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ELIMINATION

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ELIMINATION

Bob, Mike, Dave and Pauline

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During the boredom of the first lockdown Bob and his Dad Dave created Elimination podcast to debate the important things in life, movies, songs and sitcoms.Joined for season 1 and 1.5 by Bobs Brother Mike and for season 2 and 3 by Cousin Pauline with Mike returning for season 4. We have features, quizzes, laughs, pointless conversation and the all important vote at the end of each episode. Series 1 - Sitcoms Series 1.5 (Bonus) - Christmas SongsSeries 2 - 90's MoviesSeries 3 - 70's SongsSerie ...
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Have you ever wondered what would it be to contribute to open source software. Or being curious on how to get started? Well, wonder no more! In this podcast we let Bob and Josh take us through the tour of the wonderful world of open source, as seen through developers. Come, subscribe and take a listen!
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Java Pub House

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Java Pub House

Freddy Guime & Bob Paulin

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This podcast talks about how to program in Java; not your tipical system.out.println("Hello world"), but more like real issues, such as O/R setups, threading, getting certain components on the screen or troubleshooting tips and tricks in general. The format is as a podcast so that you can subscribe to it, and then take it with you and listen to it on your way to work (or on your way home), and learn a little bit more (or reinforce what you knew) from it.
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The world is waking up to the power of facilitation. Whether it's hosting a workshop, holding better meetings, or leading happy and productive teams - we want to make collaboration easy and effective. Dr. Myriam Hadnes is the founder of NeverDoneBefore, a global online facilitation community and festival, and this is her podcast. 'workshops work' is 50% sandbox and 50% classroom, a safe space for anyone interested in facilitation to learn more about the craft. Each week, a professional facil ...
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This week there's plenty to discuss. The Governor General's been living it up at his tax payer funded residence, International Albo's been drinking Strong Zeros in Japan, the Gold Coast is looking for their next pollie and PWC have been pulling the piss - 100s of billions of the stuff. Some good giggles. Have a listen. See omnystudio.com/listener f…
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What emerges when you survey 1,124 facilitators from 93 countries? The State of Facilitation — a snapshot of our profession for the year and a report packed with insights and direction for our continued development. SessionLab has conducted the first ever State of Facilitation report and Filip Kis, co-founder and CEO, was kind enough to run through…
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Do you have a presence when you facilitate? (Hint: we all do, whether we mean to or not!) The thing is, not all of us know it or practice it. Our presence is a combination of how we show up and how we give out our energy to the room. It’s not just about being present, but the way we do it. Sean Blair has been experimenting with his presence for man…
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A difficult conversation can take many forms — emotionally intense, sharing unexpected information, challenging someone, reasserting boundaries. Whatever ‘difficult’ looks like to you, we all have something in common: we’re terribly under-practiced in having these conversations. For Kate Crawshaw, role play can be the missing piece of the puzzle wh…
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Organisations will go to great lengths to create style guides, knowledge hubs, and team guides… so why aren’t they doing the same for problem-solving? Stefan Fothe believes organisations should be prioritising ‘thinking tools’ — a set of codes, methods, and skills that are shared among groups to problem-solve and ideate with autonomy and ease. Just…
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With the nation still battling through a major housing crisis facilitated by both major parties, we spoke to the Housing Spokesperson for the Greens, Max Chandler-Mather. Labor and the Liberals seem to be on the same page in regards to the status quo when it comes from housing, so it was nice to take to someone from outside the tent who has some sl…
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An organisational change process is a big deal. The whole operating system of a business can change, the context switches, the foundations can falter. But systems are systems — they are malleable and hard-wearing. People, on the other hand, are sensitive and emotional and often hugely resistant to change. And it is people who have to live, work, an…
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This week on News From The Trough there is plenty to dissect. From Lydia Thorpe's fighting out the front of a strip club to the Libs fighting in the party room, it's all been happening in the world of politics. The Voice debate has gotten toxic and the Labor government looks set to pass a pathetic budget while the Opposition tear each other to shre…
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What happens to a group when there is no leader, no subordinates, and no sense of hierarchy at all? Bob Dick believes this is the optimal approach to group structures — to be self-organised, not instructed or commanded. Quite how we can consistently achieve this is another question; one that Bob has been experimenting with for as long as he can rem…
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Conflict in workshops is common, but how many of us seek to avoid it instead of embracing it? It’s understandable, and dare I say natural, to do so, but as Sarah Norton and Steve Ray explain in this episode, conflict is a growth opportunity. The journey through conflict can be uncomfortable, but the destination beyond it is one of radical differenc…
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It's been a reasonably busy few weeks in politics across the country. It's also been a tough few weeks for the Liberals. Pauline Hanson and Mark Latham are back in the news and believe it or not, we've actually seen some climate change legislation passed. You wouldn't read about it, so have a listen. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy informat…
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An external facilitator enters the building with a clear purpose and a single-minded focus. An internal facilitator enters the building five days a week, most weeks of the year, in the middle of all the idiosyncratic relationships, needs, and culture that exists. The two are in very different positions and so different skills, approaches, and minds…
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No CEO or board is going to sign off on a project to make work more playful. This is because the misconception that play = games persists. The reality, however, is that more play at work will lead to more effective teams and better collaboration. Pauline McNulty joins me in this episode to explain why play, enjoyment, engagement, and purpose are al…
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On the eve of the NSW state election, we speak to a man whose spent the last few years supporting a new wave of independent voices. He's a businessman whose gotten involved in the world of politics, and seems to be on a team that's taking more wins than losses. Have a listen to our chat with Simon. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy informatio…
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Workplace training and learning can inspire some varied responses. For some, a roll of the eyes and a sense of wasted time. For others (usually those who work with Steph Clarke), a brightening and lightening as possibilities open ahead of them. Why is it that workplace learning is so variable across organisations? Steph can point to several root ca…
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With the NSW election looming, we decided to stick with Southern politics for another week. As an independent newspaper we always love to speak to Independent voices - so we spoke to one of the Independents who is taking it to the incumbent government. Judith Hannan who is running for the seat of Wollondilly dialed into the show from just outside o…
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Emotions are messy — they’re big, powerful, and changeable. Facts and data are much more palatable — they’re truths and we can discuss our use of them. But if an organisation is so focused on cognitive culture, they end up neglecting emotional culture. And that’s a sure path towards burnout, resentment, and employee turnover. Cognitive culture is e…
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With the NSW State Election just around the corner, we thought we'd have a chat about what's going on down in our least favourite state. While we hate Sydney, it would be remiss of us to ignore the 2nd biggest election in the country. Do join us. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By The Betoota Advocate
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This week we speak to one of the free thinkers in our Federal Parliament. While she normally sits with the Liberals, The MP for Bass has made headlines over the last couple of years for her tendency to cross the floor and vote for what she actually believes in. We spoke to Bridget about getting into politics in Tasmania, her relationships with her …
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What makes some events better than others? Is it the host, the setting, the purpose, or something else? Jacques Martiquet is The Party Scientist — he’s experimented, tested, and explored the science of gathering and connecting for 10+ years — and he’s got some fantastic answers. Jacques has committed himself to the mission of spreading the health b…
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This week we address the attacks on the average Australians who make up the 0.5% of the population that have more than 3 million dollars in the their super, the fall out from Anthony Albanese and Lydia Thorpe’s Mardi Gras appearances and the very crook system that is the carbon offset scheme. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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Self-Determination Theory posits that human motivation is driven by three central values: autonomy, competence, and relatedness. If we take SDT and apply it as a framework to facilitation, the parallels become apparent and abundant. Ib Ravn sees the opportunities here with great clarity and, as a result, has a lot of valuable insight to share about…
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Self-Determination Theory posits that human motivation is driven by three central values: autonomy, competence, and relatedness. If we take SDT and apply it as a framework to facilitation, the parallels become apparent and abundant. Ib Ravn sees the opportunities here with great clarity and, as a result, has a lot of valuable insight to share about…
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It’s never been more important to facilitate with an awareness of power dynamics, systemic imbalances, and inequity within groups. The progress we’ve made—collectively—towards awareness and understanding of inequalities has been enormous, but the next big step is to do deliberate work to counter it. We’ve got all the awareness we could dream of and…
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