7MIN305-Asked About Harrassment at Job Interview
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In this session of the 7 minute job interview podcast we are talking about how to answer a question about sexual harassment during your next job interview.

Google Teacher Podcast
Google Teacher Podcast
Matt Miller and Kasey Bell - Education Podcast Network
Sunsetting. But Not The End. - GTP126
This is the final episode of the Google Teacher Podcast. In this final episode, Matt and Kasey explain why this podcast is ending and reflect on their experiences creating it. Some of their favorite moments and things they've enjoyed include: * Tips from YOU are the best episode * Speakpipes are informative and sometimes entertaining * Jokes, memes, and silliness with our listeners * Keynote speeches and conference meet-ups * Learned more from our listeners than we will ever learn on our own * Hearing listeners apply things they learned made our day * Continued partnership and friendship * Outtakes - Speaking of outtakes...make sure you listen to the very end! You're invited to continue learning with Matt, Kasey and Chris! * Matt Miller's Ditch That Text Book * * Listen to archived episodes of the Ditch That Textbook podcast * Social media * Matt on Twitter * Ditch That Textbook on Twitter * Matt on Facebook * Matt on YouTube * Matt on Pinterest * Matt’s books * * New book, Do More with Google Classroom, is available! * * * Check out the book companion website for resources * Ditch That Textbook Digital Summit (free online conference every December) * Keynote speeches, workshops and other professional development * Online courses (free and paid) by Ditch That Textbook * Kasey Bell's Shake Up Learning * * The Shake Up Learning Show Podcast (every Tuesday) * Google Resources on SUL * Google Quick Tip Playlist * Online Courses * Books * Speaking (in-person and virtual) * Webinars * Book Studies * Shake Up Learning Community on Facebook * Subscribe to Kasey’s weekly newsletter * Social * Twitter * Facebook * YouTube * Pinterest * TikTok * Instagram * Chris Nesi's House of #EdTech * Social Media * Twitter * YouTube * TikTok * Instagram
36 min
Digital HR Leaders with David Green
Digital HR Leaders with David Green
David Green
56. Why Are So Many Companies Building Talent Marketplaces? Interview with Ina Gantcheva
My guest on this week’s episode is Ina Gantcheva, a Principle in Deloitte’s Human Capital Practice and a leading authority on talent marketplace. In Ina’s words, talent marketplace has the potential to change the way organisations think about three fundamentals. One, work, by fractionalising work for increased efficiency. Second, the workforce, by unlocking greater potential and value. And finally third, the workplace, by breaking down silos. In our conversation Ina and I discuss: * The four P’s of iterative dynamic talent marketplace design. That is purpose, plan, program and platform * The role of HR in supporting the transformation and associated change management involved in talent marketplace * Examples of companies who have implemented a successful talent marketplace and the benefits they are enjoying as a result * The opportunities that talent marketplace provides to employees * How the pandemic has helped reshape the approach to talent marketplace * Whether talent marketplace will mean that jobs won't exist anymore. This episode is a must listen for anyone interested or involved in HR transformation, internal mobility, workforce planning, people analytics and HR technology. So that is Business Leaders, Chief HR Officers and anyone in a people analytics, learning or HR business partner role. Support for this podcast is brought to you by gloat. To learn more, visit https://www.gloat.com/.
47 min
Behavioral Grooves Podcast
Behavioral Grooves Podcast
Kurt Nelson, PhD and Tim Houlihan
Jonathan Mann: Is it Possible to Design an Experience?
Can you design an experience for someone else? Jonathan Mann, the Vice President of User Experience at Renaissance Learning says, “Umm, not really.” Prior to joining Renaissance, Jonathan led user experience teams at Target Corporation and PayPal. And as a practitioner, he’s always valued good research to help him, and his teams, deliver better work. Our discussion centered around the question, “is it possible to design an experience?” Jonathan’s research discovered that “an experience” is more than just what we think of as the element that happens in the moment we consider it an experience. Jonathan reminded us that the totality of “an experience” combines three key elements: the anticipation of the experience, the experience itself, and the memory of the experience. A vacation is a great example of this: we plan and anticipate lots of experiences before we arrive at our destination. Then we are flooded with experiences in the moment, and afterward, we have photos to remind us and memories to interpret our experience after the fact. We know that the remembered self is one of the most important reasons we do anything: how we’ll remember it. So why shouldn’t we consider it identifying the experience in its broadest sense? We talked about Jonathan’s meeting with Bob Cialdini and how Jonathan’s work with Bob’s crew brought incredible results to the initiatives they were working on at PayPal. We are always happy to see how nicely behavioral science and business results dovetail. And maybe most importantly, this episode features a live fingerstyle guitar micro-concert by Jonathan. We asked him about playing and he instantly turned around, grabbed his guitar, and started playing for us. His fingerstyle abilities are very fine, and that part of the recording was nothing short of delightful – in every aspect of the word. Enjoy it! We hope you enjoy our episode with Jonathan Mann and discover new ways that you can integrate his clever thinking on designing an experience into your own work. © 2021 Behavioral Grooves Links Jonathan Mann LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jdmann/ Jonathan Mann Album: http://jonathanmanndesign.com/music (with links to Spotify, Pandora, iTunes, etc) Jonathan Mann YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVtiHkr4xdBzVZ6Oc3ybsUw Jonathan Mann Woodworking: https://www.behance.net/fynedesign Dan Gilbert, “Stumbling on Happiness”: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/56627.Stumbling_on_Happiness Robert Cialdini - Towel study: https://www.psychologicalscience.org/observer/dont-throw-in-the-towel-use-social-influence-research Common Biases and Heuristics: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1XHpBr0VFcaT8wIUpr-9zMIb79dFMgOVFRxIZRybiftI/edit?usp=sharing The Dakota: https://www.dakotacooks.com/ Fingerstyle Guitar: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fingerstyle_guitar Musical Links Green Day “Boulevard of Broken Dreams”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Soa3gO7tL-c Stone Temple Pilots “Interstate Love Song”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=10MQY33cYCg Leo Kottke “Last Steam Train”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-E_s4vQJx-k Tommy Emmanuel “Classical Gas”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S33tWZqXhnk The Jimi Hendrix Experience “Voodoo Child”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qFfnlYbFEiE
1 hr 4 min
General Knowledge Podcast
General Knowledge Podcast
Lee Maddox
General Knowledge Podcast S3E9 - Millions March, COVID rollout, Facebook Purge
Hi everyone! Thanks again for tuning in to Season 3 Episode 9! Andy and General coming at you for this episode folks and what a doozy we have in store for you. * Andy was on the ground at the Millions March Against Mandatory Vaccination and for Freedom. We talk about the media manipulation of the actual numbers of attendees and how good it was to see so many likeminded people turn up! * Forget Tap & Pay. Tap & Display is coming for digital vaccination certificates. That's right folks they've been planning this for some time and are preparing to roll it our very, very soon! * THE PURGE! Facebook kicks off ALL NEWS SITES (except yours truly) and government agencies from their platform. But is it just another false flag? More Problem - Reaction - Solution? Our bet is, YES. * Plus more... Remember the Bonus Content shows are available now to all Patreon supporters for just $5 a month! Now 9 Bonus shows just for those who see value in what we do. Instead of donating money to a charity that most likely won't pass on your full donation to whomever needs it, why not sign up as a patron over at our Patreon account for all the bonus content and extra podcasts! https://www.patreon.com/RealNewsAustralia PayPal donations can be made me here at RealNewsAustralia.com to help pay for costs associated with bringing you this show if you don't want any extra bonus content for your support. As always make sure you subscribe and give us a 5 star rating on iTunes with a nice little review to help us out! Please consider sharing on social media to ensure we reach a bigger audience! We're relying on YOU! Links: https://www.patreon.com/RealNewsAustralia - Join Today! http://paypal.me/LeeMaddox79 - Support today! https://realnewsaustralia.com/2021/02/07/forget-tap-pay-tap-display-is-coming-for-digital-vaccination-certificates/ https://www.abc.net.au/news/2021-02-17/covid-vaccine-when-and-to-whom-will-we-need-to-prove-had-it/13164334 https://tottnews.com/2021/02/18/facebook-bans-news-content/ http://web.archive.org
1 hr 31 min
Teach Me, Teacher
Teach Me, Teacher
Teach Me, Teacher LLC
#200 Eric Weinstein on Edugenic Harm and Neurodiversity
When I started Teach Me, Teacher in 2016, I did so with the goal to talk to great educators in my building. Season 1 of the podcast was entirely made up of the teachers I knew, and a cheap USB mic I plugged into my Mac. Today, we have featured some of the top minds in education, such as Donalyn Miller, Kelly Gallagher, Hamish Brewer, Todd Whitaker, and Kim Bearden (among others.) To add to this list in a major way, and to celebrate 200 episodes, I had the privilege of sitting down with Eric Weinstein—one of the major voices in the intellectual spaces of the internet. Eric Weinstein is an American commentator, the managing director of Thiel Capital, and host of The Portal podcast. His story, and his son's story, about being constantly overlooked, punished, and mentally abused by a system that is supposed to educate everyone, is powerful. It is a story we can all learn from, use to inform our own practices, and advocate for a better tomorrow in our schools. Drawing on the parallel between iatrogenic harm (the harm caused inadvertently by the process of treatment), and what happens when educators make wrong decisions that hurt students, Eric makes his case for looking at educational malpractice through a lens of edugenics (harm caused inadvertently in the process of teaching.) At the heart of this talk, is an honest look at what the brightest kids suffer through in school, and how many schools do not serve the neurodiverse in meaningful ways. This 2 hour discussion goes into both our histories, how they look similar and different, and how the many problems in education today may be the driving force for meaningful change from those who care the most... TEACHERS.     This episode is sponsored by Heinemann—the leading publisher of professional books and resources for educators—and their professional book, Risk. Fail. Rise. A Teacher’s Guide to Learning From Mistakes by Colleen Cruz. You’ve likely heard the adage, ‘Everyone makes mistakes.’ But knowing why we make mistakes can help us learn from them and improve situations once we’ve made them. In Risk. Fail. Rise. teachers will learn how to address their own teaching mistakes, model with their own mistake-making, and improve their responses to others’ mistakes. Colleen Cruz shares what research says on mistakes as part of learning and what that means for teaching. If we can create school cultures where we talk honestly about mistakes, then we can grow and create opportunities for children to grow in all the ways they deserve. And we deserve those opportunities too. Risk. Fail. Rise. is available as a book and ebook. Look for the audiobook in early 2021. To learn more visit Heinemann.com.
House of #EdTech
House of #EdTech
Christopher J. Nesi - Education Podcast Network
The 4 Cs - Real Talk - HoET174
Feedback & Shoutouts (1:34) * Knock Knock Who's There? - A new podcast hosted created by my oldest son and me. * The Pod Journal - Planning your podcast episodes can be overwhelming. Staying organized will save you time and energy. The Pod Planner will help you organize your ideas, reflection, and podcast planning goals in one place. The Pod Journal will take you through 100 episodes of your podcast! EdTech Thought (8:37) * A Little Bit More on Clubhouse * Mondays/Fridays - PodcastPD 7-7:30 AM EST * Monday - The Drive In * Friday - Weekend Week in Review * Tuesdays - Club House of #EdTech 10-11 PM EST * Thursdays - EdCamp Clubhouse 7 PM EST * Lisa Dabbs, Bonnie Nieves, Rachelle Dene Poth, Tisha Poncio, Stacey Lindes, and AJ Bianco EdTech Recommendation (14:17) * Word Counter - Knowing the word count of a text can be important. For example, if an author has to write a minimum or maximum amount of words for an article, essay, report, story, book, paper, you name it. WordCounter will help to make sure its word count reaches a specific requirement or stays within a certain limit. * Text Giraffe - FREE LOGO MAKER! Customize your own free logo, use the logo designer for anything you want! Wide variety of logos to choose from. * WordMark.It - Did you ever find yourself going through a list of fonts, in a drop-down menu, trying to find the right font? Only to find out that the font doesn't even look good with your text? * Talking Points- Communicate with families in their home languages to build strong partnerships all year long. Join the millions of teachers and parents who already use TalkingPoints. Featured Content (23:13) 4 Cs - Creativity, Communication, Collaboration, Critical Thinking * #1 - We Must Foster Creativity * #2 Communication Is Key * #3 Foster a Success Through Collaboration * #4 Inspire Critical Thinking with Education Technology Find a creative way to communicate to me you listened to this episode and understand what I've shared so we can collaborate and put some critical thought into how we can both get better at this thing we do. House of #EdTech VIP (37:25) Melissa Aveling - Australian secondary Mathematics teacher for over 10 tears. Mel has taught in her home country of Australia, Taiwan, and she currently teaches in Columbia at an IB school. She loves traveling, hiking, photography, waterfalls, and tennis. She's active in Global GEG and she frequents many of the places I speak live which I greatly appreciate.
42 min
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