Tag: connection

Junlei Li

What is Essential in Caring for Children?

SEASON 1: EPISODE 13 | July 23, 2019 What is Essential in Caring for Children? with Junlei Li   Junlei Li, a senior lecturer in early childhood education at the Harvard Graduate School of Education and former Co-Director of the Fred Rogers Center, identifies what ordinary people do extraordinarily well with children and discusses how…
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Mary’s Place by the Sea–a Safe Haven and a Respite for Women who are Living with Cancer

SEASON 1: EPISODE 12 | July 9, 2019 Mary’s Place by the Sea — a Safe Haven and a Respite for Women who are Living with Cancer with Michele Gannon & Maria McKeon Mary’s Place by the Sea, along the Atlantic Ocean, in Ocean Grove, New Jersey, is a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting women…
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Trust: One of the Essential Ingredients to Building Great Relationships

SEASON 1: EPISODE 11 | June 25, 2019 Trust: One of the Essential Ingredients to Building Great Relationships with Jon Gordon In this episode leadership expert Jon Gordon discusses how trust is one of the essential ingredients to build a great relationship, winning team and culture of greatness. Without trust you can’t have engaged relationships…
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Sharice Johnson

Watch Out World, Here She Comes!

SEASON 1: EPISODE 10 | June 4, 2019 Watch Out World, Here She Comes! with Sharice Johnson She recently received the “Woman of the Year Award” from the Harrisburg, Pennsylvania chapter of the American Association of University Women, for her work for on youth development programs.  Our guest today is Sharice Johnson.  Sharice is currently…
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Leaders Can Be Less Lonely

SEASON 1: EPISODE 9 | May 7, 2019 Leaders Can Be Less Lonely with Ken Blanchard Leadership can be a lonely business.  In this episode, leadership expert Ken Blanchard talks about how leaders can be less lonely as well as the make-up of a servant leader. Support the show SHOW NOTES SHARE SUBSCRIBE

HOPE International: Investing in Dreams of Families

SEASON 1: EPISODE 8 | April 23, 2019 HOPE International: Investing in Dreams of Families with Peter Greer “In its simplest form, Mission True organizations know why they exist and protect their core at all costs. They remain faithful to what they believe God has entrusted them to do.  They define what is immutable: their…
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Resisting The Urge To Rescue “Someone”

SEASON 1: EPISODE 7 | April 10, 2019 Resisting The Urge To Rescue “Someone” with Tamsin Hartley In this our first International episode, we discuss resisting the urge to rescue others with Tamsin Hartley, from Beverly, England, creator of The Listening Space (https://www.thelisteningspace.co.uk/tamsin). In The Listening Space, we are encouraged to gain awareness for ourselves…
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One Veteran’s Story: Reaching beyond the myth and nostalgia of World War II

SEASON 1: EPISODE 6 | March 26, 2019 One Veteran’s Story: Reaching beyond the myth and nostalgia of World War II with Thomas Fletcher As much as we may have liked to ignore the effects of that war on soldiers, the signs could not be dismissed and, decades later, the hidden anguish can still remain. …
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Michael Verde

Empathy: “to climb into someone’s skin and walk around in it”

SEASON 1: EPISODE 5 | March 13, 2019 Empathy: “to climb into someone’s skin and walk around in it” with Michael Verde In this program, STTIT co-founders interview Michael Verde, an award-winning teacher, documentarian, and the founder of Memory Bridge. Memory Bridge is a non-profit foundation dedicated to ending the emotional isolation of people with…
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“You are going to need to tell this story much longer than anyone is going to want to listen”

SEASON 1: EPISODE 3 | February 12, 2019 “You are going to need to tell this story much longer than anyone is going to want to listen” with Michael & Rebecca Kerrigone We’ve spent a lot of time trying to figure out what to call the people we listen to. Are they clients? Friends? Storytellers?…
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