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The world has never been changing more rapidly, dislocating the ways we work, learn and live. On The Learning Future Podcast we discuss the knowledge, skills and dispositions we all need for our learning future, exploring insights through interviews with world-class educators, researchers, policy makers, and leaders from across industries and across the world.
 
Welcome to the Balanced Advisor Podcast with Dr. Travis Parry. We want to help financial advisors achieve balance in their lives. If you're an advisor who has struggled to make time for the important things in your life both in and out of the office, then this show is for you. Join Travis for new episodes each week that will feature interviews with advisors from across the country. They'll share their personal stories of struggles and successes when it comes to striking that proper work/life ...
 
The Ask Coach Coach Parry Cycling cycling podcast is hosted by Brad Brown and features Cycling Coach Devlin Eyden. Working out of the High Performance Centre at the University of Pretoria, Devlin is one of the best cycling coaches around. Every other day he answers one listener question on this thrice weekly podcast.
 
The history of Ontario is exciting and relevant to Canada and North America. Our goal is to use emerging technologies to present the stories that weave the makeup of our province in a way that is interesting and accessible to young and old alike. We create sets of modern, entertaining media meant to teach, preserve and promote our past. We are a non-profit venture funded primarily by the Ontario Trillium Foundation in partnership with the Living History Multimedia Association.
 
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Hiring a team can cause a lot of growing pains for small independent advisors. However, a capable team and work culture can give us more time to achieve balance in our lives. As the entrepreneurs, founders, and CEOs of our financial advising companies, letting go of controlling every aspect of our business can be difficult. But your time is valuabl…
 
What if you got paid to learn for the rest of your life? In this bonus episode Louka Parry shares The Future City podcast episode featuring co-host Eyal Halamish and guest Jackson Smith. On this episode of the Future City Podcast we speak with storyteller, learner, and technology architect Jacksón Smith. Jacksón is Co-Founder and the CTO of the Lea…
 
Many of us are no longer in brick-and-mortar buildings, meaning we had to learn how to recreate boundaries and balance in our home office. Today's guest, Charlie Van Derven, knows this very well. A year ago, he bought a trailer with his family and started to travel the country while maintaining a business. He had to develop new strategies and adapt…
 
Many advisors struggle with their health and stress management. Finding the time to eat nutritious meals and exercise is hard when you are working long hours. On today's episode, we speak with Stevyn Guinnip a wellness coach that helps financial advisors regain their well-being and balance in life. She is the founder of Grow Wellthy, where investor…
 
The world is becoming increasingly more digital, including the financial industry. The days of cold calling and driving around town for meetings are less and less common. To discuss this shift to virtual work and how that affects our balance in life, we've interviewed Derek Notman, the founder of Conneqtor, a virtual advising system for financial a…
 
Prioritization and balance are key to becoming a successful financial advisor. Whether you have just started your career or you have been in the field for decades, financial advisors are notoriously busy and stressed-out individuals. A big reason we started this podcast was to help those in this situation. Today, we have invited Michael Kitces to t…
 
What is the moral purpose of education now and is it shifting? How useful are the foundations teachers provide young people? Dr. Jean Clinton is renowned internationally as an advocate for children’s issues. She is a Clinical Professor in Department of Psychiatry and Behavioural Neurosciences at McMaster University and her special interest lies in …
 
What obstacles does new thinking face in systems that are rarely malleable to change? How can we position adaptation in education to be set for success and adoption? Annie Kidder says there is hope in the work of equity in education, and changing how we educate young people is something to keep us going, it’s a job that is hopeful. Annie is a passi…
 
Is there a social contract that teachers work by, and if so what is it and what would we ask to be changed? What is it that really stays with students and makes them remember you and your lessons? In this episode of The Learning Future Podcast, Melodie Potts shares how she believes we can make teaching memorable. She says the role of a teacher will…
 
What will our broader understanding of education, collaboration, and our ability to fuse and synthesise information look like in 10 years, and how might it affect our decisions? How might education futher the purpose of knowing who we are and what we do? David shares his unique perspective about what it is to be educated, that it is knowing a place…
 
Hear part 2 of this episode podcast at Coconut Thinking! https://coconut-thinking.captivate.fm/episode/we-are-human-beings-not-humans-doings-ft-louka-parry How comfortable are you with not knowing, how often do you change your mind? How do cultures of personalised learning arise? What happens when the boundaries of disciplines dissolve, replaced wi…
 
Why is it that sometimes even the most rudimentary tasks seem hard? How can we convince ourselves and others to improve our teaching, will it take a revolution or something more practical, and what happens if we imagine “what would make this easy”? In this episode Louka speaks with Dr Karen Edge about school leadership and school improvement strate…
 
Hunter Johnson is the Founder & CEO of two purpose-driven organisations. Hunter leads The Man Cave, an emotional intelligence charity that has impacted the lives of 20,000 young men across Australia. Hunter is also the CEO of STUFF™, a men's personal care brand that champions healthy masculinity. He also works as an Advisor to The Queen’s Commonwea…
 
Today we don't have a guest, we have a whole team, one that believes educational expertise lies in a collective rather than an individual. We have 6 amazing humans from the Educational Experiences Team from the School of Cybernetics at Australian National University! Their mission is to take cybernetics to the world, through creating and delivering…
 
Why would a country cut 25 - 50% of its curriculum from schools? And what are the most powerful learning experiences to place in this new space of autonomy? Discover what Portugal is doing at a National level to build future skills through social emotional development programs from one of its chief architects of change. In this episode Louka speaks…
 
Ross Hall is strategist with a fixation on transforming education into thriving learning ecosystems. He is currently co-lead of the Jacobs Foundation’s Learning Societies Portfolio, jacobsfoundation.org, which creates trustful and dynamic communities using evidence based resource allocation. Based in Zurich, Switzerland. Ross Hall co-founded The We…
 
What routines and methods do you use to innovate? And how can you design for more creativity and experience idea flow? In this episode, Louka speaks with Perry Klebahn and Jeremy Utley who lead Stanford University's d.school Executive Education. We cover innovation, learning, leadership and the concept of Ideaflow: an experience built on discrete r…
 
Rajika Bhandari is a scholar and practitioner in international higher education, Dr. Bhandari's work has spanned the nonprofit, private and higher education sectors across 22 countries. She is also a widely published author and speaker on issues of international education, the global competition for talent, skilled immigrants, and educational and c…
 
How might we better understand and embrace diversity so that it leads to greater intercultural communication and empathy? In a world of so much challenge and conflict through division, what is the role of education to create peace? In today's episode, Louka speaks with Peter Mousaferiadis, an internationally recognised thought leader of culture as …
 
In a world where childhood has migrated online, what must we know and teach our students and children to keep them safe and help them be successful in this digital world? In today's episode, Louka speaks with Nicholas Carlisle; a changemaker, lawyer and champion for social justice and children's well-being. He is CEO of the Power of Zero, a global …
 
How might we reconcile the human species with the natural environment through excellent design? This week on The Learning Future podcast, we speak with Ewan McEoin, Hugh D.T Williamson Senior Curator of Contemporary Art, Design and Architecture at the NGV. We discuss the power of design to transcend pure aesthetics and ergonomics to include the pol…
 
What does the future of productivity look like? And how does it influence the shape of organisations? This week on The Learning Future podcast, we speak with Dr Amantaha Imber, founder of Inventium and in 2019 one of Australia’s 100 Women of Influence. Packed with insights and research, Amantha journeys with us as we explore designing organisations…
 
How might we put humanity at the centre stage of education? This week on The Learning Future Podcast, we speak with Sarah Mercer, Professor of Foreign Language Teaching at the University of Graz, Austria, where she is Head of ELT methodology. We discuss how we might extend the cognitive component of empathy to develop critical thinking and critical…
 
How might we support every young person to be prepared for the present and ready for their future? This week on The Learning Future Podcast, we speak with Professor Michael Anderson, an internationally recognised educational leader who has taught, researched, and published in education and transformation for over 20 years. We discuss how we might s…
 
How do we ensure that we can all be creators with emerging technologies? Ariam Mogos is a futurist fellow in the Stanford d.school K12 Lab. She designs prototypes with K-12 educators to engage, evaluate, and create with emerging technologies, crucially grounded in ethics and digital agency. She is currently working on a set of play-based analog res…
 
How does our diet impact our health and ability to live well? What must we know and do to decrease metabolic disease as parents, educators and citizens? In this episode, we speak with Dr James Muecke AM, an eye surgeon, humanitarian, social entrepreneur, and the Australian of the Year for 2020. James lived and worked as a doctor in Africa and subse…
 
Does the collective good allow for greater individual growth? Are networks evolving to become the heart of peer-to-peer collaboration rather than a tool to elevate an individual’s contribution? On The Learning Future Podcast episode, we speak with Dominic Regester, a not-for-profit executive, convenor, educator, and interim-Program Lead for Salzbur…
 
What masks do you wear in the world? How can we all step into vulnerability and self-love to create safer, kinder communities as men? In today's episode, Louka speaks with Ashanti Branch, an inspiring educator, advocate and social entrepreneur raised by a single mother on welfare in Oakland. After studying engineering at California Polytechnic, Ash…
 
In a Covid world, all of us have experienced loss. So how might we understand grief and powerfully acknowledge the fact that all things come to an end, including our lives and those of others around us?In today's powerful episode we speak with Zenith Virago about the rites of passage in our lives and how we can powerfully experience loss and death.…
 
What is education for? And how might we create a new definition of success, that enables us all to thrive in life, society, and on our planet? In today’s episode, we speak with Valerie Hannon, co-founder of Innovation Unit, a social enterprise creating new ways for people to belong and contribute to thriving societies. We discuss learning ecosystem…
 
Join us for a reflection on Season One, with Louka Parry sharing highlights and themes shared from the 18 different guests that contributed their thinking against the uncertainty of 2020. A year of disruption, and a year that might be seen as one of the most important in the history of education. Thanks for joining us so far on the journey as we in…
 
Ana is an award-winning media executive. She is the founder of Diplomatic Courier, the flagship media network and magazine for top diplomats and policy leaders around the world.For over a decade she has served as the chief editor of the G7, G20, and APEC summit publications. Her futuristic think tank, the World in 2050 has convened over 10,000 mult…
 
This week we doing something different. Today we share an episode from our friends at The Future City Podcast, where our CEO Louka Parry and his co-host Eyal Halamish speak with Daniel Raven-Ellison. Dan is a Guerrilla Geographer, National Geographic Emerging Explorer and led the campaign to make London the world’s first National Park City. A forme…
 
What does being well look like for you? And how might we all become more self-aware by designing learning environments and experiences that support collective wellbeing?Join us for today's episode where Louka speaks with Emiliana Rodriguez on social emotional learning, ethics, neuroscience and the ABCs of wellbeing. Emiliana is Co-founder and Educa…
 
How do we create space for deep work? And how can we create experiences that enable deep work through productive struggle?On this episode Louka Parry speaks with Kwaku Aning, the Director of the Center of Innovation and Entrepreneurial Thinking at the San Diego Jewish Academy. We explore human capabilities, technology, art, agency and how we can cr…
 
How do we create societies where we focus on our contributions not just narrow results? How might our schools become places where our learners can be who they are and not leave their culture at the gate?In this episode, Louka speaks with Joanne McEachen about our roles as educators, leaders and parents to consider who we are, how we fit into the wo…
 
How might we design schools that delight children, inspire learning, and nurture community?Violence of all kinds has created a world of fear and trauma, especially when coupled with the mass anxiety that has been such a part of our experience of 2020. In this episode, Louka speaks with Barry Svigals, and award-winning architect, artist, educator an…
 
What is the internet of education? And how might information and value between k-12 schools, higher ed, online learning, and employment be better shared through building the Internet of Education? Today Louka Parry speaks with Chris Purifoy, CEO of Learning Economy, about their ambitious global goal—to increase the impact of investment in humans, s…
 
How developed are your social emotional skills? When and where did you learn them? And how might schools, educators, parents and leaders more effectively support the growth of these non-cognitive, 'soft' skills, alongside technical learning and academics?Today Louka speaks with Dr Jennifer Adams on why a stronger focus on social emotional learning …
 
What does it take to develop an equitable education system? Today we speak with Dr Michael Nettles, Senior Vice President and the Edmund W. Gordon Chair of ETS’s Policy Evaluation & Research Center about assessment, education systems and equity. In 2014, President Obama appointed Dr. Nettles to the President’s Advisory Commission on Educational Exc…
 
What makes for meaningful progress at work, at school and in our life? And how might we ensure that in our quests in learning, teaching, innovating and leading we aren't seduced by delusions of progress?In today's podcast we speak with brilliant Dr Jason Fox, an author, leadership advisor and wizard-philosopher, and delve into complexity as we seek…
 
Can we teach our children to be happy? What if we tried to teach not just one child, but 1.5 million children across one of the world’s great cities, New Delhi? What might the world learn from this approach to elevate mindfulness, social emotional learning and happiness alongside academic studies?Join Shailendra Sharma and Louka Parry as they discu…
 
A seven year old today will graduate as part of the Class of 2030. How might we set them up for success in our increasingly digital world? On today's episode we speak with Barbara Holzapfel, GM of Microsoft Education, about technology, social emotional learning and the future of work. Barbara works across the entire Microsoft portfolio leading the …
 
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