Damo whacks the Roos, GF entertainment, Michael Voss and Carlton - The Rush Hour podcast - Monday 20th September 2021
The Rush Hour Melbourne Catch Up - 105.1 Triple M Melbourne - James Brayshaw and Billy Brownless
JB's still in quarantine, Ollie Wines wins the Brownlow Medal, Grand Final Entertainment, Wallabies, NRL, Cleveland Browns, Damian Barrett reviews the Brownlow, has some strong words for North Melbourne, and looks at the teams for GF Day, Billy's JokeSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
“We are planting and watering seeds.”Michael Voss is the Residential Program Manager at Wedgwood, and his role here is so much more than his job – it’s his calling.Michael has an incredible story of what led him to his calling of helping people, what brought him to Wedgwood, and what keeps him going. He strives to model his faith and Wedgwood’s mission and values in everything he does.“Honestly, I can’t see any other way to do it.”You can use your skills and talents to live out your calling to serve others at Wedgwood! Join a team that is truly making a difference in the lives of others by seeing all current openings and applying at www.wedgwood.org/join-our-team
Rock Talk With Mitch Lafon... and Alan Niven presents Mad Max singer, Michael Voss (recorded Jul 26th 2020). He also works with Michael Schenker. On this episode, Michael discusses Mad Max's new album Stormchild Rising, what happened to the band in the '80s as well as the Scorpions' Herman Rarebell and working on Michael Schenker's upcoming new album. Also, Alan talks about being neighbours with former Scorpions drummer, Herman Rarebell, and Don Dokken ghosting on classic album, Blackout. Listen here: https://ffm.to/rocktalkwithmitchlafonTwitter: @mitchlafonInstagram: @mitch_lafonSubscribe to Rock Talk With Mitch Lafon for exclusive content and interviews on iHeart radio, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Deezer & more. Help support the show. Please consider a donation: https://www.paypal.me/MitchLafonSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On this episode we meet the authors of BS Incorporated and Operation Clusterpuck. We tackle the sensitive topic of office politics and corporate friction with a comedic spin. Jennifer Rock & Michael Voss spent 2 decades careening through corporate American and barely lived to write about it. As company journalists, speechwriters and C-suite advisors they stockpiled insider stories and cautionary tales.
Preston interviews Chicago based artist Michael Voss. Michael speaks to Preston about his realistic paintings and process and delves into topics such as the struggle between following the corporate or artistic path, winning top prize in the Intergalactic exhibition at ShockBoxx gallery, having a large family and kids of his own, writing and playing music with his wife, and much more. Michael even flips the interview near the end and poses some questions for PMS himself. Check out more of Michael's work on his website (http://www.mevoss.com) and on Instagram. For more information on Preston M. Smith and his artwork, visit https://www.pmsartwork.com, or follow him on social media @pmsartwork. You can also now subscribe to his YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/c/pmsartwork. Podcast theme music: "Music by Jason Shaw on Audionautix.com"
Today’s conversation is with Jennifer Rock and Michael Voss from ROCKdotVOSS Communications. They are an agile, two-person communications agency, powered by their combined 45+ years of expertise and experience. They have both spent our careers in journalism, PR, marketing and internal communications, working with C-level executives and companies that span industries and impact, from privately held start-ups to Fortune 50 corporations. They are also the authors of two business novels about the frightening and often hilarious realities of corporate life. In this episode we talk about: Jennfier and Michael’s journeys in Corporate AmericaThe real life inspiration behind the characters in their novelsHighlights,lowlights and the truth about corporate leadership and politicsCommunication blunders to avoid and guidance for men in the workplaceThe world of gendered communication More on Jennifer and Michael’s work and writing:ROCKdotVOSS Communications:https://www.rockdotvoss.com/ROCKdotVOSS Books (Their Novels)https://www.rockandvossbooks.com/
#54 Jennifer Rock and Michael Voss on Communication, Culture and Writing Business Fiction
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Jennifer Rock and Michael Voss are corporate communications experts, turned business humor writers, who spent two decades careening through corporate America and barely lived to write about it. Having worked with some of Minnesota’s largest and most dynamic companies, including Best Buy and Cargill, Jennifer and Michael’s 40+ years of corporate work experiences inspired and helped shaped many of the story lines and characters found in their books. SHOW NOTES * Why Jennifer and Michael walked away from corporate life * What they want readers to take away from their novels * Why they write business fiction * The theme of Operation Clusterpuck * The company will always choose itself * The value of healthy business culture * How companies can become better at communication * The corporate struggle with remote work and flexible work schedules * The importance of middle managers * The challenge of managing people for the first time * How to communicate while co-authoring novels * Take your work seriously, but don't take yourself too seriously * Don't follow your dream; pursue it You can connect with Jennifer and Michael at: https://facebook.com/rockandvossbooks https://twitter.com/mvoss23 https://twitter.com/jenniferrock https://instagram.com/rockandvossbooks/ http://rockandvossbooks.com/ You can buy Operation Clusterpuck at https://www.amazon.com/Operation-Clusterpuck-B-S-Incorporated-Novel-ebook/dp/B07KFRN3LV You can connect with Brian at www.brianrollo.com