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William Tincup. WTF 2020 an Influencers’ Guide to Navigating the Sh*t Show

It’s 2020, so of course, a tree fell on William’s house the day we were set to record this. Welcome to TotalPicture Media and another edition of WTF 2020 AN INFLUENCERS’ GUIDE TO NAVIGATING THE SHIT SHOW. My name is Peter Clayton. Thank you for tuning in. So, what’s your opinion of 2020 so far? […]

WTF 2020 – An Influencers’ Guide to Navigating the Shit Show – with John Sumser

Welcome to TotalPicture Media with your host, Peter Clayton. Thank you for tuning in. So, what’s your opinion of 2020 so far? Here’s mine: You May want to watch the video version of this interview. We’re living in a country so politicized it feels like we’re all riding in carnival bumper cars fueled by crack […]

College During Covid An Interview With Steven Rothberg

Let’s Face it: There’s Nothing Normal About this “New Normal” I feel like we’re living in one very long episode of Breaking Bad. Someone on Twitter wrote, “Canada is a nice, friendly, country living on top of a meth lab.” For many groups, there’s nothing normal about this ‘new normal’ we’re living in. That’s especially […]

Recruiting for Princeton University: Raising the Bar

“I liken our organization to a small city. We recruit for security officers, cooks, nurses, financial professionals, athletic coaches, fundraising professionals, research assistants, I’ve even recruited for chaplains in our office of religious life.” Loretta O’Connor, Princeton University Thank you for joining us for a special Talent Acquisition Channel Podcast on TotalPicture, this is Peter […]

Sandy Pentland – Honest Signals – How They Shape Our World (Encore Video)

Honest Signals – How They Shape Our World (Encore Video) NeuroLeadership Summit How understanding the signaling within social networks can change the way we make decisions, work with others, and manage organizations. (Interview with Sandy was recorded in 2011, but the ideas he presents are as relevant today as they were a decade ago) How […]

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