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Concerns rise over election-related unrest
"Episode of the Coma politic cast recorded Monday. Almost Charlie Harder goes in depth with political strategist Kathy Allen and Randy Peple. In this excerpt, Charlie asked them about their concerns for the coming days. Shops are boarded up in Seattle and across the country. We saw those trucks with the trump flags on them surround the Biden bus over the weekend, and then on the far left, you have streets burning with riots and violence happening. I gotta ask you what's your level of concern for the threat of violence in the days following the election? It all depends, I suppose on to turn out, but I suspect I think we're gonna have a lot of celebration and not necessarily the kind that break windows and scream and yell at each other. I tend to think it will be much more of a festive and positive time. With everyone's expectations. Likely to wonder what comes next. Ready. Charlie. I share your concern. I think that there is a real danger of violence because we've already seen violence in the streets all summer long in some of our major cities in the United States, and now you're going to have a situation where there's a good chance that the vote totals tomorrow night. Are going to favor Donald Trump. His supporters are more likely to be voting at the Poles. Those votes they're going to be counted on Election day, and so it is very likely that he'll be ahead on Tuesday night and then we will see the lead start to slip away. As other state start counting their mail and votes, And the problem is each day that goes by each hour. That goes by where more votes are coming away, and his lead is getting smaller that his people are going to be believing that It's being stolen, and that's what can lead to violence. And, frankly, on the left. There are some that they're going to embrace it. Just like on the far right. There are groups out there that want to embrace the violence. They want chaos. They are anarchists. And that is the danger that we're gonna have, and next weekend if we don't have a very clear decision in the presidential race. That's gonna be a day weekend that I'm staying indoors. We're speaking with political strategists, Randy Peple and Kathy Allen cabbie. Well, I could also say that that which gives me great hope that that's not gonna happen Is that the number of votes that have indeed come in now? Give me that sense of a really security blanket and well, by the way and taking a look today at all of the estimates as to how many of those votes that have come in You know, over a dozen states right now are saying they will have far more counter the name ever can act on election night. But the problem with that, Kathy is that in Pennsylvania, they're not even allowed to look. You said that thing. But the fact is, is that that's one state and that is the state. I feel most likely is going to have those log log route of divided and they will have disappeared. People voting on Election Day as they have indeed been voting early. I appreciate that, Kathy, but I tend to look at where the candidates are spending their time to decide where they think they need the most help. And the entire Biden campaign is in Pennsylvania tomorrow on today, I mean the he's there. Carla Harris is there. His wife is there her husband is there. I mean, they're putting all their eggs in that basket. If they were secure about Pennsylvania, they would be somewhere else. And that's why I'm concerned because under Pennsylvania law, they're not allowed to even start checking the signatures. On the mail in ballots until 7 a.m. tomorrow, and many of the county clerks have said Hey at 7 A.m. tomorrow will get ready for election Day. We aren't even gonna look at our mail in ballots until Wednesday and Pennsylvania is the tipping point state. If Florida goes for Trump, Pennsylvania or North Carolina is going to be the one that will determine whether or not he holds on And so that's what I'm very concerned about. I'm actually not as concerned about Pennsylvania. I think he's putting a homecoming together that actually will indeed increased the number of people that will vote for him. You can hear the entire conversation with Rady Peple and Kathy Allen on the Coma politic cast available wherever you get your podcast and on coma, news dot com and
The presidential campaigns continue
"Carla. Harris appearing at in-person events in battleground states, Friday. After. Each testing negative for covid. Nineteen Harris also joining former President Obama. In an online fundraiser where he offered this comment on President Trump's INLEX. We're in the midst of a big political fight. And we take that very seriously. We also want to extend our. Best. Wishes that the president is dates first lady this week, the focus of the campaign shifts to the battle for the vice presidency with Harris set to debate vice president Mike. Pence in. Salt. Lake City on Wednesday Rockford our shoulders to the wheel through the work that is necessary Harris arriving there today. The candidates will now be seated twelve feet apart instead of seven, an additional corona virus precaution pence planes a rally the day after in Arizona. Meantime. To Biden team plans to continue campaigning Jill Biden on the trail in Minnesota today and Bernie Sanders stumping for Biden in New Hampshire which candidate has the temperament to see us through this difficult crisis.
"carla harris" Discussed on 550 KFYI
"Wait for sure. I benefited just because I don't have to go through what? My black room. I don't have to go through what my black brothers and sisters throws insist to go through which again he's using those terms Black brothers and sisters in a condescending way to say it, But this goes because I don't have to go through what my black brothers and sisters have had to go through. Number one, but number two scoops of number two here. Yeah, but just a moment on that again. Here. He is a guy who Should be having a slam dunk when it comes to black votes in this country. Carla Harris is running mate Harris administration. She came out today and said, We need black people to vote. This is how desperate the Democrats were getting resorting to black brothers and sisters from Joe Biden's about having Kamala Harris say black people need to vote for us. It used to be just an assumed thing. But that assumption Now here we are 60 years after the Civil Rights Act has been obvious that you've taken advantage of black voters to keep yourselves in power. Exactly. And Donald Trump is running on his his record, with the black communities running on his record with the Hispanic community and their higher wages and lower unemployment. And he is he's got that going for. Absolutely he does. But here's the best point. Joe Biden's making. Joe Biden says he feels you grow a pair Scranton They're used to guys to look down their noses. He did not grope in Scranton. He did not He group in Delaware. He did not grow up in Scranton. He was born there. Here we go, You know, grow a pair Scranton..
"carla harris" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Have done nothing but Fight for you. I did what our political establishment never expected and could never forgive, breaking the cardinal rule of Washington politics. I kept my promise. Very much of his speech. He blasted Democrats and his opponent, Joe Biden. Joe Biden, is not a savior of America's soul. He is the destroyer of America's jobs. I have given the chance you will be the destroyer. Of American greatness. He mentioned Biden's named 41 times. He portrayed him as a week or a politician who he said will be a tool of the radical left. It has not gotten anything done nearly 50 years in politics. He also paid a frightening picture of what he says looking by the Democrats would bring the country if the left gains power they will demolish the suburbs. Confiscate your guns at appoint justices who will wipe away your Second Amendment another constitutional freedoms. Biden is a Trojan Horse for socialism. Remember, Carla Harris did say she would like to have a An executive order. Ah, to basically require The sale of guns back to the government. Require that's confiscation. No, they're going. They're going to give you some money, but that's confiscation. He addressed some of his recent police. Some of the recent police involved shootings and protests that have followed when there is Police misconduct justice system must hold wrongdoers fully and completely accountable and it will, but when we can never have a situation Where things are going on. As they are today. We must never allow mob rule We can never allow Ma bro. You also again opposed an optimistic view of the against the Corona virus. In recent months. Our nation And the entire planet. Has been struck by a new and powerful, invisible enemy. Like those brave Americans before us, we're meeting this challenge. We're delivering lifesaving therapies. And will produce a vaccine before the end of the year. Or maybe even sooner. He closed with a final pitch for another four years in office. We will make Americans Safer..
"carla harris" Discussed on Business Scale Insights
"Series of guided questions about this very issue, race relations in the workplace and then creating some action steps that leadership is able to begin putting in place to really have a dynamic change so our program being black at work. It starts with the talk, and that's what we do. It's a frank. respectful conversation with guided questions. My Team I facilitate this, and we lay the groundwork in the beginning, and that is. This is the place for you to be. Your best self and ask the questions you want to ask and obviously in covert. We do it virtually. And while we while we do have we. We always prefer that people be on camera. We know that this is a sensitive topic, so there are times where people oh, we, we will allow them to be off camera and just send in their questions. If they're not ready to yet, burke allies whatever it is that they are there. Questions are so that along with all of the training and development that we do around leadership and staff development. It really just works it all works well together, because it's all about humanizing business and creating long term relationships. Yes I love it. I love well. Now that you've sold everybody on your services. That is listening to this. podcast either they're going to know somebody that needs your services, or they know they themselves their company, their business or their organization. They're nonprofit or government. Organization needs your services. So how can people reach you directly if they like to? Work with you today. So our phone number is seven, five, four, two, one, eight, five to eight eight. And our website is. Is your image working? which I know is a little confusing for some folks. Since we're the People Institute, but I always ask clients to ask your question our answer, the question is your image working at what does that mean to you? Because the image that we present to the world is the image that the company represents whether you like it or not. Oh, I love that I love that particularly. If you're telling everybody black lives, matter and you don't have anybody that's right. In leadership in your in your organization, so is that the image that you want to? That's right. I love that I love that well as I knew this would be a phenomenal podcast I. Thank you for Your Time I. Thank you for your friendship. I appreciate you and I hope everyone I'm serious particularly now listen to this podcast over and over and over again particularly. If you know that you're in a toxic work environment, if you are leadership. If you're an employee, e pass it around. We've got to have these crucial conversations and the beautiful thing about podcast. People can listen to it while they're in their car. Listen to it while they're in the shower. Nobody asked to know, but let's try to plant a seed, so we can get so we can really start the healing process, so thank you again, Miss Carla Harrah's and to everyone. Here's US success. Have Crank you for having me Kim. You're welcome. Take Care Five you too bye-bye. If you already have proven business model, but have concerns about the best way to grow and scale. Then you should contact the. At New Day consulting systems new day uses innovative.
"carla harris" Discussed on Business Scale Insights
"I, my first thought is to separate. Diversity. So that sounds a little counter-intuitive but. When you think when when you fill out the form and you check the box, it says your staff is diverse, so much goes into that, so you have the all lives that matter that go into that box of diversity. So internally companies can separate that companies can really begin making sure that they have a balanced workforce so within that strategy. Yes, we. We don't want to hire someone simply because. Of Their race, we just have to make sure that we're not excluding them and the experience. They bring to the table because of their race riots, so if we're if we separate the box of diversity. And say okay well. We have group ABC and de whatever makes up diversity within their organization. then. We have to look at so if blacks are the be. Ifs African. American is that be in the the the box of diversity. And it's out of fifty percent. It's only two percent or ten percent that we need to look at. The companies need to really make a concerted effort to increase that percentage so that it's better balanced across the board. And they can do that by partnering with Educational, Institutions Partnering with. African American professional associations to have their recruitment efforts be more diverse as well as their I as well as their. Wanting to diversify. The internal. Levels of diversity and and I know that's a lot. That I'm saying I'm hoping. I'm making myself clear. If, we have to separate the majority from those at all the diverse bucket. We have to now focus on separating the separating that diverse bucket to make sure that all. That black folks are represented well within that level of diversity. Does that make sense? Making, sure that black people are represented well within diversity. That's the the measurement. I think I'm I think I'm understanding, but I'm a little foggy. You having more examples so. So let's let's say that Company a has to identify. They are in the process of identifying their Their stat, their staffing ratios and It's fifty fifty, so fifty percents of their staff are. White Americans are White Caucasians the other fifty percent of their staff. Are All grouped together as They're diverse population within that diverse population. You have all the legal. Definitions of what diversity means. Editor, sexual a sexual orientation religious kinds of things. So with an those that diverse population. If you have. Fifty people in that diverse population and the fifty people, only ten percent or five percent of those fifty people. Are, African American. Then it's there needs to be a concerted effort to. Increase the number of African Americans within that organization. Because what happens is the company's leadership can say where very diverse. And they would be on paper. They would be diverse, but are they diverse within? Does that diversity include? African American employees at every single level. okay. I think the part that is really telling is at every single level, correct at every single level and that and that and and and that I think is the problem for most companies. They'll be able to to show you. Yes, we have so many wonderful, qualified black employees that are members of the rank and file staff but those employees don't necessarily. Have the opportunities to your point. or and or the network, for whatever reason because we know informal networks and mentorships and patronage is mean a lot. for whatever reason not because they're not talented, and not because they're not gifted, and not because they can't do the job, but for whatever reason that kind of employment number kind of stays there you don't see it at all levels, so I get it. And wanting to Camp I want to just. Out I want. Your listeners to consider is that. You accompany. A company can have a high level of diversity and have no. African American employees absolutely axial Lena, that has. And that's what I'm talking about. So a company can can tout being diverse and not have one African. American employees think about that. No I. I've I've lived it. I've I've definitely lived that so I get it, so we have to be intentional. Yes, say that we're going to have a diverse workplace particularly in a time where we see a black people dealing with a lot of structural racism. If you are serious that black lives, matter is a statement of facts right, and you believe that at the highest echelons then you need to be intentional and not. Not just say we have a diverse workplace, but we have black employees. These and these black employees have a seat at the table. Correct, curious, okay, so what are the keys for black and non black employees to make this work? Let's talk about black employees, and let's talk about non black employees. Who our allies. What what how can this? How can they work together to make this a reality? So first of all, I want to be really clear that it is not the black employees responsibility. To explain. All things black. In a corporate setting. Let's just out there. Okay, came in sister it. It is not our responsibility to do that. However, I, do think that we have to stand up. And speak. For what is right? Yeah within the organization. And we can't cower to what we think the negative outcome may be. So I I do believe the onus is on us to stand up for what we believe is right And Not Coward to the pressure now for non-blacks. There's.
"carla harris" Discussed on Business Scale Insights
"Hello and welcome to another episode of business scale insights I'm your host Kimberly Bonner and today it is my honor to have the CEO of the people. Institute Carla Harris with me to talk about black lives. Matter at work, so thank you so much for joining us today. Pay Cham. How are you? Thanks for having me absolutely I'm good. would be better when this covid nineteen. All this craziness of the world goes away, but we're plugging through. Yes, yes, absolutely I. Know you very well, but the listening audience does not so please share a little bit more about yourself, your background and more about the work of the People Institute. Absolutely so the People Institute is a training and Development Organization and our goal really is to work with teams. In the area of Communication, leadership, development, and just overall really helping people work better together We've been in business since nineteen ninety-seven and our goal even in this Kobe time is to. Is To offer instructor led training so now, of course we're doing it via the virtual platform, but human to human interaction really is our sweet spots wonderful wonderful, well, one of the many reasons why I invited you to talk with the listening audience today is we work with I? Work with businesses, large, small and everything in between and We've got a lot of unrest in the. The United States right now. I'm clean, covert nineteen, and also we have ethnic issues of specifically the black lives matter kind of protests and just related to police brutality, a whole lot of other things. And I thought it would be remiss if this podcast did not provide help tangible health for people whether it's trying to triage covert nineteen or now right now when it comes to I think. Almost the the humanity kind of. That we're facing in America today, and so when I reached out to you I, did it because I know your work and the people in with the people institute I know you're working kind of HR. Circles humanizing business and I think it's so important for. US to have these very might be very difficult. Sensitive conversations. About, yes, diversity and inclusion, but also this issue of black lives matter because I I I wanna just kinda pause before we kind of go and delve deep into this interview, but one thing I want the listening audience to understand I. I'm not talking about. Black lives matter as a political movement. and. We are not talking about black lives matter as an organization. Does I don't know the people involved I. Don't think you know the people involved car. We are not co-signing that at all, but we are talking about black lives matter as a statement of fact. Black lives matter as a statement of truth. And how to make that how to live that truth? Consistently. All Day every day whether it's in the work space in the board room in our communities, so that's I wanted to kind of make sure we got that all clear and that disclaimer because I know there's a lot of confusion about those words, and it's a lightning Rod, but if I hope none of my listeners confused that black lives matter period. Right S with ad set. A lot of people because of what's going on with you know. Ethnic racial unrest? a lot of people have been talking about diversity and inclusion in the workplace, and I know you have a long rich history in that space, and so can you share for people? The listening audience who might be new to this? What exactly do those words diversity and inclusion really mean? So. Absolutely, I I wanted to go a little literal. When I as I was preparing for our conversation. And just by definition. Diversity is according to Webster's dictionary. The condition of having or being composed of differing elements and inclusion is the act of being included within group or a structure. So when you think about that as as you. If you transfer that to the workplace, you're thinking about the having diverse perspectives, having diverse beliefs thoughts ideas. Included within the structure of the corporate environment so for, and that would be from the bottom, the front line trench workers as I call them all way up to an including. Active leadership and even board leadership. So when we think about that from a workplace, it really is embracing all aspects and values and perspectives of what people bring to the table. I love it. embracing all aspects and values of what people bring to the table eleven. So you know at first I was GONNA. Ask You about the black. Lives Matter Movement. And, because there's been so much controversy related to that movement. I, don't I don't WanNa. Talk about that. Because people people conflict eight the movement get really bogged down in what's going on in the movement versus the statement. Right and I just WanNa, really narrow our conversation to the statement. Because sometimes you know in HR circles. You things get a little confusing. Is. Is the black lives matter kind of concept? You know is that? a legitimate part of diversity inclusion discussions at work. I think it should be. and I agree with you and not wanting to. Even have the the head of a perception about being politically correct or incorrect. I think this is from a humane perspective right? This is you know it's funny how you started out with you know humanizing the approach because for the people. Institute that's our Tagline humanizing business and developing relationships, and you cannot have one without the other you have to understand. How value people in order to have a relationship with someone and..
Building your personal brand.
"Welcome to hacking your leadership. I'm Chris and this is talent Tuesday this short weekly segment dedicated to all things talent related before we begin. I have a small favored ask the Renzo and I are in the process of writing next leadership book and we've created a short seven question multiple choice survey to gather some data if you have about a minute to spare good hacking your leadership dot com forge last survey and give us some insight all right for this talent. Tuesday episode. I WanNa talk about your personal brand. Companies have brands including the one for which you currently work. Some people are fortunate enough to work for brands. That are admired. There's not so much whether the brand of your organization is known around the world or just within your particular industry. It's a good bet. There are people working hard to maintain or even raise the image of that brand everyday. People also have brands literally. Everyone does we all have that one friend who we know. We'll be late to the lunch meeting. We also probably know someone who if they were even five minutes late. We'd assume something terrible happen to them because they're just never late. Think about the people you work closest with is there one you'd reach out to. I ask for help on something. Is there one year so against asking for help that you'd literally rather not get an answer reach out? These people all have brands. You have a brand and I promise you. There is no single thing more important to the opening of doors in your career. Then your personal brand a leader and mentor. I highly respect once told me that the most important conversations impacting my career will happen without me even being in the room and his unsettling is that thought might be one hundred percent true. This is because people don't typically WanNa talk about you candidly while you can hear what they're saying especially the result of that conversation might lead to a dropping engagement or performance. They'd much rather you not even know you were considered but passed over for something unless there's a specific fixable reason and they believe you can actually fix it and even under those circumstances it'll be presented to you in a different way than how it was hashed out between your leader in their peers while there's no way to stop these conversations from happening without you. It's absolutely possible to control the narrative by controlling your personal brand Morgan Stanley. Vice-chairman Carla Harris has been using technique for years that I try to live by whenever I can. I pick three adjectives that I'd like people to think of me as I pick adjectives that align with the brand the values and the direction of the organization and I begin to take daily steps to associate myself with them. I find ways to self identify these things verbally to people with whom? I have conversations if I want to be known as trustworthy. I'll ask workers to confide in me and I'll tell them flat out untrustworthy. And that'll never repeat what they're telling me. This calls out the association between trust and ME TO THAT CO WORKER. Who is now more likely to think of me as someone they can trust. Plenty of trustworthy. People aren't ever known as such because while they do the work of actually being trustworthy. They don't do the equally important work of building their personal brand around it. If you're a leader of people or if you WANNA be one having a solid personal brand a requisite to being able to lead effectively it takes a long time to build and only a moment to destroy and it will undoubtedly stir the direction of your entire career. Thanks for listening and have a great
VCs are leaving trillions on the table by bypassing diverse leaders, study says
"It when we first aired this story earlier this year. I said. Stop me if you've heard this before but actually you gotta to hear this if you missed it. Ninety one percent of venture capital investment goes to men almost eighty percent of those men are white probably because ninety percent of venture capitalists Armen mostly white but new data shows that. BBC's are leaving a lot of money on the table by only investing in people. Who Look like them? Morgan Stanley put out new information. Just this week. That says venture capital as an industry could be missing out on as much as four trillion dollars in value by not investing in more diverse founders yup trillion Carla Harris is vice chairman of global wealth management at Morgan Stanley. She told me earlier this year. The numbers are getting hard it to ignore. I think in the last few years there's been a lot of data that has been released that talks about the value of companies that have more women internally eh or the performance of women lead founders or the successes multicultural entrepreneurs so now I think there's far more data data out there. That is supportive of the argument. That in fact there is something to miss but I think when things have been bumping along you know in fine form form and there was nothing to counter that argument that was not necessarily a motivation on instigation. To change it especially when you're driven by returns I want to move the money chain when you put out a report like this from Morgan Stanley. Are you speaking not just a venture capitalist but also to their investors the limited partners who arguably they are the ones who are holding the purse strings. We hope so molly as part of what we're trying to do is to say not only are you. B C's missing it but perhaps happen if you're missing it you may be leaving money on the table for your limited partners and I wonder do you think that's where the ultimately the change has to come from like if LP's appease all suddenly introduced diversity writers if every pension fund that was going to put some money in venture capital said. Hey my pensioners want you to do the best you possibly can in that means investing. Broadly is that what it's going to take. Well I'll tell you I think that would be powerful. There's no question that limited partners have power in this. Let's see question to also move the needle with the distribution of capital two women and multicultural entrepreneurs no question and you absolutely started to see. There's some of that in the private equity industry where LP's like calpers and Kosters certainly did make a difference though. I think the same could apply here. That's very every reasonable right. The survey says that women earn seventy eight cents per dollar invested. Men only earned thirty one cents. That should be enough evidence right. We should suddenly. I'm sure that in the next next year we will see a flood of new investment when multicultural founders right. Well I won't
VCs are leaving trillions on the table by bypassing diverse leaders, study says
"This marketplace podcast is supported by pager duty in an always on world teams trust pager duty to help them deliver a perfect digital experience to their customers every time with pager duty t there's no question that limited partners have power in this equation to also move the needle with the distribution of capital two women and multiple public media this is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy I'm Ali would Carla Harris is vice chairman of Global Wealth Management and head of multicultural client strategy at Morgan Stanley the M dot com if you could make trillions of dollars investing in more diverse founders why wouldn't you from American value of companies that have more women internally or the performance of women lead founders or the success is multicultural missing out on as much as four trillion dollars in value by not investing in more diverse founders trillion Carla Harris is vice chairman of especially when you're driven by returns I want to move up the money chain when you put out a report like this from Morgan Stanley are you speaking not just a venture capitalist must eighty percent of those men are white probably because ninety percent of venture capitalists are men mostly white but new data shows that BBC's are leaving a lot of money on the table by only investing in people who look like them Morgan Stanley put out new information just this week that says venture capital as an industry could be that's where the ultimately the change has to come from like if LP's Al- suddenly introduced you know diversity riders if every pension fund that was going to put some money into venture capital said entrepeneurship no question and you absolutely started to see some of that in the private equity industry where LP's calpers and Kosters certainly did we to invest more broadly but that doesn't make sense right well let's talk for a moment about how venture capital firms make money and why I suspect it is their investor that should be enough evidence right we should suddenly I'm sure that in the next year we will see a flood of new investment when multicultural founders right well things have been bumping along you know in fine form and there was nothing to counter that argument there was not necessarily a motivation on instigation to change it hey my pensioners want you to do the best you possibly can in that means investing broadly is that what it's GonNa take well I'll tell you I do think that that would be powerful double wealth management at Morgan Stanley and she says the numbers are getting hard to ignore I think in the last few years there's been a lot of data that has been released that talks about the entrepreneurs so now I think there's far more data out there that is supportive of the argument that in fact there is something to miss but I think stop me if you've heard this before ninety one percent of venture capital investment goes to men but also to their investors limited partners who arguably are the ones who are holding the purse strings we hope Somali part of what we're trying to do is to say not only are UVS's missing it but perhaps if you're missing it you may be leaving some money on the table for your limited partners and I wonder do you think and now some related links we've got a link to the latest Morgan Stanley data and the survey of two hundred venture capitalists released earlier this week over at our website could difference though I think the same could apply here that's very reasonable right the survey says that women earn seventy eight cents per dollar invested men only earned thirty one cents I won't necessarily say it would be a flood but I'll tell you we would be very happy to see that happen if this one report made that kind of difference in the industry we'll take that all day long eighth marketplace Tech Dot Org one interesting result of the survey data is that sixty percent NBC's say there aren't enough women or multicultural founders in their portfolio the Wall Street Journal tried to break it down a year or so ago but investors are putting tons of money into venture capital and private equity right now because stocks and bonds are kind of flattening out I would have to demand major change. VC firms make money by charging a fee for managing money that's about a two and a half percent of the amount they raise says apm this marketplace podcast is brought to you by entercom intercom what's more of the Nice people visiting your website to give you money so they took a little chat bubble in the corner Google's so that even if everyone is doing fine right now why not at least try to do better Matt Pretty and Stephanie Hughes Produced Marketplace Tech Jody on customer unity got forty five percent more loyal users with intercom in just twelve months go to intercom dot com slash podcast to start making money from real time chat
"carla harris" Discussed on The Young Turks
"To would you abolish it for everyone? I think for me the word. Abolish doesn't sound like something you would just do in your own person, hood. Right. Sounds definitely it sounds official it definitely sounds official. And not only that, when they asked her to clarify her stands. She at the inset probably probably doesn't sound that. Sure. And not only that the Washington. Post sent out a survey about healthcare for all. And she did not reply to the request, and then on CNN she had a different stance. And so really, I think what it boils down that we have that CNN. We have a little bit of that, because exactly what you're pointing to is that there have been other moments where Carla Harris has had to clarify her stance on Medicare for all and specifically the aspect of private insurance. Here is a conversation that happened on CNN townhall that she later had to clarify watch. I believe it will totally eliminate private insurance. So for people out there who like their insurance, they don't get to keep it. Well, listen, the idea is that everyone gets access to medical care. And you don't have to go through the process of going through an insurance company, having them give you approval going through the paperwork, all of the delay that may require who of us have has not had that situation where you got to wait for a provable. And the doctor says, well, I don't know if your your insurance company's gonna cover this, let's eliminate all of that. Let's move on. So you saw the question there was will people who like their private insurance be able to keep it in the indoor answer was, let's get rid of all of that. Let's move on as far as issues, one may have with their private insurance. That's at least how it was interpreted from a lot of people, therefore the next day. She went back on CNN to clarify. We were together, and you'll remember enroll the tape. That will you support the Bernie Sanders Bill, which essentially getting care for out. But I really do need to clear up on that stage in the context of saying, let's get rid of all the bureaucracy. Let's get all of the way the insurance company. But that's not what I meant. I know it was interpreted. That way, if you watch the tape I think you'll see that they're obviously many interpretations of what I said, what I meant is. Let's get rid of the bureaucracy as a really. No, no, no. It does not get rid of insurance. And as you mentioned, the Washington Post essentially kind of broke down the question that was asked in the debate a little bit more. So saying, will you essentially get rid of private insurance in order to have Medicare for all? I just saw her name her. I just saw her digging their heart trick bag of courtroom antics, like, honestly, I saw what do you think? It's, it's I guess, I don't know threat term is this legalese you go to a one word. We'll change them. It's and it works to degree because the Bala Shlein also meant something different to me when I hear a bollocks your healthcare plan. It means not my personal and abolished my plan for the country. Right. It's like, well, you know, I would abolish mine, but you said mine some thinking my own, but abolished sounds it depends on how it is. So she also makes sure not to say also from may when she's clarifying from January to make sure to say, well, not that anything was wrong. It was just misinterpreted or set incorrectly. Or what I meant I understand, you could miss here's all these things have not like you're wrong. I was right. This is what I meant. You didn't get it. So it still works. I'm I'm reading this deep into it, but I'm still going, okay. I'll give it that much. You able to give her at least fifty percent passed though. Here's the deal. Why are they coming for communist so hard? That's a rhetorical question. Because the truth is that not too many of the candidates really. Understand what that would entail what the plan would entail. It hasn't thoroughly been fleshed out enough in. So if you were to ask every single candidate on that stage Biden, Bernie, even the one who proposed it, none of them would really have the answers that were that. Well nuance..
"carla harris" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"Elites crazy with a dose of common sense. Mark Levin show. Mark Levin show. I've said before we believe in the American dream, not the old Soviet dream. And apparently many of these politicians disagree with us. And they have a lot of people who support them who are bamboozled many of them are first generation in this country. They've never had the constitution explained to them or maybe they don't speak English. Well, which makes it difficult. Others are just hardcore leftists. Doc donated many are activists, and we're up against it. Now. And if you like your lifestyle, and you like this country, and you want your children to enjoy the kind of freedom and prosperity that you are despite all the attacks that this doesn't work, and that doesn't work and the other thing doesn't work, and they have the answers, and they're going to fix it. Look look at these malcontents in these miscreants. Who the hell's Elizabeth Warren? Why would you put your life in her hands? Who the hell is Carla Harris who the hell are these people that they come on the scene? They have good marketing. Inada play the media. They're not to get elected. And all of a sudden, they know everything. They're not around not just an industry that they've never even been involved in there around the whole damn economy. You have to be a complete idiot to vote for somebody like that. This Valentine's.
"carla harris" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
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"carla harris" Discussed on WDRC
"And that's course of brilliant ma that's tremendous center the heart of the city and they're using the hartford public library as their library the university library they're taking arts classes at the wadsworth at the neom they're using labs over at the connecticut science center just brilliant innovation now you have a keynote speaker i understand who is vice chairman and managing director of morgan stanley global role by by the name of carla harris right carla harris absolutely so carla harris is i mean remarkable is not big enough for carla harris she is just a force vice chair of morgan stanley global she was chair of the morgan stanley foundation for many many many years now the only is she leading the wealth management division but she's on many community organizations president obama named her the chair the national women's business council that's something that's that all of the remarkable women have in common and that is that they get back to the communities now there's something that really distinguishes carla from the rest and that is that she's also a gospel recording artists and she has five times sold out carnegie hall really something we are hoping how did you get guys dealt into a song at the women's luncheon that's just gonna blow the lid off of this pretty fabulous upcoming event about that and of course none of this could happen without sponsors and that's exactly how we were able to to get carla as our keynote it's about building relationships and you know that better than anybody you the master at that brad dad we are keynote speaker sponsor we also have comcast business trinity of new england and saint francis you con school of business and we also have let me see here who else do we have and then of course simone marco loro is our events sponsor and everybody great place for smart talented men and women they're really good partners of ours as well so this is on the thirtieth of april thirtieth and yukon school of business is our education leadership sponsor and this is all about we know that advancement is all about education thank you for sharing some of the thoughts donna donna collins associate publisher for the hartford business journal and this is coming up on the thirtieth of april and you can go.
"carla harris" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Oh i see myself as a boy on these streets as i walk now is the man i'm the spitting image of myself how like myself i am this is why i do not believe in time how could i if i feel the presence of the boy as completely as i do the man in many ways more completely since the boy is more completely realized he only existed in me over half a century ago walks with me today but it makes sense doesn't it we lived through future generations so why shouldn't past generations lived through us it maybe as much of immortality is we can expect or bear on this walk whenever i pass arrest route with high marble walls and christine ceilings i know the building was a bank 100 years ago i see the restaurant i see the bank possibly it was a trading house 100 hundred years before that dealing in horses are slaves might have been a catholic house before it was a trading house don't think of it as history rather see the horses and slaves the potbellied bankers and the careful eaters as one all of life packed into a crowded present this week on selected shorts past and present and a dangerous flirtation it was during dinner that carla harris let adler know about the note in his pocket karma when harris was late linked turtle soup into bowls out of a handsome to read and the conversation was lively leaned imperceptibly close to adler and whispered likes surprises feel in your left pocket when you can and though he wasn't sure at once was the proper time casually reached into his suit coat pocket and felt of folded slip of paper which after a minute he smooth doubt and read in his pom the slit of yellow line paper in small printed a handwriting said simply why do we all think we should should be happy i'm jane curtain and you're listening to selected shorts from pri the program that brings you great short fiction red live on stage at symphony space in new york city a memoir and a.
"carla harris" Discussed on WSJ Secrets of Wealthy Women
"carla harris" Discussed on WSJ Secrets of Wealthy Women
"And i just started making real money quote real money and i just god good amount of money in the bank more than i'd ever ahead in the bank and i was feeling pretty good about life and she came to me with the deal in florida that would have met wiping it out and i was like oh no no no no no i'm not going to do that is just land mile you know whereas the return of you know how do i know it's going to appreciate what was that a bad move that was a bad move because not only did it appreciate it appreciated markedly and i i would have been up easily fourfold easily four for but couldn't see it because i didn't know enough about real estate and nor did i take the time to access my resources to ask some one and that's often a mistake that we make as well you have resources around you but then you don't asked the question and again that's about taking the time that could have been a halfhour over there fifty minutes over there but i could have gotten information would you say the typical professional woman is financially prepared for the next fifteen years it all depends on how you define typical right but the next fifteen years you know that's hard to say because i think the millennia women if i if you push me for an answer i would say they probably are prepared because they have most of their earning years in front of them boomers and traditionalist is hard to say because it depends on how hard they were hit by the financial services crisis and whether or not they were wiped out and what that might mean going forward 'cause they're in a different position with respect to earning trajectory vichy earning like i said earning from a w two verses earning you know in any other way so that that's as a tougher one answer but i'd say on average i'm going to say yes as say prepare to deal with the next fifteen years if nothing else i think we're all more aware.
"carla harris" Discussed on WSJ Secrets of Wealthy Women
"And sometimes you can't think about it in the moment but if you thought about it when you get held up for twenty minutes then you could prosecuted differently this afternoon now we're here in more and more women are out earning the guys they're married to wondering i know you're married i'm not sure what this their financial situation as they are but if you are in that situation how do you handle that i think you need to have those conversations before you get married about the the would have scenarios just like you'd have what if scenarios about a number of things before you mary that person if something happens to me will you take care my parents if i get hit by bus we still be the you know all the kinds of things all the what if questions that you you generally would have with somebody that you're thinking about living the rest of your life with a but i think he should have the money conversation too and don't shy away from that because if that is a problem now it can be a really big problem later because you don't know what's going to happen you may get a big opportunity that you're not even expecting today and that person unfortunately may lose their livelihood then how do you pivot as a couple how do you think about it as one unit so i don't think it should be something that you worry about her handle after you get married i think you should be something that you talk about before you get married what would you like to have known about money when he were thirty that you wish you you knew then let you know now yes i i would have i wish that i had been probably more wellversed around real estate i would say because i'll never forget the biggest money mistake i think i made is my mother tried to get me to buy some land when i was twenty six and notice that said i started really invest in at twenty seven pride.
"carla harris" Discussed on WSJ Secrets of Wealthy Women
"But it it made me think and it got me to the point where i got the courage to go and have that conversation about the fact that compensation was important to me and sometimes is just as simple as having that conversation and at least provoking a bigger conversation around that that will hold you in good stead for more insights enable the wall street journal skill on any device with amazon alexa get all of our podcast as well as the latest news and market updates the wall street journal listen ambitiously your listening to secrets of wealthy women from the wall street journal your financial role model you know i would say that they're they're lots of great actually a lots of great research analysts that i've fouled over the years in specific industries that i think have made great call so i'd say they're probably mole more of my role model then than anybody else because they have invested consistently which is what have put them to the top of their class in their respective industry so i think about people like chuck phillips said mary meeker neither of which are no longer cell said endless on the street but i really admired the two of them among some of the other morris they're great morris down a endless that i've seen over the years what age did you start investing probably twenty seven twenty eight before i made my first investment i had been on wall street for a couple of years before i actually started dabbling.
"carla harris" Discussed on WSJ Secrets of Wealthy Women
"Amc carla hair as vicechairman managing director and senior client adviser morgan stanley i learned probably midway through that it was important that you make the ass and there are ways that you can ask a round pay you can say things like what would it take for me to get at the top end because it's my desire to be at the top my field i got the courage to go and have that conversation and sometimes is just as simple as having that conversation that will hold you in good stead this is secrets of wealthy women from the wall street journal helping women empower themselves financially now veronica dagger carla harris is vicechairman managing director and senior klein adviser at morgan stanley in august two thousand thirteen carlos appointed by president obama to chair the national women's business council she's a harvard grad author of several books including expect to win and a gospel singer when you were in your twenty is aurthorities did you expect to be where you are to they financially and professionally i certainly expected to succeed both financially and professionally because i had by that point made the decision to become an investment banker and always had expectations of being successful no matter what i did didn't realize that i would have done all the things that i've done it throughout my career and ultimately to become a vicechairman because frankly vicechairman titles didn't exist on wall street at that time so it wasn't even something to aspire to the thing to aspire to was being a managing director at a major wall street firm interesting where did you get that expectation of yourself i will have to give their credit to my parents they always made me feel that i was supposed to do well.
"carla harris" Discussed on Boss Files with Poppy Harlow
"I think so often we feel but you can't have it all is that we're measuring our last against somebody else's report card an owner paul car that matters is the one you define for you or household a one is what does having it all need to year that's really the central yes last i think i think having a fulfillment career fulfilling intellectually financially everywhere that you decide on i think of making sure that you are great role model for you children whether that it's a sign or daughter and they can look up for you the field empower it they filling currents they feel like they can take risks the most important if the love and support it i think as also being impact fulfilling tropical eight because i get her off a mound and so for carla harris being able to give back is really really important at because also obviously having a great social life with with supporting franzen people that you like to spend time with them for me it's also singing and being able to express that part of who i am so all of those things are part of of my success equation i i've written back this incident pinion pieces but i to see the on just reality reliving and right now that you when i can work for companies that will pay us to take along amount of time off to be with our newborn children and that is not a reality for most american women and right now whether it is the government's role to step in and do this whether it is the incumbent on on private corporations to do this i am just wondering what your thoughts are on out about how we help not just another is more parents i think paternity leave incredibly important how do we get to a place it as a country where you're so so i can onyx status does not define how much time you are allowed to spend at home with you newborn this well obviously i think the government can play huge role in this because you know the the the legislative branch can can create laws what that would make that the law the land of that right all i act saluted would be supportive of that because i think it makes a big difference for the family i think.
"carla harris" Discussed on Boss Files with Poppy Harlow
"Old company so think about all of those generations of families that had acts of the benefit it economically because the dad work done that truck to thirty of forty years of the mom worked at you know in that officer on the truck it you pierre's and to now know that we would do is something so important where they would be liquid really and wealth creation for all of those families that had worked there for all of those years that was that was pretty empowering to think that there was a multiplier effect amount of getting that right for all of those families in all the descendants of those families you have said that you feel a responsibility a personal responsibility to positively impact those who had not had interactions with in your words quote people like you that's right where that we that means we are all a function of our experience no matter who we are so if someone has an encounter with me and they have never had an encounter with african american one of the four i want that to be a very positive experience so that the next time they see someone who looks like made hopefully there's a handle affect hopefully they approach that person with expectations but that's going to be a good interaction because of interacts that they have with me so i don't take any of my interactions with anybody lightly so when did you stumbled the most along this path and no fan had quite a pass it's family and now it's that you know one of the highest if not the highest ranking woman there where were year or whatever the moments it trip you up the most yes the moments that trip me at the most where they're early on when i really as i said earlier did not have the pros so you know the first few assignments when i was working as hard as i could delivering on what i thought i should deliver on i certainly had some folks that i worked with that were making me feel less than our that are couldn't get it right and at one point i will tell you that my confidence was so busted at of us said to me your name is carla harris i would est i sure i and at the end of the day i treasured that experience because it was out of that experience that i started to realize what a minute something's wrong here wait let me look at the data the day that is a magna cum lotta from harvard second year.