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Join the conversation between Turtle & Hughes and its best-in-class partners on the first day of every month! In-depth interviews will explore industrial automation, infrastructure, lighting, energy, power distribution, and supply chain — and highlight how customers can benefit by increasing efficiency, reducing costs and saving energy. Turtle & Hughes is one of the nation‘s largest independent electrical and industrial distributors.
 
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Partnerships 2.0 Directors Cut

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Partnerships 2.0 Directors Cut

Scottish Arts Council and Scottish Screen

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The Audience Development Forum 'Partnerships 2.0 New Creative Audiences' was an inspiring one day event which explored how to develop audiences for the arts, film and the wider creative industries by maximising (Web 2.0) technology and new partnerships. The Forum was hosted by the Scottish Arts Council and Scottish Screen - Empowered by VOXUR
 
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Intentional Partnerships

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Intentional Partnerships

Strong Fathers-Strong Families, LLC and National Center Parents as Teachers

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Each podcast episode offers an on-the-ground perspective from realpeople exploring their shared values around family engagement.Over the 11-episode season, you’ll hear from teachers, parents,district administrators, early childhood educators, family supportprofessionals, and parent educators about their hard-earnedsuccesses and complex challenges. Most importantly, you’ll hearabout their ongoing interactions as partners in this important work.Check back every other week for a new episode. It ...
 
This is a brief introduction to part 3 of the Y.L.C Wraparound seminar coming up on August 15 at the Ferguson Library from 12pm to 3pm. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/barry-woods/support
 
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Christina Lampe-Önnerud, CEO, Cadenza Innovation, sits down with two Turtle executives: Kathleen Shanahan, CEO, and Luis Valls, President, Electrical division. They discuss the strength of diversity partnerships, the future of our infrastructure, and what Cadenza’s award-winning technology – a patented and UL-listed supercell design for manufacturi…
 
Scott West (President, Turtle & Hughes Integrated Supply) discusses the origin and value of the integrated supply service model with George Krauter, who initiated and developed the concept of on-site supplier management of MRO storerooms. Email us at solutions@turtleintegrated.com or view our website at turtleintegrated.com for more information. Su…
 
Chris Price (President, TSI Turtle Services) sits down with Rick Peters (CISO Operational Technology, Fortinet) to explore the Fortinet cybersecurity platform and discuss how it relates to industrial customers. TSI Turtle Services has partnered with Fortinet to bring its customers the full platform of products to keep their operations secure at a c…
 
OUR FINAL EPISODE OF OUR ‘YARNING WITH OUR MOB’ PODCAST SERIES IS NOW LIVE! During our final episode, we’re joined by returning guests Rod and Mark of the Ballardong land within the greater Noongar nation, where they yarn about services and the importance of community. We hope you’ve enjoyed the podcast series and learning from parents, carers and …
 
EPISODE 9 IS NOW LIVE!! Joining Maria on the podcast, we have Rod, who is a non-Indigenous father of an Aboriginal boy, and Mark from the Ballardong land within the greater Noongar nation. During this episode, you’ll hear both Rod and Mark share their journeys and speak about some of the autism services. For more information about the Moorditj Koor…
 
NEW EPISODE ALERT! Today on the podcast, we are joined by Ele, who is a Murri mum of the Kalkadoon people from the Mount Isa region in Queensland, and Tanika of the Worimi people. During this yarning session, mother's Ele and Tanika will be sharing their autism journey stories.Door Positive Partnerships
 
NEW EPISODE ALERT!! We have a few returning guests joining us for episode 7 of the ‘Yarning With Our Mob’ podcast. During this episode, Amy and Sharelle of the Kabi Kabi and Darumbal People yarn about what supports a good home/school relationship and the challenges surrounding that. For more information about Sharelle’s organisation, North Coast Ab…
 
Episode 6 of ‘Yarning With Our Mob’ is now live and ready for you to listen to! We’re joined by an incredible group for our latest yarning session including Amy; Elise of the Wiradjuri and Palawa people; Linda of the Anaiwan, Awabakal and Barrabinya People and Lorna of the Kabi Kabi, Wakka Wakka people. During this episode, you’ll hear about the au…
 
Chamber President & CEO Tony Iannelli is hosting virtual, exclusive interviews with visionary Lehigh Valley leaders that have significantly impacted and influenced their businesses and brands with game-changing strategies and their innovative leadership ideas within their industries. They are relentless, they are entrepreneurial, and they are origi…
 
Episode 5 of 'Yarning With Our Mob' is now live! Today on the podcast, we have a few familiar voices with Sharelle and Amy returning to the podcast. We are also joined by Melanie of the Nhulunbuy people. In this episode, Sharelle, Amy and Melanie will be sharing their autism journeys and the importance of Indigenous services. For more information a…
 
Episode 4 of ‘Yarning With Our Mob’ is now LIVE! During this episode, you will hear from Amy, who is both a parent and a Disability Support Worker at the Cullunghutti Aboriginal Child and Family Centre. Amy’s son, Koby, is from Jerrinja Aboriginal Community, Yuin Nation. She speaks about the importance of having Indigenous services available and ac…
 
A new episode of ‘Yarning with Our Mob’ is now LIVE! In this episode, we yarn with Linda, of the Anaiwan, Awabakal and Barrabinya People, who is the Aboriginal Otitis Media Coordinator. Linda is also a grandmother of 16 children, one of them with autism. We would love to know your thoughts so if you could leave us a review and share with anyone you…
 
In this episode of ‘Yarning with Our Mob’, we yarn with Billie and Cliff of the Yuin People, who are parents, and Sharelle of the Kabi Kabi and Darumbal People, Acting Chief Executive Officer from the North Coast Aboriginal Corporation for Community Health, about the resilience of families. Kanat Wano of the Kerwaid Village, Komet Tribe and Mer Nat…
 
Positive Partnerships are excited to launch our new podcast series, ‘Yarning with Our Mob’. During this podcast series, Positive Partnerships Team Leader of Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Families & Community programs, Maria Watson-Trudgett of the Wiradjuri people, will be yarning with parents, carers and service providers who will be sharing …
 
Chamber President & CEO Tony Iannelli is hosting virtual, exclusive interviews with visionary Lehigh Valley leaders that have significantly impacted and influenced their businesses and brands with game-changing strategies and their innovative leadership ideas within their industries. They are relentless, they are entrepreneurial, and they are origi…
 
Chamber President & CEO Tony Iannelli is hosting virtual, exclusive interviews with visionary Lehigh Valley leaders that have significantly impacted and influenced their businesses and brands with game-changing strategies and their innovative leadership ideas within their industries. They are relentless, they are entrepreneurial, and they are origi…
 
Chamber President & CEO Tony Iannelli is hosting virtual, exclusive interviews with visionary Lehigh Valley leaders that have significantly impacted and influenced their businesses and brands with game-changing strategies and their innovative leadership ideas within their industries. They are relentless, they are entrepreneurial, and they are origi…
 
Today on Intentional Partnerships, we discuss how professional family counselors can create an environment where their help feels more accessible to families in need of information. We move past conventional understandings of accessibility hindrances such as a family not having the time or means to get to sessions, or their children being in daycar…
 
On today’s episode, we are talking about generosity and its role in family engagement. Often generosity comes across as being a lofty ideal, but upon closer inspection, we come to see that it is very much embedded in our work as practitioners. While it is difficult to completely define, generosity is ultimately about giving and taking and the organ…
 
On today’s episode, we build on last week’s discussion about trust to talk about respect. These two values are some of the most important, but least understood when trying to meaningfully engage with families. This is because, even though respect is such a widely held value, its realization is highly specific to a particular family and each individ…
 
In today's episode, the first of Season Two, we start our journey of family engagement and the bigger issues that surround it. We want to start this season-long discussion with the topic of trust, as we believe it to be the central stone. We want to unpack what trust really means, to teachers, parents, and children! In our conversation, we talk a b…
 
Hey everybody and welcome back to the Intentional Parenting Podcast! This quick episode serves as an introduction to Season Two and a taste of what we will be covering in the upcoming shows. This season we want to dive deeper into conversations about family engagement, something that we did in our first run of shows and wish to continue now. Family…
 
This week we are bringing you short stories from folks who attended the Parents as Teachers International Conference in Phoenix Arizona. All throughout the week Mike was busy talking with attendees about their experiences and we want to make sure we get a chance to share those with you. Listen in as we hear more great ideas about working with famil…
 
This week we talk with Matt Arend, principal and family engagement champion at Sigler Elementary in Plano Texas. He highlights why engaging families is so critical to the work that they do, and how he gets his whole team to buy in and believe in the power of partnerships.Door Strong Fathers-Strong Families, LLC and National Center Parents as Teachers
 
We would love for you to join us in Phoenix for our upcoming conference. Because we are getting ready for the conference we took the week off and will be roaming the conference floor. Look for our "Podcart" on the floor of the conference exhibit hall and join us for live interviews during the week.Door Strong Fathers-Strong Families, LLC and National Center Parents as Teachers
 
This week we are talking with Christy and Ed Roberts, parents of three wonderful kids that span in age from elementary to high school. Christy and Ed discuss what it has meant to their family to engage with their kids’ schools and services outside of school, especially within the special education world. Listen for the small ways their school and s…
 
Listen in as Vito Borrello, executive director of the National Association for Family, School, and Community Engagement, guides us through the national landscape of family engagement. Vito also brings us up to speed on the amazing work NAFSCE is doing to ensure that family engagement practices become an integrated part of education, from birth forw…
 
Join us as we talk with Donna Kosicki, Georgia’s PTA Family Engagement Committee chairperson, about her work at the state level and beyond in family engagement. Hear how the work of the PTA at the state and school levels are able to continue, even in the face of challenges.Door Strong Fathers-Strong Families, LLC and National Center Parents as Teachers
 
Michael and Lindsey talk with Renea Butler-King about her extensive work with families in various roles, but most recently in her research around school discipline of preschool aged African-American boys. We explore the impact of professional and personal mindsets when attempting to engage families, and what a difference compassion and empathy make…
 
Join us as we talk with Salvador Romero, Coordinator of Family and Community Engagement at Harrisonburg City Public Schools in Virginia. Our conversation in this episode centers around the incredible work that Salvador and his team are doing to make their school an integral, accessible part of the community for families. Listen for ideas on how you…
 
Moderator:Michael Jabara, Managing Director and Head of ETF and Closed-End Fund Research - Morgan Stanley Wealth Management Panelists:Ganesh V. Jois, CFA, Managing Director, Portfolio Manager, Energy & Infrastructure - Goldman Sachs Asset ManagementJay Hatfield, Co-founder and CEO - Infrastructure Capital Advisors Brian Sulley, CFA, Client Portfoli…
 
School-to-Community Partnership...What’s the process?...How do we star? What are the six types of connections need for a successful partnership between family, school and community? WHEN: June 11th @ The Ferguson Library 5pm to 8pm register today https://y-l-c-Wraparound-seminar-part2-6-11-18.eventbrite.com. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor…
 
Overview Capital Links will host a webinar with Nicolas providing introductions. Michael Jabara with Morgan Stanley will moderate a discussion with Jeremy Goff of Tortoise on these timely topics: • The merits of investing via ETFs in the midstream space in current market conditions • Tax loss harvesting during the final quarter of the year This pod…
 
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