The Episode No 36 titled Podcasting in the Context of The 4th Industrial Revolution, seeks to position Podcasting as one of the key social media platforms emerging. It has a young history but it is growing very fast. The podcasters do not have problems of legacy technologies like the broadcasters. They are early adopters of The 4th Industrial Revolution technologies.
In this episode we are focusing on the role that the Alumni play in supporting the good course of their former institution. We also seek to define the Alumni. It is advisable that the Alumni is organised and coordinate their activities with the institution. In doing that they should consult with the institution. We encourage the Alumni to remain independent and not interfere in the affairs of their former institutions negatively. We hope to inspire and encourage you to consider going back to your former institution to support its work. Enjoy the podcast. Feel free to give us your views, and feedback. Lastly, we invite you to follow our podcast show, Sam Tsima Network Show (STNS) at www.spreaker.com so that you will receive notifications when new episodes are published.
This episode is focusing on the opportunity presented by Alumni to make a difference at their former institutions and/or organizations. We are creating the understanding of Alumni, their relationship with their former institutions, the objectives they may pursue, the legal form they may take, and the recommended resource mobilization. Enjoy listening. Follow our podcast, Sam Tsima Network Show (STNS) at www.spreaker.com , you will receive regular notifications when new episodes are published.
Mindfulness practice is the most spiritually fulfilling behavior. I frequently recommend it to my coaching clients when they feel overwhelmed by their VUCA world. VUCA = Volatile, Uncertain, Complex, and Ambiguous. Today I want you to join and be fully present with me on the road Mindfulness. This episode is light, fun and entertaining. I just want to connect with you, my audience. Enjoy listening. Thank you for following my Podcast!