Childcare Excellence Requires a Circle of Empathy ft. Lisa Gallagher
Purposeful Empathy with Anita Nowak
Lisa Gallagher is an early childhood expert who was awarded a Certificate of Excellence by Canada’s Prime Minister in 2012 for her leadership. In this episode, she shares how COVID-19 has profoundly tested educators and parents and impacted children in different ways. And in light of this, she urges us all to extend more empathy to children, educators, and parents - including at Hallowe’en! CONNECT WITH ANITA ✩ Email - firstname.lastname@example.org ✩ Website - https://www.anitanowak.com/ ✩LinkedIn - www.linkedin.com/in/anita-nowak-phd-9770253a ✩ Instagram -https://www.instagram.com/anitanowak21/ ✩ Twitter - https://twitter.com/anitanowak21 ✩ Facebook Page -https://www.facebook.com/PurposefulEmpathy ✩ Facebook Group - https://www.facebook.com/groups/1617454411751130 ✩ Spotify Link-https://open.spotify.com/show/1kUXlB4PsfzHaNj00GSMzG?si=rxmYHlXMR-GYr7eWlhazfQ EDITED BY DAVID TSVARIANI
Nikki Slowey & Lisa Gallagher: Transforming the way we work
Scottish Business Network
What a transformation we've seen in 2020 as organisations embrace the benefits of remote working. And as business leaders recalibrate to seek new opportunities post COVID-19, the broader issue of flexible working is likely to be high on many people's agenda. Step forward then Lisa Gallagher and Nikki Slowey, founders of Flexibility Works, which is part-funded by the Scottish Government and the Tom Hunter Foundation. Nikki and Lisa are helping organisations in Scotland to identify the benefits of flexible working and how to maximise value for both employers and employees.Interviewed recorded by Fraser Allen on Friday 10 July 2020.www.allencomms.co.uk
#27 - Self Care For Parents with Children with Autism/ Disabilities pt 1. w/ Lisa Gallagher
Keep Calm And Run To The Best You (The Podcast)
As parents we have a heavy responsibility. Take that responsibility x 100 when one of our children has a disability. What can you do to help you cope? Self care. In this episode, we will provide 5 tips to help you take care of yourself in order to handle any situation that your day can throw at you. For support with Autism visit: http://www.faces4autism.orgOur Vlogs and Podcast will deal with answering your most precious questions about either Running, Intermittent Fasting or Weight loss as well. Don't forget to SUBSCRIBE so that you can receive notifications when new episodes are available! Now that we've hit Apple Podcast, please leave a review and rating. Thank you so much. Feel free to email us your questions: email@example.com Click Link To Join Our Next Keeping It Real 7 Day Challenge https://www.runtothebestyou.com/keeping-it-real-7-day-health-challengeSIGN UP FOR OUR "Run To Autism" 8 Week 5k Training Program https://www.runtothebestyou.com/run-to-autism-5k-training-program (online participants will receive a finishers medal in the mail by running your race virtually with us on February 16th 2019) ENTER: RFA at checkout for $20 OFF! Offer ends December 31stThanks for listening, please share with your family and friends on your favorite social media. Become a supporter of our show/videos by becoming a patron. To make a contribution please visit: patreon.com/coachtadris Thank you so much. All patreons will be mentioned or added to our video credits. Shout out to Ed Brown our First Patron! Jen Burke our first female Patron!Pick up your free nutrition guide head over to www.runtothebestyou.com today. Thrive Market is my new favorite place to find healthy, natural products. Join me and save hundreds on your grocery bill every month -- never pay premium prices for premium products again! http://thrv.me/cjz64ECheck this out for good sugarless ketchup and dressings. Look up Whole30 approved foods. That is what Keeping It Real was inspired from.
TalentTalk is a show featuring talented individuals such as CEO's and other Business Executives that come and share their thoughts on talent. In this episode of TalentTalk, Chris Dyer talks talent, leadership and culture with Subbu Murthy, CEO of UGovernIT and Lisa Gallagher, CEO of Abriza.This show is brought to you by Talk 4 Radio (http://www.talk4radio.com/) on the Talk 4 Media Network (http://www.talk4media.com/).
Hospitals and other healthcare organizations need to identify data security breaches "in a much more systematic way" to help ensure the privacy of personal information. That's the advice of Lisa Gallagher, senior director for privacy and security at the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society.
Gallagher, one of the nation's leading healthcare data security experts, advises hospitals to "go beyond compliance" with federal regulations to "implement an active security risk management process." She also urges hospitals to allocate adequate resources to security so they can address potential threats identified in their risk assessments.
A recent survey by Chicago-based HIMSS found that most hospitals spend less than 3% of their IT budget on security, a level Gallagher calls inadequate.
As the federal government provides billions of dollars in funding for electronic health records through Medicare and Medicaid incentive payments, the government and the industry "need to make sure adequate resources are applied to security," she adds.
In addition, she notes that HIMSS advocates widespread use of data encryption as a "best practice."