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# CANNABIDIOL Part 2 - Cure-all or Cure nothing? With Dr. Ruth Ross

Hashtag Health: A Health and Medical Podcast

Anxiety, inflammation, insomnia, OH MY! It seems like every day there's a new use for CBD oil, even for your furry pets! This is part 2 of our series on CBD. In this episode we look at all the popular uses for CBD with Dr. Ross and what has the best research behind it. Also, if anyone listens to Sawbones I hope you appreciate that reference.

21mins

14 Jan 2021

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BofC Live with Dr. Ruth Ross

BofC Live

This past October, The Business of Cannabis partnered with Canada 2020, on a policy conference called Canadian Grown.On this episode, Jay and Alex Patterson (Executive Director, Canada 2020) spoke with Dr. Ruth Ross, from the University of Toronto. Ross is a professor and chair of the department of pharmacology and toxicology at the University of Toronto.

11mins

21 Nov 2019

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BSP 029: Coming Alive by Ruth Ross

Best Seller Podcast

In her book, Coming Alive: The Journey to Reengage Your Life and Career, Ruth Ross talks about her personal decision to leave her corporate job in Human Resources after a thirty-year career as she was able to self-diagnose her disengagement in the workplace. She cites a Gallup poll putting employee disengagement at 87% globally – 68.5% in the U.S. alone, but what is engagement? Ross also states the different levels of disengagement, caused by a number of factors, such as frustration. However, this problem is not exclusive to employees. Managers can also become disengaged and they’ll have a hard time turning things around with their employees when the problem is prevalent at the top. Companies can turn it around, but they need to acknowledge the problem first. Bosses need to understand where their employees are on the spectrum and talking to their employees goes a long way in turning things around. Ross’ adage is, “if you’re a dead battery, you can’t charge others.” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

15mins

4 Nov 2019

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All Prosperity | Ruth Ross | Quote Series #013

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All Prosperity | Ruth Ross | Quote Series #013

12mins

13 Jun 2019

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Dan’s Sister Ruth Ross and growing up in Nigeria

Assist News Service Podcast

Ruth Ross – Dan Wooding’s sister – talks with Dan about their missionary parents, Alfred and Anne Wooding, who met and married in Nigeria. In this picture, Dan and Ruth are in the back yard of their Liverpool home.Note: Please help Assist News Service to be a voice for Christians around the world. Donate to ANS today

25mins

8 Feb 2019

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Ruth Ross shares how to get re-engaged with your passion

Connie Pheiff Show

Have you ever looked in the mirror and asked yourself "who is that person staring at me"?  What happens when you get derailed from the life you wanted to have?  Ruth Ross reached that point in her life and had to turn it around to get re-engaged.  Ruth Ross shares her 5 steps in how to become re-engaged with your passion.   Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

26mins

18 Jul 2016

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31: Ruth Ross goes "all in" for better coworker relationships [podcast]

What's Your "And"?

Ruth Ross learned how to play poker at age 10 from her father. Little did she realize that it would give her the skills to develop into a Human Resources executive. Combined with her love of travel, she’s played poker all over the world — from Las Vegas to Monte Carlo. In this episode, Ruth talks about how poker gives her the ability to work on her “gut instinct” to read others, which is often very useful in dealing with office issues. She parallels employee engagement with poker, saying that we’re each dealt a hand at work and we need to decide whether to fold or go “all in”. Ruth is an engagement evangelist, speaker, and author at R Squared Resources. She wrote the book “Coming Alive: The Journey to Reengage Your Life and Career”. Prior to this, Ruth spent 30 years as a Human Resources professional, working her way up to Executive Vice President. She graduated from Syracuse University with a BS in Human Development and Business. She later went on to get her MS in Counseling from Northeastern University.

30mins

8 Jun 2016

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Ruth Ross - Reflections and Recalculations

Denise Griffitts - Your Partner In Success™ Radio!

Denise Griffitts interviews author, speaker, and engagement evangelist Ruth Ross.A journey with a destination that only you can choose. A journey that will ignite your life and refuel your career.Corporate leaders, midcareer professionals, entrepreneurs and others have sought Ruth Ross out as their guide because she took this journey herself. To her amazement, she realized she was not alone in her feelings of disenfranchisement, anxiety, boredom and apathy.Then, she did what many of us think about but rarely do: Stop. Reassess. And commit to the life she wanted to lead.The result is that Ruth created resources to help leaders identify whether the “disengagement disease” is infecting their organizations — or even themselves.As a successful HR executive for top Fortune 500 companies, she realized she felt held hostage by the trappings that come with a “big job.” She was an influencer at her company, yet she felt invisible. Perhaps even more debilitating, she recognized that her work no longer excited her.After putting a name to these feelings and admitting she was disengaged, she set off on a new path as an advocate for treating this affliction.If Ruth’s story strikes a chord with you, join her on a journey toward reengaging your life and career. You won’t have to pack for this trip. In fact, you’ll end up discarding baggage that might be holding you back from coming alive.

59mins

8 Apr 2016

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Ruth Ross: Diagnosing Work Disengagement and Solutions for Reigniting the Spark

The Female Insight Zone

With 30 years experience as a human resources executive for top Fortune 500 companies, Ruth Ross has used her knowledge to finetune her theory on engagement in the workplace. In this podcast, she will talk about how engagement is key in raising productivity, and some tips for both manager and employee to improve engagement.Ruth relates here the disengagement she herself experienced while working as a top executive, and how she used this realization as the foundation to build her now successful consulting firm.She shares her proven “Alive” program, which is a 5-step program that has been proven to increase employee and manager engagement with little to no cost.To top it off, she talks about her acclaimed book “Coming Alive: The Journey To Reengage Your Life And Career”, where she talks in-depth of good engagement practices that can be used in the workplace and everyday life.In this episode, you’ll learn:• How the engagement crisis is costing businesses in the United States billions of dollars a year.• How to recognize the signs of disengagement.• No-cost steps to reengage employees and managers.Tweetables:• Each of us individually needs to be our own CEO. We need to be our own Chief Engagement Officer.• I wanted people to understand that you cannot compartmentalize your life. That what happens at work affects you at home, and vice versa.Big Takeaways:• Disengagement in the workplace is becoming a widespread problem in the United States and around the world. Unless managers and corporations take active steps to solve it, it will continue to affect productivity and profits every year.• Disengagement is something most people experience in their life. The first step to solving this crisis is by owning that feeling. After that, realizing your passions and dealbreakers will help you move forward in your career.• The major solution to disengagement is by getting back to the basics of connecting, especially between manager and employee. Managers have a really important role in improving their employees’ engagement, but they cannot actively engage others without helping themselves first.Related Links & References:• Ruth Ross’s official website: http://www.ruthkross.com/• Coming Alive: The Journey to Reengage Your Life and Career: http://www.ruthkross.com/the-book/• Ruth’s Twitter handle: https://twitter.com/ruthkross• Ruth’s Facebook page: https://web.facebook.com/RuthKRossEngagementThoughtLeader• Gallup’s Q12 survey results on employee engagement: http://www.gallup.com/services/169328/q12-employee-engagement.aspx Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

26mins

7 Apr 2016

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Bizcast :: Ruth Ross, Coming Alive

Bizcast

Ruth Ross author of "Coming Alive" talks with Kevin Craine host of Bizcast about her book and the principles that she has followed throughout her career in HR at companies like Wells Fargo and Charles Schwab.Visit http://www.c-suitebookclub.com to learn more about Ruth Ross  and our other best-selling authors.Bizcast is part of C-Suite Radio, a division of C-Suite Network. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

15mins

30 Jun 2015