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31 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Michele Williams. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Michele Williams, often where they are interviewed.

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31 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Michele Williams. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Michele Williams, often where they are interviewed.

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Dr. Michele Williams on Medical Practices in Wachovia

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Dr. Michele Williams of Historic Bethania joins Maizie and Casey to discuss some common thoughts and practices surrounding health and medicine in 18th Century Wachovia, the expectations of healing during this time, and people other than Doctor Kalberlahn who played a role in the treatment of their communities.  

Music (Freemusicarchive.org):

On my Way to Work by Lobo Loco (Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/)

Oct 29 2020 · 17mins
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39. Michele Williams

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The Iowa Idea: Michele Williams

“2020 Is really the year of sensemaking.”

In this episode of The Iowa Idea Podcast, I sit down with Dr. Michele Williams. Professor Williams, Tippie College of Business, University of Iowa, has taught negotiations to executives, startups, MBAs, and undergraduates at leading schools of management for over ten years. She is co-author of the Four Capabilities Assessment. Michele’s research focuses on negotiation, leadership, sensemaking, and trust, as well as women in leadership and entrepreneurship.

We discuss the importance of diversity and inclusion improving sensemaking capabilities. We dig into the importance of sensemaking through the lens of her latest article “The Overlooked Key to Leading Through Chaos.” If you’re looking at ways to improve leadership in your organization, you’ll love this episode. Links to resources from Dr. Williams are in the episode description.

It was an honor having Michele on the podcast. I thank her for her time and insights. I hope you enjoy the episode.

About Michele

Professor Michele Williams, Tippie College of Business, University of Iowa, has taught negotiations to executives, startups, MBAs, and undergraduates at leading schools of management for over 10 years. She is co-author of the Four Capabilities Assessment.

The research and work of Dr. Williams (University of Michigan, Ph.D.), which began with a focus on Trust and Relationships at work, now intersects with work on Women in Leadership & Entrepreneurship. She addresses two challenges that organizations face:

Trust and Relationships—Building, maintaining, and repairing trust in team-based relationships and across demographic and organizational boundaries; Sustaining high performing, cross-boundary relationships.

Women in Leadership & Entrepreneurship— Social construction of gender; Gender equity within firms and across established and entrepreneurial ventures; Factors affecting women as team members, boundary spanners, and business owners.

Michele, assistant professor and the John L. Miclot Fellow in Entrepreneurship, recently joined the Management & Organizations’ faculty at the University of Iowa’s Tippie College of Business. She is also a scholar at Cornell University’s Scheinman Institute on Conflict Resolution and with the Smith Family Business Initiative Cornell’s Johnson College of Business. Previously, she was a member of the faculty at Cornell University and MIT’s Sloan School of Management.

She has authored papers and case studies, published in notable academic journals, and speaks at academic and professional conferences on her topics of research. She produced a unique course offering on Women in Leadership, Negotiation & Entrepreneurship, and has spoken on this topic at JP Morgan. She is co-author The Four Capabilities Leadership Assessment—an online 360° assessment used by organizations to enhance the leadership potential of managers.

Dr. Williams earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology at Johns Hopkins University, her Master of Arts degree in Education from Teachers College, Columbia University, and her Ph.D. in Organizational Behavior from the Ross School of Business, University of Michigan.

Sensemaking quiz:  http://drmichelewilliams.com/leading-through-chaos-quiz/

Sensemaking article: https://sloanreview.mit.edu/article/the-overlooked-key-to-leading-through-chaos/

Website: HTTP://drmichelewilliams.com

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/drmichelewilliams/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/MicheleWilliamz

Credits

Episode produce by Spark Consulting Group (www.inspiredbyspark.com) in Iowa City, with support from Executive Podcast Solutions (https://www.executivepodcastsolutions.com/)

The Iowa Idea Podcast music written and performed by Paisley Bible (https://paisleybible.bandcamp.com/).

Sep 21 2020 · 47mins

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A Discussion with Dr. Michele Williams of Historic Bethania

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From why the location of the town was chosen to what the town is like today, Dr. Michele Williams of Historic Bethania presents information about Bethania not discussed in episode three. How was the community planned? Why were the specific families chosen to live in Bethania? How did this mix of Moravians and non-Moravians living together in a community affect the development of Wachovia?

Music (Freemusicarchive.org):

On my Way to Work by Lobo Loco (Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/)

Aug 27 2020 · 11mins
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How to Rethink Your Business for Maximum Success with Michele Williams

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090: How to Rethink Your Business for Maximum Success WITH MICHELE WILLIAMS

On the podcast today we're going to look at how to dissect our businesses so that we can analyze them and perhaps put them back together again in a different way. Really knowing the pieces and parts, as well as what we're great at, or our core competency, helps us to determine the best ways that we can show up and then serve our ideal client. We're going to focus on how to be nimble in an ever-changing world. How to grow and scale while keeping flexibility, which is not always easy. That will allow us to maneuver through any change. 

Topics Mentioned:
  • Building blocks

  • New picture

  • WHY

  • Pivot

Key Thoughts:
  • Many of us have discovered things about our business that maybe we didn't recognize before; we have new insights now. - Michele (02:08)

  • We can't just always do business as usual. - Michele (10:30)

  • Your why, values. mission, vision…All of those are building blocks and we're putting them together in a multitude of ways. - Michele (13:01)

  • There is no reason that we should be building businesses that we're not 100% in love with. - Michele (19:52)

  • The goal here is to reclaim our time and maximize our money while providing the best product and service out there. - Michele (24:36)

Socials:
  • Email: Team@ScarletThreadConsulting.com

  • Facebook: Scarlet Thread Consulting

  • Instagram: @ScarletThreadATL

References and Resources:
May 03 2020 · 29mins
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The Narelle Fraser Conversations – Michele Williams QC Senior Crown Prosecutor - #151

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Narelle Fraser dusts off her celebrated interviewing skills for a special series of episodes of Australian True Crime to be featured intermittently throughout the year. In this episode the speaks to legendary Senior Crown Prosecutor Michele Williams QC.


Warning: please be advised this episode contains graphic content.


Show notes for Episode 151:

Your hosts are Meshel Laurie and Emily Webb

With thanks to Narelle Fraser and Michele Williams QC.

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If you have any information on the cases covered by this podcast, please contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.


Thank you for listening!

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Apr 01 2020 · 47mins
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Perspective in a Crisis with Michele Williams

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085: Perspective in a Crisis WITH MICHELE WILLIAMS

Welcome to the podcast today.

You know, most of my podcasts are recorded well in advance of when you are going to hear them. Sometimes one or two months in advance and they're normally planned out. Right now we're in a time of very dynamic changes to information. And what's happening can change in a matter of moments. What we start with in the morning may be something different than that we know or are learning about in the afternoon. I want to make certain that I am being dynamic in our podcast with what is happening and not to miss that. And so we're going to be changing up just a little bit. Feel free to take notes and think about how to create a new perspective for your business as you listen to the podcast today.

Topics Mentioned:
  • Control your thoughts
  • Conserve resources
  • Know your cash position
  • Engage professionals 
Key Thoughts:
  • I've been through enough in my life to know that in the midst of difficulty, there is an awesome opportunity and awesome things happening. - Michele (04:06)

  • There's innovation happening right now. Hopefully, there are innovative ideas that are being discovered in our own businesses. - Michele (05:52)

  • The more that we enjoy saving more than spending, the better off we're going to be. - Michele (09:59)

  • Knowing my cash flow is critical to know where to spend, how to spend, how long it's going to last, what decisions I can make, and how to move forward. - Michele (14:58)

  • Don't sit back and struggle or downward spiral. - Michele (17:20)

  • Caring goes a long way. I think that there are going to be some beautiful gifts that we get out of this Covid-19 - the ability to see each other differently, to care for each other and to understand the symbiotic relationship that we all have. - Michele (19:28)

Socials:
  • Email: Team@ScarletThreadConsulting.com

  • Facebook: Scarlet Thread Consulting

  • Instagram: @ScarletThreadATL

References and Resources:
Mar 29 2020 · 29mins
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AIM with Intent Methodology with Michele Williams

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081: AIM with Intent Methodology  WITH MICHELE WILLIAMS

On the podcast today, I'm going to be sharing with you the focus in my company on scaling your business. If you've listened to a lot of the past podcasts and blogs, you've noticed many of them were on scaling. Scaling simply means growing. And there's more than one way to do that. So my goal is to help the businesses, that I work with, implement business principles early on as quickly as they can, so that they scale with intention and not out of control. I hope you enjoy the podcast today.

Topics Mentioned:
  • Align Your Team 
  • Ignite Your Process 
  • Manage Your Money 
  • People, process, profits 
Key Thoughts:
  • You don't have to have a business degree to be able to make this work. (02:52)

  • First, my beliefs about myself changed. I started believing that I could run a business. (6:06)

  • My mind was busy all the time trying to solve problems. I had lack of focus, I wasn't eating properly, I wasn't sleeping enough, just trying to spend those plates and my body started giving out. (7:07)

  • Do you have the right people on your team? And more importantly, are they in the right positions? (11:31)

  • As the business grows, the processes evolve. (16:09)

  • We are here to create businesses that are long term sustainable, and our sustainability is a direct result of our gross profit. (25:13)

  • But what you do need is a good business understanding and support. You don't need a full degree. (33:23)

Socials:
  • Email: Team@ScarletThreadConsulting.com
  • Facebook: Scarlet Thread Consulting
  • Instagram: @ScarletThreadATL
References and Resources:
Mar 01 2020 · 36mins
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184 - Year End Review with Michele Williams of Scarlet Thread Consulting

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Once again, Michele Williams and I are wrapping up the year and sharing how we analyze the year that is ending and plan for the year ahead.  Talking with Michele is always a pleasure for me, I hope you enjoy it as much as we do!

Links and Resources;

Who's In Your Room

212 The Extra Degree

SWOT Analysis is discussed in the January 2018 Circle Time on The Curtains and Soft Furnishings Resource Library

Jennifer Dawn's Best Journal Ever

 

The Sew Much More Podcast is sponsored by;   The Workroom ChannelScarlet Thread ConsultingThe WCAAHelser Brothers, IncThe Curtains and Soft Furnishings Resource Library
Dec 29 2019 · 1hr 31mins
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Michele Williams: Head of XSE, Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty (56)

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Allianz is one of the world's largest insurance companies, so how does an organisation that size stay ahead when it comes to innovation?

Matthew talks to Michele Williams, Head of Allianz Global Corporate Corporate & Specialty's central innovation unit XSE, to find out what the group is doing, and the areas of analytics and data they are interested in. Michele explains Allianz's strategy for producing new ideas - which are focussed around their clients' needs - and how they work with start-ups, scale-ups and technology providers.

Michele explains how Allianz's Trend Compass tool has become a central focus for looking at which directions the insurance market might head in. The tool is available for anyone on the Allianz website - https://tci.agcs.allianz.com/

To find out all that we are up to at InsTech London - including our growing corporate member list, and details of last two years events take a look at www.instech.london. Our events begin again in January 2020.

We're delighted to be bringing you this podcast with support from the Insurance Insider. For a free copy follow this link -  http://campaigns.insuranceinsider.com/instechlondon/

Nov 24 2019 · 24mins
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Key Financial Numbers You Need to Know to Build a Profitable Home Staging Business with Profit First Coach Michele Williams

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Today we’re talking about all things profit and what you need to know to build the most profitable and sustainable home staging business you can. It can be hard to know what to charge, what your numbers mean, and what you should be looking at in your books - no matter what stage you’re at in business. Luckily, we have a wonderful guest back with us to talk about it all: Profit First Coach Michele Williams!

Michele Williams is sought after for her ability to easily explain complex business principles and processes in a simple, straightforward way. With a varied background in working in small, medium and large businesses, Michele has a great grasp on the scalability factors that are essential to growing a business.

Michele and I cover a lot of great topics related to profit, including how to figure out how much income you need, how much you need to work in a year, and how many sales you need to be making to reach your goals. And Michele shares some of her best tips and practices for running a business that pays you a fair wage and delivers tons of value & a high level of service to your clients.

Find more info at staged4more.com/podcast.

Nov 20 2019 · 58mins
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