The Working Group Weekly Political Podcast with Winston Peters, Matt McCarten, Sean Plunket & Damien Grant
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NOW THE NUMBER 1 MOST POPULAR POLITICAL PODCAST IN NZ!!! New Zealand’s greatest and bestest weekly Political Podcast that is NOT funded by NZ on Air! We have the most entertaining line up to review the week on The Working Group: Matt McCarten + Winston Peters + Sean Plunket + Damien Grant! TOPICS:Latest pollsTrevor MallardCost of living crisis The podcast broadcasts live Monday nights at 7.30pm from the Mediaworks studios on Facebook, YouTube & The Daily Blog and posted up afterwards on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Rova & Youtube.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Class is back in session on this weeks episode of OFF THE STRENGTH when Tony and Kyle reconnect with the co-founder of My Uber Life Consulting, program coordinator of the new entrepreneurs at MC startup initiative, Manhattan College adjunct professor, fellow Knight Ryder, and returning friend of the show Winston Peters for an amazing conversation on investing in the business and brand of you, the evolution of academia in a post-pandemic world, why we are being bombarded with digital junk, building business and communities to be anti-fragile, treating students like customers, the positives that came from the lockdown year, why every teacher needs to take a marketing class, why nuance is key to translating cultural differences, the importance of understanding learning styles, getting real about the ROI on your college investment, and so much more! For more with Winston, catch up with him at:IG - wincep_ofmul, myuberlife, wulfuniversityWeb - Myuberlife.com Entrepreneurs at MC - entrepreneurs_at_mc , program announcement For more with OFF THE STRENGTH, be sure to leave us a review, like, listen and subscribe!Show - @offthestrength_Tony - @atrainercalledtonyKyle - @krjones_ and his new line undnycPeace and much love to y'all out there until next time, we'll see you soon!
After an eight month absence, the Winston Peters bus burst back out of the barn at the weekend. How did he do, and where is he going? Plus: the electric car rebate row, "legitimate" utes, the vaccine roll-out and heated development battles in Wellington and Waiheke.Gone By Lunchtime couldn’t be made without the support of The Spinoff Members. Find out how to join at members.thespinoff.co.nz See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Founder of MyUberLife Consulting Group, Queens native, connoisseur of cool, and newly an adjunct professor of marketing at Manhattan College, Winston Peters shares with us his new journey into becoming a professor and what he believes to be essential knowledge for our young people to understand before they hit the real world. Check out Winston >> Instagram: @wincep_ofmul LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/winston-peters-a759785 Company: Myuberlife.com D Y F R E N T ENTER IMAGINATION WITH GRACE THE STORE: dyfrentny.com THE CREATIVE AGENCY: dyfrentconsulting.com Instagram: @dyfrent @dyfrentconsulting LinkedIn: DYFRENT CONSULTING
Winston Peters joins Kerre McIvor in studio to discuss election issues
Winston Peters say the next Government needs his Party's wisdom.The New Zealand First leader says there's a huge drive to rebuild the economy after Covid-19.But Peters says it wasn't performing as it should even before the pandemic.He told Kerre McIvor other parties aren't up to scratch, and a stabilising and common sense voice is needed in Cabinet.Watch the video above.
118 Rt Hon Winston Peters, Deputy Prime Ministers of NZ
The Department of Conversation with Pat Brittenden
Winston Peters has served since 2017 as the Deputy Prime Minister of New Zealand and Minister of Foreign Affairs. He was previously Treasurer of New Zealand and Deputy Prime Minister from 1996 to 1998. Peters has led the populist New Zealand First party since its foundation in 1993. He has been a member of Parliament since 2011, having previously served from 1979 to 1981 and 1984 to 2008www.theDOC.nzwww.patreon.com/theDOCNZwww.twitter.com/patbrittenden