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In this episode, Darren Weldrick, Head Coach and Running Consultant at Culture Athletics and Owner of the private running coaching organization, 'The Runway', talks his journey in running, coaching the motivation behind running, ultramarathons, and what it takes to build a community.저자 Mo Waja
 
In this episode, we sit down with Chris Mitchell a.k.a. @travelingmitch, writer, travel blogger, and one of the founders of Toronto Bloggers Collective, to talk becoming a travel blogger, his journey through 80 countries, and the world of content creation today.저자 Mo Waja
 
In this episode, Brittany Moran, chiropractor, Nike Toronto Run Coach, and the Founder of StrideWise Running, talks run culture, taking on marathons, and her journey in running. Fun fact: Brittany placed as the Top Canadian Female at the Boston Marathon in 2015 and Chicago in 2017.저자 Mo Waja
 
In this episode, we profile Victor Fedeli, Minister of Finance of the Province of Ontario, discussing his journey into politics, taking on the role of Ontario Minister of Finance, and opportunities for growth in Northern Ontario. *Note: This episode is not intended to express the political opinions or affiliations of The Let's Talk Show or its Host…
 
Following up on his Instagram post on Bell Let's Talk Day, in this episode Mikael Melo, producer, writer, and social media strategist, talks the impact of social media on mental health, how social media affects relationships, and the balance of on-screen vs. off-screen experiences.저자 Mo Waja
 
In this episode, Steve Falk, a founding member of and lead vocals and harmonica with Soul Benefit, a 12-member Motown R & B band, talks fundraising through music, building an engaged community, and the importance of leadership in corporate and community culture.저자 Mo Waja
 
In this episode, Dreeni Geer, Director of Human Rights and Equity at Lakehead University, talks her more than 20-year career striving for human rights nationally and internationally, managing identity (sexual, gender, cultural, racial) politics, and understanding cultural context in communication.저자 Mo Waja
 
In this episode, we write a song. Sitting down with Nick Price Toyne, classically trained vocalist, graduate of Berklee College of Music, and the artist behind the 2015 EP "Wander Lost", we talk the study of music, how music is evolving, and the process of songwriting — even writing an original piece of music live on this episode.…
 
In this episode, Carly Clarke, Head Coach of the Ryerson Rams Women's Basketball Team, former Head Coach of the Canadian Under 19 Junior Women's National Team, and Assistant Coach with the Canadian Senior Women's National Team, talks leadership in athletics, her journey to coaching, and how to become a better coach.…
 
Over the last 2-weeks in South Africa we've interviewed four impressive fundraising and philanthropy professionals working tirelessly to promote social good in South Africa. Closing off our Social Good in South Africa series, we look at insights gained, where we go from here, and what this means for international nonprofits looking to work within A…
 
In the fourth instalment in our Social Good in South Africa series, we sit down with Dr. Shouket Waja, General Dental Surgeon, Founder of the Doctor Waja Group of Dental Surgeries, and the Founder of the Waja Ka Meno Trust, to talk nonprofit entrepreneurship in South Africa, the continuing impact of apartheid on poverty and accessibility, and what …
 
In the third instalment in our Social Good in South Africa series, we sit down with Dr. Yusuf Bamjee, maxillofacial surgeon, Founder and Director of the Fordsburg Clinic in Johannesburg, and the Founder of the Infaq Educational and Charitable Trust, to talk poverty in South Africa, access to quality education and medical care for youth, and how int…
 
In the second instalment in our Social Good in South Africa series, we sit down with Colin Habberton, Co-Founder of The Relativ Group, to talk the landscape of fundraising in South Africa, building better relationships between nonprofit and for-profit organizations, and the evolution of fundraising storytelling in and about Africa domestically and …
 
In the first in our Social Good in South Africa series, we sit down with Michael McTernan, Fundraising and Communications Director at Save the Children South Africa, to talk nonprofit storytelling in South Africa, the impact of social strata on fundraising, and the importance of cultural context for nonprofit organizations both local to South Afric…
 
In this episode, Fatou Jammeh, a nonprofit fundraising professional with a passion for international development, talks the important differences between lived and 'learned' experiences, fundraising storytelling, and inclusivity in the nonprofit sector.저자 Mo Waja
 
In this episode, Brandon Schiafone, Relationship Specialist (with both a visual and hearing impairment) and the Host and Co-Organizer of TEDxNewmarket talks life as a blind person, public speaking, and where interpersonal communication meets accessibility.저자 Mo Waja
 
In the lead up to the 2018 Speaker Slam Grand Slam Championship, we are joined by Ven Virah, Jessica Opoku, Sam Demma, Merav Richter, Jhanelle Edwards, Imran Mouna, Ian Keeling, Darius Bashar, Armin Shafee, and Sandra Elia to talk their journey to the stage, what it's like getting on stage, and what speaking means to them.…
 
In this Special Feature we sit down with Dan Shaikh and Rina Rovinelli, the Founders of Speaker Slam, Canada's leading inspirational speaking competition, to talk their founder's journey, how to inspire a crowd, and what it takes to win Speaker Slam.저자 Mo Waja
 
In this episode we are joined by Emma Lewzey, Founder and Principal of Blue Sky Philanthropy and President-Elect of the Association of Fundraising Professionals Greater Toronto Chapter to talk the basics of fundraising, what inspires giving, and how to tell a good philanthropic story.저자 Mo Waja
 
Our range of topics is expanding, and the brand is expanding with it. Tune in to the Let's Talk Show for weekly(ish) interviews with, stories about, and tips from professionals doing cool things at home in Canada and abroad. Welcome to the Let's Talk Show with your Host, Mo Waja.저자 Mo Waja
 
In this episode we are joined by Sharon Cracknell, Human Resources Consultant with over 40 years in industry, to talk approaching HR as an employee, the right way to let an employee go, and how to resign from a position and preserve the relationship.저자 Mo Waja
 
Every industry has a staple set of speakers frequently seen on the conference stage, but what happens when those speakers begin to retire from industry? In this episode we are joined by Laura Champion, Education Committee Chair for AFP Toronto Congress 2018 and Founder and Chair of the AFP Speaker Discovery Series to talk 'Speaking' in the nonprofi…
 
We sit down with LumièreVR Co-Founder Travis Wu, Chief Operating Officer Alexander Haque, and LumièreVR Strategic Consultant and Founder of XR Portal Maryam Sabour to talk virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR), and their implications for the future of storytelling and communication.
 
No matter the industry, "mansplaining" is something that many (if not most, if not all) women face on a regular basis. In this episode we are joined by Jennifer Morris, Co-Founder and President of Two Roads Logistics to talk tips to help women deal with mansplaining and men to avoid mansplaining in communication in and beyond the workplace.…
 
Interviewing for a new job can be an extremely nerve-wracking experience, particularly in today's career climate where culture fit is everything and you are often being interviewed on your personality. In this episode we are joined by Rahul Parmar, legal recruiter, to talk tips on how to be successful during your next job interview.…
 
As in any other industry, academic presentations have their own style and dialect. Though many, if not most, of us have delivered an academic presentation in college or university... the challenge is doing it well. In this episode we are joined by Ania Syrowatka, Post-Doctoral Fellow in the field of Epidemiology, to talk tips to improve your next a…
 
For many who work with data, translating that data into actionable insights for colleagues or clients can be a tough gap to bridge. In this episode we're joined by Matthew Dubins, Founder of Donor Science Consulting, to talk tips for clearly and effectively explaining data.저자 Mo Waja
 
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