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14 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Jack Green. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Jack Green, often where they are interviewed.

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14 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Jack Green. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Jack Green, often where they are interviewed.

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#23: Mental health in depth with Jack Green, Joe Fuggle and Darcey Kuypers

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Alex Seftel is joined by athletes Jack Green, Joe Fuggle and Darcey Kuypers for an in-depth discussion on mental health, covering everything from pressure to burnout and comparison to wellbeing within the sport.

Jack is a two-time Olympian and a long-time advocate for speaking out about depression. Joe is an English Schools-winning 400m hurdler who recently founded a platform called 'The Athlete Place', aimed at improving mental health. Darcey, who runs an Instagram page called 'Not Just Physical', is an international sprinter who has battled with anxiety disorders from a young age.

Looking for help or guidance? Check out the 'Supporting Mental Health' section of englandathletics.org.
Nov 18 2020 · 30mins
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#052 From Breakdown to Breakthrough: The journey of GB Olympic athlete, Jack Green

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Jack Green is a British sprint athlete who specialises in the 400m distance, along with the hurdles and the 4 × 400m relay. 

He is a double Olympian, competing for GB at the 2012 London and 2016 Rio de Janeiro Summer Olympic Games. And he is a World & European Medalist. He has achieved a lot, but in the shadows was struggling with his mental health.

Jack, a top 10 high-performance elite athlete, took it upon himself to move away from the spotlight and focus on his mental health after a breakdown. He was diagnosed with depression, bi-polar tendencies and anxiety shortly after the 2012 London Olympics.

After therapy, he realised his drive for perfection in the sporting world came only from external reasons and there was no internal reward for him.

Now, years later, Jack is a public speaker, an ambassador for MIND, Young Minds and has worked with the government on elite sport mental health reform. He is also a well-being consultant for BBC Studios.

We hope you enjoy hearing about Jacks story.

Oct 19 2020 · 1hr 15mins

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The Unofficial Podcast: Jack Green

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With COVID-19 causing havoc with pretty much everything in the world, we also had to stop recording the official podcast.

BUT!

Sam Roberts, Ed Slater and Mark Atkinson decided to get together (via zoom!) and voluntarily pull the podcast together themselves!

On this episode, Olympian, Jack Green joins the show to discuss his careers with the trio.
Jun 09 2020 · 47mins
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Kindness Interview Jack Green

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Jack Green talks about kindness for mental health awareness week, interviewed by Saul James.
May 24 2020 · 38mins
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The Price of Privacy: What Really Goes into Safeguarding From Cyber Attack with Jack Green and Jonathan Kimmit

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There’s no escaping the spread of technology in our everyday lives. Whether we’re using our phones, cars, or credit cards, digital information is all around us. That information, just like physical possessions, is prone to theft. Privacy and security of invisible data are just as important as protecting a home, and yet, many schools and organizations fail to invest in their IT departments, the defenders of the institution’s most prized asset—its users.

What are the real risks of not properly armoring your university, business, or corporation from cyber-attack? Answering that question on this podcast is Jonathan Kimmit, Chief Information Security Officer at The University of Tulsa, and Jack Green, Solutions Leader at Pinnacle Business Systems. As part of National Cyber Security Awareness Month, the pair dive into how individuals and organizations can take actionable steps to armor themselves against hacks and data breaches.

Regardless of how much money is spent on cyber-security, Jonathan says “A 30 cent decision of clicking on a link can bypass a $10,000 security control in a heartbeat.” In that regard, privacy and security education is at the heart of strong IT security. Arm students and employees with skill sets and knowledge as the first line of defense against breaches.

“No one person has all the answers, and no one person can do it all,” said Jack of leaning too heavily on a few IT staff for privacy and security defense. Instead, make the IT staff a vital, contributing part of an organization’s higher leadership, rather than “silo,” off the IT department from an organization. By integrating IT into a greater company conversation, the role of security is shared by all those it effects.

Recounting real world stories of security breaches, while delivering insider industry insight, Jack and Jonathan give actionable tips on how IT departments can do better and prepare for the future.

Jan 13 2020 · 1hr 3mins
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IT Innovation in Education Systems with Todd Borland and Dr. Jack Green

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On this episode of On Air with Pinnacle, Host James Kent spoke with Todd Borland, Executive Director of Technology, Union Public Schools, Tulsa, OK, and Dr. Jack Green, Solutions Leader for PK-12 and Higher Education Partners, Pinnacle Business Systems about the evolving role of IT departments in education systems, from helping start eSports leagues in the schools, to issuing electronic diplomas and transcripts via secure data methods like Blockchain. Borland started off the conversation with his experience of starting the first eSports league in the Oklahoma K-12 education system. In a short period of time, the league has grown to over 30 Oklahoma school districts participating, with more than 1,000 kids involved.

What Borland discovered, was the eSports league increased social interaction amongst kids who had traditionally shied away from other sports, even if they participated only as spectators. For other IT departments that may want to help their schools start up their own eSports league, Borland said there were many community resources and vendors available who be more than happy to assist you.

Borland sees his IT role in the education system as more than just keeping the network up and running; it’s to provide solutions to help educate kids, and innovative ideas to make education processes run smoother. One of those ideas Borland discussed was using secure Blockchain technology to provide his school district’s diplomas and transcripts electronically. One of the benefits of this was to provide a quick, and secure way to give students, as early as the sophomore level, access to their transcripts so they could see how their grades fit into the overall picture. If they want to have a conversation with a guidance counselor about their grades, they now have quick access to that information. The security blockchain provides helps protect that diploma and those transcripts from being tampered with.

Jan 13 2020 · 28mins
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Live A Legacy Life - Jack Green

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Legacy 2019 Pt.1
Oct 27 2019 · 41mins
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Rise Up - Jack Green

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Jul 21 2019 · 41mins
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IT in the Classroom: "It Just Has to Work" with Dr. Jack Green of Pinnacle Business Systems

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Paper and pencils are out, laptops and tablets are in. Today’s students utilize a wealth of technology in the classroom but ensuring that the network and connected devices run smoothly can be a challenge for education IT professionals. On today’s EdTech Podcast, Dr. Jack Green, education & government solutions leader at Pinnacle Business Systems, shared his thoughts on issues within the sector.

For Dr. Green, cybersecurity is at the forefront of his mind. Ransomware attacks on school networks in Oklahoma and Florida have forced districts to pay over a million dollars to hackers. The key to safeguarding against these threats is to reinforce the people part of the equation.

“I think of [cybersecurity] as a triangle of people, processes, and technology,” Dr. Green explained, saying that bad actors target people as they are the easiest to probe. By requiring more rigorous passwords and credentialing, IT teams can better enhance security. Also, both a user-friendly onboarding and off-boarding process can help ensure that accounts aren’t compromised.

From his experience, Dr. Green sees a strain on IT departments at schools. There’s a massive request for their time, and the scope of cybersecurity challenges alone is so large that it’s difficult for teams to manage it all.

So what can help?

Dr. Green said that to make IT work properly, it’s essential for schools to team up with excellent outside IT partners (i.e., gear providers) who can be crucial in delivering timely, efficient and effective solutions.

At Pinnacle Business Systems, Dr. Green and his colleagues focus on meeting the needs of students so that they can fulfill their positive potential. “IT just has to work,” he said. “To compete and win in a global society, we can’t afford downtime; we can’t afford things not working.”

To learn more about Pinnacle Business Systems, you can head to their website or call toll-free at 866-PINNACLE.

Jul 18 2019 · 20mins
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JGP – 68 – Evangelist Jack Green – Midnight Cries

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