Welcome to this week’s episode, as the UK government gets ever closer to having a hotel quarantine plan, causing us to wonder what you’d put into a Hotel Quarantine cocktail. Something tangy, we suspect. PNK People’s Kevin Edwards joins us to discuss whether you can survive lockdown on six chocolate Hob Nobs, as well as IHG’s rebrand, why the planet matters and transactions in the world of timeshare - or, as we now call it, vacation ownership. Strategic PR from hotel experts. New Tricks is the weekly podcast from NewDog PR, a strategic PR company which understands investing in hotels and the many roles within them. This podcast is a chance to mull over the current goings on in Hotel Land and chat to some pleasant folk about things that they know. Emily Newman has an in depth knowledge of the hotel sector from both investor and consumer sides and has built up a reputation for skilful and strategic PR. Katherine Doggrell is a genius with the written word and a journalist with 20 years’ experience in the sector. newdogpr.co.uk email@example.com Twitter: @newdogpr LinkedIn: @newdog-pr
Our 55th episode features NFL LCC Kevin Edwards, appearing for the 2nd time, who is working at the Super Bowl in Tampa! Ηe talks about what he's been up to, his role for working on Sunday, our SB picks, and much more! Thanks for Kickin' It with Danny & Donny!--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kickinitdbdc/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kickinitdbdc/support
Episode 6 featuring Kevin Edwards, CEO, Skip the Dishes - Leadership Lessons through the Covid Challenge
Corporate Wayfinding with Dr. JP Gedeon
In this episode of Corporate Wayfinding, Kevin Edwards, CEO of Skip the Dishes shares his story as well as his insights and experiences on corporate transformation. What has a career of mergers and acquisitions taught him? How does empathy play a central role in transformative leadership? What is the role of leadership trust in furthering transformation? How does the "Founder Culture" affect the trajectory of a corporation? What do leaders need to know as they look to navigate transformation in their organizations?Tune in a find out.
Ep. 72: Production Assistant at Stanford Athletics, Kevin Edwards: How Holing Up in His Room to Edit Videos Paid Off in the Long Run
How The F**k Did You Get That Job?
How the f**k did Kevin Edwards go from being more skilled with the pen than the camera to shooting for teams like Stanford and the Niners? Kevin started his career in sports media as a writer for the Stanford University football blog, Rule Of Tree. From there he honed his skills in video and photo content, creating for places like VaynerSports, The Associated Press, and Turner Sports. Today, when he’s not busy trying to earn his undergraduate degree from Stanford, he’s working as a Live Content Correspondent for the NFL and a Production Assistant for the Stanford athletic department. So how did he grow in his video skills and his confidence in just a few years? And is he just killing it at the hometown Christmas parties?
381: Kevin Edwards Cahill, part 1: The Deming Legacy
This Sustainable Life
Kevin Cahill's grandfather, W. Edwards Deming, changed nations. An emperor awarded him a medal. If you don't know either, listen to the first few minutes when I describe him. Deming has become one of my top role models.He transformed nations in a few years---the time scale that climate scientists say we have, not that climate is our only problem. He shows what one person can do---the opposite of what everyone who doesn't act justifies their inaction with: "What one person does doesn't matter."W. Edwards Deming saw and acted on systems, what many people talk about but not many get. This episode will illuminate them and, I hope, give hope and direction for what we can do.Kevin's TEDx talkThe Deming Institute See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.