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bMBA’s mission is to provide another option to the traditional MBA pricetag and freely educate those interested in unconventional business strategy and a bit of snark. Legal Disclaimer: Obviously in no way does bMBA take the place of traditional education or an MBA in terms of credentialing, academics, or learning objectives -- if you’re looking to learn with and from us through regular informal discourse you’re in just the right place.
 
Education Transformation is a fortnightly podcast that focuses upon high-performance adult educator practice, educational leadership and education within international development. The episodes are broad and varied and look at a wide range of adult education practices along with guest speakers to enrich the programme’s discussions. This is a podcast for new and experienced adult educators as well educational managers. This podcast provides a unique Australian and international perspective on ...
 
Solutions for Higher Education dives into hot topics in the world of colleges and universities. Sometimes it tackles controversies in education, sometimes it looks at current events, sometimes it's innovations and fun. Brought to you by Southern Utah University, but geared toward anyone with an interest in the subjects, episodes are hosted by SUU's President Scott L Wyatt and Professor Steve Meredith.
 
Risk management is complex, and your time is limited. This podcast series helps you keep up on emerging issues in higher education and best risk management practices. Join URMIA leaders, peers, and insurance experts twice a month as they explore timely topics, URMIA member resources, and the profession.
 
Value investing is more than an investment strategy — it’s a fundamental way of thinking about finance. Value investing was developed in the 1920s at Columbia Business School by professors Benjamin Graham and David Dodd, MS ’21. The authors of the classic text, Security Analysis, Graham and Dodd were the very pioneers of their field and their security analysis principles provided the first rational basis for investment decisions. Despite the vast and volatile changes in the economy and secur ...
 
Inside Strategic Coach is a practical resource for entrepreneurs, or anyone with a growth mindset. Hosts Dan Sullivan and Shannon Waller share breakthrough insights, educational success stories, and insider know-how, gained from working with thousands of successful business owners, worldwide. If you’re an entrepreneur, or have an interest in the culture of people who change the world of business and beyond, tune in for the inside story.
 
Mary Baird-Wilcock, CSEP - Creative Entrepreneur, Business Coach and Undercover Superhero has one goal in mind...to simplify your life. Each episode breaks down topics in business + life and SIMPLIFIES them! Interviewing smart people from all over the world, we will discover new insights, simple action items and spark fresh ideas to help you DO. THE. THING! in an educational, informational and entertaining way. Cash flow, simplified. Productivity, simplified. Becoming a vegan, simplified. So ...
 
Michael J. Feuer, Dean of the George Washington University's Graduate School of Education and Human Development, talks with researchers, practitioners, and policymakers about effective strategies and ideas for improving our schools and colleges. He explores ways to connect their worlds to take on some of education’s most complex issues. Education is the greatest contributor to ​​our nation's economic and social progress. It requires knowledge, agility, and optimism ​from many sources. ​From ...
 
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What does it mean to systemize your business? Great question… it’s all about automating the recurring tasks, creating structure where there is chaos, and ultimately, doing less. Doesn’t that sound nice? Well, it’s totally possible and all within your grasp, too. My special guest today is Monique Malcolm and she’s simplifying how to systemize your b…
 
Adrian Ridner is the Co-founder and CEO of Study.com, a trusted education website used by over 30 million students and teachers each month. Adrian is committed to improving online education through personalized learning solutions that are engaging, effective, and affordable. In this episode of Trending in Education, Adrian joins Mike to tell his or…
 
Show Notes: President Scott L Wyatt and Steve Meredith sit down with Rita Osborn, executive director of the Center for Rural Health to discuss Southern Utah University’s Rural Health Scholars Program. The program prepares students for graduate-level healthcare programs through academic and non-academic experiences. Featured Quotes: . . . the intere…
 
ASC Training and Development is a leading registered training organisation. Today we are joined by guest and owner of ASC Training and Development Mr Tony Stone. This is a conversation that reflects upon educational leadership techniques to develop an empathetic, trustworthy workplace. We trust that you, like us, are left feeling refreshed by liste…
 
Mike Iskandar joins Mike on this episode to talk about how he founded Time Travel Journeys to help schools & organizations empower kids to turn self doubt, anxiety, and isolation into self compassion, confidence, & connection. Mike tells the story of how what began as a project of self-discovery in his 40th year evolved into the program he runs tod…
 
The most successful investors combine a profound analytical understanding of financial markets and the economy at large with the ability to act on those ideas. My guest today has these two attributes in spades. Today’s conversation is with Howard Marks, the Co-Founder and Co-Chairman of Oaktree Capital Management, which is one of the largest credit…
 
Howard Blumenthal joins Mike on this episode about reimagining school for the future. Howard's best-known work is Where in the World is Carmen San Diego?, which he created and produced for PBS. Nowadays, Howard's keen interest is in growing up in the 21st century; what children and teenagers learn, and how they learn; global citizenship; social cha…
 
Writing a book can be a lonely, gruelling process, and so most people who want to write a book don’t end up doing it. Dan Sullivan, though, is well on his way to achieving his goal of releasing 100 books over 25 years. In this episode, he and Shannon Waller explain the process, which involves multiple team members and multiple unique capabilities.…
 
The best claim settlement is one that is reached early and makes both the injured worker and employer happy. Join URMIA guest hosts Julie Groves of Wake Forest University and Craig McAllister of the University of Miami as they talk with Dr. Fernando Branco, chief medical officer at Midwest Employers Casualty. Dr. Branco provides a fascinating medic…
 
How do you live boldly after unwanted change? Many of us have been contemplating this very question for a while now. When the things you love the most are stripped away from you and you’re left in a pile, attempting to pick up the pieces… what’s the first step? My special guest today is author Miriam Neff and she’s simplifying how to live boldly af…
 
Kelly Palmer is the author of The Expertise Economy: How the smartest companies use learning to engage, compete and succeed, which focuses on the urgent need to upskill the workforce with the skills needed most for the future of work. She's been published in Harvard Business Review, MIT Sloan Management, Bloomberg, The Financial Times, Forbes, and …
 
Show Notes: President Scott L Wyatt and Steve Meredith sit down with SUU’s Dr. Eric Kirby, assistant vice president for student affairs and Ryan Bailey, coordinator of completion and student success. They discuss SUU’s main retention strategy, the Assistant Coaches for Excellence and Success (ACES), a peer mentoring program for first year students.…
 
Adam Gamwell, a Design Anthropologist and Host of This Anthro Life, returns to Trending in Education to explore the relevance of anthropology and the social sciences to the workplace and business. Adam recounts his experiences teaching anthropology, managing Missing Links Studios, and most recently working with MotivBase on blending AI and Machine …
 
Amrit Ahluwalia is the Managing Editor of The EvoLLLution, the online newspaper developed by Destiny Solutions to create a conversation hub focused on non-traditional higher education and the transforming postsecondary marketplace. On this episode, Amrit joins Mike Palmer to talk about non-traditional learners in higher education, the importance of…
 
It’s time to embrace your power, my friend, in what may feel like a bit of a chaotic world. The US elections are done, it is finished. Leaders have been elected and the real work now begins. My special guest today is author Christine Arylo and she’s simplifying how to embrace your power in a chaotic world. No matter where you sit on the spectrum of…
 
Zach Silverzweig is the CEO and Founder of TinyIvy, a startup that is focused on helping children and families learn to read English. Zach joins Mike in an exploration of why learning how to read English presents unique challenges and how the TIPS system developed by Zach and team helps make things better. We begin with Zach's origin story before d…
 
Show Notes: President Scott Wyatt and Steve Meredith sit down with SUU’s Provost Jon Anderson to discuss SUU’s newest innovation: a $10,000 bachelor of general studies degree program. They discuss the promise of online student growth and how this new program offers yet another path for SUU students to succeed. Featured Quotes: . . . as we did our f…
 
In this bumper social media episode, Charlie, Rita and Jose are joined by Em to discuss how to plan and execute a great social media strategy for your school. The team discuss strategy and planning to support your school’s objectives as well as tactics, specific platform recommendations and tips to help time-poor school marketers. In this episode’s…
 
In this episode, Charlie and Rita discuss the scary trends on social media and the dangerous ‘challenges’ that students and adolescents are exposed to on TikTok. In the Deep Dive segment, the team discuss three website copywriting facts that might make school marketers re-think their content strategy and in this episode’s Top Tips, Rita shares her …
 
In this discussion Leigh and Kate explore 15 teaching strategies to assist you in developing a high-performance learning environment within the training room. From your initial meeting with a new student through to recalling the learning. This episode is the first of a series to strengthen training outcomes.…
 
Nicolle Merrill joins Mike to talk about acquiring skills, shifting careers, and overcoming fear and self-doubt. Nicolle is the author of the book Punch Doubt in the Face: How to Upskill, Change Careers, and Beat the Robots. She tells her story of career growth and lessons learned along the way. Nicolle is also the host of a podcast called 50 Conve…
 
Many jobs and industries emphasize asking closed-ended questions, where the person asking either knows the answer or is leading someone toward a desired response. But those types of questions only reinforce ideas that already exist. In this episode, Dan Sullivan and Shannon Waller explain how asking open-ended questions creates breeding grounds for…
 
As the call for 2021 presentations goes out, host Jenny Whittington talks with Gary Langsdale, URMIA’s education manager, and Craig McAllister, URMIA board member and executive director of risk management at the University of Miami. They explain how the framework of core competencies will explicitly guide the selection of URMIA's professional devel…
 
What if you could tap into your Intuition to make better decisions… would you try? Many believe you decide with either your head, your heart or your gut… that deep, inner knowing when grappling with a situation. But what if you could better tune into that voice inside you to gain clearer insight and a solid path to follow in the months ahead? My sp…
 
Dr. Mark Sanders, a Senior Lecturer in Philosophy at UNC Charlotte, returns to the show to talk to Mike and Melissa about student voter engagement, the relevance of philosophy, and the importance of supporting faculty and the broader community. Mark describes the work that is being done by FacNet, the Faculty Voting Rights Engagement Network where …
 
Show Notes: President Scott Wyatt and Steve Meredith meet with two leaders from Southwest Technical College, Tessa Douglas, director of Dual Enrollment and Placement Services, and Will Pierce, Vice President of Instruction. They discuss the innovative partnership between SUU and Southwest Tech and how the two entities have developed multiple pathwa…
 
In a Special Fall 2020 K12 Education episode, Mike is joined by Sarah Darville, Matt Barnum, and Kalyn Belsha from Chalkbeat to talk through trends they've been seeing while reporting on K12 throughout the challenging year that is 2020. Chalkbeat is a nonprofit news organization committed to covering one of America's most important stories: the eff…
 
For this episode, Dr. Eric T. Weber joins Mike to talk about the importance of educational philosophy, especially in schools of education. Eric is a Professor of Philosophy at the University of Kentucky in Lexington, Kentucky. He's also one of the hosts of the radio show and podcast, Philosophy Bakes Bread, where he regularly raises relevant issues…
 
Have you been curious on how to go vegan? In the slew of big changes that have happened this year, what’s one more, eh? No but really… if you’ve been contemplating a move towards a more healthy, plant-based lifestyle and away from eating meat, here’s where to begin. My special guest today is Michelle Cehn and she’s simplifying how to go vegan. This…
 
Dr. Lorne Buchman, the President of ArtCenter College of Design and host of the Change Lab Podcast, joins Mike this week to share his experiences as a maker and the leader of an esteemed College of Art and Design. Lorne shares his origin story that is deeply steeped in the practical application of his education in the theater at Stanford University…
 
Show Notes: President Scott L Wyatt and Steve Meredith sit down with Tawny Hammond, National Director of Learning Advancement for Best Friends Animal Society and SUU's Melynda Thorpe, Executive Director of Community and Professional Development. They discuss the SUU & Best Friends Executive Leadership Certification, the nation’s first university-en…
 
In this episode I am joined by Debbi Norman. Debbi shares her experiences of what it is like to be a Long-Term Education Advisor within the country of Kiribati. Debbi was based within the bustling environment of South Tarawa, where there are around 15,000 inhabitants per square kilometre. To put it into perspective, that's 2.5 times the density of …
 
Dr. Jonathan Cohen joins Mike this week to explore the global trend of social emotional learning (SEL) and violence prevention in schools. Jonathan recently co-edited the book Feeling Safe in School through Harvard Education Press where he and team studied school climate and violence prevention programs in schools across 11 cultures spanning the gl…
 
Since we’ve been restricted in what we’re able to do during the pandemic, we’ve become more creative and made the most out of what’s available. In this episode, Dan Sullivan talks about how entrepreneurs’ sense of their productivity has and will continue to jump.על ידי Dan Sullivan and Shannon Waller
 
Listen in with guest host Kathy Hargis, associate vice president of risk management & compliance at Lipscomb University, as she chats with Joe Storch, associate counsel in the SUNY Office of General Counsel and chair of the Student Affairs Practice Group, about what higher education risk managers need to know about updates to Title IX and the lack …
 
How do you build resilience? I mean, would you consider yourself a resilient person? The visual that immediately comes to mind is a boxer who can dip, duck, dive, weave and jive, no matter what punches are thrown her way. She keeps going, never giving up. (Come to think of it, that makes a lot of sense, considering my sympathetic nervous system typ…
 
Maria Andersen, the Founder and CEO of Coursetune, joins Mike to talk about the importance of good instructional design and curriculum development to effective online learning. Maria walks us through her extensive and varied experiences ranging from teaching math at a community college, to working at Canvas, the large LMS company, to leading instru…
 
Show Notes: President Scott L Wyatt and Steve Meredith talk with Ken Hall, SUU School of Business Associate Dean, about the overhaul and growth of the MBA program over the last few years. They discuss the importance of maintaining quality between face-to-face and online courses and how holding the same admissions standards for all students - regard…
 
Today’s conversation is with Henry Ellenbogen and Anouk Dey from Durable Capital Partners. Henry founded Durable in 2019 and serves as Managing Partner and Chief Investment Officer. Before that, he was a Vice President of T. Rowe Price, T. Rowe Price Group Chief Investment Officer for U.S. Equity Growth, the lead Portfolio Manager for the U.S. Smal…
 
Dr. Chad Goldberg, Professor of Sociology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, joins Mike to delve into the history and relevance of The Wisconsin Idea in understanding the role of a public university. Chad's written a book called Education for Democracy Renewing the Wisconsin Idea that is due out this Fall and we explore many of the relevant an…
 
Would you like to make more time in your life? Boy, that’d be nice! And yes, it’s totally possible, too… It’s all about learning how to organize your life, your schedule, and reexamine how you prioritize your days. So, let’s talk about that! My special guest today is Nache Snow and she’s simplifying how to organize your life and make more time. It’…
 
Dr. Neil Heffernan, the William Smith Dean Chair Professor at Worcestor Polytechnic Institute (WPI), joins Mike to talk about how his career interweaves great teaching, computer science, and "ASSISTments" - a set of digital tools designed to make homework assignment and evaluation more efficient. Neil tells us his origin story which includes meetin…
 
Show Notes: President Scott L Wyatt and Steve Meredith talk with SUU's Faculty Senate President Bill Heyborne about the Three Year Degree program. They discuss the initial concept, the ripple effect it had on campus - specifically among faculty members - and how authentic communication and using the brilliant minds available made the program setup …
 
Kelly Ryan Bailey, the host of Let's Talk About Skills Baby and the Director of Open Skills at EMSI, joins Mike to talk about the journey that brought her to where she is today as a mother, a podcaster, and a global skills evangelist. After exploring Kelly's personal journey, we dig into the three parts of the job skills marketplace: the employee, …
 
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