lead The Luna P…
 
When faced with adversity we build muscles. The key is to continually activate those muscles, so we can improve our lives. Tracy Young is an International Best Selling Author, Life Coach, and Trainer who founded Heart Aspirations. After living through the adversity of foster care Tracy decided to go back into the child welfare system to impact chan…
 
Susannah Bowyer, assistant director at Research in Practice, talks to colleagues from the NSPCC about what they’ve learned from supporting children and families during the pandemic. They share their experiences of responding to the immediate needs of children and families when the first national lockdown was announced, and what they’ve learned sinc…
 
Many times opportunities are disguised as frustration, if we are open minded enough to see past what we are experiencing. Rozalynn Goodwin started her business, Confidence, alongside her daughter Gabby based on this exact premise. After realizing that nothing existed to solve the problem she had with losing her daughter’s barrettes daily, and being…
 
We were created to thrive, not merely survive. But, it is up to us to take ownership of our being. Adrienne Pearson believes that we need to put the oxygen mask on ourselves before we can fully help and serve others. She is adamant about teaching and empowering women of color to live life to the fullest by starting within. Adrienne is an Educator w…
 
Miriam Antcliffe, Research in Practice Research and Development Officer, speaks to John-George and Darren who share their personal stories of accessing their care files as adults. Part two makes recommendations to practitioners about good recording.저자 Research in Practice
 
Miriam Antcliffe, Research in Practice Research and Development Officer, speaks to John-george and Darren who share their personal stories of accessing their care files as adults. In part one, they describe the emotional journey of accessing their care file as an adult.저자 Research in Practice
 
On March 8th throughout the world women are recognized to raise awareness about the advancement of women, and as a call you women equality. On this International Women's Day, WinHers United is bringing you a bonus episode in celebration of this day. During this episode you will hear about: Women’s History Month WinHers United's 3 Year Anniversary W…
 
Life is filled with ups and downs, and it is pivotal for us to hold on while we go through. Satwinder Isser found herself by helping others, and doing the inner work needed while she was going through tough times. Satwinder is a Coach Healer who leads coaches and healers into transformation via her company She Rise Academy. Satwinder stopped by Win…
 
For some of us, life has not always been easy. We had to and at times still have to deal with many forms of pain. What separates us, is the role we allow pain to have in our lives. Nia Ridgle is a Licensed Mental Health Therapist who helps her clients via restorative healing. Nia stopped by WinHers United the podcast to enlighten us on her journey,…
 
This episode was funded by listeners like you. For more details on how to help support our podcast and gain access to exclusive content, please see our Patreon page. In today's episode, we feature one of our patrons, Bob Reuter. Show Notes: In Episode 54, Megan interviews Josh Ling and Jesse Mao, the co-founders of Podsie. Podsie is a nonprofit org…
 
Change begins with us, but first we must realize that we have the power! Rhodesia Ransom is a Justice Leader, City Council Member, and the Co-Founder of Sow a Seed Foundation. During this episode of WinHers United the podcast, Rhodesia shares her insight and experience in relation to effecting positive change in our community, as well as in our per…
 
We have everything inside of us to reach our maximum potential, but we have to do the work to get there. It requires quieting the negativity and having the courage to assert ourselves. Dorothy P. Wilson empowers women to Unbox! She is an Author, Brand Strategist, Coach, Publisher, and Founder of Gulf Coast Woman. Dorothy stopped by WinHers United t…
 
This episode was funded by listeners like you. For more details on how to help support our podcast and gain access to exclusive content, please see our Patreon page. Show Notes: In Episode 53, Althea interviews applied linguist and author of Learning a Foreign Language: Understanding the Fundamentals of Linguistics, Alex Poole. You can pick up a co…
 
Claire Williams, Research in Practice Research and Development Officer, speaks to Clenton Farquharson. Clenton is Chair of Think Local Act Personal Partnership board, a Trustee of the race equality foundation, an Ambassador for disability rights and he has lived experience of social care services.They talk about co-production and how the discussion…
 
Trauma is real! Sometimes it occurs without our permission and often goes unnoticed. Now is the time to recognize this, and do what we can to fix it! Shae Nicole is a Licensed Trauma Therapist, Self-Care Coach, and Educator. She stopped by WinHers United the podcast to share her journey, offer her insight on trauma, and give us tools to be and do b…
 
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