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Real Challenges and People Share Their Collaborations By David B. Savage

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Real Challenges and People Share Their Collaborations By David B. Savage

2017 Break Through To Yes with Collaboration, David B. Savage Show Episodes;
www.davidbsavage.com
https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2492/break-through-to-yes-with-collaboration
# First Broadcast Theme Featured Guests
1 January 26th Collaboration and Leadership Bob Acton & David Mitchell
2 February 2nd Collaboration and Sports Tristen Chernove & Martin Parnell
3 February 9th Collaboration and Organizational Culture Mike Thompson &
Stephen Hobbs
4 February 16th Collaboration, Company Dispute Resolution, and Mindfulness Julie Murray
5 February 23rd Collaboration and Critical Thinking in This Age of Lies Doreen Liberto & Chuck Rose
6 March 2nd Collaboration, Europe, and Rotary International Elisabeth Delaygue Bevan & Florian Wackermann
7 March 9th Collaboration and Human Sexual Trafficking Cliff Wiebe & Lance Kadatz
8 March 16th Collaboration, Human Resources and Global Networks   Amy Schabacker Dufrane & Japman Bajaj
9 March 23rd Collaboration, Secret Marathons and Going the Extra Mile Martin Parnell, Kate McKenzie, & Shawn Anderson
10 March 30th Collaboration, Leadership and Disruptive Technologies Alice Reimer & Jim Gibson
11 April 6th Collaboration, Negotiation, and Mediation Jeff Cohen
12 April 13th Collaborative Global Initiative Tool Kit;  a panel on solutions to current challenges Doreen Liberto, Kathy Porter & Jeff Cohen
13 April 20th Global Audience Live Call In  
discussions on collaboration, negotiation, dispute resolution, and systems design. You are the guest

Be a Goddess: 7 Characters that Make Us By CATHERINE CALARCO

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Be a Goddess: 7 Characters that Make Us By CATHERINE CALARCO

Catherine and Nadine discuss wisdom of the ages and how to master authentic leaderhsip in todays technology enabled world. We will discuss the main teachings Nadine has garnered along her journeys. She will be sharing simple tools to better decipher our complex selves and what it entails to live an authentic life.

Among others – she will share a simple blueprint to answer the question “how can I lead a meaningful Life?”; she will tell us about a creative way to look at the different characters that live in us all (our inner “RoundTable”); she will remind us of ancient Greek myths and how relevant they are to understand who we are, here and now; she will decipher current political events through the lens of ‘ancient schools of wisdom’ and timeless psychological processes taking place in all of us, no matter which culture or era in history we belong to.

Together, we review how to integrate the wisdom of the ages into the use of technology for career, family and community.  The tools and technology to empower the 7 characters and be the full goddess that we are in today’s world.

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Loss and grief

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Loss and grief

The host of Good Grief, Cheryl Jones, recently wrote an article for Open to Hope, a renowned outlet for writings related to loss and grief. With all the losses we are all experiencing across the globe, she had to express what has happened for her as she has attempted to absorb the weight of the violence. Taking a hopeful view of the human condition, Cheryl’s focus is to emphasize the importance of acknowledging and experiencing our grief, making room for the new while carrying with us all the loves and losses we’ve experienced.

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Hira Hosen: Awakening the Illuminated Heart By Rebekah and Boyd Campbell

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When we remember how to live from the Sacred Spaces of our Heart, we can activate our living light body- the Merkaba. It is Hira’s gift to share with you this spiritual technology, which will allow you to own in every moment, and from within your own Heart, the tools to connect to the light and love of all creation. As a certified teacher of the School of Remembering, Hira shares ancient knowledge and techniques that were hidden from our world for a very long time. Join us as Hira shares with us the adventure of a lifetime. Let’s ride the waves of ascension together into a new reality of Unity Consciousness. Listen Live Monday, August 8 at 9am Pacific Time 12pm Eastern Time on the VoiceAmerica 7th Wave Channel. Tuesday following the show you can stream or download this episode.
Hira Hosen:
Like many other ascension-workers in our current timeline, Hira is here to catalyze the great shift of global Ascension on Earth. She is a certified teacher of the School of Remembering©, founded by Drunvalo Melchizedek in 2011.
Her heart is filled with the deepest joy, bliss and gratitude to share this transformational knowledge and experience with the world. It is her gift to share with you this spiritual technology, allowing you to own in every moment, from within your own Heart, the tools to connect to the light and love of all creation.
Hira is a zen buddhist nun, living, practicing and teaching spirituality through daily meditation. She currently resides and co-operates a Zen Temple located in the mountains of the South of France with her loving husband, zen master KoSho, together raising their young daughter.
She has a Master of Science degree in Industrial Engineering & Management Science.

Meet Brett and Martijn: Experts and Heretics of The Global Financial Divide

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Meet Brett and Martijn: Experts and Heretics of The Global Financial Divide

With the launch of Building Banking on Values, a new VoiceAmerica radio series I’m hosting that goes behind the scenes to tell the stories of the people, passion and positivity within the values-based banking and financing sector; I thought to introduce you to some of our guests. Listen to the show episodes right here!

Meet Brett Scott: Alternative Finance Explorer, Author and Campaigner

Brett gets involved in financial campaigning & alternative finance, blending experience in environmental & social movements, start-up business development, derivatives, blues music and economic anthropology. He’s done work on hedge funds, commodity markets, economic aspects of climate change, and socially responsible banking.

Brett wrote The Heretic’s Guide to Global Finance (published by Pluto Press). It’s endorsed by Bill McKibben of 350.org, Ha-Joon Chang of Cambridge University & Tony Greenham of the New Economics Foundation. He’s written for The Guardian, Wired Magazine, New Scientist, The Ecologist, The New Internationalist, openDemocracy and This Is Africa (Financial Times). Brett has also appeared on BBC, radio, Arte TV and various other places.

Brett is a Fellow at the WWF/ICAEW Finance Innovation Lab, an initiative drawing alternative finance peeps together. He is always keen to meet people pioneering new economic experiments. He was also a member of the start-up team for an intrepid new financial brokerage specialising in illiquid derivatives and securitised products, developing the business in the midst of the financial crisis. Brett spearheaded the creation of a property derivatives brokerage desk, as well as being involved in a variety of special projects and sales efforts with other exotic derivatives (e.g. inflation, longevity).

Back in the day Brett was also an academic. He was the 2006/2007 Magdalene Mandela Scholar at Cambridge University, working on issues related to economic crime, environmental sustainability geopolitics, and economic philosophy in international development. Brett was an analyst at a socio-economic policy institute working on the impact of globalisation on healthcare systems. He has a couple academic papers out, related to international development.

 

Meet Martijn Lampert: Research Director of Motivaction (The Netherlands) and Expert On The Social Rich and The Values-based Economic Divide

Martijn Lampert leads the Glocalities values and trends research program covering 24 countries and 75% of the world economy, based on interviews with more than 100,000 respondents. Lampert develops and shares breakthrough knowledge of global change, brands, generations, leadership and sustainability. In the Motivaction management team he is responsible for innovation, internationalization and trend research.

Martijn is a cross-cultural expert, a leadership and marketing adviser. He enables organisations to use social intelligence and achieve their goals in an ever changing sociocultural context.

Lampert founded the Mentality research program in values and lifestyles in the Netherlands. On June 6, 2012 Martijn Lampert was elected Agency Researcher of the Year (Bureauonderzoeker van het Jaar) at the Dutch MOAwards by a jury of experts.

Specialties: Lampert provides strategic advice and presentations to international clients in the commercial, NGO and public sectors and collaborates with universities. He frequently lectures about sociocultural trends and has published two books on generational change. Martijn guides and coaches researchers and helps them bring their results and conclusions in the spotlight.Learn more.

 

Don’t forget to tune into Building Banking on Values. My VoiceAmerica radio show airs on Thursdays 15:00 PDT on the Business channel. Learn more.

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Meet Blake and Diego: Driving Systemic Change Through Responsible Finance and ‘Common Good’ Economics by Linda Ryan

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Meet Blake and Diego: Driving Systemic Change Through Responsible Finance and ‘Common Good’ Economics by Linda Ryan

With the launch of Building Banking on Values, a new VoiceAmerica radio series I’m hosting that goes behind the scenes to tell the stories of the people, passion and positivity within the values-based banking and financing sector; I thought to introduce you to some of our guests. Listen to the show episodes right here!

Meet Blake Goud: Chief Executive Officer, RFI Foundation, A Think Tank for Responsible Finance (Global)

Blake Goud is the CEO of the RFI Foundation, a non-profit working to identify a neutral, non-partisan and universal value proposition that encourages convergence of responsible finance practices. By highlighting the shared standards around principles that govern the sector, Islamic finance will contribute to a more diverse and representative thinking around the growth, trajectory and development of responsible finance.

Blake was Chief Research Officer for ME Global Advisors where his focus was on MENA financial sector development and the growth of the Islamic economy. He was responsible for leading ME Global Advisors’ research efforts as well as advising on the content of the events connected to this research. His primary areas of interest are global Islamic banking, capital markets, and opportunities to increase financial inclusion in Islamic finance through crowdfunding and microfinance.

Blake has nearly a decade of experience researching Islamic finance and working in the financial sector in a compliance and investment officer role for a small US-based investment advisor and broker-dealer. Prior to joining Middle East Global Advisors and RFI Foundation, he was the Community Leader for the Thomson Reuters Islamic Finance Gateway. At Thomson Reuters, he conducted research and analysis on Islamic finance and the Islamic economy, crafted discussion points and drafted white papers for large-scale events and one-on-one sessions with leaders of the Islamic finance industry including IILM roundtables in London, UK and Washington, DC and was a principal author of the GIES 2013 Review following the Global Islamic Economy Summit organised in collaboration with the Dubai Chamber of Commerce & Industry and the Dubai Islamic Economy Development Centre.

His published research includes papers on Islamic microfinance, renewable energy microfinance and public finance using an Islamic alternative for tax increment finance. He received his B.A. in Economics from Reed College in 2003. Learn more.

 

Meet Diego Isabel La Moneda: Founder and Director of the Global Hub for the Common Good – Driving Systemic Change

Diego defines himself as a social entrepreneur and a change-maker. He is specialised in new economics, social and political innovation, participatory democracy, sustainable development and business management and he has extensive experience working both with private companies, public institutions and governments.

He is Founder and Director of the Global Hub for the Common Good  an open and participatory think-do tank that brings together people and organisations who are working to co-create a new economy that is more sustainable, people-oriented and aimed at the common good. They advise both private and public organisations and the Global Hub is also the promoter of the first Global Forum “New Economy and Social Innovation” – NESI – that will take place in Málaga (Spain), 19-22 April 2017. NESI will be a meeting place for international networks, businesses, NGOs, local governments, universities, activists and people who are co-creating a new economy and catalysing systemic change.

He is also one of the international promoters of the Economy for the Common Good, a social movement founded by Christian Felber that works towards an economic system, which places the Common Good at the center of all economic activity

Diego is author of the book Yo Soy Tú: Propuesta para una Nueva Sociedad (Octaedro, 2013), co-author of Dentro de 15 años (Lid, 2014) as well as an international speaker. He studied Environmental and Forest Engineering and has an MSc in Global Governance and Ethics from the University College of London.

Watch the video. Community Talk: Economy for the Common Good

 

 

Don’t forget to tune into Building Banking on Values. My VoiceAmerica radio show airs on Thursdays 15:00 PDT on the Business channel. Learn more.

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Meet Laurie and Jim: Investment Moguls Bridging the Gaps Between Ethical Investment, Growth Capital and An Equitable Global Economy by Linda Ryan

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Meet Laurie and Jim: Investment Moguls Bridging the Gaps Between Ethical Investment, Growth Capital and An Equitable Global Economy by Linda Ryan

Meet Damien and Charles: A Corporate Philosopher and Banking Practitioner Who Believe Money Can Be Put To Good Use

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Meet Damien and Charles: A Corporate Philosopher and Banking Practitioner Who Believe Money Can Be Put To Good Use

With the launch of Building Banking on Values, a new VoiceAmerica radio series I’m hosting that goes behind the scenes to tell the stories of the people, passion and positivity within the values-based banking and financing sector; I thought to introduce you to some of our guests. Listen to the show episodes right here!

Meet Damien Walsh,  Managing Director,  Bank Australia, Whose Motto is ‘Money Should be Put to Good Use’

Damien became Managing Director of Bank Australia on 1 September 2011, after serving as General Manager of Corporate Services for eight years and also being Company Secretary. Damien has over 25 years of experience in the mutual banking sector.

Damien has worked primarily in the financial services sector, having spent time at Enterprise, Esso Employees, Outlook and Members Australia Credit Unions.

Damien is responsible for and manages the bank’s operations. He works with the Board in setting strategy, monitoring performance and budget, and ensuring the bank adheres to all prudential, legal and compliance matters.

He has been instrumental in shaping the bank’s response to sustainable development. A highlight was his presentation at the 2005 UNEP FI Global Roundtable at the United Nations, New York.

Damien is a Fellow of CPA Australia and a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. He holds a Bachelor of Business and a Masters in Business Administration.

As Australia’s first 100% customer owned bank, Bank Australia see the business of banking a little differently to their competitors. Being sharp on price, and making a profit is important but Bank Australia believes money should also be put to good use, creating positive social, environmental and cultural outcomes. A kind of mutual prosperity for all.

Not being bound by the demands of investors means the bank acts in the best long term interests of their customers. Put simply, as a customer and part owner of the bank, they are answerable only to customers. ‘We respect your point of view, which is why our customers each have an equal say in how we go about our business. Customers have been banking with us since 1957 and today nearly 130,000 people and community sector organisations choose to bank with us. Our profits are reinvested in the bank to provide fairer fees, better interest rates, and the responsible products and services that our customers expect. And be reassured, we have to meet the same prudential standards that apply to all Australian banks, so you can be certain that banking with Bank Australia is safe and secure.’ Learn more.

Meet Charles Hampden-Turner, Management Philosopher, Researcher and Advocate for Values-based Corporate Cultures

Charles Hampden-Turner is a British management philosopher, and Senior Research Associate at the Judge Business School, University of Cambridge since 1990. He is the creator of Dilemma Theory, and co-founder and Director of Research and Development at the Trompenaars-Hampden-Turner (THT) Group, in Amsterdam.

In his latest book, Nine Visions of Capitalism, Charles examines the values essential to wealth creation and some of the movements, people and banks leading the values-based way to economic success. Nine Visions of Capitalismsuggests that a marriage of East meets West corporate cultures holds the clue to competitiveness. While many economies have only one cultural context, the most successful economies have two and can switch between them. Context switching is vital to commerce since the views of producers and consumers, owners and operators, management and labour are far enough apart to be considered opposites.

Charles received his masters and doctorate degrees from the Harvard Business School and was the recipient of the Douglas McGregor Memorial Award, as well as the Columbia University Prize for the Study of the Corporation.

He won Guggenheim, Rockefeller and Ford Foundation Fellowships and has worked as a consultant for Shell, BP, Digital Equipment, The Economic Council of Canada, the BBC, Philips, Nissan, DSM, Dow Chemical, AMD, Sematech and Apple computers among others.

He has conducted research throughout Europe and North America and is the author of nine books, including: Maps of the Mind, MacMillan (1981), Charting the Corporate Mind, Basil Blackwell and the Free Press (1990), and Corporate Culture: Vicious and Virtuous Circles. He has worked with Fons Trompenaars onThe Seven Cultures of Capitalism, Mastering the Infinite Game, Building Cross-Cultural Competence and 21 Leaders for the 21st Century. Learn more.

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Watch the video. Nine Visions of Capitalism.

 

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Meet Olaf, Darrin and Marloes: Leading Grassroots Change in Banking From Community Development Solutions to Occupy and Innovation Movements

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Meet Olaf, Darrin and Marloes: Leading Grassroots Change in Banking From Community Development Solutions to Occupy and Innovation Movements

With the launch of the Building Banking on Values, a new VoiceAmerica radio series I’m hosting that goes behind the scenes to tell the stories of the people, passion and positivity within the values-based banking and financing sector; I thought to introduce you to some of our guests. Listen to the show episodes right here!

Meet Olaf Weber: Author, Professor, and Program Director of the Master’s Program (MES) in Sustainability Management, University of Waterloo (Canada)

Olaf is the director of the master’s program in Sustainability Management and a CIGI Senior Fellow. His research and teaching interests centre on the connection between financial sector players, such as banks and sustainable development, and the link between sustainability and the financial performance of enterprises. Olaf works on research questions like:

  • What are the current and potential impacts of banks on sustainable development and what may banks do to influence sustainable development in a positive way?
  • What is the role of voluntary and regulatory mechanisms for the financial sector to become more sustainable?
  • How do social banking and impact investing contribute to sustainable development?
  • How do businesses manage environmental risks such as water risks and conflict minerals and how do their management practices influence their financial performance?

Currently, Olaf supervises Sustainability Management students and PhD students working on the three research questions and teaches courses in Environmental Finance, Sustainability Accounting and Reporting, and Theories and Tools for Sustainability Management. Olaf also collaborates with banks, such asChina Industrial Bank on Green Finance.

Olaf’s latest book, Sustainable Banking introduces business leaders and students to the many ways in which financial institutions can manage their environmental and social impact and meet the needs of the current generation without compromising the needs of future generations. Olaf Weber and Blair Feltmate go beyond the business case for sustainability: how managing environmental, social, and governance risk can contribute to a bank’s bottom line – to make the sustainability case for banking: how banks and other financial institutions can make a positive impact on society.Book discount.

The book also explores the key aspects involved in making a financial institution sustainable: how to manage the direct and indirect impacts of banking activities on the community and the environment, how to minimize and mitigate the environmental footprint of internal operations, and how to account for various types of environmental and social risk in lending and project finance. They also introduce sustainable banking products and strategies being adopted by industry leaders, such as responsible investing, social finance, and impact lending.

Meet Darrin Williams: Chief Executive Director of Southern Bancorp, Inc. (USA)

Meet Darrin Williams: Chief Executive Director of Southern Bancorp, Inc. (USA)
Darrin Williams’ career is a unique combination of law, business, and politics. Presently, Darrin serves as the CEO of Southern Bancorp, Inc., where he oversees the activities of all three of Southern’s companies. Southern is one of  the most effective and largest community development organizations in the United States, as well as a model for an entire industry of mission-focused financial institutions known as Community Development Financial Institutions. Southern is a $1.2 billion asset organization with over 80,000 customers and 43 branches located primarily in underserved markets in the Mid-South.  Prior to joining Southern, Williams served as Speaker Pro-Tempore in the Arkansas House of Representatives and as the managing partner of the law firm of Carney, Williams, Bates, Pulliam & Bowman, PLLC, where he focused on representing aggrieved investors and consumers in class action litigation against some of the nation’s largest publicly traded companies. On the web at www.banksouthern.com

Williams also served three terms of elected office in the Arkansas House of Representatives, serving as Chair of the House Judiciary Committee and Speaker Pro Tempore of the 89th Arkansas General Assembly. He has been recognised nationally for his legislative work, including being named a 2013 Champion of Small Business by the National Capital Coalition, an Aspen-Rodel Fellow in Public Leadership by the Aspen Institute, and selected as one of 12 state legislators from around the country to watch by Governing Magazine.

In 1986, then Governor Bill Clinton and the Winthrop Rockefeller Foundation announced an initiative to end decades of economic decline in rural Arkansas by creating new trends of investment in people, jobs, business and property. Southern Bancorp, a community development bank holding company, and its family of nonprofit development affiliates would emerge from that initiative. A consortium of private foundations, governmental entities, corporations and concerned individuals would come together later that year to incorporate Southern Bancorp. Learn more.

 

Meet Marloes Nicholls:  Senior Fellow, Finance Innovation Lab, and Program Manager with Meteos (United Kingdom)

Marloes has been Programme Manager, Finance (Meteos), Director of Money Comms Lab and lead researcher for BankingFutures. Marloes provides advice to campaigners and students working on alternative finance and economics. Marloes has conducted workshops and lectures in a variety of fora, including the International Cooperative Alliance World Expo, the Pisa Internet Festival, OIKOS, the Skoll Centre for Entrepreneurship, and a number of financial institutions.

Marloes has a wealth of experience working on social change, including co-founding the campaign Move Your Money UK and working at Oxfam on global campaigns and policy. At Oxfam, she was a divisional project manager and supported the development and evaluation of major high profile campaigns, including work on Oxfam’s climate change policy and campaigning.

Marloes continues to participate in grassroots, creative activism in the UK, and is particularly interested in drawing on the arts and community organising to provide accessible ways for the public to engage with money and the financial system. Marloes is also an active member of the New Economy Organisers Network (NEON) and guides Occupy London Tours of Mayfair.

In 2015, Marloes was invited to become a Senior Fellow of the Finance Innovation Lab, in recognition of her work towards creating a more democratic, fair and responsible financial system.

An economist by training, Marloes graduated from Nuffield College, University of Oxford, with a Masters of Philosophy in 2011 and received a first class bachelors in Philosophy and Economics from the University of Bristol in 2008; where she specialised in Game Theory. She worked as a research assistant for notable professors and politicians during this academic period. Learn more.

 

Don’t forget to tune into Building Banking on Values. My VoiceAmerica radio show airs on Thursdays 15:00 PDT on the Business channel. Learn more.

 

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Awaken Your Divine Spirit to Serve Humanity

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Awaken Your Divine Spirit to Serve Humanity

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Join Nancy Gentle Boudrie and her remarkable guest internationally acclaimed director and artist Christian Wolfe as they explore the epiphany of living life serving a divine purpose to assist humanity. They will discuss rediscovering and reawakening the power within to make a global change. Christian’s latest and largest project, The Messengers Event, offers a multi-sensory experience fusing art and music. The event is offering hope and inspiration and a call for mankind to integrate divinity, and expand its reach to all the charitable needs of the world. There will be a Q&A portion where we will open the phone lines to your questions by calling, 1-888-346-9141. Gentle Power Radio airs every Tuesday at 3pm ET and 12pm PT.

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