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The Man Who Grew a Million Trees - with Jerrin Victor

Cross-polliNation - a show about creativity and innovation

Release Date: 11/27/2019

Educating for the Future with Natalie Vardabasso show art Educating for the Future with Natalie Vardabasso

Cross-polliNation - a show about creativity and innovation

Educational designer & podcast host Natalie Vardabasso talks innovation in education, how learning is changing & how education can think differently & better prepare students for the future.

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Innovate Like a Pirate with Dr. Tendayi Viki  Ep36 show art Innovate Like a Pirate with Dr. Tendayi Viki Ep36

Cross-polliNation - a show about creativity and innovation

How to innovate inside companies? Dr. Tendayi Viki about his new book, Pirates in the Navy, intrapreneurship & what companies & innovators need to know generally & in pandemic times to survive & stay viable.

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World Power with Connie Stacey Ep35 show art World Power with Connie Stacey Ep35

Cross-polliNation - a show about creativity and innovation

 

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Diversity, EDI & Innovation - Does it Mean What You Think?  with Marcie Hawranik & Alicia Bjarnason Episode 34 show art Diversity, EDI & Innovation - Does it Mean What You Think? with Marcie Hawranik & Alicia Bjarnason Episode 34

Cross-polliNation - a show about creativity and innovation

Co-hosts of (Ex)clusion podcast, Marcie Hawranik & Alicia Bjarnason lead Canadian Equality Consulting & Bjarg Consulting, respectively. We chat equity, diversity & inclusion (EDI) in organizations - what it means, how it supports innovation, better workplaces & policies, as well as the EDI ideas behind our podcasts.

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Pandemic Pop-Up with Omar Mouallem  show art Pandemic Pop-Up with Omar Mouallem

Cross-polliNation - a show about creativity and innovation

Award-winning writer Omar Mouallem started Pandemic University to support writers & journalists during the pandemic. He chats on creating a niche platform that builds community & revenues in a new world for writers.

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Pivoting in the Pandemic with Chrissy Gow  show art Pivoting in the Pandemic with Chrissy Gow

Cross-polliNation - a show about creativity and innovation

Chrissy Gow at Eventmobi chats on how the event management software company changed how it serves customers, pivoted its business model & how it's working to make online events more interactive, fun & engaging.

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Thinking Global Scale with Mark Philpott show art Thinking Global Scale with Mark Philpott

Cross-polliNation - a show about creativity and innovation

Mark Philpott left a corporate career for social enterprise. He chats global travel, big projects & cross-pollinating skills between fields.

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New Kinds of Work - the Gig Economy with Diane Mulcahy Episode 30 show art New Kinds of Work - the Gig Economy with Diane Mulcahy Episode 30

Cross-polliNation - a show about creativity and innovation

Diane Mulcahy wrote the best-seller, "The Gig Economy". She chats on becoming an independent worker with a portfolio career when traditional careers aren't traditional anymore.

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Career Inflection Points with Dr. Nayla Bahri show art Career Inflection Points with Dr. Nayla Bahri

Cross-polliNation - a show about creativity and innovation

What to do about work when the world is uncertain? Dr. Nayla Bahri talks work & careers in times of uncertainty & regular circumstances & what we can do. She chats on her research on good job outcomes following the 2008 financial crisis & what that can tell us now.

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Reinventing from Oil & Gas -Ingredients Part 2 - with Carl, Nathalie & Clark show art Reinventing from Oil & Gas -Ingredients Part 2 - with Carl, Nathalie & Clark

Cross-polliNation - a show about creativity and innovation

How to creatively reinvent careers? Carl, Nathalie & Clark worked in Alberta's oil & gas sector. Now they do completely different work. They chat critical ingredients of successful reinventions, lessons & how not to get stuck.

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What’s amazing about plants? Plant scientist Jerrin Victor tells us how growing new kinds of plants faster can have an impact on challenges from deforestation to climate change, biodiversity & feeding the world. He chats on why plants are his passion but creating jobs is the most important part of his work.