What's it like on the ground at the Tokyo Olympics? Athlete mentality at Tokyo 2020, US-Canada land border reopenings & What's the future of workplace attire?

What's it like on the ground at the Tokyo Olympics? Athlete ...

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Watching the Olympics on TV or online only gives you a limited view into what it's like being at the Games however what's it like on the other side of the camera? So what is it like going through the COVID-19 restrictions, staying in the Olympic Village? Rick speaks with an assistant clinical professor from McMaster who's with the athletes in Tokyo. Guest: Dr. Carla Edwards, Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry & Behavioural Neurosciences with McMaster University and High-Performance Mental Health Advisor for both Swimming Canada & Cycling Canada - The mindset and psychology of an athlete can make or break their performance and as such, any change to their environment has the potential to throw off an athlete. What are the factors that can impact an athletes' performance at this year's Olympics and how much of a difference could they make. Guest: Dr. Philip Sullivan, Chair and Professor with the Department of Kinesiology at Brock University - Canada and the US are reopening their borders at two different times with two different sets of restrictions. What happened to Trudeau and Biden's 'Roadmap for a Renewed US-Canada Partnership'? Guest: Perrin Beatty, President and CEO of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce - Work clothes come in many forms from three-piece suits and dresses to safety vests and hard hats. Working from home has added a new style according to a new survey from IWG. 'Zoom casual' features wearing work clothes on the top and casual clothes on the bottom, something that 39% of respondents say they do. Once employees start returning to the office, what should they wear? Will more casual attire be the way of the future? Guest: Wayne Berger, CEO of the Americas for International Workplace Group See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Watching the Olympics on TV or online only gives you a limited view into what it's like being at the Games however what's it like on the other side of the camera? So what is it like going through the COVID-19 restrictions, staying in the Olympic Village? Rick speaks with an assistant clinical professor from McMaster who's with the athletes in Tokyo. Guest: Dr. Carla Edwards, Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry & Behavioural Neurosciences with McMaster University and High-Performance Mental Health Advisor for both Swimming Canada & Cycling Canada - The mindset and psychology of an athlete can make or break their performance and as such, any change to their environment has the potential to throw off an athlete. What are the factors that can impact an athletes' performance at this year's Olympics and how much of a difference could they make. Guest: Dr. Philip Sullivan, Chair and Professor with the Department of Kinesiology at Brock University - Canada and the US are reopening their borders at two different times with two different sets of restrictions. What happened to Trudeau and Biden's 'Roadmap for a Renewed US-Canada Partnership'? Guest: Perrin Beatty, President and CEO of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce - Work clothes come in many forms from three-piece suits and dresses to safety vests and hard hats. Working from home has added a new style according to a new survey from IWG. 'Zoom casual' features wearing work clothes on the top and casual clothes on the bottom, something that 39% of respondents say they do. Once employees start returning to the office, what should they wear? Will more casual attire be the way of the future? Guest: Wayne Berger, CEO of the Americas for International Workplace Group See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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