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Terrance Hayes reads Matthew Dickman
...residence at New York University His many honors include a MacArthur fellowship a Guggenheim fellowship and the national book award for poetry,...
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Charlie Savage of the New York Times
The Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Charlie Savage is a Washington correspondent for The New York Times. He is also the author of “Power Wars,” published in 2015, an investigative history of national-security legal policymaking in the Obama administration, and “Takeover,” published in 2007, which chronicles the Bush-Cheney administration’s efforts to expand presidential power.Charlie has been covering post-9/11 issues — including national security, individual rights and the rule of law — since 2003, when he was a reporter for The Miami Herald. Later that year, he joined the Washington bureau of The Boston Globe; he moved to the Washington bureau of The New York Times in 2008. He has also co-taught a seminar on national security and the Constitution at Georgetown University.
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"Reinventing You" with Dorie Clark of Duke University (New York, USA) #GBD43
"What I like to tell people - part of my methodology - is that you have no more, no more, than TWO professional goals at a time.” We begin our month-long special content series for Women's History Month by talking to author, academic and marketing and strategy consultant Dorie Clark. A frequent contributor to the likes of the Harvard Business Review, Entrepreneur and Forbes, she consults and speaks to a diverse range of clients, including Google, the World Bank, Microsoft and Morgan Stanley. In this conversation with Heather O'Connor, Senior Communications Manager for AICPA & CIMA in Durham, USA, Dorie illuminates the topics of personal, professional and organisational reinvention that lie at the core of her best-selling business books. WOMEN'S HISTORY MONTH: Throughout March we'll feature a special selection of interviews with women who've become movers and shakers in the accounting, finance and business professional sphere. There'll be episodes every Wednesday as usual, with 'Friday Focus' episodes for some extra weekend inspiration. OUR GUEST According to the New York Times, Dorle Clark is “...an expert at self-reinvention and helping others make changes in their lives." She is also an adjunct professor of business administration at Duke University's Fuqua School of Business. Dorie is the author of best-sellers "Entrepreneurial You"(named One Of The Top 5 Business Books Of The Year by Forbes), "Reinventing You", and "Stand Out" (Named the #1 Leadership Book of the Year by Inc, Magazine). LINKS: Visiting the Chicago area this Spring? Join us on the ground or online for the AICPA & CIMA "CFO Conference" in Chicago this April 24-26th 2019. Connect with Dorie Clark via LinkedIn or Dorie Clark.com Find out more about strategies for organisational, personal and professional reinvention with related CPD/CPE resources at the AICPA Store and the CGMA Store. MORE ABOUT OUR PODCAST: DON'T MISS OUT. Get our shows every week, automatically and free. Share them easily with colleagues and friends by using the icons on your app or media player. GLOBAL VOICES. Interviews with our international experts are recorded by different members of the AICPA & CIMA team from our offices around the world. While the sound quality may vary, the insights will always be consistently useful. TAKE IT FURTHER. Find related CPD/CPE resources at the AICPA Store and the CGMA Store. STAY CONNECTED. Follow @DorieClark, #GoBeyondDisruption, @AICPANews and @CIMA_News. PERMISSIONS. ©2018 Association of International Certified Professional Accountants (AICPA & CIMA). All rights reserved.
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