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The Athletic's Adam Hurrey, Charlie Eccleshare and David Walker gather for the Adjudication Panel. On the agenda this week: Every layer of the backlash to the news that the BBC Radio 5 Live have scrapped the classified results after 70 years, the difference between "cat and mouse" and a "game of chess" and when to use either in relation to a football game and David Seaman at the National Cat Awards. Meanwhile, the panel wade through the first Keys & Gray Corner of 2022-23, and it's a busy one. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
As I travel and train in dealership service departments, I always see what's going on and find ways to level up everyone's game! I enjoy sharing what I see, learn and know with the intentions always to help someone else improve their outcomes. This episode is pure
"Slow, fast, slow is how you grow." You know those moments when you're chatting with someone, and it's so interesting that time just flies by? That's how I felt when speaking with Whitney Johnson! In today's episode "Smart Growth: How Managers Can Grow Themselves, Their People, and Their Business" Whitney talks about her brand new book, Smart Growth, and how new managers can use it to create a breakthrough in 2022. Whitney was named one of the top ten most influential management thinkers by Thinkers50 in 2021, and is CEO of Disruption Advisors, a tech-enabled talent development company. She is an award-winning author, a LinkedIn Top Voice (1.79M followers), and she frequently writes for both HBR and MIT Sloan Management Review. In this episode, you'll learn: The framework known as the S Curve of Learning, and how to apply it meaningfully in your own development How to navigate through the three phases of growth (Launch Point, Sweet Spot, and Mastery) How to use the S Curve Insight Tool to develop and grow your people How this piano-playing music major ended up on Wall Street (cue Working Girl theme song)... and a lot more! The S-Curve of Learning Slow-fast-slow is how you grow. And when you understand the emotional arc of your growth, then you'll be able to increase your learning and growing capacity as well. That's what we call the S-Curve of learning. The Influential Role of the Manager The first thing that you want to really examine is do you actually want to be a manager? I meet lots of people who say I'm good at motivating people and inspiring people, but I'm not good at the day to day of managing people, and that's okay. You want to know that before you get into the job because you have a lot of influence on people, and so you want to make sure you're up for that kind of job. Managing People Who Have Mastered Their Job People start becoming bored once they mastered something because they are no longer challenged. So for your people who are already very good at their job, what will make them grow is when you give them a new challenge. From that point on, growth may seem slower, but they'll be able to unlock new levels in their professional journey. Links and Resources Connect with Whitney: LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram, Website, Email, Disrupt Yourself Podcast Smart Growth: How to Grow Your People to Grow Your Company by Whitney Johnson (book) The Female Advantage by Sally Helgesen (book) How Women Rise by Sally Helgesen (book) Creativity, Inc. by Ed Catmull and Amy Wallace (book)
On today's episode of Service Drive Revolution, Chris and Coach Christian discuss the different reasons Service Managers get fired. Our past video had much feedback so we'd love to hear your experiences. Have you ever had issues with a Service Manger? Special Discount on Our OnDemand Training - https://bit.ly/Ondemand-Special-offer Schedule a 15-minute intro call with our team to find out how Chris Collins Signature Coaching can grow your bottom line. http://bit.ly/CCIschedule Got a question? Call us at 1-833-3-ASK-SDR Grab our best selling books for your team: Your 90-Day roadmap to your best Fixed-Ops month ever starts here: http://bit.ly/ISM_yt Millionaire Service Advisor also includes our 11-step Circle of Trust System: http://bit.ly/MSA_yt Join our Facebook Groups: For Fixed Ops -- http://bit.ly/YTfixedopsgroup For Independent Shop Owners -- http://bit.ly/YTRSOSgroup
Incentives can improve motivation. But what actually happens when the incentive is removed? An influential body of research previously suggested that extrinsic rewards have a negative impact on intrinsic motivation. However, more recent studies show this not to be the case over the long term. Our guest, Dr Indranil Goswami PhD, talks us through the longer term effects of temporary incentives and the implications for motivating behavior change. Indranil is an Assistant Professor of Marketing at the University at Buffalo. The research that we focus on in this episode is the paper he co-wrote with Dr Oleg Urminsky PhD, called “The Dynamic Effect of Incentives on Post-Reward Task Engagement”. While there may be a dose of confirmation bias with this conversation, Kurt and Tim are excited to hear more about Indranil's research which backs up what they have been telling companies for years: “Incentives are useful for improving people's behavior, engagement and performance.” Managers, academics and even parents have bought into the widely held belief that extrinsic motivators are not a useful tool for initiating behavior change. But Indranil's work may help you reevaluate the tools you use to motivate those around you. Listen in and let us know if it encourages you to rethink your incentive program. Regular listeners to Behavioral Grooves may enjoy being part of our exclusive group of Patreon members by supporting our work. You can also write a review of our podcast on whatever platform you listen on, and we often read these out on the show. Thank you! Topics (2:49) Welcome and speed round questions. (4:00) Do extrinsic incentives always suppress intrinsic motivation? (9:41) Does post incentive disengagement actually happen? (16:59) The surprising effect of big incentives. (22:42) Real world experiences of incentives. (25:03) Can we design incentives that improve post reward performance? (31:40) What is more motivating - flat fee payment schemes or rate based payment scheme? (38:57) Does Indranil use music as motivation? (43:18) Grooving Session with Kurt and Tim on rewards and motivation. © 2022 Behavioral Grooves Links Goswami I, Urminsky O (2017) The dynamic effect of incentives on postreward task engagement: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28054810/ Daniel Kahneman: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daniel_Kahneman Dan Ariely: https://danariely.com/ Eisenberger, R., & Cameron, J. (1996) Detrimental effects of reward: Reality or myth? https://doi.org/10.1037/0003-066X.51.11.1153 Dan Ariely, Uri Gneezy, George Loewenstein, Nina Mazar (2009) Large Stakes and Big Mistakes: https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1467-937X.2009.00534.x Episode 106, Jana Gallus: The Role of Precision in Incentives: https://behavioralgrooves.com/episode/jana-gallus-the-role-of-precision-in-incentives/ Goswami, Indranil and Urminsky, Oleg (2018). Don't Fear the Meter: How Longer Time Limits Yield Biased Preferences for Flat Fee Contracts: http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3448174 Episode 71, Alex Imas: Clawback Incentives and Tom Waits: https://behavioralgrooves.com/episode/alex-imas-clawback-incentives-and-tom-waits/ Behavioral Grooves Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/behavioralgrooves Musical Links Ravi Shankar “The Spirit of India”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gMk2eTqPLWk
This week's guest, writer/drummer S.W. Lauden, first wrote about NY band Fountains Of Wayne in the book 'Go All The Way: A Literary Appreciation of Power Pop'. During that time, he listened to their third - and breakout - album 'Welcome Interstate Managers' for months on repeat, and eventually formulated a theory that it's actually a sly, sophisticated Gen-X concept album. To be clear, this is solely HIS theory. Nonetheless, it lent itself to a really fun conversation, and the pure-pop mastery of Chris Collingwood and Adam Schlesinger's songs cannot be denied! Songs featured in this episode: Valley Winter Song - Fountains Of Wayne (NPR Tiny Desk Concert); Next Aquarius - The Brothers Steve; Go All The Way - Raspberries; Radiation Vibe - Fountains Of Wayne; Fight Test - The Flaming Lips; That Thing You Do - The Wonders; Mexican Wine, Bright Future In Sales, Stacy's Mom - Fountains Of Wayne; Buddy Holly - Weezer, Just What I Needed - The Cars; Hackensack - Fountains Of Wayne; Hackensack - Katy Perry (Live MTV Unplugged, 2009); No Better Place, Valley Winter Song, All Kinds Of Time - Fountains Of Wayne; Rock-n-Roll Star - Oasis; Little Red Light, Hey Julie, Fire Island, Bought For A Song, Supercollider, Yours And Mine, Elevator Up - Fountains Of Wayne; Popular - Nada Surf; Hackensack - Fountains Of Wayne (Live Jersey 4 Jersey feat. Sharon Van Etten)
On today's Drive By, Chris and Coach Christian help a Service Advisor who struggles with their manager. It's important to focus on yourself and improving what you have power with rather than wasting time on something you can't change and expecting different results. Special Discount on Our OnDemand Training - https://bit.ly/Ondemand-Special-offer Schedule a 15-minute intro call with our team to find out how Chris Collins Signature Coaching can grow your bottom line. http://bit.ly/CCIschedule Got a question? Call us at 1-833-3-ASK-SDR Grab our best selling books for your team: Your 90-Day roadmap to your best Fixed-Ops month ever starts here: http://bit.ly/ISM_yt Millionaire Service Advisor also includes our 11-step Circle of Trust System: http://bit.ly/MSA_yt Join our Facebook Groups: For Fixed Ops -- http://bit.ly/YTfixedopsgroup For Independent Shop Owners -- http://bit.ly/YTRSOSgroup
In this week's episode of PorchTlk Ezra, Eric, and Morgan talk about: Pre First Topics: Ezra moved to charlotte, Eric is on the verge of making a hit song, and Eric has a big announcement for 2023: (3:22) Morgan exposing people: (21:31) Employee vs employer Starbucks showdown: (38:17) PorchTlk Sports Talk: Deshaun Watson suspension: (55:01) Top 5 Overrated foods (1:03:05) Music & TV Recommendations: (1:11:42) All the links you could ever need!: https://linktr.ee/porchtlk Merch Link: https://porchtalk.creator-spring.com/
It happened in the Obama administration and again during the Trump administration. The IRS appearing to engage in politically influenced activities. Earlier it was denying tax exemptions to conservative non-profits. Then it was audits of people not favored by the White House. For how audits are supposed to work, and mainly do, Federal Drive host Tom Temin spoke with the president of the Professional Managers Association, Chad Hooper.
Hello and welcome to the new episode of the Risk Management Show brought to you by Global Risk Community. We spoke with Adrianus Warmenhoven a Defensive Strategist and Threat Intelligence Manager at Nord Security. Here are some major points that we have discussed. Some actionable tips on preventing businesses from cyber attacks, keeping their employees safe, providing device security, What are the major scams right now and how to avoid them? What is a VPN and how does it work? What is the CEO fraud? Examples of the Impact on businesses when it is hit by ransomware How companies can protect themselves from ransomware Important privacy issues and more... If you want to be our guest, or you know some one who would be a great guest on our show, just send your email to firstname.lastname@example.org with a subject line “Global Risk Community Show” and give a brief explanation of what topic you would like to to talk about and we will be in touch with you asap.
Shitosh Parajuli joins from Seattle, WA, USA, to talk about his sudden rise from a global rank of 253407 to 27233 over the last two seasons in the most popular Fantasy Premier League. FPL is an online drafting game from the English Premier League that casts fans as Fantasy managers of Premier League players. Managers then pick a squad of 15 players with a budget of £100m who score points for the team based on their real-life performances in the Premier League. On average, there are 9 million players who register for the FPL. In this episode, Shitosh shares lessons he learned in the last 1.5 years to experiment in the 2021/22 season that saw him finish 27233. The self-proclaimed “special one” FPL manager debunks common pitfalls that average FPL managers fall into when drafting their teams and suggests new trips, tricks, and tools that can take them to the next level in the leagues within their circles. At the end of the episode, Shitosh also reveals his FPL team for Gameweek 1. Shitosh's Previous Seasons: https://fantasy.premierleague.com/entry/156118/history Resources mentioned in the episode: Twitter: @BenCrellin (https://twitter.com/bencrellin) Price Change Predictor: http://www.fplstatistics.co.uk/Home/IndexAndroid FPL Team Planner: https://fpl.team Let's Talk FPL YT Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/LetsTalkFPL Disclaimer: Manasbi Chautaari is not affiliated with any of the links above, which are mentioned for informational purposes.
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The difficulties of possessing a business aren't generally about recruiting workers or fulfilling clients. In some cases, the battles are somewhat more private and the final product is normally the stress.It's difficult to consider yourself being a pioneer because the main individual you're driving is yourself. However, dealing with every day of your business won't set you up for development and achievement. You want to take a look at your business through an alternate focal point to accomplish the vision that made you start a new business in any case.A business needs bearing in the feeling of an objective or greater picture. This helps every individual who is engaged with the organization to feel like they are endeavoring towards an objective, and logic will make everybody included more useful. Providing guidance consistently is significant also.Everybody in an organization must be making progress toward an aggregate objective. The pioneer laid out this objective, yet in addition assists representatives in any capacity that the person in question with canning since everybody is pursuing to get good results.Key Questions:Virginia 1:13 How did you come out to be an entrepreneur and go out on your own?Virginia 3:40 What you are now like with developing the systems and the delegation and stuff like that?Virginia 6:58 So are there certain companies or niches that you focus on now?Virginia 16:38 So the clients that you're working with now, how do you get in front of them?Virginia 19:44 .Do you do anything with like posting on certain platforms or running ads or anything like that? Or is it just kind of putting yourself on other people's shows and then getting people that way?Virginia 21:49 What are some big goals that you're hoping to achieve in your company over the next year or two?Virginia 29:24 What's the best advice you've ever received?Virginia 30:05 What's the best advice that you've ever given?Learn more from the source!Bill RingleHome – Grow Business NowBill Ringle Info for InterviewersListen to his interviews on My Quest for the Best, the podcast for ambitious small business leaders: myquestforthebest.comFollow his updates on LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/billringleGet new insights on Twitter:BillRingleCheck out his Instagram:https://instagram.com/bill.ringle Virginia PurnellFunnel & Visibility SpecialistDistinct Digital Marketing(833) email@example.comBook a Free Call http://bit.ly/DDMBookACallEC
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Africa's wildlife parks managers meet to boost conservation, plus Pennsylvania appeals court order blocking climate plan, and PA Gov. Wolf vetoes bid to block all-electric building codes.
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Publisher Kris Millegan speaks with Dr. Ian Waitt about the history of management, the pioneer Sir Ambrose Crowley, Ian's upcoming book, MANAGEMENT FOUNDATIONS, and the grain industry's chaos (and the hunger that might ensue).Ian has provided trade, business, education and political consultancy to clients around the world, including governments in Asia, Africa and Europe, along with companies in the UK and North America. He is also the founder, director & chairman of the Institute for Business Development Holdings Ltd. and a writer, lecturer, and research historian.
In this episode, Rob had an Interview with me to talk about my great experience in using a Net Promoter Score in growing a small business. Net Promoter Score is a great tool that can be used in a business to help gauge customer loyalty. Growing a small business requires monitoring your service to your customers and gaining their trust. So I say, “NPS is an important metric to make sure that our customers are happy.” This Cast Covers: A great tool that can be used in a business to help gauge customer loyalty. Running a quarterly anonymous team survey. Measuring teams' satisfaction. Helping entrepreneurs learn more about how NPS works. Learning the benefits of using NPS. Learning how to make your customers happy with your service. Quotes: “See how happy people are at the business and what the cultures like.” —Troy Trewin “Measure your team satisfaction.” —Troy Trewin “NPS score gives you that overall benchmark as to where you're sitting.” —Rob Cameron Music from https://filmmusic.io “Cold Funk” by Kevin MacLeod https://incompetech.com. License: CC by http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0
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Over the last six months we have been getting a steady stream of enquiry for leadership training. Covid induced working from home situations has revealed the gaps in the leadership abilities of people who are managers. The two roles are actually different, but usually companies conflate them, to expect their managers to also be leading. Did they give them any training to make this leap? No. Yet they complain about their leaders are only managers and are not doing a good enough job. There have also been cases where people have been elevated into supervisory roles or leadership roles from the ranks. Not only no training, there has been little or no OJT, the On the Job Training, which has been the core of all corporate training in Japan since the start of the post war period. Onboarding and on the job training have been impacted by Covid because people are working from home. Managers are focused on processes. There are various interlocking processes within modern work which require one piece of work to do be done on time in order for the related segment of the task to start. Managers are keeping an eye on deadlines, to make sure things are in tandem and working smoothly. There are also costs to be monitored and managers are closely watching the budget expenditure to make sure projects and work do not blow up the budget allocations. Quality of work too is an obvious one for managers to focus on. Rework is expensive in time terms and often in money terms too. For many managers this is enough to keep them super busy already, without having to add on top additional leadership responsibilities. Japan is a no defect work culture, so managers are keen to be recognised as people who make sure there are no problems and no issues in their section. That means a forensic investigation of the processes under their supervision. Leadership is really about two additional tasks – developing people and setting the strategy. In most cases the broader strategy will be set by the most senior leaders at the very top of the pyramid, but for each division and section, there is a need to interpret that strategy at the coal face level. This is the leader's job for those further down the food chain. How can they adapt the broader corporate strategy to the piece of the machinery of the organisation which they control. How to get their people fully onboard with the broader strategy and then the micro strategy piece, whose implementation they control. Often in organisations, there are framed versions of the Vision, Mission and Values protected behind glass and sitting there becoming dust catchers. Nobody can remember them, let alone live them. That is unless the leader makes them come alive. Ricco de Blanc opened the Ritz Carlton Hotels in Osaka and Tokyo. He passed away a few years ago, quite young, so a great loss. I remember I attended a talk he gave for a Chamber of Commerce in Osaka, about the Ritz Carlton's twelve Principles of Customer Service. I was so impressed, that a few years later I had him come and give that talk to my colleagues at the Shinsei Retail Bank and convinced my boss to send to me to Washington DC to attend the Ritz's training center. When I returned I adapted those ideas to create a similar set of customer service principles for the retail banking business at Shinsei. The secret sauce from Ritz Carlton was that they made these principles the center piece of their culture and everyday, in every location around the world, each shift would start the day by reviewing the same principle of that day. In this way they made the ideas come alive and that is what we do every morning in our organisation. We have what we call the Daily Dale and we go through the Vision, Mission, Values and the principle of that day, from the Dale Carnegie human relations and stress management principles. We make these ideas come alive so that our team can remember them in order to be able to live them. The other task of the leader is developing people. This means making the time to coach people. Busy managers and leaders are challenged in this regard. Technology has not given us more time, but it has given us more work to get done. One of the casualties is coaching of staff. If we look at the diaries of those in leadership positions and you extract the giving of commands to subordinates, the amount of time spent in real coaching will be captured in nanoseconds. The remote work environment just adds to the complexities such that there is very little actual coaching going on in Japan these days. Well, that is certainly what our clients are complaining to us about at least. Maybe your organisation is different, a veritable paragon of boss coaching of subordinates heaven, but somehow, I doubt it. Boss communication skills are another challenge. Finding out what motivates subordinates and then communicating with them along those lines is not easy. It takes time to understand what their changing needs are and it requires excellent persuasion skills on the part of the boss to communicate that the organisation's objectives and their objectives are in alignment. Motivating us others is a misnomer, because we cannot motivate anyone but ourselves. What we need to do though is build a culture and environment, where people are able to motivate themselves to do good work. The leader has to manage the processes, set the strategy and build the people. If that is only happening in your rival's shop and not in yours then long term your organisation will lose. The whole war for talent in Japan makes this people part even more important and urgent. Expect to see staff deserting middle managers and only staying with middle level leaders. There is a world of difference as we have seen between the two.
Adam and Nicole discuss Elvis and how the music industry is plagued by shady managers and unfair contracts even to this day. We both appreciated Austin Butler's performance as Elvis but found the early part of the movie technically problematic. We delve into how prevalent shady managers and unfair contracts still are in the music industry. Adam recommends Lapvona by Otessa Moshfegh and Nicole recommends American Scandal's series on payola. Website Store YouTube Twitter Facebook Group Page
The Athletic's Adam Hurrey, Charlie Eccleshare and David Walker are reunited for the Adjudication Panel. On the agenda this week: the footballing implications of the phrase "whisper it (quietly) but...", the Big Premier League "Manager or Head Coach" Quiz for 2022-23, the slightly fictional-sounding ex-Serie A journeyman now playing in the tenth tier of English football and the definitive "breath of fresh air" team in Premier League history Meanwhile, Charlie reports from Seoul on how former Leeds and Manchester United ball of fury Alan Smith helped create an everyday Korean cliché. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Meri Williams, one of the most inspiring engineering leaders in the world, joins us for a discussion on managers vs. leaders, coaching vs. mentoring, how leaders can advise team members from different backgrounds, and the power of sponsorship. Deep dive into the topics discussed in this episode at go.developingleadership.co/ep24 Join the discussion and follow us on twitter @ devleadership_ Developing Leadership is a podcast presented by Athenian. We are introducing the world of engineering to metrics and data that improve processes and help teams. If you want to learn more about data-enabled engineering, go to athenian.com
Many South Africans flock to London, either in search of increasingly greener pastures for their professional careers or if younger for an intended two or three year stint before returning to SA. Many of those South Africans in the latter category, however, end up staying in England, particularly due to the rapidly decreasing stability in their homeland. BizNews founder Alec Hogg spoke to one such individual, Mark Perchtold, whose short stint turned into a whole new trajectory when he found himself in a really good job. Almost 18 years later, Perchtold is now a Director at Omba Advisory & Investments Ltd. In an informative interview, Perchtold explained how at Omba, “we're not passive managers, we're active managers, we express active views, but our tool set is the ETFs.” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It's the end of an era as Brian Cody calls it a day on his management of the Kilkenny hurlers. On Gift Grub this morning, Brian assisted the Kilkenny County Board with choosing his replacement. Davy Fitz, John Mullane and Henry Shefflin were among the applicants and Cody made sure to give them a grilling!
Over 80% of people from the front lines to the C-Suite point to ineffective communication as a root cause of many team project failures. And the migration to more remote and hybrid workplace setups isn't making things any easier! To help you up your game we've brought in Richard Newman, founder of Body Talk and author of “You Were Born to Speak”, to show us how leaders and managers can add some practical and powerful storytelling techniques that can dramatically improve communication, teamwork and productivity. Storytelling is simply the way the human brain wants to receive information, so sharpening your storytelling skills is a real game changer. Richard gives us strategies to leverage the three major areas of communication: nonverbal (body language & tone of voice), content (the story & visual aids), and mindset (preparation & framework). You'll soon find yourself moving people to action by engaging the survival mind, emotional mind, and logical mind. Please click the button to subscribe so you don't miss any episodes and leave a review if your favorite podcast app has that ability. Thank you! For transcripts and other available downloads, please visit the BetterManager website. https://bit.ly/bettermanager-e56-ls © 2022 BetterManager
An interview with Beth Cohn Ph.D. The pandemic pushed us forward in a number of ways when it comes to leadership, management, and relationships with employees. Those who did not learn from it will soon be wondering where their employees and company went. This compelling interview with Beth Banks Cohn reveals some of the key ideas that astute managers should have taken away from the past two years. Teams, productivity, and trust – it all changed, and it's not too late for you to catch up.
Depuis des années, je conseille des managers ; pendant des années, j'ai moi-même été manager et aujourd'hui, je fais des conférences et j'écris des livres à ce sujet. Cependant, aujourd'hui, j'ai reçu le message d'un jeune manager qui était un tantinet en panique devant ses nouvelles responsabilités et qui m'a posé une question toute simple : si vous deviez me donner des conseils sur ce que je dois faire chaque jour avec mon équipe pour être un bon manager, que me diriez-vous ?Ma réponse dans cet épisode !Et découvrez tous mes contenus (vidéos, articles, tests de personnalité en vous rendant sur mon blog : www.gchatelain.comSoutenez ce podcast http://supporter.acast.com/happy-work. Voir Acast.com/privacy pour les informations sur la vie privée et l'opt-out.
Happy Ask the Manager Monday where Monday is the new ... Wednesday. Managers @undergaro @thekelseymeyer and @poojanayyarr are in the back office ready to answer your questions like…How do I stay positive and hopefully about an unknown future? What is one thing you'd do differently with your life if given the opportunity? Is it possible to re-charge after you're burnt out? All this and more to start your week right!
This is the link to the Brainstorm Infographic used in the podcast, and at the end of the page is the link to buy a bottle of the great whisky we taste in this podcast, sponsored by Braeburn Whisky.BrainStorm - 33 Ways To Unlock More Software Value.Steve and Marijn took this sheet and pulled numbers from a bag to select random values to apply to the Values sheet provided by Brainstorm Inc. Use Polls: Marijn immediately thinks Dancing Poles and Steve reminds every one of their brilliant ideas to create a Gentlemen's Club together mode image. Microsoft have just released a new update to make it easier for polls to be included in meetings.Build Activities: Steve Takes this as an opportunity to consider gamification and the various performance scores available from Microsoft. They are all activity-based actions that generate indications that the tools are being used and actions are being taken byExplain Why the Change: Reference is made to the SouthCoast Summit where Steve and Marijn will be running a workshop at this event on Saturday 15th OctoberBring in an Expert: Bring in an Expert or call a friend was referenced and Steve has an opportunity to make his favourite Experts quote (listen to check it out) These people bring in their experience and ability to lead but Steve turns this around a little by saying for a M365 Project The Business are the experts!Be available for Help: Being available is possibly the best way to add value to the business. Steve asks Marijn how he ensures people have access to the resources that deliver success. A single point of contact is crucial for value which can be an email address or a SharePoint site or regular AMA sessions.Learn what your users need: Understand the User stories from a deep dive into the business getting to the coal face and describing what the users want to have delivered that will deliver value. Marijn described an approach used previous with a Mnemonic based on a Spy, in Dutch.Finally, Marijn points out that the value is what the user NEEDS not what IT thinks they want!Digitize Training: Marijn talks about learning pathways and Steve points out that the same courses are available in Viva Learning, so they are available in SharePoint and in MS Teams… Steve shares a few nuggets from Viva Learning and Marijn gets distracted by a ringing phone and cuts off the girlfriend… but I am a witness we are recording.Gather Feedback: It does not matter what the feedback is, just continue to get feedback. Steve suggests that you should kick off as early as possible with a poll before your awareness campaign kicks off to confirmPersonalise your Training: This about sing the Audience features to suggest training across the business. Think about the matrix of Role v Skills so that Managers do not need to know how to create a page, but it would be good for them to understand how audiences work. However, both need to understand pages and how they work.Custom videos or page instructions for the ‘feel' of the company so that they have customise training branded for the company that feels a little special.Our Sponsor Braeburn Whisky is described and of course Steve and Marijn have invested with Braeburn with 3 barrels between them already to do some cool things with
We have dedicated courses and CallTalk episodes on coaching for agents - an important topic indeed. However, contact center managers need coaching as well - - coaching that may go beyond the training curricula that are in the market. Tune in to this episode of CallTalk for some real insights on how you, as a manager, can benefit from coaching. Guest: Mitchell Levy | Author, Speaker, Global Credibility Expert Global Credibility Expert Mitchell Levy is a 2x TEDx speaker and international bestselling author of over 60 books. After interviewing 500 thought leaders on credibility, he created the Credibility Nation community, published a 5-country international bestselling book, delivered a TEDx, created courses, and is working on getting the definition of credibility rewritten in the dictionary. He's an accomplished Entrepreneur who has created twenty businesses in Silicon Valley including four publishing companies that have published over 750 books. He's provided strategic consulting to hundreds of companies and has been the chairman of a board of a NASDAQ-listed company. Mitchell has been happily married for thirty-one years and prior to covid-19, regularly spent four weeks a year in Europe with family and friends.
In this episode of the Culture First Podcast Damon sits down with Professor Jane Burns and Adam Smiley Poswolsky to discuss how to talk about mental health in the workplace.Professor Burns is a Board Member of the NDIA, Committee Chair at Open Arms Veterans & Families Counseling and formerly involved in Streat and Beyond Blue. Adam is a keynote speaker on workplace belonging and the future of work as well as the author of Friendship in the Age of Loneliness. He also writes for Harvard Business Review and his TED talks have amassed over 2 million views.In this episode you'll learn:The foundational level of knowledge everyone needs to understand a topic as complex as mental healthWhat the research is showing us when it comes to the global loneliness epidemicWhat role does the organization and company culture play in positively and negatively impacting mental healthHow a manager can play a critical role in supporting the mental health of their teamThe questions you can ask your team members to better support them to talk about mental healthThis is an incredibly important episode and one that we hope gives you a better understanding as well as practical actions to take to create mentally healthy workplaces.This is an incredibly important episode and one that we hope gives you a better understanding as well as practical actions to take to create mentally healthy workplaces. If you or someone you know needs help, please use the following resources as a guide. If you or someone else is in immediate danger, please call the emergency services in your local area.Mental health resources: This page contains a wide range of mental health services around the world.https://www.wearespur.com/org/mentalhealthhub Culture First Global 2022To hear more stories from Culture First Leaders make sure that you register to join us at Culture First Global. Culture First is a series of free virtual experiences exploring how culture, science, and innovation can guide organizations, leaders, and teams through the challenges and towards the opportunities of reworking work for everyone. Get your free ticket here.
Beyonce has finally joined TikTok, but the real story here is how TikTok's beating Google. The NYTimes and Hasbro are turning Wordle into a physical board game, because they're playing chess while their copycats play checkers. And Big Tech's management style is taking a page from old school Jack Welch: Less “Cool Mom,” more “Hunger Games.” $HAS $NYT $GOOG $META Follow The Best One Yet on Instagram, Twitter, and Tiktok: @tboypod And now watch us on Youtube Want a Shoutout on the pod? Fill out this form Got the Best Fact Yet? We got a form for that too Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Download the “65 Investment Terms You MUST Know to Reach Your Financial Goals In The Shortest Time Possible” for FREE by going to https://TodaysMarketExplained.com/ Robert Barone founded Universal value Advisors (UVA) in 2005. He is currently the firm's economist as well as a wealth and portfolio manager. Mr. Barone holds a Ph.D. in economics (Georgetown University) and is nationally known for his blogs, many of which are posted on TheStreet.com, at the Minyanville blog site, or at Forbes. He is often quoted in the financial press, and writes a column every other week for Reno's local newspaper, the Reno Gazette-Journal. In his career, he has been a Professor of Finance (University of Nevada), a community bank CEO (Comstock Bancorp), a Director of the Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco where he served as its Chair in 2004, and is currently a Director of CSAA Insurance Company (a AAA Insurance Company) where he chairs the Finance and Investment Committee. In 2007-2009 he served as Chairman of the Board for that entity. He also currently sits on the Boards of AAA Northern California, Nevada, and Utah (the AAA Auto club) and Allied Mineral Products, Columbus, OH, America's strongest refractory company. Joshua Barone is an Investment Advisor at FourStar Wealth Advisors in Reno, NV. He brings over 20 years of experience in investment management to the FourStar team. At FourStar Joshua is responsible for asset selection on over 100 million dollars of the firm's assets. Joshua is also the managing member and Chief Investment Officer of Universal Value Advisors, a Reno NV based RIA established in 2005. Universal Value Advisors is the sub-advisor to the ETF named UVA Unconstrained Immediate Term Income Fund (FFIU) which is traded on the NYSE. Prior to the establishment of Universal Value Advisors, Joshua was a co-founder of Adagio Trust Company and was a senior analyst and portfolio manager for that company during the years of 2000-2005. Joshua has also been a M&A analyst in the banking arena, analyzing potential purchases of small institutions by larger ones. He also briefly worked for Liberty Mutual and New York Life Insurance Companies. Joshua has been published in the Street, Forbes, Northern Nevada Business Weekly. Joshua has also been featured in Fast Company Magazine. Follow TME on TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@TodaysMarketExplained Follow TME on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/TodaysMarketExplained Subscribe on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYjCaTkX698mc6yAFaFz4tg Website: https://todaysmarketexplained.com/ DISCLAIMER: This podcast is provided by FourStar Wealth Advisors for the general public and general information purposes only. This content is not considered to be an offer to buy or sell any securities or investments. Investing involves the risk of loss and an investor should be prepared to bear potential losses. Investment should only be made after thorough review with your investment advisor considering all factors including personal goals, needs and risk tolerance. FourStar is an SEC registered investment advisor that maintains a principal business in the state of Illinois. The firm may only transact business in states in which it has filed or qualifies for a corresponding exemption from such requirements. For information about FourStar's registration status and business operations please consult the firm's form ADV disclosure documents, the most recent versions of which are available on the SEC investment advisory public disclosure website at www.adviserinfo.sec.gov
Founder& CEO of Ovation, Kerri has trained hundreds of business professionals internationally. Her enthusiasm, humor, and energy inspires multiple repeat client engagements. Kerri is a Professional Speech Writer & an Emotional Intelligence Expert. Kerri's first book, Presentation Skills for Managers, is available now from McGraw-Hill. Let's see how she Get up, Dress up, and Show up! CONNECT WITH HER https://www.getovation.com/ Subscribe to this channel now! https://www.youtube.com/user/lunidelouis/?sub_confirmation=1 ---------------------------------------------------- Join our exclusive Facebook group @ https://www.facebook.com/groups/339709559955223 --------------------------------------------------- Looking for accountability to do your morning routine -- join us tomorrow morning, it's FREE: https://bestmorningroutineever.com/ -----------------------------------------------------
Manager and Leader Abstract Greg and Fred discuss the importance of management and leadership. They cover the similarities and differences between the two. Key Points Join Greg and Fred as they discuss the future of management and leadership. Both have changed radically following Covid. This is important because in today’s ‘great resignation’ workers are leaving […] The post SOR 775 Manager and Leader appeared first on Accendo Reliability.
Welcome to Reimagining Company Culture, a series discussing emerging trends and priorities shaping the future of workplace culture and employee wellbeing. We highlight thought leaders who are constantly evolving their strategy and can provide insight to folks about how to address new business challenges. AllVoices is on a mission to create safe, happy, and healthy workplaces for all, and we're excited to learn from experts who share our mission. In this episode of Reimagining Company Culture, we're chatting with Missy Waggoner, Chief People Officer at Apptio. With more than 20 years of dynamic human resource and talent management experience, Missy possesses a true passion for the HR discipline.Tune in to learn Missy's thoughts on innovating in the people, culture, and diversity space, redefining employee engagement, investing in company growth, and more!About AllVoices In today's workforce, people often don't feel empowered to speak up and voice their opinions about workplace issues, including harassment, bias, and other culture issues. This prevents company leadership from making necessary changes, and prevents people from feeling fulfilled, recognized, and included at work. At AllVoices, we want to change that by providing a completely safe, anonymous way for people to report issues directly to company leaders. This allows company leadership real transparency into what's happening in their companies—and the motivation to address issues quickly. Our goal is to help create safer, more inclusive companies.
Jonas Bordo is the CEO and Co-Founder of Dwellsy, a free rental listing site where owners and property managers can get high quality leads for free and where renters can find a rental and make it home.In Dwellsy, Renters should be able to find ALL of the rentals, all in ONE place. They should be able to trust that a listing is not fraudulent. And they should be able to quickly distill down to rentals that meet their preferences -- not be driven toward irrelevant listings from paid placement. Owners and Managers should be able to list and lease their vacant units for free. In this episode, Jonas will share why he believes this is great platform to list your rentals and get true results for owners. This can be from single family home to large apartments. CONNECT WITH JONAS BORDOEmail: email@example.comWebsite: DwellsyCONNECT WITH JONATHANTo connect with Jonathan, you can send email at firstname.lastname@example.org or schedule a time to chat.To learn more about real estate investment opportunities, join the Greystone Capital Investor Network.Thanks for listening and until next time, keep building wealth in Commercial Real Estate!
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After taking over his dad's company, Tom Safford exploded the business by expanding to 370 additional offices. As the leader of 16,000 employees, Tom has helped to lead many to success. His company helps to lead families to be debt-free. • Winning is a state of mind and is available to everyone. • Grew up at conventions spending time with adults. • Understand where you're an expert and where you need help. • You need infrastructure to build a business. • Biggest lesson – Learning to deal with an emotional roller coaster. • Don't pay attention to the blowup part – focus on the lesson of the event. • You can't expect what you don't inspect. TIME-STAMPED SHOW NOTES: [4:31] What part? [9:37] As close to perfect as possible. [15:05] Expectation level changes. For priceless insights, check out WEIDELONWINNING.COM To stay in touch with me follow on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/larryweidel/ Facebook: https://bit.ly/34c4Ul1 Twitter: https://twitter.com/larryweidel Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/larryweidel/ Subscribe to my Youtube channel for more! https://www.youtube.com/c/WeidelOnWinning
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To follow up our recent podcast discussing the future concerns in land management, it's only fair if we discuss the things that are looking up! So we breakdown 5 positives changes we seen that will impact our future as landowners and managers. Topics such as the rise in outdoor media and ability to share outdoor research has drastically increased the spread of good information. Hunter selectivity has without a doubt been greatly improved over the last few decades. The awareness of land ethic and ecological based habitat management has also been on the rise! Sit back and enjoy this podcast! Let us know what else you've seen in your neck of the woods that has impacted Creation in a positive way.