Brian Boesch has been the play-by-play broadcaster for Michigan Wolverines men's basketball since 2019. Boesch also serves as the studio host for Michigan football and is the producer for the Michigan radio network with Learfield. Boesch also held broadcasting positions in Minor League Baseball with the Winston-Salem Dash, Frisco Roughriders, and Burlington Royals. Boesch is a 2011 graduate of Ohio University. Follow the show on Twitter and Instagram: @BroadcasterHour plus @Roger_Hoover and @CrooksPBP.
T. Michael Sullivan of Robinson, Boesch, Sennott & Daly PA reviews directed trusts under M.G.L. c. 203, § 808 versus N.H. R.S.A. § 564-B:7-711 in this podcast, recorded as part of MCLE's 2/23/2021 live webcast: How to Make Directed Trusts Work. The full program is available as an on demand webcast or an MP3 here. Get 24/7 instant access to hundreds of related eLectures like this one—and more—with a subscription to the MCLE OnlinePass. Learn more at www.mcle.org/onlinepass.
On the show's one-year anniversary, in episode #20 of NWA Crock and Roll the boys are once again joined by guest, Ben Locke to close out part 2 of the Houston Layover series. After discussing year one they jump right into it. Topics & matches include Adrian Street in a surprising match with Terry Taylor, continued bad Boesch commentary, a disappointing Brody/Rhodes match, a run-down of bad Billy Graham matches watched including the one in this show, the entertainment value of Abdullah the Butcher, a big swerve in a Wahoo match that leaves majority siding with Calum, the diversity of matches in Houston, worthless 2/3 fall matches, a divide on a Manny/Mascaras match, an entertaining Texas Death Coffin Match that has to be seen to be believed, and close with a sneak peak of the next few episodes through September where the timeline relaunches with December 85 in episode 25!
It's no secret that to be really successful in this business, you must stay focused on Efficiency, Productivity and Profit! And Cost Controls are right at the top of that list as well! Perhaps your restaurant's biggest expense is Labor Cost, and with all the challenges of staffing right now, you need to also be thinking about keeping your team happy. In this episode of the Restaurant Rockstars Podcast, I'm speaking with Mr. Jordan Boesch CEO of 7shifts, an all-in-one labor management solution. Listen as we learn: - How veteran restaurateurs designed this platform to serve the needs of operators - That it takes just a few clicks to get the “Perfect Schedule” - How an engaged team providing their feedback and feeling heard lowers turnover by 13% - How 7shifts tracks lates, no shows and call-outs A free Mobile APP comes with the platform. You can use it to monitor staff “engagement” at your restaurant, allowing you or your managers to provide additional attention. Check out the Free Trial at www.7shifts.com/restaurantrockstars Now Go ROCK Your Restaurant! Roger For more restaurant resources: https://restaurantrockstars.com/ The Restaurant Rockstars Academy – The Ultimate Start-up & Management Courses. Everything you need to know to crush it in the restaurant business: https://restaurantrockstars.com/pricing/ Thank you to our sponsor 7shifts – Get 3 Months of Industry Leading Labor Management for FREE: https://www.7shifts.com/restaurantrockstars
7shifts CEO Jordan Boesch faced every peer's nightmare in the spring of 2020 when he had to relieve dozens of beloved team members of their duties. Everybody wants the dollar signs and status associated with being a CEO. But nobody wants to be a chief executive officer when it's time to furlough 40 employees. “We had to tell the company that we had to lay off 40 people,” remembers Jordan Boesch on this episode of the Digital Hospitality podcast. Watch or listen to this Digital Hospitality interview with 7shifts CEO Jordan Boesch and let us know what you learned or liked from the conversation. The hospitality industry is rebuilding so it's a great time for restaurant owners and operators to improve their employee management systems. 7shifts promises to help restaurant management improve long-term performance and profitability with a data-driven digital approach to its labor management platform. • Learn more about 7shifts at: https://www.7shifts.com/about • Book Jordan Boesch (CEO/founder) for a Speaking Engagement at: https://www.7shifts.com/jordan-boesch • Visit https://calibbq.media/podcast-episodes for more interviews and articles. Email the Cali BBQ Media team at firstname.lastname@example.org https://youtu.be/h3JA2um7B3o Company Culture of Transparency, Honesty, Feedback — Overcome with sorrow, there was no way to right the wrongs of how the pandemic decimated Jordan Boesch's technology company built for helping restaurants with their scheduling. With major roster cuts made at a moment's notice, one would expect employees – both furloughed and retained – to be heated. However, after the cuts, Jordan's phone began blowing up not with rage, threats or venting, but actual praise and gratitude. “The outpour from not only existing staff,” Jordan discussed on Digital Hospitality, “but staff that were furloughed, to me personally, was just like, ‘Hey, Jordan, totally understand. I'd love to come back as soon as you guys will have me back.' "So many people were like, ‘Hey, I'll wait. I don't I don't care that I was furloughed, I want back in the company.' We got a lot of messages and support from existing employees that said, ‘You guys handled that better than any company that would have ever handled the situation.” By creating a culture at 7shifts built off of transparency, honesty, feedback and betterment, Jordan Boesch's team trusted that the tough decision was made with love and reflected reality. This is because it was. How to Attract the Best Talent — While Jordan Boesch was still surprised at how well his staff responded to the difficult decision he chose to make, he felt his unlikely situation and even more unlikely outcome was a sharing moment to help others. Shortly after the furloughs, the tech CEO published a Medium article about how to handle layoffs due to the COVID pandemic. Check out the detailed 7shifts strategy document for layoffs that was shared by Jordan at: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1OV_G0CDS_fGCZFBpJWttVYO7LrRdxdJAwxxGtn0XDQE/ Not only did sharing his thoughts and strategy help his peers in need during a tough time, it attracted talent to his network by putting out his perspective. “It's a good mechanism to attract what you want to attract,” Jordan noticed on the response from his Medium post. “If you want to attract the best software engineers to your company, you open source. [In this case] I also wanted to attract other CEOs that I can collaborate with and that I can learn from at the same time. It's a mechanism to attract great people that you can continue to learn from.” 7shifts gets $21.5 million investment from EHI — Enlightened Hospitality Investments (EHI) growth equity fund, managed by influential restaurateur Danny Meyer, invested $21.5 million in 7shifts during a Series B funding round, joining other investors. Danny Meyer is CEO of Union Square Hospitality Group which uses 7shifts at its bars,
1) My Thoughts - Franz didn't lose the game..it was a team effort. 2) Game Day - Basketball radio play by play voice Brian Boesch says Michigan picked a bad night to have a bad night 3) Quick Hits - Football season ticket renewals are now underway. The only question remains how many fans will be allowed in the stadium?
In the final hour of Tuesday's show: the guys talk with Michigan broadcaster Brian Boesch about the team's Elite Eight run, compare the coaching jobs of former NBA greats who now have college jobs and more during the final hour of Tuesday's DDC!
Jordan Boesch is the CEO and Founder of 7shifts, a labor-management platform used by about 16,000 restaurants across North America. 7shifts allows restaurants to control labor, manage staff, manage compliance issues, and keep staff engagement high by providing a mobile app to the employees. Starting out as a side hustle, eventually, 7shifts made enough money for Jordan to quit his software engineering career and focus on changing the restaurant industry! Topics Covered: ● How did Jordan come to start 7shifts? ● What is the experience for the managers and employees? ● How does 7shifts changing the employee experience? ● What does the future look like for restaurant workers and those outside the food industry? ● Jordan discusses employees' desire to learn and advance their skills. ● What else would Jordan like to change in the restaurant industry and how does technology impact that? ● Jordan discusses the opportunities in front of 7shifts. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/abruptfuture/message
1) My Thoughts: The loss to Illinois was disappointing, but there is no time to dwell on it. 2) Game Day: Michigan radio PBP voice Brian Boesch says everything this team wants is still on the table 3) Quick Hits: Spring football, Women's hoops, hockey and softball updates Website: www.themichiganmanpodcast.com Email: email@example.com.
Coach Gil; aka Jose Guillermo Boesch (IG: @goata_loco, FB: @goataloco) is the founder of GOATA which stands for Greatest Of All Time Athletes. GOATA Movement, and their training facility GLS Training, is getting a lot of attention from golfers and athletes around the world because it is helping many avoid or overcome injuries that traditional training/therapy methods have fallen short on. If you want to play more golf, lead a more active lifestyle, and continue doing so as you age gracefully then continue reading and definitely listen to this episode. In today’s show Coach Gil, an avid and die-hard golfer, drops some serious truth bombs that sheds light on his; why and how he developed GOATA, why cadaver science and traditional training methods maybe hindering your progress, and what you can do to ‘recode’ your body and system. To learn more about Coach Gil, GOATA Movement, Recode 225, or find a GOATA coach be sure to hit them up on their website -www.goatamovement.com, YouTube channels or simply google GOATA and start your own recode process.
A fellow podcast within the Learfield IMG College family, "College Sports Now" discusses the latest in college football and basketball several times each week. Hosts Stephen Hartzell and Matt Norlander welcome our own Brian Boesch at the 15:00 mark to discuss Michigan men's basketball team's big win at Wisconsin and look ahead at the road ahead for Juwan Howard and the Wolverines. We've also included the first 15 minutes of the episode, to give you an idea of the show. Give College Sports Now a try and subscribe here: apple.co/33pBkHk
1) My Thoughts: Just getting through the winter sports schedule will continue to be a challenge 2) Game Day: Michigan radio play by play voice Brian Boesch joins us to discuss the two week shut down and much more. 3) Quick Hits: Football picks up another 4 star in the class of 2021 Website: www.themichiganmanpodcast.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Christophe Boesch ist Verhaltensforscher und erforscht seit Jahrzehnten das Verhalten und die Lebensumstände von Menschenaffen. Nach der Zusammenarbeit mit den weltberühmten Pionierinnen im Bereich der Primatenforschung Jane Goodall und Dian Fossey (Gorillas im Nebel), lebte er viele Jahre mit seiner Familie im Dschungel und studierte Schimpansen in Westafrika. Im Interview erzählt er von seinem Verhältnis zu unseren nächsten Verwandten, von seinem Engagement im Natur- und Artenschutz und natürlich von all seinen faszinierenden Erlebnissen mit den Tieren in den Urwäldern Afrikas. Wild Chimpanzee Foundation WERBUNG: Unser Partner in dieser Folge ist die ZEIT-Stiftung. Die hat eine ganze Reihe neuer Podcasts gestartet. An dieser Stelle möchten wir Euch “Menschenwürde, Menschenleben - Ein Podcast über die Einordnung von Grundrechten in Zeiten der Krise” empfehlen. Sascha Suhrke und Patrik Schwarz sprechen in dem Podcast mit ihren Gästen über Grundrechte in Zeiten der Krise. In insgesamt zehn Folgen kommen Expertinnen und Experten aus unterschiedlichen Fachrichtungen zu Wort. Menschenwürde, Menschenleben - ein Podcast der ZEIT-Stiftung - ab sofort überall wo es Podcasts gibt! Mehr Informationen unter zeit-stiftung.de. Komm’ in den Klub Viertausendhertz: klub.viertausendhertz.de Gib uns eine Bewertung bei Apple Podcasts: apple.co/2KBTmOs Folge uns bei Spotify: spoti.fi/35kTZ7i Kontaktiere uns in Social Media: twitter.com/elementarfragen facebook.com/viertausendhertz instagram.com/elementarfragen
Christophe Boesch ist Verhaltensforscher und erforscht seit Jahrzehnten das Verhalten und die Lebensumstände von Menschenaffen. Nach der Zusammenarbeit mit den weltberühmten Pionierinnen im Bereich der Primatenforschung Jane Goodall und Dian Fossey (Gorillas im Nebel), lebte er viele Jahre mit seiner Familie im Dschungel und studierte Schimpansen in Westafrika. Im Interview erzählt er von seinem Verhältnis zu unseren nächsten Verwandten, von seinem Engagement im Natur- und Artenschutz und natürlich von all seinen faszinierenden Erlebnissen mit den Tieren in den Urwäldern Afrikas. Wild Chimpanzee Foundation WERBUNG: Unser Partner in dieser Folge ist die ZEIT-Stiftung. Die hat eine ganze Reihe neuer Podcasts gestartet. An dieser Stelle möchten wir Euch “Menschenwürde, Menschenleben - Ein Podcast über die Einordnung von Grundrechten in Zeiten der Krise” empfehlen. Sascha Suhrke und Patrik Schwarz sprechen in dem Podcast mit ihren Gästen über Grundrechte in Zeiten der Krise. In insgesamt zehn Folgen kommen Expertinnen und Experten aus unterschiedlichen Fachrichtungen zu Wort. Menschenwürde, Menschenleben - ein Podcast der ZEIT-Stiftung - ab sofort überall wo es Podcasts gibt! Mehr Informationen unter zeit-stiftung.de. Komm’ in den Klub Viertausendhertz: klub.viertausendhertz.de Gib uns eine Bewertung bei Apple Podcasts: apple.co/2KBTmOs Folge uns bei Spotify: spoti.fi/35kTZ7i Kontaktiere uns in Social Media: twitter.com/elementarfragen facebook.com/viertausendhertz instagram.com/elementarfragen The post Menschenaffen - Christophe Boesch first appeared on Viertausendhertz | Das Podcastlabel.
Jack of all trades, Master of noneYears after coding a restaurant employee scheduling system for his father’s chain of sandwich stores, 7shifts founder Jordan Boesch had branched out into retail and other scheduling-heavy industries. “They told us it was good. It wasn’t great,” he laments. His solution? Get back to his roots.Close a door, open a windowAfter Boesch had closed the door on 2 out of 3 customers to focus just on the restaurant industry, he discovered something interesting: he could focus on opportunities other software companies couldn’t. Focusing on his core competency — and his core customer — gave 7shifts the jet fuel needed to grow.3,000 kilometres from Silicon Valley NorthBoesch was questioned about why he’d build his company in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. He points to the talent of a city with only a quarter million residents, adding “as a result, we don't have the same level of competition that you might have in bigger metropolitan centers like Toronto or San Francisco, and we can really stay laser focused to deliver a great product and build a massive company.” Join Jordan Boesch as we wash dishes at a Toronto hotspot with our #CIBCInnovationEconomy series, then listen to Boesch offer his advice on how to pivot your company for greater success the CIBC Innovation Banking Podcast.CIBC Innovation Banking is a trusted financial partner to entrepreneurs and investors. Get in touch with our team at cibc.com/innovationbanking.
CLICK HERE TO JOIN THE NETWORK Today's guest, Jordan Boesch, hails from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada, got his start in hospitality working at his dad's Quiznos, is a Graduate of Algonquin College of Applied Arts, is a programmer by trade, and is the CEO and Founder of 7shifts. In this episode, we dive into the story behind 7shifts, what separates 7Shifts from other Labor management platforms, the data 7Shifts is privilege to, and what the future of 7shifts looks like. Check out Radical Candor: Be A Kick-Ass Boss Without Losing Your Humanity by Kim Scott as mentioned in today's episode! Check out The Speed of Trust: The One Thing That Changes Everything by Stephen M. R. Covey as mentioned in today's episode! Show notes… Calls to ACTION!!! Subscribe to the Restaurant Unstoppable YouTube Channel Join the private Unstoppable Facebook Group Join the email list! (Scroll Down to get the Vendor List!) Favorite success quote or mantra: Belief in "the act off being radically candid." Today's sponsor: 7shifts is a modern labor management platform, designed by restaurateurs, for restaurateurs. Effectively labor management is more important than ever to ensure profitability and restaurant success. Trusted by over 400,000 restaurant professionals, 7shifts gives you the tools you need to streamline labor operations, communicate with your team, and retain your talent. Best of all 7shifts integrates with the POS and Payroll systems you already use and trust (like Toast!) turning labor into a competitive advantage for your business. Restaurant Unstoppable members get 3 months, absolutely free. Toast - A POS built for restaurants by restaurant people Adapt fast with Toast's cloud-based restaurant POS system that updates to evolve your POS along with changing industry trends and guest expectations. Toast is built exclusively for restaurants of all shapes and sizes, with over 2/3 of our employees having restaurant experience to serve you better. Online Ordering - Let guests easily order directly from your restaurant for pickup or contactless delivery to keep revenue flowing during these uncertain times. Toast Delivery Services Dispatch local drivers through an on-demand network to keep your community fed and revenue coming in. PlateIQ- the leading AP automation platform in the hospitality industry. Since 2014, Plate IQ has been saving time and money for companies like Cava, Tender Greens, and more. Just upload your invoices into Plate IQ and our proprietary technology will code each line item to your chart of accounts — automatically. For Bill Pay, virtual cards, and end-to-end invoice automation, head to plateiq.com. Thanks for listening! Thanks so much for joining today! Have some feedback you’d like to share? Leave a note in the comment section below! If you enjoyed this episode, please share it using the social media buttons you see at the top of the post. Also, please leave an honest review for the Restaurant Unstoppable Podcast on iTunes! Ratings and reviews are extremely helpful and greatly appreciated! They do matter in the rankings of the show, and I read each and every one of them. And finally, don’t forget to subscribe to the show on iTunes to get automatic updates. Huge thanks to Jordan Boesch for joining me for another awesome episode. Until next time! Restaurant Unstoppable is a free podcast. One of the ways I'm able to make it free is by earning a commission when sharing certain products with you. I've made it a core value to only share tools, resources, and services my guest mentors have recommend, first. If you're finding value in my podcast, please use my links!
Dennis Fithian welcomes to the show, the voice of Michigan Basketball, Brian Boesch. A season recap, mindset of the program, and future basketball is discussed. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Kaum jemand kennt Schimpansen so wie er: Christophe Boesch erforscht das Verhalten von Primaten. Dafür lebte er viele Jahre im Urwald, zeitweise mit Frau und Kindern. Mit der Stiftung Wild Chimpanzee Foundation trägt er zum Schutz der Tiere bei. Moderation: Tim Wiese www.deutschlandfunkkultur.de, Im Gespräch Hören bis: 19.01.2038 04:14 Direkter Link zur Audiodatei
1) My Thoughts: Michigan limps into the final week of regular season play. 2) Game Day: Radio play by play voice Brian Boesch thinks Michigan will be a very dangerous team in the post season 3) Quick Hits: Updates on Women's Hoops, Hockey, Softball & Baseball Website: www.themichiganmanpodcast.com Email: email@example.com