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A moral compass is essential for your own character, spiritual and personal growth. It demonstrates moral principles that guides our integrity in the society. Heizal Njuguna and Lilian Okore http://lilianokore.tmgartist.com/will guide us on the importance of following our moral compass and give us tips on identifying hindrances to developing our moral compass. Listen live at: 619-393-2852 or http://pinnacleofpraiseshow.com/new/
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On this week's "CleftCast" podcast, host Joe Rutland discusses how attitudes people have toward those with craniofacial anomalies can have an effect. Sometimes, individuals dealing with cleft lip, cleft palate, Crouzon Syndrome, Treacher Collins Syndrome and many others develop unhealthy attitudes within themselves. That can either be from a lack of support at home from family and friends, or from how others look and observe people. We'll have this week's Term of the Week, and introduce a new sponsor. Great stuff for the craniofacial community, so sit back, relax and enjoy "CleftCast."
Hear interview with the President of the Foundation for Moral Law, Mrs. Kayla Moore about the US Supreme Cout decision on Hobby Lobby. They filed an amicus brief which was very well received and helped with the 5-4 decision for Hobby Lobby and the US Constitution.
On episode 20 we present several Moral Dilemmas to the panel and get what they would do in these situations.
Hosts: Kinte Acuminous Watanabe
Norma Mena Meosha Bean Shirley Martin
Olaf Barbosa Yardley Hickey
production info:episode 20 Moral Dilemmas 7/14/14
The TalentCulture #TChat Show is back live on Wednesday, July 30, 2014, from 7-8 pm ET (4-5 pm PT). The #TChat radio portion runs the first 30 minutes from 7-7:30 pm ET, followed by the #TChat Twitter chat from 7:30-8 pm ET.
Last week we talked about the state of HR Technology, and this week we’re talking about workplace bullying and the legal and moral implications.
Wow. According to one recent study, 96% of American employees experience bullying in the workplace, and the nature of that bullying is changing thanks to social media and online interactions.
Even though the employment world is already heavily regulated, one major gap remains: workplace bullying. No state prohibits bullying, unless it relates to a protected group (such as race, sex or disability).
But workplace bullying has harmful, reverberating effects, not only on the victims, but also on the witnesses. The good news is that we don’t need to wait for a law to be enacted to prevent and respond to bullying.
Progressive employers who want to be successful ensure their cultures are bully-free. This week’s guest will talk about how.
Join #TChat co-creators and hosts Meghan M. Biro and Kevin W. Grossman as we learn more about workplace bullying with this week’s guest: Jonathan Segal, an employment lawyer and partner with the international law firm Duane Morris LLP, as well as an active TalentCulture #TChat community member.
Thank you to our sponsors and partners: RIVS, GreatRated of Great Place to Work, TalentWise, Globoforce, SAP/SuccessFactors, PeopleFluent, Red Branch Media and HRmarketer Insight.
The Huddle 3 With Israel Doctrine
Showtime: 8:00PM Central Standard Time/9:00PM Eastern Standard Time
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Social -- "living together in communities or organized groups", and.
Justice -- "the upholding of what is just, especially fair and due reward in accordance with honor, standards, or law."
Every human being, especially society’s leaders, has a God-given moral duty to protect fellow human beings from social injustices whenever and wherever it is practical.
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In the first episode of the JC2701 Radio, students Johnathan, Pamela and Marissa, discuss how language attitudes took shape in Jamaica and the kinds of ways these attitudes are expressed. The panelists also compare and contrast the attitudes towards one aspect of the culture in another society.
What happens to a people that loses the lines of moral code and upright behaviors? Co-hosted by Michael, we gonna talk about some of the things that ok to do but use to be "out-of-bounds" back in the day. Is it a show of progress or us being rocked back to sleep? Hope to see you there......
Topic: Maternal Knowledge and Attitudes, Focusing on Pregnancy Nutrition, with Guest: Divya L. Selvakumar, consultant, nutrition specialist, and adjunct faculty member at Montgomery College in Rockville, Maryland. Divya is currently doing her Walden University doctoral research in Northern Ethiopia. She is also the Founder and Director of American Hindu World Service, working in Nigeria. Host: Katy Dickinson
Brennan Platt of BYU recently co-published an article titled, "Sticking With What (Barely) Worked: A Test of Outcome Bias." The interesting part is Dr. Brennan Platt is an economics professor at BYU. With all the recent movies around "Money Ball", game theory and scientific management of sport, Brennan will be joining Stephen to talk about his findings, the trends, the limitations, and ultimately, how do you use the study to create a better team.
For the complete interview, visit The McCarthy Project.
Jonathan Shay is a doctor and clinical psychiatrist. He holds a B.A from Harvard and an M.D. and a Ph.D. from the University of Pennsylvania. His early medical work was with the behaviour of brain cells in and after strokes, but after suffering a stroke and financial hard times, he began work for a United States Department of Veterans' Affairs outpatient clinic in Boston, MA. While he worked there, in his words, "[t]he veterans simply kidnapped [him]," and his work with them "utterly redirected [his] life."
With this, in 1987, he shifted from biochemistry to the still-developing study of Posttraumatic Stress (PTS). He has written two books on the nature and treatment of PTSD, "Achilles in Vietnam" and "Odysseus in America" , which discuss the nature of the ailment by analogy between the experiences of American soldiers, particularly veterans of the Vietnam War, and the similar experiences depicted in the Iliad and the Odyssey.
He is a passionate advocate of improved psychiatric counseling for soldiers, and more vigorous effort to prevent or heal PTS, and has cited classical Greek theater and the collective mourning described in the Iliad as possible precedents.
He is very highly regarded in military circles, and has received a Macarthur "Genius Grant" fellowship in 2007 to further support his work.