On this episode the panel recaps the action at Quail Hollow and the International Team's giving it their all against a power American squad. We talk New England travel with Co-Host Andy Hydorn who just returned from The Quechee Club. While Allen DePuy discusses the Magnit Championship - the latest Korn Ferry event scheduled foo be played in August 2023 in New Jersey. Finally, Bob Baldassari is talking Fenway Franks ... huh?See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
From Loom, to Dropbox, to Grammarly, and even Calendly – there are hundreds, if not thousands, of productivity management software tools on the market to choose from. Although these tools often draw millions of free users every year – the question often becomes how do product led growth companies truly scale and become profitable sales engines? That's the topic of discussion in this episode of the Modern Selling Podcast. With our expert guest, we dive deep into the sales side of product led growth, what it means, what metrics sales leaders should be tracking, and the proven strategies to use to not just scale – but to grow efficiently and profitably as an organization. In this episode we welcome Kate Ahlering, the Chief Revenue Officer at Calendly – the modern scheduling platform for high-performing teams and individuals. Kate currently leads sales, partnerships, and revenue operations for one of the fastest growing product led growth companies in the world. Prior to joining Calendly, Kate was the Chief Sales Officer for Glassdoor, one of the world's largest jobs and recruiting sites. She led a team of 600+ globally across new business acquisition, account management, customer success & support, channel sales, and revenue operations. Reporting directly to the CEO, she was responsible for Glassdoor's go-to-market vision, strategy, and execution. Download the episode to hear the proven sales strategies Calendly and other large product led growth companies are using to drive sales. What are the challenges that sales teams are facing? With such a digital world, sales teams have had to transition rapidly to meet the modern buyer on a host of online platforms. I wanted to get Kate's perspective on what sales teams are facing right now in the post-pandemic space. Kate shares, “Now, more than 80% of transactions of the B2B buying process have some sort of digital component or online touchpoint. This has made the sales experience and expectations far more complex. I think the challenges that a lot of sales teams face are around how to interact with prospects and customers. How do you engage with your audience and bring value to them as often as you can? That's a constant question sales teams are trying to answer every day.” I've seen this too, with Vengreso, over the past two years. Instead of relying on face to face communication, our sales teams now have to figure out what is the best route to reach out to and engage with prospects. Is it by phone? Video chat? Email? Text message? Social media? These are all avenues now that we have to explore when we reach out to modern buyers. Join in the conversation with Kate to hear what other challenges she sees sales teams facing and how she recommends sales leaders help them move beyond the obstacles. How does Product Led Growth differ from Sales Led Growth? We often throw out these “buzzwords” without truly defining them. So, I wanted to spend time with Kate getting clear on the difference between product led growth (PLG) and sales led growth (SLG). Product led growth is all about getting more users into your product to rapidly grow your user base. The focus here is on building value to get people into your product. Whereas sales led growth is just that – focused on monetizing your products or services to grow revenue. Once you've grown your product to a critical mass of users, now the conversation has to shift to getting these users to pay. At Vengreso, we experienced this transition ourselves when we made the major decision to move away from being a video sales training company to becoming a SaaS company, with the rollout of FlyMSG.io – our innovative, text expander tool for knowledge workers. It's in this transitional period that we had to focus on how to bring value to our FlyMSG users to both grow our audience base AND to convince them to upgrade to a paid subscription, to ultimately drive sales. I know Kate has had a similar experience with Calendly, so we spent some time diving into the details of how to make this transition from PLG to SLG and what that means exactly. Her insights are spot on, “With PLG, the salesperson's job has to evolve from solely focusing on outbound, prospecting strategies to instead focusing on looking at the user data for actionable trends. For example, if we see that an organization has 100 free users, then it's the salesperson's responsibility to find the key decision maker at that organization, reach out to them, and clearly convey the value in an Enterprise account.” Listen into the full conversation to hear what specific user data points Kate highly recommends that every salesperson tracks to know when and how to drive sales. What are the steps to transition from PLG to SLG? This transition often takes time and a strategic approach. For example, even though Calendly has been around for a decade, their monetization model is still in its infancy. In fact, when Kate joined Calendly, they had not yet monetized their product. I was curious to know what steps she took to help Calendly make the transition to sales led growth to get a large portion of their free users to upgrade. According to Kate, there are three key steps to take: Optimize inbound leads. With a robust user base, the key is to enhance their experience. Getting free users to absolutely love your product and see the immediate value in it makes it a lot easier to pitch paid upgrades. Drive value for large target accounts. To accelerate growth, it's critical to look at the data for user trends and identify those large target accounts that could convert to Enterprise sales. However, to do this well, you have to get clear on the value your product brings to not just the individual users, but to the organization as a whole. Establish a sales structure. When you focus on product growth, other key sales systems may not be in place. That's why it's important to get sales methodologies and playbooks established so you can standardize the sales process to easily track sales and success. Want to know more about making this transition? Tune into this episode to get the sales gems that Kate shares related to how she's scaling sales within Calendly. This episode of the Modern Selling Podcast is brought to you by Korn Ferry. Korn Ferry transforms sales teams using their world-class Miller Heiman, methodology, employee assessments, benchmarking and talent advisor capabilities to increase win rates and quota attainment. Korn Ferry offers Korn Ferry Sell, a sales effectiveness app available in App Exchange and app source that helps your sales team develop and replicate powerful sales strategies that help sellers win more deals and crush their quotas. Learn more at kornferry.com/saleseffectiveness.
Welcome to an episode with the Founder and visionary Managing Director of Bandelli & Associates, Dr. Adam C. Bandelli. Get Adam's book here: https://amzn.to/3nhGgsC “It is very important for leaders to not only surround themselves with great talent but build really strong partnerships with their people.” - Adam Bandelli In this episode, Adam speaks about how reliance on technology has kept people technologically connected but has prevented them from building genuine and sustainable relationships. Covid has exacerbated this problem, especially when organizations started hybrid work models. In order to improve the level of connectivity and build strong long-lasting personal and professional relationships, Adam laid out the five key skills that make up relational intelligence: Establishing Rapport, Understanding Others, Embracing Individual Differences, Developing Trust, and Cultivating Influence. Dr. Adam C. Bandelli has 20 years of management and leadership advisory consulting experience in the firm's service offerings, including board consultation, senior executive selection, leadership development, CEO succession, organizational culture, and transformational change. Adam is an expert on communication, relational intelligence, and leadership effectiveness having worked with CEOs and senior executives to strengthen their abilities to inspire and influence their people, teams, and organizations. The mission of his firm is to help leaders identify, unlock, and unleash their true potential. Adam has worked with executives around the world in organizations ranging from small start-up firms through global Fortune 100 companies. Prior to founding Bandelli & Associates, Adam was a Partner at Korn Ferry, where he led the Private Equity assessment practice for North America. Earlier in his career, he was a Partner at RHR International, where he served as one of the firm's leaders on Board and CEO Succession, High Potential Development, Senior Team Effectiveness, and Executive Assessments. Adam is the author of the books Relational Intelligence: The Five Essential Skills You Need to Build Life-Changing Relationships, and What Every Leader Needs: The Ten Universal and Indisputable Competencies of Leadership Effectiveness, which have received strong reviews from prominent business leaders. Adam received his Ph.D. and master's degrees from the University of South Florida in Industrial-Organizational Psychology, and a bachelor's degree concentrating in Psychology and Business Management from Fairleigh Dickinson University. Acknowledged as an expert on leadership, relational intelligence, and organizational culture, he is a frequent speaker at business and professional meetings including the Society of Consulting Psychology and the Society of Industrial-Organizational Psychology. Relational Intelligence: The Five Essential Skills You Need to Build Life-Changing Relationships. Dr. Adam C. Bandelli: https://amzn.to/3nhGgsC Enjoying our podcast? Get access to sample advanced training episodes here: www.firmsconsulting.com/promo
This week's episode of Scrambling with Dylan Otto features Korn Ferry Tour Player Kevin Velo. When people say "you're on a heater" you think of the way Kevin Velo has been playing. Since Kevin's 1st appearance on the podcast he's continued to play in professional on numerous tours and has now found himself with conditional status on the Korn Ferry Tour. Of course it wasn't as easy as it sounds. Velo continued to play on mini tours until it was time for PGA Tour Latin America Q-School where he was looking to get starts and quickly found success which earned him full status on tour. Through those weeks there were a lot of highs and lows and Kevin takes us through his thought process through those times. Velo is looking forward to getting the season going and securing that full-time Korn Ferry Tour card. Enjoy the show!
You may have never heard of Jonathan Dahl. But six times a year, he produces a glossy magazine that reaches 1.8 million high-powered global executives and owners, in addition to a weekly online newsletter that has surpassed 3.5 million annual page views. What's special about Jonathan is that he doesn't work for a mainstream news organization. Rather, he generates what he calls “dazzling corporate content” for Korn Ferry, the highly respected privately held global consulting firm. Whether you own or operate a company with 50 or 50,000 employees, Jonathan tells host and award-winning author Dean Rotbart that you need to be generating regular articles and blog posts that showcase how you operate, your values, and how today's broader news and trends relate to your business and your customers. Photo: Jonathan Dahl, Korn FerryPosted: September 26, 2022Monday Morning Run Time: 43:02
How do you 10x your company's growth in under a year? That's a hot topic for debate, especially among software and technology companies. But, you won't have to look far to find the answer. Because whether you explore the business model of leading productivity tool companies such as Slack, Grammarly, Loom, or Calendly – one thing becomes abundantly clear. Product Lead Growth is THE way to rapidly scale your company to not only attract users by the hundred thousands but to position your business to secure funding and next-level sales. But, the larger question becomes, what's the best strategy to implement a product lead growth strategy that truly enables a company to scale and enhances the user experience to create consistent sales. That's the focus of this episode of the Modern Selling Podcast, with a CEO guest who is one of the leading experts in the industry. Jennifer Smith is the cofounder and CEO of Scribe, a modern software solution that helps to capture, document, and streamline processes in minutes. With a background in sales and marketing, having worked with McKinsey, she has helped the largest companies redefine information sharing. With a passion and gift for efficiency and productivity, Jennifer searched for a solution that would make it easier for people to share multi-step processes within teams and organizations. How do you define product lead growth? Even though product lead growth has been a buzzphrase for over a decade, how it often is defined may change depending on who you ask. I was curious to hear Jennifer's take on what product lead growth is and why it's such a powerful strategy to scale. She shares, “With product lead growth, you're focused on the end user, which is oftentimes not the buyer. It's not the person who holds the budget, instead it's the person using the product on a continuous basis who can share it with others which helps to spread the individual user base even faster.” This is such an important distinction that has even powered the rapid growth of our productivity tool, FlyMSG.io. We've gone from a few beta users to over 5,000 active users in a little over a year with no marketing. That's the power that a compelling product can have in driving adoption and quickly positioning a tool as a must-use across a host of different industries. If you have a product and you're not at least tripling the size of your user base every three to six months, then you'll want to download this episode and listen carefully to the growth strategies Jennifer outlines. How does product lead growth really drive sales? It's clear that product lead growth does just that… leverage your product to grow your user base. However, unless a monetization strategy is used, having a large user base won't translate into overall sales growth for the organization. With FlyMSG.io, our text expander and personal writing assistant, we've been able to offer upgrades for paid users as well as enterprise contracts to generate consistent (and sizable) revenue from those who use our tool. But, I wanted to hear the strategies that Jennifer uses to convert Scribe users into long-term and loyal customers. She shares, “It's one thing to see your user base grow exponentially, but then the challenge is, you have to shift your focus from user growth to sales growth. In other words, how do you turn an individual user into a bigger contract or get free users to want to swipe their credit card. For us, we looked at our user data. What companies were users coming from? Where were our Scribes being shared? How could we find large groups of individual users that made it worth us reaching out to their companies to pitch an enterprise solution?” This is a brilliant strategy and one we've used at Vengreso with great success as well. In fact, in one day alone we saw over 20 free users from a single online pharmacy sign up for FlyMSG.io. That told us immediately that there was a potential sales opportunity there to create a corporate account. Listen into the conversation to see what other “signs” you should be looking out for when trying to monetize a product lead growth strategy. What specific strategies turn users into buyers? It's one thing to build a product, but it's another to create a product that users want to use and will pay for. Jennifer is the expert in this field and was clear on how she was able to position Scribe to quickly scale users and sales. She outlines three specific strategies: Build a magical product – your product should be magnetic and have instant value to your users. The faster you can get them using your product, the easier it will be to convert them into a paying customer. Create viral sharing loops – the key in product lead growth is to generate immediate sharing of the tool. For Scribe, a user creates a Scribe that is then easily shared with others via a link or through integration. The more sharing that takes place, the more eyes are placed on the tool and its usefulness – compounding the user growth over time. Give value away as often as possible – a product lead growth strategy only works if people see value in what you're offering and want to use it. The best way to do that is to get people into the tool as quickly as possible, with a low barrier to entry, and no user friction. Want more product lead growth strategies and how you can use them to drive sales? Tune into the full conversation with Jennifer and get ready to take notes! And, if you want to try Scribe out for free, head over to: https://scribehow.com/home and use promo code: ModernSelling to experience this robust tool. And, while you're at it, make sure to download FlyMSG.io so you can type less and do more! This episode of the Modern Selling Podcast is brought to you by Korn Ferry. Korn Ferry transforms sales teams using their world-class Miller Heiman, methodology, employee assessments, benchmarking and talent advisor capabilities to increase win rates and quota attainment. Korn Ferry offers Korn Ferry Sell, a sales effectiveness app available in App Exchange and app source that helps your sales team develop and replicate powerful sales strategies that help sellers win more deals and crush their quotas. Learn more at kornferry.com/saleseffectiveness.
In this episode, Kiel talks with Pico about overcoming adversity. Pico talks about his unique path to professional golf. He talks about the mindset necessary to take on hard challenges. He turned pro at the age of 30 without being a college player or much tournament experience. It is a fascinating story!
Today's guest interview is with a top mental golf coach in the world - David MacKenzie. He is a mental coach and the founder of Golf State of Mind. He currently works with golfers on the PGA Tour, Korn Ferry, DP World Tour, Challenge Tour, LPGA and LET, along with many elite juniors and amateur golfers of all levels. I've worked with David for my own mental game issues several years ago and still use his advice to this day. He makes it simple to understand how the mind dominates our performance on the golf course for lower scores. In today's interview you will learn: The art of setting golf goals The power of visualization in sports Why you need to stay present to succeed How tracking stats can help you lower your scores Why the mind can limit your potential on the golf course (and how to overcome negative thoughts) Start working with David now: https://golfstateofmind.com/best-mental-game-golf-books/ Read his 300+ mental game articles: https://golfstateofmind.com/blog/
How do you ensure that you're moving people forward in your organization in a way that meets their needs, as well as the needs of the organization? That's what we're talking about today with Nchopia Nwokoma, the Principal Assessment and Succession Consultant at Korn Ferry. Listen in as we paint a picture of what internal talent pathways are, how we lay them out, and how we utilize the resources at our disposal to move people forward in the organization in a way that best serves everyone. You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: https://bit.ly/3L3T1SE
The first Air Force Academy graduate to earn his PGA Tour Card after playing on the Korn Ferry, Kyle discusses qualifying for the 2021 U.S. Open at Torrey Pines, the grind to play on the biggest stage and why his military service makes him a more dedicated golfer. Tell your friends about the new show and be sure to follow Claude to submit questions, enter giveaways and keep up with the latest Son of a Butch updates on Instagram at @ClaudeHarmon3. Son of a Butch is produced in partnership with Wasserman.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Episode 51: Fortinet Championship After a two week hiatus from the golf world, the FHP boys are back to start the 2023 season in Napa Valley, California! The Fortinet Championship features not only some of our favorite PGA stalwarts, but also some really exciting names from the upcoming Korn Ferry class. In an event that has historically provided winners from up and down the betting board, Chris and Ian have a ton of potential names to sort through in searching for our first outright winner of the new season. Make sure to listen all the way through as one of our favorite guests (@rorypicks on Twitter), joins us to wrap up a few of his favorite longshots and prop bets! Also remember to follow @flag_hunting on Twitter to see our final betting card and additions!
The PGA Tour is BACK and we start the season at the Fortinet Championship where Tom Jacobs and Matt Vincenzi break down their favourite plays from each range as always. Although some players have played as recently as a fortnight ago, in Atlanta for the Tour Championship, or on the Korn Ferry, this can be a fresh start for many after a reasonable break. Do you need to be a California guy to perform well here? Can this course suite long and short hitters alike? We answer those questions and more, in this week's DraftKings preview of the Fortinet Championship. As ever we highly recommend you check out Tour-Tips.com for all the relevant statistics required to make informed selections each week. One-week subscription to tour-tips.com only £5.
Skylar Hoke and Ryan French (Monday Q Info) preview the 50 new PGA Tour card holders graduating from the Korn Ferry Tour. #KornFerryTour #PGATour #FantasyGolf Sub to the Mayo Media Network: https://bit.ly/YTMMN Get 20% off https://www.fantasynational.com/mayo with code “MAYO” Show Index Intro | 0:00 The 25 | 4:30 Carl Yuan | 4:35 Robby Shelton | 6:54 Paul Haley II | 7:16 Zecheng Dou | 9:51 Taylor Montgomery | 11:11 Augusto Núñez | 13:11 Justin Suh | 14:39 Ben Griffin | 17:12 Ben Taylor | 20:12 Brandon Matthews | 22:02 MJ Daffue | 25:32 Seonghyeon Kim | 28:15 Davis Thompson | 30:52 Erik Barnes | 31:59 Trevor Werbylo | 34:18 Harry Hall | 35:52 Tyson Alexander | 37:53 Michael Kim | 40:07 Kevin Yu | 41:04 Harrison Endycott | 42:57 Trevor Cone | 44:09 Vincent Norrman | 46:13 Kevin Roy | 49:14 Anders Albertson | 51:05 Finals 25 | 52:31 Will Gordon | 54:20 Austin Eckroat | 55:02 Dean Burmester/Matti Schmid | 57:13 Eric Cole | 58:55 Brent Grant | 1:02:14 Carson Young | 1:04:25 Thomas Detry | 1:06:02 Tano Goya | 1:07:46 Nicolas Echavarria | 1:09:38 Sam Stevens | 1:11:54 Kyle Westmoreland | 1:13:53 Video: https://bit.ly/YTMMN Apple: http://bit.ly/DFSMixApple Stitcher: http://bit.ly/DFSStitcher Spotify: http://bit.ly/DFSSpotify Google: http://bit.ly/DFSGoogle Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On this episode we travel the globe to chat about the latest in the golf world. Our sources from Boston offer their opinions on the LIV Boston held at the International. How were the crowd sizes? Protestors? Raw emotion boiled over at this week's Korn Ferry event as the Top 25 "earned" their place on the PGA Tour. We discuss. Finally, we chat about Lucy Li ... the ice cream eating phenom has grown up to be a stand-out on the Epson Tour and is now knocking at the LPGA's door. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Episode 15 of the Lippin' Putts Podcast is here and it is a fun one! Nick Leach and Sam Palmer kick the show off by discussing LIV Golf Boston which saw Dustin Johnson win his first event in thrilling fashion. PGA Tour and LIV Golf players will face off in the BMW Championship hosted by the DP World Tour. Rory McIlroy and Billy Horschel have been extremely critical of LIV players participating in this event. The Korn Ferry finals have finished up and there are some familiar names returning to the PGA Tour. Nick and Sam host their 1st annual Lippy Awards that hand out various awards of their choice. The show wraps up with the 'Birdie & Bogey' of the week.
We discuss DJ's eagle to win LIV Boston, the drama of the KFT Finals bubble with someone who's lived both sides of the bubble - Billy Hurley III - and most importantly discuss the pros and cons of the shorts vs pants debate.
Chaska native Clayton Kucera was on the bag for a buddy in a Korn Ferry pre-qualifying event in Nebraska that took the golf world by storm last week over one of the most bizarre cheating scandals you will ever hear about. Clayton will walk us through what unfolded as he was caddying in the group that ended up in the eventual disqualification of one of the competitors. LIV golf was back this week in Boston. With an improved field and a solid golf course, LIV golf turned out its best event yet. Dustin Johnson hammered in an eagle putt on the first playoff hole to secure the win as the Aces won the team competition for the third straight event. We will give our thoughts on LIV golfs improvements and some things they need to work on still. Jeff and Tim travelled to Brainerd to play the newly redesigned Cragun's championship golf course and the Gravel Pit, a new par 3 course in the Brainerd lakes area. They will give their thoughts and insight on these two central Minnesota golf courses.
Mitchelll comes into our studio and we get the players perspective on all things golf. If he ever offers you a game on the first tee, run … very fast. We talk about his putting, his bunker play and how Jeff has at least one thing in common with a golf pro.Mitchell was a great interview and he is an all-around great guy. Definitely not David Sims (Tin Cup shout out). For more info on him, go to:PGA Tour Profile
Wisconsin.Golf's Gary D'Amato and Rob Hernandez talk about the success of Wisconsin golfers in the first step of toward qualifying for the Korn Ferry Tour, the rollercoaster drama in the final round of the WSGA State Senior Amateur, a $69,000 souvenir from the Tiger Woods' professional debut at the 1996 Greater Milwaukee Open, and much more.
See what we did there? Also, PGA Departures and LIV GolfWow, Knicks may have dodged a bad trade, but not because they wanted to, just because they are the ... Knicks. We talk Donovan Mitchell.Then we get into a brief College Football Discussion before we start our appetizer of the All You Can Eat Buffet that is NFL Football.If you read these notes, get ready to catch our next episode where we interview Mitcheel Meissner, who will be playing on the Korn Ferry tour next year. Great talk about LIV, PGA Life and Jeff's Golf Swing. Well, maybe not great about that last part.
Kyle Bass, founder and CIO of the global events-focused hedge fund Hayman Capital Management, discusses Europe's energy crisis, China's tenuous path forward, and how both are affecting his portfolio strategy. As employees gear up for a employer-mandated return to the office, Korn Ferry's Alan Guarino and journalist and Yale lecturer Joanne Lipman discuss politics, power, and pressures of a 2022 workplace. Plus, Tesla is in the crosshairs of a labor debate, Peloton's lost its trading momentum, and California's trying to change the game for fast food. In this episode:Kyle Bass, @JkylebassJoanne Lipman, @joannelipmanMelissa Lee: @MelissaLeeCNBCJoe Kernen, @JoeSquawkCameron Costa, @CameronCostaNY
A task force launched last month is expected to attract 10,000 youth aged from 18 to 25 to have more insight into their career, financial and mental well-being goals. Gen Z or Zillennials are fast becoming predominant percentages of the workforce. They are seeking better employment treatment, flexibility, and work/life balance. So how can employers make this future workforce happy? Bharati Jagdish spoke with David Chong, Recruitment Project Director, Korn Ferry to find out more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In today's episode Kevin Cashman shares his incredible story of dying, coming back, and what life and work for him are like on the other side of this experience. Kevin and I have a deep and wide ranging conversation that covers:What Kevin experienced when he diedHis road back to health and what key factors helped him most on this journeyHow Kevin's experience has shifted his perspective and deepened a sense of meaning and purpose in his work with leadersHis view on the importance of expressing appreciation and gratitudeHis take on the central question we have been exploring in the Courageous Life: "how do I keep my heart open when it begins to close?"Exciting new research on the importance of openness in leadershipThe 3 B's: A framework for keeping the heart and mind open to learning, connection, and growthAnd much more!**Please note that due to the nature and topic of this conversation it is possible that some listeners may find parts of the conversation to be upsetting or triggering. Please listen at your own discretion. Thank you.**About Kevin Cashman:Kevin Cashman is a best-selling author, CEO Advisor, and pioneer of the ‘grow the whole person to grow the whole leader' approach to transformative leadership. He is the founder of LeaderSource Ltd, and the Chief Executive Institute® recognized as one of the top three leadership development programs globally. In 2006, LeaderSource was acquired by Korn Ferry, where Kevin is now Global Leader of CEO and Executive Development across 130 offices that touch the lives of 100,000+ leaders monthly.Kevin has advised thousands of CEOs, senior executives and senior teams in more than 80 countries worldwide. He has written six books including Awakening the Leader Within and Leadership from the Inside Out, named the #1 best-selling business book of 2000 by CEO-READ and is now used at over 150 universities globally.For more on Kevin please follow him on LinkedIn or visit cashmanleadership.comSupport the show
Episode 9 (Part A) - I get to sit down with Scott Gardiner a PGA Tour player and 2 x Korn Ferry tour winner. In this Episode we reflect on Scott's playing career which involved taking down a young Jason Day in 2005 to his first ever Tour victory.You can find Scott on his Instagram account https://www.instagram.com/scott_gardiner_golfinstruction/Thanks to our partner Tour Tee Golf you can purchase the best tee in golf using the code TMGOLF20 gets you 20% off at https://golffanatics.com.au/Find me:All the information you need here: https://www.liinks.co/tmgolfBecome a monthly online subscriber or take an online lesson with myself: https://skillest.com/app/profile/toby-mcgeachieBook an in-person lesson Website: https://www.tmgolf.com.auEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgSocialInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/tmgolf_/TikTok https://tiktok.com/@tmgolf_Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TMGolfCoach/Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/toby-mcgeachie-7a74488a/Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TMGOLF
In the race to recruit talent you have to “wave the flag that you are doing something different,” said Andres Tapia, senior partner at management consulting firm Korn Ferry. As the company's global diversity, equity and inclusion strategist, Tapia has helped Fortune 500 companies and small firms put together plans to attract diverse talent. In this McKnight's Newsmakers podcast, Tapia explains why these plans give all firms, including home care ones, a leg up on recruitment.Follow us on twitter: @McKHomeCare
(Tom) Kim Joo-hyung wins for the first time of the PGA Tour shooting 61 on Sunday and 27 on his outward nine holes. Trevor Cone finishes 20th of the Korn Ferry Tour money list to secure his PGA Tour card for next season with our very own Dan Woodbury on the bag. Dusty and John Huh have beef... and TC's new favorite club is his 5-iron. Hope you all enjoy the pod and we will see you next week!
Meet James Nicholas.James is a 25yr old Professional Golfer. He is currently wrapping up his season on the PGA Tour Canada while earning his Korn Ferry Tour card.James is the oldest of 5 children. His 2 brothers and 2 sisters are also extremely accomplished athletes!! As James says, "we just have good genes I guess!" haha.James turned pro in 2019 after finishing his pre med schooling at Yale. He played Hockey and Football at Yale as well, but ultimately golf won his heart!!Listen to our conversation and we talk about travel, photography, mental health, social media, pro golf, and much more!!Thank you James. It was a pleasure meeting you!!
Episode 205 was BOMB Kyle and Nate knock this one out of the park! Who are the LIV Golf 3 mystery players for the next event? Cam Smith, The Claret Jug, beeeeeas, and overhead compartments David Feherty to the LIV....is Barkley next? Tons of Korn Ferry friends playing this week!!!!! Enjoy! Support Our Sponsors: Blueteesgolf.com - The next generation rangefinder deserves an unrivaled experience. Modern design, advanced technology, and high-end features - all at a fraction of the cost compared to the competition. Use Coupon Code: DADBOD to take 10% off your order Liquid-iv.com - The breakthrough science of Cellular Transport Technology® (CTT), utilized in all of our products, is based on an optimal ratio of ingredients designed to enhance rapid absorption of water and other nutrients into your bloodstream. Use Coupon Code: DADBODGOLFPOD to take 15% off your order Byrdiegolf.com - We believe in access and affordability. Our vision is an inclusive brand that gives everyone who's been curious about the game of golf an opportunity to get outside and play. Use coupon code Dadbod22 and take 15% off your next set! Swannies.co - Swannies is a modern brand for golfers who want to look good regardless of where they're playing (or how well). Perfect for Dadbods! Use coupon code DADBODGOLFPOD-25 for 25% off your next order! PrimoGolfApparel.com - Get AHEAD of the curve and check out their amazing selection of joggers. The material is incredible. The fit is superb. And the look will be sure to turn heads. Use coupon code dadpod15 for 15% off your next order! Twitter: https://twitter.com/dadbodgolfpod Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dadbodgolfpod Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DadBodGolfPod
John Swantek hangs with James Nitties to discuss a broad range of Korn Ferry Tour content, including the new TOURBound podcast. Fantasy Insider Rob Bolton analyzes the field at The Open Championship and the Barracuda Championship.
Welcome to Episode 437 of the Yeukai Business Show. In this episode, Shonna Amos & Yeukai Kajidori discusses and dive into the missing link to truly enjoying life. So, if you want to know more about Whose goals are you going after? Dive into the missing link to truly enjoying life, tune in now! In this episode, you'll discover: How you can know if you're going after your goals or somebody else's goal?How do keep you yourself going despite the pushback, troubles, and negativity around you?The key to achieving anything About Shonna Amos I'm passionate about helping others see their light, their power, and their greatness, and go after what they want in life. I've helped hundreds of professionals and leaders at all levels move past internal barriers, find their voice, operate with authenticity, and identify how they want to leave a lasting impact on themselves and those around them. Coaching, supporting professionals in and outside of the corporate world, and helping organizations succeed is a true passion of mine, but I wouldn't be advocating for something I didn't personally believe in. I benefited from the transformation of having a coach (yes, coaches need coaches too!) when I felt stuck, found myself questioning whose goals I was working towards, and wondered what fulfillment meant to me. I allowed myself to go on the journey of uncovering my internal barriers and Exploring What was Possible for my life, and that is why EWP is so deeply personal for me. I've spent more than 15 years in global organizations coaching and leading org-wide and team-specific development, performance management, talent management, and succession planning processes, and lean on my beginning roots in career exploration and transition as I support clients through their personal, professional, and organizational journey. I'm a certified DiSC vendor partner and DEIB practitioner and hold certifications in Korn Ferry and Center for Creative Leadership's 360 products, and the Center for Leadership Studies Situational Leadership model. I found my crew as a member of the International Coach Federation Michigan Chapter and currently serve on the Board of Directors leading our community outreach efforts. More Information Learn more about Whose goals are you going after at https://www.explorewhatspossible.org/ LinkedIn Instagram Thanks for Tuning In! Thanks so much for being with us this week. Have some feedback you'd like to share? Please leave a note in the comments section below! If you enjoyed this episode on How to Expand your Business, please share it with your friends by using the social media buttons you see at the bottom of the post. Don't forget to subscribe to the show on iTunes to get automatic episode updates for our "Yeukai Business Show !" And, finally, please take a minute to leave us an honest review and rating on iTunes. They really help us out when it comes to the ranking of the show and I make it a point to read every single one of the reviews we get. Please leave a review right now Thanks for listening!
House and Hubbard start by talking about Xander Schauffele's victory in Connecticut (4:30). Then, they discuss the PGA's announcements regarding changes to the European tour, the Korn Ferry tour, and more (24:33). Lastly, they discuss some bets they like this weekend at the John Deere Classic (46:24). Hosts: Joe House and Nathan Hubbard Associate Producer: Isaiah Blakely Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Bass Sisters get wise counsel from David Byrd of Korn Ferry. Listen in to learn how you can make sure you are ready to capitalize on this season being a candidate's market. Also if you've ever wondered what does an executive search firm does and if it's right for you, David Byrd answers your questions.KornFerry.comRemember to like, follow and share.
0:00 Intro.1:45 Start of interview.2:40 Ana's "origin story". She was born and raised in Rio do Janeiro, Brazil. She got degrees in law and economics, and started her career in sales at IBM in Brazil in the mid-1980s. In 1992 she moved to the U.S. to get an MBA at Northwestern University. That led to a career of over 30 years in technology, M&A and global business transformations. A couple of years ago she retired from her last job as CEO, and she embarked in her board "portfolio career": public, private and non-profit boards, in addition to teaching and doing some advisory work for CEOs.4:55 Her advice for aspiring directors: "Think of your board journey as any career." She started serving on non-profit boards and worked her way up to private and public companies. Her first public company board was CME Group. She's served on 7 public company boards, plus many private and non-profit boards.7:46 Distinctions on serving on public/private/non-profit boards ("even within those buckets there are significant differences.") Her other current public company boards: First Internet Bancorp (NASDAQ: INBK), Carparts.com (NASDAQ: PRTS); Amyris (NASDAQ: AMRS), and Pembina Pipeline (NYSE: PBA). When she thinks about board opportunities, she thinks about three things:Is she aligned with the mission/vision of the company and what it stands for.Does she have the skills, experience, credentials and competencies to add value to the board.Does she like the people (other board members).12:56 Her experience serving on the board of Eletrobras, a major Brazilian state-owned power generation company. "There is always a give and take --what you offer and what you learn-- and that to me is what makes board service so interesting."16:27 Her thoughts on the evolution of ESG and DEI. Her article "Cutting Through the ESG Noise: A Practical Framework for Corporate Boards" with Cigdem Oktem, Regional Leader, EY Center for Board Matters.22:15 Her thoughts on boardroom diversity, SB-826 and AB-979 getting struck down in California Courts. "I wish we didn't have to rely on quotas, but the truth is that when left in the hands of nom/gov chairs, board chairs and companies and executives, [progress] was just not happening.""All I can hope for is that some halo effect [since SB-826] has demonstrated that having diversity and inclusion on boards is a good business practice."24:41 On the progress of Latinos on boards. She serves on the board of the Latino Corporate Directors Association (LCDA), co-Chairs its Latino Corporate Directors Educational Foundation (LCDEF) that delivers on the BoardReady Institute (BRI).28:20 On the politicization of boards. "Over the last three years there has been extreme politicization globally, not only in the U.S." "I am a big proponent of full disclosure on where you stand as an institution and/or corporation."32:18 Her thoughts on Coinbase's position (a "mission driven company") and Salesforce (strong proponent of stakeholder capitalism). "Both companies took a stand, and that is what's important."34:52 Her take on governance practices in the tech industry. On the role of experience and self-awareness in leadership.37:17 Discussion of founder-led tech companies, governance consequences, and reverse bias discrimination. "Revenue is vanity, profit is sanity but cash is reality." "Sometimes there is too much of a good thing." "What is lacking is appreciation and respect for experience."44:52 The 3 books that have greatly influenced her life:Man's Search for Meaning, by Viktor Frankl (1946)The Alchemist, by Paulo Coelho (1988)Exodus, by Leon Uris (1958)46:06- Who were your mentors, and what did you learn from them? "I have had so many, I apply a 360 mentorship model" "I crave feedback and mentorship all the time."47:05 - Are there any quotes you think of often or live your life by? "When contemplating an opportunity, if you don't foresee the possibility of death, bankruptcy or prison, then go for it!""Always think about how to pay it forward" (good karma)Particularly for women who suffer from imposter syndrome: "Remember that you're seeing people from the outside where they seem so confident but you don't know what they are feeling on the inside, so do your thing, walk in confident, don't worry too much about outside influence."49:16- An unusual habit or an absurd thing that she loves: "Melting chocolate and top it with yogurt or nuts to pretend that it's healthy." Reality TV, she's watched every season of the Survivor!50:30 - The living person she most admires: her middle sister, a pediatrician in Brazil, "probably the most knowledgeable, powerful and yet so humble and generous."Ana Dutra is an experienced CEO, business advisor and corporate director of publicly traded, family-owned and private corporations. As CEO of Korn Ferry Consulting, Ana led the global the Board Effectiveness practice. Ana currently serves as corporate director at the CME Group (NASDAQ: CME), First Internet Bancorp (NASDAQ: INBK), Carparts.com (NASDAQ: PRTS); Amyris (NASDAQ: AMRS), and Pembina Pipeline (NYSE: PBA). She also serves on the Board of the Latino Corporate Directors Association and co-Chairs its Educational Foundation Board. __ You can follow Evan on social media at:Twitter: @evanepsteinLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/epsteinevan/ Substack: https://evanepstein.substack.com/__Music/Soundtrack (found via Free Music Archive): Seeing The Future by Dexter Britain is licensed under a Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 United States License
Welcome to Strategy Skills episode 254, an episode with the Founder and visionary Managing Director of Bandelli & Associates, Dr. Adam C. Bandelli. Get Adam's book here: https://amzn.to/3nhGgsC “It is very important for leaders to not only surround themselves with great talent but build really strong partnerships with their people.” - Adam Bandelli In this episode, Adam speaks about how reliance on technology has kept people technologically connected but has prevented them from building genuine and sustainable relationships. Covid has exacerbated this problem, especially when organizations started hybrid work models. In order to improve the level of connectivity and build strong long-lasting personal and professional relationships, Adam laid out the five key skills that make up relational intelligence: Establishing Rapport, Understanding Others, Embracing Individual Differences, Developing Trust, and Cultivating Influence. Dr. Adam C. Bandelli has 20 years of management and leadership advisory consulting experience in the firm's service offerings, including board consultation, senior executive selection, leadership development, CEO succession, organizational culture, and transformational change. Adam is an expert on communication, relational intelligence, and leadership effectiveness having worked with CEOs and senior executives to strengthen their abilities to inspire and influence their people, teams, and organizations. The mission of his firm is to help leaders identify, unlock, and unleash their true potential. Adam has worked with executives around the world in organizations ranging from small start-up firms through global Fortune 100 companies. Prior to founding Bandelli & Associates, Adam was a Partner at Korn Ferry, where he led the Private Equity assessment practice for North America. Earlier in his career, he was a Partner at RHR International, where he served as one of the firm's leaders on Board and CEO Succession, High Potential Development, Senior Team Effectiveness, and Executive Assessments. Adam is the author of the books Relational Intelligence: The Five Essential Skills You Need to Build Life-Changing Relationships, and What Every Leader Needs: The Ten Universal and Indisputable Competencies of Leadership Effectiveness, which have received strong reviews from prominent business leaders. Adam received his Ph.D. and master's degrees from the University of South Florida in Industrial-Organizational Psychology, and a bachelor's degree concentrating in Psychology and Business Management from Fairleigh Dickinson University. Acknowledged as an expert on leadership, relational intelligence, and organizational culture, he is a frequent speaker at business and professional meetings including the Society of Consulting Psychology and the Society of Industrial-Organizational Psychology. Relational Intelligence: The Five Essential Skills You Need to Build Life-Changing Relationships. Dr. Adam C. Bandelli: https://amzn.to/3nhGgsC Enjoying our podcast? Get access to sample advanced training episodes here: www.firmsconsulting.com/promo
Matthew Fitzpatrick won a thrilling US Open when Will Zalatoris putt to force a playoff rolled by the hole by inches. After the tournament had a leaderboard that looked more like a Korn Ferry event, some of the game's best took over the top 10 by Sunday.
As prices continue to rise, employers are wrestling with questions and concerns about what inflation means for compensation strategy. In this episode of All Things Work, host Tony Lee speaks with Tom McMullen, senior client partner at global organizational consulting firm Korn Ferry, on navigating inflation's impact on the pay of both current and future employees.Follow All Things Work wherever you listen to podcasts; rate and review on Apple Podcasts.This episode of All Things Work is sponsored by ADP.Music courtesy of bensound.
Golf Channel's Damon Hack discussed the latest from the US Open, why Phil Mickelson's exit isn't too surprising, what the Korn Ferry open is & why he likes the heavyweights this weekend.
Board experience can add greatly to a healthcare executive's career journey. Jena Abernathy, Sector Lead, Healthcare Board Services for Korn Ferry, talks about how to get started and the best way to secure your seat at the table.
Join Lori and her guest, Deepali Vyas, as they talk about democratizing access to education for the next generation. Deepali is the founder and CEO of Fearless+ and also a Senior Partner at Korn Ferry. She shares how her extensive experience in executive search has helped a passion project turn into reality. What's the story behind her wanting to give back to the next generation? Stay tuned! Here are the things to expect in this episode: What is Fearless+? Who is their target market? What makes great leaders great? Giving back to underserved students in particular communities. And many more! About Deepali Vyas: With over 20 years of diverse experience, my work includes executive search for strategic AI, Data, Advanced Analytics leaders across industry sectors, with a particular expertise in private-equity backed organizations and financial services firms. I provide executive assessment and coaching services of C-Suite leaders and team assessment and team coaching services for top teams. I have my professional certifications in executive assessment, a range of psychometric tools, executive coaching and team coaching services. My leadership consulting work includes succession planning, talent management advisory, and organization consulting. In the area of Diversity and Inclusion, I advise my clients on best practices particularly with respect to women and underrepresented minorities in STEM fields. Connect with Deepali! Website: https://fearlessplus.com Connect with Lori Kranczer! Website: https://www.everydayplannedgiving.com/ Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/positiveimpactphilanthropy LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lorikranczer/
Join Wardo, Sully and George Brett at a live event at the 2022 Korn Ferry Tour Advent Health Championship in Kansas City. The crew interviews Charlie Hiller from New Zealand who discusses what it's like to be playing in his first Korn Ferry event. Then Brendan Matthews tells us what it was like to play the previous week on the PGA tour at the Wells Fargo Championship. Brendan is known as the longest driver on tour and you will love his thoughts on what it takes to be a champion!
Tom & Rob recap the PGA Championship, Rob shows compassion and empathy towards Tiger and Tom is jumping off the Rory train. Korn Ferry Tour player Bryce Emory joins the show to discuss this weeks KFT event at The Glen Club, how he & his caddie prepare for an event and what life is like on the KFT. The boys breakdown Heritage Bluffs and the Charles Schwab Book It w/ T picks are in. Capped off by Rob's Top 3 question.
Episode 100! Marcus Edwardes speaks with Simon Mullins, Chief Facilitator at Executive Search Information Exchange (ESIX), the world's leading independent information source for corporate executive recruiting leaders.Simon has managed executive search from the outside at Korn/Ferry, and from the inside at Microsoft, where he led one of the most advanced internal executive recruiting functions as well as its largest experienced Staffing Group.He recently published a book on strategy, tactics, and tools for hiring organizations called Leadership Recruiting with co-author David Lord.Listen in as David shares his best practices for establishing a foolproof internal recruiting function and streamlining your process in order to get your team on the same page.He gives his take on minimizing subjectivity during the interview process and how best to go about painting the most vivid picture of your candidate by going beyond the actual interview—focusing the conversation on reference checks in particular.What You'll Learn in This Episode:● [03:12] The case for managing search activity● [09:21] How the internal recruiting landscape looks today● [12:32] What to expect as a member of ESIX● [19:16] Culture differences between internal and external recruiting● [24:05] What to avoid when building an internal function● [27:40] Standardizing your internal recruiting function● [30:24] Reducing subjectivity during the interview process● [35:14] Beyond the interview● [37:14] Considerations regarding reference checks● [47:25] About the recruiter's bizarre love triangle● [50:09] How a recruiter can position themselves as a trusted advisorKey quotes:● “Across the board, recruiting functions are now being built everywhere in the world.”● “A lot of senior leaders are now looking at talent as a key, critical business challenge. [...] Without the lifeblood, the organization cannot move forward.”● “It's not just about recruiting quickly. It's about thinking about the bigger and broader picture. It's about having all sorts of different leadership perspectives when we're having these conversations.”opzg8UWcZ4XrtSja4M7k
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Talk Talent To Me LIVE RSVP: New York City - The Canary Club - June 1st San Francisco - Shelton Theatre - June 8th London - The Steel Yard - June 16th We are so excited to welcome the Senior Vice President of Global Talent Acquisition at PepsiCo, Blair Bennett. Blair shares her background in politics & executive recruiting, and how her career prepared her to lead the talent function at PepsiCo. You'll also hear about diversity goals within leadership at PepsiCo, and the strategies the team has implemented in order to achieve them. We talk priorities, and chat about Blair's day-to-day life at PepsiCo, with a focus on her amazing team, partnerships, and leadership. Blair believes that there is no better career than talent acquisition. Tune in today to hear why. Key Points From This Episode: Welcome to today's guest, Blair Bennett. Her career background, getting her start in politics, with a common theme of networking. The story of how she came to work for Korn Ferry and met her husband there. Her move to Arkansas following her husband's transfer to Walmart. Why having curiosity is such a powerful motivation to learn new things. How everything they do is driving a bigger function than just filling roles. The responsibility she feels to bring what is happening in the company to her team. Diversity goals in recruitment leadership and inclusive culture. Strategies they have adopted to reach those goals including partnering internally with our employee resource groups. Priority and focus within Talent Acquisition at PepsiCo including, and prioritizing diversity. The broader responsibility that guides how she goes about each day. How her team is structured and how she has made diversity a priority within that structure. Partnerships and collaboration at PepsiCo. Why Blair believes that there is no better career than talent acquisition. Tweetables: “I fell in love with the executive recruiting and at Korn Ferry, and I met my future husband, so I found two loves out of the deal.” — @searchblair [0:06:12] “I'm constantly learning. I learn something new every day, whether it's something about the business, or something about talent, or something about another company, or something about an industry. Keeping that sense of curiosity is something that has been very important to me.” — @searchblair [0:10:30] “Because I'm somebody who likes to learn and, because I'm somebody who continues to have a curiosity about what's happening in our industry, I try to find ways to bring that to the teams as well. I hope that people get some takeaways from it that they may not otherwise get in their day-to-day experiences.” — @searchblair [0:14:22] Links Mentioned in Today's Episode: Blair Bennett on LinkedIn Blair Bennett on Twitter Talk Talent to Me Hired