Julia Taylor will retire at the end of this year after a remarkable 19 years leading the Greater Milwaukee Committee. MBJ’s Rich Kirchen recently interviewed Julia for her perspectives on the GMC’s accomplishments during her tenure – and the challenges Milwaukee still faces. Milwaukee Business Journal reporter Sari Lesk was selected as one of four journalists for this year’s O’Brien Fellowship in Public Service journalism at Marquette University. She joins Rich to discuss the fellowship and what she’ll focus on over the next nine months. For more information on some of the stories featured in today’s episode, visit https://www.bizjournals.com/milwaukee/
Peer to Peer conversation with GP Sandy Khosla and Advanced Nurse Practitioner Julia Taylor | GP Episode 2
Health Education England
Episode 2 of our new peer to peer conversation with Sandy and Julia who settle in for a chat so you see how things work in their practice. A transcript of this episode is available here. For more information about GP training search www.gprecruitment.hee.nhs.ukor www.hee.nhs.uk/our-work/primary-care General Practice Nursing or training hubs for contact details
What #MeToo Means for Corporate America with Julia Taylor Kennedy
In the era of #MeToo, how has your workplace changed? Laura speaks with Julia Taylor Kennedy, Executive Vice President at the Center for Talent Innovation about the study behind their HBR article, Ending Harassment at Work Requires an Intersectional Approach. Julia talks about what the data revealed about the role of power men and women’s experience of harassment in the workplace, and why protecting employees is vital to success. Originally aired with host Laura Zarrow on July 10, 2019 on SiriusXM's Business Radio, Powered by The Wharton School, Channel 132. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
We've all seen the movies with the sloppy mid-twenties guy coding in his mother's basement and living off of Cheetos and Mountain Dew. With initiatives to bring coding into schools and womxn like Julia teaching other womxn how to code, that stereotype is shifting. Womxn of all ages are learning to code and they're slowly changing the environment with them. Julia often recommends taking on a nonprofit client as your first one. It's often donated or discounted work, which can make you a bit more comfortable in taking the time to make sure you've got everything right. You want to do a great job and having a high-pressure client right out of the gate can be unnerving. Having a low-pressure client that values your work can be just what a new business owner needs. This is also a great way to get started with reviews and testimonials. Just make sure the client knows that you're expecting an honest review at the end. Going with free trainings is definitely possible, but it usually takes longer. Julia took about a year doing it all on her own. Looking back, she believes that she could have cut that down to a couple of months had she invested in a paid program. It's not just your main skill that you can learn faster either. Most of us could use help with learning how to market, keep our books, write copy... Having a business has a lot of moving parts and learning how to get good at them takes time, especially when you're looking to Pinterest for advice. For links and full show notes visit compasspod.com/021
398: What You Gain By Sponsoring People, with Julia Taylor Kennedy
Coaching for Leaders
Julia Taylor Kennedy: Center for Talent InnovationJulia is Executive Vice President and Director of Publications at the Center for Talent Innovation. She has co-authored Disabilities and Inclusion, Mission Critical: Unlocking the Value of Veterans in the Workforce, and The Power of the Purse: Engaging Women for Healthy Outcomes, on women and health. CTI recently released a new report, titled, The Sponsor Dividend.Key Points A sponsor actively advocates for the career of their protege. If you’re looking for a sponsor, be very clear on where you want to go in your career. Sponsors want to be sure they can trust the protege to deliver on the opportunities the sponsor presents. Sponsors do better when they have a protege who has complementary skills to their own.Resources Mentioned The Sponsor Dividend: Key FindingsRelated Episodes How to Help the Underdog Thrive, with Terry Lipovski (episode 275) How to Make Inclusion Happen, with Deepa Purushothaman (episode 307) How to Connect Personal Growth to Business Outcomes, with Jonathan Raymond (episode 373) Why Men Are Heard and Women Are Liked, with Lois Frankel and Tom Henschel (episode 392)Discover MoreActivate your free membership for full access to the entire library of interviews since 2011, searchable by topic.
Digital Marketing Nomad Lifestyle with Julia Taylor
"Julia builds websites using WordPress, a popular Content Management Systems (CMS), and focus on appearance, functionality, responsiveness and Search Engine Optimization (SEO). Whether you’re looking to get your business online for the first time or perhaps you want a re-design, Julia's got the technical and design skills to take your online presence to the next level!"
Episode 57: Listening and Learning with Julia Taylor Kennedy
Ellevate Podcast: Conversations With Women Changing the Face of Business
Julia Taylor Kennedy now works at the Center of Talent Innovation, but her career has taken twists and turns all due to her curiosity and desire to learn about many different topics. In this episode she shares her journey or how she got into radio, her real-life run in with the imposter syndrome and why you need to be confident and raise your hand, veterans in the workplace, how you can create a career using the skills you love, politics in the workplace, and more.
Welcome to Miss Julia Taylor’s world. Where you’ll find a dazzling woman who has come in to her own. Of course you would expect a Domme to have confidence but they way in which Miss Taylor finally became comfortable in her own skin was very much the hard road. The beauty of those knocks and bumps that life throws at you is the grace with which you handle them and grace is the best word to describe Miss Julia Taylor. You’ll be riveted by her story and captivated by her strength.Find out more about Miss Julia Taylor CLICK HERE!
Guest: Raychelle Cassada Lohmann and Julia Taylor, authors of The Bullying Workbook for Teens
Relationships 2.0 With Dr. Michelle Skeen
Being a teenager is difficult enough without having to worry about bullying. If you have experienced bullying or cyberbullying, you aren’t alone. Bullying and cyberbullying are at an all-time high, and the effects of both can be tremendous for a young person who is already dealing with major school, life, and home stressors. The Bullying Workbook for Teens incorporates cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) to help ease anxiety, fear, stress, and other emotions associated with being bullied. The workbook is made up of 42 step-by-step self-help activities designed to help you learn anti-bullying tips and strategies, manage emotions such as anxiety, fear, anger, and depression, and learn constructive communication skills to help you express your feelings.
Victor Raskin & Julia Taylor, ""Ontological Semantic Technology for Detecting Insider Threat and Social Engineering""
CERIAS Security Seminar Podcast
The paper describes a computational system, an application andimplementation of the mature Ontological Semantic Technology, fordetecting unintentional inferences in casual unsolicited andunrestricted verbal output of individuals, potentially responsiblefor leaked classified information to people with unauthorizedaccess. Uses of the system for cases of insider threat and/orsocial engineering are discussed.