Between the Slides

Between the Slides

A podcast sharing the discussions that happen "Between the Slides" of a meeting, training or at a conference. My guests and I share some real talk about the practical application of lessons learned in the areas of incident management, project management, leadership, education and training, and applying the "Foundational Four" of objectives, organization resources and communication to achieve team success. Listen and subscribe on your preferred platform. - iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/between-the-slides/id1437108768?mt=2 - Android: http://subscribeonandroid.com/www.blubrry.com/feeds/betweentheslides.xml I hope these episodes are helpful resources to you and your organizations and I appreciate any feedback or future topics you’d like to hear about or discuss on the “Between the Slides” podcast. Godspeed, Kevin Pannell, PSC3, PMP Twitter & Instagram: @PSCtoPMP | Facebook: PSCtoPMP Email: KP.BTS.Podcast@gmail.com... Show More

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It was a great opportunity to speak with Andrew Smith, Third Degree Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (BJJ) Black Belt and Co-owner of Revolution BJJ in Richmond, Virginia. During our almost two hour conversation we learn of Andrew's history with BJJ, BJJ's growth in America since the 1990's, building a business from the ground up, creating a unique grappling tournament and paying it forward through new instructor growth and onlin... Read more

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Sharing my $.02 on keeping lessons learned from projects simple and constantly gathering personal lessons learned about ourselves #selfdevelopment #lessonslearned #improvementplan

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My two cents on the correlations of the Mission Impossible movies and the lifecycle of project teams

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An adaptation of Kipling's "If" sharing experiences faced by All-Hazards Planning Section Chiefs #allhazards #incidentcommant #incidentmanagementteams

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An adaptation of Kipling's "If" with focus on the challenges faced by Project Managers #projectmanagement #leadership

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February 5, 2020 4 min

My $.02 and thoughts from the road on turning conscripts into teammates. #projectmanagement #team #leadership

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Triangles are the strongest geometric shapes and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (BJJ) is one of the most effective martial arts int he world.  At the base of the development of BJJ are ancient grapplers from India, China and Greece. As the triangle moves to a point the Japanese created an open hand combat art called Jiu Jitsu used by Samurai.  As the sun set on the time of the Samurai a visionary developed it into a more recognized and pop... Read more

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Welcome to the 'People, Process, Progress' podcast.  If you listened to the 'Between the Slides' podcast, thank you for listening to that show and welcome to the new one. If you're a first time listener I look forward to growing as a person and podcaster through your listenership and feedback.

Thank you for taking the time to hit play and learn a little about me.

Godspeed,

Kevin

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I say goodbye to my first podcast 'Between the Slides' and prepare to kick off the 'People, Process, Progress' podcast. Thank you to the over 6,300 listeners!

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In this episode I share what I think are best practices from my own experiences and based on conversations around the topic with some of my friends and colleagues about planning for the death of our Brothers and Sisters in Public Safety.

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Sharing lessons learned from my time having to prepare to provide a 10 day supply of medication to over 300,000 residents within 48 hours as a Public Health Emergency Coordinator.

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In this episode I share the health and medical focused tips learned over a decade in Public Health and Emergency Management.

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How to practically apply principals from the Texas A&M Engineering Extension (TEEX) MGT 404: Sports and Special Event Management course. *Don't be too comfortable with your planned events.

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My take on Michael S. Dobson's 12 laws mentioned in his book, "Streetwise Project Management".

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Contingency planning and table topping possible worst case scenarios should happen for every planned event. Here are some ways to do it.

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Documents aren't sexy, but they're critical to keep in order and archived. "If it isn't documented, it didn't happen"

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In this episode I share some tips on preparing for one of those screening tools, the colonoscopy. SPOILER: It's not fun...but it's worth it.

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Trying to pay forward the knowledge I gained from the Prosci Change Management course for Project Managers and members of All-Hazards Incident Management Team (IMT) members.

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My pal Rob is back and we share how to work the "leg" of the Planning "P" for special event planning and incident response.

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In this episode I share my progress against my list from Episode 16: Foundational Four for BJJ White Belts and the realities I faced throughout my first full year as a BJJ player.

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