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HOW CIVIC ENGAGEMENT IS IMPACTING THE VOICE OF EDUCATION
NACCTEP ( Community College Teacher Ed programs) Executive Director Kim Tobey is joined by Lisa Strahley, Associate Professor of Early Childhood Education at SUNY Broome CC.
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: <a href="https://www.linkedin.com/profile/view?id=38332209" target="_blank">Jo Moffatt</a>
Our assignment here in the earth is clearly to confront and engage the kingdom of darkness. We're to do so without fear. Jesus sets the example for us of non-stop engagement and has given us the authority and power to do the same thing. The adversary is bold and we're to be even bolder because CHRIST JESUS has over come satan. In this warfare there are no negotiations or compromises. It's the exercise of GOD'S firery power and authority resulting in dominion. It's more than pushback, it's WAR and DOMINION. Join us today for live engagement. Dial 714 459-3963.
God's Word consistently in courages us to be persistent in prayer.
Ladies and Gentlemen, we had a good show last week. So we're doing it all over again! It's another open mic night were any topic is fair game and there's no holds barred, Join Ken and Beth as they duke it out verbally, of course, in discussion about the most exciting (to them) topics of the day. Call in to speak with the hosts at (347) 215-9971, join the online chat room or just languish in the audio stream. It's all good, but we'd really like to hear from you Call us!
1. In the News 2. Public-Private Partnerships and Cybersecurity: Academics and private sector officials talked about ways private companies respond to cyber threats. They focused on how they partner with law enforcement to protect their networks, and the role of private cybersecurity response firms. Note: “The Evolution of Public/Private Engagement” was a panel at the day-long symposium, “Cybercrime 2020: The Future of Online Crime and Investigations,” held by the Justice Department’s Criminal Division and the Georgetown Law Center at the Law Center’s Gewirz Student Center. 3. Book Talk 4. Listener Calls
No matter how many friends you have on Facebook, you’ll never have a healthy social life if you don’t spend quality time with others. Some experts even believe that the robustness of your relationships may be the decisive factor in your ability to overcome chronic disease. This tele-lunch & learn will explore why it’s so important to nurture your relationships and how to expand your engagement with others to increase your social and total health.
a Story by: Meg Rosoff
About a decade ago, a friend I knew and cared about deeply told me that she was having an affair with her child's best friend's father. "My God," I said, swallowing hard. "That's complicated."
It was complicated all right. The families lived practically next door and were in and out of each other's houses all the time. But neither marriage was good. And my friend swore that this was the real thing.
The problem was her daughter. She worshipped her mum, watched her like a hawk. And though she was only six, she was one of those strange, precocious children who gets inside adult heads and roams around, looking for stuff. Like the fact that her mother was madly in love with someone other than her dad.
"You can't keep lying to her," I said.
"No, no," she assured me. "It's not a problem. She doesn't suspect a thing."
I looked at her. "She knows. She doesn't know what she knows, but she knows."
And she did. If ever a child knew something was wrong with her family, it was Evie. She had developed a heartbreaking look of puzzlement in the company of her mother, searching her face for answers.
I notice those children now, the ones people lie to. Like all children, they are studying the world, struggling to learn the rules of engagement. Except that, for them, life doesn't make sense because their instincts are negated. So they begin to twist in an attempt to accommodate a world full of half-truths.
An American woman visiting friends in London a few days after the school massacre in December 2012 in Newtown, Connecticut, asked the friend's family (two adults, three teenagers) not to refer to Newtown for the duration of their visit and not to turn on the news in case her children might overhear distressing stories.
Collective Impact is often being referred to as a new model for achieving social change. However, do we really know what it is? Do we really know how it is different from collaboration? Are there examples of true collective impact groups in Colorado? By listening to this radio show you will become more knowledgeable about what collective impact is and what it is not and how it is being implemented in our state through such examples as the Early Childhood Colorado Partnership and CO9to25. You will even learn how the Buell Early Childhood Leadership Network (BECLN) is beginning to approach our work through a collective impact lens. Please join our guests Jodi Hardin and Hanna Nichols from The Civic Canopy and Wendy Allen from BECLN to discuss the underlying premise behind collective impact and how you can be a part of it as an early childhood leader. The show will be hosted by Sheila Groneman, Buell Fellow and member of the Early Childhood Colorado Partnership Steering Committee.
HR Latte continues its month-long series: The Employee Experience...
Master Burnett Stops By HR Latte to Discuss the Next Level of Workplace Learning & Development
The changes in technology and social learning have an impact on how we grow personally, should they change how we learn and grow professionally, as well?
Master Burnett, Director of Strategy, gives us a review/preview of what's new and exciting over at BraveNewTalent and how social tech and online communities have brought a welcome shift to the Employee Experience.
Join us for a deeper look at collaborative and peer-to-peer learning.
HR Latte is a fast-paced, quick hit show where you can expect not only surprises but the information you need to know for success in the world of talent management.
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PROFOLOGY: THE ONLINE HIGHER ED COMMUNITY FOR FACULTY, ADMINISTRATION AND STAFF
Larry Miller and Profology founder Bob Ertischek fostering Higher Ed engagement through social media
How about generating brand buzz and audience engagement by leveraging the power of content and social media marketing? In fact, leveraging the power of content and social media marketing can help you notably elevate your market share and give rise to your customer base in a profitable way. Doesn't that sound pretty amazing? It shouldn't be that hard? Right? Wrong! Making a dent relative to your social media practices is all about following very specific social media marketing guidelines. Identifying and understanding such social media marketing rudiments will help set you and your brand apart from the bloaters and the floaters. Are you up for another challenge that will help lift your business to the next level? But getting started without any previous experience or insight could be challenging. That is our focus on this edition of, “The Strategist Radio LIVE."
We talk to special guests Kara Wilhelm, Chair of Albany, New York’s Young Professional Network (YPN) and Lauren Cataldo, Program Chair of that same YPN. The mission of the Capital Region YPN is to attract and retain a talented workforce in Tech Valley by serving as a catalyst to connect, develop, and empower young professionals. Their vision is to be recognized as the premier young professional initiative in the Capital Region offering exceptional professional development, networking, and civic engagement opportunities to ensure a strong talent pipeline in Tech Valley. Tune in to learn more about why a YPN should exist in your local community to support the development of young Millennialleaders.