Ep. 47 - Eric Larsen, Director of Client Services - Intelligent Buildings
Building Efficiency Podcast
Eric is a dedicated customer advocate, helping educate the industry on the use of technologies to optimize both experience and efficiency. Eric brings 5 years’ experience in building control systems installation and management to the real estate market to bridge the gap between information technology (IT) and operational technology (OT). He is currently Director of Client Services at Intelligent Buildings, helping solve clients’ real estate technology challenges. About IB: We help our real estate customers and stakeholders manage risk, enhance occupant well-being, and continually improve performance by providing unmatched expertise, practical recommendations, and targeted services that leverage digital transformation.www.intelligentbuildings.comOur services for both our clients and candidates can be found below✔️For Employers: https://www.nenniandassoc.com/for-employers/✔️For Candidates: https://www.nenniandassoc.com/career-opportunities/✔️Consulting: https://www.nenniandassoc.com/consulting-services/✔️Executive Search: https://www.nenniandassoc.com/executive-search/Nenni and Associates on Social Media:► Follow on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/nenni-and-associates/► Like on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/nenniandassoc/► Email Listing: https://www.nenniandassoc.com/join-email-list/► Follow on Twitter: https://twitter.com/nenniandassoc► Subscribe to our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/NenniAssociates
Learning Must Be Greater Than the Rate of Change – Eric Larsen, President of the Advisory Board
Raise the Line
The enormous disruptions in healthcare caused by the pandemic have given Eric Larsen plenty of occasions to recall some wisdom he once heard from a pastor: “In times of volatility and upheaval, learning has to be greater than or equal to the rate of change.” So that’s one reason why as president of the Advisory Board, Larsen spends about 25 hours per week studying changes in the healthcare system. Its incredible complexity is one reason the Advisory Board has long been valued by healthcare leaders as a disseminator of deeply-researched best practices. An alliance with Optum forged in 2017 is providing opportunities to be more involved in actually enabling change, something which Larsen says has been energizing. One of his roles is to regularly advise CEO’s of the 100 largest systems in the country who control a huge swath of the $1.3 trillion sector. “We try to be at the epicenter of all of this dynamic energy in healthcare to understand where the innovation is happening, where the disruptions are emerging and how do we understand them and harness them,” he says. Check out this penetrating discussion with host Rishi Desai to get a view into what structural shifts are underway, and what kind of support providers need to become more efficient and patient-centered.
Eric Larsen - South Pole, North Pole, and Mount Everest . . . in a Year
The John Freakin’ Muir Pod
Polar explorer Eric Larsen did what no other person had done before or since: reached the South Pole, the North Pole, and the summit of Everest in a single year. Eric sits down with Doc and shares how he got his start in polar expeditions, his creation of Stateathons, his book On Thin Ice, and his incredible year of reaching the "Three Poles" of the planet. As he reminds us, Adventure is Everywhere.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/johnfreakinmuir/support
Eric Larsen is the first and only person to go to South Pole, North Pole & top of Everest in one year. Follow Eric:WebsiteInstagramBookMovieCancer StoryDonate to Eric Sponsors:The Mountain StoreBlack Line EntertainmentThe Heard RecordsSupport the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=ZCSZKD6CZWLC2)
Eric Larsen is a polar explorer, speaker, and expedition guide. He has spent the past 15 years of his life traveling to some of the most remote and wild places left on earth. In 2006, Eric completed the first-ever summer expedition to the North Pole. Eric is now one of only a few Americans to have skied to both the North and South Poles. Eric is passionate about spreading the message about the beauty & importance of the poles and other Arctic places - places that few people will ever get to see. Eric and I discussed: What's more difficult, Everest or the North Pole? Polar Bears How he mentally handles the cold The beauty of the ice Breaking a mission into smaller mini-missions The difficulties of putting an expedition together His positive mindset His surprise stalker And much, much more... Eric Larsen Eric's Instagram My Take: It is important that someone like Eric explores these places and tells their stories. These mostly uninhabited (and freezing) places across our planet are some of the most beautiful - and in need of the most preservation. Comments, requests, sponsorships, or questions, please reach out - firstname.lastname@example.org Support the Podcast
Recruitment Lessons from the Construction Industry with Eric Larsen
Wagner Sign's Eric Larsen discusses his two recent columns in Signs of the Times, his commitment to educating the next generation of signmakers, and what he's learned by talking with construction industry folks about how they attract, educate and retain the next generation of fabricators.Support the show (http://signsofthetimes.com)
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“Begin with one step” is Eric Larsen’s motto—and how he made his way from Wisconsin outdoorsman to world record-setting polar explorer. A lover of extreme cold temperatures and the extreme discipline required to execute big adventures, Larsen started with the goal of traveling in the coldest places in the world. Since completing his first trip to the North Pole in 1995, Larsen has fat-biked 700 miles to the South Pole and became the first to reach the North Pole on foot during the summer. And he’s the only person to have completed expeditions to both poles and the summit of Mount Everest—all within the same year. In 2014, Larsen took what may have been the “the last North Pole Expedition"-- one that climate change has rendered too unstable to possibly trek in the future. Since then, it’s become a different mission that drives him—the environment. Come in and meet an amazing individual, extreme athlete Eric Larsen, explorer of all things cold, especially the arctic.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-who-are-you-podcast/support
Ep. 42 Eric Larsen | North Pole, South Pole, and Exploring
Crested Butte Is Home
Eric Larsen grew up in Wisconsin, where he loved to be outside and come up with his own adventures in his backyard. That desire to be outside and explore has continued to this day. Eric is a professional explorer, and has led trips to the North Pole, South Pole, Mount Everest, Greenland and more. Eric continues to come up with new ways of exploring. As one example, he's been doing mini "state adventures", where he comes up with a cool adventure in each state. We talk about what goes into planning these big expeditions, as well as the business aspects, like attracting sponsorship money. Here in Crested Butte, his adventures are more straightforward and familiar to many of us- as simple as spending time with his family or riding the 401 trail on his mountain bike. The ability to have an adventure right from his front door is one of the reasons why Eric recently relocated here. I hope you enjoy this episode of the Crested Butte is Home podcast- please share this episode with your friends! Please subscribe to Crested Butte is Home on your favorite podcast player and leave a review- and thanks for listening. Learn More: Eric Larsen Crested Butte Real Estate Minute: In this episode I discuss some of my awesome new listings in the Crested Butte area- all of my listings can be found here.
82: Eric Larsen | Having a Bigger Conversation About Adventure
In 2006, Eric Larsen completed a 62-day expedition to the North Pole pulling a 250-pound sled for 550 miles. Men's Journal named him one of the 25 Most Adventurous Men of the Past 25 Years. Polar adventurer, expedition guide, dog musher and educator, Eric Larsen has spent a lot of time traveling to some of the most remote and wild places left on earth. He is one of only a few Americans to have skied to both the North and South Poles. In November 2009, he returned to Antarctica for the first leg of his world record Save the Poles expedition. This time he completed a 750-mile ski traverse to the geographic South arriving on January 2, 2010. Two short months later he was dropped off at northern Ellesmere Island for a winter-style North Pole Journey. The international team reached the North Pole 51 days then on Earth Day - April 22, 2010. He completed the Save the Poles expedition by reaching the summit of Mt. Everest on October 15, 2010, becoming the first person in history to reach the world's three 'poles' within 365 days. He travels to wild and specifically cold places to cast a spotlight on climate change and the melting Arctic. Today, we have a bigger conversation about adventure. We also talk about how the Arctic has changed over the past two decades. Eric is one of the few people who have seen this firsthand. Lastly, how do you juggle all this while being a dad? With that, let’s listen in and gear up for what’s next. Where to find Eric www.ericlarsenexplore.com Instagram Facebook BEFORE YOU LEAVE - If you are enjoying the shows, I hope you’ll subscribe, rate, review and share with your friends! About Lisa Gerber: Lisa advises CEOs and senior level management on how to use the power of storytelling and effective communication to influence action and bring ideas to life. She guides companies through the digital maze of constantly changing tools to build discovery, loyalty, and ultimately help them achieve their own big leaps. When she is not in her office, she might be out skiing or trail running. This is where she does her best creative problem-solving. To learn more about booking Lisa for consulting, speaking or workshops, visit www.bigleapcreative.com.