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Net Assessment
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Net Assessment

War on the Rocks

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Hosts Melanie Marlowe and Christopher Preble debate their way through some of the toughest and most contentious topics related to war, international relations, and strategy. This podcast is brought to you by War on the Rocks.
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Welcome to 'Assessment: Joining the Dots' - the new podcast from GL Assessment (known as GL Education internationally). Each month we’ll bring you a new episode featuring guests from across the world of education, jargon-busting explainers on key assessment terms, and conversations with schools like yours across the globe. Find out more and access bonus content at: http://www.gl-assessment.co.uk/podcast Get in touch and send us your contributions: podcast@gl-assessment.co.uk Follow us on X: ...
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Sie planen Ihren nächsten Schritt als Führungskraft? Oder sind Sie bereits losgegangen und stehen im Auswahlverfahren für eine Position im Top-Management? Dann wartet jetzt sicher ein anspruchsvolles Assessment-Center auf Sie und darauf lohnt es sich vorzubereiten. Ich zeige Ihnen wie: Welche Aufgaben es zu bearbeiten gilt und worauf es dabei ankommt. Meine Kunden, die ihre Assessments bereits erfolgreich durchlaufen haben, berichten gern von ihren Erfahrungen und auch daraus können Sie Info ...
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As the CEO of my own RTO for over 12 years and a qualified Trainer and Assessor for more than 15 years this podcast will help you develop your skills and knowledge to become a leader in your industry. Using strategies that enhance your delivery, connect with your learners and obtain exceptional outcomes.Professional development is vital to your success and we are here to help you discover your flow and best practice as a professional trainer and assessor.Learn all aspects of Training design ...
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Fair Assessment
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Fair Assessment

Gwen Faulkenberry & Ali Noland

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Hosted by veteran classroom teacher Gwen Faulkenberry of Ozark and Little Rock School Board member and education attorney Ali Noland, Fair Assessment breaks down important and complex education issues facing Arkansas schools.
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”Israel Lobby Damage Assessment” is a podcast of the Institute for Research Middle Eastern Policy. IRmep is a Washington-based nonprofit organization that studies US-Middle East policy formulation. Founded in 2002, IRmep is non-partisan and does not support or oppose candidates for public office. IRmep’s Center for Policy & Law files Freedom of Information Act requests and lawsuits to create warranted transparency and reveal the functions of government. It also examines how balanced and vigo ...
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The Coastal Air Assessments Podcast is brought to you, first and foremost, with your health in mind. Discussing a range of topics related to indoor air quality is, Cory King, the host and Coastal Air Assessments business owner. Along with his co-host, Garfield Bowen, Cory’s show will delve into some frequently asked questions about the contaminants that pollute your indoor air, and discuss ways to solve the problem! If you want science-based solutions to your indoor air quality problems and ...
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Chris, Zack, and Melanie sat down to talk about the new National Defense Industrial Strategy. Is this document really a strategy? What are the biggest problems we need to fix with respect to our defense industrial base? Considering the state of where we are now, is it even possible to get our industrial house in order in the near term to deter or p…
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In our latest episode we're joining the dots on the Whole Pupil View - a model that explains how data triangulation is key in helping educators fully understand their learners. We discuss this and more with our special guest Laura Stansfield, Primary Group Curriculum Assessment Coordinator at the Braeburn Group of International Schools. Our regular…
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Today on the show we get into three zero-day vulnerabilities that the government is using to get into iPhones. We talk about Chinese hackers in the US networks for five years targeting communications, energy, transportation, and water systems. China's ICBC was hit with a ransomware attack but was saved by Novell Netware. Plus this week's listener f…
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In dieser Episode thematisiert Gabriele Trachsel das Machtspiel im Beruf und den Einfluss von Vorgesetzten auf Mitarbeiterwechsel. Dabei teilt sie persönliche Erfahrungen aus ihrer Karriere im Kontext der Loyalität gegenüber Vorgesetzten. Trachsel betont die Schlüsselrolle von Führungskräften bei der Stärkung der Mitarbeiterbindung und erklärt, wie…
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Hannah Mullaney is joined by Andrew Meechan, Head of Talent Acquisition at Third Space, to discuss the challenges of recruitment and how assessments can help overcome them. If you’d like to know more about this topic, and how our tools can help transform your hiring process, see the useful resources below: Article – Optimizing Your Selection Proces…
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Today on the show we talk about Ransomware Attacks and using an Albert Sensor. The CISA has a ransomware pilot program to help fight attacks across all sectors at StopRansomware.gov. Microsoft releases preview of Windows Server 2025 with includes hotpatch which is a feature that allows you to patch servers without a reboot. Plus a batch of listener…
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Chris, Melanie and Zack review the Council on Foreign Relations’ annual Preventive Priorities Survey, which asked foreign policy experts to rank 30 current and possible future conflicts relative to their likelihood and impact on U.S. national interests. The leading threat, according to these experts, was of political violence or domestic terrorism …
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We start the show off with a bunch of Apple news talking about them having a backdoor in their phones for the last four years or more. Apple adds a new feature in iOS 17.3 called Stolen Device Protection and in iOS 17.4 Apple will allow side loading. Microsoft CoPilot and Outlook email are possibly tracking you and we get into .onion domain. We Tal…
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Im Rahmen eines Assessment-Centers für Führungskräfte soll geprüft werden, ob Sie die erforderlichen Führungsqualitäten für die Wunschposition im Top-Management mitbringen. Bevor Sie sich dieser anspruchsvollen Aufgabe stellen, sollten Sie Ihre Führungsambitionen kritisch reflektieren. Gabriele Trachsel gibt Ihnen in dieser Folge 8 Punkte mit auf d…
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Today on the show we go over backing up your data locally and in the cloud. We then get into IoT devices like washer, dryer, frige and other appliances. We talk about Google Chrome tracking, Chromium open source, Ivanti has more exploits and much more. We Talk New of The Week Critical Microsoft SharePoint Microsoft Executive Emails Hacked Opera MyF…
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On this January 18 episode of Corporations and Democracy Steve Scalmanini and Annie Esposito discussed "The Israel Lobby vs The Innocents of Gaza" with Norman Solomon, Executive Director of the Institute for Public Accuracy and author of “War Made Invisible: How America Hides the Human Toll of Its Military Machine” and twelve previous books, and Gr…
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Melanie, Chris, and Zack debate whether the international order is fraying and if so, what to do about it. They focus in particular on the recent Houthi attacks on shipping in the Red Sea, and discuss how the United States should respond. Melanie questions Liz Truss's support of expedited defense exports to China and Chris laments the lack of commu…
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Today on the show we go over the security news of the week. We talk about ProtonMail and TutaNota encrypted mail. We talk about Signal, iMessage, and WhatsApp. We get into the open-source software Globaleaks and much more. We Talk New of The Week Russian hackers were inside Ukraine's telecoms Russia hacks more than 10,000 security cameras in Ukrain…
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In our first episode of 2024 we're joining the dots on all things SEND with our special guest Gary Aubin, SEND Consultant at Whole Education. Gary has worked in settings across the UK and internationally for many years promoting the successful inclusion of learners with SEND in mainstream schools. In our regular Data Spotlight feature, we explain t…
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In der neuesten Folge vermittelt Gabriele Trachsel eine zentrale Botschaft. Sie teilt ihre persönlichen Beweggründe für dieses Projekt und reflektiert ihre eigenen Erfahrungen nach dem Assessment-Center. Dabei betont sie die Wichtigkeit einer gezielten Vorbereitung auf anspruchsvolle Auswahlverfahren, insbesondere im Topmanagement. Durch ihre Einbl…
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Host Hannah Mullaney is joined by Melissa Chester, a Business Psychologist at 80Twenty, to discuss neurodiversity and accessibility in the workplace. If you’d like to know more about this topic, and how our tools can help you achieve a more inclusive organizational culture, please see the useful resources below: Guide – Supporting Neurodiversity Ac…
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It's that time of year, you know, that time where if you were fortunate to have a break then you at some point will be returning to work, your job, your business your passion hopefully. So how can you return to work without feeling that holiday hangover? If you are already back at work and hating it, this message is for you. There are some really s…
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Chris, Zack, and Melanie ring in the new year with a discussion on whether or not "The U.S. Needs More Foreign Entanglements," as writer Andreas Kluth argues. What, exactly, is an entangling alliance? How should the United States manage relationships with some of our more tricky partners? Is it politically possible to extricate ourselves from relat…
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On this show, Chris, Melanie, and Zack discuss the so-called “new Washington Consensus” – a reaction to decades of trade liberalization and free market economics that, some warn, has undermined national security and left the United States and others vulnerable to economic coercion. In a recent article, Henry Farrell and Abraham Newman spell out the…
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Season #6, Episode #4 A Time to reflect As we bring 2023 to an end and we move into 2024, now is a great time to reflect, in this episode I share some tips to use and reflect on the year that has been and what you want for 2024 Family Work/Business Spiritually Friends For goodness' sake don’t set New Year's resolutions, some last 7 days but rarely …
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In der heutigen Folge blickt Gabriele Trachsel auf das Jahr 2023 zurück und lässt die Hörer an den Trainingsresultaten einiger Kunden teilhaben. Wie immer war das Jahr geprägt von sehr knapp vor dem Assessment-Center eingehenden Anfragen. Dennoch gibt es eine sehr erfreuliche Jahresbilanz zu verzeichnen: Alle Kunden, die sich intensiv mit den Vorbe…
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Net Assessment is back! Chris, Melanie, and Zack return after a hiatus and start by debating a recent article entitled “The Dysfunctional Superpower” by Robert Gates. They agree that Washington is deeply dysfunctional, but disagree about what can be done to overcome political obstacles and the degree to which this dysfunction gives Russia and China…
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In our final podcast of 2023 we're joining the dots on the past year in education, plus what's in store for 2024, with our special guest Laura McInerney - education journalist, public speaker, and co-founder of Teacher Tapp (a daily survey app used by over 10,000 teachers). Claire McDougall, Head of Curriculum at Wellingborough Preparatory School, …
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Season #6, Episode #3 Mentoring - Share your knowledge. As Coaches and Mentors, we want our students to get the most from our sessions and when we understand why shared knowledge is important to are more willing to share skills and attributes that we have learned along the way. We can be more conscious about planning our session to include key lear…
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Hannah Mullaney is joined by Saville Assessment’s R&D Director Rab MacIver to discuss the concept of emotional intelligence and emotional responsiveness, and how organizations can accurately assess it. If you’d like to know more about this topic, or how our tools can help you with your leadership selection and development, please see the useful res…
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Gabriele Trachsel spricht über das mögliche Abbrechen des Assessment-Center-Trainings und betont ihre Fokussierung auf optimale Vorbereitung. Sie erläutert die individuelle Aufgabenstellungsentwicklung vor dem Training und die Anwendung des Profiling-Value Systems für eine wertebasierte Potenzialanalyse. Gleichzeitig erfahren Sie von ihr Alternativ…
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In dieser Folge widmet sich Gabriele Trachsel den Teilnehmerinnen und Teilnehmern, die das Assessment-Center nicht erfolgreich absolviert haben. Sie präsentiert diesen Kandidaten vier Schritte, die darauf abzielen, ihnen zu helfen, den Rückschlag zu bewältigen und sich auf dem Weg zur Wiedereingliederung in den Erfolgskurs zu unterstützen. 🎧 Hören …
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In the latest episode of our podcast we're joining the dots on wellbeing and inclusion with our special guest Matthew Savage, a highly experienced Assessment, Wellbeing and DEIJB Consultant with a long and varied career in school leadership both in the UK and internationally. Our Data Spotlight focuses on understanding the mindset of learners using…
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Respekt und Autorität ist die Basis für ein erfolgreiches Miteinander. Gabriele Trachsel beschäftigt sich in dieser Folge mit der Frage, wie Respekt und Autorität zusammenhängen, warum sie in allen Teilbereichen des Lebens, aber insbesondere in der Führung, so wichtig sind und welche Bedeutung dies im Assessment-Center hat. Dort wird auf vielerlei …
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Joining us for the inaugural episode of The Deep Dive is Stuart North of Quotient Sciences to discuss the challenges and rewards of identifying and developing effective leaders in a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) organization. If you’d like to know more about this topic, or how our tools can help you with your leadership s…
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