2020/21 Player Ratings and a Farewell to Jags and Simon Moore (& JL7)
BladesPod - The Sheffield United Podcast
Ben and Andrew give their thanks to the departing Simon Moore before giving a rating to every player in the squad for the completed 2020/21 season - the good, the bad, and the very ugly - including some fond words for Phil Jagielka bowing out as a Blade.Thanks for listening to this mammoth pod, and UTB!
Episode 20 Pre Diploma Practical Simon Moore FWCF & Daniel Bennett AWCF CertEd
The Lockdown Farriery Podcast
Last year the British Farriers and Blacksmiths Association (BFBA) launched "Dip Tips" as a way to create bite size information to diploma candidates in the UK. This year they have done it again and published some brilliant tips straight from the Examiners mouth! These tips are essential not just for the Diploma exam but any exam, test or assessment.I am joined by Simon Moore FWCF who is not just an examiner, but also had a long successful career as an Approved Training Farrier.
Simon Moore | Politics and climate with Alex Sobel, MP for Leeds North West
Simon Moore is an environmental activist and science communicator from Leeds, in the UK. In this episode he chats to his local member of parliament (MP), Alex Sobel, about politics and the climate crisis. Alex is MP for Leeds North West, Shadow Minister for Tourism, and Chair of the Net Zero All-Party Parliamentary Group. The conversation covers how Alex got into politics and his views on political cronyism and corruption during the Covid pandemic. They discuss his hopes for COP26 and the private members’ bill he helped to craft with Extinction Rebellion – the Climate and Ecological Emergency Bill. They also discuss the controversial expansion of Leeds Bradford Airport, and approval of the first deep UK coal mine for more than 30 years, in Cumbria. Simon also asks about the role of the new Mayor for West Yorkshire, which Labour MP Tracy Brabin is standing for in the upcoming local elections in May. And finally, Alex offers advice to activists who want to influence and work alongside their own elected representatives. --- You can follow @Simon_C_Moore and @AlexSobel on Twitter ---- Music was provided by Tom DaySupport the show: https://www.climactic.fm/p/support-the-collective/
Episode 12 Science-Dissertations De-Bunked...... Simon Moore FWCF
The Lockdown Farriery Podcast
Simon is a renowned lecturer and works as a referral and collective farrier for vets in Devon and Cornwall.His particular are of interest is in foals, performance horses and their individual shoeing solutions.He sat his Fellowship exam a few years ago and is very proactive within the Farriery industry.We sat down for an informative chat about the subject he researched for his thesis.Read Simon’s dissertation here:https://www.wcf.org.uk/fwcf-thesis?tid=c1d78f062752b4e994b1ace6716885baf8680f93f8983291b5e8db8fb374d262
Simon Moore: NZ First's immigration policy would severely affect numerous industries
Early Edition with Kate Hawkesby
New Zealand First's proposed immigration 'reset' is raising questions.It's launched its election campaign, with leader Winston Peters saying the party would cap immigration at 15,000 people per year- and those places would only go to highly-skilled workers.Immigration advisor Simon Moore told Kate Hawkesby the economy needs overseas workers to function."The thing is that you can't just magic people up."We've still got over 200,000 people on work visas, which goes to show that we don't have the people here."He says this cap will severely affect industries that have failed to attract Kiwi workers. "Aged care workers did quite a significant pay increase, but it didn't attract New Zealanders into that sector."
Simon Moore | Activism and Academia — Professor Julia Steinberger, IPCC Author
Simon Moore, a climate activist and science communicator, brings us another dispatch from Leeds in England. As a contributor to Climactic, he’s told stories of Extinction Rebellion protests, community activist groups and the first UK Climate Change Citizens’ Jury. In this episode Simon discusses the boundary between activism and academia with Professor Julia Steinberger from the University of Leeds. Julia Steinberger is an IPCC lead author and Professor of Ecological Economics. She studies the relationship between the use of resources (such as fossil fuels) and the performance of societies. Simon and Julia talk about the role of scientists in our society, how researching and publishing the facts may not be enough in the face of climate crisis, and how being an outspoken academic has affected Julia's career in science. Image credit: Saphie Coffey-BrittainSupport the show: https://www.climactic.fm/p/support-the-collective/
In this episode we speak with Sheffield United Goalkeeper Simon Moore. Simon has played over 150 games with Brentford, Cardiff City, Bristol City and Sheffield Utd.In this podcast we talk about a goalkeepers personality off and on the pitch, can somebody with a reserved personality be a great goalkeeper?Simon along with host Jim Hollman give young goalkeepers some great advice on this topic.Bringing you real talk, real advice from the world of goalkeeping.ProGKP 'Covering all angles'www.progkp.com
Wax Lyrical, Business as Unusual | with Marketing Society's Gemma Greaves and Dr Simon Moore
The Marketing Society podcast
MARKETING SOCIETY CEO GEMMA GREAVES ON LEADERSHIP IN DIFFICULT TIMES AND BEHAVIOURAL SCIENTIST DR SIMON MOORE ON UNDERSTANDING CONSUMER BEHAVIOUR IN LOCKDOWNThe Wax/On team’s Business as Unusual special podcast episodes continue as they meet up by Zoom for web chats. Mark speaks to our own CEO Gemma Greaves about the mood amongst the Society’s membership right now, how we’re pivoting at pace to support the community, she talks candidly about dealing with her imposter syndrome, what she’s learned from great marketing leaders, and what she will miss when she steps down from her role. Meanwhile Paul and Cairen chat to Dr Simon Moore, CEO of Innovation Bubble and a Chartered Business and Consumer Psychologist who specialises in uncovering emotional and personality influences on behaviour. He explains how brands should respond to the current situation with consumers shifting from gain to maintain. He explains why if brands go silent consumers will believe they are lacking in confidence; how marketers should be leading with more emotional messages, and why our current communications should make the consumer feel more in control.