Born in Cheshire, and schooled in Liverpool, Stephen Jones burst on to the London fashion scene during its explosion of street style in the late seventies. By 1980, Jones had opened his first millinery salon in the heart of London's Covent Garden. Since the early 80s Stephen Jones has collaborated with designers from Vivienne Westwood and Claude Montana through to his current work with Thom Browne and Christian Dior, Jones' hats have been an integral component in some of the most memorable runway spectacles of the past quarter century. Now, as ever, at the forefront of fashion, his beguiling hats routinely grace the most celebrated magazine covers and enliven window displays of the world's most stylish stores. From runways to race-courses, from pop-promos to royal garden parties, millinery by Stephen Jones adds the exclamation mark to every fashion statement.
S2:Ep09: A People-First Culture that Cuts through the Noise, featuring Stephen Jones, M.D.
The Academy Table with Renee DeSilva
Topics in this conversation include: Stephen explains Inova's focus on people, excellence, and becoming a true system and how they will continue to focus all of their future transformation on these three key areas. 4:22Inova is investing in physical infrastructure as well as virtual capabilities, making accommodations that will help them succeed in world-class, flexible care which will allow them to succeed regardless of the direction that healthcare goes over the next 20-30 years. 6:38Stephen explains his science-based and people-based reasoning for moving forward with a COVID vaccine requirement for employment at Inova. 9:36The leadership triad of a physician, nurse, and operations person within all of Inova's clinical service sites and major locations has allowed for quicker decision-making and more effective leadership. 11:53The values of Inova drive all decision making allowing them to focus on the basics of providing world-class care and caring for the well-being of their employees in practical ways. 14:16Stephen explains how their focus on both world-class care and patient focus has impacted their research department, focusing on practical solutions that can impact the patients currently in their care. 21:34
Bonus - An advisor's perspective on EIS and VCT product selection with Stephen Jones
The EIS Navigator
EIS & VCTs have been described by several guests as one of finances best kept secrets, which makes the job of advisers challenging when they recommend them. Stephen Jones has a lot of experience dealing with these, and has won several awards for the quality of his services in the tax-advantaged area.This is the second part of a really good discussion which is split over two episodes (see episode 29 for the first part). In this one, Stephen goes into more details about some aspects of EIS and VCT product selection. We talk about how he looks at fees and what fee structures he likes, past performance and the challenges of getting good reporting systems.Website - https://www.clearsolutionsifa.co.uk/Phone - 01283 730080Suggested books:Family Inc by Douglas McCormick
29 - An advisor's perspective on making EIS and VCT investments with Stephen Jones
The EIS Navigator
EIS & VCTs have been described by several guests as one of finances best kept secrets, which makes the job of advisers challenging when they recommend them. Stephen Jones has a lot of experience dealing with these, and has won several awards for the quality of his services in the tax-advantaged area.We had a really good discussion which will be split over two episodes. In this one, Stephen talks about the framework that he uses for giving advice and how & where tax-advantaged investments fit into that. We discuss some of the issues around suitability and how to choose between EIS and VCTs. We also talk about product selection at a high level, but will dig into that more in next week's bonus episode.Website - https://www.clearsolutionsifa.co.uk/Phone - 01283 730080
This week Tana Talks with Stephen Jones. Stephen Jones is a comic based out of Atlanta, Ga. He has been doing comedy for 2 years. He has been doing Comedy has got him out of his shell. He loves any opportunity to meet new people and see the world. We talk all things mens mental health, Stephens family, and how he got started doing comedy.linktr.ee/Montanadoran--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/montanadoran/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/montanadoran/support
A No Bull Podcast – #014 The Cold Hard Truth About Investment Costs, with Cooper Parry Wealth CEO, Stephen Jones
A No Bull Podcast - Powered by Cooper Parry
Are you overpaying for your investments? We promised No Bull, and Cooper Parry Wealth’s CEO, Stephen Jones, delivered. Find out why the traditional wealth management model is self-serving and broken. Find out why most people don’t know exactly what they’re paying when it comes to investment costs. Find out why more expensive funds perform far worse over time. And then, find out how to maximise your investments and achieve your goals by avoiding all the above. It’s all here. Wrapped into a deliciously digestible 32 minutes. Tuck in. Download the Investment Costs Guide here https://www.cooperparrywealth.com/download-page-investment-costs/
Episode 1: Stephen Jones on How Technology is Affecting Ministry Today, Staying Hungry as a Learner, and the Importance of Finding What Works for You
In this episode, Stephen and I discuss how technology is affecting ministry to teenagers, the importance of staying hungry as a learner, and some of his own personal leadership rituals. "3 Quotes for Notes":1. Regarding technology: “It has become a very powerful tool in an inexperienced hand.”2. As a learner, “You eat what you’re hungry for.”3. “We tend to give less credence to the people we know very well and more credence to the people that we kinda have an idealized vision of.” Links:DiscipLead Podcast Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/discipleadpodcastFlipboard App: https://flipboard.comThank You For Being Late Book: https://www.amazon.com/Thank-You-Being-Late-Accelerations/dp/0374273537Stephen Jones' Article: https://iphc.org/discipleship/2021/01/19/the-story-of-joseph-the-worlds-first-gen-zer/Music: In Orbit by Electronic Senses on Pixabay.com
Ep39: Stephen Jones (Babybird) on surviving chart success and finding true connection with music fans
Thanks for listening! Visit penfriend.rocks/stephen for the deluxe show notes for this episode, and head to Bandcamp to dive into Stephen's incredible back catalogue..In this conversation, we discuss the importance of making music that’s for you first, the strange and inappropriate uses of “You’re Gorgeous” in pop culture, from Prince William to Barack Obama, how Bandcamp is the best internet version of DIY and the awkward glamour and excitement of making a million-dollar music video with Hollywood royalty..My album pre-order is now live at http://penfriend.rocks/newalbum - thanks for supporting independent music!.If you’d like to sponsor a future episode of the podcast, find out three easy ways to get involved at all levels penfriend.rocks/sponsorship.All my work is supported by The Correspondent's Club, who have been powering the making of new music and podcasts since May 2020. Browse free and paid tiers at penfriend.rocks/join See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.