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Chris Humphrey: Believing in myself

Curious Coaches Club

Joining me this week is former Motherwell, Preston North End and Hibernian player Chris Humphrey.  We catch up about his early experiences of football; the coaches who shaped him as a player and how he has found the transition from playing to coaching.

44mins

26 Apr 2021

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PAFH Meets Chris Humphrey - 'I Was Told Off For Wearing Orange Boots' #6

Playing Away From Home

It was a pleasure to chat to Chris Humphrey formerly of West Bromwich Albion, Shrewsbury Town, Motherwell, Preston North End, Hibernian, and Bury.  He focuses on his time at Preston North End which included a play-off final victory at Wembley in 2015. That defeat to Colchester, Jermaine Beckford and Joe Garner. Beating Blackpool. The Wembley afterparty in Baluga And so much more......... Merchandise here - https://www.tshirtstudio.com/marketplace/playing-away-from-home/sancho-and-gazza-2 https://twitter.com/PlayingAFH ​https://www.instagram.com/playingawayfrom_home/ https://www.playingawayfromhome.com/ ​​If you would like to sponsor these videos, please get in touch at playingawayfromhome@gmail.co.uk Support PAFH here - https://www.buymeacoffee.com/PAFH

1hr 43mins

22 Apr 2021

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The Chris Humphrey’s podcast

GT7. A football journey.

Thommo and Shauny speak to ex Preston, Motherwell and Jamaican international, Chris Humphrey’s on his journey from a kid in Jamaica to the big time of professional football.

1hr 35mins

20 Jan 2021

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XZUFO: Dr. Chris Humphrey - From UFOs to Forbidden Science

The 'X' Zone Radio Show

Chris Humphrey, Ph.D has Degrees in Physics from Oberlin and Philosophy Ph.D. from the University of Washington in Seattle, July 1967. Dr Humphrey spent 10 years in academia, at USC, Kansas State and Oklahoma State, 20 years in Computer Science. Retired early at 55 to devote himself full time to philosophy and physics. Dr Humphrey is the author of Books Whole Earth Inner Space, 1973; Revelations of the Nameless One, 1982; A Science of Civilization, 2002; Jumping Light-years, 2003, UFOs, PSI and Spiritual Evolution, 2004.

41mins

23 Oct 2020

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Rebranding the PhD with Chris Humphrey

Papa Phd Podcast

Download "Tools for Your PhD Journey" Now ! Welcome to Season 2 of Papa PhD!To kick-start this second season of interviews, I’m bringing you someone who has been helping researchers figuring out their careers for a while, now, and who will be recounting how he navigated his transition and how he got to the position he’s in today.But before we go into the interview, I want to quickly share with you what new features you’ll be noticing starting today, on Papa PhD. The first big change is that the interviews are now going to be shorter, around 40 minutes, and they’ll be published as a single episode, on Thursday. Second – you’ll see that I’ll be spending more time discussing what my guests do today and what advice they have for you. And you’ll see the more we go into the interview, the more value you’ll find. And finally, every episode I will have a short section at the end where I’ll be sharing trailers of podcasts I think you’ll enjoy, and that are friends of the show.I hope you enjoy the new format! So today, on Papa PhD, I have with me Dr Chris Humphrey.Chris Humphrey is a project manager and careers consultant, and the founder of the popular careers website Jobs on Toast. Chris holds a BA in English Studies and an MA in Culture and Social Change, both from the University of Southampton. He completed his PhD in Medieval Studies at the University of York in 1997, and held a post-doctoral fellowship there until 2000.Since leaving academia, Chris has worked as a project and programme manager in the private sector, specialising in technology, transport, financial services and sustainability. Today he works as a team leader and project manager for a leading European sustainable bank. Chris is a Member of the Association for Project Management and a registered PRINCE2 Practitioner.Chris is passionate about helping people with their careers and personal development. He has given numerous careers talks at universities in the UK, Ireland, Australia and the US, and has taken part in live Q&A events on The Guardian’s website, and for jobs.ac.uk. Chris has contributed a video training course to the popular careers website CareerCake, explaining the benefits of further study for personal and career progression (covering Diplomas, Master’s courses and PhDs).In 2012 Chris founded the website Jobs on Toast as a way to help Masters students and doctoral graduates access the abundant career opportunities available outside of higher education. Join the Papa PhD Postgraduate Career Exploration Group! What you’ll learn about in this episode: The importance of being open to new experiences when considering career optionsWhy it’s ok to take on a lower entry-level job when transitioning and why you will then quickly ascend afterHow a PhD translates in the project management spaceHow career advancement works in the private sectorThe importance of thinking out of the box and not putting all your energies into the “logical” choices, when looking at job postings or when offered opportunities that fall outside of your universe of possiblesThis episode’s pearls of wisdom:“Typically in the UK only 50% of PhDs are still in academia three-and-a-half years after they graduate, you know. Some people are obviously doing research work still, as postdocs, some people are doing teaching and lecturing and some are in administrative positions, but yeah – half of all PhDs will be working outside of academia. When you tell that to specially first- and second-year PhDs, they can’t believe it.It’s mind-blowing, you know? And even when I talk to people I meet, and I introduce myself, say I’ve got a PhD or something, and they say “Why aren’t you working at Oxford or Cambridge? You’ve got a PhD… That must be what you should have been doing…” And it’s interesting that there’s this powerful expectation. But it’s trying to educate people really about developing a career consciousness. It’s beyond just who’s around you, but actually this wider picture. And yeah – whe you tell people those statistics, I think that is a real eye-opener to them.”“I see things in the media, now, which I would never have seen about PhDs being multi-skilled, flexible knowledge workers who can switch from project to project. And our capabilities very much fit the job market of today, I think, as long as we, as PhDs, can make that imaginative leap and as long as employers can also drop some of their prejudices, as well.”Full version of our conversation: https://youtu.be/tZDXr_1DodgChris’s links: LinkedIn – Linkedin.com/in/drchrishumphrey/; Website – Jobsontoast.com; Twitter – @jobsontoast. Leave a review on Podchaser ! You might also like the following episodes: Dana Murchison – Science Outreach: PapaPhD.com/1Clarissa Wright – Publishing: PapaPhD.com/34Falisha Karpati – Skills Development: PapaPhD.com/30Kirsten Sanford – Science communication: PapaPhD.com/13 Launching your podcast? If you’re preparing to launch your podcast, you may be asking yourself what hosting platform to use. I launched Papa PhD on Bluebrry because I wanted a professional service that would interface with my WordPress website, that would robustly broadcast Papa PhD to all platforms, and that would allow me to grow my podcast in years to come. And these are the reasons why I’m recommending the Blubrry podcast hosting and syndication platform. Click on the button below or use the promo code PapaPhDBlue on the Blubrry website to unlock a one month free trial: Try one free month with Blubrry ! If you are starting a serious podcast project, do consider one of the first podcasting hosts out there, offering state of the art services, including IAB certified statistics, based on years of experience in the podcasting space. Happy podcasting! PrevPreviousSaison 2 Épisode zéro NextEmploi et doctorat en 2020 avec Amandine BugnicourtNext <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://papaphd.com/rebranding-the-phd-with-chris-humphrey/">Rebranding the PhD with Chris Humphrey</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://papaphd.com">Papa Phd Podcast</a>.</p>

52mins

24 Sep 2020

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Rebranding the PhD with Chris Humphrey

Papa PhD Podcast

Download "Tools for Your PhD Journey" Now ! Welcome to Season 2 of Papa PhD!To kick-start this second season of interviews, I’m bringing you someone who has been helping researchers figuring out their careers for a while, now, and who will be recounting how he navigated his transition and how he got to the position he’s in today.But before we go into the interview, I want to quickly share with you what new features you’ll be noticing starting today, on Papa PhD. The first big change is that the interviews are now going to be shorter, around 40 minutes, and they’ll be published as a single episode, on Thursday. Second – you’ll see that I’ll be spending more time discussing what my guests do today and what advice they have for you. And you’ll see the more we go into the interview, the more value you’ll find. And finally, every episode I will have a short section at the end where I’ll be sharing trailers of podcasts I think you’ll enjoy, and that are friends of the show.I hope you enjoy the new format! So today, on Papa PhD, I have with me Dr Chris Humphrey.Chris Humphrey is a project manager and careers consultant, and the founder of the popular careers website Jobs on Toast. Chris holds a BA in English Studies and an MA in Culture and Social Change, both from the University of Southampton. He completed his PhD in Medieval Studies at the University of York in 1997, and held a post-doctoral fellowship there until 2000.Since leaving academia, Chris has worked as a project and programme manager in the private sector, specialising in technology, transport, financial services and sustainability. Today he works as a team leader and project manager for a leading European sustainable bank. Chris is a Member of the Association for Project Management and a registered PRINCE2 Practitioner.Chris is passionate about helping people with their careers and personal development. He has given numerous careers talks at universities in the UK, Ireland, Australia and the US, and has taken part in live Q&A events on The Guardian’s website, and for jobs.ac.uk. Chris has contributed a video training course to the popular careers website CareerCake, explaining the benefits of further study for personal and career progression (covering Diplomas, Master’s courses and PhDs).In 2012 Chris founded the website Jobs on Toast as a way to help Masters students and doctoral graduates access the abundant career opportunities available outside of higher education. Join the Papa PhD Postgraduate Career Exploration Group! What you’ll learn about in this episode: The importance of being open to new experiences when considering career optionsWhy it's ok to take on a lower entry-level job when transitioning and why you will then quickly ascend afterHow a PhD translates in the project management spaceHow career advancement works in the private sectorThe importance of thinking out of the box and not putting all your energies into the "logical" choices, when looking at job postings or when offered opportunities that fall outside of your universe of possiblesThis episode’s pearls of wisdom:“Typically in the UK only 50% of PhDs are still in academia three-and-a-half years after they graduate, you know. Some people are obviously doing research work still, as postdocs, some people are doing teaching and lecturing and some are in administrative positions, but yeah - half of all PhDs will be working outside of academia. When you tell that to specially first- and second-year PhDs, they can't believe it.It's mind-blowing, you know? And even when I talk to people I meet, and I introduce myself, say I've got a PhD or something, and they say "Why aren't you working at Oxford or Cambridge? You've got a PhD... That must be what you should have been doing..." And it's interesting that there's this powerful expectation. But it's trying to educate people really about developing a career consciousness.

52mins

24 Sep 2020

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12 Yards Out #10 - Chris Humphrey on Motherwell, Preston, Hibs, Neil Lennon, Bury and Management

Banks and Black

Chris Humphrey is a former professional footballer and can count Shrewsbury Town, Motherwell FC, Preston North End, Hibernian and Bury amongst his ex-clubs, alongside a spell in management with Gretna 2008. He joins us for a chat on his successful career that seen him become a European regular in Lanarkshire and play-off winner in the English Football League. Twitter - @BanksandBlack Email - enquiries@banksandblack.com

1hr 23mins

16 Jul 2020

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Chris Humphrey "The Spirit and Bride Say Come"

10 Days

Chris Humphrey speaks on what a it is to be a church ready for the return of her Messiah.

24mins

27 May 2020

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A Burning Prayer Life- Chris Humphrey & Curtis Roberts- The Wise-Life Blueprint Podcast

The Wise-Life Blueprint Podcast

On this episode, Chris breaks down a powerful prayer life. If you like the Podcast you can help keep it going by giving $1.00 per month through my Patreon account here: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=15810745Chris Humphrey, along with his wife Alycia, are the West Coast Regional directors of the Burn 24-7 Ministries. They are also the founders of Night & Day Global. They have devoted their lives to see the fulfillment of the prophecy in Amos 9:11 and the rebuilding of the Tabernacle of David. They work with multiple worshipping communities across America to raise up Houses of Prayer and to keep the fire Burning on the altars of prayer 24-7.What is the Wise-Life Blueprint? Unpasteurized discussions to uncover the pathways of life-wisdom, not sucking and giant-killing. The Wise-Life Blueprint is a platform for leaders, friends and reformers to story-tell, explore prophetic mystery, articulate the deep things of God and give practical tools. There is nothing more life-giving than a conversation wrought with substance and relevance—this is an attempt to share them.Curtis Roberts is a graduate of Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry, where he met his wife Bethany. He is a 6th generation pastor. He started this Podcast simply because he has a lot to say about a lot of things and because no-one takes the time to ask wise people good questions. If you have thoughts, questions or ideas please email wiselifeblueprint@gmail.comConnect With Chris:www.burn24-7.comAuthor of “The End Time Worship Army”Facebook “Burn 24-7 Sacramento”Instagram: @burn247sacramento Chris and Alycia Humphrey Burn 24-7 Sacramento / West Coast Regional Directors Music:"Serenade” by Ethan C Davis- https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/serenade/1271626724

1hr 51mins

30 Dec 2019

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Lessons learned from 10 years blogging with Dr. Chris Humphrey | GBP031

GradBlogger

In this episode of GradBlogger, we interview Dr. Chris Humphrey from Jobs on Toast about the lessons he has learned over 10 years of blogging.

40mins

31 Oct 2019

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