17 Burst results for "Senior Consultant"

"senior consultant" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

Breakfast Leadership

02:25 min | 2 months ago

"senior consultant" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

"Right how you're valued, so, but I tell companies in leaders to do this reward behaviors at driving ovation and get to the outcome so reward behaviors like rewarding people for taking risks. Reward them for disagree because debate is great for innovation I reward my team all the time for disagreeing with me because I know that when they do that, we're. We're going to have constructive conflict and we're. GonNa get to stronger ideas, and I will tell you that we don't know each other well, but I don't tend to use question marks my speak, even when it's a question, and it's not open to feedback I. Just have a very declarative tone, and so I want people who are going to argue with me because I, know the does powerful. Forgiving feedback for collaborating all shared example with you so I was leading this team of about twenty five consultants back in my innovation consulting days, and I used to come as VP to company I would come in and I would usually post a challenge or something. I was working on that I was stuck, and I wanted to get everybody's perspective on and one week I posted this. This challenge and sure enough. The end today I had a little stack of sticking on my desk from the same three people that always gave me feedback. No, those people were amazing. I appreciate them, but I needed everybody's perspective in the office from the senior consultant to the office manager I knew them all to give me their feedback for this idea to to get to the right place. So I'm thinking about what do I do about that so I ask for more feedback same thing so one day I got super clever, so go down to the coffee shop, a bunch of gift cards, and I come upstairs and they. It was an open office space and I start probably yelling I. Like to say just speaking loudly. I was saying so. If you give me a feedback I'd be like Michael I. Just want everyone here to know that I appreciate that Michael spent the time to give me scape. Give me feedback. I don't even know any road I haven't even read it yet, but that's not the point. What matters is I really appreciate the thoughtfulness of the time. Time that you took to give me some feedback. Here's your gift card so by the end of that day as you can imagine. I have stacks of ideas from everybody in the office. I had to get more gift cards. It was a little bit out of control, but what that experience taught me was when I reward the behavior looking for pretty simple I get more of it, so have you wanNA, drive innovation in your company. You gotTA drive the behaviors that get you more innovation..

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"senior consultant" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:40 min | 3 months ago

"senior consultant" Discussed on KCBS All News

"And more requests for sleep inducing medications. K CBS's Jeff Bella and Patty Rising, talked more about it with Dr Philip Musk in professor of psychiatry and senior consultant at Columbia University. I must confess this is a very personal story for me. I find myself tossing and turning at night having trouble falling asleep waking up in the middle of the night. Sounds like I'm in good company. Me too. Yes, you are. Both of us into China and me too. What? You're hearing you two as well. Tell us what you're hearing it in the academic side of all this wealth through we academically and clinically patients talk about disrupted sleep. That includes people who were working. I You know, I work every day at the hospital every day, but my sleep is disrupted. People are home. Whether they're working at home for load are out of work. Their schedules are completely disrupted. But even if their schedules aren't disrupted, we are all surrounded by the news that just proceeded us talking. 50,000 new cases a day. We don't know when a vaccine will occur. So the stress level for everyone is very high stress and sleep. Don't work well together. Is it more falling asleep or staying asleep or both? I think it's both Certainly for people who are getting up at a regular time every day. They're not sweeping in seven days a week, rather than just the weekends. They don't do much during the day. They're not exercising very much. They have difficulty falling asleep. Anxiety prevents both falling asleep and staying sweet. So even people who are falling sleep anxiety doesn't go away. When we're asleep, our mind continues to work on it. And people have talked about the new dream rather than walking outside and realizing your naked Now you walk outside and realize you don't have a mask on Michael's. That's a new anxiety dream, but that'll wake you up. So we're surrounded by so much stress and anxiety that depending on your vulnerability, you might have difficulty falling asleep. Saying, sweet waking up early or all three. Let's tap into your expertise here, give us some guidance and advice for what we might do to stack the odds in our favor of getting some better sleep. Great questions, so there's something called hygiene. And it's not like high school hygiene. Creep. Hygiene means getting up at the same time every day or certainly five days a week is we're used to, and we're working whether you need to or not. Having some routine and structure to your day, exercising the best. Hypnotic is exercise far better than any drug you could possibly take getting sweaty. I'm not drinking a lot of fluid and certainly not drinking a lot of alcohol in the evening. Alcohol. They help you fall asleep, but it will not keep you asleep. So a good routine go to sweep around the same time every night. Wake up around the same time every morning. Don't because you don't have to get up. Let yourself get up. It's 10 o'clock, 11 o'clock or brains are like pets. They need to be trained. And if we don't train well, just like if we don't train our pets, well, they misbehave. That was Dr Philip Musk and professor of psychiatry and senior consultant at Columbia University K. CBS News Time is 9 24.

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"senior consultant" Discussed on The Real Podcast

The Real Podcast

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"senior consultant" Discussed on The Real Podcast

"The story of Australia's First People's is the oldest continuing human story on it through countless generations of some lines to connection with country and spirit to resistance struggle and survival the aboriginal entire straight islander story is vast inspiring and always evolving this podcast series presents a collection of first peoples voices sharing their experiences his achievements hopes and beliefs these are the real stories of Aboriginal and Tar Stri Strike. Hi I'm Mayor Santa and you're listening to the real podcast series in this episode I checked with Jato Widow's hunt your two is the current senior consultant at Communications and Public Relations Company Cox no Ridgeway and also the founder and curator of Popular Social Media Platform Australian indigenous fashion. I would like to welcome yeah to hunt you up to so many fantastic things. I should probably won't everyone that yeah to and I've been friends for many years and are very like minded kind of comes chicks I suppose would you describe it as that of shared love of love media comes yeah unicating media comes politics and fashion are a little anchors I think I think you're more political than I am. I don't get through all of the political bias quite the same way that you do but I love getting the nights from you so very exciting election <hes> looming. It'll be over by the time if I listen to this but we're about to in the wake of the federal election yes. There's a lot of hot and excitement this week so I'm not sleeping as much and I plan my T._V.. Scheduled for Saturday.

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"senior consultant" Discussed on The Phinsider

The Phinsider

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"senior consultant" Discussed on The Phinsider

"Whatever other perfect has your air plenty of Dolphins podcasts near as room for everybody and people want their dolphins fix? Let them pick and choose what they WANNA listen. We're not going to get offended if he's not fight. If you WANNA hear some white dudes talk for twenty seven minutes about their own families in the dolphins for about one minute and thirty seconds than US okay that's us. That's us. That's us. We're like we're we're mashed potatoes. Were always there for you. We have our cameras on tonight so we can see each other talking inside than some weird. I don't know what does that sounds preview me but I kid you not in the background and son saucers like twenty twenty five high chairs in the kitchen. There are the C. right shoulder seeing the assembly line back there this lying. Let's take big ASS. Ask that of whatever some thing you saw swearing I I got I got get some our agenda. They are to slop it on their bowls and oh you probably have <unk> you have a robotic arm. Just goes on the assembly line just stick spoons in their mouth. I wish I wish so thinking of being spoon Fed spoon-fed. This coming season was Brian floors and the guy who's going to spoon feed him. All the information that he needs needs to know was Jim. Caldwell and Giancarlo is not going to be with the dolphins this year in full time positions wanted to be a senior consultant Dan tough low for the.

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"senior consultant" Discussed on Deadcast

Deadcast

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"senior consultant" Discussed on Deadcast

"So I called the Bank a zillion times and said I didn't take this out of what my money back. They gave me the money back. Then they said no way we didn't investigation. You'll get your money back. We're taking back the money that we took. And I called over to again. I'm like, I'm pulling my account. Joe's never go do. Got to play hardball with them though. This is disgraceful and horrible. Finally, get like. I got a call from a like, a senior consultant, and he's like, well, actually, we gave you a check that had a misspelled name on it. So you had so you had to put that into your gown and then pull it back out. And that's why you did. And I was like, oh, yeah. I remember that sorry. So it was fun. Yep. I mean, it's tough even not even smart people can make very very dome decisions. More debatable on that question. Nice. This one's quick this from Zachary can we start abbreviating timber wolves as? I'm gonna spell it for you the number to LVS instead of to save those two characters. Can they be the to the tools? The tools is that. Okay. Get out of here accent, tools, and that's not. That's it. I'm gonna I'm gonna type it on my phone and see how it looks right now. Because it does there's such an intriguingly bad idea that I'm there's part of me that's kind of perversely drawn to it. It looks like to ELS. So that's a nickname for the twins, actually. This is the Trump question the weakest from Michael how many Connie Wesseling has Donald Trump actually listened to? I'm guessing he's only heard gold digger based on the. Yeah. Because he thought it was like investment tips. Yeah. Basically, he's gonna get into metal detecting. And then he was like so's not about that. I I would be shocked if you've listened to any tiny west song. And this also would have to I think, let's let's say that's not ambient Condie was music, right? Because he hasn't experienced music ambient the way that you can be in a retail setting and here like four or five seconds or whatever the radio version of some song that's popular of tanya's back when the ad like, really popular songs. And this is like that's not a situation that Trump is ever in that like, I don't know what music plays it golf clubs. I'm assuming it's just like songs he has written about him. But he's not like this isn't a guy that like fucking listens to the radio. Like he listens to like, the phantom of the opera soundtrack like everything again like everything stopped in ninety one. So he would have to do like a like a version of its like that or something because that's what Trump thinks rap music is going to fire. You say he has the kind you west. I think in particular. I think he's power and thinks it's about him. All right. I can see that. Like, yeah. Yeah. Me Jesus walks also thinks that's about him. And also he's met with personally, I think it's impossible to meet with kind Yay. Without him bussing out a laptop and checking the volume all the way up and being like this checkout what I'm working on. And then like he plays at full volume and then nods his head, and you have to your head along with that is I am so happy that you have given me this image to think about because. Yes, that's absolutely what he would do like he would make Trump's sit in like a boo Godley with him. And listen to like beat that he's working on this kid cut here. Whatever Trump very good big friend of mine terrific. And that would be extremely awkward for Trump, and he would make his bulldog face and kind of like nod his head rhythmically. But I would love it. If you had to have that experience. Musicians. Do this. I say this because I'm totally named up here. I did go see Justin Bieber in a studio for G Q assignment. And he did precisely this. And so I I remember the story. I it was. You're splitting loud as I recall. Right. Just so fucking loud. But of course, it didn't bother anyone except for me. So I obviously I was the oldest dad is to person there..

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"senior consultant" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"senior consultant" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"One of the pluses about being here on opening day. And of course, kmby are being Louis. Are we are given a a bird's eye view on the type can I see the photo that tarp Larry coming off their yank right now, the tarp is going to be ball today gear. All okay at at. And at the at the time that they identified which is one thirty seven I believe Derek Rodriguez and Tyler glass now as you know, the right handers. It is it is a power pitcher, man. I'm serious. We're talking about high nineties. Get the pig overhand breaker. You know pirates pirates out of nowhere last year. The ways you mean? The pirates pirates traded for Chris Archer, and they traded two of their best prospects, Austin meadows, young outfielder and in this right handed pitcher Tyler glass now to Tampa. So give Eric Neander and kind and bloom some credit. If was Joe Johnson, would you you just like saying kind blown I'm blimp Johnson interviewed him for the gentleman's name, but they considered time now but said, you know, what we're going for hunt. Instead, and I will say this, you know, foreigners very cool. The one thing about about four hundred is, you know, this is a guy who is a Canadian American of Pakistani descent who, you know, you know, grew up grew up didn't grow up around the game necessarily who was an intern with the as in so many ways started as an intern or they moved him. I didn't know that. And he showed us an intern in so many ways he's a pioneer on so many levels. I believe he's the first Muslim man ever to be general manager of an American sports franchise for at the professional level. So he is a pioneer in a lot of ways. And you know, he doesn't seem in any way burdened by the fact that he's a pioneer. He he seems totally comfortable in his own scanty very comfortable around the giants. And what they're doing right now they've got Sabin here. They've got tip dro- here. They've got John bar here. They haven't moved those guys out. And yet those guys have been moved aside to senior consultants in far Hans. There. It's a Dell as he said he was his own words. He said it's a little bit of a delicate balance. And that was a good question about you guys challenge to keep the old regime respected and feel like they're being used correctly. And at the same time turn the page on an organization that clearly needs to have that new thinking, we'll look at all the guys we have on from time to time. We don't you know, we're we don't get them on every week. But think of the general managers that run these teams now, they're all PR savvy. And when I say savvy not like, they're all just making stuff up now. But they got personalities Lynch is great. You know knows how to represent his product. But Bob Myers terrific like that. They're not old scouts. Yeah. They're not old scouts and I love saving sickening. And I've got great appreciation for Sapien baulky was an old scout. I mean now at the top spot, you it's a new world world isn't again because we're in the media. I don't want to hear the same old stuff. I want to hear a guy with a little bit of zip to them and can laugh and have some fun and every guy with Billy bean. Of course, is you know, GM now he moved up and forced his good all these guys. Now got a little something going for themselves. And I think it is that hey, it's two thousand nineteen people. Don't want the old the old guard that want something new and you gotta win. All right. You've got diamond notes timing ready to go the twentieth. Opening day here at oracle park to be a great tank. All right. And they're gonna start on time. So in your car get out there. The tarp is off the field and the giants amazing grounds crew has gotten a done glass. Now, it's a battle of right handers. Larry's.

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"senior consultant" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

05:39 min | 2 years ago

"senior consultant" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Cam profiles. And we're talking about a really serious topic. That does affect thousands of Americans and that is kidney failure. All right now. Charlotte Otley is dealing with that she is a senior consultant for the president of the urban league metropolitan Saint Louis and has been an entrepreneur for pretty much all of her life, and as even served in public awareness capacities with these kinds of campaigns to tell Americans take care of your health and about organ transplant. And so here you are in need of a kidney. And so you said that okay. Where's home that was what you were talking because you weren't living here at the time of the diagnosis? And you you you do decide to come home. You've had you said it's been a great experience about an outpouring of love. And I can see that every time that the flyers posted on Facebook. There are hundreds of comments and dozens of shares and people are trying to. To help you. You're looking at the silver lining. I take it. But not really, you know. Yes. Everything that you said is true. But it wasn't easy for me to get there. I was surprised you went public line. No. Oh, no. No, no. That was not an easy initiative for me. One. The first thing is, you know, we were raised to never let them see you sweat, right? We were raised with laugh in the world laughs with you cry. And you cry alone all of those things if you can't do it don't big and don't quit right here. So no, no, no. This was not an overnight. I've had a friend who works at a hospital that I just worked with Harrison volunteer. This woman found out what I was going through an jumped on me with all fours. I mean, she jumped into my life. And I mean, everything from emergency rooms because how would have acute issues with gal and other kinds of side effects. You know with this problem, and she got in my life, and she gave me the tough love. She said to me you've gotta come out. You've gotta tell your. Friends. Not told your friends. No, not really not really, you know, very close people who have been going the last two years with me failing and not realizing that that was what it was. And I was just focused on trying to lose weight has. That's what I thought the solution. Goodness. Okay. Wait a minute. So even when you knew you had kidney failure, you thought losing weight would help. Yes. Okay. Because the fads. Yeah. Okay. Would you control my diet and control? My blood pressure. Will do you know me I'm one of the most high strung people that twenty four seven is our industry. So that adrenalin helps me do what I do. So now, you're telling me the Lord Lord. Yeah. We're telling you sit down. Yeah. I did. Yeah. I can lower it several points just with my breathing and my concentrates, but that, but that now, no I see how that is tied to this notion of coming on telling people and being this public about it the she convinced you to do that. Why why did you want to not why did you not want embarrassment? Okay. All right embarrassed to it all the should is. You know, you should have done this. You should have done and people don't know that they're hurting you and all of this story said to you. Yeah. I mean, people see you. And they'll say, oh, you don't look like you're sick. Oh, my now. I know it's a compliment in love, and they're and they're doing it. It. It was a fear failure. I've written these books I've done these articles on success, and achieving and etc. And I felt I had failed somehow in being the best. I could be because I knew I studied. I'd been ward I had wonderful doctors who kept telling me you've got to watch this. And that you feel like it's your fault. I felt like it was my fault. Now, I made the decision. What was was? Okay. I gotta deal with today. Right. I want to live, and I not only want to live. I want to have a quality of life with the years. I have left, and I want my living not to have been in vain. I have already seen by coming out that other people are coming out and helping their families or other people are talking about it. So if I'm being a catalyst for people to understand, the illness better to understand what a difference they can make an someone's life. And how I live this out. It'll make a difference for somebody else. Then that's making this journey easier for me because giving is much easier than receiving at Cryer all the time. I. 'cause I'm shocked at the outpouring that I'm getting and we're gonna talk about that outpouring. And how the Facebook flyer came to be and what the reaction to that has been and I can tell Charlotte Otley her living has not is not currently in vain. She has touched so many lives. We're gonna continue our conversation. Really? This is about organ transplant. This is about health. This is about kidney failure. So we'll talk a little bit more about that. As Cam.

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"senior consultant" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"senior consultant" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Want your child, coming home and living in your basement aged thirty Helping them Solve problems if, they say, you know there's no rug in the, dorm room, you, say well where do you think you could buy one get them to use the resources in the city and the resources in colleges and universities because there are a lot more resources now on every college campus than there used, to, be oh, my goodness We went to see my alma mater recently Boston College they got a resource for everybody they have an office for, kids from single parent homes an office for kids whose parents didn't go to college an office for minority, and they divided up by. Minority an office for almost everything there's a resource for. Every everybody now right absolutely and I, see this certainly at Washington you and the idea, is we want students to have a relationship with their parents but we want them. To make the transition and learn to, use whether he said it's a reading center a writing center. Tutoring center whenever there's a reason we have these things. On campus now, I've got, a question for you but I think, I know, the, answer 'cause I I read portions of your new book letting go didn't get through all of it it's four hundred and fifty pages long but you can go from chapters chapter based on your needs and so just to tell. You, the truth When. We're dropping my son off I'll put it this way, he had an attitude that made it easier for us to drop them off and you say that's actually kind of normal for the graduate. From high school and for a couple. Of. Months. They actually do push barriers and sometimes they're at their behavior is not what you want right and that makes that's often, makes it easier to cut the cord when I always say appearances you may have felt a lot of, nostalgia over the summer looked. At all photographs but your child may have been acting. In ways that left you looking forward, to their departure and that's all part of their, ambivalence about going there anxiety and it's understandable that that's what I thought I thought. It was nervousness yeah well the worst, thing I can it's not terrible but it was funny to. Us not the parents is when years ago Ago some students, pulled up with their parents. And they pull up to. Drop their kids off and one student got out of the car ripped off a t. shirt then he was wearing which. Evidently his parents had told. Him he shouldn't wear that t shirt he threw it on the ground and. Lit it on fire and so when I tell that story the rest of. The parents laugh and just think, okay mine wasn't so bad by compares yeah no kidding okay I've got some more questions. In. Addition to what we just mentioned college campuses today are in many. Ways not like they were, back in the day I'll put it that way we're gonna go over that a, little bit too when we continue our conversation with Karen Levin Coburn her book letting go has, sold five hundred thousand copies she's a Saint Louis she. Works at wash u. used to be the associate. Vice chancellor one of these. Social. Chancellor's, now's a senior consultant there, she's written the, parents guide to understanding the college years and we'll.

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"senior consultant" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"senior consultant" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Ryan key as you know we are missing doug ford in studio again oh my gosh who takes that many vacation josh guy with a successful business well we hope you guys enjoy not hearing doug as much as we do no work we love but listen on the line as promised we have a a great guest okay we have an international ethics consultant which is dr christopher gilbert how you doing dr gilbert well thank you franken ryan sorry doug's not around it's a real pleasure you'll you'll be happy he's not here we lived up he's our dissenting viewpoint so go good okay absolutely and we we do encourage that on the show but dr gilbert we're gonna get into some of these morality questions and i want to talk specifically about some of the supreme court upholding the travel ban i wanna talk about you know the border crossings and the kids all those hot topics but before that i want to tell our listeners about your book it's called there's no right way to do the wrong thing is that correct that's absolutely right and a lot of the situations you've talked about sound like they're falling in that bracket i think so now i have personally i haven't had a chance to read the book i don't think ryan you've had a chance yet either i haven't but i definitely will yeah we're big on that we like to we like to hear from you and then we'll pick up the book you're a senior consultant and speaker for noble edge consulting right correct what are the kinds of things do you do actually i do a lot of training i was a university professor and i get to be adjunct every once in a while in different universities railroad mostly teaching business ethics and social responsibility nice nice and i understand you've taught on four continents is that right that's correct yeah it's been a real privilege both in i should say both but africa and over in china and russia the eu and the us and canada so i guess i'm looking forward to the other continents and an article as well feeling your audience will be a little smaller terrific are pretty clear if they if they ever known ethics all right so let's let's cut to the chase i'm i've got a list of things i want to go over part of it this is about the american public outcry is it a lesson that true ethics go far beyond the borders and the same moral decency is supposed to be extended to all human beings yeah you know it's interesting we sort of look at ethics is so we make good choices and it's the evil people out there that make poor choices i think a better way to look it ethics anytime we're making a decision that has an impact on others now or in the future it's an ethical decision we stand on one of three steps to make it the impact it's about me the impact is about some of us or impact is about all of us i think your question what's happened with this travel ban in the separation of families among other things is it's gotten people that i think haven't haven't really spoken in thailand to this point to stand on that higher level and say wait a minute this isn't just about some of the united states this is really about all of us and we need to think about things a.

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"senior consultant" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"senior consultant" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"It going to resume inflation the term that's used where somebody says that there were a senior consultant for the white house during the george bush administration and it turns out they took a white house tour i mean this is someone inflating the recipe and on this one it's simply lying through omission and the f o p says he should step aside until this is all sorted out and then decide where to go from here and the mayor says love you just a great job by the way text in accommodating on a call that have a right before i have passed from sami says bruce driving is a privilege not a right a police officer cannot stop you and ask for i d if you just walking down the street but if you want to exercise your privilege of driving a requirement is to produce a valid license upon request and hope that clarifies just a bit and this from carl emails in that's well gee he emailed me i can't do memes on radio like doing i'd like doing mime on radio liam words don't work on radio here i'm going to i'm going to do that guy trapped inside a room pretty good all right now look this is a guy drinking a cup of coffee four hundred six eighty als in baltimore good morning bruce you on your family doing well nice trip back yeah it was wonderful the nobody's going to be i'm listening to had a great time it was a wonderful cruise that's good i i you know i'm retired law enforcement when i was in uniform or out of uniform if i happen to be pulled over by police officer or five the post by police i did exactly what they asked me to do and i'm still here to talk about it i'm still alive i didn't get beat up i didn't get taste i think get thrown to the ground you know did it appears you l l did it appear to you that this guy was just kind of looking to get arrested so he could make a problem for somebody because that's kind of what it smelled like to me when i was watching it.

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"senior consultant" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

The Ken Coleman Show

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"senior consultant" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

"Correct okay so you get sales engineer and business consultant those are those are different roles in the type of work that you're doing one business consultant role either out on your own or you're working for a company that provides that service have you done any homework and research into these specific roles you've defined i have sales engineer most of them require sales experience or ah badgers degree consultant is normally the positions that i've found are no my senior consultants so those are eight years of experience in at least a four year degree okay so what's the experience with that consultant type of what type of experience most of the time it is experienced in problem solving in consulting companies it doesn't really isn't really specific okay all right so what what was the i've got a couple of thoughts but what now we get some clarity on what where you're at and where you want to go what do you need my helpless specifically what you big challenge my big challenges i went to school the two years which in canada which transfers to a year and a half year in that states debating going back to school now but i'm not hundred percent sure if i will love this job and i don't want us grow two and a half years of schooling that it if i'm not gonna like it gotcha you just not certain even though you've defined these two roles you're just not certain if if those are in fact what you wanna be doing what do you not sure about let's be very specific because what we're dealing with here is a fear so let's call it that you're a little bit of eight and there's other wrong with that but let's dentist what it is you're really afraid of i don't mean the fear you just described i mean specifically what are you a little concerned about when you think these roles you've done your homework what is popping up in your head or in your heart that's going on.

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"senior consultant" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"senior consultant" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Value on on engineering then there's some of the infrastructure questions you know how do we build our infrastructure you know do we do it from scratch how much do we build how much do we buy and those are really interesting questions which were starting to to answer now but i'd never wanna make like the main thing not the main thing so we can get lost and building our own software and then five years down the line we're actually behind the scaling point we are very focused and we're very technical to which is a little bit different like we're why we drink the react cool eight or the technology cooler spent many many years as a senior consultant for deloitte so i've definitely lived that world and you could scale that by bodies right yet people but the way that we're pursuing this as a scaling it by technique and technology and focus in the specific industry as your container service simplifies the deployment management and operations of coober netease eliminate the complicated planning and deployment of fully orchestrated containerized applications with cooper netties you can quickly provision clusters to be up and running in no time while simplifying your monitoring and cluster management through auto upgrades and a built in operations console avoid being locked into any one vendor or resource you can continue to work with the tools that you already know so just helm and move applications to any coober netease deployment integrate with your choice of container registry including azure container registry also quickly and efficiently scale to maximize your resource utilization without having to take your applications offline isolate your application from infrastructure failures and transparently scale the underlying infrastructure to meet growing demands all while increasing the security.

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"senior consultant" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"senior consultant" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Value on on engineering then there's some of the infrastructure questions you know how do we build our infrastructure you know do we do it from scratch how much do we build how much do we buy and those are really interesting questions which were starting to to answer now but i'd never wanna make like the main thing not the main thing so we can get lost and building our own software and then five years down the line we're actually behind the scaling point we are very focused and we're very technical to which is a little bit different like we're why we drink the react cool eight or the technology cooler spent many many years as a senior consultant for deloitte so i've definitely lived that world and you could scale that by bodies right yet people but the way that we're pursuing this as a scaling it by technique and technology and focus in the specific industry as your container service simplifies the deployment management and operations of coober netease eliminate the complicated planning and deployment of fully orchestrated containerized applications with cooper netties you can quickly provision clusters to be up and running in no time while simplifying your monitoring and cluster management through auto upgrades and a built in operations console avoid being locked into any one vendor or resource you can continue to work with the tools that you already know so just helm and move applications to any coober netease deployment integrate with your choice of container registry including azure container registry also quickly and efficiently scale to maximize your resource utilization without having to take your applications offline isolate your application from infrastructure failures and transparently scale the underlying infrastructure to meet growing demands all while increasing the security.

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"senior consultant" Discussed on Engaging Leader: Leadership communication principles to engage your team - hosted by Jesse Lahey, Aspendale Communications

Engaging Leader: Leadership communication principles to engage your team - hosted by Jesse Lahey, Aspendale Communications

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"senior consultant" Discussed on Engaging Leader: Leadership communication principles to engage your team - hosted by Jesse Lahey, Aspendale Communications

"Share what you do for a living its i always like to just get to know people make sure we we're getting the no each other on a person the first basis before that sort of baggage that comes with what a person's job or status might get in the way for example i've who has been on them retreats and hit it off really well with different people one serb make a best friend over there treat and then find out that there in an occupation that maybe i would have been standoffish with i remember when guy was a farmer and another guy was a pastor and one guy was a doctor and i probably would have handled those three people differently if i had known all along that was their occupation and they might have similarly handled mean differently and so in the same way mike and i were getting annoyed each other as well as other people on the on this marriage retreat obviously the focus was on our marriage that we weren't spinning that much time with everybody else but i was clearly connecting with this guy like really i just really liked him i liked the couple and uh felt like i could talk to him forever and then we ventilate he got to sharing about our backgrounds and realize that were both communication people and mike has been with a senior consultant with franklin covey for the past twenty nine years he's taught more than three thousand seminars about productivity and communication he's done executive coaching and he's written five books and fact i've seen his books before i just didn't make the connection with the the out his name as an author i haven't x hadn't previously red any of his books but i've seen them in airports and bookshelves all of a sudden era when we shared we were like oh no wonder i you know gosh an and there is even more we can talk about so i was so excited to hear that uh he had a new book coming out this year and was glad to get my hands on that book and then we get to talk about it today.

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"senior consultant" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"senior consultant" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"All is it appears that a graceful grabby is gaining support as all of these old allies of president mugabe foil away us through firing and so what we've seen is and a lot of key groups within the ruling party including the war veterans are being sidelined and a new breed people including your socalled j forty and that the youngsters and grace mugabe coming to the fore shingani occur in zimbabwe knife crime is a serious problem in many parts of the world especially whether a problems with street gangs victims of knife crime are sadly very familiar sight to many doctors and nurses this does something hospitals can do to alleviate the problem beyond offering medical attention tom simon's reports some people may find the following disturbing i recess wars it's more properly cold resuscitation this is one of london's four major trauma centers where a 10strong team of medics will treat you if you'll really on well or if you've been stamped was short resources always flatout we're getting ready for what they call a code rat which is the sickest type of trauma took to ema sutherland's the senior consultant on shift today we know that this is a young man who's been stop and his stabbed multiple times chest lags on the code red patient turns out to be six the they work forced to stabilise him of these whisked off for a scan but not every one of the team here is medically trade summits put a finger on the pulse fourman will take there is nothing that can prepare you for wacky in hospital the sites a smells sounds lucy nail taylor is a youth worker specializing in young people under the age of twenty five and affected by street violence.

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"senior consultant" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"senior consultant" Discussed on 790 KABC

"In here to cover for my catholic who's out in the dentist's chair apparently how good contact with mike in recent months or you now that the last and i was here oh yeah me okay so laugh we're going to speak to senior consultant for one nation health coalition regarding the health care which are we call it goingson and congress that's what the nicest known sort of non judgmental way i can say now you said that your husband xanthi geologist has a strong opinion on this with what is his opinion while i mean because he works for kaiser he released kaiser as really that a modern so he model that needs to be the model okay so so his thing is a is a single payer sorta set up is what he i think so and also obviously you know favoritism towards the path east than in the healthcare battle one and it's easier charges should be well no just in general like the kaiser model is the good model is the way to go i see our used our model more use that model best interests using medrano dave hoppy is a said senior consultant for one nation coalition he's the only person do have been the chief of staff for both the speaker of the house and the senate majority leader mitch trompie thank you for joining us happy to be here good well i think so i think it's good but i am concerned by the goings on in washington duties psychologists i'm a physician this stuff has pertinence to us and our i don't really understand what's happening can you sort of help us understand what they're up to what they're intending and where this is going well let me give it a try it any rate uh what the hopewell law white and they thought they had hickey goals which would have allowed device credited to retire uh and it.

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"senior consultant" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:08 min | 4 years ago

"senior consultant" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"I don't care i'm not going to call the police i'm just here trying to help your pet could you just got into marijuana to find thank you that's all i need it's you know there's i think it's so important for the listeners to understand but if you're pat got into something number when taking which you if at all possible even under thank the box whatever it came in let him know what he got into we're not gonna tell the police we don't care we just trying to save your pat absolutely that such a good point yet but i know i've had that seems when aerial on the clinic an and on the phone killing people collins and they there were a bit we're going to have to turn the manner are touchdown and and we're not and veterinary inclined to how that pat and lee eight or nine crying kid to call the police are not going to you know make sure experience any kind of and talk about situation for the pat under week upon helped propel when you that information so i think that's what you're fall and i get leave been chatting right now with dr charlotte slipped game she is a senior consultant better nary an at pat poise and helped line there is so much more you know we still need to go to the bathroom and prescription medications and sometimes you're trying to helping you've gone on liner spoken to a friend in going well if i take so much approximate for my aches and pains might pets you know it's like ways the third of what i do okay i'm just going to give it a third of mounted the medication that ivan taking myself or eat some getting to medications or even your larger in defense i try or sheets correct trier sheets there so much more out there that people really need to become educated about where to make oh doctor quick to get more information kind of room by room but we had some great information on our website which is that it heavy having it that pat points from how playing dot com and and we have content have taken i'd to cut safety on that information written for had owner and some of them eric look at the quicker catch honors.

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