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Building a private practice, intuitive eating nutrition counseling skills, and marketing strategies to grow a business are just a few of the topics that Jennifer McGurk covers on the Pursuing Private Practice podcast. Featuring many dietitians that have been through the ups and downs of growing their own private practice specializing in intuitive eating, Jennifer McGurk is all about sharing other’s stories to inspire YOU that you can do it too. If you want to make an impact on client’s lives ...
 
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Building the Cooperative Classroom

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Building the Cooperative Classroom

BuildingtheCooperativeClassroom

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The official podcast of the Cooperative Learning Institute. In these weekly episodes, we'll dive into the theory, implementation, and practice of Cooperative Learning. In addition, we'll be bringing you interviews with some of the leading thinkers, practitioners, and enthusiasts of Cooperative Learning from all over the world!
 
Hosted by Scott McInnes, founder of Inspiring Change, we talk to guests about how really good internal comms, engagement and leadership all contribute to 'Building Better Cultures'. We tend to shy away from theory and focus more on really practical advice, great stories and best-practice. About Inspiring Change At Inspiring Change we help our clients to connect their people to their strategies, their change programmes, their purposes and to each other. We do that by focusing on strategic int ...
 
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The Derm Vet Podcast

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The Derm Vet Podcast

Ashley Bourgeois, DVM, Dip ACVD

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Tune in to make veterinary dermatology more fun than frustrating! This podcast features Dr. Ashley Bourgeois, DVM, Dip ACVD sharing practical tips on dermatologic workups you can bring to clinical practice right away. Also, stories about navigating the messy (yet beautiful) journey of being a vet mom while building a career you love.
 
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Building Better Leaders

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Building Better Leaders

Scaffold Coaching

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http://www.scaffoldcoaching.com/ Building Better Leaders is a fortnightly podcast created to help leaders get the best outcomes for themselves, their teams and organisation. Hosted by the founders of Scaffold Coaching, (http://scaffoldcoaching.com/) Rachael Sullivan and John Tattersall, they cover all things work: from how to lead your team in uncertain times, overcoming motivation issues, managing change, better decision making, problem solving, managing work and home life to building outst ...
 
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Building the future: Masterclass

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Building the future: Masterclass

Dansk Arkitektur Center (DAC)

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The Danish Architecture Center’s masterclass explores key issues around professional practice in the built environment. How will your work change in the future? Hear from industry leaders and researchers in architecture, engineering, planning, and construction about tomorrow’s trends, technical solutions, and cross-collaborations. Learn more at dac.dk/podcast
 
Dentists advance in practice ownership clinically and profitably with Jayme Amos on the Ideal Practices Podcast. He’s the bestselling author, expert in building practices and founder of dentistry’s most popular website for opening dental offices. Each week you’ll learn tips from the best minds in dentistry to create your Ideal Practice. Jayme Amos is the founder of www.HowToOpenADentalOffice.com where tens of thousands visit his site. His bestselling book, Practice Location is in its second ...
 
Creativity is often taught, as a solo practice: a person that is good at drawing, or music, is said to be creative. But creativity, for kids as well as adults, is not limited to the creative arts. James Dyson, creator of the Dyson vacuum, derived the system from experiencing a problem with his own household vacuum and then watching a giant cyclone vacuum system at a nearby sawmill plant.The root of creativity then is to create-- to solve-- but we often are not taught that way.Anyone who crea ...
 
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Nonprofit Build Up

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Nonprofit Build Up

A. Nicole Campbell

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Welcome to the Nonprofit Build Up, hosted by A. Nicole Campbell. Discover insights from nonprofit and philanthropy leaders about assessing and building better organizational infrastructure, programmatic strategies, and challenging traditional sector approaches on how to support some of the world’s most vulnerable communities. A. Nicole Campbell has over fifteen years of legal and operational experience in the social sector and has worked in private practice, private philanthropy, and the pub ...
 
Businesses in Bloom is hosted by Juliet Austin from www.julietaustin.com Juliet is a marketing consultant and web copywriter for therapists in private practice and natural health businesses. Juliet interviews therapists, holistic practitioners, wellness and natural health businesses about their journeys of success. Guests share the marketing strategies, work habits and other factors that helped them build their private practice or business. These compelling stories are meant to inspire psych ...
 
Peter Brockway was among the first professionals to be active in the private equity industry in the southeastern United States. Over a thirty plus year career in private investments, Mr. Brockway has had a leadership role in leading private equity firms, partnering with numerous middle market companies in diverse industries to grow their businesses through numerous value-building strategies.Mr. Brockway has served on various boards at Wake Forest University for over the past decade. In 2017, ...
 
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I loved recording this episode with Rebecca Lee. We talk about the complexities of building a business, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. We talk about privilege and how that has impacted both of us in our abilities to build a business, and we talk about how that privilege shows up in our work. Rebecca and I also have an important conversati…
 
Do you know what strengthens fundraising and development efforts? Knowing your organization's infrastructure. And we have seen organizations with a firm grasp on their organizational infrastructure needs fare considerably better than organizations that are unaware. Why should you think about building infrastructure when you are fundraising or engag…
 
Welcome to episode 1 of the The Bends, Breaks, and Blends That Shape Our Future podcast! Many ideas are never shared and because of it, we all lose. History shows us that very few ideas and even great ideas, are original. They represent bends, breaks, and blends of existing concepts. Iteration and innovation at its core. On this show we will Discus…
 
Allison Gest is the Assistant Principal for Teaching & Learning at Maine East High School. In Part 2, she discusses some strategies for observing Cooperative Learning with Adam, Derrick, and Aaron. They also discuss how Cooperative Learning became an essential part of her classroom practice. https://twitter.com/jjcooplearn https://www.co-operation.…
 
I love to give anti-diet gifts around the holiday season! What started out as a “fun idea” in 2017 has turned into an annual project for me and my team. Check out our 2021 Anti-Diet Gift Guide here! Happy Holidays! We are so honored to support dietitians in building an anti-diet business this holiday season and into 2022.…
 
Peter Senge, the American systems scientist and author said, "People don't resist change; they resist being changed." And we've all heard the McKinsey '70% of change programmes fail' stat hundreds of times (largely because of a lack of buy-in from people and leaders). Most corporate 'big change' is agreed by CEOs and senior teams and then pushed do…
 
The podcast welcomes back Dr. Chris Pachel, DVM, DACVB, CABC! How can you tell if a dog's licking is related to allergies or behavior? It may not be as straight forward as you think since there can be some overlap. Client communication, multimodal treatment, etc. Dig into some details of this complex area of case management!…
 
Allison Gest is the Assistant Principal for Teaching & Learning at Maine East High School. In Part 1, she shares the start of her journey in Cooperative Learning with Adam, Derrick, and Aaron. They also discuss which essential elements provided the most challenge in the early days of their practice. https://twitter.com/jjcooplearn https://www.co-op…
 
Brittany Modell and I had such an authentic, honest, and vulnerable conversation in this episode, which can be a very rare thing in the business world. Brittany just launched a new offer, and she didn’t get the results she was hoping for. She wanted to come on the podcast and break down what happened because she felt like she learned so many valuab…
 
Summary: Host Scott McInnes’ guest on this episode of Building Better Cultures exemplifies the passion she prescribes for strong leadership. Zana Goic Petricevic, founder and managing director of Bold Leadership Culture, brings a uniquely compelling brand of coaching and transformational approach to empowering workplace cultures. Her new book, “Bol…
 
We celebrate episode #52 by summarising the past year, sharing a little of our personal histories and reviewing the year spent with our wonderful guests. We chat about our school age experiences and what shaped us as youngsters, and how & when our careers started. What did we see and hear at work, reflecting on the great leaders, and the not so gre…
 
How much grooming is too much grooming in a cat? Can stress really be the cause? Do you refer them to a dermatologist, internist or behaviorist? Learn where to start with overgrooming cats! Diagnostics, causes and how to get them under control and comfortable.โดย Ashley Bourgeois, DVM, Dip ACVD
 
Nic had a fascinating conversation with a nonprofit President & CEO about diversity, equity, and inclusion. Throughout their conversation they talked about indicators that show when nonprofits and philanthropies are serious and intentional about DEI. In fact, those lingering thoughts are what inspired this episode! Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion …
 
It sometimes feels like Employee Engagement has been superseded by the new, best thing in leadership thinking - purpose, values, leading in a hybrid world etc. But, for me, it's about getting the fundamentals of work right so that workplaces are the best they can be to allow people to be the best they can be David Macleod and Nita Clarke published …
 
Adam, Derrick, & Aaron continue their reflection on what is needed to support new CL enthusiasts and how that support is even valuable for veteran practitioners. http://www.co-operation.org/ Cooperative Learning Institute on Twitterโดย BuildingtheCooperativeClassroom
 
If you are a dietitian interested in sports nutrition, this episode is for you! Jill Merkel has such an amazing story about how she combines her passion with a need in the marketplace. She actually has many different ideal clients who are all interested in sports nutrition for different reasons. She has 1:1 private practice time, an intuitive eatin…
 
The podcast welcomes Dr. Amy Thomson, DVM, DAVDC (@toothy.thomson) to discuss cases that can cross over from dentistry to dermatology. Learn about oral lesions, how to biopsy them and client education. We discuss eosinophilic granuloma complex and autoimmune and neoplastic diseases in the mouth.โดย Ashley Bourgeois, DVM, Dip ACVD
 
Nic has listened to and helped nonprofit leaders tell compelling stories for more than a decade. Her work has shown her that there is a strong connection between a nonprofit’s ability to say, “No,” to a grant and compelling storytelling. In this episode, Nic shares the final indicator of infrastructure strength that is connected to an organization’…
 
Adam, Derrick, & Aaron talk about the supports that they needed to get started with Cooperative Learning and how that influences their roles today. http://www.co-operation.org/ Cooperative Learning Institute on Twitterโดย BuildingtheCooperativeClassroom
 
Summary: While it may seem counter-intuitive at first, there is wisdom in the concept of leading from behind. This episode of Building Better Cultures deconstructs team dynamics and the long-term impact of providing individuals the space to contribute. Host Scott McInnes invites Peter Docker, the popular motivational speaker and author of multiple …
 
Proliferative and Necrotizing Otitis Externa (PNOE) is a rare autoimmune disease that can affect young cats. Once you see a picture of this disease, you won't forget it! Learn about the clinical apperance and treatment options available for this crusty disease.โดย Ashley Bourgeois, DVM, Dip ACVD
 
Adam, Derrick, & Aaron conclude their discussion of what Cooperative Learning has to say about Group Projects. How do we individually assess one student's work? http://www.co-operation.org/ Cooperative Learning Institute on Twitterโดย BuildingtheCooperativeClassroom
 
In this weeks episode we meet Gert Jan Hofstede Professor at Wageningen University and co-author of “Cultures & Organisations - Software of the Mind.” He is a speaker and trainer about cross-cultural issues, evolution of culture, organisational behaviour, trust and transparency, specialising in agent-based models of socio-technical systems. In unde…
 
Welcome Natalie Harris to the Pursuing Private Practice podcast! In this episode, she shares so many vulnerable moments in her career with us. So much of what she talks about is very relatable. Natalie talks about imposter syndrome and feeling undervalued by other health care professionals. She also talks about feelings of resentment she has had ar…
 
Before we start, we encourage you to ask yourself a couple of questions. Does it really matter how you build your infrastructure? Does how you build your infrastructure determine whether you can say, “No,” to a grant? In this episode, Nic shares the second of three indicators of infrastructure strength that are connected to an organization’s abilit…
 
Since owners are having a hard time getting into their general veterinarian, there is an increase amount of dermatologic patients trying presenting to the emergency veterinary clinic. This can be acute moist dermatitis (“hot spots”), otitis and general allergic itch. Dr. Nell Dalton, DVM (WestVet in Boise, ID) discuss this in this podcast episode. …
 
In this episode, Nic explores the connection between infrastructure and the ability to say, “No,” to a grant. She shares the first of 3 indicators of infrastructure strength that are connected to an organization’s ability to say, “No,” to funding – revenue diversification. Being terrified of even the thought of saying, “No,” to a sizable grant is o…
 
Adam, Derrick, & Aaron continue discussing what Cooperative Learning has to say about Group Projects. What is the teacher's role while students are working? http://www.co-operation.org/ Cooperative Learning Institute on Twitterโดย BuildingtheCooperativeClassroom
 
I absolutely loved talking to Suzanne Smith for this episode! We talk about so many different topics, but the one that I want to point out is the discussion we have about the black and white thinking that so many business owners adopt when they are building their business. Suzanne was very open and honest about her own eating disorder recovery, and…
 
Summary: Startups are known for being fluid, nimble and open to experimentation. In this episode of Building Better Cultures, Host Scott McInnes’ guest is someone uniquely positioned to explain the mindset and best practices under which these ventures thrive. Chief Marketing Officer for MUSH, a Chicago-based food company that has experienced phenom…
 
Symmetrical lupoid onychodystrophy is an autoimmune disease that can cause dog's to slough their claws. It can be very painful and requires chronic management. Learn the approach to this disease from diagnosis to treatment.โดย Ashley Bourgeois, DVM, Dip ACVD
 
When you think of innovation, do you also think about accountability? Do you think you need accountability in your infrastructure in order to innovate? In this episode, Nic shares the second building block about infrastructure and innovation – true innovation requires accountability. Having built organizational infrastructure for years now, Nic see…
 
Adam, Derrick, & Aaron discuss what Cooperative Learning has to say about Group Projects. How are these different than the projects that we all came to dread as students? http://www.co-operation.org/ Cooperative Learning Institute on Twitterโดย BuildingtheCooperativeClassroom
 
In this weeks episode Rachael & John are joined by Andy Copsey Ex-Chief Operating Officer for Handelsbanken UK. Andy shares his early experiences of Leadership and how he contrasts the changes when moving to Handelsbanken in 2001. He explains how they adopted a Devolved Leadership model from Jan Wallander and how its appeal intoxicated Andy, as he …
 
Carlie Saint-Laurent Beaucejour joins me for this episode. We hit record without a real plan in place and just decided to see where the conversation went! We talk about Carlie’s start as a business owner, how she started practicing an intuitive eating approach, her pregnancy, and what authentic social media marketing means to her. Carlie does a rea…
 
Cone-beam computed tomography systems are a variation of traditional computed tomography (CT) systems. This technology has been used in human dentistry with the ability to rotate around the patient, capturing data using a cone-shaped X-ray beam. This information can be used to reconstruct a 3D image of the patient’s anatomy. Cone-beam CT is making …
 
This episode was inspired by Nic’s conversation with a nonprofit CEO where they talked a lot about how nonprofits and philanthropies often focus on innovation as an outcome or a specific point in time. The conversation really made us reflect. In the nonprofit sector, we often hear the word, innovation, but we do not talk as much about how an organi…
 
Summary: Culture in the workplace is often assumed to be human-to-human contact in the office environment, so the concept of culture in a solely remote business, on the surface, seems irrelevant. On this episode of Building Better Cultures, Scott discusses the importance of culture within a remote-only business framework with Camilla Boyer, an expe…
 
I want to thank Whitney Trotter for coming on to the Pursuing Private Practice Podcast for this episode and challenging me to think in a new way. Whitney has a gift for putting into words some of the more difficult thoughts and conversations that many of us are having around privileges and criticisms. Some of the topics discussed include: How to wo…
 
In this episode, Scott talks about why recognition, why it's important and some ways to do it in a way that's authentic and builds price among your people Key takeaways: ➡️ Recognition is an important leadership skill that improves employee engagement. ➡️ A simple 'Thank you' is often enough - but let people know why you're thanking them so they kn…
 
Initially, I was a little thrown off when I heard Douxo® was changing their main active ingredient from phytosphingosine to ophytrium. Why change it now? But, as I learned more about the upgrades that were being made to the new Douxo® S3 line, I was really excited hear about the thought and innovation that went into upgrading this line. On this epi…
 
This week on the Nonprofit Build Up, we are continuing the grant making discussion, in particular, making grants to individuals. This episode was recorded as an episode from our Fast Build Friday series, a web-series where we quickly build what you know about infrastructure design in the nonprofit sector.  If you are not making grants to individual…
 
In this weeks podcast John & Rachael are joined by CEO of Potential Squared, Colin Hunter. Colin is also the author of the new book: 'Be More Wrong.' In this episode we discuss with Colin how experiencing failure or not living up to his family ambitions allowed him to dance to his own tune, in his own life and rhythm. Colin discusses how he makes i…
 
Fiona Young joins me on this episode to talk about how we can merge MNT recommendations with an intuitive eating, non-diet, weight-inclusive approach. We talk about how our own eating disorder recovery journeys have led us to want and crave healthier options for food. Nutrition is a big deal to both of us, but it’s only one aspect of someone’s over…
 
Over the next two weeks on the Nonprofit Build Up, we are discussing grant making. This week we are focusing on making grants to organizations that are not US public charities. This episode was recorded as an episode from our Fast Build Friday series, a web-series where we quickly build what you know about infrastructure design in the nonprofit sec…
 
With veterinary clinics being so busy, it seems helpful to hand out an antihistamine dose over the phone when a client calls about their itchy pet. However, the more we learn about the pathomechanism of pruritus in dogs, histamine doesn’t play as big of a role as originally thought. Pruritus from canine atopic dermatitis is actually driven by vario…
 
Summary: The culture and structure of military service is completely unique, and yet on some levels there are commonalities with commercial organizations of any type. In this episode of Building Better Cultures, Scott welcomes two front-line officers whose experience shaping the Irish Defence Forces offers lessons applicable within any workplace en…
 
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