Seismic عمومی
[search 0]
بیشتر
برنامه را دانلود کنید!
show episodes
 
Artwork

1
Seismic Soundoff

Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG)

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
ماهیانه+
 
Seismic Soundoff hosts conversations with geoscientists addressing the challenges of energy, water, and climate. Produced by the Society of Exploration Geophysicists, SEG creates these episodes to celebrate and inspire the geophysicists of today and tomorrow. The new season starts January 18, 2024, with twelve new episodes weekly.
  continue reading
 
Artwork

1
Seismic Sessions

Seismic Sessions

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
ماهیانه
 
This is Seismic Sessions: Enabling the Financial Services Industry - a podcast show dedicated to two things, revenue enablement and the Financial Services sector. Join us as we feature experts and leaders across the Financial Services industry, who discuss innovative and impactful ways to sell, market, and deliver, memorable client experiences through enablement.
  continue reading
 
Podcasting should be about far more the downloads. Sam Hamilton-Turner invites you into the world of Soundquake, and how we think about making podcasts that matter. If you’re a leader of a movement, a purpose-driven founder, or simply someone who wants to make change then this is for you. You can drive your mission forward with a podcast and we’re going to show you exactly how we do that.
  continue reading
 
Welcome to Seismic Shift - a leadership podcast that focuses on connection. I’m your host, Michelle K. Johnston: management professor, executive coach, and leadership expert. I believe that today’s leaders need more than power and control to get the best from their teams; they need connection. Through interviews with some of today’s top business leaders, we are going to explore how leaders' ability to connect with themselves, their teams, and their organizations defines their ultimate succes ...
  continue reading
 
Artwork

1
Seismic Wales

Seismic Wales

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
ماهیانه
 
A monthly podcast celebrating good people doing great things - making the small changes that make a big difference. In each episode, hosts Christian, Lynsey, Rachael and Rich bring you the best sustainability stories from Cardiff, Wales & beyond. Get inspired by the people making positive change happen in their communities, whether it's growing, repairing, conservation or fighting for social justice.
  continue reading
 
Loading …
show series
 
"History is telling us that we're likely to get some new discoveries from introducing seismic into our mixture. Nobody understands mineral deposits like the geoscientists who work on them day in, day out."Dr. Heather Schijns explores the groundbreaking use of hard rock seismic data in mineral exploration with insights from one of the most popular p…
  continue reading
 
Show me the money! Today we delve into the intricacies of podcast monetisation, focusing on why sponsorships provide a more valuable and strategic approach compared to traditional advertising. Learn how to align your podcast's mission with the right sponsors to not only cover production costs but also to enhance the value you offer to your listener…
  continue reading
 
In this episode of Seismic Sessions, hosts Gemma Livermore, International FS Marketing Lead at Seismic, and Rachael Rowe, RVP at Seismic, are joined by Madison Gray, Director of Investment Management Compliance at BNY Mellon and Hannah Pring, Chief Compliance Officer at Lockton, delve deep into the critical role of embedded compliance within the fi…
  continue reading
 
Original Aired Date: 6/1/2022 Marshall Goldsmith has been ranked as the World’s #1 Executive Coach and #1 Leadership Thinker. Marshall was chosen as the inaugural winner of the Lifetime Award for Leadership by the Harvard Institute of Coaching and is the author or editor of 41 books, which have sold over 2.5 million copies, been translated into 32 …
  continue reading
 
"Non-unique does not equal non-valuable when it comes to geophysical solutions."Dr. Irina Filina discusses April's special section on gravity, electrical, and magnetic methods in The Leading Edge.OVERVIEW> A deep dive into common non-seismic geophysical methods and their underutilization> The role of magnetics, gravity, and other methods in complem…
  continue reading
 
In this episode of Seismic Podcasting, host Sam Hamilton-Turner shares the story of the Sycamore Gap tree and its significance for purpose-driven podcasting. This once-celebrated symbol of the Northumberland landscape stood as a testament to lasting legacy, community impact, and the power of meaningful storytelling. Drawing parallels between the tr…
  continue reading
 
This episode breaks away from our regular programming to provide a detailed analysis of Steven Bartlett's approach to podcast media. Discover why moving away from traditional CPM models to value-driven sponsorships could revolutionise your podcasting revenue. Learn about the importance of passion in podcasting, the pitfalls of chasing mass media su…
  continue reading
 
Brand, Brand, Brand! Urgh, we hear it everywhere don't we? It's just one of those things we have to get on board with. So today we look into the essence of branding beyond just visuals. Learn how successful podcasts like the ZOE Science and Nutrition Podcast build a resonant brand through thoughtful naming, strategic host selection, and consistent …
  continue reading
 
Original Aired Date: 8/10/22 It’s tempting to believe that if leaders strive to maintain an aura of perfection, this masking act will then trickle down throughout our organization and make everyone want to be better. Today, Michelle and Tania Tetlow, Current and first woman President of Fordham University, are here to share stories as to why this c…
  continue reading
 
Leading the Conversation Through Podcasting This episode of Seismic Podcasting focuses on the significance of leading industry conversations. Sam shares Howard Schultz's transformation of coffee culture with Starbucks, setting the stage to discuss the broader theme of influence. By recounting a personal anecdote about purchasing golf equipment and …
  continue reading
 
Simplifying Podcast Production for Businesses and Brands This episode encourages you to adopt a simple, practical approach to podcast production, inspired by the 'Keep It Simple, Stupid' principle initially introduced by engineer Kelly Johnson in 1960. We cover various recording setups, including office-based, home setups, purpose-built studios, an…
  continue reading
 
The final episode of season two of the Seismic Shift podcast provides the top 10 tips, themes and takeaways from the season. The themes include gratitude, allyship, inclusion, servant leadership, creativity, courage, mentoring, becoming coachable, deep listening, and work-life balance. Michelle recaps the guests, who are bestselling authors and glo…
  continue reading
 
Choosing the Right Podcast Format for You In this episode of Seismic Podcasting, host Sam Hamilton Turner guides you through the crucial decision-making process of selecting a podcast format that aligns with your goals and vision. Sam emphasises that the way content is delivered is just as important as the content itself, and explores various forma…
  continue reading
 
In this episode of Seismic Sessions, hosts Rachael Rowe, RVP at Seismic, and Gemma Livermore, International FS Marketing Lead at Seismic, are joined by Caroline Ericsson, UK Head of Marketing and Communications at ABN AMRO, and Aimée Cole, Head of Marketing at ClearBank, to discuss the importance of marketing in a downturned economy. This episode f…
  continue reading
 
Leveraging Lean Principles in Podcasting In this episode of Seismic Podcasting, we talk about using Lean Production principles to launch and continuously improve podcasts, ensuring they support the mission and vision of a business or organisation. Lean Production, originating from Toyota's innovative manufacturing approach in the 1920s, minimises w…
  continue reading
 
"The respect and honor that we give to our predecessors really indicate what kind of character we have."This episode explores the first Geoscientists without Borders project in the United States. Host Andrew Geary speaks with the project lead, Rob Stewart, and SEG Executive Director Jim White about using the power of geophysical techniques to uncov…
  continue reading
 
P******e In this episode of Seismic Podcasting, Sam Hamilton Turner emphasises the importance of patience in creating and running a successful podcast. He argues that podcasting is a long-term endeavour akin to running a marathon rather than a sprint, requiring consistent effort and determination to build trust and engage listeners over time. Sam a…
  continue reading
 
Michelle talks with Jennifer McCollum, CEO of Catalyst and the author of the best-selling book, In Her Own Voice, about her journey to becoming a C-suite executive. They discuss the challenges faced by women and the importance of creating work environments where women can thrive. Jennifer shares her personal story and the seismic shifts she experie…
  continue reading
 
"The challenge is to really bring your heart into the classroom, show up as a person, show up with care."Dr. Roel Snieder discusses how to excel as a teacher (and professional) using the Teaching with Heart practices.In this unique and encouraging episode, we explore the Teaching with Heart project. Roel makes the case for creating a more nurturing…
  continue reading
 
"Faults and fractures are not necessarily good or bad, but it's important to really understand them."Dr. Molly Turko discusses March's special section on imaging faults and fractures in The Leading Edge.In this compelling episode, host Andrew Geary and Molly dive into the murky depths of the Earth to unravel the enigmatic nature of faults and fract…
  continue reading
 
Let's discusses the essential first steps for creating a successful branded podcast. We cannot emphasise enough, the importance of identifying the target audience ('who it's for') and the purpose ('what it's for') of the podcast. Sam draws on Seth Godin's advice to underline these as foundational questions in any marketing effort. The episode offer…
  continue reading
 
The conversation between Michelle and Michael covers his journey exploring his diverse experiences, from studying spiritual traditions to becoming an expert in the Alexander Technique. Emphasizing the need for a culture of connection in the workplace, Gelb discusses strategies, including leaders embodying genuine presence and balancing chronologica…
  continue reading
 
"The value is not in the measurement per se. It is in the ability to integrate this measurement with everything else that we have access to."Dr. Joël Le Calvez discusses January's special section in The Leading Edge on microseismic monitoring.Joël shares how recent technological advancements and pressing societal concerns, like climate change and s…
  continue reading
 
Let's explore the rationale and strategic benefits behind starting a podcast. Covering the basic advantages of podcasting, such as long-form content, intimacy and personal engagement, frequency and trust, content repurposing, and establishing authority, Sam explains how podcasts can significantly support marketing strategies. Despite the saturation…
  continue reading
 
"There's so much high-quality data, and more and more is being made publicly available. By shifting to open source, we're choosing that the value proposition is the people."Dr. Lindsey Heagy discusses February's special section in The Leading Edge on the future of applied geophysics.In this forward-thinking episode, we explore open-source software …
  continue reading
 
Welcome to the show we should had made a very long time ago! For too long, podcasting has been used selfishly and with the wrong metrics in mind. We work a little differently and with each episode we're going to show you how and why. We want you to make podcasts that matter! Podcasts that change a culture and drive the change that you seek. Find ou…
  continue reading
 
Michelle is joined by Scott Miller who currently serves as FranklinCovey’s Senior Advisor on thought leadership. Together, they emphasize the importance of connection and power skills. Scott highlights the need for leaders to develop relationships and embrace imperfection. They also explore the role of mentorship in creating a culture of connection…
  continue reading
 
"I've learned much more from my mistakes than I ever learned from my successes, because it was my mistakes that helped me to have successes."Meet the man behind the mission to diversify the energy sector. Dr. Isaac Crumbly shares the journey of the Cooperative Developmental Energy Program (CDEP) at Fort Valley State University, a program designed t…
  continue reading
 
"I think that selling this idea that if you become a geoscientist in the 21st century, the frontier is not up there in the sky, but is down there underneath your feet."In this thought-provoking episode, expert geoscience communicator Iain Stewart opens our eyes to the "hidden commons" of the subsurface. Iain challenges us to rethink our relationshi…
  continue reading
 
Sally Helgesen is cited in Forbes as the world’s premier expert on women’s leadership. In this episode, Michelle and Sally discuss the importance of creating a culture of belonging and inclusion in organizations. Sally emphasizes the need for leaders to use language intentionally to signal inclusivity and to make people feel valued for their potent…
  continue reading
 
This is Seismic Sessions: Enabling the Financial Services Industry — a podcast dedicated to two things: revenue enablement and the Financial Services sector. Join us as we feature experts and leaders across the Financial Services industry who discuss innovative and impactful ways to sell, market, and deliver, memorable client experiences through en…
  continue reading
 
"With the magnetic method, you can say with some certainty that it will locate more than 90% of the existing wells. The grand challenge for locating abandoned wells are these wells where the casing has been pulled."Richard Hammack discusses the December special section in The Leading Edge - orphaned and abandoned wells.When we think about the envir…
  continue reading
 
"The challenge is to learn and be aware of new techniques and applications and apply them."Eduardo Corti discusses his Honorary Lecture, "Unconventional Borehole Seismic Techniques."Unconventional borehole seismic services encompass techniques that go beyond conventional seismic methods. With over eight decades of classical seismic methods shaping …
  continue reading
 
Demario Davis, a 2x Pro Bowl linebacker and reigning 2024 NFL Pro Bowl Defensive MVP of the New Orleans Saints, shares his personal story and insights on connection and leadership. He emphasizes the importance of being connected with oneself first and then using that connection to motivate and connect with teammates. Together with Michelle, they be…
  continue reading
 
"How do we move towards a greater societal understanding of what's required to achieve the goals of decarbonization? Building a sustainable society requires everybody, all the citizens, to do a whole bunch of different things, many of which are minor."Murray W. Hitzman, the Director of iCRAG, highlights the energy transition and how to communicate …
  continue reading
 
"It's ​not ​like ​machine ​learning ​will ​solve ​all ​the ​problems. ​It's ​not ​a ​magical ​tool."David Lubo-Robles highlights his award-winning paper that utilized novel machine learning methods to enhance interpretability in seismic volume data from the Gulf of Mexico.Discover the power of two open-source tools - SHAP (Shapley Additive Explanat…
  continue reading
 
Dan Pontefract, a bestselling author and global thought leader joins Michelle to discuss work-life balance and ultimately, creating a work-life bloom. Michelle and Dan cover the seismic shift happening in organizations regarding employee engagement and the need for a new approach. Dan introduces the concept of work-life bloom, which focuses on fact…
  continue reading
 
"The driving objective of AASPI is to try and reveal and see more patterns in the seismic data than we can see just looking at the seismic amplitude data."Heather Bedle, Principal Investigator at Attribute Assisted Seismic Processing and Interpretation (AASPI) at the University of Oklahoma, joins Seismic Soundoff. In this episode, you will discover…
  continue reading
 
Dr. Mark Goulston and Michelle discuss the seismic shift he has experienced and the impact it has had on his perspective. He shares insights on the cause of burnout and the antidote to it, emphasizing the importance of emotional connection in countering burnout. Dr. Goulston also introduces the 'Five Reallys' exercise, a tool for building deeper co…
  continue reading
 
Michelle welcomes the extraordinary CB Bowman-Ottomanelli, an illuminating force in leadership and courage. CB is set to release her upcoming book, "Courage to Leap & Lead," and today's discussion revolves around what it truly means to be a courageous leader in the face of the seismic shifts we're experiencing. This conversation covers the seven pa…
  continue reading
 
Biondo Biondi, the Director of the Stanford Earth imaging Project (SEP), joins Seismic Soundoff to discuss SEP's 50-year history and future outlook. Biondo reflects on SEP's founding during the 1970s oil crisis and today as it tackles modern energy challenges. Biondo discusses how improving seismic imaging can support the future of carbon capture a…
  continue reading
 
In this intriguing conversation, David Bartel, the Chair of the SEG Foundation, provides an exclusive insight into how the nonprofit organization is advancing geophysics research, supporting SEG members, and positively impacting society. David highlights the key programs funded by the Foundation, such as scholarships, field camps, Geoscientists wit…
  continue reading
 
Morag Barrett, a sought-after leadership expert and co-author of the best-selling book, You, Me, We, shares insights on the professional benefits of being an ally at work. Morag emphasizes the move from a traditional, hierarchical model to a more human-centric approach. She discusses her journey from a traditional banking environment to embracing t…
  continue reading
 
Arthur Cheng, who became the first Chinese president of the Society of Exploration Geophysicists, talks about his journey from being a student to becoming the president of the Society. He shares some of the highlights from his five decades of being a member and what his role as a barrier-breaker means to him. Arthur reflects on his early days as a …
  continue reading
 
Interested in coaching or being coached? Michelle engages in a thought-provoking conversation with Scott Osman and Jacquelyn Lane, authors of the best-selling book "Becoming Coachable.” As CEO and President of a premiere executive coaching firm, they share their journey of discovering the profound impact of connection and relationship-first approac…
  continue reading
 
Kurang Mehta discusses the November special section on carbon management in The Leading Edge.In this episode, get an inside look at the emerging field of carbon management. You will learn about the history and methods of carbon capture and storage. Kurang also provides thoughtful perspectives on how geoscientists can uniquely contribute to carbon m…
  continue reading
 
In the second season opener, Michelle is joined by the incredible Chester Elton, the New York Times bestselling author of Anxiety at Work, Leading with Gratitude, The Carrot Principle, and The Best Teams Win. Michelle and Chester explore the seismic shifts in the workplace, from the growing importance of gratitude and empathy to the impact of the C…
  continue reading
 
Oil and gas companies have an enormous role in transitioning to a renewable future.This episode examines how Ipieca partners with companies and organizations to support a sustainable future through emissions reduction, nature conservation, and stakeholder engagement.Ipieca is the global oil and gas association for advancing environmental and social…
  continue reading
 
Chao Wang and Stephen Graf discuss the October special section in The Leading Edge on deep exploration.In the 1920s, the first oil discovery in Seminole, Oklahoma, was made at a depth of approximately 4,000 feet. In 1949, the average depth was 3,600 feet. By 2008, it was 6,000 feet. Currently, the world's deepest oil well in Russia extends 49,000 f…
  continue reading
 
Loading …

راهنمای مرجع سریع