Fractional and Interim Leadership Roles with Mike Harris of Patina Solutions #221
Repurpose Your Career | Career Pivot | Careers for the 2nd Half of Life | Career Change | Baby Boomer
Description: This week I am speaking with Mike Harris CEO of Patina Solutions and Patina Nation. I was introduced to Patina several years ago as Patina Solutions provides fractional and interim leadership opportunities for the members of the Patina Nation community. Patina Nation is primarily made of executives and managers who have 25 or more years of experience and are looking for gig work. Below is Mike's bio: A proven and prolific entrepreneur, Mike has significant experience in starting and building professional and technical services firms. Patina Solutions is his sixth professional services start-up. As a co-founder of Patina Solutions and Patina Nation in 2008, Mike Harris saw the growing talent gap occurring as baby boomers who hold a high percentage of leadership positions and jobs were starting to retire from the workforce. He also saw that professionals with 25 years or more of experience were looking to work differently and he wanted to harness the power of these experts to fill client’s impending resource and skill gaps for projects and interim leadership roles. This episode is sponsored by Career Pivot. Check out the Career Pivot Community. Make sure and pick up my latest book, Repurpose Your Career: A Practical Guide for the 2nd Half of Life Third Edition. For the full show notes click here.
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Rebel Radio Now!
EP 45 Mike Harris of BeaufordKratom.com Saving Lives from Opium Abuse. Rebel Radio Now https://www.beaufortkratom.com #opiateepidemic #herbalremedies #mikeharris #beaufortkratom #rebelradionow --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/todd-cotta/support
Our mini series on the great sport of Curling continues as we speak to one of the Olympic pioneers in the sport, the Silver medalist Skip for Team Canada in Nagano, Mike Harris. Mike tells us all about competing in the sport in it's inaugural games, and how late in the qualification process the hope of competing in the Olympics actually felt real to him. Mike also tells us the story about how sick he was during the Semi Finals and the Gold medal game, and how that effected their performance. We also cover how training and conditioning in the sport has changed over the years. Mike also carries us through his transition into broadcasting and how he's kept on the front lines of Curling for the last 20 years.
Business has picked up at the World Men’s Curling Championship and Kevin brings the latest on the logjam at the top of the standings (1:30) from inside the Calgary bubble. Kevin and Warren explore potential format changes for future world championships with continued expansion (9:00) and answer a couple of fan e-mails (19:00) about increasing scoring and having spares for mixed doubles. Curling analyst and coach Mike Harris joins the podcast (28:00) from the bubble with his thoughts on the men’s worlds. The 1998 Olympic silver medallist also explains the differences in training between teams he’s coached in China, Scotland and Switzerland plus how those countries bring up young players through the system. Mike also breaks down an average day broadcasting at the Winter Olympics and takes a shot at the age-old question: Why are so many curlers also good at golf? This podcast is produced by Warren Hansen and Amil Delic, mixed and sounded designed by Amil Delic, and hosted by Kevin Martin, Warren Hansen and Jim Jerome. Audio Credits: Sportsnet. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliates.
In this Episode of the Bill Cartwright Show, Bill sits down with fitness expert and motivational speaker "Coach Mike" Harris. Coach Mike, a former US Navy Special Forces Veteran turned entrepreneur, discusses his upbringing and how his experiences growing up molded him into the person he is today. Bill and Mike dive deep and explore how Mike was able to build his business from the ground up and turn it into such a success. Coach Mike lays out some of his business philosophies and shares what he believes separates good business from bad ones. He also offers his advice to students who are about to graduate and join the workforce.
My guest today on starTEDover is Mike Harris, who shares his story of booms, busts, and resilience. Mike Harris is a coach to top leaders and other elite performers and a former finance executive and high-stakes poker pro. His mission is to champion the leaders of today who are shaping the next 100 generations of life on this planet. He's currently finishing up his first book, Complaint Cleanse, to be released in early 2021. For more information about Mike, visit: www.mikefharris.com
"It Ain't Your Byline" with Mike Harris of The Athletic
The Young Unprofessionals
Mike Harris is a senior editor and manages the universal copy desk at The Athletic. He joined Jordan and Jimmy to discuss the importance of copy desks and in-person media access, Frank Beamer's media savvy, Mike's love of concerts and more.
Episode #102 — Trump’s Last Stand & What It Means for Canadians, Honours for Mike Harris & Disappointment for Developers
Pints & Politics
Our veteran politics panel — consultant Lauren Hunter, journalist & former mayor Sylvia Sutherland, businesswoman Jenny Lanciault, editor Donald Fraser and Curve Lake Council member Sean Conway — starts the new year by unpacking the seismic political events of the first week of January in the United States. They assess what the surprising victories for the Democrats in the January 5th run-off election in Georgia mean for the Biden administration Then they move on to an analysis of the storming of the capitol building in Washington the next day and the implications for us in Canada. We have no reason to remain smugly aloof of these toxic dynamics. The same extremism is alive and thriving in Canada. The panel also ponders the implications of the nomination of former Ontario premier Mike Harris to the Order of Ontario. In closing, the panel briefly looks at the phenomena of developers who express their displeasure with the policies of the current Peterborough City Council by withholding their projects. This panel discussion was recorded on January 7, 2021.
Depressed, angry, and full of parody and satire, Ev, Mo, and Travis get some feelings out. Covid-19's brutal second wave is running roughshod over Windsor-Essex and we want to talk to Order of Ontario recipient Mike Harris about it. We also chatted about KFC's newest grift, the pro-gun Left, politicians on vacation, and Windsor Mayor Drew Dilkens' Top 10 Windsor achievements for 2020. Try not to fall asleep on the last one. You can support us on Patreon and follow us on social media @ThisIsFalsePod. You can also e-mail us at ThisIsFalsePodcast@protonmail.com Announcement naming Mike Harris to the Order of Ontario ‘an insult’ - Anishinabek News
#39: Mike Harris | What It Takes To Become A World-Class Goal Kicker & The Student Mindset
The Rugby Bricks Podcast
Mike Harris is a professional rugby player for Toshiba Brave Lupus in Japan's Top League. He has also been capped ten times for Australia. Harris began his career in 2007 with North Harbour in New Zealand's ITM Cup before moving to Australia in 2011. He played for the Queensland Reds and Melbourne Rebels in Super Rugby and then joined French club Lyon for two seasons from late 2016. Mike is an eternal student of the game and in this podcast, you learn why. This podcast covers some real intricacies when it comes to goal-kicking, how to navigate selection pressure and the development of his own technique. Here’s the highlight reel: Mike’s personal goal kicking journey and slotting a penalty with 80,000 spectators on the international stage Mike’s personal rituals when it comes to game day preparation His experiences playing for the Wallabies and how role clarity allowed him to excel professionally His mental game and how he used “Jingles” to increase his rhythm during his goal kicking As always we dive into the details in this Rugby Bricks podcast. In terms of goal kicking, we’ve not had a guest go as deep as Mikey does in this one. If you’re looking to perfect your strikes this episode for you and if you’re a coach pass it on to anyone who is looking to convert more. Lastly, this episode is bought to you by the new Rugby Bricks kicking journal. For the next 10 days, only you'll be able to get a free Rugby Bricks kicking tee of your choice. All you need to do is enter RBFREETEE at checkout when you add both a journal and a tee of your choice to the cart. Dan Carter, Jonny Wilkinson, Hayden Parker and hundreds of others are keeping a journal about their kicking experiences and you should too. This is your chance to get not just a journal but a chance to keep a record of your journey as a kicker. Take advantage of this deal to not only get a journal that's been two years in the making but a kicking tee used by some of the best players on the planet.