Norah L Jones taps the professional excitement, dedication, and insights of her fellow language education attendees at the SCOLT conference in Norfolk, VA..
Norah Jones of Fluency Consulting and the actors of 246 The Main reflect on their workshop on language, accent, and characters’ identities.
Norah Jones of Fluency Consulting explores the inheritance given to each person through their language, culture, and identity.
In this fourth and final heritage language series episode, Norah Jones talks with international leaders Renata Peskova (Iceland), Ken Cruickshank (Australia), Gisi Cannizzaro (Netherlands), Antonella Cortese (Canada) and co-moderator Joy Peyton (US).
Norah Jones explores the power and roles of heritage languages with panelists Linda Egnatz, Amanda Seewald, Celia Zamora, and co-moderator Joy Peyton.
Norah Jones explores the power and roles of heritage languages with panelists Joy Peyton, Neila Baumiliene, Ashok Ojha, and Agnes Tounkara.
Norah Jones explores the power and roles of heritage languages with panelists Joy Peyton, Dick Brecht, Maria Carreira, and Fabrice Jaumont.
Norah Jones welcomes Edgar Serrano, who shares three important tips for businesses to succeed and prosper through harnessing the power of languages.
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.
Norah L Jones taps the professional excitement, dedication, and insights of her fellow language education attendees at the Northeast Conference in NYC.
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.
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.
In this episode we go under the surface of our experiences to find the language that brings insight and healing to ourselves and others.
“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.
“It’s About Language” celebrates one year with a retrospective that highlights podcast guests’ moving and practical insights in the world of work and service.
“It’s About Language” guest Jacque Merritt shares why and how to listen, a pathway to successful and sustainable societies, relationships, and businesses.
Listening is a leadership skill for all. In Episode 48, Jacque Merritt, Senior Workplace Consultant for Gallup joins Norah L Jones of Fluency Consulting to identify the why and how of transformative, healing listening.
In Episode 33, Cristina DiGiacomo, a professional philosopher, joins Norah Jones of It’s About Language to chart a pathway to understand the everyday use – and need – for philosophy in our lives.
Norah Jones’s guest for Episode 31 of It’s About Language is Ashwini Prasad, “The Inclusive Screenwriter,” who has dedicated herself to uncovering bias and making untold stories heard.
Anti-racist screenwriter and educator Ashwini Prasad converses with Norah Jones of Fluency Consulting on the critical need for and value of representation, especially in the field of film and media. Ashwini shares the power of evoking identity through storytelling, and the thrill of bringing breakthroughs through her workshops focused on writing for inclusion.