Displaying episodes 31 - 60 of 104 in total
On #InVinoFab Ep. 59 we welcome Etta Jacobs to the pod. Etta is the Founder and Principal of Power in the Middle, an executive coaching and training organization that specifically focuses on empowering mid-level managers and their teams. Patrice & Etta talk about coaching, building a business, and facing realities at work.
Why do we love wine? Let us count the ways in episode no. 58 of #InVinoFab
On #InVinoFab episode #57 we welcome @SueBecks to the pod! We talk about continuous professional development (CPD) and how to grab microlearning on-the-go via our social networks. Also, we dig into how to create applied experiences to ensure our learners build up their digital literacies to ensure occupational success beyond the degree or university experience to be competitive in the job market. Then we think about the technologies we have used now and then... enjoy our chat!
On #InVinoFab episode no. 56, Laura & Patrice start the new year talking about moving to a new city and finding friends as an adult. Patrice moved to Boston, and Laura is packing for Seattle -- so they chat about how pack/move, find new friends and get connected, and what it means to relocate to a new city.
For the #InVinoFab podcast episode no. 55 we get into the courting of new job opportunities, applicants, and finding your cultural fit at work. Whether you’re recruiting for new talent or in search, to identify a potential new occupational fit for your career.
We're moving the podcast from Soundcloud to Transistor.fm this week -- and as we're away traveling for American Thanksgiving, we thought we'd include a mini-episode playback about the #CareerChangers we chatted with this year. Learn about the lessons learned and visit a few of these past episodes to hear advice on how they transitioned or pivoted in the world of work.
For #InVinoFab episode no. 54, we chatted with Sheila McNeill about all things creative, forging a new career path, learning communities, being an untethered consultant/academic, professional identities, and more.
On @InVinoFab episode no. 53, @profpatrice and @laurapasquini share a bit about our future travels this year to a few places where we might enjoy wine. Patrice is heading to Italy and Laura to New Zealand -- do you have suggestions for their travels?
On #InVinoFab episode no. 51, we chat with Echo Rivera about how she creates and encourages others to design more meaningful stories with our data and presentations.
In episode no. 51 of #InVinoFab we have a conversation with Whitney Kilgore about all things learning design, teaching, open education, and humanizing what it means to work/learn online and on remote teams.
For #InVinoFab episode no. 50, Patrice and Laura discuss a few articles related to sexism in the academy and how we can better support professional planning for women+ as career sponsors
On #InVinoFab episode no. 49, we talk to Dr. Janet Salmons about emerging research methods, and teaching and collaborative learning in the digital age.
In the mini-episode no. 48 of #InVinoFab we get to the bottom of WHY you are finding wine in cans.
On episode no. 47 of #InVinoFab, we talk to Soyla Santos, a higher education administrator by day and art lecturer by night about her art and positive thinking approach to supporting others.
On this #InVinoFab podcast episode no.45, Patrice & Laura share a bit about a wine, crime, and then some.
For #InVinoFab episode no. 45, we talk to Tara Hughes about an issue that you may have struggled with one in your professional life -- Imposter Syndrome!
For episode #44, this mini-episode highlights and offers gratitude to the 8 women who joined the #InVinoFab podcast to share their stories with us about their career transitions, pivots, and/or paths to and from higher education. We have learned so much from these #CareerChangers and we hope you do too! Thank you Diane, Kristin, Laura, Hannah, Helen, Valerie, Jaimie, and Carol.
For #InVinoFab episode no. 43, we chat about transferable skills a career in journalism can bring to #highered with Carol Hernandez @Carol_Ed_Dev It was great to be a “curious learner” as she shared about her love of organizational theory, research into #LatinX women in #HigherEd Education Development, & ways she supports teaching and learning on campus. Listen at: #women #storytelling #careers #CareerChanger #CareerAdvice #research #learning #design #theory #wine #podcast
On episode no. 42 of the #InVinoFab Pod, Laura & Patrice get ready for a long weekend with a “pairs well with...” segment all about Roséwave 🌹🌊!!
On #InVinoFab episode no. 41, we chat with Dr. Jaimie Hoffman (@JaimieLHoffman) who is the Director of Student Affairs and Learning for Noodle Partners where she works with campuses across the nation to create ecosystems of support and engagement that are inclusive of online master’s and doctoral students.
What Are Your Solutions for Gender Equality at Work in Higher Ed? In episode no. 40 of the #InVinoFab pod, Laura & Patrice reflect on hiring, promotion, and performance reviews in our workplace settings. As both are working in higher education, they share a bit about how to make gender equality is a solvable problem in our work in higher education
For episode no. 39 of the #InVinoFab podcast, we’re joined by guest Valerie Heruska. Valerie lives by the words of the great philosopher, Bruce Springsteen: “You can’t start a fire without a spark.” As a fellow native of New Jersey, herself, Val has been impacted and inspired by Bruce to find her own spark by trying new things and igniting her own passions in life.
For #InVinoFab episode no. 38 we have a brief chat about what’s caught our ear’s attention -- PODCASTS!!! Yes -- this is a podcast about podcasts -- specifically the podcasts we listen to, where/how we listen, making of podcasts, and even teaching/learning with podcasts.
In #InVinoFab podcast episode no. 37, we are joined by @DrHelenKara to talk about her work, life, and experiences with indie research, comics, and more! Helen Kara has been an independent researcher since 1999 and writes and teaches on research methods. She is not, and never has been, an academic, though she has learned to speak the language. In 2015 Helen was the first fully independent researcher to be conferred as a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences. She is also a Visiting Fellow at the UK's National Centre for Research Methods.
In this mini-episode of #InVinoFab, Patrice shares about her experience and lessons learned at the Diversity, Inclusion, & Belonging Conference https://dibconference.harvard.edu/ hosted on her campus. We appreciate when our organizations bring a community together to have challenging conversations about diversity and inclusion, but we agreed that a culture of belonging is something we need to embed into our daily practice at work.
In episode no. 35 we warmly welcome Dr. Hannah Gore (@HRGore) to the #InVinoFab podcast. Hannah Gore was invited to join Solera Holdings last year to design and develop their business school, initially launching to 46 countries across 26 companies, it is set to expand to 88 countries by the end of this year. During her 13 years at The Open University, Hannah developed content for circa 10 million learners worldwide on a variety of platforms including Amazon Kindle, Google, and iTunes U. When not working, earning multiple learning awards, or getting a number of degrees, she can be found in the kitchen cooking up vegan delights or on trails training and running ultras with her rescue dog Toby.
For #InVinoFab episode no. 34 we share some of our summer streaming as you might be kicking back this weekend yourself. Whether you’re enjoying a staycation, relaxing with your feet up, or on holidays where the weather might be crap, we thought we’d share something for you stream and enjoy on Netflix.
Laura Gogia, MD, Ph.D. designs, researches, and engages in faculty development for digital learner experiences in higher education and continuing education settings. In #InVinoFab episode #33: Laura shares about her “high career thrillist” path as she moves from medical school, to practicing surgical gynecologist, to fusion-style chef’s catering, non-profit coursework, trying out adult education, and engaging in research in evaluation for learning design. We talk about how we learn and figure out how to evolve with our careers, gain new skills, and find our way with community and kinship.
On #InVinoFab episode no. 32, @laurapasquini & @profpatrice talk about mo’ money planning. As money does not grow on trees, they share resources for identifying spending habits, resources for saving/investing, and getting started with enhancing your own financial literacy. There are ideas for saving money for the future, investing for retirement, and just reflecting on your own money habits. Enjoy!
For #InVinoFab podcast episode no. 31, we welcome Kristin Roe to share her story. Kristen is a leader in diversity, equity & inclusion practices within the child welfare sector in Ontario, Canada. It is through the lessons taught to her within grassroots social justice movements that have been the most profound in her knowledge & understanding of inequities in systems & structures. We talk open water swimming, systems, and more.