Michael Conroy, founder of Men At Work, discusses his training programme for professionals whose aim of is to support those working with boys and young men in understanding the social influences, values and beliefs which lead to sexism, misogyny and a range of harmful behaviours. In this episode, Julian Vigo discusses with Michael the influences that form young boys into men which legitimate certain learned behavioural patterns, to include violence wherein they discuss the harms of gender—masculinity and femininity—and how societies reward boys for certain types of social actions while punishing them for others. Get full access to Savage Minds at savageminds.substack.com/subscribe
Crafting Seitan with Skye Michael Conroy (aka The Gentle Chef) (VZ 382)
In this episode of the Vegetarian Zen podcast we welcome Skye Michael Conroy, aka The Gentle Chef. Skye is a vegan chef and author of several vegan cookbooks including his latest, Crafting Seitan: Creating Homemade Plant-based Meats. Skye talks to us about his journey to becoming vegan and shares how he became a vegan chef. We’ll also talk about his book, Crafting Seitan, which can help you break away from commercial mock meat products and learn to make your own delicious versions, complete with all the trimmings! If you enjoy our podcast, we’d greatly appreciate you leaving us a rating! We read all of our 5-star ratings on the show! Disclaimer: Information on this site is presented for educational purposes only. Always speak to your doctor before beginning any new diets or supplements. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Who is Skye Michael Conroy? Skye Michael Conroy began his journey to becoming a vegan chef as a hobby. He soon began studying the culinary arts in-depth and in 2014 received the plant-based professional certificate of completion from Rouxbe Cooking School taught by chef Chad Sarno. For more information about Skye, please visit thegentlechef.com. Lifetime Access! Forks Over Knives Cooking Course from Rouxbe Learn to master knife skillsCooking without oil and creating healthy stocks/ saucesTime-Saving cooking strategiesVirtual Q&A's and instructor support Learn More Read Our Review More Books By Skye Here are a few more books by Skye Michael Conroy you may be interested in: All The Places to Find The Gentle Chef Website Facebook (page) Private Facebook Group Instagram Check out Skye’s recipe for vegan pepperoni! A Special Thanks To: Support Us On Patreon! The Golden Apple Roundtable Patreon is a simple way for listeners to contribute to Vegetarian Zen every month.Pledge levels start as low as $1 a month. Pledge $5 or more and you’ll receive some sweet Veg Zen swag…t-shirts, stickers, magnets, grocery bags, and more!By becoming a sponsor on Patreon, you are automatically inducted into our prestigious Golden Apple Roundtable! Learn More The Golden Apple Roundtable Thanks for listening! Peace and Veggies, Vickie and Larissa Affiliate links: Please note that some of the links on this page may be affiliate links. That means at no additional cost to you, we will earn a commission if you decide to make a purchase through one of our links. We never recommend or provide affiliate links to products or services we do not use ourselves or that come from a trusted resource. Our ultimate goal is to provide helpful products and advice to you, our readers, and listeners. The post Crafting Seitan with Skye Michael Conroy (aka The Gentle Chef) (VZ 382) appeared first on Vegetarian Zen.
It's All About Food - Skye Michael Conroy, Crafting Seitan
It's All About Food
Skye Michael Conroy, Crafting Seitan, Creating Homemade Plant-Based Meats Skye Michael Conroy began his journey as a vegan chef as a hobby but he evolved as he studied the culinary arts in depth, and in 2014 he received the plant-based professional certificate of completion from Rouxbe Cooking School taught by chef Chad Sarno. For more information visit the gentlechef.com. https://www.facebook.com/groups/thegentlechef https://responsibleeatingandliving.com/favorites/isa-leshko-allowed-to-grow-old/
When I look at my female friends' responses against male violence against women I feel anxious that I'm not doing enough to campaign against misogyny to try and change the society we live in so that women can feel safe in their daily lives. And that’s why I’ve invited a second guest this week on Persons of Interest Michael Conroy who is a man who in his professional life tries to change the system through education and runs an organisation called Men At Work that works with young men.I’m also hosting a room in Clubhouse on Thursday at 7.00 pm with Michael and other guests to have a discussion about misogyny and male violence and what we can as individuals do about it. Do join in the conversation and let me know your thoughts.Femicide Census curated by Karen Ingala Smith (from which Jess Phillips MP reads the names)Centre for Women's JusticeRachel Williams - Campaigner, survivor, founder of www.sutda.orgProfessor Jane Mockton Smith, author of 'In Control, Dangerous Relationships And How They End In Murder'Professor Evan Stark, expert and author on Coercive ControlConnect with Tom WatsonFollow me on InstagramSubscribe to my weekly musingsVisit the Tom Watson websiteSee acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Empowering Creativity Through Art With Michael Conroy
Smart Art Business
In this episode Rachel Wilkins has a deep conversation with Michael Conroy around some of the real-life struggles and how to progress in your chosen career authentically during a transition from addiction to sobriety. They also highlight the nature of creative pursuits which is being steered by current events around the world and how you can find effective ways to navigate the associated emotional shifts in a responsible way.
Develop competent, confident, and effective coaches, and then competent, confident, and effective athletes will follow. As a director of coaching education at USA Weightlifting, Michael Conroy's mandate didn't just need to teach coaches about technique, he needed them to learn how to program creatively. On this week's episode he walks us through the scaffolding of programming and the key elements all good programs in any sport should contain. For more information on this topic, read the complete show notes at: http://www.hmmrmedia.com/2021/03/hmmr-podcast-episode-243-learning-to-program-with-michael-conroy/ » Support the show: join HMMR PLUS to get full access to our coaching resources. More notes: This episode is brought to you by HMMR Plus. Become a member for full access to our videos, articles, and podcast archives. On our last Episode 242, Nick explained the influence of Conroy's programming, the basic outline, and how he has integrated it into his own planning at Notre Dame High School. You can get in touch with Conroy and learn more about his facility on the Crown Performance webpage. The topic of how Olympic lifting fits into the training of non-lifters has been a topic we’ve addressed on numerous occasions on this site. In particular, check out the multi-part roundtable discussion we had with weightlifting coaches. We also covered weightlifting with Matt Foreman on Episode 82 and with Wil Fleming on Episode 147 and Episode 236. USA Weightlifting CEO Phil Andrews was also a guest on GAINcast 162.
Dr. Michael Conroy on Lean as a Chief Medical Officer
Lean Blog Interviews
http://leanblog.org/357 Joining me today for episode #357 is Michael Conroy, M.D., the Chief Medical Officer of Sutter Medical Group in northern California. Mike was previously the Medical Director of the Lean Promotion Office for the Palo Alto Medical Foundation and he was in that role when we first met about a decade ago. We collaborated on some Lean workshop training material for him to deliver to other physicians, through my role at Catalysis at the time. In today's episode, we'll talk about how he was first exposed to Lean, we'll take a few metaphorical elevator rides to talk about how Lean benefits patients and physicians, and shifting from Lean as tools or events to being a way of thinking and a common operating system for an organization. Mike is board certified in Internal Medicine and is a Fellow in the American College of Physicians. After medical school at the University of Illinois College of Medicine, he did his residency at Virginia Mason Medical Center where he worked with Dr. Gary Kaplan, a well-known Lean leader who is now CEO of that system. Small world!
EPISODE 126: Interview with Michael Conroy. Michael Conroy is a filmmaker born and raised in Southern New Jersey. He went to film school at Boston University and took a couple of internships out in Los Angeles. He ended up making this “City of Angels” his adopted home and worked as a freelance editor, cutting features, short films, music videos, and corporate videos. Since his film school days, he’s also written and directed over a dozen short films. Follow his work and adventures on Facebook @TriangletheShortFilm, or on Instagram @Triangle_theshortfilm and on Vimeo. If you get value out of the Loving Without Boundaries podcast, then consider becoming one of our patrons! Not only will you enjoy exclusive content made just for you, your support will also help us continue creating educational content while helping more people have a deeper understanding of consensual non-monogamy and healthy relationships in general. https://www.patreon.com/lovingwithoutboundaries
Episode #17 Michael Conroy (Davitts & Mayo GAA legend)
The BONCO Podcast
Best known as Mickey C, Michael Conroy’s Mayo GAA career spanned for fifteen years, playing under several managers & alongside some of Mayo’s greatest ever footballers. Never a man to mince his words Mickey gives an honest description of his time with Mayo, his struggles with injury, the torture of training, his teammates, managers and of course his trips away with the lads. Mickey is a funny man, a proper storyteller, so I hope you enjoy listening.