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Episode #12 : ACT: Alignment, Communication & Teamwork with Vice-President of Business Development, Rob Newman

GROW-TRANSFORM-EVOLVE: A STEVE GAVATORTA PODCAST

Today we have an insightful discussion with Rob Newman, the Vice President of Business Development at Stanley Black & Decker leading the Global Cross Business Development team.  Cross Business Development is a group dedicated to extreme collaboration across every business unit’s sales teams to deliver exceptional value to customers and each other leveraging the full portfolio from SBD.  We will discuss the purpose, and approach of his team to align the various companies within Stanley Black & Decker to optimize customer engagement.

58mins

29 Jun 2021

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120 - Rob Newman's Half-Full Philosophy Hour

Comedy Slab

This week we review - Rob Newman's Half-Full Philosophy Hour (The New Forest Festival of Stoic Philosophy) Rob Newman tackles some of the great philosophical arguments that trouble him such as what if the right side of history is the wrong side of nature and how do we break up big tech before big tech breaks us?In this episode, the award-winning comedian tells the story of the New Forest Stoic Philosophy Festival, and his part in its downfall as he traverses the weird world of philosophyWritten by Rob Newman.Produced by Jon Harvey.A Naked Production for BBC Radio 4.Rob Newman's Half-Full Philosophy Hour is available here: https://bbc.in/3mHowEW The Comedy Slab Podcast is available on Apple Podcasts, Spreaker, Stitcher, iHeart Radio, Spotify and Youtube. Subscribe for a new episode each Monday. Get in touch - we're @ComedySlab on Twitter and ComedySlab on Facebook.

45mins

9 Nov 2020

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Meat and Potatoes - Rob Newman - Nearmap

Silicon Slopes

In this episode we are joined by Rob Newman who is the Managing Director and CEO at Nearmap and also our first guest to be interviewed from Australia. We learn about aerial imaging and how Nearmap customers use the products to save time and money. We hear how Rob manages a team that has offices on opposite sides of the world. Lastly, we chat a little about 2020 and how Nearmap’s products have made it easier for people to still do their jobs.

26mins

4 Nov 2020

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4. Aerial Imagery Changes Solar In World of Virtual Sales and Designs with Nearmap's CEO Rob Newman

SolarWakeup Live! with Yann Brandt

In this episode Yann talks with Rob Newman, the CEO of Nearmap. With online design tools becoming the only way solar is done anymore, aerial imagery data is more important than ever. Nearmaps flies a plan over your house 3 times a year, every year and can measure the roof dimensions with precision. This allows the remote salesforce to also answer the important question of how much solar fits on the roof. Make sure to subscribe and rate the SolarWakeup Podcast, a conversation about tech, finance and politics in energy.

30mins

19 May 2020

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107. Rob Newman on choices and decisions

Get Invested

In uncertain times it is important to remain calm, separate facts from fear and fiction, make clear committed choices and take action – not wait for something to happen. And today’s guest is a great example of exactly this thinking and approach during times of threat. Rob Newman has stared death squarely in the eye in life threatening situations and near death experiences on a number of occasions and lived to tell the tale and go on to survive and thrive.  Today you will find out exactly what happened, how he did it and the lessons he learned that you can apply to help you tackle challenging times and make good committed choices – not knee jerk decisions.  Like me, Rob is a boy from the bush who has made it in the big smoke. His early passions took him around the world in motorsport including being part of the Australian Formula 1 team, competing at Bathurst and being part of a winning team that took out the Australian Grand Prix. After hanging up his race helmet, Rob has turned his passion to property and for the last 30 years – his company Blackford’s Property has specialised in helping investors. In recent times his unique buyers agency approach now also assists first home buyers and their parents as well as up and downsizers and custom builds. After recovering from his last sudden unexpected life threatening incident, Rob’s road to recovery has developed into a passion for overall fitness, mind and body.  On the physical side yoga, walking, pilates, cycling and swimming are all regular activities and on the mental front a never-ending diet of self-development including meditation and working with mentors who continue to bring out the best in him. Never resting on his laurels and always challenging himself, he has taken his long term interest in comedy and public speaking to the next level and  performed at the recent Adelaide Fringe, and he’s been selected to perform at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival. His passion for life is infectious and you’re really going to learn some great lessons and enjoy this great conversation with Rob Newman. Listen to this episode now and subscribe via Apple Podcasts, Spotify, PlayerFM, search Google Podcasts or the player below.  Get Invested is the podcast dedicated to time poor professionals who want to work less and live more. Join Bushy Martin, one of Australia’s top 10 property specialists, as he and his influential guests share know-how on the ways investing in property can unlock the life you always dreamed about and secure your financial future. Remember to subscribe on your favourite podcast player, and if you’re enjoying the show please leave us a review. Find out more about Get Invested here Want to connect with Bushy? Get in touch here Podcast produced by Apiro The post 107. Rob Newman on choices and decisions appeared first on Bushy Martin.

1hr 35mins

21 Mar 2020

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Failure Isn't Fatal | Rob Newman

No Limitations

In Episode 21, “Failure Isn’t Fatal”, Blenheim Partners‘ Gregory Robinson is delighted to speak to Rob Newman, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Nearmap Ltd, a next generation digital content provider offering access to high resolution aerial imagery, city-scale 3D data sets and integrated geospatial tools.Starting his first business whilst still at University, Rob had his entrepreneurial spirit implanted in him at a young age. Being fascinated by technology in his youth, he was encouraged by his father to use that fascination and mix it with business, laying the foundations for his future endeavours.Rob highlights the fact that Australia “hasn't created a culture and a belief that we can be commercially successful with technology”. He believes that Australians have the capacity to excel in creating technology, but falter in our knowledge of how to market and sell technology. Instead, Australian’s either license, sell-out and go offshore too early. This leaves most of the value and experience offshore, robbing Australia of the opportunity to build a sustainable technology industry.In this very upbeat and passionate discussion, Rob offers a piece of advice for the Government regarding technology, “get out of the way”. He believes the continual shift in policy regarding innovation by the Australian Government is a huge detriment to the survival and growth of the industry. He states what is needed is for the Government to disassociate itself from start-ups and allow for free-enterprise to take hold.Lastly, Rob comments on understanding the importance of failure in future success. The numerous trials and tribulations he has gone through his career have left a distinct impression on him in which he understands without risk there can be no reward.

50mins

9 Jul 2019

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Sean Hughes Under The Radar With Special Guest Rob Newman Part 2

Under The Radar Podcast

Another chance to hear Rob Newman in part two of this two part special. Visit Sean's site at www.seanhughes.co.uk or follow him on twitter @mr_seanhughes © Dogs in the Field Productions.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

27mins

29 Sep 2016

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Sean Hughes Under The Radar Podcast With Rob Newman Part One (repeat)

Under The Radar Podcast

Another Chance to hear Part One of this two parter of Under The Radar Podcast special guest Rob Newman. Visit Sean's site at www.seanhughes.co.uk or follow him on twitter @mr_seanhughes © Dogs in the Field Productions.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

31mins

15 Sep 2016

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E005 Midlife with Rob Newman, Mr. Hollywood

Experience 50 Podcast for Midlife

Meet Rob Newman at midlife. The commercial producer has worked with Whitney Houston, Michael Jackson, Aretha Franklin and Rihanna, just to name a few artists whose music videos he has produced. His first jobs included working as an extra on the movie Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and spending summers in high school working for Howard Hughes cataloguing his newspaper clippings. In this episode, Mary and Rob talk about the ever-changing entertainment industry, Rob’s travels, his bucket list and regrets. Visit experience50.com to comment on this podcast Recommended books: 2030: The Real Story of What Happens to America, by Albert Brooks A Curious Mind, by Brian Grazer Sick in the Head: Conversations about Life and Comedy, by Judd Apatow

49mins

10 Sep 2015

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E005 Midlife with Rob Newman, Mr. Hollywood

The Experience 50 Podcast for Midlife

Meet Rob Newman at midlife. The commercial producer has worked with Whitney Houston, Michael Jackson, Aretha Franklin and Rihanna, just to name a few artists whose music videos he has produced. His first jobs included working as an extra on the movie Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and spending summers in high school working for Howard Hughes cataloguing his newspaper clippings. In this episode, Mary and Rob talk about the ever-changing entertainment industry, Rob’s travels, his bucket list and regrets. Visit experience50.com to comment on this podcast Recommended books: 2030: The Real Story of What Happens to America, by Albert Brooks A Curious Mind, by Brian Grazer Sick in the Head: Conversations about Life and Comedy, by Judd Apatow

49mins

10 Sep 2015

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