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Courageous Cultures With Karin Hurt & David Dye
"Employees have ideas, leaders want to hear them, and yet somehow there is a disconnect. So what if instead you can have a courageous colchester where people speak up, they share ideas, the default is to contribute. So today, we're going to start with grounding you in a little bit of the research under grounds, our work, and then from, there are going to give a series of very practical tools to help you tap into the very best ideas and micro innovations that are happening on your team right now. So. To answer these questions about why speaking up with problem solutions with micro innovations advocating for customers is difficult. We partnered with the University of Northern, Colorado and a research project both quantitative and qualitative to figure out what keeps people from being able to speak up and what are some of the best companies doing to overcome those barriers. The first reason we discovered through that research is that no one's asking, in fact, forty, nine percent of our research respondents said, they are not consistently asked for ideas by their leaders. And then many people feel like nothing's going to happen. A full fifty percent of respondents said that if they were to share an idea, it wouldn't be taken seriously by their leadership. So, why bother? And then you ever feel stock. Well quite a few respondents feel the same way just over two thirds. Sixty, seven percent said that their leadership operates under the principle because we've always done it this way if we've always done it this way, that's the way we're always going to do it, and then there's the reluctance that comes from fear or a lack of confidence forty percent. Our research respondents said that they lack the confidence to share an idea. So this concept of sue or fear of speaking up was very interesting as we conducted interview after interview across a variety of industries and countries all over the world. Why are people so afraid to speak up and I? We said if you did speak up what are the ideas that you're holding back and these things are not trivial sound like Khumbu, in a break room kind of ideas. They said my idea that I'm not sharing would be to improve the customer experience, the employee experience or improvement of process. People are scared primarily because they have had a bad experience in the past. So research shows that people tend to hold onto a negative experience longer than a positive experience, which means that even if you are a fantastic leader, encouraging people to speak. Supporting them. If they had a bad experience in the past, they may still be holding onto that and are not sharing their best ideas because of old fear. So, an addition to that psychological aspect of overweight in the past people also tend to discount the future in Dr Amy Edmonson Research. She talks a lot about how when it comes to psychological safety. People don't recognize just how valuable the contribution they could make will be. So as a leader, you want to be aware that these things are happening in your team. Another reason people lacked the competence to share is that they haven't been taught how to share their ideas well, and so we will also be giving you a tool today to help you give to your team to help them vet and think through their ideas. So we'll just take you through a little bit. Bit about the courageous cultures process, and then we were going to go a little bit deeper into a couple of these areas. Today. When you're building courageous culture, it really starts with navigating the narrative that is grounding yourself in your own fear or confidence. So are you letting a bad past experience? Hold you back and so one of the things that we do in our programs is really get people to think about their most courageous sacked at work and build on that confidence. The next is creating clarity, and when we talk about creating clarity, we're really talking about in clarity into areas, I being crystal clear that you really do want people's ideas and reinforcing that. Again and second clarity around what a good idea would accomplish, and we'll talk about how you can get more specific than just. Hey, does anybody have any good ideas? Next is cultivating curiosity, and this is where it will spend most of our time today. How do you go out and deliberately stay curious and draw out people's best
A groundbreaking terrorism charge against an alleged incel
"You probably don't remember the name Ashley. Noel are Daca even if you heard about her killing when it happened police tapes around the crime scene here at the crown. Spa near Wilson and Dufferin. An active investigation is underway. One woman in her early. Twenty S is dead falling a stabbing earlier this afternoon and to others. Who are also involved in. The incident aren't hospital. The Grand Scheme of the new cycle at the time it was a small tragedy with victims and violence and a first degree murder charge and a court date to come at some point. The crime happened at the end of February. Just as newscasts were starting to be dominated by the emergence of covid nineteen so the story got lost until Tuesday when the charges against the accused were updated and two words were added right after murder terrorist activity and this is important because I the image that those two words might conjure in some minds is not even close to what police say happened here and second because certainly in Canada and quite likely around the whole world. This is the first time that charge has been used in this way. Every murder in Toronto is a tragedy. Every murder should be covered and every victim should be mourned. And we probably know that. That's not always the case. So what is it about this one? That might leave a legacy that is significant to victims and activists across the world. What might those two words at the end of the charge change in our fight against misogyny Jordan Heath Rawlings and this is the big story? Stuart Bell is a reporter with Global News and he was part of a team of journalists. Who broke this story? Hello Stuart. Why don't you start by telling me what we know about what happened on February twenty? Four th in as much detail as you can well as about noon on a Monday and The owner of a A massage parlor in Toronto Heard some loud noises coming from a back room and she went to see what's going on and a man came out with a believable machete started attacking her. She was actually able to wrestle with a bad and eventually stabbed him as well and so the to them came outside covered in blood. Witnesses saw them. Come outside the storefront Bleeding heavily and police arrived. They found the body of a woman inside at twenty four four year old woman and they arrested the young person who was injured at the scene at the time they charged him with first degree murder and attempted murder but it was always a big question. Mark over this particular killing as to why. What was the motive for it in there were? There was some especially given Toronto's history with the in cells in the two thousand eighteen van attack. There was some speculation. No could this be but it was only yesterday when the charges were laid in court when we finally got the confirmation that in fact Police are alleging that this was an insult attack. Let's start with The victim of the attack. What do we know about her? And I guess about the place where this happened like set the scene for us a little bit so we have some context for for the charges while it's an erotic massage parlor if you read their website they certainly don't conceal the fact that You know there perhaps a little bit more than massage other certainly encouraging a certain type of Clientele. The woman was killed was twenty four years old. She was a mother. The woman who was injured was thirty years old believe she's described herself as the owner of the of the business She had some cuts honor arms. You know sort of defensive kind of wounds. We know why this particular place was targeted. We don't know for sure but certainly from other in related attacks over the years we've seen places targeted for example a Yoga Studio in Florida just because the attacker believed that was a place where he could find women which were really his target right so that may have been the case here as well. What do we know about the alleged killer? Well we don't know much in can't say of what we know. Because he's a youth he seventeen and therefore his identity is protected by the Young Offenders Act. It's just not even possible to discuss anything that would reveal his identity but we do know from our police. Sources that Following his arrest he made statements that put him in line with cell ideology. One police source told OUR CATHERINE MACDONALD A Global Toronto that he wanted to kill as many women as possible. We also heard that. He said he was familiar with the Toronto Van Attacker and the author of what is considered to be the in cell manifesto for police to come out and say outright that they believe this was inspired by ideology You can bet they must have some either from his own statements or his maybe as online usage or maybe both they probably have evidence that certainly leads them in that direction. Can you explain the significance of the way? The police have changed the charge. What does it mean? Well it significant on a bunch of levels. You know if you look back at the history of terrorist attacks just in the last couple of years There was the the van attack in Edmonson. There was The Quebec mosque shooting was the the Toronto Van Attack. In twenty eighteen in all those cases. Either certainly things that looked like textbook terrorism but in none of those cases where terrorism charges brought with the prosecutors did in those cases was basically say We're charging you with first degree murder or attempted murder and I think the the reasoning behind not pursuing terrorism aspect of that is it really doesn't add anything in the end result and it may be even makes the prosecution more difficult. Because you've got to prove the motive. The motive was somehow terrorism related. But I think you'll probably have noticed. There was a lot of push back to that. Why was the Quebec Mosque? Shooting not officially considered terrorism. Why was the the Toronto Vanak not treated as an act of terrorism? I think that caused a lot of confusion in a lot of people were upset so I think it's entirely possible that we've seen a bit of a change here Don't forget three days before this massage parlor attack. There was another attack. There was a woman in scarborough on sidewalk when she was attacked. By a man with a hammer in killed he was also arrested and charged with the same murder terrorist activity charge and he was alleged to have been a supporter of is this ideology so in that case they they did lay that terrorism charge. So I think when you look at those two cases together for probably seeing Abbot of a sea change in terms of prosecutors in police saying look I think it is it is important that when terrorism happens we treat it as terrorism that we recognize it for what it is and you know even though it not change the length of time that the person will spend in prison. It's important for the community to have it recognized for what it really is and I think there's another significance as well and I've heard this from sources over this particular case which is one of the best ways to interrupt. Terrorism is for people to recognize when individuals are going down that path of violent radicalization so for parents for example. We're talking about a seventeen year old in this case for parents or friends or people that are around our teachers people that are around someone to have a better idea of what terrorism looks like how people behave when the radicalizing in into to intervene when they see that happened to get that person help before they end up picking up a a knife for were renting a van and mowing people down and so I think by the hope is that by prosecuting. These types of things as terrorism Dell help raise awareness among people. Terrorism is not just nine eleven. It comes in different forms it can be just a young person online radicalizing attaching themselves to a cause and deciding to go in and pick up everyday objects as weapons and to do something in their mind for their cause. So I think that's the other significance is hopefully benefit in terms
"edmonson" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Pay off to the right of lose rookie goaltender Jordan benefit. Each team with an early goal there. The second period Tarasenko for the blues Clifton for the Bruins, but his second of the postseason, lose control the crop as Stephen works back to portray alone up the left sided calms, Barbara chef Barbara chef chipped. It out back to pick it up. His Jake Debrosse back in the Bruins in its game one of the Stanley Cup final Saint Louis blues to lead over the Boston Bruins has back. It's those the puck antique and now a penalty it will go against Saint Louis back was up and take another John Wilders. Former teammate Joel that Benson. I think Edmonson thought that maybe back as really didn't get hit with the high stick, and was trying to draw penalty that Edmonson didn't like it with back down on the ice. So he went over and gave a little shot in the back. Happened just outside the blue line. Then Bacchus dump the puck in and tried to get past Edmonson on the board. Just at the blue line at Edmonton got his stick up back down, Edmonson didn't like it. But Boston goes back on the power play. It is very high stick. Backus, of course, ten years say Louis last five is the captain, they elected not to resign him and his third season as a member of the road. This is the thing that we talked about earlier the game is that one of the keys for the Bruins take advantage of these power play opportunities because it's been the pork park of their game in the playoffs. So they get their third already in this game off the draw quit with the puck right points. Lives toys left now straight away for circle pasta, kicked three direct by purse Rodman club. Save by Bennington.
"edmonson" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"The blue line. Sanford will get it in greenburgh pulls it away from the balloons forward as the stars go to the right side with it Spitzer will clear to the neutral zone. Not been he gets it down along the near wink Klingberg trying to center Spitzer was there. All man were cut to the middle and somehow Steen in Sanford got out of the railroad tracks in time. That would have been a heavy hit on all three of them three or four bodies. Yeah. We've been Steen in the corner. Trying to come out with online right now at Barbara and Sampras blue tried to get some guys on the ice after having success powerplays sent down by Taylor. The defense men into the blue Zell bidding tunnel back handed over to portray stars chains. Blues changes. Well, six thirty forty four in the first period zero zero the scored nine the poor the shots on goal favoring the blue long past gums up ice Bosak three swats at her force swats at it. They go to get it in. And it goes down along the wing Ben Lovejoy is there quired by the stars. And the trade to come back out the center now Edmonson drops it off role. Portraying Gelo in behind his net over the Joe Edmonson on the near wing off the boards behind McEachern and now propose AKIs unable to send it up ice reflect back to Edmonson again Bosak tied up this time by as skinny rusel get. It it in the capital on the wing back hands it in behind the net Bishop unable to stop it goes far wing bay. Look, what is into a hit on Lovejoy.
Creating Psychological Safety in the Workplace
"It was the late nineteen ninety s medical mistakes at hospitals were a big problem and researcher Amy Edmonson had a moment of panic. She had been studying different teams in the same hospital. She wanted to know do better teams make fewer mistakes. But what she found was the opposite of what she expected turns out the most cohesive hospital teams reported making the most mistakes, not fewer that surprised her until she realized maybe the better teams weren't making more mistakes. Maybe they were more able and willing to talk about their mistakes this became Edmund since influential nineteen ninety nine paper, titled psychological, safety and learning behavior in were teams since then the research has piled on showing that psychological safety can make nut just teams, but entire organizations perform better it's been ten years since Amy Edmonson was a guest on the HBO idea cast and she's back on the show today. She's. Is a professor at Harvard Business School, and our new book is the fearless organization, creating psychological safety in the workplace from learning innovation and growth, Amy. Thanks so much for coming back on the show. Thank you for having. It's great have you here because psychological safety. I can't tell you the number of times it has come up in each cast interviews in it's fun to talk about it. Now. Also with hindsight of what you've learned over the last couple of decades. Now, this term psychological safety, you say, it's not it's not the best term. Why not you know, the term implies to people a sense of coziness. You know? Oh, I'm just everything's gonna be great that we're all going to be nice to each other. And that's not what it's really about. What it's about his candor what it's about as being direct taking risks being willing to say I screwed that up being willing to ask for help. When you're in over your head. Why is it that probably more people would say that they don't feel psychologically safe at work than than others? I mean, it it still seems like it's not the norm. It is not the norm at all. In fact, I think it's it's. Unusual which is what makes it potentially a competitive advantage. The reason why psychological safety is rare has to do with aspects of human nature human instinct, for example. It is an instinct to want to look good in front of others. It's an instinct to divert blame in. It's an instinct to agree with the boss and hierarchies or places where these instincts are even more exaggerated. We really wanna look good. And we especially wanna look good in a hierarchy and the spontaneous way to try to chief. That goal is to kind of be quiet on less. I'm sure that what I have to say will be very well received especially by the higher ups, and these are like phrases, we we know in real life too. Like better to be safe than sorry. Right. Don't rock the boat. Don't rock the boat. You know, no one ever got fired for silence. Right. And you know, I think we tend to. To play not to lose. Right. We stay safe. I wanna look good. I wanna perform well learning is great. But it will not in front of people. I don't wanna have the part of learning that involves me to fail along the way. I wanna learn from when that other person it carry us learn, yeah. Yeah, they have to learn firsthand that this doesn't work and have everybody. See my failure. I'd rather not. Yeah. Let's talk about a disaster to where psychological safety has not been present. And it led to financial ruin it led to colossal business failures. So one of the best examples recently is Wells Fargo, which in two thousand fifteen was considered one of the world's most admired companies. It was the shining star of banking for anybody who doesn't know at this is a US Bank with a long history, right and very much kind of customer oriented, Bank, household oriented Bank. And their strategy, which I think was a good strategy was to really push on cross selling course once you've made a customer relationship. It's easier to leverage that relationship sell that that customer more products rather than you know, the extra cost of building new relationships made sense to really emphasize cross selling by the men if somebody has a savings and data count a car loan, and maybe get a home loan credit card. And in fact, they had a slogan going for great where it's GR eight read the idea was I should be able to sell you eight different financial services products. So nice idea and soon this idea runs up against the reality of customers limited wallets, but rather than the the executives getting the feedback from those, you know, boots on the ground. Instead the message just kept coming top down. You must do this. You know, people had the sense that they'd be fired if they didn't achieve the targets that they were set the managers were very tough and present. And so rich goal stretch goals. I love stretch goals. Right. I'm a big fan of struggles. But if you wanna have stretch goals, you better have open ears. So I think of the Wells Fargo story as a recipe for failure is stretch goals plus closed ears. So what ultimately happened was? Of course, the sales folks started crossing an ethical line. They started making up fake customers. They lied to customers saying if you buy this product, you also have to buy this product, right? I mean, they did dozen little things that were just inappropriate and wrong. And ultimately as is always the case this comes to light. So the beautiful success of Wells Fargo proves itself to be an allusion of success. Why do you see this as a? As an absence of psychological safety, rather than like, an incentives problem or or an ethics problems. There is an incentive story here. But in I could give you in your job a poor incentive. And you could give me feedback that you could tell me, you know, this actually doesn't work, and in fact, it's encouraging if you think about it, it's an courage in some behaviors you really don't want to encourage. And then I'd say, hey, that's really interesting. You're right. Let's let's tweak. Let's talk together about what would be the best incentive to optimize our performance. And and that's not what happened. So it's a psychological safety story. Because from what I learned people really did not feel it was safe to push back to say, this isn't working. It can't be done. So lovely strategy. But the strategy in execution is discovering some some new and important things about the. Reality of the market and in a in a well, run organization managers middle managers, senior managers executives would be quite interested in those data. And they would not automatically say these people just aren't trying hard enough. Let's push hard. Or what about an example of a company that has mastered psychological safety in the in the workplace and has gained that competitive advantage that that you referenced at the beginning the one industry that is a very challenging industry to succeed in and particularly to succeed in consistently is the movie industry. Most movie producers most movie houses will have an occasional hit. And then a few, you know bombs. So Pixar is a company that has had seventeen in a row. Major box office successes that evolve also been critically acclaimed. It's an unheard of success out. Size. It's outsized. Right. It's way it's way beyond the sort of just pretty good. And at cap mill co founder and longtime leader has gone out of his way and very deliberately to create and keep creating psychologically safe environment. Where candor is expected possible it critical feedback and they do this in two fundamental ways. You know, one is behavioral the other structural and the behavioral is that. That cat mill will often say things like, you know, he'll say, here's a mistake. I made right because leaders have to go first leaders have to show that they know that they're fallible human beings. He shows up with humility with curiosity with interest with fallibility, and then the other structural in a setting up meetings and sessions where they're designed in in thoughtful ways to make it easier for us to give each other candid feedback or to to really critique the movie and. And he'll say things like early on all of our movies are bad in their terrible. And he says that not because that's, you know, necessarily good news. But because he wants everyone to know that's just part of the journey. There's no way to get to magnificent unless we go through bad and inadequate and sappy and boring along the way, and we just keep pushing back, and we keep making it better in this film that I'm making his my baby. I don't want you to criticize my baby. But I have to kind of realize no, I do want you to because I'd much rather get it from you now, then get it in the box office later.
"edmonson" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Tuesday night, Edmonson inaction today, Chris for talking about it a little earlier, I know you and I talked about this a little bit. Four power play goals allowed to the Philadelphia Flyers who came back and won that game. And they're on a great role. But boy four power play goals allowed in one game. That's going to get somebody's attention. Yeah. That's not good. Can't Hitchcock is a stickler for details. The only kill not go to that one for the Philadelphia. Flyers kind of work on the way back into the equation in the Eastern Conference seven straight wins now for the flares underway here in the second period. Gusts? Fires a pass ahead intended for. He was at the wild blue line the past sailed over stick and all the way down icing is called here against the hawks. Now, thirteen seconds left on the power play. Face off comes down in the circle to deal left China. Admit make something happen right off the bat with face off. Try and have some kind of a set play. I think I was supposed to be a little redirect from caves over to cajole who is streaming down the right wing side. I thought he had a nose on the edge as far as the icing. Call there on the hawks control off the draw forcing with it carrying behind the hawk net with Guy Roux's out up the middle of the ice to center ice hands. It Kane over the Senate race circled all the wild line down. The right Puerto Rico three Gusta some turning away from traffic on the line deep slot cut caves along shot in the glove. Save made by stay lock stall is out of the penalty box in the wild have come to full strength. They lead the game. What nothing with nineteen thirty five left in the second. Blackhawks for to stay lock is a very active goaltender in the net as well. He loves to come out there. We see kind of fumble a player earlier this year. He loves to come out of the net. One of the more fun goaltenders. I think to watch the game. Just because I'll active is doesn't like to stick around his crease area jumping around whistle. Blows escaping all over the place St. elect started with the San Jose organization pick in two thousand five hundred twelfth and developed in the short short conversation now with the wild as we mentioned earlier, a native of Saint Paul Minnesota. Speaking of stay lock you shot the puck off in near glass wild zone debrincat. Got it send it over to the right circle. Stay walk past over the hawk line. This is sucker left circle. Corner grantland fired from their off the side of the hawk net. Out in front slapped out of there by Cahoon to a left wing boards to debrincat Strom at center ice left wing over the wild blue line, strong holding and Senator from the far circle from the bottom of the far circle tried to fire a difficult shot deflected wide of a while that he had stay locked down a position. He turns the puck over the hawk line. The grandma made by Delia it'll hold on what? Hey, soft will be in the circle to dealers left and fresh troops out there for each team. Now, I wanna get the look at it just kinda whiffed on it. You talked about how active he was he came out and played the puck and the puck went to just off the high partial portion of the glass if that was about a foot further towards the middle of the ice that would have been a game. Then stay locked club the pocket by the time that he got rid of the puck was in the face off circle has left draw one by the Hawk's key from the left wing boards. Hawk blue line. Spins it over on the right wing at center, ice, DeMarcus critter over the wildlife a corner fed it right point Seabrook that keep the plot with a long drive blocker save made by locked out of the left wing corner. Leaves it there for cruder winds up behind the wild head out to the right point to see Berkeley falls down. But chips it down toward the corner. Taken out of their low brass to the hawk blue line. He lost it. The seabrook. Jack pattern with a dump bench from center ice on the right wing kneeling down to stop. It was Delia. But he knocked it away to Rask and from the top of the left circle hawk zone fired another shot in on goal fest. Save is made. Here's the other way. Center ice and into the wild zone passes. The puck off the left wing corner board. Brad hunt close it out, the center ice fears fear crossing the hawk line long recite one sane by Delia yet to reach over his head the glove bat shoddy actually look behind him to see if he didn't get all of it. But he has it in the glove. Faceoff will be in the circle is right Thursday..
"edmonson" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
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And there's d two ducks franchise cO. Gotcha. Yes. I would one hundred percent have to go with miracle. I mean, it's real history. Happy gilmore's isn't real. That's why Bob Barker had to leave the practice. That is exactly why. Bob Barker had to leave did meet the Hanson brothers. When I was a youngster have a hockey stick from the Hanson brothers. Did they hand it to you in person? It's autographed from my grandma. It's pretty awesome. That's nice. Yeah. All right to your grandmother person. Probably I don't I wasn't there. Last one for you guys. We will have no shave Weber's day. No chara or Alex Ovechkin and the hardest shot competition this year, which means we will have a new champion. Some of the all stars that I think might be in the competition because they haven't released who's doing what yet. You might have Steven stamkos Keith Yandell Claude giroux John Carlson. Nathan MacKinnon Roman Yosi, Seth Jones burns or drew doughty. Who do you think will win? The harsh competition thick I gotta give it to drew doughty Burns's up there. But he's his isn't hard. His is just accurate. Seth Jones is another interesting one as well. So my two would be doughty. And if it's not dowdy, it's Jones. Doughty is a pretty good choice. I think my second place is going to be a surprise. Nathan mackinnon. It's a pretty good one. I think he's going to do the fastest skater though. Mcdavid not doing that. No. But they pick one from each division. Yeah. But I don't think at this point. Mckinnon is going to volunteer to do an event he knows is not gonna win. I don't think anybody wants volunteer for a winner. You thought he was to win at this point. It seems like they normally make the first and second year all stars. Just do the least fun. Well, hopefully right to that. Blow a tire. Of course. I'd take you know, another surprise on that could come into it as Claude. You're ru dude has a canon. If he if he tees it would like for him to win because he is. So under rated under talked about, maybe not underrate the all time record one eight point eight by Charles last year. Ovechkin was one a one point three. Do you guys? Have a prediction as to what the winner will shoot dowdy one. Oh, four point six. Well, I'm saying it's going to be one hundred. Point seven, okay. Keep them down there for you. Mike, mike. Thanks, buddy. Always loved Mike is prices right rules. You can't go over. We'd know we'd never determined that. We never determined that. Okay. TSN? Boy, we're having a lot of TSN conversations here. But this one's interesting. Darren Dregger of TSN said today that from what he understands the blues are going to be buyers not sellers agree with it will break it down next on Chile's, weaken hockey..
"edmonson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"In nineteen fifty four. Mock Edmonson had been keen on sports since he was a boy. But tennis was not why he's dreams originally. Well, actually Olympic swimmer. I, but my parents played tennis when all seven are used to go on a Saturday afternoon. When parents went to tennis dressed in tennis clothes with a record. And I'll just be standing round hoping someone was sequel anything got hit by a bus on the way. So I could get a guy. So how did you actually get started as a professional tennis player? So a lot of us went overseas. And we traveled around basically played in England up until Wimbledon Tom, and then we all drift over to the continent. Wherever someone would accept the alliterative, please let us come apply in your tournament. And it wasn't long before. Mark started to qualify for some of the world's top tournaments as a jobbing professional just trying to make ends meet. It was tennis. At least glamorous, you know, those first three years we lived in the back of. Vein and slipped on the floor. Not Pavane just a vein. Enlist the tournament gave us accommodation. So we will basically backpackers with records. In fact, small cod won't infamous spell just before the Australian Open when you worked briefly as a hospital cleaner. It was something. The headline writers never forgot our word for about a week. And that's where they said a janitor wins. Australian Open taught things and Tennis Australia in those days. I used to supply a few top pliers from ranked in Astrid tool, original and state tournaments. And I didn't seem to be able to have anybody to wanted to go to Tasmania. So they rang me and said would I locked together, you fear and accommodation? Oh, yes, please. After that. I went and tells mania Malka Edmonson won a few more regional tournaments in Australia. The twenty one year old celsius gang was taking off for going into the open. He was still only ranked two hundred twelve in the world runner-up in the Queensland open and won the coins land, open doubles New, South Wales. Open. And was playing really hot stuff. Best tennis played in my life. But most of the people didn't really know who I was.
"edmonson" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Portraying Gelo fans on the first bath second one gets it ahead. O'reilly chips. It teammates were not side played around by Detroit Abdulqadir through the neutral zone to the right side with the speedy Dylan Larkin leading the Red Wings in point. He's got twenty one. Shoots it as it comes to the near corner. Recovered by Abdulkadir, practical Arquette in the far corner. Wings in a blue zone of the blue line shot down. They hit the post the referee signalled is if it did. And now it's into the near corner. Here's tarasenko. Defending with portray Angelo Edmonson coming over to help out Tarasenko gets to it in Parker keen free and apart from Sanford steered to the neutral zone, but tarantula shoots it wider the net from center or Riley, laid it into the corner looking for Thomas. It's deflected away by the Red Wings defense and grabbed now by Trevor daily really one road back to back up Vicksburg now with Detroit they get it up to mantha to Athens. See you trickle this shot towards goal, and Allen's going to cover it up and get the whistle. Fourteen. Seventeen to go in the first it's zero zero hockey game. Pretty good pace this game. So far a couple of chances back and forth. Robbie fabry's line. Had a great start to the game. Couple of great opportunities there. And those opportunities came from Robert Thomas going to the net. Alex trans was on his toes as well early this period. Couple chances jumping up in the rush you see his speeds in the neutral zone and Jake Al haven't come up with a couple of big saves excited hockey so far fourteen seventeen. Grow the draw. The stick side of Jackie holds the stick in the right hand, the blockers on the left. Go miester. Trying to clear can't Nielsen kept it in and now schmaltz allies, the market goes all the way down. There's the whistle. When you have a cracker broken.
"edmonson" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"With a quick shot. Martinez. Walked it and the puck deflects out of play Tarasenko is gonna turn bark at the referee and the referees. Gonna just jab back. Yeah. It looks like he took it from behind their from Brown. Not a very forceful hip it through terroristic off balance a little bit. And you're right. Look like his face of jammed into that blue dasher comes up prior to mid section if you're standing up, and as he bent over and already missing a couple teeth in that front row there for Tarasenko that we've been a couple more. But no calling the play. It's a bad place to take it yet is no mouthguard for the young guy too. Here's Tarasenko going into the corner with on the puck councils over the stick of fabric, just a little difference. Like that is going to give you a chance to clear kings behind their net. Come around to the near side Martinez up along the wing good. Stick by Perico held it in Fabry gets it back for the blues. Cuts it to the near corner, parole, Riley Riley, still a Tarasenko gets the past Edmonson Edmonson with a shot blocked. And then it goes down in front Perico is going to hold the zone, and we're gonna whistle down off a high stick. But I thought it was a stick of the kings player. Now, I think it was it was cold break. Oh, get the point. There and ashamed to because the good sequence for the blues. O'reilly beats on an ice and goes to work a little bit later is working hard. It makes a great little plays in the right corner. Everything's jammed up. All the traffic's on the right side picks his head up and slings it across the ice of the week. Si- defenseman Edmonson Evanston looking for a lane and the kings. Do are doing a really good job than I take those away. We saw block.
"edmonson" Discussed on KTOK
"Okay. The workdays over. Now. Let's shall today's events. This is the drive with Leigh Matthews. Hey, good afternoon on a day that started out cold and wet and has actually turned into not too bad today. We're going to have more cold wet weather, heading our way, and we'll get into that coming up on NewsRadio one thousand Katie. Okay. I am Lee Matthews. Eight four zero one thousand star one thousand join in the conversation yesterday. I featured my interview withdrew Edmonson democrat candidate for governor. And that spawned a bit of a Detaille up on social media. So we'll get to that. And what you think of drew and what you think of the race. So far, they are suing and I'm glad and I hope they win all of those employees that were whacked by the health department reason after we did it audit we found, oh, they didn't need the money after all, but they were going to the legend. Slate. Joe Pluess, we're about to run out of money, please, please. Please. Please. Now their defense. Gary Jones, the state auditor at the time told me on this program when he finished his audit. He found no wrongdoing. I'm still of the mind that there was somebody somewhere in that department. That said, you know, if we go to the legislature and tell them we're missing all this money, even lay off a few people because we're missing all they'll give us even more money. Yeah. That's it. That's the ticket. We gotta make sure that they think we're in a crisis situation. Yeah. That's how they do it nationally. Oh. Something just tells me that that's that went down. Now. That's just my opinion. That's me. Speculating maybe even wildly speculating. But I'm glad somebody is going back and saying wait a minute. Somebody has to hold you accountable. We'll get into it together on NewsRadio one thousand T. Okay. Even the Cherokee nation is sounding off on Elizabeth Warren. This story broke yesterday you and I didn't get a chance to get into it then, but we will today. And here we go again, another group of emigrants from Central America pouring across the border now more than ever do. We not need a wall. If not a physical wall, a political wall. Do we not in at least political form needs to tell the world? You can't just come into this nation because you're unhappy at home. You gotta follow processes. Let's chat about it. You and I eight four zero one thousand star one thousand eight four oh one thousand star one thousand Leigh Matthews A K T O K dot com, and I'm up on social media, as you know, and love to chat with people. There this half hour of the Leigh Matthews program is brought to you by hill and company a train comfort specialist. It's hard atop a hill on NewsRadio one thousand KT, okay? And.
"edmonson" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"The stick right through the number six on the back of Edmonson bumps into the wall. But the blues clear the zone, right? Back to coups Netsov snapped off to the defense and and coming to the near wing Barbara over the. Line all Riley goes down low though veggie and Ovechkin gets the runs into Edmonson. Tarasenko has it through the legs of Ovechkin Edmonson, and he'll return it the terrorists Saco up the right wing entering the zone. Onside Tarasenko downloaded the middle. Maroon shot blocked rebound. Riley ended his gates of Tarasenko and maroon gets to it in behind the net. He's held up there along with Madison Bowie Bowie scored in the first period men to this period to make it three nothing Washington. We've got the same score. Loose sweep it in out of the reach of terrorists Saco. Bowie goes to get it. Seven fifteen to go in the third period. Steed and Bosak on the ice with David perran. Capitals holding the puck behind their net. Long out with pastor the neutral zone goes off O'Brien to the Saint Louis line. Stick a done denied him. Here's Steen at center jazz missing Bosak recovers forced it to the slot. So you can throw it throws a shot and then steam ends up checking him so he can throw throws a stick back into Alexander Steen at the line. Don holds it in moves it right along the line. Get some help from portraying Gelo and finally O'Brien we'll poke it out you'll dump it down in Brian had a heck of a fight with Pat maroon earlier in the hockey game. He can Chuck he can't he's a heavy heavy right handed guy was great matchup for Pat. Maroon. Here's Peron was six and a half remaining in the third at the red line ill wheel it in. On the wing Thomas. Not Barbara chef Redmond cynical. I grew to portray Angelo shot on nobody in front of the net and easily steered by Copley to the corner O'Brien will run into Barbara's Chevy clear the zone back. They get it's gonna be Joel Edmonson six four to go in the third. Here's betrayal. Barbara chef now to center they get a three onto Thomasson Cairo. Here's shooting rebounding. Copley got back to deny that one. Wade into the slot found by Eller in clear down great play by barbershop. They're taking it wide, and you know, Thomas coming through the defensive zone and just gathering speed. And the great sequences fourth line is young line. Here's Bom Easter point haven't felt his knee much ever. Perico on the new year wing. Just rolls it to the net steered by Copley blade. Got it in the corner. Not a short said to settle it down like a soccer player with a shin. Settle and it's shorts in behind the net. Skating space to the blue light Perico one timer blocker save Copley over the net and auto play three hundred Washington five twelve the play. We're in the third back in a moment radio network powered by spectrum and this Saint Louis, blues hockey, boardwalk, hardwood floors is celebrating.
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China says can't rule out new African swine fever outbreaks
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"edmonson" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"It is of course, Adrian Edmonson as Everson PV it's general hooks play by Donald Gleason, don't Huq's. He question Dona Gleason the first actress. Star was history to have a name that's more difficult to spell in the character he plays. We don't know Huq's. His first name is, do we general. He's actually an opera, but general. Lieutenant Frank driven. I watched the the excellent feature length documentary on the last Jedi. I recently have you seen director and the Djeddai? Not one that one? Yeah, it. But at one point, Ron Johnson is sitting down just before the began and ease looking at Twitter and he comments how many tweets he's getting from people saying, do not kill Huq's. We will be destroyed if you kill hawks. So he is popular with the fandom. There are hawks heads out there, which would explain why he made this over slashes chrome. Houck's Huq's is fine what he was going to get killed off in jet. But evidently, evidently, yeah, fan power has saved Houck's. He's almost certainly get killed in episode nine. He has designs on the throne. Kyla Kylo will not tolerate will lead to Vader and fro a Kylo Ren into some kind of Pitt. He's not strong enough to lift anything. His first name is Armitage. No, there's no way he comes out. All right. So armee tux is easier to spell than doing Gleason spell, Donald Gleason. DOM NHA to blow. That incorrect the h. n. a. l. correct. I'm rubbing my hands weekly. That's. Number forty. Six CAD bane had buying love cat bay. Pain is actually, he is in fact a CAD. He's a bounty hunter for the planet Douro and he turned up in the clone wars. Animated series is kind of ongoing antagonised. That's true. That's what he sounds like. You. He is best pins reckoning. Cowboy. He's. I mean, what's not enough they because he's a cat. Lovely. Yeah, never heard of them. Don't care. Number forty, five count. Do clown. Duku Sedukh count the progenitor of the greatest one feature in empire. History counts Dupuis Sudoku which ran for one issue and people were not happy approved. Improve your Duku Lucasfilm approved or anyone approved apart from approved and that didn't go down well, and so that got killed very quickly. Koos fest, name count count. Okay. No one of course was his Darth named Bryan. Bryan Randy's though to Rambus Brian Duku. Count Duke account of Sorrento. Just by reading. Just his name is just surrender. Sorrento because he's from Sorrento. So this will not be decided by pal- false kills with a lightsaber. One of the best things about the prequel trilogy. I would say that's wrong. He, he, he flied to remember attack cleanse where he. Allies bike and there's a bit of music for was the voice, the wicked witches, music plays. Imagine that the curved lines abra handle. Yeah, count Duku maybe it's just do crew like prince or Madonna Cher forty, four Kassian and-or. Yeah, the guy the Tony Gilroy made even more nasty. Allegedly allegedly won that Tony. Allegedly allegedly inserted teens to make him more of a bad ass. He shoots fill in the back. What's his name? Now it's. Dunks drink. Yeah, this is a character. The hasn't really impacted on meters. I think there's a lot of good characters in rogue one. I had a flick through the list or their own and not only ones made it so well that everybody favor. Favor the blind fellow. That's always an list. That's fine. We're good. We're back in the game. All right. Number forty, four, Kassian and door. I wonder if that name was coined because and or right so and slash or you're never quite sure about his allegiances. Yeah, he's either or north good z.. Level of analysis. You're gonna get forty, three Sabine Renna love Sabine. Don't you? Great. Who is being Ren Sabine is a mandatory another one from the from the crew of of stalls rebel ship. So she hangs out with Ezra and Hera so many coming from the cartoons. They're very good west Star Trek is out actually trek. Shield up..
Johns Hopkins says "zero risk" after accidental release of tuberculosis
"Wcbs news time six oh three rob white bird in the six eighty wcbs maryland newscenter a sevenyearold girl found shot in the back seat of a car in south west baltimore police say the girl is a shock trauma fighting for her life she was found unresponsive in the car on the corner of edmonson avenue and north loudon avenue no word on a suspect or how the shooting occurred to cancer research buildings johns hopkins hospital evacuated today because of possible to burke yellow says contamination but the evacuation order has been lifted hospital officials say the baltimore fire department investigated the possible release of a small amount of tuberculosis authorities now saying there was no risk of infection to anyone newsrooms across the country pause today to observe a moment of silence for five employees at the capital gazette were killed a week ago orioles at the twins tonight eight ten eighty nine.
"edmonson" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Blues line down the right wing spins the puck down the boards behind the net the break it had a stick nudge from behind by the excuse me the defenseman edmonson puck taken at the left point by gusta sinise spins it down behind the blues net edmonson moves it out at the far side and rueda could not hold the puck in at the right point does bleeds out the center ice deal insecure back at the hawk blue line with the puck secure on the left wing side loops it off the glove of portraying gelo down ice and behind the blues now hawkesbury making a line change but tranquillo back to get the puck to pass up the right wing brayden schenn at center ice scored his career high twenty seventh goal the other night you put it out in front porch shoots and scores that was a pass from behind the hawk net off of brayden schenn stick to jason shorts who was wide open between the circles and he ripped it pass baru bay was seven twenty left in the third the blues lead three one now this brew as fault doesn't make a very good pass to duncan keith in the corner got options on one side of the net or the others teeth on one seabrook on the other so nobody's covering the front of the net area but you don't expect to turn the puck over there and just doesn't make a good pass to duncan keith over there and doesn't get there in time brayden schenn hard on the four check scoops it up goes out in front of the net ruby is still trying to regroup before that puck is in the back of the net so the blues with just under eight minutes to go here a two goal cushion three to one we're leading three one going into the two to one hey we're leading three one the score going into the third period the other night we'll see how the hawks respond hillman fires from a left pike chess save made by hutton stroz following up on the rebound shot wide sicker from the right point fires blocked in front zone loose puck ends up on.
"edmonson" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Here's the trans load edmonson timers save me verb eight i the goal steam spins primos early brewed abroad ceac bribes he acted a blue line headman similar the wrist shot the patrick burgling lose one forty three to go period number one the team did redirection shots at the morning skate this morning patrick burglar and had to be about nineteen twenty in the g pounding shots from the point there redirection a simple shot through to the net and he redirects one born to the net ruby then wonder actually do is right it comes back to his left who's on the board i one nothing late period goal by patrick berger given him his fifteenth of the year fifteen goals in fifty six games once again eddie played a full season he'd find his way to that nineteen twenty goal plateau or he's been his whole career said old adage they find ways to get to their numbers all these sports lose with a one nothing lead bring it in shan trying to cut in on the defense could use interfered with that might have been a holding penalty at the end of the last game the manson was doing the game in behind the net helmet gets to the puck older than ears side puck deflected away this one's cleared after the lion chipped in and blues appetite one oh five to go in the first period out to the neutral zone it comes portraying load to the bar weighing that's deflected from lorber down into the corner to find a middle to play shit using that speed to get in on it who so cynical but it's checked away here comes smaltz in schmaltz middle schmaltz curls at the line and the sports sportscenter way but tranquillo stayed with them what a play by alex potential what sound defense all the bar sites seabrook now with thirty two to go to gustafsen finding nick schmaltz now to gusta sent off of shark dan onside they roll to the corner portray angelo there.
"edmonson" Discussed on WWL
"I guess katie you will be better if you could maybe walker's through what exactly happened and how we get from there to here court so on back in february after year on we and our partnership into aren't advocate preparatory about four leave near quit here putting a guy trip on their way to a confrontation quoted the egg and pelvic took that turkey would it three that with a long way to get the fatty acre that that they could go to pray for fight that hoover dam and the grand canyon unlock elder and so they were using the public dime to fund that trip this is essentially a taxpayerfunded bake he should um for the three troopers and one of their wives and so that really set off a just a firestorm of questions about the culture at louisiana state police about how they were using taxpayer money about any control but they may have over travel and just overall about how the state police had been managed um once this question started being asked to work they started looking into things we've now learned because of an internal affairs investigation did to state police that you know there's an allegation that like edmonson may have deleted text messages related to that by trip um and then intern ended up you know deciding that and announcing that he was going to retire on in the heat of all of these investigations so then the governor at the time that mike edmonson said that he was going to retire announced that he wanted a full audit of state police travel and that they he wanted the legislative auditor at the time he said that the vision of administration but then they sort of punted to the legislative auditor saying blood plate of auditor has the resources to do it more than we do today any auditor goes in there and finds all of these allegation ah about mike edmonson himself and about his use of taxpayer money and his acceptance of a lot of freebies in order to live a lifestyle that you may not have been able to afford to sell we were tremendously blues you know i can't remember off the top of my head but it's over a hundred thousand dollars only one hundred twenty hoo yeah it's it's alive and um you know he was also apparently living on the stately compound for free getting you know.
"edmonson" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Get the new quarterback you needed which you further damage the situation and your relationship with your current quarterback one of the most cleveland things ever i mean sure this possibility that an all this fingerpointing the bango as are the ones to blame and now the brands were spending it that way it's not us it's them it's their fault we didn't do this they did i mean i guess i guess is possible but when that mean there were giving the browns the benefit of the doubt and have you ever seen anything they'll make it seemed like day deserve the benefit of the doubt and of course the biggest losers of all while sucking the browns are browns fans rows fan i feel you'll for you i really do i mean i mean add this to the list of terrible things nine browns fans all of cleveland see town i will not add this to the list of terrible things the you have had to endure that have happened to you we don't need to recap that list you already know that list by heart you deserve better than this town unfortunately you're not going to get better than this anytime soon the browns are truly an embarrassment to themselves to you and to the entire league you deserve a hell of a lot better maybe they'll move again this is for a year ago this email before i could even finish that rat reads dear rome sank but leaping god side aj mccarron just in in edmonson worker shot coming in relieved darvish after one batter happening trust me he will get out of the first inning this time and the second you know he'll be different guy back home and we know the astros bats are different bats on the road they're just not the same team offensively or they have been the same team offensively out of that juice box it's so true admitted made if you get the ball on the air there is a coin flips chance is going to end up in the seats any ball begets elevated you think that's gone that's gone now dodger stadium rome why do you have.
"edmonson" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"Get the new quarterback you needed which you further damage the situation and your relationship with your current quarterback one of the most cleveland things ever i mean sure this possibility that an all this fingerpointing the bengal as are the ones to blame and now the brands were spending at that way it's not us it's them it's their fault we didn't do this they did i mean i guess i guess is possible but when that mean there were giving the browns the benefit of the doubt and have you ever seen anything they'll make it seem like day deserve the benefit of the doubt and of course the biggest losers of all aside from the browns are browns fans round spanish fuel for you i really do i mean i'm aiming to add this to the list of terrible things nine browns fans all of cleveland see town i will not add this to the list of terrible things the you have had to endure that have happened to you we don't need to recap that list you already know that list by heart you deserve better than this town unfortunately you're not going to get better than this anytime soon the browns are truly an embarrassment to themselves to you and to the entire league you deserve a hell of a lot better maybe they'll move again this is for a year ago this email before i could even finish that rat reads dear rome sank the leaping god side aj mccarron justin in in edmonson worker shock coming in relieved darvish after one batter that's not happening trust me he will get out of the first inning this time and the second no why he'll be different guy back home and we know the astros bats are different paths on the road they're just not the same team offensively or they have been the same team offensively out of that juice box it's so true admitted made if you get the ball on the air there is a coin flips chance is going to end up in the seats any ball begets gets elevated you think that's gone that's gone now dodger stadium rome why do you have to say that now jeff in s a has stop painting the nursery and putting together the career to try.
"edmonson" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Defense edmonson scored again last night are no it was guard is let scored against last night edmonton scored against the columbus blue jackets this defense leads all defense of course in the nhl in goals scored alex potential still leading defensemen in points in it and i was thinking about this last night at the game how much does this system you hear the phrase the teams system how much does the system changed the production of individual players because i it seems like that the blues defence has undergone in uttar transformation even though the core is still the same you've got the core players alex padilla angelo colton perico carlo ganor said robert 40 you've got the core players in fact your minus one of your top players outwith the law said now jay bouwmeester for a while and yet this defense looks like completely rejuvenated and you you've got gotta think how much does a coach and the system that they implement coke's top performances out of each individual player think of coaches like joel coen vel think of mike babcock and i almost when a and mike yellow to mike sullivan of the pittsburgh penguins mike sullivan last year his model was just play that's what he told the players when there is a lot of talk going on in the playoffs especially in the stanley cup finals at the nashville predators in the pittsburgh penguins in your p k sue bonn you know mouthing off at the media and mike solve until his players just play just play and you almost you you see that work ethic bean preached by mike yo to this team and again work ethic versus the system it's all tied in and i don't know that you can really par sit separately but it's interesting some things going on and somehow whatever system is going on in a locker room right now is coaxing a bust performances out of each individual playing well and as you talk about that core for the st louis blues could it be that this blues team already potentially has two trophy winners at the end of the season will.
"edmonson" Discussed on WGN Radio
"The hotline on the right wing kicks it to a stick clears it would lose wind edmonson took a care for the blues slunk of pocket had the steam meal feed it down in behind the haug net profit move over to siebert can you made a pass up the wing side that missed is intended target and of wide all the way down for icing against laws that right simple play behind the net again there's not a lot of pressure donkey throws it over to see burke's look at a connecticut patrick gainers on the wrong side at patrick came close does all the way down the i said execution is terrible the of facing off against rods wednesday quaintly rep point got our friend puts it right point put trans little wires a wrist shot that almost fits the bulk and their head and for a lot yet pluck british a'soft iguaza near swells the other way over the way why leveling drop past the key fires why are net pelley coming up here debris hartmann in the far corner spends the puck behind the blues net has gone hirszon touches the whistle blows and it patrick sharp dresser high stick herlitz lynn call bowling will be the call and magnus priority going off for the black arch there may be a ray of hope here after another successful hold secondleg blackouts pal they kill they do get an opportunity here in a 60 that dole down by three you that nothing going so far in the first two go petroleum powerplays you've gotta get something going here is poor hearing your rate back into this hockey game but he got a game supplementary energy no they all do it that way as for transvaal of it takes the puck off the faceoff behind the blues spins it around the right lane glass and down 145 on a hawk power play kikuko hotline passing did a break it lose wind right wing real snapped the puck down the boards behind the net into the near corner taves flattering petrinja low made and give up the pact with input rental took it back here's put franjo appearing on the right wing to center ice dropped it right onto the stick unlocks don't be the cast to the wind is over the strict assad and down deep to the corner and spun around by far to go picked off by panic along the.