Norah Jones explores the power and roles of heritage languages with panelists Joy Peyton, Neila Baumiliene, Ashok Ojha, and Agnes Tounkara.
Learn more about Maria Carreira, guest panelist on It’s About Language with Norah Jones Episode 60, focused on heritage languages in society.
Learn more about Fabrice Jaumont, guest panelist on It’s About Language with Norah Jones Episode 60, focused on heritage languages in society.
Learn more about Dick Brecht, guest panelist on It’s About Language with Norah Jones Episode 60, focused on heritage languages in society.
Norah Jones explores the power and roles of heritage languages with panelists Joy Peyton, Dick Brecht, Maria Carreira, and Fabrice Jaumont.
Podcast 59’s guest, Hugh Ballou, provides language, images, and steps to transformational leadership for organizations and businesses.
Norah Jones taps SynerVision’s Hugh Ballou for his insights into and pathways to transformational leadership in business, organizations, and society.
Norah Jones welcomes Edgar Serrano, who shares three important tips for businesses to succeed and prosper through harnessing the power of languages.
This week’s guest, Edgar Serrano, shares three important tips for businesses to grow and succeed through harnessing the power of languages.
“It’s About Language” guest Kim Hass shares her personal and professional journey to raising awareness of the contributions and cultures of Afro-Latinos over centuries.
Norah Jones welcomes Kim Hass, creator and host of PBS program “Afro-Latino Travels,” to discuss African-heritage experiences and contributions in Latin America and the world.
An array of language professionals at the Northeast Conference shares their commitments and insights with Norah Jones.
The very sound of the word love, like the human experience, has remained as steady as the human need over millennia.
“It’s About Language” guest Jenni Kilmore shares how language teaching, educational resources, and personal connections transform individuals and communities.
In this episode with Jenni Kilmore, we ask how we find our focus, our purpose, our connection, and our sphere of influence through the power of language.
How language warns us to find the true focus of our lives & society, in urgent times. Are we distracted by the blurry parts of the picture?
In this episode we go on a language pilgrimage to find and connect with ourselves and others, especially to practice mutual support and compassion in tough times.
“It’s About Language” guest Josh Barinstein shares his transformation of life and relationships by using language to go “under the surface.”
In this episode we go under the surface of our experiences to find the language that brings insight and healing to ourselves and others.
A delightful response to my Tuna Salad Challenge from Parthena Draggett prompts more insights for us all.
Loving, learning, living, and sharing language is what John Carlino was all about.
My invitation throughout this podcast is to reflect on your own personal “novel” – the story of your life as reflected in the roles and impact of language on you, the chief protagonist.
Here’s an invitation to a tuna salad challenge – lets’ help a world on stand-off mode understand the nature and promise of diversity and culture.
Let’s use language to scatter nourishing birdseed for all (and not work so hard trying to get our proverbial ducks in rows.)
“It’s About Language” starts the new year looking both back at the past year, and ahead toward the new, with Retrospective 2: Language, the Doorway.