On this episode of “Noam on the Move,” host Noam Maital speaks with Bobby Lewis about trends in driving habits, crash severity, and the transportation workforce. Bobby discusses how technology and data will transform the transportation network through use-cases like accident reconstruction and improved road design. Finally, the two talk about sustainable models of funding for transportation.Bobby Lewis is a registered Professional Engineer who worked as the Chief Operating Officer at the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDoT) for over 25 years. He recently joined HNTB Corporation as Vice President, National Practice Consultant, in the firm’s new national Advisory practice. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Leadership Field Notes with Bobby Lewis at Love Worth Finding
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Leading well is critical -- especially during the challenging times in which we find ourselves these days. That's why I think my recent conversation with Bobby Lewis, Executive Vice President of Operations at Love Worth Finding is so important. According to Bobby, great leaders:Are lifelong learners who focus on adding knowledge and skills regularlyLead THROUGH others rather than trying to do everything themselvesInvest in mentoring others so that skill-building becomes an ingrained focus across organizationsDevelop deep, meaningful relationships with those they mentor, rather than trying to rush the processLead through collaboration and consensus-building instead of dictatingEmbrace the power of relationships rather than focusing on authority-based leadershipGet close to people -- staff, donors, and clients -- in times of crisis, rather than pulling awayBuild trust by investing in people and relationshipsThere's some real leadership gold in this episode. You don't want to miss it!Special Offer From Our Episode Sponsor, Velocity Strategy Solutions:
today's episode is focused on a track from the early 60's, and today I break the song down and show you guys what makes the song super good as far as the lyrics and the overall energy of the track (I also show you what makes the song super relatable today even though the song is almost 60 years old), and I also talk about the history behind the track including the behind the scenes details on the recording session of the song including the musicians, the backup singers, and the recording studio the song was recorded at as well. I also go into a little bit on the history behind the time period this song was recorded in (the early 60's) I will go into more detail on that in another episode of this podcast as well. Here's the link to this week's song just in case you wanted to listen to it as well:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gRe9WS2Ag_cYou Can also follow me and reach out to me on Instagram as well: https://www.instagram.com/iheartoldies/You Can Also Check out more of my original music right here: http://www.samwilliamsmusic.netPlease do also check out my Official Spotify Playlist for this podcast as well. There you will find all of the songs that I have talked about on my show so far and I hope that will give you some ideas for what songs I should cover next on my podcast that I haven't talked about on here yet:https://open.spotify.com/user/1283678791/playlist/21f3uBS6kU4hUF6QAC5JMj?si=FWZ0bMp_QlmgonrAlcewOgPlease do also check out my Official Podcast Merch store with my official logo for this podcast attached to a bunch of really cool merch items. if you decide to purchase something from this store please do let me know by emailing me a picture of what you bought plus a few sentences on how much you love my podcast as well:https://www.redbubble.com/people/60ssam95/works/36806158-keep-things-groovy?asc=u&ref=recent-ownerIf you liked my analysis on this week's song and you found it interesting and you've never heard this song before and you learned some interesting things about this artist and song that you didn't know about at all before listening to this episode, you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or if you felt like I was talking too fast in this episode and you couldn't process the information I was talking about in this episode at all, please email me at email@example.com or reach out to me on Instagram: @iheartoldies. Also, get pumped for next week's interview episode with Shel Talmy, the original producer for legendary British Invasion bands the Kinks and the Who. It should be a good interview! If you would like to hear his work, just look up any hit by the Kinks from the mid 60's or the Who's "My Generation" and "the Kids Are Alright" or "I Can't Explain". There you will find the songs that he produced that he made famous for these bands.
Fear vs. Hope with special guest CBS reporter Bobby Lewis
Learn why fear is so powerful, but hope is within sight. This episode features an interview with CBS reporter Bobby Lewis and his recent book "Finding Joy Beyond the Headlines." Hear how to find joy and gain new hope in a world crowded with bad news.Tom Goodlet: https://tomgoodlet.com/Raul Serrano: https://drserrano.me/