Words and Work - Jim McLaughlin, President of UFCW Local 99
Words and Work
Ted Prezelski interviews Jim McLauglin, President of the United Food and Commercial Workers Local 99. UFCW Local 99 primarily organizes workers in the retail sector in Arizona as well as parts of New Mexico and Utah. Ted and Jim talk about the challenges faced by his members during COVID, as well as organizing efforts at Amazon and in the marijuana industry. NOTE: I was told that another episode was uploaded in place of this one. This is the correct episode.
Season 1 - Transcending Failure and Transformational Leadership with Jim McLaughlin - Episode 10
Wisdom of Friends with Kal Aras
Over the past 20 years, Jim McLaughlin has been on a journey to reinvent everything in his life. He had to. Nothing was working. All his strategies for "making it" in life were tapped out, or based on weak assumptions. From being an unemployed, divorced, lonely, and cynical man at mid-life, Jim has gone on to explore three different career paths and created a family: an AMAZING wife and two wonderful teenage boys. He's settled on Executive Coaching and Management Consulting as the career he was born and bred for, helping business owners and their managers go beyond the obstacles that stand in the way of their success. Along the way he's led a community leadership program administered by CSU San Marcos, founded TEDxTemecula, a locally organized TED event (now in its sixth year), founded a Toastmasters club and a Gavel club for teens, served on the board of trustees at his church and was recently elected president of the Temecula Valley Symphony. He even MC'd a fashion show this past spring Jim is a native of southern California and received a Bachelor of Science degree in Geology from the University of the Pacific and went on to work on offshore oil platforms prior to beginning work on his master's degree. He then switched from petroleum geology to engineering geology, helping to make the ground we live and work on, safe. He worked also in software development as a programmer and then project manager, developing training programs for Fortune 100 companies. He received a Master of Business Administration in 2005 from San Diego State University.
Show 7: Rack Stacker Food Plots, Fishing with Big Jim McLaughlin and More
Angler & Hunter Radio
On the show this week: Food plots and attractants with Steve Elmy from Rack Stacker. Big Jim McLaughlin drops by to talk to host Randy Jennings about fishing. Ontario OUT of DOORS‘ What’s Cooking with Andrew Rochon The OFAH Fish and Wildlife Corner and news from the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry.
Canadian Fishing Icon "Big" Jim McLaughlin - S1 E49
One More Cast Sport Fishing Podcast
Of all the Big Jim's out there, Jim McLaughlin is the biggiest... Jim is a true man of the people, and always has time to teach a new angler, take a picture with a new friend, and even share his daily routine on social media with those follow him. In just a short time of chatting I found the familiarity of how we talked to be comforting, like talking fishing with an old friend. But, that's Big Jim; he is just that kind of guy. We meandered through talking about his career angling, and a very serious message about preventative checkups with your doctor; heck we even chatted about the new vacuum Jim bought recently, and his new home. In this episode, we right the ship and just talk fishing. Jim knows his stuff, and shares with us a lot about his work with Shimano, and spares some time to tell us about the fine work of past guest Dr. Bruce Tufts. Tune in for a great big of fish talk from a man who sure can talk. Listen on Stitcher: One More Cast on Stitcher Listen on TuneIn Radio: One More Cast on TuneIn Radio Subscribe on iTunes: One More Cast on iTunes Episode Resources: Just Fishing with Big Jim McLaughlin: Just Fishing Follow Just Fishing with Big Jim McLaughlin: On Facebook Shimano Fishing: Shimano Fishing
"Big" Jim McLaughlin of Just Fishing with - S1 E48
One More Cast Sport Fishing Podcast
For folks who grew up in Ontario, there is probably no more well known fishing figure than "Big" Jim McLaughlin. He's not "on the TV" famous, but rather a legendary tournament angler, and huge ambassador not only for Shimano, but for the sport of fishing in Canada as a whole. In Ontario at least, you don't have to go far to meet this gentle giant. Jim spends a great deal of his time speaking to clubs, and appearing at trade shows; he's no spring chicken, but "Big" Jim makes a regular pilgrimage from small town Eastern Ontario to wherever he's speaking next. You've got a unique opportunity to witness my first ever talk with Jim. I'd never met him, and admittedly, didn't know as much about him as I probably should have. However, you'll quickly see what kind of person Jim is by how casually he speaks, and how eagerly he shares his personal life with us. You'll find much of this episode is less about fishing, and more about the man himself, and that's the way we like to tell stories. It took little prompting to have Big Jim tell us all about his recent health issues, and he shares a heartfelt message to our listeners. This man is a one of a kind, and I'm glad I had the opportunity to speak with him so personally. Listen on Stitcher: One More Cast on Stitcher Listen on TuneIn Radio: One More Cast on TuneIn Radio Subscribe on iTunes: One More Cast on iTunes Episode Resources: Just Fishing with Big Jim McLaughlin: Just Fishing Follow Just Fishing with Big Jim McLaughlin: On Facebook Shimano Fishing: Shimano Fishing
Coach Jim McLaughlin, the outstanding women's volleyball coach at Notre Dame University, joins the podcast to discuss building a team culture, offering feedback, and coaching at a Catholic university. #catholicschoolmatters
Today's guest is Jim McLaughlin, Senior Vice President Troon Privé Operations. We discuss Jim's history and learn how Troon Privé works. A fascinating discussion blossomed from a curveball I threw at Jim, asking him what clubs could do to avoid needing his company to save them. I got a REAL answer. He didn’t try to tow the company line or dance around the question…Jim gave me a raw and honest answer that literally nailed it.Jim gave some spot on advice on how clubs can attract younger generation