Happy Monday! Happy New Season! Welcome to Season 3! This week, Liz interviews her favourite high school teacher, Mr. Delaney. He talks about what being a music teacher is truly like, what fighting to keep his program alive has been like, and so much more! If you're really interested in music and are considering pursuing a degree in music, please give this episode a listen! This may give you the push, or spark some interest in a dream of yours to teach music. Thanks for checking out this episode! Please let me know if you enjoyed, or let me know who you'd like me to interview next! Check out the podcast's instagram @thejobsharepodcast
IMCA Speaker - "Power Your Retirement Plan Clients with Financial Welness" with Patrick Delaney of T. Rowe Price
Strategic Investor Radio
Patrick Delaney, who is responsible for corporate retirement plans for T. Rowe Price, discusses how Advisors can differentiate themselves by working with plan participants to pro-actively and credibly address financial wellness opportunities with the participants. Today's demographics are very different from those of years past and there are significant needs of plan participants that can only be addressed thru focus and individual attention. Patrick addresses the who, how and why of this new approach to retirement plan services and arms Advisors with talking points on how and why to proceed down this path.
Show #14 - Patrick Delaney Hall of Leaders Interview
Strategic Meeting Tech & Better Meetings Podcasts
For this episode of the podcast we were able to connect with Patrick Delaney of Sool Nua in Dublin, Ireland about his induction this year into the Convention Industry Council Hall of Leaders this coming October in Las Vegas.We were able to spend some time chatting about his background and history in the meetings industry; and then what inspires him about our industry looking forward to the future. And how the work we do in helping people come together to change the world can be so inspiring to each of us within the meetings industry.If you'd like to see Patrick inducted to the Hall of Leaders you can join him at the Hall of Leaders Celebration in Las Vegas on October 18, 2016 in the Jewel Nightclub at the Aria.
Listeners of the show may recall that Blake has recently become a(n unlikely) vegan and a more frequent consumer of some items eschewed many -- like the soybean -- fundamental ingredient of the often misunderstood tofu. So today we chat with Patrick Delaney of the American Soybean Association who helps dispel some myths about soybeans. Have you ever wondered about the "man boob" rumor -- that soybeans are packed with estrogen and will make men less masculine? We'll address that issue before we dive into some of the other facets of the ASA which is a policy organization, like many associations we have on the show, and they face many of the same problems such as how to get your story heard "through the noise" (can you hear Blake ringing the bell and shouting "ding ding ding!"?). The ASA has 25,000 members in 30 states and has had a fascinating approach to holding their annual conference. Don't miss this episode to learn about the collaborations they're building to strengthen farmers across the board (and country). Patrick Delaney is the director of policy communication for the American Soybean Association, where he directs the association’s public messaging on a variety of federal policy issues impacting soybean farmers. Prior to his time with ASA, Patrick managed communication for the United Fresh Produce Association and has experience in the radio, print, sports, and agency public relations industries. The American Soybean Association represents all U.S. soybean farmers on domestic and international issues of importance to the soybean industry. ASA’s advocacy efforts are made possible through voluntary farmer membership by farmers in 30 states where soybeans are grown.