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SGExplained

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SGExplained

Rovik Robert, Elliot Tan and Charmian Tan

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SGExplained follows Rovik, Elliot and Charmian, three regular Singaporeans trying to understand how Singapore is what it is. We explore institutions, histories, events and phenomena in Singapore and get into the details of it all. You'll see Singapore like you never have before. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sg-explained/support
 
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Sgeul is Seanchas

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Sgeul is Seanchas

Scottish Storytelling Forum

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Fàilte do ar pod-craoladh, Sgeul is Seanchas, far an cluinnear measgachadh de sgeulachdan traidiseanta, eachdraidheil is èibhinn anns a' Ghàidhlig bho chuid de na seanchaidhean is bàrd as fheàrr ann an Alba. Bu toil le Fòram Sgeulachdan na h-Alba taing a thoirt do Chomhairle nan Leabhraichean agus Bòrd na Gàidhlig airson an taic agus maoineachadh airson a’ chiad sreath agus gu Maoin nan Ealan Gàidhlig airson am maoineachadh airson an dàrna sreath den phod-craoladh. Riochdaire agus Deasaiche ...
 
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Many foundations face hurdles in creating advocacy agendas whether it be convincing a board of directors, finding the time and resources, or seeking funds from grantmakers. Chynna A. Phillips, senior director of policy and research at Sisters of Charity Foundation of South Carolina, and Melissa Levesque, senior vice president and chief strategy off…
 
Thank you for being on this amazing journey with us to reach 100 episodes on SGExplained!! It's a big deal for us, and if you are a Day One listener, please let us know so that we can reach out to you and invite you to our show for a chat! For this episode, we go back to the origins of why the show was even started: to explore the Singapore identit…
 
If you love mooncakes as much as we do, you will love this episode. The SGExplainers trace the origins of the Mid-Autumn festival and the practices we repeat every year in Singapore. Join us as we discover: What our neighbours in the region celebrate during the same season Why the Mid-Autumn festival makes reference to a rabbit frequently What are …
 
The shift to remote work post-pandemic has caused many employees to feel stressed, burnt out, and out of control of their workplace dynamic. Meico Marquette Whitlock, founder of The Mindful Techie, shares tools and strategies on how to regain control and relieve the stressors that face us. Topics covered in this episode: Major impacts of the pandem…
 
Businesses emerged as the most trusted institutions in the 2022 Edelman Trust Barometer, which also showed that people expect more from businesses in solving the world's problems. So, how can companies step up to lead the charge and maintain that position of trust? Kendra Fogarty, corporate social responsibility manager at UScellular, spoked with B…
 
We may have memories of the Singapore Zoo when we were children, but did you know that the overall Mandai Wildlife Group has been staying relevant through its sustainability and conservation efforts? Join us this episode as we: Explore the history of the Zoo, including some of its unfortunate accidents Trace the various unique exhibits in the main …
 
You may have read about him during your Social Studies class, but as with most historical characters, you may have just scratched the surface of the legend Lim Bo Seng. Join us as we do a character deep-dive into the war hero and learn about some of the critical episodes in his life. In this episode, look forward to: Learning about Lim Bo Seng's ea…
 
Getting from place to place in Singapore is convenient only because of our great public transportation, including our beloved MRT system! In this episode, the crew share laughs and develop an appreciation for our subway system, with tons of factoids in between. Look forward to: Tracing the story of the subway-that-almost-never-was Learning about so…
 
Employee volunteerism has become an essential component of a company’s corporate social responsibility and employee engagement strategies. In this episode, Melissa Hackmeier, global head of employee & community engagement at MilliporeSigma, joins the podcast to discuss how she launched the company's first ever global volunteer program and the best …
 
Research has shown that women are more prone to burnout than men for a variety of reasons, including societal expectations and imbalances in responsibilities across work and home. This can be further intensified for women working at nonprofits and other social good organizations, which often have higher than average rates of burnout and turnover. T…
 
Charmian and Rovik revisit the topic of dating in Singapore, tracking what's changed four years after the first part was published. We invite Zhi Qun Liu from Kopi Dates, an experience-focused dating platform, to share some of the trends he sees running the platform. Rovik also contributes perspectives from The Hidden Good's Dating for Good program…
 
Open, honest, and transparent communication with grantee partners can help minimize power imbalances and help foster a sense of mutual transparency and accountability that is critical to our success as grantmakers. Hear from Shaady Salehi, executive director, Trust-Based Philanthropy Project, Lisa Maloney-Vinz, director of global community relation…
 
Now that borders have reopened, Singaporeans have been flocking to Malaysia, specifically to Johor Bahru across the border. In this episode, we reflect on the relationship these two cities share! Look forward to: Learning how many people cross the border each day Unpacking the economic features of the Singapore-Johor Bahru relationship Adding to yo…
 
These skinny ice creams on a stick may be slowly dying out but we keep them alive in our latest podcast episode! From pulut hitam to durian to red bean, we go on a journey of flavours to honour one of our favourite desserts in Singapore. In this episode, you can: Learn about the inspiration behind the Potong Ice Cream Follow the manufacturing proce…
 
Why is due diligence important in grantmaking organizations? The process of satisfying legal requirements impacts many areas within an organization— mission alignment, stewardship, duty of care, reputation, outcomes & impact, and overall effectiveness to name a few. In this episode, learn from Elizabeth (Liz) Gousse Ballotte, principal at PKF O’Con…
 
We're looking at the full life cycle this season, and so it only makes sense that we look at what happens in Singapore when you die! Zach Leung, Associate Director at PFPA, comes onto our show to shine some light on what happens after we pass on, especially to our assets and our loved ones. In this episode, you will: Learn about the difference betw…
 
ESG (environment, social, and governance) is a hot topic amongst for-profit companies and investors, but is it important for nonprofits and other social good organizations too? Today's guest thinks so. Tim McClimon, principal consultant for The Celeste Group, which specializes in corporate social responsibility and nonprofit management strategies a…
 
You've probably heard the phrase "It's Tiger Time" while you were growing up in Singapore. Tiger Beer is one of Singapore's most valuable brands and a globally recognised beverage, renowned for its bold campaigns and its reliable flavours. In this episode, you can look forward to: Learn about the history of Tiger Beer, including its involvement in …
 
Who can deny that taxi drivers are Singapore's master storytellers? We get the extremely cool opportunity to talk to Uncle Ben, the father of a close friend of Rovik's, who also happens to be a night-shift taxi driver about his storied life on the roads. In this episode, you will: Learn about how many taxi and private hire drivers there are actuall…
 
Join Meico Marquette Whitlock, founder and CEO of Mindful Techie, for an interactive training that will inspire you with mindful approaches for creating sustained balance in your life. Prepare to lower your stress level, focus on getting the important things done, and be more present for yourself, your team, and your family. Click here to listen to…
 
How far would Singaporeans go to look "beautiful"? We speak to Dr Matthew Yap of Myeongdong Medical & Aesthetics about the trends he witnesses in his clinic and his own experience as an aesthetician! In this episode, you will: Learn about beauty standards past and present in Singapore Get familiar with the different types of treatments Singaporeans…
 
Rachel Hutchisson is joined by Chris Jarvis, executive director of Realized Worth, to kick off our CSR Book Club Series with an article from Stanford Social Innovation Review called “Fixing the S in ESG.” Listen to learn more about quantifying social impact and what the future of S looks like. Topics discussed in this episode: Adapting to changes i…
 
Chantal Forster, executive director of the Technology Association of Grantmakers (TAG), discusses the top areas where grantmakers can make the most impact in 2022 and how technology can help them achieve that impact. Topics discussed in this episode: Who are the members of TAG and how do they impact philanthropy? The rise in the voices of the peopl…
 
The Orang Laut are thought to be one of the first inhabitants of the islands that now make up Singapore, but why do so few people know about them? We chat with Firdaus Sani, founder of Orang Laut SG which is a community sustaining the stories of this lineage, to get the real scoop. In this episode, you can look forward to: Learning about how the Or…
 
As we trend towards a sense of normalcy in 2022, the convenience and cost savings of remote audits are here to stay. Whether you began remote audits out of necessity during the pandemic or have been doing them for a while, join us and Paul Preziotti, CPA, nonprofit audit expert, and Partner with Johnson Lambert, for tips on preparing for and runnin…
 
’S ann aig Na Leòdaich, Clann ’ic Leòid, a bha smachd air Eilean Leòdhais airson iomadh linn. Ach thug an Crùn seilbh air fearrann Leódhais ga na Sìophartaich -Clann ‘ic Choinnich, ann an 1611. Thug Iarla Shìophairt òrdugh gu feumadh na bhuineadh ga cinn-feadha na Leòidich, an cur gu bàs. A rèir beul aithris na Sìophartaich fhein, agus na tha sgrìo…
 
We are back with Season 5 and as always, we keep it spicy with a whole episode on giving birth in Singapore. But first, we introduce our new co-host, Charmian Tan - media personality and highly sought after spin instructor who is joining the crew to explore the Singapore Identity! In this episode, you can look forward to: Learning about cultural su…
 
There are a lot of ways to think about how technology impacts things, as well as how different constituent types interact with it and the relationships that it helps them build. In today’s episode, we’ll be discussing recent research on how technology improves the relationship between schools and parents. Joining the podcast today is Chuck English,…
 
What do you know about setting goals for yourself and your team and managing those goals? In today’s episode, you’ll hear an excerpt from the Skills UP webinar series. In it, you’ll hear Damaris Herron-Watkins discuss best practices for creating and managing your team’s goals. Listen in to hear what she has to say about the purpose of goal manageme…
 
International Women’s Day is on March 8th, 2022, and it’s a good time to think about the state of women and girls worldwide, how current events may make violence and abuse even worse than they were, and how to move forward by empowering each other. Today’s guest is Vesna Jaric, the Interim Chief of the UN Trust Fund to End Violence Against Women. L…
 
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