E162: "Return to Work" and Psychological Safety with Jackson Lewis Attorneys Michelle Phillips and Michael Thomas
The Will To Change: Uncovering True Stories of Diversity & Inclusion
Michael Thomas, Principal in the Los Angeles, California office of Jackson Lewis P.C. and Michelle Phillips, a Principal in the White Plains office of Jackson Lewis P.C, join the program to discuss how to promote psychological safety in a socially distant work environment. Discover how to improve the lived experience in the workplace, how to create an inclusive and equitable work environment, and why enforcing safety protocols isn't enough to create a culture of belonging.
Many people expect neuroscience to change our understanding of education. Michael Thomas (Birkbeck University) is director of the Centre for Educational Neuroscience in London. In this episode, Michael talks about what educators need to know about how the brain works, avoiding ‘disciplinary wars’ between psychology & neuroscience, and the need to balance a ‘medical model’ of learning with societal concerns about education.
Episode 59 - Coaching U12's, a conversation with the awesome Michael Thomas, U12 Everton RTC coach and creator of the e-book `Foundation Phase Sessions`
The Soccer Coaching Podcast
Episode 59 - Coaching U12's, a conversation with the awesome Michael Thomas, U12 Everton RTC coach and creator of the e-book `Foundation Phase Sessions`In this episode we talk to the awesome Michael Thomas (@MickThomo) about coaching U12's. We discuss Michael's coaching background and philosophy and then look at some of the specific aspects to consider and focus on when coaching this age group.Michael has over 15 years of experience working in football and education, coaching players from grassroots to academy level. As a coach, Michael has worked across the globe representing premier league clubs coaching a variety of age groups within both the male and female pathways. As a coach mentor with the English FA, Michael has supported grassroots coaches at all levels from youth to senior. Currently he combines a number of job roles including working as a YDP coach at a category 3 academy, FP coach at a WSL RTC and his full-time role working as a Sports Lecturer at a FE college in the North West.Michael also discusses his superb e-book `Foundation Phase Sessions` which includes foundation phase practices and SSG's. https://payhip.com/michaelthomas Thanks for listening and we hope you enjoy this episode!T - @SoccerCoachCastE – email@example.com
Michael Thomas joins the show today to talk about the Special Care Dental Association and share why special care dentistry is so close to his heart and such an important part of his dentistry career. He also offers insight into the unique mental, physical, and emotional needs that crop up in special care dentistry. You can find show notes and more information by clicking this link: https://bit.ly/2NscanD
DFS Podcast - The Big Tilt, Season 3, Episode 18: Hosts Kyle Dvorchak (@KyleTweetsHere) and Matt Gajewski (@Matt_Gajewski) break down how mind-bending it is that Michael Thoma will be contrarian in the Wild Card round.View suggested lineups for DraftKings and FanDuel on DFS Lineup Genius: www.playerprofiler.com/optimal-lineupAdvanced metrics, prospect evaluations, and fantasy football information were provided by PlayerProfiler.com
Episode 10 - Kev (@dynasty_goat) & Matt (@MattFFDynasty) once again team up to discuss all the key takeaways from week 10 of the NFL, including the fantasy stance on Nyheim Hines, Chris Godwin, Baker Mayfield, D’Andre Swift, Aaron Jones / Jamaal Williams, Dallas Goedert, Christian Kirk, Keenan Allen, Drew Lock, Michael Thomas, Tee Higgins, Josh Reynolds, Jakobi Meyers & Adam Thielen. When you have the Wildcard, you have the power to change the game!!!--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Packers/Bucs, AFC North, Michael Thomas, Le'Veon Bell
First Things First
00:00 Is the Packers/Bucs matchup more important for Rodgers or Brady?8:21 More likely to dethrone the Ravens as AFC North champs: Browns or Steelers?15:08 Greg Jennings joins to preview the Bucs/Packers game.26:50 Is Michael Thomas becoming an issue for the Saints?36:50 Would Le’Veon Bell improve the Chiefs’ offense?47:02 Final thoughts on Michael Thomas / the Saints. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
At home with Leaders: NFL athletes Michael Thomas & Brandon Copeland
Leaders Sport Business Podcast
The plight of athletes in a pandemic | Building businesses off the field | The new environment for social justice campaigning in sport. Episode 96 of the Leaders Sport Business Podcast - brought to you in partnership with Onside Law - features a conversation with two current NFL athletes: Michael Thomas, a safety for the Houston Texans, and Brandon Copeland, linebacker for the New England Patriots (discussion begins at 14:02). They’ve been in the league for eight and seven years respectively, and both play active leadership roles in the NFL Players union - the NFLPA. In fact, Michael and Brandon are high achieving examples of what the NFLPA calls #AthleteAnd - a programme of activity that helps NFL athletes build businesses and interests away from the field of play and to define themselves as more than an athlete. Both players have numerous business interests, charitable endeavours, and qualifications - Brandon is even a professor of financial literacy - and we delve into all of that, as well as the fight for racial justice that is playing out across the front line of sport. Before that though, we speak to Sophie Wilkinson, partner at our partners at Onside Law, to set the scene briefly from this side of the Atlantic, to reflect on some of the major issues athletes are experiencing as sport stutters back, and to look at where flexibility and an open mindset have paid dividends. On the conversational agenda: - Flexibility in endorsement contract options and partnership opportunities; - The fight for racial justice and how the mood has shifted among the players in the NFL; - Taking the opportunities presented by the players union; - Setting up systems to spread and filter the education and benefits that come from the NFL down through communities; - Leveraging your status as an athlete to get calls returned, emails answered, and businesses set for the future; - The experience of playing in front of empty stadiums; - The biggest mistakes Michael and Brandon ever made.