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The Disability And…Podcast gets right to the heart of some of the most pressing issues in arts, culture and beyond with a series of bold, provocative and insightful interviews with disabled artists, key industry figures and the odd legend. The Disability and…Podcast is currently monthly.
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Mind The Gaps

Kirsten Davidson, RP

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Mind The Gaps: verb ~ to surrender our typical ways of looking at life, so we may step out of our comfort zone and into our growth zone. Hosted by Kirsten Davidson, Registered Psychotherapist in Ontario, Canada - Mind The Gaps aims to spark curiosity about what we typically accept as facts regarding ourselves, others, and the world. By challenging our norms, we have the power to get ‘unstuck’ from the grip of our comfort zone and expand - limitlessly - into our growth zone. In this podcast, ...
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A different twist on parenting podcasts. A Licensed Marriage Family Therapist, a mom of 5 kids, and her teenage son discuss topics relating and affecting teenagers today. Our mission is to bridge the communication gap between parents and their teenage children, to help teenagers find their voice, and for parents to understand how to use theirs.
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Mind The Gap: Tube 160

Transport for London

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Join host Tim Dunn on a journey into the amazing underground world of the London Tube! For 160 years the London Underground has been part of the fabric of life in the capital. Tim travels to Tube stations across London, along his way meeting guests including tv and radio presenter Rylan, writer, DJ and Night Czar Amy Lamé and designer Wayne Hemingway and hears stories of their passion and love for the world’s oldest underground network. An official podcast from Transport for London.
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Mind The Gap is brought to you by the team at Freshchat. We start conversations with experts and hustlers on growth, marketing, and customer experience to identify gaps in these domains and tips on how to close them. Visit the website at freshchat.com/mind-the-gap – Get a sneak peek into our upcoming episodes, record a question for the guest, and get featured on the show.
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Explore the barriers to skills transfer and how to overcome them, with a sprinkle of neuroscience. Stella Collins and her guests share insights into how L&D can take people from knowing – to doing. Watch out skills gap – we're coming for you!
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The Mind the Data Gap podcast focuses on modern data practices and their impact on software dev and testing and applications in data science. Together with our guests, some of the greatest minds in the world of data, we deep dive into the most important data trends and topics. Your host is Nicolai Baldin, CEO and Founder of Synthesized. Mind the Data Gap is is the official podcast of Synthesized.io, a development framework that enables any company to optimal datasets for their testing and da ...
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Welcome to Episode 8: Mind-Body Fusion, where Kirsten is joined by Naturopathic Doctor, Dr. Curtis Baker. Dr. Baker is a co-founder and co-owner of Simcoe Naturopathic Clinic in Ontario. In this episode, we’ll discover that there is no ‘gap’ between mind and body, as they are inextricably fused. Dr. Baker shares his insights on this mind-body fusio…
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Welcome to Episode 7: Authentic & Accepted. In this episode, Kirsten explores why we sometimes lose touch with our true self, and how we can get back to living in harmony with our beliefs, values, and desires. Get ready to dive into the ‘gap’ between the version of yourself that you show to the world and your authentic self - it’s here, where you’l…
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Welcome to Episode 6: Life Lessons from Yoga, where Kirsten is joined by Yoga Teacher, Aneta Pietruszko. Aneta is the proud owner of Power Yoga Canada Burlington, a co-founder and retreat leader of Soulfull Yoga Wellness, and a Lululemon Ambassador. In this episode, we’ll hear personal experiences and the science of how yoga can elevate mental, phy…
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Welcome to Episode 5: ‘Blue Zone Living’ in Costa Rica. In this episode, Kirsten reveals how the secrets of Blue Zone longevity showed up on her recent solo trip to a yoga retreat in Costa Rica. Get ready to learn how we can all bring the Blue Zone ways of life home with us, no matter where home is.Kirsten Davidson, RP tarafından oluşturuldu
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Tune into this episode of the "Mind The Skills Gap" podcast for an insightful discussion on how Animal Care has selected and adopted Stellar Labs as their digital learning technology within a very fast-paced business environment. This episode features host Stella Collins, and Cheryl Lawrence-Tarr and Ester Forcada, two Heads of Learning at Animal C…
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This month on the Disability And... podcast, Disability Arts Online's Founding Editor Colin Hambrook talks to writer and Chief Executive of CRIPtic Arts, Jamie Hale, about how the CRIPtic came into existence and their thoughts and approaches when working with disabled collaborators.Disability Arts Online and Mind the Gap tarafından oluşturuldu
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Welcome to Episode 4: The Power of Action, where Kirsten is joined by Chiropractor & Functional Medicine Practitioner, Dr. Taylor Smeenk. In this Episode, we’ll learn how to build and break habits by harnessing the power of action – taking those first and incremental steps into our growth zone. Together, Kirsten & Dr. Taylor explore why action itse…
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Welcome to Episode 3: Gratitude for Pain. In this episode, Kirsten explores how practicing gratitude can help us lead meaningful lives - no matter our circumstances. Get ready to access your 'superpower' of feeling gratitude for the most beautiful things in life and the most painful things.Kirsten Davidson, RP tarafından oluşturuldu
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Tune into the "Mind The Skills Gap" podcast for a focused discussion on the strategic use of artificial intelligence in enhancing workplace learning. With Callum Clark, the brains behind Stellar Labs' AI, we're tearing down the complexities of AI and laying out the blueprint for its effective use in training. Here's what you'll gain from the episod…
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This month, Mind the Gap’s Associate Producer Paul Wilshaw chats with artist and activist James Leadbitter, a.k.a. the Vacuum Cleaner, about his work around the topic of mental health, his work abroad, and how the arts help support people's mental health. This podcast contains some strong language. James Leadbitter's website.…
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Welcome to Episode 2: Breathwork & Mushrooms, where Kirsten is joined by Samantha Gladish, Holistic Wellness Coach. In this episode, we'll learn about the roles of psilocybin in treating mental health concerns, and of breathwork in experiencing altered states of consciousness. Together, Samantha and Kirsten explore how it's possible to take a ‘trip…
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In this episode of the Mind The Skills Gap podcast, we're thrilled to welcome the brilliant technical minds behind Stellar Labs, CTO Jan Pannecoeck and Nik Torfs, Full-stack Engineer/DevOps. Together with Stella Collins, they make it easy to understand: How Stellar Labs practically employs AI to enhance customer experience The locations of Stellar …
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This month Disability Arts Online have been taken over by audio visual artist, curator and producer AlanJames Burns. As part of their content takeover, AlanJames talks with Professor Julia Watts Belser who is a professor of Jewish Studies and Disability Studies at Georgetown University. They discuss their experiences as creative practitioners, memb…
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Join TV Presenter and Broadcaster Rylan on the ultimate Christmas commute! Tim Dunn gets special permission to take Rylan on a ride in the driver’s cab on a Central line Train, all the way from Oxford Circus to Epping. You may not know, but Rylan is a self-confessed Tube obsessive, and cannot hold back his excitement. He tells Tim about how he fell…
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This month Mind The Gap's Associate Producer Paul Wilshaw chats with writer and actor Chris Hannon about the representation of disability in pantomimes and how Chris makes pantos more inclusive. Chris has acted in Coronation Street and Doctors and for the past 13 years has been the Dame in the Wakefield Theatres panto.…
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Like the Tube itself, Amy Lamé is a London icon and legend - and she asks Tim to meet her at one of London’s busiest stations for nightlife, Tottenham Court Road, to talk about her role with the Mayor of London as ‘Night Czar’. What does that mean - and how important has the night tube been for London’s communities and businesses, including Amy’s f…
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All aboard the newly refurbished Central line trains! Join Tim Dunn as he catches an exclusive first-ever ride to see the results of the biggest upgrade programme in the Tube’s history. Joining him is special guest Paul Marchant, the man behind the Central line’s new seating fabric and fascinating patterns (know as the moquette). That’s just one sm…
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In this first episode, Tim Dunn navigates the many tunnels and architectural wonders of Bank station during a chat with the ‘Tubemapper’ Luke Agbaimoni, the man whose passion for taking photos on the Underground is propelling him to capture images of every station on the Tube map. After a quick trip on the Central line to Shepherd’s Bush station, T…
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Take an incredible journey Underground with host Tim Dunn, as he explores the amazing world of the London Tube, to celebrate its 160th Anniversary. Travelling to stations across the capital, Tim meets guests including Rylan Clark, Amy Lamé, Wayne Hemingway and designers and engineers from TfL, who reveal the passion, love, and incredible stories be…
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In this episode, we have the pleasure of welcoming the founders of Skewb Climate, Shashi and Indu Seshadri. Shashi Seshadri, Co-Founder of Skewb Climate, is a driven individual with a wealth of experience in the UK Utilities sector. With a background in Electronic Engineering and an Accelerated Development Programme at the London Business School, S…
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This month Eleanor Lisney and Eric Wu are in conversation. Eleanor Lisney is a Disability Arts Online board member, she's also a co-founder of disabled women's collective Sisters of Frida and of Culture Access CIC. Eric Wu is a nutrition and dietetics student and mental health community organiser at King's College, London. Eleanor and Eric discuss …
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In this episode of Mind the Gap, we're joined by Steve Fraser, a veteran with over 20 years of experience in transforming infrastructure businesses. Currently overseeing the operations of five gas distribution networks at Cadent, Steve's accountability extends to maintaining system safety and managing the National Gas Emergency Number. With a backg…
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Join us in this episode as we are thrilled to host Kate Lazenby, the Executive Director of The Pipeline Industries Guild. Kate's journey is marked by a deep commitment to the industry, having served as DC2 and Chair of the Midlands Branch before her current role. Kate's corporate experience includes a pivotal role as an Account Lead for Costain Gro…
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In this episode of Mind The Gap, we're joined by Dan Holland, a seasoned professional with over 25 years of experience in the Utilities, FM, and Defence sectors in the UK. Dan's career has been defined by his commitment to "delivering more for less". In 2019, he took on the challenge of leading a dynamic team at Network Plus, a smaller Manchester-b…
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In this last episode of Neuroscience for Learning, we explore the fascinating topic of how our brains are designed to forget, featuring expert Tina Harris. Discover why forgetting is actually crucial for our memory functions and how we can support and enhance our ability to remember. We delve into the role of the hippocampus, the conductor of memor…
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This month, Mind the Gap Associate Artist Daniel Foulds chats with playwright and activist Leanna Benjamin about her experiences of being on the Graeae ‘Introduction to Playwrighting’ course, being ‘Artist for Change’ at Leeds Playhouse, and the barriers she faces in the theatre industry.Disability Ars Online and Mind the Gap tarafından oluşturuldu
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Welcome to Mind The Gap! Today, we're honoured to host Jon Butterworth MBE, a distinguished energy industry leader with over 40 years of experience. As CEO of National Gas Transmission and Metering, Jon played a pivotal role in its transition to an independent entity after divesting from National Grid. He oversees the UK's regulated National Transm…
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Welcome to Mind the Gap, the podcast on a mission to bridge the skills divide. Join us in thought-provoking conversations with industry leaders, experts, and change-makers who are reshaping industries and championing inclusivity. From utilities to technology, education to business, we explore strategies, workforce development, re-skilling, inclusiv…
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In this fifth episode of our captivating neuroscience series on building habits for effective learning. We delve into the fascinating process of habit formation within the brain. In this episode, our expert guest Jaan sheds light on how habits initially start as conscious actions controlled by the prefrontal cortex, and then gradually transition to…
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This month on the Disability And...podcast, founding editor of Disability Arts Online Colin Hambrook chats with Baluji and Linda Shrivastav about the Inner Vision Orchestra, Jazz Orient, and Dot Aware: a wearable braille device to assist visually impaired musicians in the working environment.Disability Arts Online and Graeae tarafından oluşturuldu
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In this episode, Stella and Karen delve into the fascinating world of neuroplasticity and its impact on learning. Join us as we explore how our brains form and reform connections through the use of glucose, electricity, and chemicals. Discover the truth about the brain's capacity to change and adapt, debunking the myth of its fixed nature. Learn ab…
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On the 50th Disability and...Podcast, Mind the Gap's Assistant Producer Paul Wilshaw chats to learning-disabled writer and researcher Daniel Foulds about Disability Pride Month, identity politics and finding solidarity through the difficulties of managing multiple impairments.Disability Arts Online and Mind the Gap tarafından oluşturuldu
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In this episode, Stella Collins and Karen Mouws explore the fascinating world of neuroscience in learning. They delve into the concept of cognitive overload caused by an excessive amount of content and its impact on our brains. Stella presents an engaging activity that demonstrates cognitive overload firsthand. Karen then shares four essential stra…
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This month on the Disability and...Podcast, founding editor of Disability Arts Online, Colin Hambrook, chats with actor, writer, poet and comedian Jasmin Thien. Jasmin reflects on her intersectional experience of the performing arts as a disabled migrant to the UK, of Chinese heritage. They also discuss how Jasmin got into the arts and her recent d…
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In this episode of "The Neuroscience of Learning," Stella Collins and Tina Harris delve into the fascinating world of motivating minds and bodies to learn. They explore the crucial role neurotransmitters play in our brain states during the learning process, highlighting the significance of curiosity fuelled by dopamine, attention supported by acety…
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This month, Mind the Gap’s Assistant Producer Paul Wilshaw chats with Professor of Theatre at York St John’s University, Matthew Reason and Mind the Gap's Head of Learning & Support Melissa Conyers about University education and how the two organisations have come together to create an accredited course in theatre for people with learning disabilit…
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In this episode of "Neuroscience for Learning," Stella Collins and Jaan Couvreur explore how our brains learn and the challenges we face in applying that knowledge in the professional context. They introduce the concept of building a brain, highlighting the brainstem, central cerebrum, and cerebral cortex, and how they contribute to our learning pr…
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AI is here, and it's changing the world. But what does that mean for L&D? Donald Clark, the world-leading authority on AI in learning, joins Stella to shed light on the AI revolution we're living through. Listen to this episode for fascinating insights, and practical steps L&D can take to use AI to boost productivity and the impact of learning. Don…
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The human element of learning analytics and how to use data to create better learning experiences. In this episode, Stella dives into learning data and how to use it, with Bart Rienties, Professor of Learning Analytics at The Open University. Bart Rienties is the Professor of Learning Analytics at The Open University. As an educational psychologist…
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This month Paul Wilshaw chats with founders of TripleC and the Disability Artists Network Community (DANC) Cherylee Houston and Melissa Johns. He asks them about their careers as actors and how their experiences led to the formation of Triple C and DANC. This podcast contains some strong language. TripleC website…
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This month, artist and creative practitioner Steph Robson, aka Hello Little Lady, chats with award-winning theatre maker and equality strategist, Vici Wreford-Sinnott. Steph asks Vici about the importance of regional identity, the Northeast's role in disability arts history, and the current regional and national landscape for disabled artists. Rela…
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Learning transfer is a major challenge - on average only around 15% of training turns into skills on the job. Not a comfortable conversation to have with the C-Suite! So how do you tackle the elephant in the room? Paul Matthews, CEO of People Alchemy and Learning Transfer guru, joined me to discuss. It's a great episode packed with insights, includ…
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Can digital learning build more than knowledge and help people build skills? In this episode, I'm joined by Georgie Cooke, Director at learning design agency, Lima Delta. Listen for a host of practical insights to help you design learning to build skills, including on: Design processes for building skills The support needed for self-directed learni…
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Can you effectively create content without being connected to the product and customer? In this episode, I talked with Rish Bhandari, CEO at Content Beta, on the differences (and similarities) between content and product marketing. In our discussion, we cover: why product marketers can create powerful content, instances where it makes sense for con…
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This month, DAO Founding Editor Colin Hambrook chats with Disability Arts Shropshire's (DASH) recently-retired Artistic Director Mike Layward about changes within the visual arts sector that he's observed over his 25 years with DASH.Disability Arts Online and Mind the Gap tarafından oluşturuldu
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Will watching 100 hours of LinkedIn Learning courses make you better at your job? What can you learn from bad bosses? And, why be a facilitator not just a performer. In this episode of Mind the Skills Gap Simon Howson-Baggott (Manager, Customer Success at LinkedIn Learning) shares his insights from a long career in L&D , including 5+ years at Linke…
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