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Joe Monaghan

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7: On Aon’s Public Sector Partnership with Joe Monaghan

On Aon

Governments around the world are becoming increasingly aware of the power of partnering with private sector companies such as Aon to combat pandemics, climate change, cyber attacks and more. On this episode of “On Aon,” host Alex Lewis welcomes Aon’s Public Sector Partnership CEO Joe Monaghan for a discussion about the critical value of joining private and public sector forces to make a real impact. Joe shares a high-level view of the opportunities that these partnerships create as well as the key to Aon’s successful delivery of their most innovative initiatives. Joe shares the inspiring work that Aon is doing to make the world a better place. [1:02]Lessons learned from collaborations between government and the private sector. [2:48]The impressive impact these collaborations have on governments and their communities. [5:33]The two keys to Aon’s successful delivery of these initiatives. [8:03]Overcoming the obstacles that prevent making the most of these opportunities. [10:12]How is Aon creating innovative solutions that make dollars — and sense — for the government? [14:00]Joe’s tips for keeping cool when the work gets hard. [15:27]Additional Resources:Aon’s websiteHear Joe in another Aon podcast, Aon’s “Public Affairs Update.”The Insurer: Public bodies’ insurance interest spikes as Covid-19 bites budgetsPublic Sector Partnership Pandemic Fraud VideoMore on Aon’s Public Sector Partnership and Aon’s Public Sector Solutions pageTweetables:“My biggest inspiration is the opportunities that we have here at Aon.” — Joe Monaghan“We’re thinking very critically about how we can develop new tools and new solutions to create impact on behalf of governments.” — Joe Monaghan“One of the critical elements in terms of finding solutions here is finding ways to align all the incentives.” — Joe Monaghan“We’re working as an insurance industry to help the government analyze the cost benefit in a way that is meaningful and credible.” — Joe Monaghan


28 Jun 2021

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WFS 207 - Anglers Coffee with Joe Monaghan

Wet Fly Swing Fly Fishing Podcast

Show Notes: https://wetflyswing.com/207 Support Anglers Coffee: https://wetflyswing.com/anglers Joe Monaghan is here to share the Anglers Coffee story and why after retiring he is going back in business as one of the best coffee for fly fisherman.  Anglers Coffee is also my favorite coffee and a sponsor for this podcast. We find out how Joe built his first up to a 150 million company, retired, and now started Anglers Coffee.  He found himself working with the best coffee roasting companies in the world and making a great life around coffee.  I'm Jealous Joe! Support Anglers Coffee Here Use wetflyswing at checkout to get 22% off of Anglers Coffee Anglers Show Notes with Joe Monaghan - Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf along with Starbucks were small companies when Joe got started in coffee. Wet Whisker became Seattle's Best Coffee. - Starbucks on How I Built this Podcast - La Marzocco is the $150 million company that Joe sold. - The Aero Press is a good tool you can use to drink coffee on the go.  The make the Aero Press Travel - Tim McCormick is a great roaster who roasts Anglers Coffee and worked for Starbucks. - We talk about the cost of Anglers Coffee and why it costs a little more than your average coffee.  Joe explains why this is and what you get from your coffee. - Gaula River was a recommended spot for Atlantic Salmon - We Talked about Justin Aldrich and the power of the fly fishing community to support all. - Early Riser or Black Rifle are two other outdoor targeting coffee companies. You can find Joe at Anglers Coffee. Anglers Coffee Conclusion with Joe Monaghan We find out why Anglers Coffee founder, Joe Monaghan started a coffee company focused on the fishing community after retiring from a $150 million company that he started and grew over 40 years. Show Notes: https://wetflyswing.com/207


22 Apr 2021