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Backstage conversations on business and society with influential scholars, thinkers and leaders featured in the acclaimed Rotman Speaker Series.
The economy, health care, the environment — there are so many important issues to focus on. But are we paying enough attention to that fundamental question: Are we happy? Professor Cassie Holmes joins host Brett Hendrie to talk about how we can re-prioritize our schedules to make time for happiness.
Despite record gains in female representation in the C-suite, women make up less than 9 per cent of Fortune 500 CEOs. Women of colour make up less than half a per cent. When it comes to true gender and racio-ethnic representation, the business world still has a long way to go. Dr. Tina Opie joins host Brett Hendrie to talk about her new book Shared Sisterhood: How to Take Collective Action for Racial and Gender Equity at Work, exploring how we can dig deeper and bridge with our sisters to find real change.
From shopping to work to education — what do we lose when digital takes over all aspects of our lives? Author David Sax joins host Brett Hendrie to talk about the myth of a digital utopia, how the pandemic helps us understand the limits of technology, and how we can all add a bit more analog back into our daily routines.
The world feels more divided than ever. Left versus right. Anti-vaxxer versus doctors. Marvel versus DC. But can you change someone's mind and bring them over to your side? Author and journalist David McRaney joins host Brett Hendrie to talk about why we dig into our beliefs and how, with the right approach, we can actually change people's minds, including our own.
Fraud may seem pervasive, but that doesn't mean we need to fall victim to it. Kelly Richmond Pope joins Rotman Visiting Experts to explore what we can learn from fraudsters and their victims, and what steps individuals and organizations can take now to avoid become victims ourselves.
Rose Patten brings her decades of expertise on leadership to the Rotman Visiting Experts studio, exploring the eight key competencies leaders of tomorrow need today, and how we can all be more intentional in our leadership styles.
You can improve almost any working relationship...really! It just takes time, effort and some good conversations. Michael Bungay Stanier joins host Brett Hendrie to talk about how to approach a sometimes difficult question: Can our working relationship be better? It's a must listen for anyone looking to create a better connection with, well, anyone.
Nearly 150 years old, the Indian Act continues to shape relations with Indigenous People across Canada. As communities, businesses, institutions and individuals begin or continue their paths of reconciliation, it's important to critically evaluate the role the legislation has played in getting us to where we are today. Bob Joseph, founder of Indigenous Corporate Training Inc and author of 21 Things You Didn't Know About the Indian Act joined us to talk about the lasting impact its had, and the role businesses and individuals play in dismantling its harmful legacy.
Vanessa Patrick joined host Brett Hendrie to talk about how we can hone our skills when it comes to saying "no," how we can reject requests more scientifically, and why we all benefit when we learn the art of refusal.
Kenny Olson, John Heidt and Dawn McClain deliver a slightly crabby but always fun take on news stories from the past week, focusing on all of the news that they didn’t get to cover on Garage Logic or the Jason & Alexis show.
This podcast is about different, everyday guys issues. The conversation is meant to make you laugh. But also make you think and ponder. It can be street and at the same time intellectual. Ok, who am I kidding, it’s going to be more street.
Welcome to the P & C-Men podcast We like to talk about Movies such as Star Wars, Marvel and any other movies we’ve seen. We also have discussions about a huge range of topics.
Join us for an eloquent journey, a quest rather, in search of the most decadent, the most scrumptious theories on milk. This adventure will be be historical. It will be scientifical. But most importantly it will be theoretical. Omukama ('Superior Milkman') Taylor Johnson of The International Society of Theoretical Milk Drinkers, International: Society hosts with guest stars such as ChatGPT, his goat Estabon, and grocers across the globe!
Nutrition·Society & Culture·Health & Fitness·Philosophy
Welcome to Hat Trick Lax Picks, the show where we analyze every game, from every conference, so you can make the best picks. Join hosts, the three Garretts, every week for predictions for every men's Division I lacrosse game. Episodes drop on Tuesdays and cover the following week's slate of games.
In this monthly show, you'll go on a guided meditation with Psychotherapist Silvia Stenitzer from her home in Santa Fe, NM.
TV & Film·Self-Improvement·Mental Health·Health & Fitness·Education
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The Find the Right Man podcast helps you find love without drama or wasted time. Professional certified coach, dating expert and Eniostyle expert, Polina Solda, teaches you how to find your man with her simple, proven process. You can’t learn this anywhere else. It’s going to change your entire dating experience. Book a free "Find the Right Man" consultation call at: https://www.polinasolda.com/consultation
Relationships·Education·Sexuality·Courses·Society & Culture·Health & Fitness
From Skadden, The Standard Formula is a Solvency Two podcast for UK and European insurance professionals. Join us as Skadden Partner Robert Chaplin leads conversations with industry practitioners and explores Solvency Two developments that matter to you. If you’re enjoying The Standard Formula, be sure to subscribe in your favorite podcast app so you don’t miss any future episodes. Additional information about Skadden can be found at Skadden.com. The Standard Formula is a podcast by Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP, and Affiliates. Skadden is recognized for its deep experience in representing insurance and reinsurance companies and their advisers on a wide variety of transactional and regulatory matters. This podcast is provided for educational and informational purposes only and is not intended and should not be construed as legal advice. This podcast is considered advertising under applicable state laws.
Yes, We Exist Podcast is in partnership with the student group Disability: Identity, Culture, & Education (DICE) from the University of Maryland, College Park. Co-hosts Caliph Riley III and Maya Lee interview disabled students about their experiences with their disabled identity and attending school at a largely inaccessible campus. Yes, We Exist creates a space that amplifies and affirms the existence of people living with disabilities and mental illness, highlighting the intersection of disability and marginalized identities. "I tell my story with the knowing that our stories are tools for liberation. I speak knowing that all of our voices are important. I speak to leave evidence for the people like me who are searching for reflection and recognition and a “yes, we exist.” -Mia Mingus, Moving Toward the Ugly: A Politic Beyond Desirability
Society & Culture