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Explore topics related to transformational community leadership including economic development, non-profit engagement, organizational management, and policy development. It's a candid conversation with veterans of the economic development profession along with inspiring interviews of today's thought leaders.
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Economic Development

Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta

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The creation of quality jobs in a challenging economy requires rethinking existing strategies. The Federal Reserve and the International Economic Development Council (IEDC) have partnered to offer free podcast interviews with economic development practitioners and academics. Podcasts cover innovative postrecessionary economic development strategies, emerging trends in job creation and workforce development, small business trends, and health care issues.
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Economic Development Matters is a podcast presented by Edmonton Global, the economic development agency for the Edmonton Metropolitan Region in Alberta, Canada. It is a platform to discuss strategies for investment attraction, how to be globally competitive, and other matters related to economic development and growth. Hosted by Brianna Morris and Sherri Bouslama.
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The Economic Development Podcast

Institute of Economic Development

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In this podcast, Nigel Wilcock the Executive Director of the Institute of Economic Development will interview key leaders in the key fields of economic development and regeneration. The podcast will involve examples, policy and best practice in the current topics impacting professionals in the field. The podcast is intended as providing professional development content as well as being valuable to anyone involved or interested in the field.
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Economic Development Secrets

Impact DataSource

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Established in 1993, Impact DataSource is an economic consulting firm that evaluates prospective economic development deals from all angles. We prepare individual analyses on projects, and also offer desktop and web-based impact models so that clients can run as many reports as they would like, only needing project data to utilize the pre-built tool. Our impact analysis will tie together the economic impact, fiscal impact, and possible incentives of the deal. Since every community is unique, ...
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In this episode, Dennis is joined by Mike Neal - President and CEO of the Tulsa Regional Chamber. Mike presents a master class on how to build and lead a dynamic team of professionals and how to utilize strategic partnerships to build a world-class organization. Mike Neal is in his 18th year as president and chief executive officer of the Tulsa Reg…
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In this episode, Dennis is joined by Suzanne Dale Estey, Executive Director of the Washington Economic Development Association. Dennis and Suzanne preview the 2024 IEDC Future Forum and talk all things Washington State. The 2024 Economic Future Forum will be held in Spokane, Washington, on June 16-18 The 2024 Future Forum will explore 'Transformati…
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In this episode, Dennis is joined by Mark Perna, who discusses leadership and how to develop your leadership style. Leadership - the action of leading a group of people or an organization Leadership is only evident when it’s poor Leadership is not one-size-fits-all There are many styles of leadership…Example servant leaders A servant leader shares …
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In this episode, Dennis is joined by Kevin Dick, President and Chief Executive Officer Carolina Small Business Development Fund in the Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina area. They discuss the importance of small businesses as part of the ecosystem of a community, region, and state. The Carolina Small Business Development Fund is a not-for-profit organ…
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Although women around the world have joined the labor market in rising numbers over the past several decades, the percentage of women in the labor force in India has declined, even while their education levels have risen and the country has experienced rapid economic growth. In this episode of Voices in Development, Farzana Afridi, a professor of E…
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Denisse Carter - Economic Development Administrator Doña Ana County Dennis is joined by Denisse Carter - Economic Development Administrator Doña Ana County, a newly minted Certified Economic Developer. Dennis and Denisse discuss the certification process and the benefits of becoming a Certified Economic Developer. T The coursework for the CEcD cert…
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In this episode, Dennis is joined by Trish Heidenreich, Founder/CEO of EDI Group -Economic Development Initiatives Group. Trish recently underwent a career change. Previously, she was the Director of Economic Development for the Town of Bel Air, MD. and now is a self-employed consultant and founder of the EDI Group. Trish and Dennis discuss career …
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Dennis is joined by Mignonne Hollis, the executive director of the Arizona Regional Economic Development Foundation and founder of Aerospace Arizona Dennis and Mignonne discuss the opportunities and challenges of economic development work in rural America and rural Arizona. Just because you live in a rural area does not mean you can't do cool thing…
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Dennis is joined by generational expert Mark C. Perna. Dennis and Mark discuss the inherent bias older generations have against younger generations. Mark Perna is the author of Answering Why: Unleashing Passion, Purpose, and Performance in Younger Generations
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​Much of the research on economic development in low- and middle-income countries, particularly in Africa, is led by researchers who are outsiders to the regions they study. While this outsider perspective can help them see elements of the social or economic structure less visible to those who are deeply embedded in local institutions, partnerships…
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In this episode, Dennis is joined by Henry Silentman, the program manager at the Shiprock Regional Business Development office in Northwest New Mexico. Dennis and Henry discuss the opportunities and challenges of working in economic development in the Navajo Nation
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Finding Your Path in Economic Development Dennis is joined by Develop This! contributing correspondents Joi Cuartero Austin CEcd, Senior Program Officer, Economic Vitality with Main Street America, and Sean M. Maguire, AICP CEcD Economic Development and Planning Executive. Together, they discuss finding Your Path in Economic Development. Economic d…
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What does it take to become an Accredited Economic Development Organization? The St. Tammany Corp in Mandeville, LA, recently completed the process. There are over 5,000 economic development organizations, and fewer than 80 have achieved this prestigious designation. In this episode, Dennis is joined by Chris Masingill, CEO, and Ashley Llewellyn, S…
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Dennis is joined by Jonas Peterson, the CEO of Southwest Michigan First and IEDC's Immediate Past Chair. Jonas also talks about his economic development career journey and his current role as the CEO of Southwest Michigan First, his time as the chair of IEDC, and the growth and future of IEDC.
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Dennis is joined by Mark Perna, who discusses ten habits that can keep us from reaching our full potential. Seven Habits of Highly Effective People – Stephen Covey Be Proactive Begin With the End in Mind Put First Things First Think Win-Win Seek First to Understand, Then to Be Understood Synergize Sharpen the Saw What are the habits that keep us fr…
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Despite the widespread acknowledgment of the potential for digital technologies to accelerate inclusive economic growth, not everyone has access to the mobile devices, internet connectivity, and affordable data they need to participate meaningfully in the digital economy. This digital divide, which includes gender specific barriers, prevents billio…
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In this episode, Dennis offers up some common sense strategies to help deal with tough budget times. Do great work Communicate Measure Build coalitions Measure your organization against your peers Build relationships Be transparent Engage your board
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Dennis's organization, Lee County Economic Development Group, recently became an AEDO - Accredited Economic Development Organization through IEDC. Dennis is joined by Bill Murphy - President & CEO of Ardmore Development Authority in Ardmore, OK, and Jim Fram - Consultant and Economic Development Leader - of Community Growth Strategies, and they dis…
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Working on the Other Side: From Elected Official to Economic Development In this episode, contributing correspondent Joi Cuartero Austin is joined by Kyle Moore, President of the Great River Economic Development Foundation in Quincy and Adams County, Illinois. Kyle discusses his journey from elected official to economic development professional. Go…
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In this episode, Dennis opens up about what he believes are the three biggest mistakes he has made in workforce programming. Dennis and Mark discuss the realities and difficulties of developing workforce programming.
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Dennis is joined by IEDC President and CEO Nathan Ohle, and they discuss the growth and changes at IEDC over the past year. They also discuss the future of IEDC and the economic development profession. New IEDC Strategic Plan Economic Recovery Corps Fellowship $1 million research initiative Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation…
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In this episode, contributing correspondent Joi Cuartero Austin is joined by Jackie Swihart, Program Officer with Main Street America. Joi and Jackie discuss Leadership and board burnout Economic development is challenging, with a lot of responsibility in building community prosperity, which is why you need a strong vision, good planning, and even …
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Do you ever wonder how extremely busy people get so much done? Dennis is joined by Mark Perna and they discuss tips and strategies to be more effective at work. They also discuss the difference between activity and productivity. Email strategies How to empower others Effective onboarding Spending your time effectively Silence internal negative talk…
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Dennis is joined by Mid America Economic Development Council's immediate past president, Horton Hobbs, to discuss the recent MAEDC Competitiveness Conference in Indianapolis. Dennis and Horton talk about highlights from the conference, Mid-Amercia EDC, and upcoming 2024 conferences.
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The vast majority of climate financing is directed towards mitigating, reducing, or preventing greenhouse gas emissions. However, there is a vital need for climate financing aimed at adaptation, protecting the lives and livelihoods of the people most affected by climate change. Low-income countries are disproportionately suffering from climate brea…
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In this episode, contributing corespondent Sean M. Maguire talks affordable housing and economic development with Stephane Frijja, President and CEO of Northeast Indiana Regional Partnership.
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Brianna will be away on maternity leave for the next year so we are welcoming Kristen Aspenes, Engagement Coordinator at Edmonton Global as Sherri's new co-host. Kristen shares a bit about her background and role with Edmonton Global and Brianna does a bit of a look back over her time with the organization so far.…
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Dennis is joined by Keith A. Gillenwater, CEcD, MEDP, MPA, President & CEO of Grow Wabash County, and Jeff Pipkin, Economic Development Manager at Hoosier Energy, to discuss the Mid America EDC Competitiveness Conference. Dennis, Keith, and Jeff discuss what makes the Competitivness Conference special. The conference is designed and planned by work…
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In this episode Dennis talks about finding a career-changing mentor late in life. Phil, Dennis' mentor recently passed away and Dennis reflects and discusses the difference having the right mentor can make in your life. To honor his mentor Dennis wants to give back by paying it forward to a Develop This listener.…
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Today’s environmental crises are affecting lower-income countries – and within those countries, poor and marginalized communities – most of all. Policymakers in these countries are seeking new ways to balance trade-offs between the economic growth that can provide citizens with income-generating opportunities, and the harmful emissions that industr…
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Dennis is joined by generational expert Mark C. Perna. Mark has spent 2023 speaking to 100's of education, community and economic development groups and organizations with 10,000's of people. Mark gives his insight into the trends, opportunities, and challenges he see's working with the generations and organizations involved in workforce developmen…
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Winning Ugly In this episode Dennis talks about how we measure success and why being flashy may not always yield the best results. Iowa Football Statistics Iowa's offense is currently ranked 133 of 133 in the FBS. Through 7 games, they have 13 total offensive TDs and have punted the ball 47 times. They average less than 250 total yards per game. De…
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Recorded at the 2023 IEDC Annual Conference in Dallas, TX. Dennis is joined by Develop This! contributing correspondent Sean Maguire. Dennis and Sean give a recap and review of the 2023 IEDC Annual Conference in Dallas, TX. New IEDC Strategic Plan
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PROVEN STRATEGIES FOR SOLVING HOUSING SHORTAGES IN COMMUNITIES ACROSS NORTH AMERICA Bethany Quinn - Vice President of Strategy and Content Development for Golden Shovel Dennis is joined by Bethany Quinn from Golden Shovel, and they discuss PROVEN STRATEGIES FOR SOLVING HOUSING SHORTAGES IN COMMUNITIES ACROSS NORTH AMERICA, a Golden Shovel white pap…
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Sherri and Brianna speak with Adam Legge, President of the Business Council of Alberta. We talk about their ongoing work to support business-friendly policies for the province and about their latest report, Future Unbuilt, which provides recommendations to the federal government on how to improve Canada's regulatory processes to build major infrast…
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Ron Kresha - COO & CFO Golden Shovel Creating a Marketing Plan Ron Kresha, Chief Operating Officer, is a founding member who helped start Golden Shovel Agency on the premise that every community deserves to be recognized and to have the tools needed to compete for businesses and jobs. He is committed to providing services that improve communities a…
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Brianna and Sherri speak with Stan Wraight, President and CEO of SASI World, Charles Edwards, VP of SASI World, and Alex Lowe, from the Edmonton International Airport (YEG). They discuss the ongoing work to build out cargo capacity at the Edmonton International Airport and what trends are happening globally that impact global logistics and cargo tr…
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In this episode Dennis gets personal about how a week of good news and bad news affected him. Economic development professionals get an up close and personal look at the highs and lows that happen in their communities. It's never easy to feel helpless trying to save a facility and people's jobs in your community.…
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Aaron Brossoit – Golden Shovel Dennis is joined by Aaron Brossoit, the CEO of Golden Shovel. In this episode, they discuss the changes in digital marketing and what the future holds as we enter the metaverse and AI takes hold Aaron Brossoit, Chief Executive Officer, was a founding member of Golden Shovel and has been with the company since Septembe…
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Dennis is joined by IEDC Presdent and CEO Nathan Ohle to discuss the upcoming IEDC 2023 Annual Conference, September 17 – 20th, 2023 – in Dallas, Texas Dallas, TX, is one of the country's most economically and socially diverse cities. The 1920s were an age of dramatic political, technological, and social change for some, yet not for others. In Dall…
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Sherri and Brianna chat with Rachel Connell, VP of the North American Strategy for Competitiveness (NASCO), about their upcoming reunion event taking place in Edmonton, August 29-31, 2023. The event will see Canada, U.S., and Mexico business and political leaders gather to discuss the future of our North American trading relationships. Learn more a…
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Sherri and Brianna were invited by UDI - Edmonton Metro to their event to launch their State of Growth report. The report was jointly produced with the Edmonton Metropolitan Region Board and provides a compelling snapshot of the region’s diverse assets and offerings around four themes: people and housing, economic competitiveness and employment, la…
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Joseph Stefko, ROC2025 President and CEO, joins Develop This! contributing correspondent Sean Maguire. Sean and Joe talk about what's changed in Rochester for the better and how it's shaking off the rust belt of the past. Fun and interesting things about Rochester include food, museums, wine, and more. Economic Development in Rochester Today More t…
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We speak to Andrew MacIsaac, CEO of Applied Pharmaceutical Innovation (API) about supporting the life sciences sector by linking post-secondary institutions and industry and facilitating commercialization. We also talk about the Canadian Critical Drug Initiative and the work being done to build the Edmonton region into a pharmaceutical R & D and ma…
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In this episode Dennis discusses the conundrum many economic development professionals find themselves in trying to deal with stakeholders on both sides of a controversial project. Some of these types of projects can incldue. The use of eminenet domain Utility franchise fees Utility rate cases for rate increases Tax Increment Financing (TIF) Dennis…
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In our latest episode, WVPA economic development team member Rachel Huser interviews Patrick Hoban, CEO of Bloomington-Normal Economic Development Council. Patrick discusses his background and how his professional experience led him to his current role in Central Illinois. From electric truck manufacturer Rivian to healthcare employers and even cho…
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