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Winter is commonly associated with more cases of colds, flus and other infections, as well as increased rates of depression, seasonal affective disorder and weight gain. It is a time where we commonly spend more time indoors, participate in less physical activity, while we consume more calories, fats and sugars. But what if this winter, instead of worrying about how many infections you may catch, or whether you should get the flu shot, you could thrive on a physical, mental and emotional level? Come out and join optimal health expert Evita Ochel as she presents the specific reasons for the increased lack of health and well-being during the winter months. You will learn how to optimize your diet and exercise for the winter months, as well as your mental and emotional state of being. You will walk away with lots of valuable tips, as well as information on how to empower yourself as a health conscious consumer and not fall prey to the common myths and misleading information when it comes to understanding our health during the winter months.
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Technology > Education
Recorded: Dec 09, 2014 at 01:30 pm EST
Most startups fail. This 2 hour class is a concentrated overview of the Customer Development Process and the Business Model Canvas as tools to help founders and technologists of concept - stage startups in order to reduce the risk of failure. Topics: · What is Customer Discovery & Why do we do it? ·The Business Model Canvas · Crafting a good Hypothesis and Tests · Minimal Viable Product
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Career Development
Recorded: Jul 18, 2014 at 10:05 am EST
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Career Development
Recorded: Jul 16, 2014 at 02:35 pm EST
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Dr. Michelle Cleere
Health & Wellness
Recorded: Apr 09, 2014 at 01:00 pm EST
Listening to people requires more than communication skills. It requires an attitude, or general spirit, of honoring and seeking each individual's perspective. It can be thought of as a genuine interest in getting to know people. How we talk to people makes a big difference. Traditionally we focus on content - the what of communication. Typically we pay very little attention to how we say things. Yet how we communicate with others is as important, if not more so, as what we are trying to say. How we communicate affects how people feel, and this affects the choices they make. You will learn The key concepts and core skills that are helpful in Mindful Communication.
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Global Issues
Recorded: Mar 31, 2014 at 03:00 pm EST
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Recorded: Jan 04, 2014 at 03:33 pm EST
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In the 21st century we will see America�s greatness hinge on our ability to leverage the collective human capital of the American people. President George H. Bush�s legacy of a �thousand points of light� extending and connecting communities reminds us of the importance of everyday people accepting the responsibilities of citizenship with a clear sense of purpose, duty, and honor. The challenge that confronts our society is how to translate the abstract obligations associated with being a member of a community to concrete action that is focused on meaningful social, political, and economic change. In this course students will consider how individual rights, and associated obligations, can transform general commitments to service into a robust model of community-engaged leadership. We will focus how the methods of democratic engagement and redefine systems, organizations, and institutions that structure issues confronting our society. We will problematize key ideas tied to charity, volunteerism, and service to illuminate a method of democratic engagement, connected to a form of community-engaged leadership, which is focused on creating positive community impact. This course is designed for students that are beginning to seriously consider their role as community-engaged leaders. In this course we examine how the complacency included in most conceptions of public action not only fails to achieve democratic ideals, but also constitutes a larger threat to democratic institutions that rely on meaningful social, political, moral, and economic engagement. We will problematize contemporary conceptions of public action in order to more fully understand the components of engagement. Through readings, discussions, dialogue, deliberation, and service-learning pedagogies, this course will give you the opportunity to learn about theories and applied actions of democratic engagement. This process should constantly force you to question the relationship between the �world as it is� vs. �the world as it should be.� The course will highlight the relationship between attention and activity, as these concepts relate to maintaining a meaningful engagement practice. The goal will be to use the engagement framework included in this course to complete projects that are co-produced and develop the democratic efficacy/capacity of those working to address serious community issues. Students will also be encouraged to consider how the methods of democratic engagement and community-engaged leadership intersect their academic disciplines and future professional careers.
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Jill Vialet is the founder and CEO of Playworks, a national nonprofit organization that improves school climate, reduces bullying, and increases student engagement in school through play and physical activity. In this talk, she addresses the Georgia Tech community as part of the IMPACT Speaker Series. Learn more about the IMPACT Series at: http://www.ile.gatech.edu/IMPACT.html
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Technology > Education
Recorded: Oct 16, 2013 at 01:30 pm EST
Do you know your customer? This three-part workshop is a concentrated, unique program that helps founders and technologists of concept-stage startups begin interacting with customers early in the development of their companies. Customer Discovery utilizes coaching to provide a personalized learning experience. During the course of the workshop, you will develop a customer engagement action plan, a positioning statement, market-sizing data and a product development plan. This is the first part in the three-part workshop. Please be advised: This is a lock step series; you will not be allowed to attend parts out of order. Customer Discovery series dates: 10/02/2013 10/09/2013 10/16/2013 ** Fine Print: The customer discovery course will be available via learn it live. However to get the full impact of the sessions, we strongly recommend you attend in person when possible. Please be advised there is a one-on-one mentor break out that is only offered for "on site participants."
The Sixth Annual Fall Conference was our biggest fall event ever with over 2,100 attendees, and this year we’ve expanded to two and a half days packed with a carefully curated lineup featuring the role of consumers, big data, health care marketplaces, as well as old favorites like the Unmentionables, 3 CEOs, and the debut of 10 new companies during Launch! We also have a keynote from Humana CEO, Bruce Broussard and Lt. Governor of California, Gavin Newsom.
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