Brent Van Hook interviews Brad RileyJoin us for the "Encouragement Series" podcasts from Shepherd's Fold Ministries. Daily guest speakers from all walks of life answer the same 3 questions:Why are ministers important?Why should ministers not give up?What word of encouragement do you have for ministers?These podcasts are designed all ministers of the Christian faith: pastors, staff, missionaries and more. For any denomination or independent church of the Christian faith!
Impact over Intention: Actions To Foster Positive Student Behavior with Brad Riley
Phenomenal Teaching with PEBC
How can we be proactive in supporting positive student behavior? Student behavior is a form of communication that students use to tell us what they are feeling, experiencing, and need. Listen in as Brad Riley, Behavior Technician for Denver Public Schools, shares suggestions for teachers and school leaders to support positive student behavior as we all navigate learning under extreme stress and trauma. As we strive to teach for agency, equity, and understanding we must slow down and focus on our relationships with all of our students, families, and colleagues. By slowing down, we can create classrooms that are emotionally safe in which learning can occur. Brad encourages educators to strive for impact rather than intention by focusing on the following high impact moves to support positive behavior: Develop Relationships with Students & Families Ask Questions & Listen to Avoid Inaccurate Assumptions Cultivate a Positive Mindset Towards Every Scholar Model Safety to Establish Trust Remain Vulnerable to Recognize Internal Bias Breathe & Focus on Self Care Brad Riley is a Behavior Technician for Denver Public Schools who provides supports to individual students and coaching to school staff to implement specially designed instruction to improve outcomes for students with challenging behavior, and provide positive behavior supports during the problem-solving process for students with behavioral challenges.
Chris Kuehl Interviews Brad Riley, President and Founder of iEmpathize
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Chris Kuehl, COO of Restore7, interviews Brad Riley who is the president and founder of iEmpathize—an organization that equips adults to empower youth to eradicate exploitation. -------------------------------------------------- The story of iEmpathize: After learning of and encountering the atrocities of human trafficking, several socially-minded creative activists partnered together to start iEmpathize. We came from varied backgrounds with varied skills sets, but each understood that because exploitation is all around us, we all can and should do something to engage it. The core values and methodologies championed by iEmpathize grew out of our collective experiences working with vulnerable youth and what we learn from others making a difference. We have learned that empathy-driven responses at local levels are most effective and while our projects have spanned the globe, our commitment to community-based partnership and empowerment continues to drive our work. Our programs empower youth and adults alike with active empathy and always prioritize prevention. -------------------------------------------------- We also highly recommend watching the documentary Be Relentless (2017)—the story of a Mexican human trafficking survivor who teamed up with iEmpathize to break the Guinness World Record for the longest triathlon as an anthem for survivors and for empathetic engagement: http://berelentlessmovie.com/
Brad Riley on deciding to pursue CTA and helping other people on the journey
Talent Hub Talk
In today's episode, we're joined by New Zealand based Certified Technical Architect, Brad Riley, to talk about his technology career before Salesforce and the story of how he initially became involved with the platform. We talk about how his life in Consulting opened up the world of Salesforce certifications, and how he was inspired to pursue the Salesforce CTA, by one moment in particular. Brad gives insight into not only how he prepared for the Review Board, but also how he sees his responsibility as a CTA having made the achievement, and what it has meant for him in his life. Brad talks us through the work he does with the Davanti Consulting internal Architecture capability within his role, giving him the chance to support upcoming Architects to help them on their own journeys. This is a really insightful episode, we hope you enjoy it, and we recommend that you follow Brad on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/bradri/. This episode is sponsored by FlowRepublic, the Elite Salesforce Academy.
Supernatural Series An interview regarding their journeys and understanding of the gifts and power of the Spirit. Key Points Ministry Journey Tell us about your experience in being baptized in the Holy Spirit Why is the power of the Holy Spirit so important? Why is the work kingdom so important? Some significant stories that have happened through the holy spirit.
18: Good Guys Always Outnumber the Bad Guys w/ Brad Riley, Founder of iEmpathize
we are the REVELERS
Brad Riley has a unique perspective on creativity and it’s power to aid in the struggle for social justice. Brad is the founder of iEmpathize - a non-profit organization committed to ending child exploitation that has been recognized by the Nobel Peace Prize Forum, the Women in the World Summit, and the United Nations. Learn how empathy + creativity + badassery combine to help eradicate child exploitation and how sympathy doesn’t necessarily make you one of the good guys. You will hear about Norma Bastidas, a survivor of human trafficking who now holds multiple world records and the documentary about her amazing feats that iEmpathize is trying to get finished and before the eyes of the world.
Brad Riley is Founder and CEO of iEmpathize, a nonprofit based in Boulder, CO whose mission is to eradicate child exploitation around the world.Learn more: http://iempathize.org/Music by: http://audionautix.com/