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Beyond the tribal divisions of right and wrong: Exploring Restorative Engagement with Sophie Docker

Accidental Gods

Sophie Docker is a highly experienced workshop leader, facilitator and mediator working in organisations, education and community. She is Level 3 trained in restorative Justice and CNVC Certified Nonviolent Communication trainer with a number of other decision-making, dialogue communication and conflict engagement tools up her sleeve. She has a degree in Politics and Economics and a Postgraduate diploma in Law but most of her learning came from meditation, and wide and wild experiments in living, being in community, collaborating and organising in economic, social and environmental justice campaigns and movements. Sophie's approach is underpinned by Nonviolent Communication and Restorative Practice, which she has been working with since 2012. She is a Restorative Justice practitioner registered with the Restorative Justice council and a Certified Trainer with the Centre for Nonviolent Communication and brings a systemic lens to these approaches using them personally and professionally to engage with presenting issues.Sophie's work focuses on transforming internal and external domination systems and experiencing ourselves as essential to life, and as part of a complex adaptive living system.  Her work is influenced by relational neuroscience, transactional analysis, meditation, multiple conflict engagement modalities and a deep exploration into the dynamics of personal and structural power, privilege, violence and its impacts. In this episode, we explore the nature of our binary tribalism, our tendency to 'other' that which we don't understand and to become triggered when challenged.  And then, with Sophie's guidance and experience, we talk of the ways we can move beyond that - how she has learned and is learning to step beyond our age-old tools of domination and power-over, into something where we allow our own pain but don't feel the need to project it out - and by being different, allow different outcomes. Links: Restorative Engagement Forum: https://restorativeengagementforum.comOpen Edge: https://www.openedge.org.ukSophie's page on the Nonviolent Communication Training portal: https://nvctraining.com/nvc-trainer/sophie-docker

1hr 10mins

31 Aug 2022

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Asking confronting questions: The secret to telling a good story with You Can’t Ask That’s Kirk Docker

Straight Talk with Mark Bouris

Kirk Docker –– is a producer, documentary maker show creator and the co-creator of one of the most successful Australian TV formats in history, You Can’t Ask That. He’s pulled the curtain on society's fringes and has shown us the truth of who we really are.  The hit series is now in its 7th season and asks the questions you’re too scared to explore. The format that has been sold across the globe and in 9 different languages. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

1hr 11mins

13 Jul 2022

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Tour De France Unplugged Stages 4 to 9 - Cobbles, Hills, Mountains and Mitch Docker

Sigma Sports presents Matt Stephens Unplugged

From the cobbled flatlands of Flanders to the mixed surface mountain top finish of La Super Planche des Belle Filles, the first full week of the Tour de France did not disappoint. Matt Stephens has been to every stage and brings us his personal highlights. From getting Mitch Docker’s opinion on the Belgian fans to clearing out a supermarket of yoghurt drinks with Bradley Wiggins, there’s never a dull moment on this epic edition of the Tour de France Unplugged. Matt looks back at the racing too, and offers some hot tips for your Fantasy Tour de France team as the race heads into the Alps.

38mins

11 Jul 2022

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145 - Docker with Nick Janetakis

Code with Jason

This week, I'm joined by Nick Janetakis for a discussion about the basic concepts and terminology of Docker.Nick Janetakis.comNick Janetakis on GitHubNick Janetakis on TwitterDive into Docker

49mins

10 May 2022

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Leading From The Jumpseat | Peter Docker 410

Eternal Leadership

Peter Docker teaches people how to navigate the challenge of leadership. His latest book, Leading from the Jumpseat, delivers the message that leadership is about lifting people up and giving them the space they need so that, when the time is right, they can take the lead. Peter draws on his 25-year career in the Royal Air Force, and over 14 years spent partnering with businesses around the world, to inspire others to Lead from the Jumpseat. Find more on his website: https://www.leadingfromthejumpseat.com/

49mins

27 Apr 2022

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414: Jumpseat Leadership for Entrepreneurs with Peter Docker

The How of Business - How to start, run & grow a small business.

Jumpseat Leadership for entrepreneurs with Peter Docker. Peter’s amazing journey and experiences, and his approach and method of leadership called “Jumpseat Leadership” which is the topic of his latest book “Leading From The Jumpseat: How to Create Extraordinary Opportunities by Handing Over Control” which delivers the message that leadership is about lifting people up and giving them the space they need so that, when the time is right, they can take the lead in your small business. Henry Lopez is the host of The How of Business podcast – helping you start, run and grow your small business. The How of Business is a top-rated podcast for small business and entrepreneurs.

48mins

21 Mar 2022

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Leading From The Jumpseat With Peter Docker

The Allistair McCaw Podcast

In this episode, Allistair chats with author and speaker, Peter Docker. Together with Simon Sinek, Peter co-authored the book 'Find your Why'. He is also a former Royal Air Force senior officer. For more on Peter, go to www.leadingfromthejumpseat.com 

44mins

21 Feb 2022

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GitHub Codespaces & Docker with Benjamin Wood

Remote Ruby

[00:01:52] Ben introduces himself and tells us about a configuration he did with Docker. [00:09:24] Find out what GitHub Codespaces is all about. [00:18:20] Ben explains the demo he did on how to create a new repository. [00:22:56] Andrew tells Ben he feels like he might know how to set up a home network somehow, and what does Ben have to say about this?[00:26:01] Ben asks the guys if they’re using VSCode.[00:28:06] We learn how Ben and Andrew feel about the state of VSCode Ruby Extension.[00:31:03] Andrew talks about the RubyMine debug functionality and working with the new debug gem.[00:34:27] Ben wonders if Chris has tried the Vim extension in VSCode, Ben tells us about something that was added, and Andrew tells us he just started doing an online course learning Vim and VSCode.[00:39:08] Andrew asks Ben if there are any big cons with this remote kind of development environment that he’s got running, and a conversation about VSCode app on the iPad. [00:42:09] Find out where you can follow Ben and his adventures online.Panelists:Jason CharnesChris OliverAndrew MasonGuest:Benjamin WoodSponsor:HoneybadgerLinks:Ruby Radar NewsletterRuby Radar TwitterAndrew Mason WebsiteBenjamin Wood TwitterBenjamin Wood-GitHubHintGitHub CodespacesInoreaderProject Template- Benjamin Wood (GitHub)Dotfiles-Benjamin Wood (GitHub)JetBrains Remote DevelopmentSolargraph

43mins

4 Feb 2022

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RFT 560: RAF Pilot/Author Peter Docker

Ready For Takeoff - Turn Your Aviation Passion Into A Career

 Peter Docker is passionate about enabling people to unlock their natural talents and teaches leadership that is focused on commitment and human connection. This approach harnesses the collective wisdom of teams to generate extraordinary outcomes. Peter's commercial and industry experience has been at the most senior levels in sectors across more than 90 countries, including oil & gas, construction, mining, pharmaceuticals, banking, television, film, media, manufacturing and services. His clients include Google, Four Seasons Hotels, Accenture, American Express, ASOS, EY, NBC Universal and over 100 more. Having served for 25 years as a Royal Air Force senior officer, Peter has been a Force Commander during combat flying operations and has seen service across the globe. His career has spanned from professional pilot to leading an aviation training and standards organization, teaching postgraduates at the UK's Defence College, to flying the British prime minister around the world. Peter has also led multibillion-dollar international procurement projects and served as a crisis manager and former international negotiator for the UK government. A keynote speaker and facilitator, Peter presents around the world offering workshops and bespoke leadership programs. He also worked with Simon Sinek for over seven years and was one of the founding ‘Igniters’ on Simon’s team. He took his years of practical experience to co-author Find Your Why: A Practical Guide for Discovering Purpose for You and Your Team, with Simon Sinek and David Mead. Published in September 2017, it has been translated into more than 25 languages and has sold over 460,000 copies. 

31mins

1 Feb 2022

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GA 402 | Leading From the Jumpseat with Peter Docker

Gemba Academy Podcast: Lean Six Sigma | Toyota Kata | Productivity | Leadership

This week's guest is Peter Docker. Speaker, author, and former member of the Royal Air Force, Peter had a lot of very powerful leadership advice to share. He and Ron also specifically discussed Peter's book, Leading From the Jumpseat. An MP3 audio version of this episode is available for download here.In this episode you'll learn:  The quote that inspires Peter (2:40) Peter's background (3:25) His most intense moments in the military (5:38) About his book, Leading From the Jumpseat (13:20) What happens if the jumpseat pilot makes mistakes (18:20) The third theme of belonging (26:45) The story of Apollo 13 (30:32)Podcast Resources Right Click to Download this Podcast as an MP3 Leading From the Jumpseat on Amazon Peter's Website Peter on LinkedIn Peter on TwitterWhat Do You Think?How, as a leader, have you relinquished control? Share an example.

37mins

16 Dec 2021

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