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Ep. 57 • Is The Bible Reliable? with Dr. David Daniels

Following to Lead with Kevin East

Critics of the Bible question its validity and reliability. On today's episode, Kevin asks Dr. David Daniels of Central Bible Church five critical questions that often get asked. Whether you are searching for these answers yourself, helping a friend who has questions, or maybe walking your child through his/her questions, you will gain great insight into the remarkable Word of God. By the end of this podcast, you will marvel at the amazing work of God through His word. You will rejoice with Dr. Daniels at how the Bible is remarkable in its transmission, remarkable in its canonization, remarkable in it translation, and remarkable in its preservation. If you want to hear more of Dr. Daniel's teaching or if you want to connect with him, check out wearecentral.org. Also, watch for his advent book, Wonder: Advent Meditations on the Miracle of Christmas coming out on Amazon soon!

43mins

25 Oct 2021

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Exploring Racial Justice in Philanthropy: with David Daniels, President & CEO, Bainum Family Foundation

The Black Fundraisers' Podcast

The Black Fundraisers' Podcast was founded in 2021 by Kia Croom, a 20-year nonprofit fund development & fundrasing professional and DEI champion. Learn more about Kia Croom at www.kiacroom.com. Email the Black Fundraisers' Podcast at Blackfundraiserspodcast@gmail.com for show ideas, inquiries and advertising Subscribe to the Black Fundraisers' Podcast wherever podcasts are available Connect with us on IG & Youtube @Blackfundraiserspodcast ABOUT THIS EPISODE'S GUEST David Daniels is the President & CEO of the Bainum Family Foundation. He's has been part of the Foundation team since 2012, serving in a variety of leadership roles. Most recently, as Chief Operating Officer, he oversaw the implementation and operational activities for all programs and initiatives — translating the Foundation’s mission, vision and goals into sustainable processes, systems and procedures to deliver quality program services. He also served as internal leader of the organization — promoting a high-performing culture that fostered the Foundation’s core values of continuous learning, integrity, collaboration and commitment. Prior to joining the Foundation, Daniels served as Principal of Takoma Academy in Takoma Park, Maryland; Mount Vernon Academy in Mount Vernon, Ohio; and Liberty Christian Academy in Columbus, Ohio. In addition to his role at the Foundation, Daniels serves on the boards of Maryland Philanthropy Network and Pine Forge Academy. He holds a Master of Business Administration, Finance, from Franklin University and a bachelor’s degree in Counseling Psychology from Columbia Union College. He is currently pursuing a doctorate in Business Administration from Wilmington University. To learn more about the Bainum Family Foundation visit https://bainumfdn.org/ This podcast is hosted by ZenCast.fm

44mins

31 Aug 2021

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Exploring Racial Justice in Philanthropy: with David Daniels, President & CEO, Bainum Family Foundation

The Black Fundaisers' Podcast

The Black Fundraisers' Podcast was founded in 2021 by Kia Croom, a 20-year nonprofit fund development & fundraising professional and DEI champion. Learn more about Kia Croom at www.kiacroom.com. * Email the Black Fundraisers' Podcast at Blackfundraiserspodcast@gmail.com for show ideas, inquiries and advertising * Subscribe to the Black Fundraisers' Podcast wherever podcasts are available * Connect with us on IG & Youtube @Blackfundraiserspodcast        ABOUT THIS EPISODE'S GUEST David Daniels is the President & CEO of the Bainum Family Foundation. He's has been part of the Foundation team since 2012, serving in a variety of leadership roles. Most recently, as Chief Operating Officer, he oversaw the implementation and operational activities for all programs and initiatives — translating the Foundation’s mission, vision and goals into sustainable processes, systems and procedures to deliver quality program services. He also served as internal leader of the organization — promoting a high-performing culture that fostered the Foundation’s core values of continuous learning, integrity, collaboration and commitment. Prior to joining the Foundation, Daniels served as Principal of Takoma Academy in Takoma Park, Maryland; Mount Vernon Academy in Mount Vernon, Ohio; and Liberty Christian Academy in Columbus, Ohio.  In addition to his role at the Foundation, Daniels serves on the boards of Maryland Philanthropy Network and Pine Forge Academy. He holds a Master of Business Administration, Finance, from Franklin University and a bachelor’s degree in Counseling Psychology from Columbia Union College. He is currently pursuing a doctorate in Business Administration from Wilmington University. To learn more about the Bainum Family Foundation visit https://bainumfdn.org/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kia-croom/support

44mins

31 Aug 2021

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Ep. 49 • Do I Really Need Church? with David Daniels

Following to Lead with Kevin East

As we begin to come back from only virtual church meetings, you might be wondering if you really need to attend church in person again. If churches are producing excellent online content, do I really need to attend church in person? Pastor David Daniels joins Kevin on the podcast today to answer this question. David presents three stages that help us grow through our connection in church: belong, become, and beyond. Join Kevin and David to hear more about the importance of each of these stages. "We are rarely changed alone, but typically in the context of connection."  You can read more about these three ideas in David's book, Next Step Discipleship: The Christian's Handbook for Walking the Pathway to Missional Living. You can also connect with David at wearecentral.org

29mins

9 Aug 2021

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62: David Daniels, Ex-CEO Asia, Le Creuset

Japan's Top Business Interviews Podcast By Dale Carnegie Training Tokyo Japan

62: David Daniels, Ex-CEO Asia, Le Creuset David Daniels shares his global experience managing various luxury cosmetics, retail and manufacturing companies in Europe and APAC, successfully rebuilding struggling businesses. Mr. Daniels spent 12 years at Yves Saint Laurent, starting out as an intern in Paris, and experienced several roles in marketing and sales including an Area Manager and Brand Manager in the UK. He was eventually promoted to Marketing Manager, leading a team of 16 staff at the age of 29. Mr. Daniels has since then experienced various leadership roles in a global environment as Vice President and General Manager of Marketing Services at Coty Prestige, President of Asia Pacific at Georg Jensen, and General Manager Middle East at Saks Fifth Avenue, and President/CEO Japan at Folli Follie Group. Mr. Daniels most recently led Le Creuset Asia as their CEO. After an extensive career in the cosmetics industry as a marketing and sales manager at Yves Saint Laurent and Coty Prestige, Mr. Daniels moved to Australia where he experienced first hand the challenge of engaging the local market with headquarters. Yet Mr. Daniels’ fascination with Asia led him to work at Georg Jensen, a Danish watch and jewelry company, as their APAC President. Once in Japan, Mr. Daniels fell in love with the country immediately. At Georg Jensen, Mr. Daniels successfully bought out Georg Jensen from a joint venture partnership with Takashimaya. Mr. Daniels then worked to bring more energy to the operational management side of the organization. By spending time in the stores and asking his staff for feedback, Mr. Daniels discovered that although the Japan team had many great ideas on organizing promotional activities and creating customized products, it was not being communicated clearly to headquarters. Therefore, Mr. Daniels set up a product council who worked to create Japan exclusive products, which later became best sellers. In doing so, the engagement level between the Japan office and headquarters, as well as within the Japan team increased. Mr. Daniels then moved onto Saks Fifth Avenue to lead their business in the Middle East in Dubai. Mr. Daniels helped set up a new department store in Bahrain, which he calls a challenging but incredible experience. Mr Daniels recalls his father, who was a veteran in the luxury retail industry was a great mentor to him during this time. Mr. Daniels next took on the opportunity to join Folli Follie as their Japan President in 2010, when the company was struggling from the aftermath of the Lehman shock and some great internal talent had been lost. Mr. Daniels started by visiting all the retail stores and talking to the store staff as well as the finance people to look at the numbers in detail. In engaging with the staff, Mr. Daniels claims that his Japanese language skills helped him gain more trust. Mr. Daniels further explains: “Ultimately we had to close quite a number of stores that was painful…But the business changed quite quickly. Within 12 months we'd had three years of decline and suddenly the business started growing again, month for month.” After leading other Asia subsidiaries including Korea, Taiwan, Hawaii, Guam and Singapore, Mr. Daniels left Folli Follie after 9 years and stepped into his recent role at Le Creuset. At Le Creuset, as the Commercial Director for Asia, Mr. Daniels managed nine Asian subsidiaries including Japan. Again, Mr. Daniels sought to bring more positive energy to the business. Mr. Daniels sought to bring more stability to the leadership team and improve their retention rate, communicating with people to increase their motivation. Mr. Daniels says: “One of the lessons that we know in Japan is the “hai”, or even “wakarimashita” does not mean, yes, I'm going to do this. All it means is I've just listened to what you've told me.” By taking careful steps in explaining to each individual their role and what their accountability is, Mr. Daniels says the execution is often flawless. On advice to new incoming foreign leaders, Mr. Daniel recommends actively listening to the local staff to look beyond what’s being said, and carefully observe what is not being said, as well as the body language. He adds: “be consistent, respect everybody, and talk to everybody…don’t stop asking questions”

1hr 23mins

6 Aug 2021

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Building a Faith-Filled Life - David Daniels

COR Leadership Podcast

David Daniels, Founder Father of Beta Upsilon Chi and Head Pastor of Central Bible Church, talks about faithfulness in all areas of life. From transitioning to adulthood, to local church involvement, the word of God, finances, and more, David teaches us what it means to live a life of full surrender to Jesus. — David's Resources: Don't Waste Your Life (Book) by John Piper: https://amzn.to/3weyGCp In the Name of Jesus (Book) by Henri Nouwen: https://amzn.to/3rDhSRZ A Tale of Three Kings (Book) by Gene Edwards: https://amzn.to/3cHnMO2 David's Email Address: david@wearecentral.org — The COR Leadership Podcast is an effort of Beta Upsilon Chi fraternity to develop college men into leaders for life-long Kingdom impact. We believe college men’s leadership can more fully bring the power, goodness, and beauty of Jesus into this world, and this is just one way that BYX hopes to inspire that in men. Learn more about BYX at byx.org--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/byx/message

1hr 9mins

1 Apr 2021

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#27 - How to Build a Career in Human Resources, with David Daniels

The Work Item - A Career Growth and Exploration Podcast

There is a certain air of mystery around careers in Human Resources (HR), and David Daniels, who is a veteran HR leader in tech, is here to bring some clarity about the work.David has extensive experience being in HR at Microsoft, Pinterest, and now - Snapchat. He shares his insights about going from education to leadership in some of the most prominent tech companies, fighting against the fixed mindset, and uncommon recommendations for folks wanting to get started with their careers.You can find David on the following sites:🤵 LinkedIn📝 BlogThe podcast was produced by Den Delimarsky. Music by Wataboi from Pixabay.

47mins

21 Mar 2021

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E024 - David Daniels

The aForm Show

Our guest today is David Daniels! David is currently the Director of Architecture at SSH UAE right here in Dubai. David has been part of the success story of SSH UAE from the very beginning & has helped shape, quite literally, 'the design direction of the practice. This is reflected in SSHs recently awarded works both in Dubai & across the region.  Prior to SSH, David spent a significant amount of time with both Glenn Howells Architects & Hopkins Architects in London, where in he refined his craft. Both practices are part of a much larger community in terms of their location & social context. We are sure David would be able to explain better than we ever could! These roots have helped David envision, a vital sense of social context in his work. After being part of SSH, for close to 6 years now, its safe to say that David has been able to create his own little piece of Marylebone, right here in Dubai Design District. This can be clearly seen in one particular market segment that SSH specializes in. The cultural projects out of SSH Dubai have gone on to receive multiple awards & acclaim from peers & rightly so! . Follow our awesome guest! David Daniels  - LinkedIN SSH - LinkedIN | Instagram . To stay updated with our episodes, please follow us on your favorite streaming platform The aForm Show - Instagram | LinkedIN Audio by Strum@ease - Instagram | Youtube . Want to get on the show or know someone who should be? Email us at hello@aform.studio--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theaformshow/message

1hr 31mins

25 Jan 2021

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David Daniels, Chair of Crime Stoppers Tasmania

Tasmania Talks

Aaron Stevens speaks to David Daniels, Chair of Crime Stoppers Tasmania.

9mins

13 Oct 2020

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Message To My Younger Self (feat. David Daniels)

Dominate the Decade

Welcome back to another episode of the Dominate the Decade Podcast! This week, we're back with another great conversation, this time featuring David Daniels who is an engineer, real estate investor, project manager, husband, father... and Josh's Uncle! Topics in this episode include: How to get started as a young adult in Real Estate, tips for saving, investing and budgeting, how to form your exit strategy for retirement, relationship advice for both men and women, doing business and building an empire with your significant other and MUCH more! If you’re liking the podcast, don’t forget to share with a friend and let them know you want them to #DominateTheDecade as well! If you have any feedback, we would greatly appreciate if you left a rating and review of the show; we will even read the replies on the next episode!  For even more content, you can check out Dominate the Decade on social media; Instagram: @dominatethedecade, Twitter: @dominate_decade, and Facebook: Dominate the Decade.  As always, thank you for your support of the podcast. Let’s all continue to #DominateTheDecade one day at a time!

1hr 3mins

7 Sep 2020

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