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(Audio Only) Darren Virassammy: 34Strong.com  


Should be focused on your strengths, your weaknesses, or some specific combo in order to lead better? What if the problem is not so much your weaknesses as that you have not fully discovered how to tap into your strengths? Our guest on this episode is Darren Vira-ssammy Darren Virassammy is the Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer for an organization called 34 Strong, Inc.; a team that focuses on creating sustainable Strengths-based organizational culture for their clients. Darren’s biggest focus has been on developing teams around strengths, maximizing the talent on those teams, increasing employee engagement, by developing Strengths Based leadership. He and his team do this by initiating and designing sustainable strengths-based programs for organizations. Darren Virassammy speaks and trains extensively on Strengths, and is such a super star in the world of Strengths Based leadership that has recently spoke at Gallup’s International Strengths Summit. He’s also has spoken at the International Rotary World Peace Conference, DCA Partners and Drexel University’s Business School. A few clients that Darren has recently served include: The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), The State Compensation Insurance Fund (SCIF), The Franchise Tax Board, Bank of America and whole bunch more very impressive names. Outside of speaking, workshop facilitation and coaching, Darren Virassammy writes extensively on Strengths, Talent Development, Leadership Development and Strengths-based sustainability within organizations. His work has been featured through Gallup publications and others, including features in the California Employers Association, The California Society of Association Executives and the 15Five E-book “The Great eBook of Employee Questions,” where Darren is featured with prominent thought leaders including Simon Sinek, and Rand Fishkin. More about Darren Virassammy: http://34strong.com More on engaging the Host Dov Baron: http://FullMontyLeadership.com

Darren Virassammy: 34Strong  


Should be focused on your strengths, your weaknesses, or some specific combo in order to lead better? What if the problem is not so much your weaknesses as that you have not fully discovered how to tap into your strengths? Our guest on this episode is Darren Vira-ssammy Darren Virassammy is the Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer for an organization called 34 Strong, Inc.; a team that focuses on creating sustainable Strengths-based organizational culture for their clients. Darren’s biggest focus has been on developing teams around strengths, maximizing the talent on those teams, increasing employee engagement, by developing Strengths Based leadership. He and his team do this by initiating and designing sustainable strengths-based programs for organizations. Darren Virassammy speaks and trains extensively on Strengths, and is such a super star in the world of Strengths Based leadership that has recently spoke at Gallup’s International Strengths Summit. He’s also has spoken at the International Rotary World Peace Conference, DCA Partners and Drexel University’s Business School. A few clients that Darren has recently served include: The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), The State Compensation Insurance Fund (SCIF), The Franchise Tax Board, Bank of America and whole bunch more very impressive names. Outside of speaking, workshop facilitation and coaching, Darren Virassammy writes extensively on Strengths, Talent Development, Leadership Development and Strengths-based sustainability within organizations. His work has been featured through Gallup publications and others, including features in the California Employers Association, The California Society of Association Executives and the 15Five E-book “The Great eBook of Employee Questions,” where Darren is featured with prominent thought leaders including Simon Sinek, and Rand Fishkin. More about Darren Virassammy: http://34strong.com More on engaging the Host Dov Baron: http://FullMontyLeadership.com

Della Arte #15 Fittavlan  

K är hundvakt och är sjuk & Simon har fortsatt problem med inkasso. I kulturdelen idag handlar det om en fittavla som tar plats och folkoperans vårsatsning! Avslutningsvis om Hans Rosling. Tack till Resursbank, en bättre bank än Swedbank. Della Monde klipps av Niklas Runsten.

Conductor Simon Rattle, artist Lubaina Himid and playwright Roland Schimmelpfennig  

As Simon Rattle announces his first season as Musical Director of the London Symphony Orchestra, Kirsty Lang asks him about his plans. The film Split is a psychological horror by M. Night Shyamalan (The Visit, Sixth Sense). It stars James McAvoy as Kevin Crumb, who suffers from Dissociative Identity Disorder and who exhibits 23 alternate personalities. After kidnapping three teenage girls, there's a race against the clock as his captives try to convince one of his personalities to set them free - before the arrival of the 24th personality, the 'beast'. Writer and psychotherapist Mark Vernon reviews. For the last three decades, artist Lubaina Himid's work has explored historical representations of people from the African diaspora and their cultural contribution to the West. With two big solo shows at Spike Island in Bristol and Modern Art Oxford, Himid talks about making art as an act of political revelation. It doesn't open in London until November, but hip-hop musical Hamilton is the West End's hottest ticket and touts are offering them for up to £2,500 each. Despite a paperless system - audience members have bring a confirmation email, the bank card used and photo ID - tickets made it onto secondary sites within hours of going on sale. Reg Walker, expert on combating ticket sales irregularity, reveals how touts circumvent such safeguards, and the impact on the audience. Roland Schimmelpfennig is Germany's most prolific living dramatist. Responding to the rise of the far right in Europe his play Winter Solstice reveals how Fascism insinuates itself, rather than marches in. He talks about the highly unusual form of the play, in which the characters comment on the action, and how such a subject can be funny. Producer: Julian May.

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Carrie Fisher dies at 60  

Carrie Fisher, who has died at the age of 60, was much more than an actress - she was a great writer and "script doctor". Entertainment reporter Jeanne Wolf, who knew Carrie as a little girl, tells us more about her life and work. The capital shortfall at Italy's oldest lender Monte dei Paschi is greater than previously estimated, according to the European Central Bank. Deborah Ball from the Wall Street Journal in Rome explains. Looking back over the year, Paul Moss asks whether 2016 can best be summed up as the "year of anger". Cindy Sui brings us the latest business stories from Taiwan. Plus when does social drinking become a problem and do the makers of alcoholic products have a responsibility towards their consumers? Robert Champion reports. Fergus Nicoll is joined throughout the programme from Washington DC by Marketplace Radio reporter Adam Allington, and from Singapore by Simon Littlewood, President at Asia Now consulting group. (Picture: Carrie Fisher - Picture Credit: Ian Gavan/Getty Images)

Nuclear Policy Under Donald Trump  

On the eve of the Trump presidency what is the current nuclear balance and what would expansion mean? We hear from Stephen Schwarz, an independent consultant on nuclear weapons and author of Atomic Audit, The Costs and Consequences of U.S. Nuclear Weapons Since 1940. Italy's cabinet has approved a state-bailout for the country's third-largest bank, Monte dei Paschi di Siena. Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni said his government had authorised a €20bn fund to support Italy's embattled banking sector. Chiara Albanese, Bloomberg reporter in Rome joins us live. With only a few days to go until Christmas there are the perennial grouches about the commercialisation of the festival, and how it's just a big sales fiesta. Is this justified? We hear from Yvon Chouinard, the founder of clothes company Patagonia. Donald Trump has been making some appointments for his cabinet when he takes power in January and according to the Washington Post, the former US ambassador to the United Nations, John Bolton, was turned down for Secretary of State because of his luxuriant moustache. So is facial hair a hurdle for a job-seeker in other areas? We hear from Isaac Reback of the recruitment firm Michael Page in Los Angeles The BBC's North America editor Jon Sopel gives us his take on events over in the US. And we're joined throughout the programme by Alison Van Diggelen, host of freshdialogues.com and in Singapore by Simon Littlewood, President of ACG consulting group. Picture Description: Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump addresses a rally against the Iran nuclear deal on the West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol September 9, 2015 in Washington, DC. Photo Credit: Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images

Money talks: Breitbart and the business of nationalism  

The conservative website Breitbart News is expanding its business into France and Germany after a boost from the American election. Our correspondent Elizabeth Winkler considers its chances of success abroad. Also on the show: Globalisation may be in reverse in the financial world. And, fifty-years old and under pressure from China, the Asian Development Bank is evolving. Simon Long hosts.

Money talks: Breitbart and the business of nationalism  

The conservative website Breitbart News is expanding its business into France and Germany after a boost from the American election. Our correspondent Elizabeth Winkler considers its chances of success abroad. Also on the show: Globalisation may be in reverse in the financial world. And, fifty-years old and under pressure from China, the Asian Development Bank is evolving. Simon Long hosts.

Money talks: Deutsche's dilemma  

Patrick Lane our banking editor discusses how a hefty fine from the Department of Justice is one of many problems facing Deutsche Bank. Joel Budd says microfinance is making a comeback. And finally, Adam Roberts talks about how Norway's sovereign wealth fund sets an example for the world. Simon Long hosts.

Money talks: Deutsche's dilemma  

Patrick Lane our banking editor discusses how a hefty fine from the Department of Justice is one of many problems facing Deutsche Bank. Joel Budd says microfinance is making a comeback. And finally, Adam Roberts talks about how Norway's sovereign wealth fund sets an example for the world. Simon Long hosts.

Adam Hills sits in  

Adam Hills hosts a Bank Holiday special with guests, calls and conversation. Angellica Bell presents listener stories. Guests include singer/songwriter John Newman, actor Simon Callow and GB Rio gold medallists Ed Clancy and Will Satch. Text 85058 (charged at your standard message rate).

Deadline 2016-08-04  

Briterne begynder nu for alvor at mærke de økonomiske konsekvenser af at have stemt sig ud af EU. I dag har den britiske centralbank sænket renten fra 0,50 til 0,25 procent, pundet har taget endnu et dyk i forhold til dollaren, og forventningerne til væksten i landet er drastisk nedjusteret. Deadline fokuserer i aften på Storbritanniens svære vej ud af EU. I studiet forklarer Danske Banks cheføkonom, Las Olsen, hvorfor Bank of England føler sig tvunget til at skrue på renten, den britiske EU-ekspert Simon Usherwood vurderer den økonomiske nedturs politiske betydning, mens professor Rebecca Adler-Nissen og lektor Ole Helmersen analyserer Storbritanniens og EU's bestræbelser på at lande en aftale om Brexit. Vært: Niels Krause-Kjær.

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16 - David Andolfatto on on Life at the Fed, Equity-Based Finance, and the Blockchain  

David Andolfatto is a vice president of the St. Louis Federal Reserve Bank and a professor of economics at Simon Fraser University. He joins the show to discuss life at the St. Louis Fed, equity-based finance as a means of averting financial crises, and challenges in using monetary policy to drive nominal growth. Finally, David also clarifies some of the misconceptions surrounding Blockchain technology and explains what this technology may mean for Federal Reserve policy. David Beckworth’s Twitter: @davidbeckworth David Beckworth’s Blog: http://macromarketmusings.blogspot.com/ David Andolfatto’s Twitter: @dandolfa David Andolfatto’s Blog: http://andolfatto.blogspot.com/ Related links The Diamond-Dybvig Model on bank runs: https://www.macroeconomics.tu-berlin.de/fileadmin/fg124/financial_crises/literature/Diamon_Dybvig_Bank_Runs__Deposit_Insurance__and_Liquidity.pdf David Andolfatto on “A Dirty Little Secret” about monetary policy: http://andolfatto.blogspot.com/2014/11/a-dirty-little-secret.html

Selvsving: Nordea synger ud 2016-07-16  

Det er ikke nemt at være bank: Bare fordi man prøver at hjælpe kunderne til at snyde samfundet for en masse skattekroner, får man ballade. Det er som om samfundet ikke forstår at banken jo bare prøver at tjene et par milliarder. Altså, så den ikke er nødt til at bede om endnu en bankpakke fra samfundet. Nej, det er ikke nemt at være bank. I dag fik vi hjælp af Simon Nøjers.

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Selvsving: Nordea synger ud 2016-07-16  

Det er ikke nemt at være bank: Bare fordi man prøver at hjælpe kunderne til at snyde samfundet for en masse skattekroner, får man ballade. Det er som om samfundet ikke forstår at banken jo bare prøver at tjene et par milliarder. Altså, så den ikke er nødt til at bede om endnu en bankpakke fra samfundet. Nej, det er ikke nemt at være bank. I dag fik vi hjælp af Simon Nøjers.

Chilcot Report: UK's Involvement in 2003 Iraq War Criticised  

We look at the state of Iraq's economy 13 years on from the conflict. Rob Williams is the chief executive of War Child, which works with kids in Iraq, and Baroness Emma Nicholson chairs the Iraq Britain Business Council. Also in the programme, the International Monetary Fund has described Deutsche Bank as the greatest risk to the global financial system. BBC business editor Simon Jack explains how much trouble Germany's biggest financial institution is in. The Argentina and Barcelona football mega-star Lionel Messi has received a 21-month jail sentence for tax fraud. Ernest Macia is a sports reporter at Catalunya Radio in Barcelona, and tells us more about the case. We hear from Sweden where some companies are trying to take advantage of Britain's Brexit turmoil. And Robin Levinson King of the Toronto Star newspaper tells us about controversy at the adultery website Ashley Madison, where users are complaining that computer 'bots' were pretending to be real women. (Picture: Tony Blair in Iraq. Credit: AP)

Gloomy Carney promises post-Brexit action  

A gloomy Bank of England has warned that Brexit will take its economic toll. Russ Mould of AJ Bell gives us his - and the market's reaction. We also hear from pro-Leave businessman Simon Boyd, and former Labour trade minister Lord Digby Jones. And the BBC's Faarea Masud talks to some of the three million EU migrants living in the UK. Away from Brexit....we hear from Kenya on the closure of a number of major TV and radio stations, and from Australia ahead of this weekend's election.

La cuarta parte - Rhythm and poetry - 24/06/16  

1/ PINO Y MANUL. Rhythm and poetry. 2/ PELUZAH. Bank holiday. 3/ MC MELODEE & COOKIN SOUL. Place is lit. 4/ LAIDBACK VILLAINS. Última copa. 5/ DJ KEAL. Mierda siniestra. 6/ PINCHO. Así te lo digo. 7/ JAVIER SIMON. Red lights. 8/ PMD. Respect mine. (Shade Business) 9/ THE CHAMBERS BROTHERS. Miss lady brown. (Right move). 10/ YASIIN BEY AKA Mos Def. Stay Forever alive. 11/ ERICK SERMON. Clutch. 12/ AESOP ROCK. Supercell. 13/ PAU BEATS AKA P.RHODES y KOVITCH. Diáfano. 14/ TOP QUALITY. Metamorfosis. 15/ LIRICISTAS. Cuando me faltas tú.


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