The Politics Of Politeness In DEI With John Graham
This week we had the pleasure of sitting down with John Graham, VP, Employer Brand, Diversity & Culture at Shaker Recruitment Marketing. We dive into the topic of politeness and diversity, equity and inclusion, and how it impacts DEI practitioners. In this episode, you’ll learn:What diversity theatre is and why it’s stopping us from seeing more opportunities for untapped talent The two definitions of politeness in DEI The hidden language of corporate AmericaThe one piece of advice John has for DEI & Talent leaders to move the needle today How to improve the lived experiences of marginalized employee populations through approaches that disrupt the status quoWhere to start when you’re trying to build an inclusive employer brandWant to build a diversified workforce? Request a free demo with us: https://bit.ly/3i7VMph
The latest episode of Inspiring Futures features an interview with John Graham- Head of Strategy at Cartwright. John has had an amazing strategy career - starting off working on Dos Equis at Havas, going to BBH and getting to work on the Axe account and the famous "Susan Glenn" campaign, and then 7 years at 72 and Sunny where he rose through the strategy ranks and worked on numerous accounts including - Activision, Starbucks, and Sonos.John is now at Cartwright in LA. The agency was founded by Keith Cartwright and part of the WPP family with clients that include- The NBA, P&G, and CBS News.
Electric Vehicles, Energy and Climate Policy: A Conversation with John Graham
Environmental Insights: Conversations on policy and practice from the Harvard Environmental Economics Program
A discussion on energy and climate policy with John Graham, dean emeritus and still a professor at the Paul O'Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs at Indiana University, and former Administrator of the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs (OIRA). See a transcript of the conversation here: https://heep.hks.harvard.edu/files/heep/files/john_graham_podcast_transcript_5.7.2021.pdf .
Most of my work is aimed at helping people have a better relationship with thoughts and emotions. Working with people one to one but also working with groups & business. Most people are caught up in focussing on what we need to do to feel better rather than prioritising how we want to feel. It's not about me saying 'do this to feel' this because that's not realistic. It's about pointing in a direction or asking questions so that whoever I'm working with can become aware of their own experience. It's all about self awareness and exploration of that. Recognising that part of us which is already at peace & all that springs from being in that space.So here's a few resources to help with that exploration:So first of all heres a guided meditation I've recorded which you may want to have a go at (it's one you can't get wrong, just follow me) there's also a chance for you toask any questions you have.www.johngcoaching.com/sligo-lifeBooks John recommends All can be ordered through Liber Bookshop SligoA New Earth - Eckhart TolleShift Into Freedom - Loch KellyLiberation Is - Salvadore PoeBeing Aware Of Being Aware - Ruper SpiraBeyond Mindfulness - Stephan BodianIf you are curious about the types of companies or events I work with heres a client list http://www.johngcoaching.com/businessclientsWhat do you love about living in Sligo?: I love the laid back nature of the place. I enjoy the outdoors so to have so many trails & walks and fields & beaches to run on is amazing. I love the community buzz of Strandhill. I also enjoy the peace and quiet.If you could wave a magic wand what would you fix or bring to Sligo ie. facilities, shops, restaurants, culture/arts?: I would love for there to be a good quality small sized venue that could bring some alternative music to the area. When living in Dublin I was spoiled for choice with gigs where as here although theres an amazing wealth of talent it all seems to be folk and rock. Trickys used to be a great place for alternative gigs, since thats gone theres nothing really the hits the spot.What are your must do Sligo recommendations? Restaurants/Walks etc.: Well I turned plant based 14months ago so favourite places to eat would be Stoked (defo my fav),Sweetbeat, Gallery Cafe & Miso. Im kinda lazy so only really go to the pubs within 100m of the house so thats The Dunes & The Venue (a special mention to the Swagman & Connollys if I get brave and venture out).
alphalist.CTO Podcast - For CTOs and Technical Leaders
This time I spoke to John Graham-Cumming, the CTO of 🌩 Cloudflare🌩, a publicly listed CDN and Edge Computing platform. Topics we touched: His GNU Make book ;-) How they grew to 25 BN marketcap 📈 What he thinks about edge computing and concrete usecases for it How COVID changed the security world How they operate and maintain a global network with millions of servers Thanks a lot John for the Chat. Looking forward to see what Cloudflare comes up with next.
#22 - PGA Tour coach John Graham talks the key aspects of Putting
Read it, Roll it, Hole it
PGA Tour coach John Graham (who coaches Justin Thomas and Graeme MacDowell) joins Oli on the latest RIRIHI podcast.FOLLOW: https://www.facebook.com/LeettPuttingHub https://twitter.com/PuttingHub https://www.instagram.com/puttinghub/?hl=en
®07 // John Graham : Shenzhen's iconic personal trainer and WCFN creator
The Sign R Podcast
the beginning of the journey into personal training / tips and tricks behind a PT operation / starting a gym business in China / be like James Bond for the ultimate fitness experience in Shenzhen / from Project01 into White Collar Fight Night / the rules and behind-the-scenes of WCFN / the fighting value in the digital social media era / learn by doing and failing, and pedal to the medal / the John Graham experience going through his legal battle / at the end it's gonna be alright, and if not, it is not the end yet / challenges of Chinese legal system and rule of law / announcing the fight of the year by the end of 2021! Find out more about John and his stories on his YouTube channel : https://youtube.com/c/Johngrahamfitness You can follow him on Instagram @johngrahamfitness Support us by liking our content and following our YouTube channel! TheSignR on Instagram @thesign.r You can check the full video version of this podcast on our Youtube channel
Paul talks to singer/songwriter supreme, John Graham about his musical influences, live gigging experiences in Scotland, writing a song for Paul’s film Armageddon and the future for musicians. John also treats us to four of his original songs, including the one he wrote for Armageddon.