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Latest 12 Jun 2021 | Updated Daily

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Ep. 11: Drug & Alcohol Evaluations In Family Law Cases With Dr. Paul Herman

Donuts & Divorce: A Family Law Podcast

Dorothy is joined by Licensed Professional Therapist, Dr. Paul Herman, to address drug and alcohol addiction.  Dr. Paul Herman is a Psychotherapist and Clinical Evaluator at Allegheny Psychological and Counseling Services in Pittsburgh, PA.  He specializes in treating anxiety and depression, addictive disorders, and codependency and other relationship concerns. He has additional training in chemical dependency assessment and treatment, family systems work, and treating dual-diagnoses. Dorothy O'Neil, Esq. is a collaboratively-trained attorney and Co-Chair of the Family Law Group at Burns White. If you have any questions, please contact Dorothy O'Neil at donutsanddivorce@burnswhite.com. To learn more about Dorothy and the Family Law Group, visit burnswhite.com. Remember that the Donuts and Divorce Podcast is intended as a general reference, and is considered general advertising.  Any listener should check for changes in any applicable laws, and should consult with an attorney on any legal issue. No attorney-client relationship is formed by listening or participating in this podcast, the information provided does not constitute legal advice, and any thoughts or commentary by the podcasting lawyers is provided as a service to the community and does not constitute solicitation or legal advice. Any information provided is on an “as is” basis and the lawyer/law firm makes no warranties and disclaims all liabilities for damages resulting from its use. Nothing provided in the podcast should be considered a substitute for advice of competent counsel. In the event the podcast receives emails about the subject matter, no attorney-client relationship is created via that email communication.

44mins

9 Jun 2021

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How to Accelerate Your Digital Transformation, With Paul Herman

The CXM Experience

We all want to be customer centric. Everyone talks about putting the customer first, and making the customer number one. We all buy into the philosophy. But… how do we do it? I talk with Paul Herman, VP of Product Marketing at Sprinklr, about some specific steps you can take to make your customer-first efforts come to life.

9mins

12 Jan 2021

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The Real Potential of Digital Transformation, with Paul Herman

The CXM Experience

Every company is a digital company. Thanks to the high bar set by the world’s digital leaders, your customers come to you with a backpack full of high expectations. In order to be successful you need to meet those expectations. Today, Paul Herman (VP of Product Marketing at Sprinklr) and I explore the challenges and opportunities of true digital transformation, and what it means for your business.

16mins

11 Jan 2021

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Getting HIP to municipal bonds with R. Paul Herman from HIP Investor

The ESG Update

Looking for ESG data and ratings for the municipal bonds? R. Paul Herman, CEO of HIP Investor, has solutions! Paul joins the podcast this week to discuss HIP Investor’s analytics, ratings, and research on municipal bonds.  Paul also provides his perspective on the upcoming election and how the outcome may impact the growing ESG industry.   Change Finance, P.B.C. (Change Finance) is an independent investment adviser registered under the Investment Advisers Act of 1940, as amended. The opinions expressed herein are those of Change Finance, P.B.C. (Change Finance) and are subject to change without notice. HIP Investor Ratings LLC is a California limited liability company, providing 125,000+ ratings for investors, advisers, fund managers and retirement plans.  R. Paul Herman is a registered representative of  HIP Investor Inc.,  an investment adviser registered in the States of California, Washington, and Illinois, with clients across the USA. This is not an offer of securities. All investing has risks.  Past results are not indicative of future performance.

21mins

30 Oct 2020

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Episode 33 – HIP Investing: Making Money While Doing Good – With Paul Herman

Deep Impact Investing

There are many investing approaches you can use to invest in a way that will not only align with your goals, but also with your values. Today, Kimberly Griego-Kiel joins HIP Investor’s founder and CEO, Paul Herman, to explore his unique investing process. Paul discusses how HIP investing can pursue both human impact and profit … Continue reading Episode 33 – HIP Investing: Making Money While Doing Good – With Paul Herman →

39mins

7 Oct 2020

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Investing In A Sustainable Future - Paul Herman

The Green Podcast

Going Green host Dylan Welch sits down with Paul Herman, the founder and CEO of HIP Investor, an investment firm that focuses on building an investment portfolio that solves problems in Health, Wealth, Earth, Equality and Trust.Dylan and Paul talk about how the average person can get started in not only investing, but investing in sustainable companies that provide a positive return.Support the show (http://www.GoingGreenShow.com)

25mins

25 Aug 2020

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HIP Investor, monetary social impact & positive change (Paul Herman)

The Impactors Podcast

Episode #64 of Season 2 of The Social Impactors Podcast features #SocialImpactor Paul Herman, CEO & Founder of HIP Investor, where individuals portfolio's are invested to build a better world. HIP Investor is an investment firm that is a leader in impact investing. HIP manages money and income investment portfolios for investors and uniquely quantifies impact. Paul and I talk about using investments, assets, and impact portfolios to create and amplify positive social change in the world, what led Paul to found HIP Investor, and how everyone in the world can leverage their dollars to make more substantial social change in the world. Leave a #iTunes review to help new people find it! Link: https://apple.co/2WI5Ckn Email me if you have a special guest in mind that you want me to host on the podcast! Link: thesocialimpactors@gmail.com #SocialImpactEverywhere --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theimpactorspodcast/support

23mins

16 Apr 2020

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Make Bigger Profits by Building a Better World with Paul Herman

Billion Dollar Legacy

In This Episode We Discuss: How the HIP investor allows anyone with a $100 or more to make the world a better place by investing in “HIP” companies. Paul’s biggest entrepreneurs mistakes and challenges growing two successful companies. Finding a problem and being the change you want. About Paul Herman: Professor R. Paul Herman is a globally recognized leader in investing to pursue positive impact and profit. The HIP (Human Impact + Profit) Investor team advises investors and advisors on the impact and ESG (Environmental, social and governance) opportunities across 7,000 stocks, 100,000 bonds, and 2,000 funds, and manages the Higher Impact Portfolios, including fossil-fuel-free and great-place-to-work strategies. HIP's Impact ESG Ratings help drive the Newsweek Green Rankings and the Peter Drucker Index. Prof. Herman founded HIP Investor in 2006 to show that investments across all asset classes can solve human, social and environmental problems -- and can be more profitable and less risky than investing that is extractive of people, natural resources and trust. Prof. Herman's 2010 book (The HIP Investor; Make Bigger Profits by Building a Better World; published by John Wiley & Sons) is included in 27 university, MBA and MPA curricula worldwide on finance, capital markets and impact investing. Prof. Herman is a graduate of the Wharton School of Finance at the University of Pennsylvania, advised Boards and executives while with McKinsey and Company, found and funded social entrepreneurs at Ashoka.org, and shaped and measured impact investments at eBay founder Pierre Omidyar's Network. Herman is an advisor to the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB), Net Impact and Sustainable Brands. Prof. Herman's insights have been published in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Fortune, Forbes, BusinessWeek, CNN, Reuters, Morningstar.com and CNBC.

33mins

29 May 2019

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TREI Podcast – The Responsible Capitalist – Paul Herman

Responsible Capitalist Podcast

Hear Paul Herman and Carol Sanford, from two different perspectives tell you about the five arenas that predict success in financial and social terms. Reported in more depth in  Carol’s book The Responsible Business and Paul’s book and company, The HIP Investor (Human Impact Profit and High Impact Portfolio).  !function(d,s,id){var js,fjs=d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0],p=/^http:/.test(d.location)?'http':'https';if(!d.getElementById(id)){js=d.createElement(s);js.id=id;js.src=p+'://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js';fjs.parentNode.insertBefore(js,fjs);}}(document, 'script', 'twitter-wjs');lang: en_USThe post TREI Podcast – The Responsible Capitalist – Paul Herman appeared first on Carol Sanford.

27mins

20 Aug 2014

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Wise Words 17 - Paul Herman

Frequency Podcast

You’ve probably heard of Church Copyright Licensing International – perhaps by the more commonly-used acronym CCLI. The growing popularity of worship music has resulted in a greater interest by songwriters and, therefore, an influx of worship songs – good, bad, or indifferent.Paul Herman, our friend and Marketing Director at CCLI, provides the weekly dose of wisdom. This excerpt is drawn from a conversation we had with him as part of The Songwriter’s Cafe back in 2012. Paul has remarkable perspective on the landscape of worship music and what it takes for a song to resonate with the Church. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

4mins

13 Aug 2014

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