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America and Warfare Were Never the Same After World War I

Retropod

04:28 min | 1 year ago

America and Warfare Were Never the Same After World War I

"War One it was known back then one hundred years ago as the Great War but there is nothing great about war especially for those who survived the scars physical emotional we're in many ways as painful as death for the wounded nighttime in the job award of Red Cross hospitals was the worst the doe boys as soldiers recalled those days would take out their small trench mirrors and survey the damage to their faces noses shot off chins destroyed malls torn apart the nurses would stop by their bedsides at night and talk to them about anything but war get them off the subject one nurse remembered invariably you'd get them to sleep why was this particular war so heinous it was as the late art critic Robert Hughes put it industrialized death the weapons were absolutely horrific flame throwers machineguns fos gene gas America's Dobos knew what they were getting into when they left for war by the time the US entered the war in one thousand nine hundred seventeen five million soldiers from other countries had already died many American soldiers raise their hands proudly to serve like agent Arnold s hulk was a veteran who served on the Mexican border in one thousand nine hundred sixteen after being honorably discharged re-enlisted after the United States entered the great war between all the shooting he talked with his men about what they would do when they got home hope plan to go to the local drugstore and have a thick pineapple malt as soon as he got back there was a lot of misery though to suffer. I one of the boys under hoax command predicted that he'd lose a leg replace it with an artificial one then fill it with whiskey and pass it around so all the boys can have a drink resting in a farmhouse one day German artillery zeroed in on the trees were hoax comrades we're eating hope told the story of what happened next as part of an oral history project at the library all lined up there for the child fifteen to twenty men were killed it about thirty ended hoke remembered including the man who predicted he'd lose a leg he was right one of his legs had been practice weekly blown off hoke recalled and it was just hanging by few ligaments he was conscious as he lay on the ground and didn't seem to be

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"robert hughes" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"robert hughes" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"When they got to get the nationals will move on to face the Dodgers and the National League division series a thirteen year old boy is facing multiple charges after police found an unloaded firearm in his backpack yesterday officials at Farnsworth middle school noticed a boy smell of marijuana causing school to reach out to Sheboygan police the teen said he had no intentions of using a firearm to harm anyone but is facing charges of possession of a dangerous weapon by a minor possession of a firearm in a school zone and possession of drug paraphernalia and burglary southeastern Wisconsin law enforcement agencies are noticing a re emerging trend of crystal methamphetamine usage and twenty eighteen between Milwaukee Racine Kenosha and walks out counties one hundred cases of math related overdoses were reported as a warning US attorney of the Eastern District of Wisconsin Matthew Krueger told today's T. M. J. four so let me say it again clearly if you're dealing map in Wisconsin you face serious time in federal prison added that it is dealt from the Twin Cities northern and western parts of Wisconsin as well as Chicago a new contract for cheap moralis has the backing of head of Milwaukee's FBI field service special agent charge Robert Hughes tells W. T. M. J. if we have to get a new chief and then go to all the prep to get him back up to speed as far as fifteen scene because what I I can tell you when I got here in may we felt like we were already on the poker then in the planning stages and long forces gonna beat speak and we need a leader to be at its peak he says providing security for the DNC will be a multi pronged approach that will include local state and federal law enforcement Congress has begun sending interview requests to several diplomats as part of the impeachment inquiry of president trump democratic congressman mark poke and says he's not sure there will be an impeachment vote on president trump you know I I think it's going to really depend on a few things and one of which will be what the intelligence committee and I get the other committees but mainly that helps when it comes up through this so I think for many of us were just kind of in wait to see what will happen as.

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"robert hughes" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"robert hughes" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"They expect this postseason game will live up to its name going to be wild it's gonna be great and many of them are ready to cheer on the brewers because they want a playoff rematch I think they're going to be going up against the Dodgers I see great things here the bars along live on road in Milwaukee Tony bannock WTMJ news showers and thunderstorms will be hanging around southeast Wisconsin through tomorrow morning some could be heavy at times storm team four meteorologist Brian is Nancy what I do think at the very least it later on this evening during the evening commute through the night tonight and into tomorrow morning we're gonna have certain intersections that are prone to flooding construction zones areas like that they could see some ponding of water on the roadways flash flood watch is in effect until ten AM tomorrow well Milwaukee police chief Alfonso moralis says he doesn't know if he'll remain cheap after his first contract runs out he has the continued support of the acting head of the Milwaukee's FBI field office Robert Hughes said during WTMJ twenty twenty that the loss of a police chief would hamper their DNC security perhaps my perspective personally it's going to be tough shoes to fill for from Milwaukee if if we have to get a new chief and then go to all the prep to get him back up to speed as far as for the DNC he says a coalition of law enforcement departments have been working together since March to put a security plan together coming up of former Dallas police officer learns her fate WTMJ news time for for news. answered by citing unlimited it citing a whole lot more online at citing unlimited dot com. you want the best for your site is the best contractor for everything defending. who's on the offense against your home. well I hate to mention it but I'm sure you remember holder vortex sorry but we live in Wisconsin the time to set up your defense against the dreaded.

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"robert hughes" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"robert hughes" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Matt poly beginning at six PM lawmakers will soon find out when they'll be heading back to Madison for a special session will remake America and also in within a week maybe two weeks of reverse Turing WTMJ twenty twenty narrowing down the dates for a special session where he says they'll discuss among other things new gun laws or following what goes on in the Senate and the assembly of the currency what's going to be going on but we will have a special session I'm convinced that the other day we will have a special session of the for speaking or W. T. M. J.'s John Rick hearer governor U. verse also saying he will be moving a special election to fill the congressional seat those formerly held by Sean Duffy to comply with federal law Mike Spaulding WTMJ news a new contract for Milwaukee chief of police moralis have the backing of the head of Milwaukee's FBI field office special agent in charge Robert Hughes telling of the T. M. J. if we have to get a new chief and then and go to all the prep to get him back up to speed as far as fifteen scene because I I can tell you when I got here in may we felt like we were already behind the power curve than in the planning stages and long forces gonna be to speak and we need a leader to be at its peak he says providing security for the DNC is a multi pronged approach that will include local state and federal law enforcement it only took six hours of deliberation before a jury in Dallas came back with a verdict in the case of a former police officer who shot her upstairs neighbor to death last year amber Geiger's assertion from the moment she called nine one one has been that. I thought it was in my apartment and I saw it I think it was my apartment. he fell on deaf ears as judge Tammy camp read the verdict we the jury unanimously find the defendant amber Geiger guilty of murder as charged in the indictment. no outbursts now prosecutors will push for a ninety nine year prison sentence as the punishment phase of the trial begins Jim Ryan ABC news Dallas and again that traffic.

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"robert hughes" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"robert hughes" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Found a more I was told me he has discussed his contract situation with the mayor and he expects that he will be back with a big announcement coming later this week I like to stay but ultimately it's the fire police commission's decision and we'll see what they decided to they will be making something public in the weeks will allow them to make that notification to Margie fire police commission did confirm to me that they are working on a contract offer for cheap moralis at Potawatomi hotel and casino I WTMJ twenty twenty John mark here WTMJ news she has the backing of the head of Milwaukee's FBI field office special agent in charge Robert Hughes if we have to get a new chief in and go to all the prep to get him back up to speed as far as fifteen scene because what I I can tell you when I got here in may we felt like we were already behind the power curve in the planning stages and long force is going to be to speak and we need a leader to be at its peak he was telling WTMJ providing security for the DNC is a multi pronged approach which includes local state and federal law enforcement agencies the mother of two men accused of operating in a legal multi million dollar vaping operation in Kenosha county he is now in custody and she faces charges now Courtney how finds is her name during WTMJ twenty twenty on Monday can us county sheriff David that says investigators still have more work to do yourself right on Ravel of the financial part of it they confiscated computers and phones and we're backtracking inner other people they're involved I think of that maybe this week or next week we'll see more rust on it. that's because the operation one of the largest of its kind coming up at Netflix cashes in on this Dale Jr W. Cantonese time seven oh for every seven seconds a workers injured on the job injuries happen to good people but insurance companies don't care about you they care about their bottom line dealing with Gilligan Groff can help don't get your workers compensation rights from an insurance provider get an opinion from a trusted attorney an actual attorney answers the phone and in just minutes they'll know whether or not you have a case called Gillick with Gilligan Groff the consultations are fast.

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"robert hughes" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"robert hughes" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"The air somewhere else and you said hi I'm going to get a new contract we're going to get this done. we'll see what happens at the end of the week with. in order to escalate the situation. I want to end it by having a little bit of fun I like to whenever we have anybody on the show in the afternoon around at U. T. M. J.. but people get to know you a little bit so for each of you I want to ask you two questions if you could eat dancer each question quickly how many hours of sleep you get at night and what's the last good book you read that wasn't related to your profession and I'm gonna start with you Mister Hughes saw repeated again see of time to think about it how many hours of sleep you get at night and what's the last last good book that you read that wasn't related law enforcement. I probably get around five hours of sleep a night. and last good book to read RC was American sniper think was the best one good movie too yes that's not a lot of sleep no it's not share of Beth how much sleep on the average night last good book four and a half to five and a half and I'm not a huge book reader so I I couldn't tell us what it did if less good movies well I'm an anchorman personnel of anchorman's we just watch it the other night again and that really is how it is by the way. we'll settle dive into that with his anchorman panel coming up here a little bit later on this afternoon but chief prison ski how much sleep you get these four to five hours I was gonna say five hours or less oh my gosh and favor put probably creating the magic because I'm on Disney fanatic good choice chief moralis I will concur on the hours of sleep the last book has it been recent but it's lipstick on a pig. now that's an interesting book yes thank you so much for spending sometime with us you you are all very busy and you know very important work and we don't take it for granted thank you so much chief Alfonso moralis Milwaukee Menomonee falls police chief Anna was in ski cross county sheriff David bath and the special agent in charge of the FBI Milwaukee Robert Hughes thank you so much for spending sometime with us we really appreciate.

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"robert hughes" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"robert hughes" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Road to the marketing or change that will take you a Levin and its one ninety four inbound laden Avenue to the marketing or change that there is a seven minute ride. WTMJ five day forecast mostly the funniest guys that fog has been lifting as the temperature begins to heat up still a chance of rain this afternoon high day eighty one degrees tonight partly cloudy skies muggy alone you're sixty eight tomorrow partly cloudy warm humid a chance of thunderstorms the high you're AT Wednesday cools off once again rain thunderstorms possible high in the afternoon of sixty three degrees Thursday rain early then mostly cloudy skies cooling down again high of sixty and on Friday sunny but cool high of fifty eight degrees in Caledonia sixty four Germantown it's sixty one in Milwaukee currently seventy three degrees the hunt for red October continues tomorrow against the Washington nationals the legendary Bob you curse on the call our brewers game day coverage starts at six PM I your home for every brewers postseason game W. T. M. J. Mike Spaulding newsradio WTMJ. this is W. T. M. J. twenty twenty broadcasting live from the Northern Lights theater it on one of the hotel and casino resented by an ex wealth management pack unit mortgage hall imports brought to you by a professional construction eight and now here's your host John make your. this is W. T. M. J. twenty twenty on newsradio WTMJ were broadcasting live for Pottawatomie hotel casino that beautiful Northern Lights theater discussing law enforcement that coming up there's some stuff you're gonna wanna get down here for financial our at twelve o'clock to the brightest guys and make that three the writers guys that I know Tony Drake Brian weaker today spot or are going to be here and then a journalism panel at one o'clock bar the doors this could be a brawl there's gonna be major anchors from all four TV stations up here on the stage together and that's going to be at one o'clock hooker cripple bills that brought his referee outfit. we're talking with Milwaukee police chief Alfonso moralis Menomonee falls police chief enters in ski cross county sheriff David bath in the special agent in charge of the Milwaukee FBI Robert Hughes that's a cool title the special agent in charge thank you very much for being with us the four of you we appreciate it thank you yes Bob I want to start with you when we pick up the second half hour of our conversation here human trafficking we hear often that Wisconsin is one of the worst states for human trafficking why is that and how does it manifest itself. well when you look at human trafficking again a lot of people make the mistake of thinking prostitution is human.

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"robert hughes" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

The Adam Buxton Podcast

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"robert hughes" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

"Content on internet television, also matters, where the country you're from, if they dubbed English language programming than those people aren't as good at English as people where they do not dub programming. Right. And they don't dub it and Scandinavia. Whereas in places like Spain and Germany and. Italy. And you can hear it in the accent of the people when they speak English because people who have access to the original, they speak, it fluently and with very little accent, quite often, but I slammed it is been a very humbling experience. Because I'm I suppose I was seventeen eighteen nineteen when I was getting into German, and Russian, you know, you've got this moist little sponge in your cranium at that point. And now it's, you know, thirty years later. It's not the same it's bit more leathery. Yeah. Not as malleable porous less porous. Yeah. I agree with you. Like I find myself quite resistant to all sorts of bits of stupid stuff that my children, bring back with them, linguistically. But then sometimes, I think, well, maybe this is just a bit like people complaining that high streets are all looking the same. You know, it's just a factor of globalism and actually you've got doesn't mean we can't complain about it. I. But I suppose the thing is that maybe you have to give up certain things. Yes, it would be nice. If you could keep absolutely everything about the old world that was great. But actually, the more important thing, isn't it is to get rid of the things that were shit and to try and create a world. That's better for more people, and maybe the price you pay for that is some of those beautiful high streets that the character of them has gone, and maybe some of those beautiful bits of language now been sacrificed because it's easier for everyone to understand each other, and you know what I mean. Yeah, I don't like it. I'm gonna continue to complain about it. Let me show you what I've got on this hard-right that is that is an amazing gift at thank, you know, toll, and you would have seen a lot of these, but some of the light grey gardens. Have you seen that course is in well to salesman sales will? Amazing, the bible salesman. Yeah. Amazing, the Maizels brothers. That was the euro's born. Was it sixty? Yeah. Yeah. Okay. Well, it will classic documentary series voiced by Lawrence Livia believe. And you know that's the BBC at its best. And shock of the new the ever seen that brilliant series about aren't. No. I haven't presented by role that Hughes who's this strategy and art critic, incredibly articulate in sort of pumps, but brilliant, and it was back in the old days when they may documentaries and every single line was shut in a different country. So his Robert Hughes, standing in front of the pyramids and for the next line, he's going to be in front of the Eiffel towel told her about impressionism one of those, you know, Fukuchi do like them. I don't know. So, you know, the band, I'm familiar with them when supposed to like them, but I've never really taken the time to find out, whether I do this might be the thing that either gets you in all turns you off instruments. It's cold, and it's, it's less of a documentary more of just a kind of compilation of performances, but the performances are all pretty amazingly compelling. And I saw. Grimes who's going out with Elon Musk now the artists. She was okay. Anyway, she was tweeting about it. And I thought I'll give that a go..

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"robert hughes" Discussed on The Director's Cut

The Director's Cut

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"robert hughes" Discussed on The Director's Cut

"I mean, you didn't answer my questions. My final question to, you know, don't I hope not? I hope this is not that just some bows. No, no, no. Because I really have to change gears to do that. And this was something that was very very close to my. Of me trying to understand what it's like to be alive. And I think I said what I wanted to say when he says when I'm painting, I stopped thinking. I like to do that. I like to stop thinking. And and I guess when I'm painting. I do stop thinking. And maybe when we're making a movie we've stopped thinking also at the moment, we can stop thinking when we can just let something happen. And I think that what you can see in the movie is how we really depend on. I mean, what William did how we could access that place and do what he did how Oscar mas- Mickelson. I mean, these people. Who knows where it comes from? I mean mas- is a dancer. I mean, Chris walk and is a great friend of mine. I mean guy could read the telephone book, and it's interesting, but but they can do something that I can't do. And when I was a painter. Longtime ago, and I had comments about movies. Nobody listened to me. But being the director of the actors, listen to you. So I started to I and the thing about John Michel Basquiat? I think I probably did it for the same reason. Because. I hated Robert Hughes saying that he was he was you're the Eddie Murphy of the art world and all of this abuse that he took really and I thought okay, oh at the John Michel to give him. The respect. Well on that note. I respect you very much, and I'm really happy that you brought this into the world. Thank you very much. Thank you. Thank you Lee. And thank you guys are coming. Thanks for listening to another DJ QNA if you'd like to hear more you can find past episodes at the director's cut wherever you listen to podcasts. We'll have a lot more fuel in the coming weeks as Ford season approaches, including QNA's Alphonso Koran David McKenzie and Steve mcqueen's. So be sure to subscribe, saying don't miss Nep sewed. If you're enjoying the podcast, please take a moment to write in review us on. I tunes. We'd love to hear your feedback and you can help Palestinia files. Find the show. Thanks again for listening, and we'll see you next time. This podcast is produced by the directors guild of America music is by Dan, Wally.

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"robert hughes" Discussed on The IVY Podcast

The IVY Podcast

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"robert hughes" Discussed on The IVY Podcast

"I can ask Tom have a plan. This gets back to not asking for feedback for everything. Okay. But it is a way that you can do it. So I when we started when we started I wanted you to think about this. And I don't want you to stop thinking about it. As a leader. I am whatever I would not ask you to do something. I haven't done myself. Right. I will just share mine, and it a little different than I, you know, I am as a leader. It's not about me. It's about what we can accomplish together. I'm comfortable not being the expert and trust and empower those that I lied. I'm approachable open-minded collaborative and decisive. I challenge the status quo and always look for ways to do things better. I care about everyone. I lead and I will help them develop and grow. I lead, by example. And I'll always do what's right? That is far different than a list of strengths that. I. I often get when I talk to leaders what I bring to the table put some meat around. It put some thought into it. It took me a long time to get to this stage. And it takes time change. It words means something share it with somebody that you trust. And stays this me. And you know, what it serves is that that foundation when things are going rough. And you say, okay, this is who I am. And this is where I gotta make a hard decision. I'm going to do what's right? And I'm going to do it. And it takes a lot of work to get there. If I can show you all the things I I won't. But in my how I got there things that I kind of kept close to me as a leader my values we written down. I had them my pivotal moments in my career things I learned from people that helped me quotes that keeps me grounded, right? That keeps me centered things I've learned about leadership maxims or principles that I keep close. And then ultimately ends up in leadership statement, a leadership narrative something like that that helps you become who you make sure you are aligned with who you are. What we've talked about the night, we've continued this knowing yourself as a continuous process. Think about what's in your DA. We talked blurry spots blind spots you can own feedback. Obstacles we talked about vulnerability authentic vulnerability. We talk about building confidence keeps you centered. And it's a start point to being a great leader with this series is about. On your leadership journey make time the know yourself. You started tonight keep it going, right? It doesn't stop. I haven't stopped. Keep it going. We're going to go to a in a few minutes. And we'll we can we can talk about that. But it's been my pleasure to be here with you tonight..

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"robert hughes" Discussed on The IVY Podcast

The IVY Podcast

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"robert hughes" Discussed on The IVY Podcast

"What matters. Yeah. Okay. That's part of it. That's part of it. But the other part is higher. We'd go in in an organization, you know, there's just the higher we go. We tend to get less feedback from the organization. Oh, cody. You're too busy. I can't people perceive that you're too busy to get feedback. Right. But we also start to stop. We stop asking for feedback. Oh, I've started to rise. What's worked for me and continues to work? I get a little complacent. I don't ask for pay attention as much to an ask for feedback. So it's just a phenomenal CEO CEO disease is just the fact that you start to get ice related the higher, you go, and all of a sudden, you just not getting feedback and you stop asking for it. So you'll know you have this you'll know the symptoms of if you can't remember the last time you ask for feedback or the last time somebody gave you feedback just sort of unsolicited. Okay. So the organization is the other one, you know, when you first. I'm in and organization, you tend to get a lot of feedback right early on your career, and you have to you own feedback. You won't it to a large degree. If you keep asking for the last one of the obstacles when it comes to feedback and these all relate to how well we understand ourselves is emotions, right? Emotions of the other ones are a little trickier. You know, when we deal with the motions, and we were asking for feedback from others. We're asking for other people's perspectives. Right. It doesn't mean they're right. I just it's just their perspective. But we ask for it. So we have these inputs coming in. But we're wired to scan for threats fighter flight, right and feedback when it comes in when it says, you know, when there's a weakness or you didn't do something as well. It lights up our system about threats scan about what the feedback is. And what that does. Is it starts to get our emotions come into play. We get dismissive. We get defensive we get angry. We get shocked. Right. All these things that try to protect us. And what happens is we get that reaction where we start to react rationalize feedback that came in that said, Bob, you're, you know, you're too quiet in meetings, or whatever we rationalize why we are at cetera..

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"robert hughes" Discussed on The IVY Podcast

The IVY Podcast

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"robert hughes" Discussed on The IVY Podcast

"It probably would have caught up with him somewhere along the line. That's from the book true north by Bill, George. It's a really good book. But that's a great example of a blind spot. Blurry spots. I will I'll tell you one of mine mid career. Sixteen seventeen years or so in into the army, I go in for a performance review been doing fine. Everything was fine. It happened to be in the Pentagon or I was working at the time. And my boss calls me in and he says. He says he's not behind his desk to move away from the from the from behind his desk, and we go to sort of the seating area. And he says here's your performance evaluation. You know, what it says? So forget it. It's good. Okay. I didn't know what it said. But okay, he says it's good don't worry about what I wanna talk to you about is your potential, and he says, Bob you've got a lot of potential to go higher to lead higher other organizations in the army. But I wanna tell you something he goes, I kinda term you. I kind of have this this label. He says, I kind of think of you as this quiet professional, and I said, okay, quiet professional, and he says, you know, when you're in meetings with us, and he was he was a general at the time. And he says, you know, when you say something you add value helped me connect dots. But then I also notice you're you're not really active in bigger meetings with other other folks high-powered folks in the room, and I said, well, I'm not a big talker. And he goes, but he goes look you helped me connect dots. Whenever you talk. And he says this is something that is going to you're going to need to work on the higher you go. Now, it wasn't that. I was afraid to talk. But it was about executive presence. Right. I felt like I was in the room. It was their thing. You know, whatever it was. But I knew it myself. I knew I tended to be quiet person, quiet, quiet guy in those settings. And that was something I had to work out work on. But he put it on the table. He called it out. And it was something that caught me mid-career that helped me get better the further I went and something I had to work that's glory. Spot blurry spots and blind spots. They things we need to work. So as a leader, Tim seems to do a lot of tasks or projects himself, what would you label a blind spot? If if this was Tim he does a lot of things himself takes on. He's a leader. Tim is a leader. But he does a lot of tasks or projects himself. What might what might Tim's blind spot? The robert. Trust delegation. Who's got something else in the back? Okay. Right. Control three, right? What else? Doesn't know how to ask for help. Doesn't know how to gala gate might be a perfectionist, right? Everything's gotta beat. Nobody can do it any better than him. This often happens when what you coming out of a functional functional leadership role where you are the expert on a lot of things, and then you become a general management type role. And you don't have to be the expert, and you have to get things done through other people. Okay. Tim's. That's tim's. Good. Lisa as a leader. Now as veto Lisa frequently walks into meetings, five minutes late. Time management. What else?.

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"robert hughes" Discussed on The IVY Podcast

The IVY Podcast

04:53 min | 2 years ago

"robert hughes" Discussed on The IVY Podcast

"Right. Right. So the daft, right? You do adapted. Look at the different teams. One team was sort of tired was a regional team very had been had been run hard, very very tired. And they just needed a little bit more direction. Right. But I figured that out. And I help figure out how to get them in that direction. But as you'll see teams are very important to me, and that's what I emphasized, and it's just, but they still got the same the same the same Bob, then another two other positions in the Pentagon different vastly different positions. One team. Superior super high performing team could've was pretty much on autopilot. But I had to figure out what's going to help take them, and what my role might be and taking them to the next level. And then my last job with a job with a ton of stakeholders, but the point is, you know. Sort of just knowing yourself, and what you've been being comfortable in different environments is what this is about. And as you rise, you're going to you're not going to it's probably going to go vertically, maybe a little sideways different organizations. It's about confidence. And I think that's very very important. Thanks for the question. That was great. So here's the problem as we think about this. Right. So that was all the good stuff. That was easy stuff. Bob right now. Here's here's sort of the stuff some research out there toseh- uric. I don't know if you've read the book inside or whatever or go to Harvard Business Review article by tasha, you're she's a researcher lot of self awareness recently is that ninety five percent of us really think that we're self-aware ninety five percent think we're self-aware ten to fifteen percent are actually self aware that leaves a ton ton of room for eyars mistakes. And everything else has anybody read this this article or anything, so this is a little scary. Because this sets you up for is leader is sets the conditions to have, you know, career, you know, forks in the road derailments, go left, right. Not going higher. It also sets the sets the. Missions for blind spots or blurry spots. Are we familiar with blind spots that we heard the term blind spot right things? We don't know. But others do about us. It can be gaps and weaknesses, but I also want to identify let you know that it could be hidden strengths that. We don't know. Right. It could be a strength that we don't know. But primarily when we think blindspot we think of something that's going to cause us causes a problem friction point as a leader so gaps and weaknesses. But I also think there's something out there called blurry spots. And I think these are different. But they're they can be just as dangerous. A blurry spot would be things we know about ourselves. Others might know it also, but we don't address those. But we don't address though, so blind spots and blurry spots. Now. Look to be honest. They run they run the gamut from being something that may never never ever derail us, but they could be very benign. But over time they can become very very catastrophic. They can definitely take a career and a leadership track off balance. So that's why we gotta worry about those. And that's where self-awareness comes in comes into play. So here's an example of a blind spot. Talk about David David's perspective of himself is somebody named David. No. David's perspective, David's blindspot, hard, working high energy results oriented young executive on his way up in an organization. Here's how is pure sign. His colleagues perspectives of David intimidating aggressive self serving two different viewpoints. His self perspective. Others he goes in for a performance review from his boss and David gets this. David your colleagues, don't trust you. And it's like getting hit with a two by four. It's his wakeup call. He doesn't see it coming his boss delivered it at least in that way. But you know, had the candor deliver it to him. It was his wakeup call. And he changed. This David is David Patrick former Cosio, I think Charles Schwab. So this was early in his career, and he was able to correct that blindspot go back talk to colleagues say I got some problems. I need to work on helped me get better. But he didn't see it. Come. And he was not self aware if he hadn't had that wakeup call..

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"robert hughes" Discussed on The IVY Podcast

The IVY Podcast

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"robert hughes" Discussed on The IVY Podcast

"That's what goes through our head. Now that was a little bit much. But the point is to leaders showed up to my. Bosses that I had the next one and the second one higher, and they said just relax shake it off. Don't worry about it. You're good officer go back figure it out and you'll be fine. And that stuck with me the rest of my career. That's the kind of experience in terms of failure, right then and they're learning from it. And how did I so whenever I had folks that worked for me and they failed. You know? I'm there that that experience comes into play. How about? Okay. I'm going to try to do this to handed. Okay. So we talked about experiences how about role models who are some of the role models that you have worked for or seen or, you know, have been around that left us something that shaped who you are is a leader. I can think of several of mine. Ed, again, we'll call them Ed because his name was. He was my first boss, and he took me out in Kentucky. When I was very young second Lieutenant and he would find time maybe once a quarter. Maybe once every six months, we would just find time on our calendar. He would take me out we go out in the Kentucky countryside. And he would just say, hey, let's just go talk. We'd take our maps. And he would say, hey, look, if you had to defend this area of terrain, or if you had to take a tack this way, or whatever he would say, how would you do it, and we just had conversations, and he would sit and we just had a conversation about it. But what he was really doing in terms of an experience in terms of a leader that shape help shape me he was investing in me already in my potential. He was helping me to get prepared for the next level of leadership that I was going to and he took the time to do it that shaped a lot of how I operate as a leader. And so. These are the kind of things you need to think about and put all together and just sort of let rattle around in your head a little bit. When you try to play with this statement, which will stay with you for a long time because I'll keep repeating repeating it. But as a leader, I am finish the state. So what's in your DNA? Why do I think this is important? So knowing yourself getting really understanding who you are as a leader. I think is important because it's foundational. It's your foundation is a leader. It makes you different from her from him. What makes you different? And when you're getting pulled in many, many different directions as all of us do right now leading in on certainty. Right volatile uncertain times when our time is precious and you're getting pulled in so many different ways. What is it that you what your bedrock? What's your foundation leisure? That keeps you and your team pointed in the right direction. That's one part second part is confidence. If you really know yourself as a leader. You're totally confident in what you are bringing to whatever organization you're leading right and the higher you go the less of an expert. You are right. I mean, you're not you're going. Transition from being functional experts, and then general management and then going up, but the leader in you doesn't change the I think I had probably over thirty years somewhere around nineteen or twenty different leadership positions some of those were on staffs cetera. But you're always leading something it's the same guy that showed up every time one of those things, and I can tell you that the last three positions that I had you know, they were all totally different organizations. And I was you know, I wasn't the expert in any one of them. They were all vastly different same leader that shows up and gives you the confidence to lead. Yeah..

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"robert hughes" Discussed on The IVY Podcast

The IVY Podcast

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"robert hughes" Discussed on The IVY Podcast

"So tonight what I thought when I talked with Travis and others about what might be a relevant topic. I thought we would talk about really understanding yourself as a leader. So that's where we're going to go tonight. So what's my story? So I started my first job that I can remember or actually got paid for you know, for working with Mayflower movers in upstate New York. Hudson valley area I worked in the moving company. Anybody worked for a moving company ever in their life. Yeah. Who was it? Beacon. Okay. Yeah. Military division. Very good. We need to talk. Okay. Any I worked for many flower movers going through college summers. And all that was a great job. And if you work for moving companies like, you know, right you load unload pack, your part of a team. And eventually if you're on a team who's the leader of a crew that goes out, usually the the driver, right? The driver is the leader. So what do you want to become you want to become the driver? Right. I became I worked my way up. I got my permit to drive one of these things in upstate New York. And I was really really good at driving forward. And the emphasize that forward and straight. I was good. Okay. Backing up. Is a whole nother skill set. Okay. And I used to get some pretty good feedback in the raw as I was safe from the team about my skills of backing up truck, the high adventure of backing up, and they say New York City, whatever backup, Bob, I think was my name anyhow so fast forward career change, not a Bagger change. I went into the army nineteen eighty six eighty five eighty six ROTC somewhere around there going through college. And I did go into the army for a full career, which like many of you. I did not know that I would stay for a full career. Well, my point here is is that when I joined the army, I joined the organization that was really really focused on leader development and cared about making leader the best leaders. You can't have at all levels. It was embedded in the organizational fraying fabric of the army and all the other services as well. I'm in it at the time and a young second Lieutenant and then somewhere down the road near. Thirty years, but what's important about this is I got to know myself as a leader, you know, very very young in my early in my career. No, what sort of made me tick how I operated to put it in technological thing. My operating system. What worked for me? How did I do that? We used to have we had a drill in. We had one of our assignments we had to do was write our own leadership philosophy early on. Right. Go inside write it down. Not just a list of strengths. But really what it is it that you bring to the table as a leader. And that stuck with me for my entire career. And I never stopped thinking about it. And I don't think the great leaders ever stop thinking about it. And that's what I want to talk about tonight is really no one yourself and not just a list of strengths that you bring the table. But really what makes you operate? And how do you? How do you? How do you operate on a day to day business? And I know for a fact if I didn't know that..

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"robert hughes" Discussed on Toure Show

Toure Show

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"robert hughes" Discussed on Toure Show

"What's the difference in a good question in a great question, a great question is something that stands test of time for history. A great question pushes the ball forward on an issue. A great question shakes the foundations of the room because you, you recognize when you hear it and hear the answer that I think there's a clarity. Yes. A great question. And is why did you do x. sometime have to be specific you acid. Sometimes you have to be able to to frame a question where he can't just say yes or no, he or she gets under at you want a thoughtful ants. You don't want this. This prepackaged answer right wants something this thoughtful. That's clear. A good question. Just it's a good question can shape the course of history because I feel. It can also change policy and that's what people don't realize. Questions can change probably shape what's already happened or we should things. And I mean, I've got an example, the black farmers, I kept asking him for seventeen years. They finally got paid after it was said that they were discriminated against by built for Bill Clinton said it was the essence discrimination, the US department of agriculture, discriminated against them. So they never got their money though. It took seventeen years for Barack Obama to pay them three presidents, and then also remember the ally. He's who came to the White House. During the Obama administration there, they weren't supposed to be the right? Yeah. Reality show segment, right, right. They were supposed to real housewives of c house. Where are they? Now I was asking those questions. Robert Hughes jumped all and my Stu, but they changed back to the way they used to have people come in. So asking questions can really make you rethink something. Change politics. You get to the clarity part of issue because some reporters, ask wordy unwieldy, feeling like where where are you with like you're writing up term may sit. A good question can be a short Senate hissy like four words, yes, Sam and some some people feel like they wanna make sure they get their thirty seconds. Now they wanna show that they're intelligent or or believed to be intelligent hiking, you know? And I think some of the reasons why people like me, I'm real- I'm not. Thus there are where are. Whereas I'm like here it is so what she got to say, and I'm going back to the to the question I asked her about the NFL in taking that day was are huge day that that Philadelphia Eagles day and I sit does the Pesident realize what taking these about? Do you went lies that they're black and Brown military personnel who feel that there should be native? Very direct? Yes, clear and sharp. And is changed the dynamic changes the conversation from ear of years shifted to the truth? Yes, this is what I'm saying and people are alley. You just want to know. I'm not race baiting. I'm not even know what that is right that that's that's just stopped share. I don't want to talk about race, so just you're race baiting your race, traitor. If you look at stats, take the emotion out of it. Look at the truth. People pose e- issues. I, I don't know. There is an equity in this nation and it's it's called selfishness. I think that we're going through right now. I one. What would you think you have? You know when I think you had? Well, there's a discussion. I think Lynn Vavrinec. Great. Political scientists talks about this notion of line cutters that that there are mostly white people who feel like there's a group of people who want to cut the line. So they would say, I'm okay with black gay in school. Don't cut in front of me. You know, row rates don't cut in for. I'm seeing more people like, no, you can get behind me not in front of me now, but they're like this notion of I worked. I did everything I'm supposed to do. This immigrant, this black person, this woman, this Gabor's they didn't, but they wanna cut in front of me. Yeah, and that's a discussion. I'll never forget. I'll never forget on CNN with the s. whole comments. And that was just between that was before I asked the race question, missed the Mr President you races on never forget..

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"robert hughes" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"robert hughes" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Of clouds and sunshine high eighty four mostly cloudy. With a low of sixty six tonight variable clouds and, turning more humid eighty-five tomorrow a shower or thunderstorm at times high eighty-five Wednesday. With your AccuWeather forecast I'm Heather zehr on NewsRadio eight ten nine to one zero three. One, WG y seventy eight and cloudy NewsRadio eight ten and one three one w. g. y., our top story the families of. Three of those who died when a duck boat capsized or seeking at least one hundred million dollars in damages attorneys for the families filed the lawsuit against Ripley. Entertainment alleging negligence and more. The time line of the sinking is raising questions he NTSB released. A timeline, that shows the duck boat entered the water at table rock lake twenty minutes after forecasters. Issued severe thunderstorm warnings investigators say it took seven minutes for the boat. Ryan to go from com too chaotic A man from Hawaii. Is. Recovering after a boating accident in queensbury Warren county sheriff's office says it happened. Last night on Glen lake when the. Boat made a sharp turn and fifty two year old James fumble who was a passenger was. Ojected Falbo was hit in his leg and foot by the boat's propeller he was taken Albany med the operator of the boat Robert Hughes was not ticketed you could. Expect some extra patrols on lake George today on what was once known as log bay day two bays will be closed and blocked off. Today to prevent any log bay day, parties Warren county sheriff's office says log bay and shelving rock bay will be closed and anyone who shows up at the entrance we'll be turned away lake George park commission made the decision, for the second. Year in a row following a deadly crash in. Two thousand sixteen claimed the life of a girl from, California read shepherd NewsRadio eight hundred one zero three one w. g. y. more. Than four years after a Malaysian Airlines plane disappeared investigators admit they have no new clues FOX Simon Owen reports investigators publishing a. Long-awaited official reports into the disappearance of flight. And h three seventy but any relatives of the two hundred thirty nine people. Employed hyping, for answers have been left disappointed Cancer can become -clusive wreckages lead investigated Cox who John report. Underscores previous, finding that the plane was deliberately taken off course and flown for over seven. Hours after severing communications with the ground, but whether that was down to the pilot of someone else is unknown Simon Owen Fox News Malaysia's government has. Said that it is open to resuming, the search. If credible evidence of its location emerges Coca-Cola says it's charging more for its canned drinks because aluminum. Tariffs are making the cans more expensive coke CEO James Quincy calls the price hike disruptive but necessary. It will be left to stores whether or not pass along the increase to customers supreme. Court Justice Ruth baiter gangs Ginsburg says that she hopes to serve at. Least five more years on the court she spoke yesterday after attending a play in New York about, the late Justice Antonin Scalia she noted that she's eighty five and so she would like to stay Stay on the court until she's. Ninety Ginsburg pointed out that former Justice John Paul Stevens left the court. When he..

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"robert hughes" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"robert hughes" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"A total of twelve oaks fishers have opened up in stays as he can't imagine the past several days have been extremely challenging and frightening for residents there eruptions and earthquakes continue to keep officials on alert so how did we get here let's recap geologists from the hawaii volcano observatory say it all started two weeks ago april thirtieth that's when the pool or crater floor collapsed and that's in magma migrating down kilo is east rift zone putting lower puna residents at risk and then came the swarm of smaller quakes leading up to the first fisher just to four days ago on thursday may third lavin sulfur splitting from cracks mahala street in the states subdivision a massive six point nine magnitude earthquake hit the big island friday triggering more fishers and more than small five hundred small earthquakes you can see here all those earthquakes logged by the us gs is news of the volcanic activity continues to spread around the world tourism leaders syra concerned how the headlines may impact the industry on the big island ashley nagaoka joins us now with more on that thank you sean and steph tourism officials say there is absolutely no reason for travelers to change their hawaii plans at this time and some local businesses believe misinformation from national news organizations as well as a general misunderstanding of the state's geography are causing a spike in cancellations well there's been tons of cancellations we've lost bell kanter fourteen within the past couple of days reservations robert hughes says he's been telling guests looking to counsel the reservations that while his bed and breakfast is located in the town of volcano it's still about an hour away from all the lava action or try to tell them that we're far away from it and there's no activity where we are they're afraid because they're saying the air quality so bad i kind of send out a standard email to all my guests when people were calling and is it right in your backyard and i'm like no.

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