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Coachtalk is a podcast about coaching for improvement in health and social care. In this podcast we will meet several international experts and coaches to discuss challenges, opportunities, models and tools that might be useful when you coach others to make improvements. This podcast is made by Qulturum, Design and learning center, Sweden.
 
Whether working with older people, vulnerable children or patients suffering ill health or disability, care providers' ability to communicate is not only useful, but essential. This album provides an invaluable insight into all aspects of communication, with both colleagues and service users. It shows how the difficulties of operating effectively in stressful situations can be overcome and even used as a learning and developmental experience. With contributions from carers and service users, ...
 
This unit is made up of four extracts related to social care, social work and the law. The extracts are stand-alone sections but follow on from each other to make up this unit. You will be introduced to five main themes that shape practice in the field of social care and social work. The aim of this unit is to enhance your understanding of the relationship between social work practice and the law. This study unit is just one of many that can be found on LearningSpace, part of OpenLearn, a co ...
 
Care of the State - a podcast by Catalysts for Social Action is a series to help understand the plight of vulnerable children in India. The show breaks down complex issues to help you understand the system of institutional care, fostering, adoption, aftercare, the role of organisations and government institutions and their responsibility to provide care and protection to these children through weekly episodes. Experts from Catalysts for Social Action (CSA) will be talking to lawyers, researc ...
 
Environmental and social issues can feel confusing and overwhelming, especially when we try to tackle solutions on our own. That’s why it’s important to collaborate with other optimistic activists on sustainable strategies. When we join the movement together and break down complex practices, we can make profound changes. By focusing on collective movements over the long-term, our social impact makes our communities better. And eventually, our work becomes a beacon of hope for the entire worl ...
 
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Every culture has a different use of rice and how to grow it. Some farm practices harm our environment by damaging the soil through massive disturbances. In this episode, Caryl Levine and Ken Lee, Authors of Rice Is Life and Co-founders and Co-CEOs of Lotus Foods, explain that the future of food lies in the practice of regenerative agriculture. Min…
 
Season 9 closes with perhaps one of the most important topics in the world of work in terms of areas of growth -not to mention relevance: Climate-related jobs and careers. In fact, climate is going to be bigger than the Internet. So how to build your career in this new world? to answer this critical question we sat down with Ashuman Tapma, serial e…
 
With so much trash produced by the food we eat, looking for sustainable ways to reuse them must always be a top priority in any organization or community. Without implementing sustainable food waste recycling methods, these will only continue piling up in landfills. Chris O'Brien has found an efficient way to address this problem that goes beyond c…
 
Agricultural farms and animal sanctuaries are the most devastated by the severe weather and flooding in California these past few weeks. To learn what people are doing to survive such harsh conditions, Corinna Bellizzi sits down with the Co-Founder of Little Hill Sanctuary, a non-profit organization that saves animals from slaughter and abuse. He t…
 
In Episode 13 of Season 9 learn from innovator, founder and social entrepreneur Paul Breloff. Paul has been working in the social impact sector for over 2 decades in a variety of innovative roles including currently as CEO and Co-Founder of Shortlist, a leading search, recruiting and upskilling startup connecting impact talent to opportunity across…
 
When was the last time you reflected on the food you are eating? David Moscow has decided to answer this question using an ethnographic approach. He joins Corinna Bellizzi to share the highlights of his book, From Scratch. David discusses how he became closer and more appreciative of food by immersing himself in different cultures. He visited numer…
 
As climate change continues to worsen, the future of farming is at stake. Fossil fuels used in farming equipment contribute to global warming and devastating forest fires destroy crop quality. The best way to mitigate these adverse effects is by transitioning to regenerative methods. Joining Corinna Bellizzi is Carlo Mondavi, Co-Founder and Chief F…
 
The climate crisis is real, and we are now only several harvests away from famine and starvation. But what if there was a solution that already exists to help save the earth and its people? Here to discuss regeneration is John Roulac. John is a hemp innovator, serial entrepreneur, investor, philanthropist, writer, and champion of regenerative agric…
 
Join Corinna Bellizzi for press event coverage of Monarch Tractor's launch in early December 2022 at their Livermore, California facility. In today's coverage you are introduced to Alice Waters as we are invited to think about the source, quality, and flavor of the food that graces our plates and nourishes our bodies each day. Alice shares what it …
 
Join Corinna Bellizzi for press event coverage celebrating the launch of Monarch Tractor, the first all-electric, fully automated tractor with the ability to operate driverless (fully autonomous). You'll hear directly from Carlo Mondavi, Chief Farming Officer and co-founder. Elaine Chukan Brown, the wine expert and acclaimed wine writer MC's the ev…
 
This week, Corinna opens by sharing the importance of gratitude and why she's choosing to continue that conversation at the beginning of December. You'll hear about an upcoming effort in social spaces to engage in a deeper conversation about how we can build a better future, and why she's excited to share today's episode, a guest appearance on Kand…
 
In Episode 11 of Season 9, Key insights for aspiring impact professionals based in the Global South, learn from innovator and career expert Lucille Jade Galvan. Jade has been working in career advising, recruitment and talent management for over 15 years in a wide-variety of roles in leading institutions in Singapore, Bangladesh, and the Philippine…
 
Filmed on-location in Santa Cruz, California at the San Vicente Redwoods in a press preview of the new trail system which will be open to the public on Saturday, 12/3/2022. Listen on your favorite platform, or watch on YouTube here: https://youtu.be/x1hEeOLLGnw Notable quotes kick off the episode: "We're talking about 8,800 acres right here in the …
 
Oceans are getting warmer and more acidic because of all the carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. This is happening because of deforestation or coal-burning, and it's not helping the ecosystem regenerate at all. This creates a chain reaction where the ocean eliminates algae and fish. The climate problem will never be solved if people keep abusing th…
 
Episode 10 of Season 9 features leading social innovator and author of "THe New Reason to Work" Roshan Paul. Roshan has been working at the intersection of leadership, innovation, social entrepreneurship, upskilling and convening for impact for more than 15 years including at his current role as Director of Leadership Practice at IREX. Roshan share…
 
In a world where consumerism and capitalism reign supreme, keeping track of your carbon footprint is almost impossible, let alone reducing it. But Beth Craig proved that anything is achievable with the right mindset by adopting a carbon-negative lifestyle. Joining Corinna Bellizzi, the Founder of Integrity Hero shares how avoiding carbon resulted i…
 
The impacts of climate change on different areas of society are interrelated, which is why people think the worst about the future. But we don’t have to simply accept and surrender to the possibility of a dying planet. We can actually change the narrative so we can start working together to co-create a better world! Join Corinna Bellizzi as she tal…
 
In this episode, learn from innovator and educator Diana Suarez founder and CEO of GLOT. Diana has been working at the intersection of education and social impact for more than a decade. In this episode session Diana shares her rich experience working on innovation and impact in a wide-variety of education roles including in the nonprofit, public a…
 
Supporting free speech is easy if the speech is something you agree with. But it’s often hard to not be hypocritical about it if the speech in question is something you disagree with. Renowned free speech advocate Tony Brasunas believes that to truly advocate free speech, we need to support it in principle. And that means giving space to ideas that…
 
As forests all over the world are continuously drained of their precious resources, a huge amount of money is certainly required to rebuild them. But every once in a while, noble reforestation efforts arise that does not call for a huge amount of cash. This is exactly what Hank Dearden does through his organization, ForestPlanet. He joins Corinna B…
 
Curious about how to build a career with finance and climate? In episode 8 of Season 9 this session Dimitry shares key tips for finance and non-finance people who strive to work at the intersection of finance, planet and impact. This is an area of tremendous growth as there is a desperate need to not only move capital out of destructive industries …
 
We are making long strides with sustainability, all thanks to the collective efforts, both big and small, of individuals, organizations, and companies. In this episode, we have someone responsible for saving 65 million acres of trees! The Executive Director of Stand.earth Todd Paglia joins Corinna Bellizzi to share with us the amazing things they h…
 
Most businesses pledge to do their part in offsetting carbon emissions to save the world from the already worsening climate change. While this is an admirable effort, the merchandising items they produce are often left out of this discussion. Each product is also composed of tons of carbon molecules that are not accounted for. Seth Cysewski, Co-Fou…
 
In episode 7 of Season 9 Lydia Cardona key tips and lessons from building a career in the growing but still highly competitive social impact space. She highlights how to develop skills, advance networks and find the right (often) winding path, while building a career across diverse sectoral areas. In addition, she discusses strategies for dealing w…
 
The internet of things (IoT) is the growing network of connected objects or devices around you. They can collect and exchange data in real time! If you're a little wary about that, don't worry because technology isn't going to conquer humanity anytime soon. But technology is stronger and faster than it has ever been. What does the internet of thing…
 
Michelle Farr, Research Fellow, National Institute for Health Research Applied Research Collaboration West (NIHR ARC West), University of Bristol and Gillian Mulvale, Associate Professor, Health Policy and Management DeGroote School of Business, McMaster University Canada have a dialogue with Nicoline Vackerberg, Development leader Qulturum, Region…
 
Global warming is a problem that needs to be addressed both from the systemic change and the individual lifestyle transformation perspectives. The climate crisis cannot be expected to solve itself, and politicians can never be trusted to make the first step. This is why climate activists need to push stakeholders, including themselves, into action.…
 
Fossil fuels like oil, gas, and coal are the reason for floods, fires, storms, and heat waves. The government knows that this needs to be dealt with, and yet oil and gas companies are making record profits right now. People need to stand together and make their message heard. They need to start taking action by joining climate change groups. You do…
 
Green consumerism is no longer enough to save the planet. What we really need to be is green citizens. Justin Gillis is here to share what it takes to become a green citizen. Justin is an award-winning journalist with four decades of experience explaining complex issues and making that digestible in simple language for major daily newspapers such a…
 
Join Corinna Bellizzi for a quick commentary on Russia's retreating forces and a snip from her interview with Daniel Tonkopi, Delfast Ebikes founder who got his company's start in Kiev. News articles mentioned in this livestream: https://www.wsj.com/articles/russias-war-plan-is-rocked-by-ukraines-rapid-gains-11663073064?siteid=yhoof2&yptr=yahoo htt…
 
Protecting the environment requires more extensive systemic changes if we want to see a tangible impact on the current climate crisis. Joining us today to explain how we can achieve that is Maya K. van Rossum, author of The Green Amendment: The People's Fight For a Clean, Safe & Healthy Environment. Maya is also the Founder of Green Amendments For …
 
A B Corp Movement is happening within industries and could lead the way to create better businesses. Joining Corinna Bellizzi to explain what this means is Chris Marquis. Chris is the Sinyi Professor of Chinese Management at the University of Cambridge Judge Business School and the author of the award-winning book Better Business: How the B Corp Mo…
 
Better choices lead to better outcomes, but we can’t make the right choice if we’re not equipped with information. Today’s guest is Steve Lankford, Host of Health Quest Podcast. He and his wife began Family Nutrition Center in 1976 as a small independent health food store. They recently sold their store to a young couple who dream of carrying their…
 
How can innovation create opportunities for positive social impact and environmental footprint? Joining us for our 100th episode is Daniel Tonkopi, CEO of Delfast, who aims to transform the future of transportation and combat climate change with Delfast’s innovative e-bikes. They are recognized as a disruptive global e-bike leader in the space. Wit…
 
Learn what the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) can mean for our future, and learn about the upcoming guests we will be featuring on the show to deepen our understanding of where we are heading including: Justin Gillis, co-author of The Big Fix, 7 ways to solve our climate problems Maya K. Van Rossum, lawyer and author of The Green Amendment. Dr. Will…
 
Today’s episode is being turned around lightning fast because we are covering a topic of-the-moment, and that is the Inflation Reduction Act presently being considered by the United States Senate. This Act, should it pass, includes $369 billion with a B in funding for climate and clean energy provisions. To discuss this bill, its implications, and …
 
As human beings, we're built for relationships. We strive for connection with other people as well. We’re adaptable species that could survive an environment we're forced to deal with. Join your host Corinna Bellizzi as she talks about relational leadership and philosophies with Nina Simons. Nina talks about collaborative approaches and principles …
 
David Richman is an endurance athlete, author, philanthropist, and so much more. His second book, Cycle of Lives, talks about the interconnected stories of people overcoming the most difficult obstacles we deal with, specifically diseases known under the umbrella term of cancer. In his book, he tackles how people deal with and talk about grief, tra…
 
Featuring Innovator, Peacebuilder, Artist, Nonprofit Management Specialist and Rotary Peace Fellow (from Uppsala University) Marcus Tan de Bibiana. Marcus shares strategic ways in which his personal interests such as art, wellness & conflict resolution became professional areas. Over his career to date, Marcus has engaged in diverse roles including…
 
The world’s leading problems today will take more than just government efforts to be eliminated. Jens Molbak believes that efficient solutions can be crafted through tri-sector innovation. Joining Corinna Bellizzi, the Founder of NewImpact explains how bringing the private, social, and public sectors together can help shape a better future. He brea…
 
Climate change is one of the most pressing issues of our time. As individuals, how do we make a difference? Clean cooking is part of that solution. In this episode, Ben Jeffreys of ATEC Global talks about how we can create an impact through decarbonizing cooking and efficient energy use. With over 14 years of experience managing teams across the so…
 
Did you know that your body can fight off diseases if you eat the right foods? Learn about the 5x5x5 framework and how you can feed your five defenses correctly. Join Corinna Bellizzi as she reviews Dr. William Li's bestselling book and course of the same name: Eat to Beat Disease: The New Science of How Your Body Can Heal Itself. Discover how your…
 
It’s time to live like the future matters because it really does. Every action you take impacts the world in a certain way. Don’t tell yourself that it’s too little because what you’re doing is contributing to the future of the whole world. Listen to this episode as Donna Maltz shares her unique perspective on how you can inspire others to change f…
 
If you do something that nourishes nature and your surroundings, you will certainly experience nourishment within yourself as well. This is what life-scaping is all about. Corrina Bellizzi delves into this concept further with Monique Allen, CEO of The Garden Continuum. Monique shares tips on the most sustainable ways of building indoor and outdoor…
 
There is so much polarity and divisiveness going on in the world right now. How can leaders offer and create unity in such a climate? Here to talk about Conscious Leadership is Diana Chapman. Diana is a thought leader in creating sustainable change and has worked with numerous executive teams. In this episode, she joins host Corinna Bellizzi to dis…
 
Oceans are getting warmer and more acidic because of all the carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. This is happening because of deforestation or coal-burning, and it's not helping the ecosystem regenerate at all. This creates a chain reaction where the ocean eliminates algae and fish. The climate problem will never be solved if people keep abusing th…
 
This week we invite you on a journey of discovery as you are invited to open your mind, admit your imbedded biases, remain curious, and march forward to play your part in dismantling oppression, and breaking down the power majority so that minorities can thrive. You’ll meet Dr. Kimya Nuru Dennis who shares her story with conviction, with presence, …
 
In the modern era, our nutrition systems are in crisis. Foods that once had high levels of minerals and vitamins have seen their levels plummet as a result of the compromised health of our soil and ecosystems. With these changes, our waistlines have expanded, as food is less nutrient-dense and therefore less filling. Entire communities are undernou…
 
Now, more than ever, we feel the impacts of climate change. Just as we caused it, we hold the keys to solving it. And every day, we have the power to make simple decisions that could contribute to helping save the world. Investing is one area we can do that. In this episode, Corinna Bellizzi interviews sustainability entrepreneur and the Co-founder…
 
With Roe v. Wade under imminent threat, it's imperative that we consider what its overturn would mean to marginalized communities and economically constrained people, and how this could even affect progress made with the Black Lives Matter #BLM movement. To have this discussion today, I'm joined by Martin Henson, founder of BMen Foundation. Martin …
 
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