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The Change Troubleshooter Season 4 Changing MindsetsEpisode 8Hello and welcome to episode 8 of the Changing Mindsets season of The Change Troubleshooter, this episode is called Changing Mindsets on Being a Changemaker. Today Nina speaks to Susana Paiva, a mechanical engineer, mother, wife, author of several internationally published articles on climate change, an artist, poet and of course, a changemaker. Susana lives in Rio de Janeiro, Brasil. During Covid Susana didn't sit around waiting for others to do something, she acted and made a real difference to her community. So how did she become a changemaker and why is it important to her? Nina gets the full story.
The Change Troubleshooter Season 4 Changing MindsetsEpisode 7Hello and welcome to episode 7 of the Changing Mindsets season of the Change Troubleshooter. this episode is called Changing mindsets on it's never too late.Today Nina is joined by Evelyn Kortum, also known, artistically as E Wasserhase. Evelyn recently went through a massive life change - Last year, after 30 years of living and working in Geneva, switzerland, and a successful career at the World Health Organization, she and her husband packed up and moved to Tavira, in the south of Portugal where she has unexpectedly become an artist and when she least expected it her passion for her art has become a business, proving that it is never too late to follow your dreams.
Can You Change a Mindset?

Can You Change a Mindset?

2022-09-1101:11:53

Welcome to season 4 of The Change Troubleshooter. This is episode 6, Can You Change a Mindset?Today Nina is joined once again by Patrick Hillberg, a college professor in Oakland, Michigan. If you're a regular listener, you may remember that Patrick was Nina's guest in the last episode and the conversation was so thought provoking that they felt it should be continued. However, today, in a role reversal, it is Patrick putting the difficult questions to Nina!
Welcome to season 4 of The Change Troubleshooter, This is episode 5, Changing mindsets on an Industrial Model.In todays fascinating conversation Nina is joined by Professor Patrick Hillberg, a college professor in Oakland, Michigan. Patrick has decades of industry experience in designing, developing and leading teams in Product Lifecycle Management (PLM), Digital Manufacturing, Process Planning, Robotics and Machine Vision applications in Aerospace, Shipbuilding, Automotive, Construction, Packaging and other industries.
Welcome to season 4 of the Change Troubleshooter, this is episode 4, Changing mindsets on leadership, patience, persistence and courage.Today Nina talks to Susanna Mäentausta, a seasoned professional change leader in the chemicals industry. They discuss some of the many pitfalls that can be encountered when trying to deliver change in large organisations and how a little patience, persistence and courage from business leaders can make a huge difference to delivering change. 
Welcome to Season 4 of The Change Troubleshooter.This is episode 3, Changing Mindets on Being Data Driven. Today Nina is joined by Jos Voskuil, a PLM coach, blogger, lecturer and a passionate advocate for a digital and sustainable future. His blog is called The Virtual Dutchman After hearing episode one in this season, Changing Mindsets on Data, Jos was moved enough to contact Nina to have his say on the issue of data, so this is really a response to Oleg Shilovitsky who featured in episode one. Nina loves having this type of engagement with her guests so if you have more to add to this conversation, get in touch - you may even be asked to feature in our next episode!
Welcome to Season 4 of the Change Troubleshooter. Changing Mindsets. This is episode 2, Changing Mindsets on our attitude to learning. In this episode, we find Nina in conversation with another Neena in another country - Neena Arakal Mathew is a Facilitator of Consciousness in Living and Learning, based in New Delhi, India. She is the founder of Mind and Me, a revolutionary learning centre where the teaching methodology is very different from tradtional methods.
Hello and welcome to Season 4 of The Change Troubleshoter - This season is called Changing Mindsets. The idea here is that Nina and her guest can change people's mindsets on a given subject, the challenge is to do this in just 15 minutes to 20 minutes!In episode one, Changing Mindsets on Data, Nina is joined by Oleg Shilovitsky, founder of Open Bom, a SAAS network based global collaborative platform, and they talk about data and how we should think about it differently, how it is collected, used and stored. Data could be the answer to our sustainability challenges.
Welcome to season 3 of the change troubleshooterThis is episode 5, Are we learning for the 22nd Century?David Hollands has been an entrepreneur since he was a schoolboy. He has had a whole host of businesses.  Around 20 years ago he observed that people were losing their connection with community based living and nature. He built a whole village in Bulgaria and hopes that will lead to a new form of community. He challenges that the teachings of universities are becoming irrelevant and believes that we will move towards the principles of Ikigai focusing more on what we love, and how we can earn money to survive.  He often asks the question “what will you do when the internet is turned off?” In this thought provoking episode of the Change Troubleshooter, he tells Nina his story and they chat around the subjects of nature based living, learning and what indeed would happen if the internet was turned off.
Welcome to Season 3 of The Change Troubleshooter. This is episode 4, Climate Activism is Nothing New.Steve Charter is a climate action champion. Over the last 3 decades he has worked as an advisor to local governments on construction policy. The answers to sustainable, environmentally friendly house buliding have been around for a long time but implenenting them has always been an uphill battle. Listen to the whole episode wherever right here on Buzzsprout!
Hello and welcome to Season 3 of The Change Troubleshooter – If Not You, Who?This is episode 4, Climate Activism is Nothing New,  In today’s world, with all the focus on the global effort to battle climate change and bring down CO2 emissions, you’d be forgiven for thinking that all this activism and attention on the environment was something  new. Far from it. The fight for the planet has been going on for decades. The foot soldiers’ warnings went unheeded for many years, people just weren’t interested in saving, what to them appeard to be, a perfectly healthy planet. It is only now that people are hopefully waking up to the massive changes needed for our very survival.Steve Charter has spent decades on the frontlines, advising local governments on building and construction policy, among other things. In today’s fascinating episode Nina gets his back story.
Paul Kenyon had spent almost 20 years in the print industry, an industry, frankly, in decline. Having been recently made redundant from his job, he was looking for a new challenge, in a new field, in his own words, in anything but print.In a chance meeting over a pint with an electrical engineer friend, they hit on an idea that has changed their lives – the sale and installation of domestic and workplace electric vehicle charging points. Two years on, and busier than he’s ever been, Paul tells Nina about his journey in a compelling conversation that teaches us lots of things we probably didn’t know about the brave new world of EVs, as well as dispelling some of the myths that seem to be making many people hesitant about making the leap from fossil fuelled to electric vehicles. 
Welcome to The Change Troubleshooter, Season 3, If Not You, Who?Lockdown heroes forgotten alreadyIt’s lockdown one, spring 2020, supermarkets are running out of stuff, the queues at them are incredible and when you get in, there is no pasta, no toilet paper, no flour… what are you going to do to survive?Luckily we have around 4000 farm shops in the UK who stepped up to the plate and provided the best basics money can buy, eggs, potatoes, the very freshest of fruit and veg. We flocked to them – it was a revelation, they saved our skins and we promised we’d use them forevermore, but did we? The truth is, once things calmed down, people reverted back to their old ways. This is the story of one such shop… 
Welcome to The Change Troubleshooter, Season 3, If Not You, Who?Lockdown heroes forgotten alreadyIt’s lockdown one, spring 2020, supermarkets are running out of stuff, the queues at them are incredible and when you get in there is no pasta, no toilet paper, no flour… what are you going to do to survive?Luckily we have around 4000 farm shops in the UK who stepped up to the plate and provided the best basics money can buy, eggs, potatoes, the very freshest of fruit and veg. We flocked to them – it was a revelation, they saved our skins and we promised we’d use them forever more, but did we? The truth is, once things calmed down, people reverted back to their old ways. This is the story of one such shop… 
This is the trailer to episode 1 of season 3 - If Not You, Who?A Solar Farm at What CostWhen a global renewable energy company wants to build a mega solar farm near your property, right on top of your water supply with a very real danger of threatening that water supply, what would you do?
Hello and welcome to a brand new season of The Change Troubleshooter!This is Season 3 – If Not You, Who?This season features people who are getting out there trying to make a difference, often against the odds. It’s a season of stories about ordinary, everyday heroes with the guts and determination to fight back against global corporations. It’s the season of people putting their all into maintaining the momentum their farm shop started in lockdown, it’s a season of celebrating people who have not taken no for an answer, who have not given up or given in to forces way stronger than them. As global climate disaster looms, and maybe feeling powerless, as individuals, to change anything on our own, we hope these heartwarming stories of people’s courage and determination will inspire you to get out of your comfort zone and go and fight the good fight for something close to your heart!In today’s episode, A Solar Farm at What Cost?-  Nina talks to Amanda, a concerned resident of a rural area in the Eastern Algarve in Portugal. Iberdrola, the world’s 3rd largest renewable energy company, want to build a massive 200+ hectare utility solar farm close to her house on what looks like scrub land, but not everything is as it appears. This apparent nothingness is a barrocal, a rugged, craggy, rocky area. It is also, in this area, an ancient seabed. But more importantly, beneath it is part of an immense aquifer, a body of porous rock saturated with groundwater creating an underground system of pools and lakes that the local area relies on for its water. The land clearing and flattening required for a solar farm here could have disastrous consequences for the local community and create flooding in the areas closer to the coast. Have Iberdrola and the local authorities really done their homework or are they more interested in just ticking another green box? 
Welcome to Season 2 of The Change Troubleshooter, The Sustainability Season.Today Nina is joined by Amy Rhoda Brown, a Toronto based strategy coach who helps artists and creators who want to begin or expand a creative practice.  To be creative you have to allow your brain to operate in its default network state, basically unstressed. Overloading our brains with constant input and stimulation is counter-productive to peak performance and creativity. If you want to achieve that "Aha" moment, just let your brain be and have a thinking sabbatical. This episode is also available as a video, click here to watch it
Welcome to Season 2 of The Change Troubleshooter- the podcast that is now being listened to in 174 cities in 25 countries on 6 continents! This is The Sustainability Season.  For today’s episode, What is a Transition Village? Nina embarked on her first outdoor recording session on location on an allotment in Lymm, where she met Liz..Having moved to Lymm a couple of years ago and becoming increasingly concerned about environmental issues, Liz reached out to the local community and set up a meeting in a local Lymm pub to see what was happening in the area. This culminated in a decision to start Lymm Transition Village. So, what is a transition village?
Welcome season 2  of The Change Troubleshooter – The sustainability Season.Today’s episode is called: What does an activist look like? What image is conjured up we hear the word activist? We may think of dirty, straggly haired ultra extremist radical types, chained to railings or dug in in tunnels, risking life and limb and even arrest and imprisonment, in defence of their true and noble cause, so strong are their convictions. But if we’re honest with ourselves, we know they’re not all like that. So, what does an activist look like?Nina spoke to Zoe Cohen, Director of Shine Coaching and Consultancy, a highly experienced Master Coach who has worked with senior leaders across every sector in the economy. She’s run her successful coaching practice for over 10 years and has been passionate about sustainability all her life. Zoe is also an active member of Extinction Rebellion. This episode is also available as a video. Click here to watch it.
Welcome to season 2 of the Change Troubleshooter  - The Sustainability season. In today’s episode “From Fast Fashion to Something Else” Nina is joined by Sofia Kenyon Sofia left university in 2017 with a business degree and seamlessly went straight into her dream job in fashion. Or was it? Four years and one pandemic later, Nina asks if the industry is all she thought it would be.This episode is also available as a video. Click here to watch it.
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