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What Do Sinbad And Doug Branson Have In Common?

Locked On Hornets - Daily Podcast On The Charlotte Hornets

Doug fills in for Nata and compares himself to Sinbad, they preview the Bulls game and more***WANT MORE? Patreon.com/lohFOLLOW US ON TWITTER - @LockedOnHornets - @WalkerMehl - @DougBransonLOHMUSIC - Music from https://filmmusic.io - Lobby Time - Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com), Backed Vibes - Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com), Casets - Drake Stafford, Buzz - Steve Combs - "Run Amok" by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com) - License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors!Listen to The Ultimate Mock Draft 2021 presented by Audacy and the Locked On Podcast Network. April 19th-26th. Follow the feed today!Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors!Built BarBuilt Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15” and you’ll get 15% off your next order.BetOnline AGThere is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus.Rock AutoAmazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you.IndeedGet started RIGHT NOW with a FREE SEVENTY-FIVE DOLLAR SPONSORED JOB CREDIT to upgrade your job post at Indeed.com/locked Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

37mins

23 Apr 2021

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Doug Branson RECAPS the first half of the Hornets Season

Locked On Hornets - Daily Podcast On The Charlotte Hornets

Doug Branson joins Walker and Nata to give out grades for Lamelo Ball, Gordon Hayward and Devonte Graham***WANT MORE? Patreon.com/lohFOLLOW US ON TWITTER - @LockedOnHornets - @WalkerMehl - @DougBransonLOHMUSIC - Music from https://filmmusic.io - Lobby Time - Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com), Backed Vibes - Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com), Casets - Drake Stafford, Buzz - Steve Combs - "Run Amok" by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com) - License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors!Built BarBuilt Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON20,” and you’ll get 20% off your next order.BetOnline AGThere is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus.Rock AutoAmazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you.cbdMdCBDMD.COM makes it even easier to relax, regroup, and recharge, they’re offering all our listeners 25% OFF your next order when you use the promo code NBA at checkout.BlueChewTry BlueChew FREE when you use our promo code LOCKEDON at bluechew.com at checkout--just pay $5 shipping. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

38mins

11 Mar 2021

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Creating Something From Nothing with Doug Branson, a 6/4

Bridge Work Podcast - Human Design Stories

In this episode, Nikki and Doug (BWP's incredible producer) go behind the scenes of the Bridge Work Podcast. They talk about Doug's life as a Manifesting Generator, finding stride in his genius as a 2 line, and the creative process. ABOUT DOUG Podcaster, Producer, Entrepreneur Doug is the founder of Pod About It Productions a national podcast production and consulting company based in Nashville, TN. He serves as the Director of Production for the Locked On Podcast Network, which hosts over 175 podcasts across the United States and Canada. Doug has seen the power that podcasting has to spread someone's message and change someone's business...because it changed his. podaboutit.com https://twitter.com/dougbransonloh A Note From Nikki... If this is your first episode, welcome to The Bridge Work Podcast. My name is Nikki Brafman and I joyfully create abundant miracles, helping people to manifest the life of their dreams through Human Design. On this podcast, we talk to incredible people about where they've been, and where they want to go. We weave their unique Human Design into their stories of metamorphosis to inspire you to begin your own bridge work. Thank you for listening and being a part of this journey. If this podcast has provided value for you, please tell a friend.

42mins

2 Jan 2021

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Ep #19 - Doug Branson - Do More Than You're Paid For - Booster #4

Get Attitude Podcast with Glenn Bill

1:57 - Do more than you are paid for6:50 - Late Night With Roy documentary on the North Carolina Tar Heels11:50 - Gaining experience from the pressure of a live television environment25:24 - The importance of sleep to your health and creativity. Ideas as gifts to others.28:23 - The best idea you ever gave or received33:04 - Knowledge through the decades35:08 - Advice from a 10 year old36:56 - What is the attitude lesson from 20 year old Doug38:27 - Attitude lesson at 3040:56 - Wrap-up Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

44mins

5 Feb 2020

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Doug Branson "Devonte' Graham, Terry Rozier's Good Contract, and the Surprising Hornets"

Fastbreak Breakfast NBA Podcast

SPECIAL "Devonte' Graham, Terry Rozier, and the surprising Hornets" Doug Branson from Locked On Hornets joins Keith to discuss the Devonte' Graham breakout no one saw coming plus all things Charlotte Hornets.Support the show at Patreon.com/FastbreakBreakfastEpisode 420 (S6 Special)

43mins

5 Dec 2019

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Starting a Podcast the Right Way with Doug Branson

The Why And The Buy

Today we pull back the curtain on our operation and introduce to our version of Oz, our podcast producer Doug Branson. Doug not only edits our show he helps us understand the why of what we do here and helps us to get better each time we do this.  Doug not only produces our podcast but oversees the Sell or Die Network which we're a proud member of. He'll tell us how podcasting went from a hobby born out of a miserable day job to a business called Pod About It that now consults and produces over 200 podcasts. If you've ever been interested in starting a podcast, listen for the most important questions to ask yourself as you start that journey. Doug shares some truths about podcasting and really challenges people to think about how podcasting can help their business and brand. On today’s podcast… 2:45 - Doug builds a small podcasting empire after losing his love for his day job. 6:00 - Why should someone start a podcast? 12:02 - The truth about generating ad revenue via podcasting 19:12 - What is it that you want to say to the world? 23:05 - What kind of people are actually listening to podcasts? 26:48 - In order to build a following you have to make an emotional connection and you have to be likeable 32:00 - What's your secret sauce? We have a new website. Listen to past episodes and get more from Jeff and Christie! Don’t forget to subscribe rate and review our podcast. It only takes a second and helps us make more podcasts for you. The Why and The Buy is part of the Sell or Die Podcast Network. Subscribe to these other amazing network podcasts! Sell or Die with Jeffrey Gitomer and Jen Gluckow Women Your Mother Warned You About Get Attitude Podcast with Glenn Bill The Hidden Stories Podcast Street Smarts with Harvey Mackay Selling with Soul Wheelbarrow Profits

39mins

27 Nov 2019

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Ep. 115 - Author Doug Branson on The Future of Tech is Women

Inside Outside

In this episode, Brian Ardinger talks with Doug Branson about his new book The Future of Tech is Women: How to Achieve Gender Diversity. Brian and Doug start the conversation by looking at trends in the market. Doug outlines the history of women in senior corporate positions. Of the 70 women that have been CEOs of publicly held companies, 70% have MBAs. Of the 27 women that have held exec positions in IT companies (out of 600), two have STEM backgrounds and 25 have business or law backgrounds. Doug believes the current emphasis on STEM for women produces lopsided experience. It won’t take women higher in the company. They also need business and marketing backgrounds. The IT industry, Doug suggests, is the worst of all industries for representing females. In Silicon Valley, the men they bring in, to fill the middle-level ranks using H1B visas, crowds women and minorities out and prevents them from rising in these environments. Doug’s book, The Future of Tech is Women, is about how industries can generally improve diversity. There’s been little to no emphasis on what corporations can do and lots of emphasis on how women can change what they are doing. Doug recommends 15 ideas that companies can try. He says individuals can also offer earlier and equal treatment of girls, especially exposure to computers, and suggests there are good arguments for single-sex education. We also need an awareness of the nerd and geek phenomenon that happens as teens to prevent girls from getting involved in computers.When looking from a global perspective, diversity and corporate governance in the US is a back-burner issue. In Asia and Europe, it’s a very front burner issue. Europe has focused on quota laws which has worked in some countries, while women have made no headway in Japan. Doug disagrees with some of Sheryl Sandberg’s advice in her book Lean In. He says women won’t have 11 different positions climbing the corporate ladder, but rather 3.3 positions on the way to CEO. Also mentoring programs rarely work for women to advance through companies. Australia is now trying mentoring + sponsorship to place women on executive boards there. What should corporations be implementing? Address work life issues and support women for child birth and rearing without hurting their career. It’s statistically insignificant for a women to take off two years during a working life. Some companies are supporting women this way. Other companies are using a structured search, where they include and have an interview with a minority member. The most important thing for companies is to have this idea of dignity, respect and equality for everyone. Things are getting better for women. Half of law and medical schools are female, and 40% of MBA programs are women. Sometimes Doug advises women to go where women aren’t, like the Oll and Gas, Ag and Utilies businesses. These industries all have females leaders.  On the other side of the coin, things haven’t changed for women. Those in dominant positions in tech are choosing people that look like them and that excludes women. If you are interested exploring more of these ideas with Doug, you can contact him at branson@pitt.edu or order his book The Future of Tech Is Female at Amazon or NYU Press.If you are interested in learning more about women in technology and HR trends, check out Inside Outside Innovation Ep. 97 China... For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

21mins

18 Sep 2018

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Ep. 115 - Author Doug Branson on The Future of Tech is Women

Inside Outside

In this episode, Brian Ardinger talks with Doug Branson about his new book The Future of Tech is Women: How to Achieve Gender Diversity.  Brian and Doug start the conversation by looking at trends in the market. Doug outlines the history of women in senior corporate positions. Of the 70 women that have been CEOs of publicly held companies, 70% have MBAs. Of the 27 women that have held exec positions in IT companies (out of 600), two have STEM backgrounds and 25 have business or law backgrounds. Doug believes the current emphasis on STEM for women produces lopsided experience. It won’t take women higher in the company. They also need business and marketing backgrounds. The IT industry, Doug suggests, is the worst of all industries for representing females. In Silicon Valley, the men they bring in, to fill the middle-level ranks using H1B visas, crowds women and minorities out and prevents them from rising in these environments.  Doug’s book, The Future of Tech is Women, is about how industries can generally improve diversity. There’s been little to no emphasis on what corporations can do and lots of emphasis on how women can change what they are doing. Doug recommends 15 ideas that companies can try. He says individuals can also offer earlier and equal treatment of girls, especially exposure to computers, and suggests there are good arguments for single-sex education. We also need an awareness of the nerd and geek phenomenon that happens as teens to prevent girls from getting involved in computers. When looking from a global perspective, diversity and corporate governance in the US is a back-burner issue. In Asia and Europe, it’s a very front burner issue. Europe has focused on quota laws which has worked in some countries, while women have made no headway in Japan.  Doug disagrees with some of Sheryl Sandberg’s advice in her book Lean In. He says women won’t have 11 different positions climbing the corporate ladder, but rather 3.3 positions on the way to CEO. Also mentoring programs rarely work for women to advance through companies. Australia is now trying mentoring + sponsorship to place women on executive boards there.  What should corporations be implementing? Address work life issues and support women for child birth and rearing without hurting their career. It’s statistically insignificant for a women to take off two years during a working life. Some companies are supporting women this way. Other companies are using a structured search, where they include and have an interview with a minority member. The most important thing for companies is to have this idea of dignity, respect and equality for everyone.  Things are getting better for women. Half of law and medical schools are female, and 40% of MBA programs are women. Sometimes Doug advises women to go where women aren’t, like the Oll and Gas, Ag and Utilies businesses. These industries all have females leaders.  On the other side of the coin, things haven’t changed for women. Those in dominant positions in tech are choosing people that look like them and that excludes women.  If you are interested exploring more of these ideas with Doug, you can contact him at branson@pitt.edu or order his book The Future of Tech Is Female at Amazon or NYU Press. If you are interested in learning more about women in technology and HR trends, check out Inside Outside Innovation Ep. 97 China Gorman on HR trends GET THE LATEST RESOURCES Get the latest episodes of the Inside Outside Innovation podcast, in addition to thought leadership in the form of blogs, innovation resources, videos, and invitations to exclusive events. SUBSCRIBE GLIDR This episode is sponsored by GLIDR. GLIDR software helps you validate that you’re going to market with products and business models that drive real value. Check them out a...

21mins

18 Sep 2018

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Ep. 115 - Doug Branson, Author of The Future of Tech is Women

Inside Outside Innovation

In this episode, Brian Ardinger talks with Doug Branson about his new book The Future of Tech is Women: How to Achieve Gender Diversity. Brian and Doug start the conversation by looking at trends in the market. Doug outlines the history of women in senior corporate positions. Of the 70 women that have been CEOs of publicly held companies, 70% have MBAs. Of the 27 women that have held exec positions in IT companies (out of 600), two have STEM backgrounds and 25 have business or law backgrounds. Doug believes the current emphasis on STEM for women produces lopsided experience. It won’t take women higher in the company. They also need business and marketing backgrounds. The IT industry, Doug suggests, is the worst of all industries for representing females. In Silicon Valley, the men they bring in, to fill the middle-level ranks using H1B visas, crowds women and minorities out and prevents them from rising in these environments. Doug’s book, The Future of Tech is Women, is about how industries can generally improve diversity. There’s been little to no emphasis on what corporations can do and lots of emphasis on how women can change what they are doing. Doug recommends 15 ideas that companies can try. He says individuals can also offer earlier and equal treatment of girls, especially exposure to computers, and suggests there are good arguments for single-sex education. We also need an awareness of the nerd and geek phenomenon that happens as teens to prevent girls from getting involved in computers.When looking from a global perspective, diversity and corporate governance in the US is a back-burner issue. In Asia and Europe, it’s a very front burner issue. Europe has focused on quota laws which has worked in some countries, while women have made no headway in Japan. Doug disagrees with some of Sheryl Sandberg’s advice in her book Lean In. He says women won’t have 11 different positions climbing the corporate ladder, but rather 3.3 positions on the way to CEO. Also mentoring programs rarely work for women to advance through companies. Australia is now trying mentoring + sponsorship to place women on executive boards there. What should corporations be implementing? Address work life issues and support women for child birth and rearing without hurting their career. It’s statistically insignificant for a women to take off two years during a working life. Some companies are supporting women this way. Other companies are using a structured search, where they include and have an interview with a minority member. The most important thing for companies is to have this idea of dignity, respect and equality for everyone. Things are getting better for women. Half of law and medical schools are female, and 40% of MBA programs are women. Sometimes Doug advises women to go where women aren’t, like the Oll and Gas, Ag and Utilies businesses. These industries all have females leaders.  On the other side of the coin, things haven’t changed for women. Those in dominant positions in tech are choosing people that look like them and that excludes women. If you are interested exploring more of these ideas with Doug, you can contact him at branson@pitt.edu or order his book The Future of Tech Is Female at Amazon or NYU Press.If you are interested in learning more about women in technology and HR trends, check out Inside Outside Innovation Ep. 97 China Gorman on HR trendsGET THE LATEST RESOURCESGet the latest episodes of the Inside Outside Innovation podcast, in addition to thought leadership in the form of blogs, innovation resources, videos, and invitations to exclusive events. SUBSCRIBEGLIDRThis episode is sponsored by GLIDR. GLIDR software helps you validate that you’re going to market with products and business models that drive real value. Check them out a...

21mins

18 Sep 2018

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Doug Branson - The Future of Tech is Female

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Douglas M. Branson is the W. Edward Sell Chair at the University of Pittsburgh. He has been a visiting professor at Cornell University, the Universities of Washington and Hong Kong, and Melbourne University, among others.  He is the author of 23 books on gender and corporate governance. His new book is The Future of Tech is Female: How to Achieve Gender Diversity. Watch my Celebrity interviews on my YouTube Channel! Go here> https://goo.gl/EA9x6DConnect with Bert Martinez on Facebook.Connect with Bert Martinez on Twitter.

32mins

28 Aug 2018

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