18 Burst results for "Liz Ryan"

"liz ryan" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:56 min | 6 months ago

"liz ryan" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Polls in November and they want to judge the president for his response to this kind of damage what is the number of Americans that they should tolerate has happened and what they can argue that yes he successfully yeah I think you know you're asking the wrong question the right question is where did where did I say that asking when I answered your question once but if you ask it twice it doesn't make it any better of a question so I'll respond in kind I've given you one answer all continue to extrapolate upon that that he always listen to the science of president Dr falcon Dr Burke said you need to shut down the economy as hard for the president you know in a typical year under twenty thousand people died of suicide and drug overdose in a typical year and doctors have said when you shut down an economy for extended period of time that number gets greater people don't show up for their cancer diagnosis are there a litany of of results when you close down an economy the closing down the economy for this amount of time kept as far below the two point two million number as we start to re open we keep in mind the people who are missing their screening appointments the people on who are not who are succumbing to suicide and drug overdose because of economic hardship this president made the right choice it was it was a delicate balance and he did exactly as he should guided by data we are far below two point two million dead Americans because of the actions of president trump I mean that's exactly right crappie is question ever what what is so what was he expecting this is you know that's my time to get it like all of these John who's he's trying to get her to gotcha yeah this is what they're trying to do this is what they try to do every day with all of these people who get up on that stage it's it's a constant let's see if we can get our today let's see if we can get our today you guys come on and you know he he sat in his basement the night before I thought of it and thought of it was like this'll really yes I show her this will be the one and by the way this was Lizzo right this is Adam Lizza was at his name I don't think it's Adam Liz Ryan Lizza Ryan Lizza yeah of politico Ryan Lizza and so he he is actually asking what number of deaths yeah it is acceptable in order to say that he the trump has been successful in dealing with covert yeah in the world and instead you just look like a jackass I mean I this is why she's so much better this job and I would be because I would've been looking at him going we want to say seven like twenty four yeah what kind of eating what is wrong with you sit down seriously what go back and get a big I just I can't believe that these people have journalism degrees I know it's embarrassing it isn't but it's embarrassing to every university that they come from I'm just embarrassed that they spent money on these things like set it on fire go work simply do something else with your life it's inferior aiding good lord all right we we doing voice mail yes.

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"liz ryan" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:46 min | 7 months ago

"liz ryan" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Train to discuss what's going on in music today and where they fit in it's it's the coolest part about I think the music is coming out of us and and there's a lot of really cool things happening you know but I think the cool the great thing that we appreciate most about train music is that it is the kind of lives for a long time and it's a part of your life you know that you can get married two or the price you know this the first time your husband came back from being overseas in the navy or whatever and and that song was your song that kept you together while you're apart like we really are humbled by those things keep listening to I heart radio for more training and all of your favorite artists I heart radio goes one on one with Liz Ryan stuff about how he really grew into loving music my ninth and tenth grade year I played baseball and I was a pretty good athlete but I hit my growth spurt you know I grew like weirdly and I lost all my coordination I could run in and I had like my knees were all murdered up so so then you know I kind of started my band and my my what's interesting is my twelfth grade year of high school I just decided to rehearse for a one act play and and that was my only year that I truly truly got involved with drama but I'm actually glad that happened because it did kind of it took me off the path of not being that it actually looks it started making the focus on keep listening to I heart radio for more Luke Bryan and all your favorite artists I heart radio goes one on one with Bryan Adams to discuss the metamorphosis of a song as years past I mean the the interesting thing about the song and the metamorphosis of the song as a unit you do spend on now this is the C. spent two.

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"liz ryan" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:02 min | 7 months ago

"liz ryan" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"What his top three priorities are when choosing and producing new songs I think for me it's subject matter has a lot to do with it what it's talking about I mean a lot of the songs out sort of built my career on over the years I've been in a lot of it's kind of in that blue collar sort of amaryllis guy type stuff you know so that that's a big part of it to me melodies are big thing I mean I feel like I know what I you know melody was what I'm good at singing and what I'm not so good at singing or what doesn't really come natural to me so I can take that into consideration too and then and then obviously clear similar to the the thing that really is going to sell the song you can have a song that sounds great you know the risks are great but the lyrics are horrible and that's no good so really it's a combination of those three things and you know and that's at the U. S. in two hundred songs to fun you know ten or fifteen the all those things kind of match up and it's you know you put that one aside and go look for another one you know and and then you end up with within a fifteen to go on the record but it's that's why it's a long process because they're hard to find you know songs that just have all those qualities you have to dig deep to find there's a lot of times keep listening to I heart radio for more Jason Aldean and all your favorite artists I heart radio goes one on one with Liz Ryan stuff about how he really grew into loving music my ninth and tenth grade year I played baseball and I was a pretty good athlete but I hit my growth spurt and I grew like weirdly and I lost all my coordination I could run in and I had like my knees were all murdered up so so then you know I kind of started my band and my my what's interesting is my twelfth grade year of high school I just decided to rehearse for a one act play and and that was my only year that I truly truly got involved with drama but I'm actually glad that happened because it did kind of it took me off the path of not being that it actually looks.

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"liz ryan" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:02 min | 7 months ago

"liz ryan" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"One on one with Liz Ryan stuff about how he really grew into loving music my ninth and tenth grade year I played baseball and I was a pretty good athlete but I hit my growth spurt in a group like weirdly and I lost all my coordination I could run in and I had like my knees were all murdered up so so then you know I kind of started my band and my my what's interesting is my twelfth grade year of high school I just decided to rehearse for a one act play and and that was my only year that I truly truly got involved with drama but I'm actually glad that happened because it did kind of it took me off the path of not being that in actually looks it started making me focus on keep listening to I heart radio for more Luke Bryan and all your favorite artists the global death toll from covert nineteen has surpassed two hundred fifty thousand the US has had more deaths sixty nine thousand than any other country the major hot spot is New York city and its suburbs governor Andrew Cuomo says New York businesses will re open in stages to reduce the risk of a second wave of corona virus remember density is not your friend so the governor says he'll re open businesses first that are most essential and pose the lowest risk we're talking about construction manufacturing and select retail with curbside pickup entertainment and sports will be last Cuomo's restart plan also involves contact tracing in order to identify and isolate people who tested positive for covert nineteen if you do those things you will control the rate of transmission of the virus which is everything health updates Saralee Kessler and BC news radio robbers.

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"liz ryan" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:59 min | 7 months ago

"liz ryan" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Goes one on one with Liz Ryan stuff about how he really grew into loving music my ninth and tenth grade year I played baseball and I was a pretty good athlete but I hit my growth spurt and I grew like weirdly and I lost all my coordination I could run in and I had like my knees were all murdered up so so then you know I kind of started my band and my my what's interesting is my twelfth grade year of high school I just decided to rehearse for a one act play and and that was my only year that I truly truly got involved with drama but I'm actually glad that happened because it did kind of it took me off the path of not being that in actually looks it started making me focus on keep listening to I heart radio for more Luke Bryan and all your favorite artists I heard radio goes one on one with trying to find out about the rainy and collaboration across the of writing is just to get in a room with anybody then figure out who you like to be with a mystery works well with and then once you know that then the more you do it the better the mid portion of our careers more about forming relationships with people and the people we love we want to work with as opposed to that guys got hits on the radio let's go right with that guy like keep listening to I heart radio for more trains and all your favorite artists I don't radio goes one on one with Bryan Adams to discuss how he comes up with a lot of my sometimes remembers with cuts like a knife it was just like you we still jam yeah Jim Johnson I would jam songs together remember we listen back to the tape after hours that doesn't sound like because like a knife the missile because it was yeah the pay back AS us it cuts like a knife at school and then he'd say about because like a knife but it feels so right that's a good idea so whatever.

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"liz ryan" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:50 min | 7 months ago

"liz ryan" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Goes one on one with Liz Ryan stuff about how he really grew into loving music my ninth and tenth grade year I played baseball and I was a pretty good athlete but I hit my growth spurt and I grew like weirdly and I lost all my coordination I could run in and I had like my knees were all loaded up so so then you know I kind of started my band and my my what's interesting is my twelfth grade year of high school I just decided to rehearse for a one act play and and that was my only year that I truly truly got involved with drama but I'm actually glad that happened because it did kind of it took me off the path of not being that in actually looks it started making me focus on keep listening to I heart radio for more Luke Bryan and all your favorite artists I heard radio goes one on one with train to discuss what's going on in music today and where they fit in it's it's the coolest part about I think the music is coming out of us and and there's a lot of really cool things happening you know but I think the cool the great thing that we appreciate most about train music is that it is the kind of lives for a long time and it's a part of your life you know that you can get married two or the price you know this the first time your husband came back from being overseas in the navy or whatever and and that song was your song that kept you together while you're apart like we really are humbled by those things keep listening to I heart radio for more training and all of your favorite artists I heard radio goes one on one with the engine bottle from you too reflecting on moments that drove home their musical accomplishments a few tourists where stop in the middle of the show literally standing on stage with sixty thousand people just to take it all.

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"liz ryan" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:55 min | 7 months ago

"liz ryan" Discussed on 600 WREC

"And down me you made me forget about chips Pontian John as a good show right there right that was I will never forget Matt they had an episode of chips where the bad guy remember the bad guy would always be doing what they were doing the it was the same script every time they just change it but one of the gap what they're doing what they had to cut they had a car that was made out of concrete totally unbelievable but it had these it had these rods it would come out of the side and it would pull up next to cars on the highway it would shoot the rods into the car and they were like a Molly bolt it go in there in a hole that car in and they would jump from one roof into that car steal all their stuff jump back in their car the hook and go off it is so stupid it regardless but I loved it not a great that was it was such a great show I wonder you got to think how much what a great job that did for recruiting for the California highway patrol Derek go ahead what employee what what I'm going to one M. twelve no one animal okay I could hear him all right seven one three two one two five eight seven four your favorite all time cop show and you can include in that a private investigator show in it can even be slightly beyond that if you could argue why it's in the genre it doesn't say it and who will I heart radio goes one on one with Liz Ryan stuff about how he really grew into loving music my ninth and tenth grade year I played baseball and I was a pretty good athlete but I hit my growth spurt and I grew like weirdly and I lost all my coordination I could run in and I had like my knees were all loaded up so so then you know I kind of started my band and my my what's interesting is my twelfth grade year of high school I just decided to rehearse for a one act play and and that was my only year that I truly truly got involved with drama but I'm actually glad that happened because it did kind of it took me off the path of not being that in actually looks it started making me focus on keep listening to I heart radio for more Luke Bryan and all your favorite artists on Saturday there will be two areas across the nation where we could see accumulating snow one of those areas central and northern New England especially in the state of Maine and parts of the higher terrain of northern New Hampshire.

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Searchlight with Caits Meissner and Justin Monson

PEN America Works of Justice

08:56 min | 7 months ago

Searchlight with Caits Meissner and Justin Monson

"I'm Sean Kelly. I'm here live at eastern state penitentiary for our weekly searchlight. We're going to START SEARCH LIGHTS OFF For the foreseeable future. Unfortunately we running through some numbers As of today and US prisons in jails. There are three hundred three thousand three hundred. Thirty eight cases confirmed infections of covert nineteen. There have been fifty fifty deaths today to people incarcerated in jails and prisons. There's also prison staff again. More than three thousand members of the prison staff around the United States have been confirmed with a virus and sixteen deaths. We're going to keep looking at these numbers at the start of every searchlight moving forward for those of you who don't know eastern state penitentiary. We are a prison museum in Philadelphia. The prison was built on the belief. That people are inherently. Good and can be rehabilitated. Through solitary confinement that is has a distinctive wagon wheel floor plan that was copied all over the world and there are about eighty three thousand people who were incarcerated inside this building men women and yes children as well. The prison was opened today for tours was abandoned in Nineteen seventy-one today we give tours when we're able when it's safe to do so we have artist's installations like this glorious piece by Jesse Crimes. This is a mural that he made while incarcerated in federal prison this is our graph illustrating the US rate of incarceration the highest in the world by far and our exhibit companion exhibit is called prisons. Today ask questions like have you ever broken the law and what is criminality and do prison work. And what are we? What should we do next last year? We had three hundred and ten thousand daytime. Visitors including twenty-eight thousand school visits. We are proud. Second chance employers. We seek out people with the experience of incarceration to join our education team. We find it's one more tool if they choose to use it That we can use that. They can use to engage our visitors in discussions of the impact of the policies. Around incarceration in the United States are big project. Last year was called hidden lives illuminated. We worked for over a year inside of two prisons here in the Philadelphia Area Teaching animation to artists or incarcerated This is working on his On his film and then we projected those films onto the front wall of eastern state penitentiary for months last summer. You what we're doing here. We encourage you to become a member. I can also support us in many ways from our website Which you see right there. The science close to the public because of the virus through at least may thirty first I. We have wrought much of our programming online. Those hidden lives luminated. Films are being feature one per week out. Different different film focused on every week this week. It's Davids film called freedom. We have a twice weekly visit video. Podcast it's called prisons and the pandemic. It's three minute episode twice a week covering what's happening in American prisons in jails and detention centres with this virus. I can find that on facebook. We have what we call the hospital tour twice. I saw once a week Wednesdays at two thirty live Matt Murphy from our team talks about issues of health both historically and currently in prisons and of course we have the searchlight series. Next week's topic is cove in one thousand nine hundred impact on incarcerated youth. We have heard on contain Martinez from youth. I rethought on a Terry from New Jersey Institute of Social Justice Vincent Schiraldi from the Columbia School of social work. And it's moderated by Liz Ryan from. She's the president and CEO of the youth. I initiative join US. One week from tonight for searchlight but tonight we have Cates Meissner She is a pen America. She's the Panamerican Prison Injustice Writing Program Director Welcome cates we're going to be joined in a few minutes by Justin Reveals Monson. He's pen America writing for justice fellow in his poet. He'll be calling in. So hey it's welcome to searchlight from eastern state penitentiary. Thank you for having me and I was just smiling to see Vinnie. Giraldi on your next week is he'll also an upcoming issue of our newsletter. He is a a real leader in this field. Bigtime happier topics about right now. But agreed what? It is We're just a few minutes actually. Did the introduction a little faster than I thought I would few minutes our second guess. Justin is going to be dialing in hit. You want to tell us a little bit more about our guest Justin and how you know him And then we'll be a unfortunately kind of a lab process them online here with us but a little bit about how you know Justin while I knew of Justin's work a little bit. Before he became a writing for justice fellow. He'd won our prison writing awards and honorable mention a number of years back and so I have read this poem. Thought it was quite a phenomenal. So it's really exciting to see his work elevated through the fellowship the fellowship by the way the prison writing awards and I'll talk a little bit more about our program down the line in prison. Writing Words is solely for currently Karsh Writers and the rain for Justice. Fellowship is a very prestigious opportunity. Eight hundred people apply to across the US. It is an ecosystem of writers. Confronting mass incarceration through various mediums. And is not just people justice involvement? Certainly we have currently and formerly incarcerated to a currently incarcerated fellows. Each round justin was part of our inaugural class last year cohort but but we have people representing all different interests in the field so through that Justin one obviously the fellowship and because he's able to be in communication more than some other folks because Jay communication system which will also talk about a little bit down the line. I found that I was able to communicate with him almost as easily as somebody on the outside. Not Quite. That's not always the case. It's rarely the case in fact says through that because I'm also poet in my other life and Justin's a poet and we share a lot of the same influences reading looking at who are interested in we really developed also a friendship through the work in in a in a shared aesthetic. So it's really a pleasure to get to each your him and bring him on today and hear his thoughts. I think they eat will offer a lot of insight around a variety of topics for people who are tuning it tonight more about communicating with people who are incarcerated as do. This work is a challenge that we have as well in our work. And I'm sure you face it at least as much as we do that you know you wanNA partner with people and bring their voices into the projects And the communication is often We'll hear it here in a moment. Even when a good situation I say relatively good like Justin's where three of us spoke yesterday or speaker got an a moment Even that at such there's so many barriers in the the communication ends up being so challenging. If you say more about working with creative people on these projects yeah and I think it's part of what I will be later but certainly you know I mean in a kind of lucky way or a decision made is that we don't work with. We don't actually do classes on the inside. Where National Program? We work with individuals through the mail snail mail and occasionally through one of these kind of pay to play email systems depending on people have access to it depending on the money on etc. So right now. It's even harder because we're doing a once a week. Mail pick up because the virus at the office thankfully. My team member has a car. If he didn't we would be really at a luck and And we get a stack of mail. Uk High Foot high a week and people are requesting all kinds of support. And so obviously when you're doing an editorial process are awards that I mentioned earlier are in theology that the work is very raw and unedited. Because we can't go through a real aditorial process in the turnaround. You need a good couple months because of the snail pace all prison mail is reviewed as we're GONNA here tonight and I'm thankful in advance to everybody who sticks around embarrassed with US Justin's phone calls aren't fifteen minute increments Hang UP AND CALL BACK. The gotTa go through a whole screening. That would in a moment so people's people's lives and communication are one hundred percent red often censored it's often up to the mail room whose mail gets through or not clerk working that day Actually I I. I don't know if we can include this. I wrote a Tony. Eighteen Bed about it for the Guardian. That details of what that looks like

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"liz ryan" Discussed on Bodega Boys

Bodega Boys

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"liz ryan" Discussed on Bodega Boys

"She sat on. Let me take some I woke you know, how woke when I opened the pizzeria Beck in nineteen eighty five. Nato-led me you can't sell Jamaican beef patties here because that's the moon. Yes. Yes. You know? What? I did. I said fuck him. You know what I'm saying? I am going to serve these yards because they are part of my community. And then I put choosing pepperoni on that shit. Saying because I'm trying trying. Raises, dan. Hey, what more? Do you want? Shit. Goes down. Obvious Gook stat goes is racist. He's watching both watch most of them. They'd be like the number one show in America people watching them, ironically, they don't get in like he is trying and we give them a break. Donald Trump is like a love races, dad. Liz Ryan, it that's the type of attitude need in America people. You gotta give people taking James's K this people on both sides of the aisle. Right. So give raises data chance grant show. Levitt DVR every night watching Marla go while I masturbate. Turning on Judeo Christian value, this senators voting, what are the values? It's Ben Shapiro. I'm not inclined to continue. Voice. As you as an interview or so, I think we're done here. All right. Well, thank. Wow. Visit jump down off a four apple boxes. Somebody to pick him up because he's like full of break. My ankle. He went into Dino. My mother's picking me up. His mom pygmy of their meaning me these things that I didn't like Ben can you stop dangling your feet up on the Mike. Oh. F E. Fucking hand. Yeah. Yeah. I'm wild pussy sound..

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"liz ryan" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"liz ryan" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Midtown better hurricane or some possibly this weekend i watch i'll be glad when it just stopped liz ryan and i ain't even been able to get a decent car wash yet hurricane berle is now forecast to reach lesser antilles as hurricane before moving into the puerto rico hispaniola area and i guess southern in central america the west indies might as well get ready can live in one night i couldn't live in florida i mean not close to the water down there too many of them i don't like down in key west don't want storm i look here way day forecast in for the mara i'm sorry but i'm gonna lead is conference early somebody gotta drive me up to the airport so i can get outta here i'll i'll do the business by conference call y'all used to this i'm not you atlanta you gotta come three hundred miles inland with this kind of hurricane nami type action y'all get down here i got to get out of this play four zero four eight nine two two seven zero three will return in a moment don't go to place five the phone lines let's hear from you you and especially you on this tell the true friday on too much with derek bozeman on news talk thirteen eighty w okay call us at four zero four two two seven zero three on news and talk thirteen eighty.

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"liz ryan" Discussed on Beyond the To Do List

Beyond the To Do List

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"liz ryan" Discussed on Beyond the To Do List

"The better nowadays and i think that's that's what we all have to start owning ourselves i think we kinda give ourselves this passes excuse like i could never manage myself it's almost i never you'd up liz ryan of human workplace and she's has the traditional limit system infanta lies as adults and i was like did you just say that i'm so excited that she's giving me permission because i kinda wanted to always say that that's what it feels like like i can't take care of myself i'm a fully autonomous adult come on gosh that's funny i really think again this these are the kinds of things again that it doesn't matter if you're already working for yourself or you're already working from home but working for somebody else or you're in an office traditional office sense you really need to be thinking about these things anyway regardless because most likely the position or the work that you're doing right now will not be the work that you're doing in a year to five years in fact i almost guarantee you that's true and increasingly happening a lot of industries were companies don't want to hire people that need to be told what to do they don't they things are going to change so fast they need to hire people who are creative they're inquisitive they're innovative they try to get stuff done and again there's it's not that you have to be the person in charge but you have to be at least in your area of expertise willing to do some experiments and try to figure some stuff out because things are now just perpetual state of invention it's not like ooh we're gonna figure it out we get to coast for few years that's gone stephen i would love to shoot people over to where you continue to go down this rabbinate good way in a good way optimistic it's a very it's an awesome opportunity people i tell people i i never thought i could ever worked this way and if i can do it you can do it yeah and that's the thing i think most people would be surprised to find out that they can but they they do need to do some more selfassessment first so let's shoot them over to your site again it's life skills that matter dot com and that's where.

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"liz ryan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"liz ryan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The caller raises though you know we've seen companies really trying to hold onto their older workers to keep them from retiring which is a great thing but at the same time we have not seen that sort of same uptick and being willing to hire older people when they're coming in the door that's still really seems to be a barrier in a lot of cases yeah i was wondering about what happened to all those folks in their forties in their fifties when the economic downturn happened they seem to be the people who had the hardest time finding new work because they were well into their careers and again that may be part of that mental barrier i don't want to take a job that i see the step back and then employers not necessarily wanting to invest in someone who maybe doesn't have as much time with the company going forward what happened to those folks i mean the reality is is a lot of them are out of the workforce now if you were fifty five and you lost your job in the beginning of the recession right you're sixty five now it's ten years we're probably calling that person retired really now that's certainly not the case in all cases some of those people ended up finding good jobs some of them found jobs that they just you know got them through to retirement but but a lot of those people you know probably have not and probably never will come back to work and are probably living a much tougher retirement as a result of them we've got a couple of calls waiting standing by we're going to get them in just a minute wanna remind you were speaking with liz ryan and a former fortune five hundred human resources senior vp and president and ceo of seem workplace and ben kasmin from the new york times he is the business economy and data reporter this is the first installment of our how to get a job steers later on the show mother jones staff writer stephanie menzimer looks at an under reported link between alcohol and cancer puff madeline miller joins us to discuss your new novel twist on the greek myth.

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"liz ryan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"liz ryan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The mindset that you know there's this shrinking sort of glacier turning into ice floes turning into little chips of employment and that's where hr lives and the rest of the of the solar system around that contractors and consultants and day labor is just not really an hr topic unfortunately liz what do you think will never change about human resources well you know unfortunately there's a prevailing mindset in this country and really the developed world that hr is a function about keeping an employer out of court so it's very very oriented toward compliance which is why i started this human workplace mission to reinvent work for people as you mentioned to re engineer the hr and leadership in recruiting practices so that they work for people which is sort of interesting because for ten fifteen years we've been talking about usability right for websites and for customer service interactions usability is everything make it easy except not at work for some reason i guess the idea of being when we're paying people it doesn't have to be easy it doesn't have to be intuitive so so the the the piece that will never change is that human resources is only a function that needs to exist when there are people involved and so as as as a certain segments of business and certain functions get more automated less and less need to deal with the hr side of things but the the fact is there there really is no business model that doesn't require human power and so the the the idea of the fat is the input that we don't talk about the way we talk about raw materials but it's the most important input that's what's not going to change folks who are listening if you want to join the conversation if you have something to add or a question for one of our guests here's the phone number two one two four three three nine six nine two that's two one two four three three nine six nine two i'm speaking with liz ryan a former fortune five hundred resources senior vice president human resources senior vice president and best ben castleman from the new york times he covers business and.

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"liz ryan" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"liz ryan" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Up and that's become a hot division now the tampa bay bucks at foreign six author went against miami into atlanta to take on the falcons big win against seattle on monday in the can starting to show a little bit more themselves now six and four and you know fits magic liz ryan fitzpatrick has led his team to two victories here against the jets in the miami dolphins in play again at the atlanta falcons atlanta know this along trip this is a short week that a monday night game in seattle they got to come all the way back those are not easy things to overcome in the foul tampa bay basically rested now on a normal kinda week i think this will game will be a lot closer than most people think the question is which fits will show up what would be the one that throws the touchdown passes or the fits that throws the interceptions now we've seen a lot of good it's may be time for some bad that's here in atlanta i like the atlanta falcons and continue on their winning ways and try to catch up to the new orleans saints in the nfc south uh john division two seven in three off their by weak income and into the metal lands to take on the new york jets the jets are also offer by coming to this game at four and six interesting match up your boomer i think the jets are pretty hyped right now and they feel pretty good about where they are as carolina probably does the jets are surprised to actually be still in the mix for the playoffs so when it comes to the afc i just don't think the jets have enough here to go against carolina though always play toughen on their defense the jets have has played well the question is whether or not josh mccown will throw interceptions against a very opportunistic carolina defense but with the way that cam newton has been playing as of late i think he's going to be the difference maker in this game like he should be i like carolina and i like carolina by at least the touchdown seattle seahawks lost that game on monday backtoback home losses that simply doesn't happen to this organization but it has and they're now six and four as they had on the road to santa clarita take on a forty iter steam coming off their by.

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"liz ryan" Discussed on Lovett or Leave It

Lovett or Leave It

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"liz ryan" Discussed on Lovett or Leave It

"As a disclaimer again we don't know if he was drinking he made a phone call to ryan liz ryan was a was on the record the mood change coms director for the white house not aware of how that works would anyone like to play the game in the crowd mouton who go to a friend of the pods right in the front row what's your name ryan ryan high ryan have you been following the the ryan liz a merge colloquy yes okay so he called and ranted about previous and the rest of his colleagues at the white house who was all pretty nuts let's see how well you were paying attention your job will be to fill in the blank we will start with amanda are you okay with me i do not like your you can say all the words you'll see all the works honestly it didn't occur to me to ask because you have a beard in a tattoo and i felt like we were going to be fine we're good i am america's off scare emoji also telling me that unlike other senior officials he had no interest in media attention i'm not steve bannon i'm not china sucked my own car you are one four one incredible i love the performance yes take us into quote number two they're going to get harder are i calmed down over and this is what he's doing to the culture.

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"liz ryan" Discussed on Political Party Live

Political Party Live

04:55 min | 3 years ago

"liz ryan" Discussed on Political Party Live

"But Bree let's go back to the why we're all here this action fund, this the theme of this event is from protests to power distinguished Whitman difference between activism and protesting, and and all the different marches that we've seen in response to the to the Trump presidency in administration, we've seen the resistance. But are we organized to reclaim power to get shit done. If you if you were if you were vising a gubernatorial candidate, if you revising all the different candidates that are becoming through Iowa to run for president. If you were advising an issue based advocacy based organization. What would you tell them? Practice. Ask me. Whereas new Bree. We'd love you. We're so too. We're so lucky to be alive right now. I mean, seriously, I would tell them what I tell us. The only way we lose his not to be too that not to try. I mean, we yes, we are obviously in a really unfortunate psychopath running the country situation, and it's going to people will die. So I I'm I'm doing what I do which is to be facetious. But I don't mean to undermine how awful it is. But our policy director Liz Ryan Murray, who I call my work wife. Right. Liz, Liz said we had our first like legit marriage fight. You know, I was I was very clear that Trump could get elected. And and I was less concerned about that than Bernie getting elected. I was less concerned about that than how we answered his candidacy because it seems to me that was pretty much the inevitable conclusion of what the left bless you has done in organizing like we failed to talk to the voters who supported Trump. And then when when Trump got serious are. Was he's awful. And he's mean, and he's no kidding. I didn't know that he told them we didn't have to do that. We not to waste our energy there. What we should've said is how dare we? How dare we say to anybody who voted for Trump forget your own economic self interest vote for Hillary. 'cause she's not mean that is that's what you got like somebody who had no proposition for changing the way in which people are suffering across this country. Who said black lives matters had no real path to doing anything more significant from life oaks. Like, I do his Trump auto God. Lord have mercy. I apologized or after was elected because God, he's awful Pauling Lee. So, but it also creates the opening that everyone in this country is waiting for to make real change. Hillary was never going to do that. Thank you. Thank you. Give it. Three. Here. We are moving. Conclusion here, but I cannot let this moment pass without saying I from what I've read about you from hearing you today, you have a philosophical perspective that is reminiscent of Angela Davis. So grateful to assure into stage with you. Thank you so much for joining us. We've got a we've got a wrap up here near as a lot of awesome energy in the room. And I would just like to take a quick poll of my co host to say, we gotta do something after this. And we gotta keep drinking keep bothering to change the world. So what's a proposition for what we do next. My illustrative. Okay. And this is why I'm not allowed to work with staff who are under twenty. Are going out for another cocktail after this at three hundred craft rooftop people to drink on a rooftop. Or would you wanna go to Royal mile, you applause, meter rooftop work? I was I was. Royal mile. Oh, man that was pretty definitive. But here's one guy. He's really who's the asking about the pile props. After party after after after after after party is going to be at the three hundred craft and rooftop, and I think it's located at three hundred west okay Parkway. So please join us the co hosts will be they're having cocktails. We'd love to chat with you. Get your thoughts on the road and hear about what you wanna hear coming up next. But before we end, we have a few things to say, I say, thank you..

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"liz ryan" Discussed on The Final Lap

The Final Lap

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"liz ryan" Discussed on The Final Lap

"Nothing could ever just work right that would be too easy and kinda like bill junior texas the same thing happened to him and so really i guess you want your co box to failed because junior finished their taxes or fourth or whatever and curb bush atheists tim to work out pretty well i guess that would make him a hot head i think people claim that about him before that so i can only imagine what this thing by the way he later he tweeted that uh he went up to fenway park to watch his beloved cubs here's a huge cubs fan them that's kind of cool yet to see a championship for that team finally yup helps to have a private jet to hop around the country to do we have a final lap weekly private jet sadly no okay the next week i wasn't hiding it from you win liz ryan newman at number seven except he did win this year right he has one so was the winter ryan newman all right so the impossible to pass ryan newman yeah and he's having a pretty good year this could be a renaissance year for ryan newman does he have to wear a kilter anything i think so and he has to hold like a sword rights and go to uh that that restaurant were they eat meat without forks unstable times yes yes that jamie mcmurray let me see his teammates on in the top ten usually if he's in the top ten is teammate is in the top ten not so much yeah whole police are still one representative in the top ten for chip tenacity racing murray's having a very good season as well it's never looked because larson's been dominant but mcmurray murray's not doing bad kevin harvick at number five and then what's this.

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"liz ryan" Discussed on BizTalkRadio

BizTalkRadio

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"liz ryan" Discussed on BizTalkRadio

"That are relatable to them and she or structure restores off with that reminds me when i was when i was a scans strike carolina and how thing when i ran umpire when i how right made great he yeah he is had a career has had a job for everything and we actually at one of the fun things that we get to do every year as experience poses we we take a vacation and and for the last couple years pay me has joined us on this trip and last year phone with a was last year should we were sit around the dinner table and they're goes penny with another story and i realize that every single story she starts starts with what her job lifetime in the the right hander it's a different job you thinking in the plaza line adrian did and and she's just lead this higher really exciting life no i think i think a lot of people are afraid to change job taken the one job and you think i'm better stick in out and afraid i'm gonna look like a job hopper i'm going to look like i don't have you know commitment and likely get can initiate issues i can't stick with any here's a woman who can relate to anybody and everybody because he's been before quipped driver she's she's right and also here so liz ryan has a contributor on forbes she said it really goes as well people chabot doesn't have any when they were in a journalist again absolutely and here's reasons that she says successful people shames jobs regular him a big day don't stick if it's something just just because and i think so after wages do the monday in the routine it's familiares were afraid to step out to quit.

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