How digital transformation is creating better work life balance for the deskless workforce with Phil Cook
Reimagined Workforce - Workforce Transformation
In this episode, Phil Cook shares his thoughts on how digital transformation can lead to better work life balance that delivers mutually beneficial outcomes for organisations and the people in them.He shares his perspective on where we are heading in the future and how we might ensure the best possible outcomes.He talks about how we can work with technology to leave repetitive tasks to machines to free up time for more meaningful and enjoyable work.Phil Cook on LinkedInKath Hume on LinkedInThe Reimagined Workforce podcast is brought to you by Workforce Transformations Australia Pty. Ltd.All opinions expressed are the speaker's and not the organisations they represent.If you have a story about a workforce transformation to share and would like to be a guest on this podcast, please contact us at email@example.com.Connect with Kath Hume on LinkedIn
Phil Cook’s Spiritual Helpline (From Bon Iver, Hiss Golden Messenger, & Megafaun to Gospel Glory)
The True Tunes Podcast
After being affiliated with Bon Iver, Hiss Golden Messenger, and Megafaun – and releasing a series of his own acclaimed solo projects, multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, and producer Phil Cook surprised many with the launch of his new roots gospel label, Spiritual Helpline, and producing a rousing new live roots Gospel album by North Carolina local legends, The Branchettes. Though the group was formed over a half-century ago, they never recorded a live album until now. The soul-stirring experience was captured in the documentary film, Stay Prayed Up, which is currently available on demand and is screening at film festivals around the country. Cook – who is forty years younger than the last surviving original member of the group – now says the only records he will buy are Gospel records. He has found his purpose. We'll hear all about Phil Cook's amazing musical journey – from his youth in northern Wisconsin to his migration to North Carolina with his creative community – to pursuing his love of Gospel up close and personal. What started with a keyboard session for The Blind Boys of Alabama has commandeered his whole creative path and he could not be more thrilled. When we crank up the Jukebox, we will dive deeper into Mother Perry's story from the film and will listen more closely to the live album she made with Cook and his insanely good band. Full Show Notes, Music List, and a special Phil Cook and Friends Playlist are available HERE or at TrueTunes.com/StayPrayedUp. If you would like to support the show, please consider joining our Patreon community or dropping us a one-time tip and check out our NEW MERCH! (And if you liked this episode, don't miss our previous Gospel explorations. Myron Butler discussed the legacy of Andrae Crouch with us (and we featured Aretha's "Amazing Grace" on the Jukebox) and DOE Jones joined us to talk about her long-anticipating contemporary Gospel debut - plus Aaron "A-Train" Smith join us to talk about Stevie Wonder in the 70s.)
Musician and human laser beam of positive energy Phil Cook comes to the woods in Alabama for an intimate conversation by the creek. We talk everything from space and swing, to dad’s ski tapes, to getting diagnosed with ADHD at 40, and learning to respect the power of plants. It’s been a big time of reflection and setting new direction. Welcome to Phil’s big, beautiful world. You're part of the family now. Watch Phil’s new documentary Stay Prayed Up and listen to his new album All These Years. He’s on IG @philcookmusic. More podcasts at MauraJames.com and IG @maurajames. [“All These Years” - Phil Cook]
On this edition of the Fluid Fan Podcast, Angela Ruggiero is joined by Phil Cook, CMO of the WNBA to discuss all things marketing and innovation. Phil will discuss the success of the league's 25th season, the recent capital raise of $75 million, the league's recent innovative partnerships, and the power of the players' voices and platforms. Hear how the league is working to create a more accessible and better experience for its fans, and how the league is leaning into purpose-driven conversations. Phil touches on what the future of the league could hold and gives a preview into WNBA All-Star Weekend in Chicago.
Phil Cook looks at Psalm 32 as we continue to journey towards Easter at our Sunday service, Sunday 10th April 2022. Phil spoke on Psalm 32 and drew out some valuable, life changing lessons King David learnt and what they mean for us today. For more information about who we are, what we believe and how you can get involved, please visit our website
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It’s been a long road, but Phil Cook has slowly but surely become one of the most important voices in modern Americana. On his latest LP All These Years, Cook takes it back to his roots – just a man and his piano – and the sublime results are the most honest work of his career. Eduardo and Kevin discuss this quiet masterpiece, the WHY of the return of Discologist, and share tracks by Oceanator and Poco that made them fall in love with music all over again on the beginning of the next chapter of the greatest music podcast that ever was. Hi. Hello. How are you? It’s really great to see you. We missed you. 💛 Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/discologist. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
How do I pivot when life gets too hard AFTER ETSing With Vetprenuer Phil Cook
Vertical Momentum Resiliency Podcast
Have you struggled after getting out of the service? Did COVID-19 crush your business? Vetprenuer Phil Cook tell us how to overcome imposter syndrome in life and business.To listen say Alexa or Google Assistant or Siri play Vertical Momentum Podcast or click here>> https://anchor.fm/richard-kaufman6/episodes/How-do-I-pivot-when-life-gets-too-hard-AFTER-ETSing-With-Vetprenuer-Phil-Cook-e19f5j5Top 3 Knowledge Bombs 💣 1) The War doesn’t end when we come home.2) How to start and run a successful business AFTER serving this great nation.3) How to prepare your mind and body to start getting fit again and maybe start hiking and rucking. We talk in depth about Robert Garcia Jason Lane Curtis Irreverent Warriors Memories of HonorThank you to our sponsor Carrie Murray Beavers of Soldier Girl Coffee Company for making amazing coffee and helping support the mission to save lives.Thank you to our Team William Maitre Patrick Burt Ginger N David Daniel Curry Podc Ast Promote R Kennedy Page TEAMWORK MAKES THE DREAM WORK.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/richard-kaufman6/support