Tuesday, October 13, 2020 ~ Patrick Wright, Director of the Mackinac Center Legal Foundation and Vice President for Legal Affairs at the Mackinac Center for Public Policy talks to Frank on the Michigan Supreme Court’s decision on Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s use of the state’s emergency powers. There is no grace time, the ruling takes effect immediately.
Monday, October 5, 2020 ~ Patrick Wright, Director of the Mackinac Center Legal Foundation and Vice President for Legal Affairs at the Mackinac Center for Public Policy talks to Frank on the Michigan Supreme Court’s decision on Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s use of state’s emergency powers.
Patrick Wright Talks LSU Softball and Memorable Moments
In The Circle
This latest episode features one of the longest-tenured voices in softball on our Mic Check Monday series. Victor is joined by LSU Softball Play-by-Play voice Patrick Wright who recently finished his 24th season as the voice of Tiger Softball. He shares with us how he found out the season was canceled, some of his most memorable moments, and what would be in store for LSU fans in 2021. Patrick also shares some advice for those getting into broadcasting softball.
In Pursuit of a Shoe: The murder of Carol Specht by Patrick Wright.
Behind the Sugar Cane
Carol Specht was an amazing woman that advocated for victims of abuse and rape. She was murdered on her birthday by a long time career criminal who was released early from prison. It was all in pursuit of shoes to satiate his fetish. We are gong to celebrate Carol, talk in absolute disgust about Patrick, and how the moratorium on the death penalty in Illinois changed the outcome of this case. We will discuss other killers with the same desire and interview family and friends about sexy shoes. Apologies for the pets gone wild version on this show.
#023 - Patrick Wright: Director at Center for Executive Succession at Darla Moore School of Business at the University of South Carolina
EMEA Recruitment Podcast
Patrick Wright is Director at Center for Executive Succession at Darla Moore School of Business at the University of South Carolina. In this episode, he covers: - The changing nature of the Chief HR Officer - How firms use people as a source of competitive advantage - What makes him unique in the HR field - How to stand out in HR given the challenges that AI and data will bring - The importance of not forgetting your family throughout your career The EMEA Recruitment Podcast with Paul Toms and Jenny Callum will take you through every aspect of recruitment. Looking at both sides of the process, Paul and Jenny will be offering career-changing advice to the job-seeker and essential exposure to recruitment ‘best practice’ for the hiring employer, giving each party an insight and understanding into the perspective of the other. This podcast is brought to you by EMEA - At EMEA Recruitment we are specialists in Finance, BI & Data, HR, Procurement, Supply Chain and Operations Recruitment at Middle-Management to Executive levels across Switzerland, The Netherlands and the wider EMEA & US region. With offices in Zug, Amsterdam and Nottingham our consultants are well networked and can offer knowledgeable advice within these regions. If you want to reach out to Patrick, you can connect with him via Twitter on https://twitter.com/chrowhisperer You can also visit the Center for Executive Succession's website for resources: https://sc.edu/study/colleges_schools/moore/research_and_centers/centers/center_for_executive_succession/index.php The podcast is hosted by founder of EMEA; Paul Toms and Executive Recruiter and Recruitment Marketing Specialist; Jenny Callum. To find out more about EMEA recruitment visit https://emearecruitment.eu/, follow EMEA Recruitment on LinkedIn or connect with Paul on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/paultomsemea/ or Jenny at https://www.linkedin.com/in/jennycallumemea/.
Chris, Director of Training and Team Development, speaks with Karen (Assistant Director) and Patrick (Head Counselor) about the history of Camp Agawam, building a new challenge course and how it benefits both the campers and the staff who operate it.