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During this episode Candidate Rueben Dockery will be discussing the need for focused community engagement in the political process. There will be other guest joining in on the dicsussion as well.
Dr. Susan Gardner, host of Community College Now discusses student engagement at the community college challenges and opportunities. Her guest is Chris Conzen, Director of Campus Activities and Student Leadership at Suffolk County Community College (NY)
Christopher Conzen is the Director of Campus Activities and Student Leadership Development at Suffolk County Community College’s Eastern Campus, where he has been for the past 7 years. Under Chris’ supervision are campus activities and programs, orientation, leadership development, recreation, campus reservations, Federal Work Study, and student center management. Christopher is a doctoral candidate in Higher Education Administration at Nova Southeastern University. Christopher earned his M.Ed. in College Student Personnel from the University of Maryland College Park and his BA in Social Work from The Catholic University of America. Christopher has been a directorate member of the ACPA Commission for Student Development in the Two Year College and is currently the chair of a joint task force through ACPA and NASPA exploring student involvement in the community college. In addition, Christopher will serve as the chair for the NASPA Region II conference in June. Christopher’s interests are in the use of technology in higher education, leadership development, and student success initiatives in the community college sector.
Karin Volo, Chief Joy Bringer – Co-founder Evoloshen
There aren’t many of these around! Karin Volo, co-author Engage! is joining us to talk about their new International Cultural Engagement Specialist™ certification programme.
We’ve invited Karin onto the show to find out more about what is covered in their new engagement specialist certification programme and to talk about the reasons that they have created and launched it.
As you may already know the Engage for Success movement takes a fairly benign view of commercial models, programmes or activity. In other words we are happy to talk about and share them within the movement but without any intention of ‘sponsorship’. We don’t usually stress this on our show pages, given we interview many gurus / service providers, but we felt that it ought to be made clear for this show that this isn’t our programme although we’re very pleased to have gurus, such as Karin, within our midst who are addressing learning needs in the space.
Host: Jo Dodds
Special Guest: Frazer Rendell
When it comes to seeking improved employee engagement scores, hope is not a plan. Join us as we talk about how we need to help businesses understand how they can start to think about practical, measurable actions they can take to help ensure that next time their engagement scores will be higher.
Frazer comes to the world of engagement from a different perspective to many, as he started his career as a chef and then over the last 20 years worked his way through the hospitality, retail and healthcare industry, to senior management roles within both national and international businesses.
Frazer is now a Consultant, Speaker and Writer, offering a very practical and measurable approach to employee engagement. He is the Director of E-Trinity Consultancy, where his practical tools help service orientated businesses improve their engagement.
Frazer is also involved in a number of E4S special interest groups and is the joint lead of the group looking at Performance Management and its impact on employee engagement.
Host: Jo Moffatt
Special Guest: Jackie Lanham, Group Organisation Development Director at Rexam
Rexam produces 62bn cans a year in 55 plants across more than 20 countries with an 8,000 strong workforce. Our job is to make our cans as efficiently, profitably and sustainably as possible so that our customers (some of the most popular world brands) can attract and retain the loyalty of the people who consume their products. This is why, wherever you go in Rexam, you will see a common focus on operational excellence, innovation and safety to meet our customers’ expectations.
Jackie’s focus is on building a winning organisation through providing engagement, learning and development, talent & succession planning, performance management, diversity and consultancy services.
Join us we explore what is happening at Rexam to make it a winning organisation.
Jackie starting working for Rexam in January 2014 and has broad-ranging experience in UK and international organisations across the manufacturing, retail, banking, insurance and IT sectors, most recently at The Co-operative Group where she re-engineered the approach to Talent at the most senior leadership and entry levels for all retail businesses. This work has been recognised through the 2013 HR Society Award for Workforce Planning and Strategy.
Host: Jo Moffatt
Special Guest: Adrian Phipps, Head of People & Organisation, Arqiva
Adrian is Head of People & Organisation at Broadcast & Media company Arqiva. Over the last 8 years, he has helped both Arqiva and the Insurer More Th>n (part of the RSA group) to make major improvements in employee engagement.
During his time with them, Arqiva has achieved a 1* rating in the Sunday Times Best Companies competition, and RSA was ranked as one of the Top 25 UK companies to work for. Outside of work, he is a proud (if a little tired!) father of a toddler and an 8 month old baby, and loves being out on the water – whether swimming in it or in a sea kayak.
Join us as we talk about how to make engagement “stick” in an organisation. We all know the theory and it sounds great in principle – but very few organisations make the big shifts in engagement that we hope for.
Having been part of two organisations that really have made this change, Adrian shares some useful beliefs that organisations need to hold if engagement is going to improve and also some of the practical things you can do to improve engagement where you work.
Host: Jo Moffatt
Welcome to the first episode of Schroeder the Litigator. On this episode, Scott Schroeder shares his thoughts on state budget and the changes it is likely to bring to Wisconsin's workers compensation system.
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Welcome to the final Path Community blogradio program. Our mission has been to connect each person to their divine purpose in living their mission and vision for life. Our desire has been to walk through life with you as you have taken the time to explore the many possibilities that the Path has to offer. Each and every story has been relevant, accepted and appreciated. There is no one else like you! We are your greatest fans and have felt honored to be on this journey with you.You are unique, gifted and called to greatness. Join us this week as Coach Kim Skaggs and Coach Greg Reich take time to say goodbye on this leg of the journey. We are closing the door to this chapter in our lives for now and look forward to the new directions that face us both. The Path Community is a vital part of who we are and what our lives are all about. Thankyou for this wonderful journey with you. Though we are both heavy hearted about walking out of this space we know that for now God has something different in store. Please join us as we take the last show to remember the good times and say goodbye. God Bless!
Special Guest: Mark McKergow
Being a host is an ancient metaphor, but one which has now evolved to become both new and timely in the business world. Now, it is no longer enough for a leader to be heroic, they must also know when to become the host too. But what does being a host actually mean in a business context? 'Host: Six new roles of engagement for teams, organisations, communities and movements' author Dr Mark McKergow has investigated how hosts – and leaders –create engagement by stepping forward and back and being responsive to the needs and wishes of their ‘guests’.
Mark will be talking about how ‘roles’ – as opposed to ‘rules’- of engagement provide a useable and flexible framework for transforming leadership at all levels and settings. The host metaphor is one we all know at some level, yet can enhance and build to an exquisite level of refinement with reflection and practice.
You can read more on our blog here.
Dr Mark McKergow is the co-author of Host: Six new rules roles of engagement fort teams, organisations, communities and movements (Solutions Books, 2014). He is a speaker, consultant and facilitator who finds new ways to work in tough and ever-changing environments. He is co-author of three others books including the best-selling The Solutions Focus (Nicholas Brealey Publishing, 2007) which has appeared in 11 languages.
Host: Jo Dodds
Special Guests: Steve O'Neill, John Smythe and Charelle Wigley, members of the Social Engagement Subgroup
'Making strategy social' – is a work stream within the ’Social’ sub group of Engage for Success. It wants to make explicit the best ways and means to blend social media and face to face dialogue to devise and execute better strategy. Crowdsourcing the experience, insight and knowledge of employees as well as leaders adds value to strategy design and delivery - in what might otherwise default to a traditional 'top down' process.
The small steering group behind this work stream wants to create a product that will help capture what organisational leaders - 'the C suite’ - needs to think about in making strategy development and implementation more ‘social’ in orientation - both in mindset as well as use of technology.
Join us as we discuss what this work stream is focusing on and find out how you can get involved.
Host: Jo Moffatt
What is the connection between engagment and influence? Does work that motivates you have to come as the cost of a competitive salary? Natalie Holder-Winfield talks to Christoph Lueneburger, author of A Culture of Purpose: How to Choose the Right People and Make the Right People Choose You about these and many other questions that challenge the notions of engagement in today's organizations. During this interview, you'll hear how engaged employees add to the diversity of thought in our offices and often contribute new thoughts and improvements. You will also learn how engaged employees are necessary for keeping an organizational mission and purpose honest and in check.
Mark Hodgson, Principal at Mark Hodgson and Global Partner with Thought Leaders
Join us as we talk about how to really engage each of your employees to drive value in your business. Mark shares his ‘6 Levels of Engagement’ model to help you to encourage your individual team members to be fully present.
Mark Hodgson comes from a highly successful corporate leadership background and has worked in Australasia, the UK, Central Europe and Russia. He currently splits his time between Sydney and London.
Mark draws on a powerful track record of hands-on experience backed up by a depth of learning across multiple disciplines. Much more than a lecture room theorist, he has inspired large teams across a range of commercial and third sector businesses.
Most recently, Mark led a major business transformation within the employment services division of a large Australian provider, creating a vision, a culture and an energy that turned a $1m loss into a $4m profit. He is an expert in leading change and holds an MBA level qualification from the Australian Graduate School of Management. He is also a global partner in Thought Leaders, a world authority on helping organizations to thrive by positioning themselves as leading influencers in their market.
Mark splits his time between London and Sydney. A gifted communicator, he engages his audience in delivering practical messages with a potent cocktail of insight, energy and wit.
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Host: Jo Dodds