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In this episode, the podcast interviews Alex Felice, the creative director of Better Life. Alex discusses his role in helping Brandon Turner start a new podcast and create video content. He also talks about the significance of storytelling in entrepreneurship and shares his passion for creative storytelling. The host commends Alex's work and expresses gratitude for his contribution to their business.Ultimate Shownote[00:04:53] Embrace creativity in entrepreneurship.[00:06:21] Hobbies can shape your life.[00:11:38] Mastermind groups guarantee entrepreneurial success.[00:16:58] AI sorts people for mastermind groups.[00:21:47] Importance of structured communication.[00:24:32] Uncover real issues for success.[00:30:43] Habits, behaviors, beliefs for better life.[00:34:27] Wedding syndication idea for profit.[00:39:04] Spread love and make a difference.Turn your unique talent into capital and achieve the life you were destined to live. Join our community! We believe that Capital is more than just Cash. In fact, Human Capital always comes first before the accumulation of Financial Capital. We explore the best, most efficient, high-integrity ways of raising capital (Human & Financial). We want our listeners to use their personal human capital to empower the growth of their financial capital. Together we are stronger. LinkedinFacebookApple Podcast
What makes an HR leader successful in a PE backed company?What are the key differences between PE backed and public companies? My guest on this episode is with Randy Patterson, Managing Director of Human Capital, Portfolio Operations Group at BlackstoneDuring our conversation Randy and I discuss:What early career experiences were most helpful in preparing him to become a CHROThe differences between being a CHRO at a private equity backed company versus a public companyHow he assess potential candidates experiences, capabilities and fit for the CHRO roleWhat makes a 1st time CHRO successful in a private equity backed companyHow Blackstone's innovative Career Pathways program is supporting the advancement of underrepresented talentConnecting with Randy PattersonConnect with Randy Patterson on LinkedInLearn more about Blackstone's Career Pathways program
On today's episode, we're joined by Trey Tepechin, the innovative CEO and co-founder of Cloud Dentistry. Trey shares his fascinating journey from Harvard Law School to revolutionizing dental staffing. Listen as we explore the inefficiencies of traditional legal practice, the inspiration behind Cloud Dentistry, and how the platform is addressing current challenges in the dental industry." Dive into the world of dental staffing with Trey Tepechin, as he recounts his transition from law to dentistry and how his desire for efficiency led to the birth of Cloud Dentistry. Trey discusses the contrast between his time as an attorney and the creation of a tech platform that is reshaping how dental practices hire staff. As a result of COVID-19, the dental industry faced a significant shortage of professionals, particularly hygienists. Cloud Dentistry responds by unlocking 'fractional units of labor,' allowing dental practices to tap into a wider pool of part-time professionals to fill their staffing needs. This platform offers an alternative to the traditional staffing model, cutting out placement fees and enabling a more direct and cost-effective hiring process. Trey also shares insights on the legal nuances and challenges of using 1099 workers and the platform's success in navigating these complexities. To learn more about how Cloud Dentistry is pioneering change in the dental industry and for a chance to connect with Trey Tepechin, visit www.clouddentistry.com. EPISODE RESOURCES www.clouddentistry.com https://www.truedentalsuccess.com Dental Success Network Subscribe to The Dentalpreneur Podcast
The podcast features an interview with Dr. Steve Suh, an ophthalmologist who is also an experienced real estate investor. He shares his journey into real estate investing and discusses his current focus on passive investing in syndications. Dr. Suh talks about his initial interest in investing sparked by reading "Rich Dad Poor Dad" and his experience with stock market investing. He shares how he transitioned to real estate investing and the lessons he learned along the way. He also highlighted involvement in Left Field Investors, a community of passive investors focused on syndication investing. The group offers virtual networking opportunities and a private forum for education and support.Timestamps[00:04:01] Real estate investing is life-changing.[00:09:30] Real estate syndication investing risks.[00:11:01] Lessons from Left Field Investors.[00:16:28] Branding is essential for success.[00:21:24] Community-based platform for passive investing.[00:29:01] Importance of networking in investing.[00:33:26] Operator is key in syndication.[00:37:28] Importance of people in investing. Turn your unique talent into capital and achieve the life you were destined to live. Join our community! We believe that Capital is more than just Cash. In fact, Human Capital always comes first before the accumulation of Financial Capital. We explore the best, most efficient, high-integrity ways of raising capital (Human & Financial). We want our listeners to use their personal human capital to empower the growth of their financial capital. Together we are stronger. LinkedinFacebookApple Podcast
In this captivating episode, we delve into the life and insights of Ahmed Reza, a visionary entrepreneur and tech innovator. Ahmed shares his unique journey from Bangladesh to the U.S., weaving tales of resilience, cultural adaptation, and entrepreneurial spirit. Discover how his diverse background fueled his passion for technology and innovation, leading to the creation of groundbreaking AI solutions. This episode is a treasure trove for anyone interested in the intersection of technology, culture, and personal growth. Subscribe for ad-free interviews and bonus episodes https://plus.acast.com/s/the-unmistakable-creative-podcast. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In the previous episode, we delved into the intricacies of four essential business capabilities: Strategy, Operations, Finance & Risk, and Sales & Marketing. These pillars are fundamental in steering organizations toward success. In today's episode, we explored the key pillars of modern business: Human Capital, Tech, and R&D. Picture a workplace not just hiring but nurturing talent to create a destination! Tech is more than just an online presence; it's a dynamic playground. R&D? It's not just labs; it's the heart of innovation. Discover versatile tools like Communication and ESG – the Swiss Army knives for businesses. A must-listen for those curious about how consulting powers success! Learn how consulting firms align with these competencies, creating harmony and guiding companies through the financial maze. Planning consulting services? This episode is your insightful guide to navigate the business world.
Join us in person at the learn and grow event December 2, 2023Josh and John interview Richard C. Wilson in this podcast episode, focusing on his expertise in family offices. Richard shares his background and the start of his investor club in 2007. He talks about hosting numerous live events and helping set up over 200 family offices for wealthy families. Richard emphasizes the lack of credible information on family offices and how he filled that gap by creating content and establishing himself as a thought leader in the industry. He also discusses his success in digital marketing, particularly on LinkedIn, where he has amassed 6 million followers. Richard addresses skeptics who doubt the effectiveness of digital marketing for the ultra-wealthy, highlighting that it has worked for him and his clients.Ultimate Shownote[00:04:41] Digital marketing works for billionaires.[00:06:17] Interviewing billionaires for valuable insights.[00:11:34] Slow motion train wreck economy.[00:14:26] Invest in diverse opportunities.[00:18:50] Curiosity and learning are key.Turn your unique talent into capital and achieve the life you were destined to live. Join our community! We believe that Capital is more than just Cash. In fact, Human Capital always comes first before the accumulation of Financial Capital. We explore the best, most efficient, high-integrity ways of raising capital (Human & Financial). We want our listeners to use their personal human capital to empower the growth of their financial capital. Together we are stronger. LinkedinFacebookApple Podcast
The driving forces propelling the Indian startup ecosystem forward all share a common thread—they are all People. Founders, investors, employees—all united working towards growth and success. At Matrix, we believe in putting our founders first, and now, we want to shine a spotlight on the talent and teams that move these visionaries forward. In the very first episode of "People First" by Matrix Moments, Avnish Bajaj and Rupali Sharma from Matrix Partners India, highlight the pivotal role of human capital teams in shaping successful ventures. The episode covers:
Guest post by Paolo Gallo, who is a recognised Global Expert in Professional and Personal Development, Human Capital, Future of Work, Leadership, and Energy Management, and an ICF-certified Executive Coach. He is the author of a new book called The 7 Games of Leadership. Do we need another book about Leadership? Really? That is a fair question when you get 2'870'000'000 results by Google "Leadership book.": Try it yourself, it is scaring. The point is that most leadership books are usually "framed" in Four categories. First one: what a Leader does (or should do); second: what makes a Leader, filled with personal attributes at times difficult to reconcile, such as "A Leader must have a long-term perspective while being able to run a profitable company every quarter." The third category is" How a Leader should operate", emphasizing tools and methodologies, and the last category last is the "hero" story: a Leader who, against all odds, has been able to "win". How to use the 7 Games of Leadership The 7 Games do not belong to any of these four categories; I am sorry to disappoint. But - wait - if it is not "that", what is "The 7 Games" about? Leadership is a journey of never-ending personal development, so the 7 Games explain and describe each phase (I call them Games) of your personal development, the necessary path to Leadership. Being a Leader it is neither a title nor a finishing lane. It is an inner meaningful journey of self-development, both personal and professional. To me, it is the most exciting journey of our lives. What do we mean by personal and professional development? How can we growth as people? What defines true success, a meaningful life? The 7 Games of Leadership: navigating the inner journey of Leaders focus on these powerful questions. After proving an overview of seven megatrends that are reshaping our lives, and the lives of our families, communities and countries, I emphasize the need to develop our contextual intelligence, how we connect the dots and our capacity to understand and master transformation without being derailed by frequent W.T.F. moments. We will then learn to play and understand the 7 Games, the sequential 7 phases of personal & professional development. Game 1: the Inner Game. The quest to fully understand why you are here, finding your true inner voice. What are you good at? Game 2: the Better Game: how can we improve, gain credibility and earn a reputation? Game 3: the Caring and Outer Game occurs when we grow as individuals and we care - responsibly - about others. We 'open the windows' by understanding the bigger picture, by developing contextual intelligence, the capacity to connect the dots, anticipate rather than react. See opportunities. Game 4: the Crisis Game. How can embrace the necessity of a mid-life crisis? How can we steer our life in the right direction? How can we effectively shape a meaningful life transition? We then move to discover the energy and rebirth of Game 5. Reinvent yourself, because of a conscious personal decision not generated by external life- quakes. Game 6 is igniting a Revolution, the joy of giving, being of service, and the ultimate sign of wisdom. Last comes Game 7: Letting Go: it's a process that starts with healing, losing, quitting and then letting go. It's the ultimate success, the supreme sign of fulfillment, is returning home, it's passing the torch with graciousness. We then focus on a powerful question: how can you increase your professional value? What is new leadership model that in the new context that is unfolding so rapidly in front of us? The closing will offers reflections but never conclusions. We will learn from ancient and yet so modern philosophies, the difference between ghosts and ancestors and how we move from something toxic to something else, meaningful and impactful, in many different ways. Navigating the inner journey to become a Leader starts from you. Now. More about Paolo Gallo Paolo Gallo is a recognized Global Expert in...
In this episode of Capital Hacking, host Josh McCallan is joined by renowned podcaster David Green, who is the host of the Bigger Pockets podcast and author of the book "Pillars of Wealth." Despite a technical glitch with the intro, the episode delves into the importance of wealth-building and the pillars that contribute to financial success. David Green's expertise and insights make for an informative and entertaining discussion on the topic. Don't miss this valuable episode!Ultimate Shownotes[00:03:09] Pillars of Wealth.[00:06:17] Anti putting in the work.[00:08:44] The pivotal role of restaurant experience.[00:10:07] Dependency in relationships.[00:13:58] Pouring passion into the restaurant.[00:16:26] Hustle and standing out.[00:19:43] The dignity of work.[00:23:39] Work and loving your spouse.[00:26:53] Saving money and valuing resources.[00:28:19] Being targeted and taken advantage of.[00:31:09] Principles of being wealthy.[00:34:02] Developing frame control skills.[00:38:47] Becoming the taco shop everyone wants to come to.[00:40:33] Pursuit of excellence.[00:44:39] Personal development and humility.[00:46:16] Relationships and personal development.[00:49:20] Money as a store of energy.[00:54:29] Evolutionary psychology in dating.[00:55:35] The meaning of wealth.[00:58:26] Stability of bar stools. Turn your unique talent into capital and achieve the life you were destined to live. Join our community! We believe that Capital is more than just Cash. In fact, Human Capital always comes first before the accumulation of Financial Capital. We explore the best, most efficient, high-integrity ways of raising capital (Human & Financial). We want our listeners to use their personal human capital to empower the growth of their financial capital. Together we are stronger. LinkedinFacebookApple Podcast
Jeff brings the topic of employee retention to Human Capital, with professional speaker and best-selling author Joey Coleman. Jeff and Joey discuss his latest book, "Never Lose a Customer Again". Joey shares his motivation behind the book, based on two decades of customer experience. He explains the critical connection between exceptional customer experiences (CX), and the need for remarkable employee experiences (EX) for employees to deliver them. They delve into the challenge of bridging the gap between CX and EX, asserting that organizations often treat them as disparate entities. Joey calls on his eclectic background, as an attorney defending "alleged" criminals, selling custom research to Fortune 500 executives, racing along the Great Wall, juggling in front of the Taj Mahal, and working in the CIA and White House. Joey is a professional speaker and has given thousands of speeches all over the world, traveling to 51 countries (and counting). Never Lose an Employee Again
In this episode of Capital Hacking, hosts Josh McCallum and John Edwin interview Ozzy Boids, a renowned Instagrammer known for his exotic snake breeding business. Ozzy, the "X man of mutant, beautiful ball Python snakes," shares his journey of transitioning from a high-paying corporate job to a successful snake breeding business. Discover how Ozzy's passion for snakes turned into a lucrative venture, earning him more money than his previous job. Tune in to learn about the fascinating world of designer snakes and the unexpected opportunities it presents.Ultimate Shownote[00:01:26] Exotic Snake Breeding.[00:04:01] Ball python snakes.[00:09:24] Discovering the world of breeding.[00:12:18] Getting into genetics early.[00:15:47] Riding the downward market.[00:20:43] Number of snakes in basement.[00:24:14] The orange dream mutation.[00:28:41] Ozzy Boids and his snakes.#realestateinvesting #hospitalityrealestateinvestments #hotelandresortinvesting #realestatepodcast #realestate #hospitality Turn your unique talent into capital and achieve the life you were destined to live. Join our community! We believe that Capital is more than just Cash. In fact, Human Capital always comes first before the accumulation of Financial Capital. We explore the best, most efficient, high-integrity ways of raising capital (Human & Financial). We want our listeners to use their personal human capital to empower the growth of their financial capital. Together we are stronger. LinkedinFacebookApple Podcast
Join us for this REAL TidBits episode as we uncover the untapped potential of Human Capital and how it can transform your business. In the world of business, human capital is akin to the heart and soul of an organization. While real estate assets undoubtedly play a critical role in a company's financial health, the hidden gem that truly fuels a thriving enterprise is its human capital. We unveil the intriguing dynamics of our human resources that breathe life into a company's vision and mission and appreciating the workforce that propels businesses toward success. When leaders relinquish control and focus on guiding and supporting their team, it creates a more cohesive and goal-driven workplace where innovation and productivity flourish. Trust in the team's abilities is essential, and it creates a win-win scenario, benefiting both the company and its dedicated team members. It would be remiss if we didn't address the essential, but sometimes difficult, art of being accountable for high integrity, behavior and attitudes. When individuals take responsibility for their actions and interactions, they contribute to a more harmonious and respectful work environment. This accountability not only enhances personal and professional growth but also builds trust among colleagues. By embracing these principles, we unlock the true potential of our human capital workforce, nurturing an environment where everyone works collectively and harmoniously with the best interests of the company's goals and success. If you're interested in investing with First Lien Capital please connect with me at email@example.com or go to firstliencapital.com and press the INVEST button to be contacted by our team. If there's a specific topic you'd like me to cover in our REAL TidBits series or a guest you'd like to recommend for an interview, please share with us via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.To learn more, visit:https://billbymel.com/Listen to more episodes on Mission Matters:https://missionmatters.com/author/bill-bymel/
Ever wonder why somebody completely disrupts themselves or changes direction even if they were successful in what they'd previously been doing? We see that happen everywhere from sports to entertainment to the world of business. This phenomenon of “personal disruption” is the specialty of Whitney Johnson, CEO of the Human Capital Consultancy Disruption Advisors. Having worked with Clay Christiansen, Whitney took his concept of product disruption and applied it to people. In this episode, you're going to learn how we can actually disrupt ourselves and what that experience looks like for the individual. In the constantly evolving professional sales space, we need to be constantly changing and developing, so this conversation is deeply relevant to our space. Tune in!
Last night was a short meeting beginning with the Superintendent's Report, in which Superintendent Skipper addressed the news earlier this week that nine members of the School Committee's English Learners (EL) Task Force resigned in response to the BPS inclusion plan presented at the last meeting. The plan called for full inclusion of multilingual learners and students with disabilities into general education classrooms, but it did not include information about budget, professional development, or teacher recruitment, nor did it address support for increased bilingual education programs in which multilingual learners learn core subjects in their native languages while learning English. This led Task Force members – who represent the leading minds in multilingual learning across Boston – to resign their seats while continuing to advocate for a better path forward. Superintendent Skipper doubled down on the district's proposed inclusion plan, which is awaiting feedback from the State Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE). The Superintendent then discussed a memo released by BPS as the meeting was beginning on the new exam school admissions policy – outlining the 2021 process that led to the new policy, data from the first full year of implementation, and recommendations for further study. (For a full recap of the 2021 exam school process, check out yesterday's special episode of “Last Night at School Committee.”) The memo highlighted outcome disparities among students who received bonus points despite not being economically disadvantaged and students who are economically disadvantaged but did not receive bonus points, calling into question whether the bonus points are necessary or are accomplishing their intended goal. Among the recommendations in the memo is further consideration of allocating these points to individuals rather than whole schools, a change that has been recommended by School Committee member Brandon Cardet-Hernandez. The only report of the night was a presentation from the Office of Human Capital – an annual update on hiring and workforce diversity. This presentation mirrored the presentation that is given every year at this time, and it lacked key data on teacher performance, evaluation, metrics, or goals. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In this episode of Capital Hacking, host Josh and John Edwin interview Chad Gallagher, who shares valuable insights on real estate investing. Chad emphasizes the importance of getting educated and attending networking events to meet potential partners and mentors. The discussion covers the current state of real estate investing, effective negotiation strategies, and how to navigate high interest rates in the mortgage market. This is Chad's third appearance on the show, showcasing his expertise and success in the industry. Don't miss this episode filled with valuable information for both new and experienced real estate investors.Ultimate Shownote[00:01:20] The state of real estate investing.[00:04:05] Investing in real estate.[00:09:09] Investing and like-minded people.[00:13:16] Making events welcoming for all.[00:15:30] Entrepreneurism and shifting mindset.[00:21:14] The biggest real estate deal.[00:23:49] Investing for the long-term.[00:26:57] Legacy asset investing.[00:30:11] Understanding and achieving goals.[00:34:28] Trusted vendors in real estate.[00:38:09] Trusted and vetted people. Turn your unique talent into capital and achieve the life you were destined to live. Join our community! We believe that Capital is more than just Cash. In fact, Human Capital always comes first before the accumulation of Financial Capital. We explore the best, most efficient, high-integrity ways of raising capital (Human & Financial). We want our listeners to use their personal human capital to empower the growth of their financial capital. Together we are stronger. LinkedinFacebookApple Podcast
Kamil opens up about his upbringing in Poland during the transition from communism to capitalism and the challenges his family faced during that time. He shares the lessons he learned from those experiences and how they influenced his journey as an entrepreneur. Kamil also discusses his strategy of buying existing businesses for cash flow and provides insights into his approach. The episode offers a unique perspective on the switch to capitalism in Poland and the power of resilience and determination in business. Kamil's story is a testament to the resilience and the pursuit of the American dream. Don't miss this raw and vulnerable interview.Ultimate Shownote[00:01:32] The switch to capitalism in Poland. [00:06:10] Overcoming overwhelming fear.[00:09:40] Setting the stage for success. [00:13:10] A moment of frustration. [00:18:09] 10x net worth growth. [00:21:37] Higher level multiples. [00:24:07] The universe provides. [00:27:37] Visualization and affirmations. [00:32:14] Dissecting the business culture. [00:35:13] Growth in acquiring smaller businesses. [00:40:36] Best places to travel. [00:42:53] Sharing and spreading the love.Turn your unique talent into capital and achieve the life you were destined to live. Join our community! We believe that Capital is more than just Cash. In fact, Human Capital always comes first before the accumulation of Financial Capital. We explore the best, most efficient, high-integrity ways of raising capital (Human & Financial). We want our listeners to use their personal human capital to empower the growth of their financial capital. Together we are stronger. LinkedinFacebookApple Podcast
Hey everyone! Jeff here, and I am thrilled to announce the release of our latest episode of the Jaded Mechanic podcast. This one is a real gem, filled with thought-provoking insights and reflections on the joys and challenges of a career in automotive repair.
This podcast features an interview with Matt Amabile, a young real estate investor who achieved financial freedom at the age of 26. After graduating from college and struggling to make ends meet, Matt took control of his financial situation by diving into personal finance books and focusing on real estate. He started by house hacking, buying a four-unit property, and renting out three units while living in one. This experience showed him the power of cash flow and the potential of real estate. Matt then went on to buy more properties, bringing in partners and capital to fund his deals. He eventually transitioned to the commercial space of real estate, where he continues to grow his portfolio. Despite not having much money starting out, Matt found ways to make it work by leveraging partnerships and resources. He now enjoys a comfortable lifestyle, with his monthly cash flow covering his expenses and allowing him to travel. He plans to pursue bigger and better opportunities in the future.Turn your unique talent into capital and achieve the life you were destined to live. Join our community! We believe that Capital is more than just Cash. In fact, Human Capital always comes first before the accumulation of Financial Capital. We explore the best, most efficient, high-integrity ways of raising capital (Human & Financial). We want our listeners to use their personal human capital to empower the growth of their financial capital. Together we are stronger. LinkedinFacebookApple Podcast
In this episode, we are thrilled to sit down with Robb Lifferth, a seasoned Human Resources executive whose vast career has spanned both domestic and international corporate landscapes. Lifferth has an impressive track record, having played instrumental roles in various companies, guiding HR operations, and instituting critical process improvements. At the core of Robb's career is his aptitude for dissecting current HR policies and identifying areas ripe for renovation. He is adept at leading cross-functional global teams, which include talent acquisition professionals, recruiters, and contingent workers. As an HR consultant, Lifferth's expertise has been a game-changer for several companies, helping them revitalize their HR departments, mend management-personnel relationships, and even earn accolades. Notably, under his strategic leadership, Alliance Health was named among the "Best Companies to Work For" in 2016. Lifferth's career journey includes significant tenures at IsoTalent, where he currently serves as the Vice President of Business Development, and at TechBuzz.News, a platform he co-founded to bring the latest in tech news and jobs to Utah's vibrant tech community. As the VP of Human Capital at Alta Global Ventures, he tackled issues plaguing tech companies and restructured recruiting models to benefit startups. His consultancy role at Mountain Talent had him work with several esteemed clients, overhauling recruiting processes and ensuring HR compliance. At UpWell Health, Lifferth championed several initiatives, from streamlining recruiting to launching new training programs. His time at Fusion-io was marked by major achievements like spearheading the development of Jobvite, the company's first Applicant Tracking System, and navigating the challenges of an IPO transition. Over the years, Lifferth has honed his skills in various capacities, from HR Director at Fusion-io to HR Manager & Safety Manager at Intertape Polymer Group, always leaving an indelible mark with his tech-savviness, strategic communications, and dedication to confidentiality. Join us as we delve deep into the experiences, lessons, and insights from Robb Lifferth's illustrious HR journey, revealing the intricate dynamics of managing HR operations at the highest levels. Learn more here: https://IsoTalent.com
The podcast episode features an interview with Josh McCallan, where he shares his background and story. He grew up in Norristown, Pennsylvania, in a poor family. His parents divorced when he was young, and his mother suffered a stroke at the age of 27, leaving her disabled. They struggled financially and relied on welfare. Despite these challenges, Josh developed a strong work ethic and worked various jobs, including being a paperboy and later in hospitality. He eventually earned a college degree in theology, history, economics, and high school teaching.Turn your unique talent into capital and achieve the life you were destined to live. Join our community! We believe that Capital is more than just Cash. In fact, Human Capital always comes first before the accumulation of Financial Capital. We explore the best, most efficient, high-integrity ways of raising capital (Human & Financial). We want our listeners to use their personal human capital to empower the growth of their financial capital. Together we are stronger. LinkedinFacebookApple Podcast
In this podcast episode, Dr. Jonathan H. Westover talks with Robb Wilson about what human capital focused leaders are missing when it comes to AI and hyperautomation. Robb Wilson (https://www.linkedin.com/in/invisiblemachines/) is a Wall Street Journal best selling author of one of the few technology books that's a best seller in the business category and is the visionary behind OneReach.ai, the highest-scoring company in Gartner's first Critical Capabilities for Enterprise Conversational AI Platforms report. Robb has spent more than two decades applying his deep understanding of user-centric design to unlocking hyperautomation. In that time he built UX Magazine into the world's largest experience design publication while simultaneously creating Effective UI, a full-service UX firm that competed with IDEO and Frog Design. In addition to launching 15 startups and collecting over 130 awards across the fields of design and technology, Robb has held executive roles at several publicly traded companies and mentored colleagues who went on to leadership roles at Amazon Alexa, Google, Ogilvy, GE, Salesforce, Instagram, LinkedIn, Disney, Microsoft, Mastercard, and Boeing. Check out all of the podcasts in the HCI Podcast Network! Check out the HCI Academy: Courses, Micro-Credentials, and Certificates to Upskill and Reskill for the Future of Work! Check out the LinkedIn Alchemizing Human Capital Newsletter. Check out Dr. Westover's book, The Future Leader. Check out Dr. Westover's book, 'Bluer than Indigo' Leadership. Check out Dr. Westover's book, The Alchemy of Truly Remarkable Leadership. Check out the latest issue of the Human Capital Leadership magazine. Each HCI Podcast episode (Program, ID No. 627454) has been approved for 0.50 HR (General) recertification credit hours toward aPHR™, aPHRi™, PHR®, PHRca®, SPHR®, GPHR®, PHRi™ and SPHRi™ recertification through HR Certification Institute® (HRCI®). Each HCI Podcast episode (Program ID: 24-DP529) has been approved for 0.50 HR (General) SHRM Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCPHR recertification through SHRM, as part of the knowledge and competency programs related to the SHRM Body of Applied Skills and Knowledge™ (the SHRM BASK™). Human Capital Innovations has been pre-approved by the ATD Certification Institute to offer educational programs that can be used towards initial eligibility and recertification of the Certified Professional in Talent Development (CPTD) and Associate Professional in Talent Development (APTD) credentials. Each HCI Podcast episode qualifies for a maximum of 0.50 points.
This week, we're focusing on three recent Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) charges against employers for violating whistleblower protection laws and how all employers should take extra steps to ensure compliance in their separation agreements. Recent charges issued by the SEC represent a dramatic change in the enforcement of whistleblower protections. Epstein Becker Green attorney Greg Keating explains how this can impact all employers, both public and private, and should encourage them to take a closer look at their existing separation agreements. Visit our site for this week's Other Highlights and links: https://www.ebglaw.com/eltw318 Subscribe to #WorkforceWednesday: https://www.ebglaw.com/subscribe/ Visit http://www.EmploymentLawThisWeek.com This podcast is presented by Epstein Becker & Green, P.C. All rights are reserved. This audio recording includes information about legal issues and legal developments. Such materials are for informational purposes only and may not reflect the most current legal developments. These informational materials are not intended, and should not be taken, as legal advice on any particular set of facts or circumstances, and these materials are not a substitute for the advice of competent counsel. The content reflects the personal views and opinions of the participants. No attorney-client relationship has been created by this audio recording. This audio recording may be considered attorney advertising in some jurisdictions under the applicable law and ethical rules. The determination of the need for legal services and the choice of a lawyer are extremely important decisions and should not be based solely upon advertisements or self-proclaimed expertise. No representation is made that the quality of the legal services to be performed is greater than the quality of legal services performed by other lawyers.
Exhaustion on the front lines. A dire shortage of health care workers. New technologies that change and disrupt. These are a few of the challenges faced by one of the largest health care providers in the US before, during, and after the pandemic. In this episode of CEO Perspectives, Jennifer Berres, Senior Vice-President and Chief Human Resources Officer at HCA Healthcare, joins Rebecca Ray, Emeritus Human Capital Center Leader at The Conference Board, to discuss HCA's dynamic human capital journey and how innovations and technology have enabled greater support for caregivers. Tune in to discover: · How did technology and AI deliver not only automation but also free up staff to maximize patient-centered care? · What direct investments and partnerships for training did HCA develop to become the largest provider of RNs in the nation? · How did the organization address burnout during the pandemic? For more Trusted Insights for What's Ahead: · Read The Reimagined Workplace 2023: Striking a Delicate Balance · Attend Winning in the New AI Landscape
Join us on Capital Hacking as we explore the extraordinary journey of James Stewart, a successful pawnshop owner turned breathwork and cold exposure advocate. We kick things off with captivating stories from the pawnshop world, unveiling the bizarre items people pawn and the role of technology in authenticating valuables. But the real adventure begins when we delve into the profound impact of breathwork and cold exposure on our lives. James shares the science behind these practices, even guiding you through a simplified Wim Hof breathing technique. Discover the secrets to unlocking your body's potential and boosting your well-being in this transformative episode.Key Points:1. **Pawn Shop Operations:** James explained how pawn shops operate, emphasizing that pawn shops are primarily in the business of providing collateralized loans. They assess the value of items customers bring in, offer loans based on those items, and give customers a specified period to repay the loan with interest. If the customer doesn't repay, the pawn shop can sell the item. The business varies depending on the types of items, their market demand, and state regulations.2. **Breathwork:** James discussed his journey into breathwork, including the influence of attending events by figures like Wayne Dyer and Joe Dispenza. He shared that breathwork, especially the Wim Hof Method, played a significant role in changing his life. He described how the Wim Hof Method involves intense, controlled breathing techniques followed by breath holds. This practice can shift the nervous system from a sympathetic state (fight or flight) to a parasympathetic state (rest and digest). The method can improve focus, reduce stress, and even influence metabolism through the activation of brown fat.3. **Cold Exposure:** James touched on the benefits of cold exposure, which is often combined with breathwork in the Wim Hof Method. Exposure to cold water can lead to a rush of adrenaline and noradrenaline, improving focus and resilience. It also activates brown fat, leading to increased energy expenditure and fat burning.4. **Transformative Access:** James described breathwork as a transformative access point. The conscious practice of controlling one's breath can impact various aspects of life, from managing stress to enhancing focus and overall well-being. By harnessing the power of breath, individuals can gain better control over their physiological responses and potentially transform their lives.Quotables:- "Breathwork is like exercise. The way you breathe can affect your physical and mental state profoundly."- "Every time you're taking a breath, the direction of your breath, the depth of the breath, pace of your breath, and whether you're using your nose or your mouth, can all influence your physiology and how you approach the world around you."About James StewartJames was born and raised in Australia, was fortunate to travel extensiveTurn your unique talent into capital and achieve the life you were destined to live. Join our community! We believe that Capital is more than just Cash. In fact, Human Capital always comes first before the accumulation of Financial Capital. We explore the best, most efficient, high-integrity ways of raising capital (Human & Financial). We want our listeners to use their personal human capital to empower the growth of their financial capital. Together we are stronger. LinkedinFacebookApple Podcast
In this episode, I chat with Paul Breloff, co-founder of Shortlist, about the pivotal role of human capital in Africa's economic trajectory. Shortlist provides executive search services and work force development for leading startups and impact organizations in Africa. Here's a snapshot of our conversation: 1️⃣ The Power of People: While big ideas capture attention, it's the individuals behind them that truly make a difference. Discover how Shortlist is addressing the challenges of finding and developing the right talent in Africa. 2️⃣ Why Africa? Paul's journey from a small town in Western New York to working extensively in India and Africa offers a unique perspective on the booming startup and innovation economy in the continent. 3️⃣ Challenges & Opportunities: From data problems to experience gaps, Paul discusses the unique talent dynamics in Africa. He emphasizes the importance of hands-on approaches and the need for on-the-job training for young professionals. 4️⃣ Impact Organizations: Learn about businesses that address significant social problems while working with markets. Paul shares his experiences with companies that focus on renewable power, green growth, and more. Let's keep Emerging Markets Today ad-free: Help us by donating any amount via Ko-fi https://ko-fi.com/apicasso. Check out emergingmarkets.today Follow us on Twitter @todayemerging
Is freelancing suitable for you? Are you unsure of what you are great at and need help? Kiera H is here to share her experiences and how we should put our portfolio together in order to show our potential clients what we have done and "Sell" ourselves as suitable handlers for the job. To Contact Kiera H: www.PhreshPhactory.com For My Book: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09CC7F6VF?ref_=pe_3052080_397514860
In this episode, we connect with Christos A. Makridis, a Research Assistant Professor at the W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University. In addition to his work at Arizona State, Christos is a Digital Fellow at MIT IDE, a Non-resident Fellow at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University, and a Non-resident Fellow at the Institute for Religious Studies at Baylor University. Christos works closely with both the business and academic sectors. He is the CEO and co-founder of Dainami and the CTO and co-founder of Living Opera – two startups at the cutting edge of new technology. His academic interests are vast, centering around labor economics, the digital economy, and personal finance and well-being… Join us now to learn about: How to use data to tell a story and inform others. The connection between remote work and job satisfaction. How religious freedom and property rights can contribute to human flourishing. What “hybrid work” is, and what makes it beneficial to employees. You can find more on Christos and his work by visiting his website! Episode also available on Apple Podcasts: http://apple.co/30PvU9C
This episode featuring Josh McCallen and John Edwin explores various facets of the real estate industry and entrepreneurial strategies. In this particular episode, they host Gary Jonas from the How Group, who discusses the upsides and downsides of real estate investments, offering insights into the current state of the economy and his predictions for the market. Gary Jonas shares his journey from the mortgage business to real estate development and property management, highlighting how he transitioned to multi-family properties and leveraged market timing. He also introduces a unique concept of setting aside 5% of rent payments to help tenants save for homeownership. The podcast delves into innovative strategies and creative financing options for thriving in challenging real estate markets, while also touching on macroeconomic factors like interest rates. Overall, the episode provides valuable insights and strategies for both seasoned real estate professionals and newcomers looking to navigate the industry's complexities.Gary Jonas Jr., President / Principal, HOW Acquisitionswww.howgroup.com A graduate of LaSalle University, Mr. Jonas began his career in real estate by learning the mortgage business, while refining the art of structuring a win-win deal. Mr. Jonas joined forces with two colleagues to establish Advanced Mortgage Concepts, where he served as president for 10 years. While overseeing the activities and growth of Advanced Mortgage Concepts, Mr. Jonas began a quest to revitalize blighted properties in the city of Philadelphia - where he was born, bred, and educated. This venture rapidly grew into The HOW Group, a highly respected real estate firm that focuses primarily on urban real estate development, construction, property management, real estate sales and lending. As President of The HOW Group, Mr. Jonas focuses primarily on the acquisitions and development activities; and hires top-notch personnel partners to handle the operations of the other divisions. The HOW Group currently owns and manages 1,000 units in the Philadelphia region.Active in the community, Mr. Jonas gives back to the industry and city in which he lives and works. Mr. Jonas serves on the Board of the Building Industry Association of Philadelphia as its current president. He sits on the governing board of Big Brothers Big Sisters Independence region where he chairs their program committee. He is the President of The Drexel Area Property Association RCO (DAPA). Finally, and most importantly he is the Vice President of How Charities a local nonprofit that focuses on helping single family households become homeowners. Homes are purchased, gutted, and remodeled and then sold at below market value to families who are trying to break the cycle of poverty.Turn your unique talent into capital and achieve the life you were destined to live. Join our community! We believe that Capital is more than just Cash. In fact, Human Capital always comes first before the accumulation of Financial Capital. We explore the best, most efficient, high-integrity ways of raising capital (Human & Financial). We want our listeners to use their personal human capital to empower the growth of their financial capital. Together we are stronger. LinkedinFacebookApple Podcast
This week we interviewed Ann Hatcher. Ann is a Senior Consultant at Thrivence, based in Nashville, with more than 25 years' experience in all areas of human capital. Prior to joining Thrivence in 2022, Ann was the Chief HR Officer role at Wellpath, a $2B private-equity backed healthcare company contracting with state and local governments. At Wellpath, Ann built a scalable HR function to support company growth. Prior to Wellpath, Ann held multiple VP roles at HCA Healthcare, one of the nation's largest publicly traded hospital companies. Ann received a bachelor's degree in economics from Washington & Lee University and Master of Business Administration from Belmont University. She serves on the board of the Urban League of Middle TN. She serves as Adjunct Faculty at Vanderbilt University's Master of Leadership and Organizational Performance. Ann and her husband Scott reside in Nashville, where they are cheering on their recent college graduate son Joseph.
Businesses face multiple challenges during a crisis. What if your headquarters were the point of impact, and you were responsible for critical infrastructure in the region? This was the situation Mary Lee Hannell, Chief of Human Capital for the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, found herself in during and after the attack on the World Trade Center on 9/11. In this bonus episode of CEO Perspectives, Hannell joins Rebecca Ray, Leader of the Human Capital Center of The Conference Board, to discuss how Hannell provided leadership in the wake of the crisis—and why a human-centric approach helped keep the organization moving forward. Tune in to find out how to: · Keep an organization and business moving through a crisis · Support employee mental health in the wake of a tragedy · Move beyond a crisis to become more resilient For more Trusted Insights for What's Ahead™: · Visit: Our Well-Being at Work hub · Read: Managerial Support for Well-Being and Mental Health
This week, we're highlighting the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission's (EEOC's) EEO-1 component 1 submission deadline, the EEOC and Department of Labor's (DOL's) new agency partnership, and recent settlements from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) reminding employers to review their separation agreements. Visit our site for this week's Other Highlights and links: https://www.ebglaw.com/eltw316 Subscribe to #WorkforceWednesday: https://www.ebglaw.com/subscribe/ Visit http://www.EmploymentLawThisWeek.com This podcast is presented by Epstein Becker & Green, P.C. All rights are reserved. This audio recording includes information about legal issues and legal developments. Such materials are for informational purposes only and may not reflect the most current legal developments. These informational materials are not intended, and should not be taken, as legal advice on any particular set of facts or circumstances, and these materials are not a substitute for the advice of competent counsel. The content reflects the personal views and opinions of the participants. No attorney-client relationship has been created by this audio recording. This audio recording may be considered attorney advertising in some jurisdictions under the applicable law and ethical rules. The determination of the need for legal services and the choice of a lawyer are extremely important decisions and should not be based solely upon advertisements or self-proclaimed expertise. No representation is made that the quality of the legal services to be performed is greater than the quality of legal services performed by other lawyers.
Ahora sí... ¡estamos a nada de terminar la temporada 3 de Talento 4D! Dejamos este episodio casi por terminar la serie "Tu departamento de RH desde cero" porque -sin duda- entre las herramientas de desarrollo de talento más poderosas están el Coaching y el Montoring. Sin embargo, con frecuencia estos conceptos se prestan a confusión. Es increíble cómo los describimos a ambos como si fueran lo mismo, cuando la naturaleza de cada herramienta y sus objetivos son totalmente distintos. Un Coach se prepara, estudia, aprende una -o varias- metodología(s) para ayudar a alguien más a establecer un plan de metas con enfoque en el presente y el futuro; mientras que el Mentor tiene la mejor herramienta y moneda de intercambio en su experiencia profesional, con todo y los fracasos; su enfoqueestá en el presente y el pasado. El coach sigue un proceso, el mentor pone en la mesa su intuición y trayectoria previa. En este episodio exploramos las ventajas de cada herramienta para identificar cuándo es más conveniente utilizar una u otra, sin que resulten mutuamente excluyentes. Incluso, la misma persona podría brindar Coaching y Mentoring a diferentes personas; y otra persona podría recibir Coaching y Mentoring de diferentes profesionales; y todo esto es posible. Solamente es importante tener claro el enfoque y el objetivo de cada proceso. Si necesitas apoyo para establecer un plan de metas y seguimiento para dar tu próximo brinco profesional, con mucho gusto puedo apoyarte con un programa de Coaching Ejecutivo. Si lo que necesitas son consejos sobre cómo mejorar tu CV, desenvolverte en entrevistas profesionales en tu idioma nativo o en inglés, así como ideas para transmitir mejor tu experiencia laborall, con mucho gusto puedo brindarte sesiones de Mentoría Profesional. No dudes en escribir a la línea de WhatsApp que se encuentra en nuestra página web: www.talento4d.com o al correo email@example.com También nos encuentras en redes sociales: Busca @Talento4D en FB, TW, IG y LI.
Is it possible for companies to take a stand on controversial social issues without starting a war with consumers and their own employees? Justin and Lance are joined by Robin Erickson, VP of Human Capital at The Conference Board, to discuss how companies are addressing this issue. tags: tsou, justin weller, lance jackson, robin erickson, work, business, company, leadership, social, culture
If you were dealing with personal challenges, such as a special needs child or being caretaker of an aging parent, would you feel comfortable sharing them with your boss? Andrea Grant had both situations, and her answer was a resounding NO. In this conversation, you'll find out why and how her life experiences led to the work she's doing today. Andrea leads the growth and expansion efforts for the Human Capital division of FutureSense. She partners with organizations to design and execute critical business and HR programs that identify and leverage talent within underrepresented groups. Andrea is also a devoted special needs parent and was the caregiver to her disabled veteran father. Giving back to others is at the core of her being. You'll discover: Why Andrea didn't share with anyone in her workplace the personal challenges she was going throughWhat leaders can do to encourage someone to open up about difficult situations they may be dealing with in their personal lives5 areas that FutureSense's Inclusion Services can add value to clientsSpecific, practical actions organizations can take to implement DEIB practicesThe practical reasons why organizations should care about DEIBCheck out all the episodesLeave a review on Apple PodcastsConnect with Meredith on LinkedInFollow Meredith on TwitterDownload the free ebook Listen Like a Pro
In this episode of Building Biotechs: A Podcast by Recruitomics Consulting, we're joined by Kevin E. Johnson, Human Capital Professional. Together, we delve into his views of the biotech industry from a HR and Human Capital perspective, highlighting the need for effective and open communication across all areas of the industry.
Over the past several months tens of thousands of workers– from Hollywood writers and actors, hotel workers, drivers and now auto workers – have organized job actions in an effort to demand higher pay and improved benefits and working conditions. According to reports, more than 300,000 workers walked off their jobs, earning the movement the name “hot strike summer.” Dr. Rouen is an associate professor of business administration at Harvard Business School. We discuss how the summer of strikes may help further define the current debate around human capital disclosure. Join FEI (https://www.financialexecutives.org/Become-a-Member.aspx) Special Guest: Ethan Rouen.
Host Jeff Bernier, CFP®, ChFC, CFS welcomes guest Wes Crill, Senior Investment Director and Vice President, Dimensional Fund Advisors, to The Money & Meaning Show podcast! In this episode, Wes and Jeff dive deep into the world of investments! They cover a wide range of topics, including:
Charlie discusses how Broad River Retail shifted from the Human Resources mindset into a Human Capital mindset, enabling the career paths for everyone. Charlie deep dives into the history of career paths within the sales department, and outlines the potential of that role. This episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/OfTJNmMoHyM We hope you enjoy this episode, and subscribe to our podcast for a new story each week. Visit https://www.storiesfromtheriver.com for more episodes.
Elisa Jácome talks about how access to mental health care affects criminal behavior. This episode was first posted in November 2021. “Mental Health and Criminal Involvement: Evidence from Losing Medicaid Eligibility” by Elisa Jácome. OTHER RESEARCH WE DISCUSS IN THIS EPISODE: “Homeward: Life in the Year After Prison” by Bruce Western. “Thinking, Fast and Slow? Some Field Experiments to Reduce Crime and Dropout in Chicago” by Sara B. Heller, Anuj K. Shah, Jonathan Guryan, Jens Ludwig, Sendhil Mullainathan, and Harold A. Pollack. ”Youth depression and future criminal behavior” by D. Mark Anderson, Resul Cesur, and Erdal Tekin. “Substance Abuse Treatment Centers and Local Crime” by Samuel R. Bondurant, Jason M. Lindo, and Isaac D. Swensen. ”The FDA and ABCs Unintended Consequences of Antidepressant Warnings on Human Capital” by Susan Busch, Ezra Golberstein, and Ellen Meara. ”Consequences of Eliminating Federal Disability Benefits for Substance Abusers” by Pinka Chatterji and EllenMeara. ”Long-Term Consequences of Childhood ADHD on Criminal Activities” by Jason Fletcher and Barbara Wolfe. “A Cure for Crime? Psycho-Pharmaceuticals and Crime Trends” by Dave E. Marcotte,Sara Markowitz. ”Psychiatric Disorders in Youth in Juvenile Detention” by Linda A. Teplin, Karen M. Abram, Gary M. McClelland, Mina K. Dulcan, and Amy A. Mericle. ”Access to Health Care and Criminal Behavior: Short-Run Evidence from the ACA Medicaid Expansions” by Jacob Vogler. ”The effect of medicaid expansion on crime reduction: Evidence from hifa-waiver expansions” by Hefei Wen, Jason M. Hockenberry, Janet R. Cummings. ”The Effect of Public Health Insurance on Criminal Recidivism” by Erkmen Giray Aslim, Murat C. Mungan, Carlos Navarro, and Han Yu. ”The effect of health insurance on crime: Evidence from the affordable care act medicaid expansion” by Qiwei He and Scott Barkowski. “Local access to mental healthcare and crime” by Monica Deza, Johanna Catherine Maclean, and Keisha T. Solomon. “The Impact of Youth Medicaid Eligibility on Adult Incarceration” by Samuel Arenberg, Seth Neller, and Sam Stripling. “The Health Effects of Prison” by Randi Hjalmarsson and Matthew Lindquist. Probable Causation Episode 41: Matthew Lindquist.
In this episode of Building Scale, we dive into being a Certified B Corp in the construction space with Graham Steers, the President of Melton Design Build. Graham shares his insights on everything that creates a great culture and we discover why Melton Design Build became a Certified B Corp. We explore the importance of accountability to environmental and community standards. Graham also discusses the challenges of the construction industry and how transparency and education can foster a sense of ownership among employees. As a Certified B Corp, Melton Design Build leverages its values in its marketing and sales process. Learn more about their investment in technology that aligns with their core ethos. Tune in to this episode to gain valuable insights on scaling a business. Don't forget to share this episode with your friends and colleagues to help us reach even more people! - Importance of becoming a B Corp for Melton Design Build - Balancing profitability and B Corp principles - Incorporating B Corp values into marketing and sales - Leveraging technology aligned with core ethos - Awareness of cybersecurity in the construction industry - Advice for the past: Have more fun and don't take things too seriously - Three pillars of scaling business: people, process, and technology Connect with Graham - Website: https://meltondesignbuild.com/ Phone: 303.473.9542 LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/graham-steers-54a7b157/ Connect with Justin & Will -Will's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/willforet/Justin's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/justneagle/Learn More & Connect With Spot Migration - Website: https://www.spotmigration.comLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/spot-migrationFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/spotmigrationYoutube: https://www.youtube.com/c/Spotmigration Do you want to be a guest on the show? Go to https://buildingscale.net/guestsNeed to discuss your IT and Cybersecurity Strategy? Go to https://buildingscale.net/help
Miguel Armaza sits down with Michael Tannenbaum, COO at Brex, a $12 billion global spend platform for finance teams and founders to manage every aspect of global spend.Launched in 2017 Brex was last valued at $12B in January 2022 and has raised over a billion dollars from YC, Ribbit, Human Capital, GFC, DST, Dragoneer, TCV, and a very long list of fintech investors.In this episode, we discuss:The implications of a high-interest rate environment for tech and fintechMichael's time at SoFi and what he learned about promoting talent from withinReflections from the early days at Brex and what he describes as his favorite role at the companyThe future of Brex, bidding for SVB's credit card portfolio… and a lot more!Want more podcast episodes? Join me and follow Fintech Leaders today on Apple, Spotify, or your favorite podcast app for weekly conversations with today's global leaders that will dominate the 21st century in fintech, business, and beyond.Do you prefer a written summary, instead? Check out the Fintech Leaders newsletter and join almost 60,000 readers and listeners worldwide!Miguel Armaza is Co-Founder and General Partner of Gilgamesh Ventures, a seed-stage investment fund focused on fintech in the Americas. He also hosts and writes the Fintech Leaders podcast and newsletter.Miguel on LinkedIn: https://bit.ly/3nKha4ZMiguel on Twitter: https://bit.ly/2Jb5oBcFintech Leaders Newsletter: bit.ly/3jWIpqp
In this episode of the Human Capital podcast, Jeff welcomes a special guest from Australia, Cassandra Goodman, who introduces her latest book titled "Being True." What makes Cassie stand out is her wealth of experience in the business world and her extensive time as a senior executive and an external consultant. She has made a significant impact on renowned companies like GE, Adobe, and Mastercard, but what really sets Cassie apart is her mission to help leaders embrace their authentic selves, quirks and all. She's not just a fountain of innovative ideas, but also a fantastic role model for genuine self-expression. During their conversation, Jeff and Cassie dive into the intriguing concept of "True Leadership." They chat about how this approach requires us to let go of the traditional norms of leadership we're accustomed to. They dig deep into the significance of getting back in touch with our inner essence, understanding the different aspects of ourselves, and how being true to who we are can profoundly enhance our leadership with empathy and effectiveness. Cassie calls upon the well known therapeudic modality of Internal Family Systems (IFS), founded by Dr. Richard C. Schwartz, Ph.D. and leverages this to boast healthier "internal" and "external" leadership.
This week on the KORE Women podcast, Dr. Summer Watson welcomes Anja Zibert, who is the Founder of Free Spirit Human Capital, an HR Disruptor, Tribe Magician, HR Inspirator, Intuitive Career Empowerer, and Team Heart Intelligence Facilitator! As a certified Activating the Heart of Teams Trainer, Anja firmly believes "that our past experiences do not define us; what defines us is who we are now and what we believe we can become in the future." Anja founded Free Spirit Human Capital "to empower HR professionals, teams, and job seekers by combining marketing, personal and spiritual growth, and a focus on human relations and deep connections." You can follow Anja Zibert on LinkedIn, Facebook, and on YouTube at: Free Spirit Human Capital as well as at: freespirithc.com. Thank you for taking the time to listen to the KORE Women podcast and being a part of the KORE Women experience. You can listen to The KORE Women podcast on your favorite podcast directory - Pandora, iHeartRadio, Apple Podcast, Google Podcast, YouTube, Spotify, Stitcher, Podbean, JioSaavn, Amazon and at: www.KOREWomen.com/podcast. Please leave your comments and reviews about the podcast and check out KORE Women on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook. You can also learn more about the host, Dr. Summer Watson and KORE Women at: www.korewomen.com In September of 2023, Dr. Watson is hosting a seminar for women who are emerging entrepreneurs. To learn more or register go to: https://www.korewomen.com/shift4impact/ Thank you for listening to The KORE Women podcast!
What work needs to be done in the office? Justin and Lance are joined by Robin Erickson, VP of Human Capital at the Conference Board, to discuss the disconnect between workers and employers and what employers can do to attract and retain workers. tags: tsou, justin weller, lance jackson, robin erickson, economy, jobs, career, salary, work, office, pandemic, money, time, flexibility, home, family, labor, market
This podcast episode delves into the inspiring journey of Renan Cortez, a former combat medic and successful corporate professional turned purpose-driven entrepreneur. Renan shares his path from growing up in challenging circumstances to founding a private equity firm focused on acquiring service-based businesses. Host John Edwin explores Renan's transformational story, discussing the significance of mentorship, education, and taking massive action. The conversation also covers the power of investing in businesses, the process of acquiring and scaling them, and the importance of giving back to underserved communities. Renan's mission to impact veterans, women entrepreneurs, and others fuels his pursuit of both financial success and meaningful societal change. This episode offers insights into the world of business acquisition, wealth creation, and the profound impact of purposeful endeavors.About Renan Cortez:Renan Cortez, Founder, and CEO of Syndicate Venture Group, was born and raised in the Bronx and Queens, NY and joined the Army as a combat medic at the age of 20.OVER HIS 12-YEAR MILITARY CAREER…He specialized in cardiology, mastering life-saving skills. Transitioning to corporate America, Renan worked with industry giants like Medtronic and Abbott, gaining invaluable experience. Guided by mentors who shaped his life, Renan is now committed to paying it forward.https://svgpe.com/Key Points:- **Introduction & Background (0:00 - 1:16):** Meet Renan Cortez, former combat medic turned entrepreneur. His journey from challenging upbringing to corporate career. - **Overcoming Challenges, Finding Purpose (1:16 - 5:29):** Reflecting on military mentors, pivotal moments. Mission to give back led to launching a private equity firm for service-based businesses. - **Private Equity Success Story (5:29 - 14:31):** Acquiring a Water Restoration company with 100% seller financing. Deal evaluation, transaction tactics, and exponential portfolio growth. Mentorship's role, insights from Cody Sanchez and Richard C. Wilson. - **Expanding the Portfolio Strategy (14:31 - 22:39):** Vision for acquiring service-based businesses, particularly in Water Restoration. Identifying prospects, valuation assessment, performance enhancement strategies. - **Business vs. Real Estate Investment (22:39 - 24:51):** Advantages of business investment - speed, returns. Synergy of real estate and business for comprehensive wealth building. - **Starting the Journey (24:51 - 27:06):** Renan's advice - choose a sector, connect with mentors, take massive action to begin business acquisition journey. - **Impact and Giving Back (27:06 - 29:00):** Goals of supporting veterans, women entrepreneurs. Creating transformative opportunities through business ventures.Turn your unique talent into capital and achieve the life you were destined to live. Join our community! We believe that Capital is more than just Cash. In fact, Human Capital always comes first before the accumulation of Financial Capital. We explore the best, most efficient, high-integrity ways of raising capital (Human & Financial). We want our listeners to use their personal human capital to empower the growth of their financial capital. Together we are stronger. LinkedinFacebookApple Podcast
On this episode, meet Josh Shilts, a financial expert whose practice focuses on assisting attorneys and businesses with complex financial matters, valuations, and disputes. He discusses with Brett and Jeff his path through corporate America to the start of his own company, the importance of trust in business, and the keys to finding your own path to success. They also discuss the challenges facing professional service businesses with aging populations and the difficulties of valuing human capital. Join us for this fascinating look into the world of forensic and financial analysis.If you enjoyed the show, please subscribe, share, and leave a review. Subscribing to the show and leaving a review will actually help others find the show. And it will help us grow, devote more time, and produce better content for you.Streaming now on YouTube, Spotify, Google, Amazon Music, and Apple Podcasts.
It's YOUR time to #EdUp In this episode, YOUR guest is Dr. Darleen Opfer, Vice President & Director of Education & Labor at RAND, YOUR guest cohost is Dr. Joyce Jacobsen, Former President & current professor at Hobart & William Smith Colleges, & professor at Wesleyan University YOUR host is Dr. Joe Sallustio YOUR sponsor is Commencement: The Beginning of a New Era In Higher Education! How can higher education make a better connection between education & labor? How does RAND choose which research topics to cover & why should YOU be aware of their work in Ohio? What does Darleen see as the future of Higher Education? Listen in to #EdUp! Thank YOU so much for tuning in. Join us on the next episode for YOUR time to EdUp! Connect with YOUR EdUp Team - Elvin Freytes & Dr. Joe Sallustio ● Join YOUR EdUp community at The EdUp Experience! We make education YOUR business! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/edup/message
After our recent podcast conversation, Matt Breitfelder, Partner and Global Head of Human Capital at Apollo, asked me if he could turn the tables and, in his words, interview the interviewer about interviewing. We did that and added a two-way conversation about public speaking. Our conversation covers my path to the podcast, preparation for interviews, components of what makes it work, and tips for asking good questions. We then turn to public speaking, focusing on the challenges and techniques for moderating panels and presenting in public. And of course, at the end, Matt asks me my closing questions. Please enjoy my distillation of lessons learned from having your ear for six years in this conversation guided by Matt Breitfelder. For full show notes, visit the episode webpage here. Learn More Follow Ted on Twitter at @tseides or LinkedIn Subscribe to the mailing list Access Transcript with Premium Membership