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Scott Steele

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A Harlequins Podcast🎙

A Bank Holiday BONUS episode of Two Woods, Four Quarters: A Harlequins Podcast.  Hosted by cousins; Will Wood & Michael Wood.  Featuring special guest, Scotland International, Scott Steele.  Talking Points: 🔒 Lockdown Challenges ✍️ Life Outside of Rugby  🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 Leadership Roles 💉 Magaluf Tattoos

27mins

3 Apr 2021

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The Punters Mate chat with Scott Steele

Racing Queensland on SENTrack

The Punters Mate chat with the CEO of the Albion Park Harness Racing Club Scott Steele with the start of the APG Sale at the Creek starting.

6mins

29 Jan 2021

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Scott Steele - The Burgess Podcast

The Burgess Podcast

In Episode 5 of The Burgess Podcast we got the opportunity to talk to Scott Steele current Harlequins and Scotland Scrum-Half. The chat with Scott is full of valuable advice for young rugby players as well as providing a very interesting listen into how Scott made it as a professional and the adversity that he faced along the way.We began the episode by talking through Scott's life before becoming a professional, we covered how he got into rugby and his time at his amatuer club Dumfries Saints. We also looked into Scott's time at Merchiston School where he got the opportunity to focus on his rugby in an environment which allowed him to flourish. Following on from that, we spoke about how Scott's opportunity to sign for Leicester Tigers as a youngster came about and how his time at Leicester training with a side that won the Premiership that year.  In Scott's time at Leicester he got the chance to train alongside Ben Youngs who Scott learnt huge amounts off as we speak about the impact of training alongside the caliber of players that were at Leicester. This lead us on niceley to talk about when and how Scott signed for London Irish, this was a really interesting part of the podcast as it was a huge decision for Scott to make but it was clear that it was the correct decision for his career as his 6 years at London Irish was full of success. We spoke about the adversity in getting relegated and how the club bounced back and dealt with this situation.  We then continued to speak about Scott's time at London Irish before addressing the situation that we are all involved in at the moment once again... COVID-19 we spoke to Scott about how he dealt with training at home and his challenge of finding a new club during this time before speaking about his move to Harlequins. Finally we spoke about Scott's more recent debut for Scotland when he came on Vs Wales in Scotland's famous 14-10 win. Scott spoke about how important this moment was for his career and how he aims to progress and hopefully make the squad for the upcoming Six Nations. It was a real honour to speak to Scott and I am sure you will all really enjoy this episode.

58mins

8 Jan 2021

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Hebrews 11:1-6 - Scott Steele

RedeemerSermons

23 Sep 2020

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Healthcare Leadership in Crisis - (COVID-19) with Dr. Scott Steele and Dr. Tom Hustead

Behind The Knife: The Surgery Podcast

Behind the Knife joins Cal Walters on his podcast "Intentional Living and Leadership" to discuss leading in a healthcare crisis with two veteran physicians that have served on multiple combat tours to Iraq and Afghanistan.  If you are interested in becoming a better leader or living a more intentional life, please check out Cal's podcast. Highly recommend.  https://www.calwalters.me/ Intentional Living and Leadership  Dr. Tom Hustead graduated from West Point in the top 3% of his class and received his medical degree from Case Western University School of Medicine. As a retired Army Colonel, highlights from his distinguished career include deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan, being awarded Flight Surgeon of the Year for his service in combat, Outstanding Faculty of the Year for his medical teaching, and board selection as Department Chair for a family medicine residency department. As a result of his appointment by the Army Surgeon General to be the “face of military medicine” to recruit and share the Army Medicine story, Dr. Hustead recognized a need and developed a passion for teaching physicians across the country to be effectively engaged leaders. In his final appointment in the military, Dr. Hustead was the commander/CEO of a NATO military medical facility at the Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe in Belgium. Dr. Hustead currently practices as a family physician at Hardin Memorial Health and serves as Medical Director for their employed medical group. Dr. Hustead also co-founded The Referent Group, which provides leadership training, coaching, and resources for healthcare leaders.  With an emphasis on servant leadership, Dr. Hustead’s core conviction is that effective leadership is never about the leader, but is focused in creating a culture where those being led can flourish Dr. Scott Steele is the Chair of Colorectal Surgery at Cleveland Clinic in Cleveland, OH. As a graduate of West Point, he was an active duty Army officer, serving as the Chief of Colorectal Surgery at Madigan Army Medical Center, Fort Lewis, WA. He has served 4 combat tours in Iraq and Afghanistan, being awarded the Combat Medical Badge amongst others. His contributions to the medical literature include over 140 peer-reviewed articles, 60 invited reviews and book chapters, 12 national practice parameters, guest editor for 5 volumes dedicated to colorectal disease, and currently is an editor on 4 textbooks in colorectal surgery. We recorded this interview on March 28, 2020, a time when our nation’s entire medical ecosystem is mobilizing for war against the COVID-19 pandemic. While many Americans are working from home to blunt the spread of the virus, healthcare clinicians and administrators are working around the clock to prepare for the coming tsunami of patients. The scope and the scale of the coming fight is unprecedented in the healthcare community.

44mins

30 Mar 2020

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#31: Medical Leaders in Crisis (COVID-19) with Dr. Tom Hustead & Dr. Scott Steele

Intentional Leader with Cal Walters

Today, I’m excited to bring you an interview I did with Dr. Kevin Kniery, Dr. Tom Hustead, and Dr. Scott Steele.  This is a rapid-release bonus episode for medical leaders during a time of crisis as the world combats the COVID-19 pandemic. Dr. Kevin Kniery is a vascular surgery fellow in New York City and he is the co-host of two podcasts—Behind the Knife and Audible Bleeding. Dr. Kniery is one of my best friends and a West Point classmate.  Dr. Kniery got his MD and MPH from Tulane University.  Dr. Tom Hustead graduated from West Point in the top 3% of his class and received his medical degree from Case Western University School of Medicine. As a retired Army Colonel, highlights from his distinguished career include deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan, being awarded Flight Surgeon of the Year for his service in combat, Outstanding Faculty of the Year for his medical teaching, and board selection as Department Chair for a family medicine residency department. As a result of his appointment by the Army Surgeon General to be the “face of military medicine” to recruit and share the Army Medicine story, Dr. Hustead recognized a need and developed a passion for teaching physicians across the country to be effectively engaged leaders. In his final appointment in the military, Dr. Hustead was the commander/CEO of a NATO military medical facility at the Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe in Belgium. Dr. Hustead currently practices as a family physician at Hardin Memorial Health and serves as Medical Director for their employed medical group. Dr. Hustead also co-founded The Referent Group, which provides leadership training, coaching, and resources for healthcare leaders.  With an emphasis on servant leadership, Dr. Hustead’s core conviction is that effective leadership is never about the leader but should be focused on creating a culture where those being led can flourish.  Dr. Scott Steele is the Chair of Colorectal Surgery at Cleveland Clinic in Cleveland, OH. As a graduate of West Point, he was an active duty Army officer, serving as the Chief of Colorectal Surgery at Madigan Army Medical Center, Fort Lewis, WA. He has served 4 combat tours in Iraq and Afghanistan, being awarded the Combat Medical Badge amongst others. His contributions to the medical literature include over 140 peer-reviewed articles, 60 invited reviews and book chapters, 12 national practice parameters, guest editor for 5 volumes dedicated to colorectal disease, and currently is an editor on 4 textbooks in colorectal surgery. We recorded this interview on March 28, 2020, a time when our nation’s entire medical ecosystem is mobilizing for war against the COVID-19 pandemic. While many Americans are working from home to blunt the spread of the virus, healthcare clinicians and administrators are working around the clock to prepare for the coming tsunami of patients. The scope and the scale of the coming fight is unprecedented in the healthcare community. Whether the US can successfully “flatten the curve” or not, this pandemic will stretch US healthcare capabilities—and its workers—to the limit. Strong leadership will be needed at every level to address the physical and psychological stresses our healthcare professionals will experience in the coming weeks. I hope that the insights and proven leadership principles offered by Dr. Hustead and Dr. Steele can provide healthcare leaders clarity in this prolonged and all-consuming fight to beat COVID-19. 

45mins

30 Mar 2020

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S2E10: A Case on Purpose: Creating the Most Honest Brand Ever w/ Scott Steele

Marketing Major

What happens when a lawyer quits her career to pursue her passion of making dumplings? Well, you get some unbelievably good dumplings and the most honest brand the grocery industry has ever seen. The latter is thanks to the work of Scott Steele, Associate Creative Director of ZGM Modern Marketing Partners who helped the farmers market brand use their unique purpose and story to break into the grocery industry. In this episode, we dive into the overall campaign, the creative process, truth in advertising and the benefits of being honest with yourself both at work and in your everyday life.  Want to learn more about the case? Read more on ZGM's website here.  Want to hear more from Scott Steele? Read his clever blog post about how to succeed when you don't know what you're doing. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/marketingmajor/message

25mins

7 Jan 2020

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Crohn's and Colitis: What's the Difference? with Dr. Scott Steele

Cleveland Clinic Health Essentials Podcast

Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis are both chronic conditions that affect the colon, and they’re both lumped together under the umbrella of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). But there are some major differences between the two. Colorectal surgeon Scott Steele, MD, explains those as well as who’s at risk and what it’s like to live with inflammatory bowel disease.

40mins

27 Mar 2019

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James Wodarcyk Experimental Podcast - 02 - Scott Steele & Lawrence Davis

The James Wodarcyk Experimental Podcast

James get's together with long time friends Scott Steele & Lawrence Davis. They all met at The Grindhouse Coffee shop where they often discussed Movies, Music & TV and more. 

1hr 17mins

26 Mar 2017

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#96: ABSITE - Colorectal w/ Dr. Scott Steele

Behind The Knife: The Surgery Podcast

Here are some high yield colorectal points for the ABSITE I apologize for the poor audio quality we were without our standard equipment for the recording of this episode, but the content is still very high yield.

56mins

23 Jan 2017

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