100 episodes

Walk Talk Listen, an attempt to connect people and make this world a bit better by sharing opinions and experiences based on the belief that everyone’s perspective is true albeit partial.

Walk Talk Listen Podcast Maurice A. Bloem

    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0 • 7 Ratings

Walk Talk Listen, an attempt to connect people and make this world a bit better by sharing opinions and experiences based on the belief that everyone’s perspective is true albeit partial.

    Virtual WalkTalk Listen with Jamie Bearse (episode 100)

    Virtual WalkTalk Listen with Jamie Bearse (episode 100)

    Jamie Bearse learned as a dad, husband, and a nonprofit executive for the past 20 years that there isn’t a better feeling than being surrounded by people who make you want to be a better person. "When we’re inspiring each other, there’s nothing we can’t accomplish or overcome." With a vision to change the way nonprofits think, act, and operate, Jamie loves working with leaders and organizations to help transform company culture and build better nonprofits that create empowering communities and improve our lives.
     
    During his 21-plus years as a nonprofit executive, he has proven success. During the last 10 years, ZERO Prostate Cancer has grown its fundraising, reserve fund, and program staff size by 500 percent while consistently earning four-out-of-four stars from Charity Navigator and earning the NonProfit Times' Top “Best Places to Work For” eight times in nine years.
    Jame is ready for a new adventure and you can read all about it on the website of his new company (he will start officially in July 2023): Build A Better Non Profit.
     
    He is a nonprofit nerd and a pop culture geek to his core. He lives outside of Boston with his wife and family. One of his favorite things to do is mentor in leadership, teamwork, culture, fundraising, board-building, advocacy, and strategic planning. He says: "If you’re ready to build a better nonprofit, need to tackle a problem, or just want to workshop an idea, I am here for you."
    Jamie is on Twitter.
     
    The songs picked by all our guests can be found via  our playlist #walktalklisten here. 
     
    Please let me/us know via our email innovationhub@cwsglobal.org what you think about this new series. We would love to hear from you.
     
    Please like/follow our Walk Talk Listen podcast and follow @mauricebloem on twitter and instagram.  Or check us out on our website 100mile.org.  We also encourage you to check out the special WTL series Enough for All about an organization called CWS.

    • 1 hr 10 min
    Virtual Walk Talk Listen with Katie Roth Mylenbusch (episode 99)

    Virtual Walk Talk Listen with Katie Roth Mylenbusch (episode 99)

    Katie Roth Mylenbusch, CFRE has been Development Director of Laudato Si' Movement (LSM) since 2018. She draws on 16+ years of fundraising experience in higher education, social services, health and environmental related organizations. She earned her Bachelor’s degree from DePauw University and her Master’s Degree in Nonprofit Administration from North Park University. You can find the documentary here.
    Her organization can be found via LinkedIn, Instagram and Facebook.
     
    The songs picked by all our guests can be found via  our playlist #walktalklisten here. 
     
    The upcoming 11th 100 mile walk will take place from March 26- April 1, 2023 in Seattle, Washington area. Here are the links that are mentioned in the short promo at th end of this episode: https://fundraise.cwsglobal.org/100-mile/maurice-bloem and https://www.noxgear.com/ref/mauricebloem100milewalk/
     
    Please let me/us know via our email innovationhub@cwsglobal.org what you think about this series or if have questions about the 11th 100 mile walk. Please like/follow our Walk Talk Listen podcast and follow @mauricebloem on twitter and instagram.  Or check us out on our website 100mile.org.  We also encourage you to check out the special WTL series Enough for All about an organization called CWS.

    • 46 min
    Virtual Walk Talk Listen Intermezzo - a short message from Diana

    Virtual Walk Talk Listen Intermezzo - a short message from Diana

    This week's episode will be available one day later than usual, apologies if we are testing your patience. We do encourage you to listen to this short message about the upcoming 100 mile walk that will take place from March 26- April 1, 2023 in Seattle, Washington area. Here are the links that are mentioned in the short audio: https://fundraise.cwsglobal.org/100-mile/maurice-bloem and https://www.noxgear.com/ref/mauricebloem100milewalk/
    Please let me/us know via our email innovationhub@cwsglobal.org what you think about this new series or if have questions about the 11th 100 mile walk.
    Please like/follow our Walk Talk Listen podcast and follow @mauricebloem on twitter and instagram.  Or check us out on our website 100mile.org.  We also encourage you to check out the special WTL series Enough for All about an organization called CWS.

    • 4 min
    Virtual Walk Talk Listen with Tim Ward (episode 98)

    Virtual Walk Talk Listen with Tim Ward (episode 98)

    Tim Ward is an author, publisher, communications expert and itinerant philosopher. He has a lifelong fascination with the process of transformation, both personal and social. Tim has written ten books on topics as wide ranging as What the Buddha Never Taught (about the time he spent living in a Buddhist Monastery), and The Master Communicator’s Handbook. As co-owner of Intermedia Communications Training, he works with global environmental and development organizations like the World Wildlife Fund, the Green Climate Fund, the World Bank and the IMF, helping them communicate their complex messages more clearly. As publisher of Changemakers Books, Tim has published over 100 books by more than 80 authors on transformation, including many books on sustainability, climate change, social justice, and creating a better future. Currently, Tim and his wife Teresa are digital nomads, living, working and traveling in Europe. You can find Tim’s travel blog on Medium.com.
     
    Tim's company is on Facebook,
     
    The songs picked by all our guests can be found via  our playlist #walktalklisten here. 
    Please let me/us know via our email innovationhub@cwsglobal.org what you think about this new series. We would love to hear from you.
     
    Please like/follow our Walk Talk Listen podcast and follow @mauricebloem on twitter and instagram.  Or check us out on our website 100mile.org.  We also encourage you to check out the special WTL series Enough for All about an organization called CWS.
     
    This episode was made possible by the support of an organization called CWS.  You want to be a part of movement? Well, sign up to become a sustaining partner. As a Sustaining Partner, you can make a difference in the world – automatically, every month. Sustaining Partners  commit to a hopeful future by making compassion a part of their monthly budget. It could mean new systems to manage precious resources like water. Or diversified ways of earning a living that make people more resilient. For as little as $10 a month, you can transform lives. Go to Www.cwsglobal.org/sustain

    • 1 hr 8 min
    Virtual Walk Talk Listen with Pooja Tilvawala (episode 97)

    Virtual Walk Talk Listen with Pooja Tilvawala (episode 97)

    Pooja Tilvawala is a climate justice community connector who was born in India, but grew up in the US. She has degrees in Economics and International Studies and first worked at the Meridian Institute to advance ocean policy in Mexico and federal climate policy in the US, form alliances to act on plastic pollution, and more. 
     
    Currently, she is the Founder and Director of Youth Climate Collaborative, a designer for Rivet, a finance team member of the Climate Youth Negotiators Program, and an active member of YOUNGO. She focuses on capacity-building for youth, effective storytelling, intergenerational action, power sharing, and microfinance for youth led action. Her purpose in life is to nurture her curiosity and creativity, encourage herself and others to challenge the status quo, and unite people to improve the quality of life for all.   
     
    Her social media handles are Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and her company also had Twitter, Instagram and Facebook handles.
     
    She talked in the podcast about the work of her friend Alex Lew.
     
    The songs picked by all our guests can be found via  our playlist #walktalklisten here. 
     
    Please let me/us know via our email innovationhub@cwsglobal.org what you think about this new series. We would love to hear from you.
     
    Please like/follow our Walk Talk Listen podcast and follow @mauricebloem on twitter and instagram.  Or check us out on our website 100mile.org.  We also encourage you to check out the special WTL series Enough for All about an organization called CWS.
     
    This episode was made possible by the support of an organization called CWS.  You want to be a part of movement? Well, sign up to become a sustaining partner. As a Sustaining Partner, you can make a difference in the world – automatically, every month. Sustaining Partners  commit to a hopeful future by making compassion a part of their monthly budget. It could mean new systems to manage precious resources like water. Or diversified ways of earning a living that make people more resilient. For as little as $10 a month, you can transform lives. Go to Www.cwsglobal.org/sustain

    • 43 min
    Virtual Walk Talk Listen with Melissa O’Mara (episode 96)

    Virtual Walk Talk Listen with Melissa O’Mara (episode 96)

    Melissa O'Mara is the founder of The Leaders Co-Lab and the Changemakers@Work online professional development community. She helps progressive CXOs and sustainability leaders overcome internal politics and pushback to create breakthrough results on sustainability by activating powerful teams and networks of changemakers. Melissa’s experience encompasses 27 years in complex, global organizations such as Schneider Electric, IBM and Andersen Consulting, engaging in information systems consulting, project management, change management, consultative solution sales, solutions sales management, professional coaching, and leadership development.  She looks to maximize institutional and cultural response to environmental and economic challenges through activating teams and communities of purpose, accelerating public/private collaboration and innovation, and enabling collective leadership.  Melissa works globally from her home base near Syracuse, NY.
     
    Please click on the following link to find out more about Melissa, her work and how to get in contact with her: https://linktr.ee/Melissa_OMara_TLC
     
    The songs picked by all our guests can be found via  our playlist #walktalklisten here. 
    Please let me/us know via our email innovationhub@cwsglobal.org what you think about this new series. We would love to hear from you.
     
    Please like/follow our Walk Talk Listen podcast and follow @mauricebloem on twitter and instagram.  Or check us out on our website 100mile.org.  We also encourage you to check out the special WTL series Enough for All about an organization called CWS.
     
    This episode was made possible by the support of an organization called CWS.  You want to be a part of movement? Well, sign up to become a sustaining partner. As a Sustaining Partner, you can make a difference in the world – automatically, every month. Sustaining Partners  commit to a hopeful future by making compassion a part of their monthly budget. It could mean new systems to manage precious resources like water. Or diversified ways of earning a living that make people more resilient. For as little as $10 a month, you can transform lives. Go to Www.cwsglobal.org/sustain

    • 58 min

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