Katharina Krentz: "Working out Loud"-Podcasts mit ihr kennt wohl fast jeder L&D Professional. Sie ist die Frau, die die Methode von John Stepper bei Bosch nach Deutschland brachte. Mit „Connecting Humans“ unterstützt sie allerdings neben Working out Loud auch ganz generell New Work Themen. Die schöne neue Arbeitswelt ist momentan in aller Munde und ich möchte von Katharina Krentz wissen, wie Arbeitgeber sexy bleiben können, wenn alle nur noch von zuhause arbeiten. Fragen: 00:48 Katharina, Du hast 2015 die Working out Loud-Methode erfolgreich bei der Robert Bosch GmbH eingesetzt. Mittlerweile hast Du unzählige Interviews dazu gegeben. Nervt Dich WOL schon? 01:37 Viele bemängeln, dass New Work oft nur mit Remote Arbeit und vielleicht noch flexiblen Arbeitszeitmodellen gleichgesetzt wird. Was bedeutet für dich New Work? 03:15 Was sind individuelle Ansatzpunkte, um mehr Sinn und Erfüllung in der eigenen Arbeit zu erleben? 04:30 Wenn ich nun zur Arbeitgeberseite schwenke: Wie kann New Work gerade in Bereichen aussehen, wo beispielsweise Fertigungsstraßen effizient ausgenutzt werden müssen und Schichtbetrieb notwendig ist? 06:15 In einem Interview mit Thyssenkrupp habe ich kürzlich gelesen, die Fabrikarbeiter wären schon froh, wenn sie sich ihre Schichten selbstorganisiert einteilen dürften, aber die Führungskräfte funken oft dazwischen. Wie kann New Work konkret in der Fabrik gelebt werden? 08:11 Lange wurden Kickertische und Obstkörbe gefeiert. Wie nachhaltig sind solche Maßnahmen, um MA zu binden? Bzw. an welcher Stelle des Talent Management Prozesses sind sie gut - beim Recruiting in der Stellenanzeige oder beim Onboarding, um Kollegen kennenzulernen? 09:55 Anderes Beispiel: Eine Firma, die vor allem vom freundschaftlichen oder sogar familiären Miteinander der Arbeitnehmer profitiert hat - man hat 50 Mitarbeiter, Durchschnittsalter um die 30, man hat zusammen Mittagessen gekocht, ist abends ein Bierchen heben gegangen… In den vergangenen 2 Jahren hat man sich etwas verloren, einige wichtige Mitarbeiter sind gegangen, alle wollen eigentlich nur noch remote arbeiten, sind teilweise auf Workaction, zurück aufs Land gezogen… Das familiäre Feeling geht dahin und die kleine Firma hat nun ein Attraktivitätsproblem. Was kann sie tun? 13:33 Aktuell wird in vielen Firmen in Großbritannien die 4 Tage Woche pilotiert. Wie stehst Du diesem Versuch gegenüber, wie kann man plötzlich an 4 Tagen das schaffen, wofür man vorher 8 Stunden mehr hatte? Vor einer guten Woche hat sich dagegen der Präsident des Bundesverbands der Deutschen Industrie Siegfried Russwurm für eine optionale 42-Stunden-Woche ausgesprochen. Das heißt: Wer will arbeitet 2 Std. mehr pro Woche – und kriegt auch entsprechend mehr Gehalt. Wie stehst Du diesen beiden Konzepten gegenüber? 16:55 Gibt es Vorbilder aus Deutschland oder international, die New Work Aushängeschilder für dich sind? 18:07 Was ist bei dir demnächst geplant? Viel Spaß mit dem Talk als Podcast, gerne abonnieren und später anhören: https://www.lerneningeil.de/podcast Der Talk als Video: https://www.lerneningeil.de/videoblog John Steppers Buch "Working Out Loud: Damit Verbundenheit, Vertrauen und Gemeinschaft wachsen können" - die deutsche Version auf Amazon *: https://amzn.to/3mrDnUC" 50 Facts about Jennifer" - meine Working out Loud-Erfahrung auf LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/posts/jenniferwithelm_wol-challenge-week-5-50-facts-about-activity-6702552103333765121-iz4X * Es handelt sich um einen Affiliate Link. Beim Kauf des Produkts über diesen Link erhalte ich als Blogbetreiberin eine minimale Provision, über die ich mich sehr freuen würde. Es fallen keine Zusatzkosten für Dich an. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lerneningeil/message
This episode features an interview with Erin Pryor, Executive Vice President, Chief Marketing Officer and Client Experience at First Horizon Bank. Erin has 20 years of experience under her belt in the finance, banking, and media industries. Her specialties include brand marketing, digital marketing and innovation, and social media marketing.In this episode, Erin shares how building connected experiences for customers through data is critical to the banking ecosystem. She also dives into client onboarding and the generation that, surprisingly, wants to visit their local bank branch.-------------------Key Takeaways:It's critical that marketing teams are aligned with business and sales team to create a connected customer experienceThere is always an opportunity to learn from your customer based on behaviors and demographics to segment the customer journey.Pay attention to the qualitative data, it might producing surprising insights-------------------“With banking, you've got so much data. We have more data on our customers and clients than any other industry because we have the behavioral data from how you spend your money, how you're saving your money, where are you buying your homes, those types of things. And being able to rely stitch together a profile to know the client better and to be able to better serve them is going to be critical. So, the CDP with bringing together the zero, first, second, third party data and creating those profiles to then feed through into your CRM systems and into the marketing engine, really, I think puts you ahead of the game. Data is what everybody wants and really what makes the world go round today, especially from a marketer's standpoint. If you use the data right, you're really looking at how do you help the customer move forward and what are their life goals and how do you better lead them or encourage them to what's next." - Erin Pryor-------------------Episode Timestamps:*(02:44) - Erin's role at First Horizon Bank and her background*(06:04) - Comparisons between Erin's journalism and banking experiences*(08:37) - Top trends Erin is seeing in banking today *(12:24) - How data is impacting the customer journey experience at First Horizon*(18:06) - How Erin defines marketing vs. customer experience*(24:45) - How segmentation impacts the client journey *(30:22) - An example of another company doing it right with the customer journey (hint: it's Away)*(33:21) - Ending advice: surround yourself with a smart team of people-------------------Links:Connect with Erin on LinkedInConnect with Kailey on LinkedInVisit First Horizon's websiteLearn more about Caspian Studios
Shame on me for glossing over the subject and concept of Onboarding. I clarify what it is, how long it should last, what you should cover…and a whole lot more! And for those looking for more data points, here's the link to the Gallup article I referenced: https://bit.ly/GallupArticleOnboarding Be sure to join us Oct 5-7 for “Scaling from Clinician to CEO.” Here's the link:https://bit.ly/ScalingfromCliniciantoCEOSummit
In episode 50, Coffey talks with Leiza Dolghih about noncompete agreements; the recent scrutiny about the kinds of workers asked to sign noncompetes; the elements of enforceable noncompetes in Texas; the practicality of actually enforcing noncompetes; and the potential impact of a new hire's noncompete agreement with a previous employer.Good Morning, HR is brought to you by Imperative—premium background checks with fast and friendly service. For more information about our commitment to quality and excellent customer service, visit us at https://imperativeinfo.com. If you are an HRCI or SHRM-certified professional, this episode of Good Morning, HR has been pre-approved for half a recertification credit. To obtain the recertification information for this episode, visit https://goodmorninghr.com. About our Guest:Leiza Dolghih is the founder and managing partner of Dolghih Law Group. She is board certified in labor and employment law in Texas and represents both employers and employees. She has been selected to Best Lawyers under 40 by D Magazine four years in a row.Leiza Dolghih can be reached at www.northtexaslegalnews.com https://www.linkedin.com/in/leiza-dolghih/ https://twitter.com/TexasNonCompete https://www.facebook.com/DolghihLawGroup/ https://www.instagram.com/dolghihlawgroup/ About Mike Coffey:Mike Coffey is an entrepreneur, human resources professional, licensed private investigator, and HR consultant.In 1999, he founded Imperative, a background investigations firm helping risk-averse companies make well-informed decisions about the people they involve in their business.Today, Imperative serves hundreds of businesses across the US and, through its PFC Caregiver & Household Screening brand, many more private estates, family offices, and personal service agencies.Mike has been recognized as an Entrepreneur of Excellence and has twice been named HR Professional of the Year. Additionally, Imperative is included in the prestigious Best Places to Work in Texas list and has been named the Texas Association of Business' small business of the year.Mike is a member of the Fort Worth chapter of the Entrepreneurs' Organization and volunteers with the SHRM Texas State Council.Mike maintains his certification as a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) through the HR Certification Institute. He is also a SHRM Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP).Mike lives in Fort Worth with his very patient wife. He practices yoga and maintains a keto diet, about both of which he will gladly tell you way more than you want to know.Learning Objectives:1. Decide when the use of a noncompete agreement is appropriate.2. Understand the elements of an enforceable noncompete agreement in Texas.3. Understand the process for enforcing a noncompete in Texas.
Steigere deine Wirksamkeit im Verkauf: https://abouelela.com/ Nr. 131 – Recruiting und Onboarding bei der Telefónica Business Sales In der heutigen Folge der Sales Couch sind Lukas und Robin zu Gast. Die beiden bauen derzeit ihre Hunting Vertriebsteams bei der Telefónica Business Sales auf und sprechen mit mir über ihre Best Practices rund um die Themen Recruiting, Onboarding und KPIs. Mehr zu Lukas und Robin findest du hier: Podcast: https://salescirclepodcast.de Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/5Fb64PsvMsHiCw0SzCbwSx?si=hLGq-J-RSweUGXh6As_AhA&utm_source=copy-link Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/de/podcast/sales-circle/id1607569921 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/salescirclepodcast LinkedIn Lukas: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lukas-g%C3%B6tting-839b1a187 LinkedIn Robin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/robin-engelbrecht Mehr zu Tarek findest du unter: LinkedIN: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tarek-abouelela-a67a8417a Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tarek_abouelela/ Facebook: https://www.facebokk.com/abouelelaofficial/ Die Sales Couch – Exzellenz im Vertrieb mit Tarek Abouelela. In meinem Podcast verrate ich dir alle Learnings, Strategien und Techniken aus 30 Jahren Vertrieb und Unternehmertum. Ohne Verkaufen ist die beste Idee nichts wert! Daher freue ich mich, mittlerweile seit über zwei Jahrzehnten Menschen dabei zu unterstützen, ihre Wirksamkeit im Vertrieb zu steigern. In meiner Rolle verstehe ich mich dabei weniger als Trainer, sondern als Verkäufer, der andere Verkäufer inspiriert. Möchtest Du endlich erfolgreich Preise durchsetzen und der Rabattschlacht ein Ende setzen? Suchst Du nach wirkungsvollen Telefonleitfäden, um Deine Terminierungsquote auf das nächste Level zu heben? Und hast Du es satt, Dich von den immer und immer gleichen Einwänden abspeisen zu lassen? Dann bist du mit meiner Einwandbehandlung perfekt ausgerüstet! Getreu meinem Firmenclaim #wirmachenchampions, teile ich in diesem Podcast mit Dir die besten Strategien und Hacks, um Deiner Vertriebskarriere einen echten Erfolgsboost zu versetzen, Deinen Vertrieb zu verbessern und Deine Wirkung als Unternehmer zu erhöhen. Denn ich möchte dich dabei unterstützen, dein besseres Selbst zu jagen und mit dem richtigen Mindset über dich hinauszuwachsen, damit du all deine Ziele erreichst, mehr Erfolg bei der Gewinnung von Kunden hast und mehr Geld verdienst. Gesagt, getan, begeistert ist unser Anspruch und gleichzeitig unser Versprechen an Dich. In diesem Sinne wünsche ich Dir allzeit „fett Cäsh in the Täsch“ ;-) Ich freue mich jederzeit auf eine Nachricht von dir. Viele Grüße, Tarek INFO: Aufgewachsen in Ludwigsburg und Kopenhagen schloss Tarek Abouelela das Studium der Verwaltungswissenschaften an der Universität in Konstanz ab. Seine Leidenschaft für das Verkaufen und die Begeisterung andere mitzureißen, verhalfen ihm bereits während des Studiums zu einem der erfolgreichsten Verlagsbüros des Berufskunde-Verlages. Dort leitete er bis Ende 2017 den deutschlandweiten Vertrieb auf Mandatsbasis. Darüber hinaus ist Tarek Abouelela geschäftsführender Gesellschafter der LUDOKI GmbH, die 2010 das von ihm mitentwickelte Verkaufsspiel LUDOKI Sales auf den Markt gebracht hat. Mittlerweile bietet die LUDOKI GmbH mit Sitz in der Schweiz Trainern und Unternehmen 15 Entwicklungsspiele in Lizenz und als freie Version an. Tarek Abouelela lebt mit seiner Partnerin am Bodensee. Seinen Ausgleich findet er im Sport. Und nun wünsche ich dir viel Spaß bei der Sales Couch!
Segment 1: Tom Gimbel, founder and CEO of LaSalle Network, joins Jon to talk about the coming months / years turning to an employer-driven market and if that turn will change the future of remote work. Segment 2: Philippe Weiss, President, Seyfarth at Work, talks to Jon about the rise in staff onboarding errors being made by bosses and […]
In this episode of Chasing the Insights, I talk to promo and branding specialist Swire Ho. Swire talks to us about how we can create a unique onboarding experience for our customers or clients. Swire and his team successfully produced attractive, personalized DVD and CD cases and custom merchandise like T-shirts, earning a Score award in 2009, for small business success. His business eventually grew so popular that he decided to sell Hellman Production in 2013 to focus exclusively on the promotional product industry.
Remote work has fundamentally transformed many different kinds of businesses and employees. But it's made it difficult to build and maintain a healthy company culture. Erika Khanna joins the show to share her experience building a healthy remote-first culture, including practical tips you can put to work right away. In this episode we cover: The difference between remote vs asynchronous work General best practices for using Slack with colleagues The benefits and drawbacks of “core work hours” Balancing remote work and back to the office Onboarding in a remote environment Hiring for remote positions
El onboarding –o conjunto de acciones que acompañan al nuevo empleado en su inmersión en la organización- es un proceso crítico para que el engagement se materialice. Pero la realidad dice que no se le presta la atención que se merece. Por ejemplo, más del 40% de los nuevos empleados abandona en el primer mes y un 10% antes de su primer aniversario, según un estudio de Equifax Workforce Solutions y recogido en la revista Fast Company. La realidad es que de cómo esté diseñado el plan depende, en buena medida, cómo se identifiquen los recién incorporados con los objetivos corporativos, que se sienta seguro y pueda ofrecer su mejor versión profesional y personal. Comentar sobre la experiencia del empleado, se habla de onboarding y se habla de muchas cosas. Para hablar de ello, hoy contamos con Xavier Hernández, director de Montaner & Asociados, unidad de negocio de Montaner.Podcast ORH Futuro, con Maite Sáenz.
Bindu Thota is the new VP of Product at Stitch Fix, where she's focused on styling service in the product. Bindu has over 20 years of experience as a product and engineering leader. Before Stitch Fix, she spent two years at Meta building eCommerce through Marketplace. She also spent 5+ years at Zulily, focused on building high-scale services for Merchandising & Vendor platforms. Kevin and Bindu discuss what her experience has been like onboarding onto a new company as a Product Leader and take a deep dive into her Product Management career. Follow us on LinkedIn, Instagram, or Twitter & check out our website @ productcoffeepodcast.com ☕️ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/product-coffee/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/product-coffee/support
In today's installment of Freight Broker Boot Camp, I address one crucial lesson every freight broker needs to learn in order to become a successful business – customer retention. Often times new freight brokers give their undivided attention to customer acquisition and neglect the customers they worked so hard to acquire. In this episode, I share with you why retention is as, if not more, important than acquisition. Timestamps: [00:00] One lesson every freight broker needs to learn [00:44] Cheaper to keep an established customer than getting a new customer [01:39] High LTV [03:24] Retaining and building LTV [04:07] Customer retention vs customer acquisition [05:50] Cheaper to keep than to acquire [09:31] Onboarding and maintaining customer [10:01] If you're not growing, you're dying [11:07] Retention is the key [12:01] Subscribe, Rate & Review! ---------------------------------- If you enjoyed this episode, please RATE / REVIEW and SUBSCRIBE to ensure you never miss an episode. Connect w/ Dennis & Learn More! Connect with me on LinkedIn Learn to Become A Freight Broker/Agent in 30 Days or Less! Watch Freight Broker Training Videos FREE Recently Ranked "Top 30 Freight Podcast"
Brett welcomes Nathan Carnes, the newest Juice employee, to the podcast. Fresh out of college, Nathan just graduated with a Marketing Degree from Butler University. He shares what knowledge he learned in college is translating to the real world workplace. Nathan is excited to put his writing, graphic design, and creativity skills to use in this new role. 0:00 Intro 1:05 Conversation with Nathan 3:15 Working in office 5:50 Studying marketing in college 11:30 Using the platform 17:10 Creativity and writing 20:53 Advice to young marketer 22:56 Outro Join The JuiceSign up for The Blend (weekly newsletter from The Juice)Follow The Juice:| Website | Blog | Twitter | LinkedInFollow Nathan: | LinkedIn Follow Brett:| Twitter | LinkedIn | Creator Page
Sachin Patel and Joanna Sapir take you through a framework that she uses with her clients to help them attract their dream clients. Joanna tells how she went from schoolteacher to gym owner, to practice adviser and coach. She developed her business knowledge into a system for growing a practice successfully and realized she could coach others to grow their practices. There's a big difference between selling clients a session and committing them to a program to meet their health goals. You don't have to serve everyone, but you do want to serve the clients you can help get the best results. Joanna's system helps you to move clients through five phases of sales to onboarding and she has advice on how to keep a client on board. Listen in for encouraging advice on setting up your program for success. Key Takeaways: [1:03] Sachin welcomes listeners to Perfect Practice. Sachin introduces the conversation for today, about the framework Joanna Sapir uses with her practitioner clients to help them attract their dream clients who are committed to the care they are providing. [1:33] Sachin welcomes Joanna to the episode. Joanna tells how she became a practice advisor and coach. It started with opening a gym and strength training center, with no business knowledge! So many practitioners want to help people but they don't have a background in business. Joanna's gym took off fast. She was also a single mom of two young kids at the time. [3:50] Joanna had become sick from the stress so she decided to learn everything she could to build a sustainable business that she could sell and have exist in the community. It was a smooth transition from there to what Joanna does today, mentoring other practitioners to build their businesses. She helps practitioners to do what they do sustainably and profitably. [6:59] Joanna assures the listener that you can serve your clients deeply, you can make enough money, and you can have time for your self-care and your families. It is possible with the right systems and structures in your business. Sachin tells how he shuts off entrepreneurship at 5:00 to focus on fatherhood for his son. [8:29] Joanna teaches her clients: You don't need to work with everyone, just those who will benefit the most. When you know who your perfect clients are, design programs for them. Marketing and Sales are different and you need a process for each. Build a relationship and assess the needs through a sales process so you can direct them into the right program. [11:52] Joanna discusses the scarcity mindset that motivates practitioners to take on clients for the money that are not good fits. There's also a sense of worth and love from being needed and helping people. Instead of trying to serve everyone, think of your three clients that got the best results and look for the patterns. When you've had many clients, check the data for patterns. [14:51] Sachin shares an exercise from Frank Kern: If you only got paid when your ideal client got a result, and not before, how would you choose the client selection process? The better results we get for people, the more confidence and certainty we have. [18:13] A program is a commitment to take a journey together, not deciding on one session at a time. It changes so much about the energy. It's how you serve your clients more deeply. Joanna tells how she helps practitioners design programs. Reframe it as a journey to reach goals, not a package of sessions. [22:22] How does a practitioner know what programs to offer? Joanna explains how to offer different modalities for clients, but to start with one program for that one ideal client. One-on-one, there is always room for flexibility as they go. Design the program for what they need and develop the marketing and sales systems after that. [24:45] How do you get a program payment from someone who is used to paying for one session at a time? The key piece is the sales system with an in-depth consultation, including an assessment. In a program, the payment happens, so the people show up and do what they're supposed to do! [31:12] Sachin makes the argument for why case fees or program fees are the way to go for practitioners. He compares it to an all-inclusive tour or roofing a home. You pay once and you don't worry about paying every day. A program can be a one-on-one or a group program. [32:59] Joanna explains how marketing and sales differ. There is more to business than marketing. Marketing gets attention. Sales is the invitation to have a conversation about working together to meet goals. [36:33] Joanna outlines her five-stage sales system for brick-and-mortar practitioners. It's critical to go layers deep to find underlying goals and build a relationship. If they're a good fit for you, you will have high conversion rates in the process. [40:55] Joanna has her clients design an onboarding process with multiple touchpoints. It looks different, practice to practice. Onboarding transfers into Client Experience and Client Results including help between sessions. Sachin talks about heading off buyers' remorse and cites Joey Coleman's book, Never Lose a Customer Again. [44:04] Follow Joanna on her podcast, and check out her free Masterclass link below for Perfect Practice listeners. [45:39] Joanna's last thoughts: Make it a win-win with this system! Mentioned in this episode Perfect Practice Live Joanna Sapir Frank Kern Never Lose a Customer Again: Turn Any Sale into Lifelong Loyalty in 100 Days, by Joey Coleman More about today's guest Joanna Sapir My calling has always been to teach. I have a Master's Degree in Teaching and I was a high school teacher and teacher-educator for a decade. I founded, grew, and eventually sold a brick-and-mortar athletic training and wellness coaching business. That's where I first earned my business chops. Through multiple careers and phases of life, my purpose has always been the same: to help other people become agents of change in their own lives and the world. I work with practitioners that love helping their clients get real results, are excited by their work and are seeking actionable steps and proven processes to increase their income and impact now. I will help you each step of the way in developing a plan — from choosing your pricing and membership models, to marketing language, to a sales process for getting new clients. Podcast: The Business (R)evolution for Practitioners Website: JoannaSapir.com/clientchampion FREE masterclass for listeners! On LinkedIn: Joanna Sapir More about your host Sachin Patel How to speak with Sachin Go one step further and Become The Living Proof Perfect Practice Live email@example.com To set up a practice clarity call and opportunity audit Books by Sachin Patel: Perfect Practice: How to Build a Successful Functional Medical Business, Attract Your Ideal Patients, Serve Your Community and Get Paid What You're Worth The Motivation Molecule: The Biological Secrets To Eliminate Procrastination, Skyrocket Productivity, and Get Sh!t Done
Carrying On The Conversation about client acquisition systems that Wendy had with Michal and Ana Bohanes Do you have a system for onboarding and managing your clients? We hope you managed to catch the most recent episode of "Making Conversations Count" in which Wendy spoke to Alpha Lead Academy founders Michal and Ana Bohanes. We discuss our takeaways from the recent episode. When it comes to working with your clients, finessing your offering (the thing you do) is just the start. Everything needs to have a process. And that's exactly what husband and wife team Michal and Ana Bohanes help their clients to sort out. Wendy spoke with the pair on the most recent episode of Making Conversations Count. If you haven't yet heard it, drop everything, and click the episode link above to listen before you listen to this one! "Making Conversations Count" is an award-nominated podcast from WAG Associates' telemarketing trainer and telemarketing expert Wendy Harris. Missed our previous episodes? You can catch up with any of the other guests we've been making conversations count with, here: https://makingconversationscount.com/episodes/ On your mobile device? Hear them in your favourite platform (Apple or Spotify etc) here: https://makingconversationscount.studio/listen Once you've listened, remember to leave us a review! https://makingconversationscount.studio/Review-all-episodes You are following the show on socials, right? Only there will you see sneaky peaky teasers of the upcoming episodes, as well as updates and news on the show! Here are the links just in case you need them: Twitter Facebook Pinterest YouTube Instagram
The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency needs to move with more speed and urgency when it comes to talent management. That's the conclusion of CISA's Cybersecurity Advisory Committee. CISA is now considering a suite of recommendations from the committee on recruiting and hiring. For more, Federal News Network's Justin Doubleday.
In episode 49, Coffey talks with Joe Folkman about the factors affecting workplace trust. They discuss Joe's background as a psychometrician (psychologist who uses data to predict outcomes) who studies leadership; and the correlation between trust and leadership effectiveness; how expertise, consistency, and relationships affect trust; why leaders should be asking for feedback; six competencies leaders need to build and repair trust; and the surprising increase in trust during the pandemic.Mike referenced the Edelman Trust Index. You can find it here: https://www.edelman.com/trust/2022-trust-barometer Joe Folkman's new book, The Trifecta of Trust: The Proven Formula for Building and Restoring Trust, is available at: https://www.amazon.com/dp/163299528X/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_BZFQYAT8RVFKGWKX4W3V Good Morning, HR is brought to you by Imperative—premium background checks with fast and friendly service. For more information about our commitment to quality and excellent customer service, visit us at https://imperativeinfo.com. If you are an HRCI or SHRM-certified professional, this episode of Good Morning, HR has been pre-approved for three-quarters (.75) of a recertification credit. To obtain the recertification information for this episode, visit https://goodmorninghr.com. About our Guest:Joe Folkman is a globally renowned psychometrician, writer, and speaker on leadership, feedback, andindividual and organizational change. He designs unique surveys and assessments utilizing a database comprised of over a million assessments on over 100,000+ leaders. His clients include several Fortune100 firms, and the diversity of industries and business models has provided him with a powerful learning opportunity and an exceptional research base.He is the recipient of ATD's 2021 Distinguished Contribution to Talent Development Award and is thebest-selling author eleven books on leadership and feedback. Joe's writings and research have been featured frequently in several publications, including The Harvard Business Review, Forbes, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal's National Business Employment Weekly, Training and Development Magazine, and Talent Quarterly.Joe Folkman can be reached at:https://www.zengerfolkman.com https://www.linkedin.com/in/joe-folkman-4766813 https://twitter.com/joefolkman https://www.facebook.com/zengerfolkman About Mike Coffey:Mike Coffey is an entrepreneur, human resources professional, licensed private investigator, and HR consultant.In 1999, he founded Imperative, a background investigations firm helping risk-averse companies make well-informed decisions about the people they involve in their business.Today, Imperative serves hundreds of businesses across the US and, through its PFC Caregiver & Household Screening brand, many more private estates, family offices, and personal service agencies.Mike has been recognized as an Entrepreneur of Excellence and has twice been named HR Professional of the Year. Additionally, Imperative is included in the prestigious Best Places to Work in Texas list and has been named the Texas Association of Business' small business of the year.Mike is a member of the Fort Worth chapter of the Entrepreneurs' Organization and volunteers with the SHRM Texas State Council.Mike maintains his certification as a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) through the HR Certification Institute. He is also a SHRM Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP).Mike lives in Fort Worth with his very patient wife. He practices yoga and maintains a keto diet, about both of which he will gladly tell you way more than you want to know.Learning Objectives:1. Describe the correlation between trust and leadership effectiveness.2. Understand the three factors most affecting leadership trust.3. Demonstrate the six competencies necessary to build and repair trust.
Discussed in this Episode: - Live Floorcast! - Hot Dougs & DMCA takedowns - Web2 practices in Web3 - Scale in the NFT ecosystem - Is a bear market good for NFTs? - Building in a bear market - Custodial vs non-custodial wallets - Onboarding people in NFTs - Diversity within Web3 and how to solve this problem - Live Q&A! A podcast by the Floor NFT App community, giving you the alpha on a regular basis. Featuring: - Chris Maddern, Founder of Floor NFTs App - Pet Berisha, Award-winning podcast creator - Corwin, Community @ Floor - Curtis Cummings, Developer @ Floor - Christine Brown, COO & Co-Founder @ Floor - Siddhartha Dabral, CTO & Co-Founder @ Floor Great advice. Not financial advice. Follow us on twitter @TheFloorcast Artwork by Patrick Lewis.
#ppcchat Twitter discussion that runs on Tuesdays at 5pm GMT - Led by Duane Brown (@duanebrown) Q1 What is your main goal when onboarding an account? This could be an agency onboarding a client or an in-house team taking over an account from another team. Maybe even spinning up a new country account Q2 Do you have a standard process/system for onboarding a new account? Let us know why or why not Q3 For those that do have a system, what have you found that made the system successful? Q4 What is the 1st thing you do once you get access to the new account? I imagine everyone has a slightly different go-to task they do right away. Q5 What is the 1st thing you do once you get access to the new account? I imagine everyone has a slightly different go-to task they do right away. Q6 What do you want to ask the community about onboarding new accounts? Thought I would make the last question a free for all. That way we can share our collective knowledge. - What are the biggest or most common roadblocks you run into during onboarding, and how do you usually address/resolve them? Thank you for listening! Please help grow the podcast - and rate/review on Spotify, Amazon, Apple Podcast & more - linktr.ee/ppcchat_roundup --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ppcchat-roundup/message
Troy is a 5X sales leader, 3X SaaS sales leader, top TikTok and LinkedIn sales content creator and also has the best beard in the sales game. He came by the episode to chat with us about the first 30, 60, 90 days of a sales rep's time at a company, the importance of that time, and the level of care that should go into executing during that time. ……………….. Interested in more insights, industry best practices, and actionable content → connect with The Sales RX Community on social and follow us on Spotify for weekly content or go to: linktr.ee/thesalesdoctor_rx for more resources! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/salesrx/support
I guess that I was a remote employee that needed to onboard at a new company at one point. When Redgate Software bought SQL Server Central, I lived in Colorado and the company was (mostly) in Cambridge, UK. However, I was hired mostly to continue the same work I did at SQL Server Central, so I didn't really on board with the company. I signed a contract, and set up payroll paperwork, and that was it. I used my same workstation and laptop, albeit with a new account, password, and VPN, but almost everything was the same for me. Over the last two years, we've hired many people at Redgate, with most of them being brought onboard remotely. Plenty of them have never seen any of our offices, and quite a few didn't meet any other employee in person for months. Our blog posted a couple of stories from people we've hired in the last year about the remote onboarding process. Read the rest of Onboarding Remote Employees
Sales and Cigars Episode 55 “Hiring and Onboarding Better Salespeople” Walter sits down with new member of the Helix Sales Development team, Mike Koory. Mike talks about the great resignation, the shift in the workforce and the struggles in building sales culture and a high-performance sales staff. Mike comes from a large corporate background, and he discusses the challenges of working with entrepreneurs and direct owners now with tighter budgets, helping them identify their problems and create a solution to get them where they ultimately want to be. Changing from the cooperate pitch and chase sales strategy to a more consultative approach. Creating a better more successful sales culture through hiring and onboarding better salespeople. Mike has a great cigar story that takes him back to his days as a caddy. Connect with Mike Koory firstname.lastname@example.org Helixsalesdevelopment.com https://www.linkedin.com/in/michaelkoory/ Connect with Walter Crosby https://www.linkedin.com/in/walterlcrosby/ https://calendly.com/walter-helix/15-minute-virtual-cup-of-coffee https://helixsalesdevelopment.com/ https://helixsalesdevelopment.com/podcast/ walter@HelixSalesDevelopment.com
Podcasting 2.0 for June 17th 2022 Episode 90: "J and K" Adam & Dave discuss the week's developments on podcastindex.org ShowNotes The Show Is LIT Show 100 coming up soon Behind the sch3mes, I fillowed LIT and subscribed Connecting NA Tube to Fountain EOS Boost reminder musiccasting - Onboarding musicians to Podcasting 2.0 and Value for Value New running with scissors from Sir Peet Last Modified 06/17/2022 15:05:05 by Freedom Controller
Jeremy Reymer, CEO & Founder of DriverReach, chats with Jay Wommack, founder and CEO of Vertical Alliance Group. Remember you can submit any questions or comments, including those which may appear on upcoming Deeper Dive segments - at email@example.com. And don't forget to rate and review Taking the Hire Road on whatever platform you listen on!With more than 60 years of experience in logistics innovation, Dunavant is a family-owned business that has the knowledge to ensure global and domestic shipping practices are efficient and effective. Dunavant generates supply chain proficiency with outstanding, attentive, and expedient customer service. For more information, visit Dunavant.com.Follow Taking The Hire Road on Apple PodcastsFollow Taking The Hire Road on SpotifyMore FreightWaves Podcasts
Jeremy Reymer, CEO & Founder of DriverReach, chats with Jay Wommack, founder and CEO of Vertical Alliance Group. Remember you can submit any questions or comments, including those which may appear on upcoming Deeper Dive segments - at firstname.lastname@example.org. And don't forget to rate and review Taking the Hire Road on whatever platform you listen on!Follow Taking The Hire Road on Apple PodcastsFollow Taking The Hire Road on SpotifyMore FreightWaves Podcasts
Onboarding Owner Operators with Chuck Snow CEO Chuck Snow of Traffix Transportation talks about bringing on owner operators to the team and what he looks for when doing so. Traffix Transportation is looking for owner operators to join their team operating in specific lanes between Toronto and Chicago or Missouri and Atlanta. If you are looking for steady miles hauling dry and refrigerated freight then contact Chuck Snow at Traffix at 416-271-3946 or visit them online at www.Traffix.com About the Show LISTEN TO THE PODCAST- The show is available at www.theleadpedalpodcast.com , ITunes, Stitcher, Spotify, Tunein, iHeartradio, SoundCloud, and other popular podcast platforms. Thanks for listening JOIN THE LEAD PEDAL PODCAST FAN CLUB www.TheLeadPedalPodcastFanClub.com LISTEN TO LEAD PEDAL RADIO at www.LeadPedalRadio.com The Lead Pedal Podcast for Truck Drivers talks all things trucking for people in the transportation industry helping them improve their business and careers. Interviews with industry professionals and truck drivers, trucking information, and other features on the industry are meant to be helpful for truck drivers and those in transportation. The Lead Pedal Podcast for Truck Drivers has main episodes released every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday with bonus material on other days. You can learn more about the host and show on our website and make sure to SUBSCRIBE to the show on your favourite podcast platform. www.theleadpedalpodcast.com What does The Lead Pedal Podcast mean? The Lead (pronounced - Led) stands for acceleration or fast-track of your career or business. It is a play on words and we certainly are not here promoting speeding in the industry. We are hoping this information will help you become a professional driver faster than if you didn't know about many of these topics. Are you enjoying the show? If so we would appreciate you leaving us a rating and review on iTunes or on your favourite podcast platform. www.theleadpedalpodcast.com Join The Lead Pedal Podcast Fan Club where are loyal fans get first chance at specials, discounts on merchandise and much more.The club is free to join and you can learn more at www.theleadpedalpodcastfanclub.com
A recording from a recent panel session with 6 top sales leaders; Tom Castley - CRO @ Hook Anthony Parker - GM & VP @ Mindtickle Samantha Stephens - Snr Sales Leader @ Gong.io Niamh Murray Lalanne - Director of Enablement @ Mirakl Kaitlen Kelly - Sales Manager @ Klaviyo Cillian O'Grady - Head of Sales @ Sprout Social Useful links; • Pauls Linkedin - https://www.linkedin.com/in/planigan/ • Our weekly content drop for EMEA sales leaders to stay up to date on the latest news & trends - https://ireland.sandler.com/drop-the-mic
In today's episode, Allan and Eric welcome Todd Leyse. Todd the President of Adams Pest Control and has an incredible background in pest control. Todd discusses how he got into the pest control industry by coming into the business his dad started in 1971. When Todd stepped in, he immediately went into the Vice President role and added structure and leadership. He implemented a learning culture for Adam's Pest Control, which optimized efficiency, productivity, and profit. In addition to teaching technical training, Todd advises that pest control companies should focus on their brand by being consistent. Consumers should know what to expect and what the outcome will be.
Will Pemble is a Web1 Pioneer, a Web2 Leader, and a Web3 Futurist. He built and sold Web.com, one of the first and largest domain name registrars on earth. As a Top 50 Domain Name Millionaire, technology futurist, and serial entrepreneur, Will has been building and growing tech companies since before the days of Web1.Will's latest adventure is CoasterPunks.com, an NFT Collection on a mission to build the world's first carbon neutral roller coaster thrill ride, a 200,000 watt solar farm, and an 8 episode educational TV series executive produced by Mythbuster Kari Byron and EXPLR Media.Will has built five backyard roller coasters and been featured on Good Morning America, Discovery Channel, Netflix, Facebook Watch, and dozens of television shows worldwide.New adventurers in Web 3 seem to think that it is separate and built independently of Web2, being a pioneer of Web1 and a leader in Web2, what do you think?Digging into CoasterPunks, your NFT collection, is a digital and phigital experience on a roller coaster? and is the digital footprint carbon neutral bc it minted on a blockchain that is by design low gas?If phitigal experience, is this at Disney? or any other amusement parks?Left-field questions:Your solar farm will support how many acres? And can people buy an NFT to have a stake in the generated power and/or the dollars created? OR a stake in the farm it supports? Like a shared agriculture model?What is the TV series you are creating and will it be on the blockchain?CoasterPunks websiteWill Pemble, TwitterWill Pemble, YouTubeWill Pemble, InstagramHolly Shannon's WebsiteZero To Podcast on AmazonHolly Shannon, LinkedinHolly Shannon, InstagramHolly Shannon, TwitterWatch an episode with a former Playboy Playmate #build #rollercoaster #roadmap #mardigras #adventure #community #solarfarm #web.com #futurism #domain #entrepreneur #coasterpunks #coasterpunksnft #mythbusters #karibyron #exploremedia #hackaday #guykawasaki #gusmachado #nfts #nft #nftart #cryptocurrency #blockchain #metaverse #culturefactor #web3 #smartcontracts #bitcoin #nftartist #nftcollectors #eth #ethereum #youtubers #tiktok #instagram #reels #branding #bitcoin #web3 #smartcontracts #bitcoin #nftartist #nftcollectors #community #decentralizedeconomy
In episode 70, we're back at it with B-commerce expert Michael Atwood from Oshi app. - Backpacking in Patagonia - Atlas shrug - Corrupt healthcare system - Morals coming into question - Empowering business owners and the community through Oshi - Incentive structure - Onboarding a small business - Arbitrage on the payment providers - HODL or spend sats? - No one wants to accept your Shitcoins - Helping the ranchers get paid in Bitcoin - Orange pill via Trojan horse And more! If you enjoy the show, you can help support it by following, sharing, and subscribing to Talking in bits on your favorite platforms. If you want to be a friend of the show, hit us up to take part in the "Mine your block" segment
A few years back, Accenture worked with Microsoft to build a virtual campus called the “Nth Floor.” After the pandemic hit, the Nth Floor became a crucial digital tool in helping Accenture onboard new employees—and an early example of the potential of the enterprise metaverse. What works best in this new virtual universe? What kinks still need to be worked out? To answer these questions, the WorkLab podcast checked in with Paul Daugherty, who leads Accenture's technology business. WorkLab Episode transcript
This episode of the Live Better Seller Better Podcast features Hana Elliot, Vice President of Revenue at Vendition. The cost of half-baked onboarding is reflected in lost potential revenue. Leaders must then realize that spending time to teach SDRs the fundamentals is more than just another box to tick.Rather, it is a commitment. Hana shares their best practices that have helped thousands of sales professionals sell better. Onboarding imparts your culture but it should also include some professionalism basics as a good number of SDRs are actually fresh out of college. HIGHLIGHTSCompanies need to commit time to onboard properlyCoach remotely with a buddy system for new SDRsOnboarding program: Teach the basics and use metrics The balance between educating, building confidence, and ramping quotaRemember that SDRs are human too QUOTESHana: "I think it's a worthwhile exercise to look at the pipeline or revenue impact of not having a fully-ramped SDR in seat because that's what's going to help you prioritize your time. It's too easy to get caught up in the daily whirlwind... and say I'm too busy."Hana: "Having more experienced AEs or some of your senior SDRs who have done it and are showing great results, have them listen in and shadow and give their feedback. Chances are, if you've been coaching them all along, they'll also know your mentality and be able to pass that along."Hana: "I'm not a second week, throw somebody on the phone. That's not my approach or preference. But you have to hit it hard at the beginning. That's where you can take advantage of your mentors, of your buddies, that's where you can do a lot of group online at the same time cohort writing workshops."Hana: "Being ready is so subjective. But are there assessments that you can build in at checkpoints and milestones throughout their onboarding process to determine are they actually ready? Make sure you know what you're looking for. Can they do X, Y, and Z on a cold call practice with you?" You can find out more about Hana in the links below:LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/hanaelliott/Website: https://vendition.com/
We are joined this week by Dario Maidrano, Broker/Owner of Home Field Lending in Las Vegas, Nevada. Mr. Medrano has enjoyed tremendous success, excelling as both a broker and a mortgage content creator. His TikTok videos regularly accrue thousands of views, with rookie and veteran brokers alike seeking out his insights. Dario and Marc also discuss that while homeowners of the future all have eyes on TikTok, the real value proposition currently comes from its recruiting power, which is especially beneficial for Dario's growth-first mindset. A former D1 baseball player, Dario starred on the popular reality TV show, “The Challenge.” Looking to turn his fledgling personal brand into a career, he moved to LA to pursue real estate. Working for a large retail shop proved unfulfilling, with little guidance and few leads. A change to Bank of America provided the opportunity to start working with real clients and authoring deals. In 2017, Dario attended an AIME conference, where he saw Matt Ishbia speak. “I still have his business card in my wallet,” Medrano says. “I never looked back.” Medrano started his own shop from the ground up, committing fully to the wholesale channel. He was attracted to the self-starting, entrepreneurial lifestyle of a wholesale broker. To him, independence is the key to scalability. He stresses that starting from scratch might seem daunting, but that it's more than possible with the right mindset and help from AIME. “There are guardrails up,” he says. “I knew nothing when I first started.” Now, he gets “3 to 4 emails a day” from loan officers looking to join his growing company. He has refined his process and believes that letting green brokers learn on the job is crucial to their success. Dario's goal is to grow his company and achieve massive impact. The key, he says, is an influx of talent. “From day one, I wanted to scale,” he says. “The only way we're going to grow as a channel is if somebody can give these guys an opportunity.” He wants prospective brokers to know that success is well within reach if they're willing to work for it. “You can be a loan officer and overnight have a legitimate asset - not just a cell phone with a couple realtors in it. Tune in for Dario's expert advice on how to develop your personal brand and create engaging content. Authenticity, he says, is the deciding factor. People don't want advice on how to be a broker - they want to know what it's like to be a broker. Let your true self shine through, and success is sure to follow. (2:32) - Entrance into the Industry (8:10) - Getting Guidance (12:42) - Creating Compelling Content (21:30) - Onboarding and Developing Green Brokers This Episode is Sponsored By EPM
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As the pandemic proved, whatever trends come and go, basic home services are as perennial as the change of seasons. Which is why demand is constant for Mr. Sparky electricians! Franchise Development Manager Shae Ananda shares the many reasons women in particular should consider becoming owners. You needn't have any electrical certification to put together a thriving business (or net the huge revenue Mr. Sparky franchisees report). That's where the Authority Brands family and amazing systems for supporting home services come in. New owners receive tons of onsite and online training, including a 206-point checklist and an award-winning portal with 250 modules about everything from the latest technologies to customer relations to employee training and retention. What Mr.Sparky franchise owners need? A passion for building businesses and working with people. Because of the detail-oriented nature of the work and the fact that electrical work requires more brains than brawn, this is a realm in which women can excel. In fact, Mr. Sparky's leadership believes this so much so that they are offering a discount on initial franchise fees for interested female entrepreneurs. Does this “spark” your interest? Time to check it out! Click here to listen to, rate and review this or previous She Turned Entrepreneur episodes. Here are key takeaways from the conversation:· Have a successful home service? Maybe you should join the Authority Brands family!· Being part of a brand family provides access to a robust referral network.· Mr. Sparky franchisees can grow their territories or broaden their portfolio of services.· Franchises by their nature shift and grow, which is why it's important to have ongoing one-to-one coaching support to anticipate the road ahead.· Mr. Sparky offers a special franchise fee discount for women owners! Here's a quick look into the episode:· Shae shares the origin story for Mr. Sparky, which was initially founded in 1996 and grew to become the largest electrical service provider in the entire U.S. The company went on to join the Authority Brands family, which offers 12 different home services franchises.· Shared resources is part of the power of Authority Brands, which is fueled by hundreds and hundreds of franchises and benefits from economies of scale when it comes to marketing and sales.· Mr. Sparky Differentiators:o Being a member of the Authority Brands family.o Gross revenue: An average of $3.3 million per franchise owner in 2021!o A single franchise owner (with multiple territories) grossed $49+ million in 2021.o The business model is very scalable.o Frequent referrals among complementary Authority Brands services.o Cross-business among home services enables potential empire building.o Mr. Sparky's model emphasizes service, professionalism and transparency.o All electricians are background checked and drug tested.o On-time service and satisfaction guaranteed.· You do not need to be a licensed electrician. Mr. Sparky's has the tools and resources necessary to get anyone started building their business.· Ideal Mr. Sparky franchisees are:o Passionate about and excited by the idea of growing a business.o Eager for an opportunity to show appreciation for tradespeople.o Engaged with and able to encourage as well as manage teams.o Intuitive in sales and how to present solutions as services (rather than upsales).o Ready to follow the formula and work within the system.o Open-minded and excited to embrace new technology and opportunities.· Women make tremendous Mr. Sparky owners! Why? The work is:o Detail-oriented.o More about brains than brawn. o Collaborative.o Strategic and outward facing.· About training and support for franchise owners:o Onboarding includes a 206 point checklist that is rolled out over 90 days.o Ongoing hands-on support and mentoring.o One-week boot camp in Phoenix for face-time with leadership.o An online training platform called “Success Academy” that has more than 250 modules to guide both electrical training as well as aspects of the business such as recruiting, retention, new technologies and systems.o One-on-one training with business coaches as the business evolves and grows.· The Mr. Sparky franchise fee is $33,000 for a territory of 200,000 people. There is a discount for women owners! Initial overall investments are generally between $81,000 and $191,000. It depends on what equipment is already on hand, marketing allocations and local leasing, real estate and other overhead costs. · Final Thoughts About Mr. Sparky:o Home services franchises are a reliable evergreen investment. o With only 43 owners thus far, it's a tight and very supportive network.o Top leadership is 100% accessible and invested in its people.To learn more about Mr. Sparky or other franchise opportunities, click here to set up a call.
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This is part two of our interview featuring Hammer J Helmer, a Mortgage Loan officer and creator of Originator Success. Hammer has mastered the art of obtaining leads from Google, Facebook, LinkedIn, and other social media. Join us as we go over his fascinating story and how it led him to his incredible success today. 00:30 - Scaling your business 03:45 - Onboarding a new employee 17:00 - Micromanaging doesn't work 18:40 - Future growth 22:45 - Having an exit strategy 25:30 - College isn't necessary 33:45 - How big is too big? 38:20 - Growing Consolidated Coaching 48:10 - Favorite movie and why 51:30 - What would I change in the last 5 years? Quickly- I'm Scott Groves - Husband, Father, Loan Officer, Coach, Author, Podcaster, and Recent Blue Belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. This podcast is paid for and brought to you by.... by me, Scott Groves :-) Because I think these kind of long form conversations are valuable, I pay for 100% of the production of this show out of my pocket. This channel is FAR from monetization and because of the subject matter, may never be monetized. I am a Mortgage Loan Officer & Loan Officer Coach in real life. It's the money that I earn, from helping home-buyers and home-owners obtain home-loans, that pays for this show. If you, your friends, or your family are looking for a home loan from an honest Loan Officer, please contact me at Scott@ScottGrovesTeam.com I can do the loan for you (our team is licensed in 8 states) - OR - I can refer you to an amazing loan officer in the state where you're searching. ON WITH THE SHOW!!! New Full Episodes are released every THURSDAY at 10:00am and clips are released frequently throughout the week. SO MAKE SURE YOU SUBSCRIBE!!! www.OnTheEdgePodcast.com
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Turnover for a single driver can cost trucking businesses up to $15,000 in replacement costs. Even worse, only 35% of new drivers make it through the first 90 days. In this episode we ask, how can trucking companies persuade new drivers to stay? What onboarding practices actually work? For answers, host Mike Freeze brings in onboarding expert Anthony Pellegrino, president and chief operations officer at Ag Energy Transport. Save your greatest assets, tune in. For more information visit: https://roadsigns.ttnews.com/episodes/how-can-onboarding-processes-help-retain-drivers/ This episode is sponsored by Penske. How'd we do? Give us your listening experience feedback here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdE2YN79GA4zB5BdD7qJoL11xYEqrVrXpZcwhARZgY03D9ntA/viewform?usp=sf_link Follow the RoadSigns: Twitter: @ttroadsigns LinkedIn: RoadSignspodcast Instagram: @roadsignspodcast Join RoadSigns mailing list: roadsigns.ttnews.com/join-the-mailing-list/ For sponsorship and guest inquires please visit: https://roadsigns.ttnews.com/roadsigns-contact/
In episode 48, Coffey talks with Ravi Swaminathan about engaging the “whole employee” when considering nontraditional benefits. They discuss how "the Great Resignation" has changed employee expectations and needs; the difference between “work-life balance” and “work-life integration; managing productivity in a remote or hybrid environment; using benefits to enrich work culture; the relation between flexibility and productivity; measuring the ROI of any benefits offering; and how employers can achieve loyalty that converts to attraction, retention, and engagement of high-performing talent.Good Morning, HR is brought to you by Imperative—premium background checks with fast and friendly service. For more information about our commitment to quality and excellent customer service, visit us at https://imperativeinfo.com.If you are an HRCI or SHRM-certified professional, this episode of Good Morning, HR has been pre-approved for half a recertification credit. To obtain the recertification information for this episode, visit https://goodmorninghr.com. About our Guest:Ravi Swaminathan is the founder and CEO of TaskHuman, a real-time digital coaching platform thatconnects each employee 1:1 with a global network of coaches over video call in nearly 1000 topics of daily work and personal life.Ravi Swaminathan can be reached at https://www.taskhuman.com/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/raviswaminathan/ About Mike Coffey:Mike Coffey is an entrepreneur, human resources professional, licensed private investigator, and HR consultant.In 1999, he founded Imperative, a background investigations firm helping risk-averse companies make well-informed decisions about the people they involve in their business.Today, Imperative serves hundreds of businesses across the US and, through its PFC Caregiver & Household Screening brand, many more private estates, family offices, and personal service agencies.Mike has been recognized as an Entrepreneur of Excellence and has twice been named HR Professional of the Year. Additionally, Imperative is included in the prestigious Best Places to Work in Texas list and has been named the Texas Association of Business' small business of the year.Mike is a member of the Fort Worth chapter of the Entrepreneurs' Organization and volunteers with the SHRM Texas State Council.Mike maintains his certification as a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) through the HR Certification Institute. He is also a SHRM Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP).Mike lives in Fort Worth with his very patient wife. He practices yoga and maintains a keto diet, about both of which he will gladly tell you way more than you want to know.Learning Objectives:1. Understand how work-life integration can benefit productivity.2. Employ flexibility as a tool to obtain better results.3. Incorporate the four metrics for measuring benefits' impact on an organization's bottom line.
Onboarding is an overlooked yet vital part of the hiring process and if done wrong, can actually stand in your way from growing your business. This week's episode 59 of Female Founders Breaking Boundaries is about creating a profitable team!Have you ever felt like you were WAY too busy, stressed out, burnt out, and overwhelmed so you were advised to delegate some tasks to take things off your plate and free up some time? Except, maybe it didn't work. If getting out of the day-to-day in your business was as simple as hiring more people, then why are you still feeling overwhelmed and burned out? You are not alone! Sometimes, simply delegating tasks doesn't work and instead shifts your workload from “doing” to “managing.”I invite you to use the exercise that our own C-Suite clients use to take the first step in turning your team into a well-oiled, self-managed machine- and get you out of the delegation catch 22. Download the exercise here to get started!In this episode of Female Founders Breaking Boundaries, my guest Ashley Cox is sharing the importance of setting your new hire up for success from the very beginning and actionable steps you can take right now to nail down your onboarding process to save time and valuable resources in the long term. Some of the things Ashley Cox and I cover in this episode are:What to consider when bringing in a new team member and the implications of poor onboarding. 4 common mistakes business owners make when it comes to onboarding and how you can avoid them. The number 1 question to ask yourself when working with a new hire. Tips to successfully onboard your new hire How your role and actions as a leader have a direct impact on your team. Hiring and onboarding is an expensive and time-consuming process so it is important you do the work to get it right. Thanks for listening! Be sure to tune in to all the episodes to receive tons of tools, advice, resources, support, and encouragement that resonates with the modern business woman and to hear even more about the points outlined above.If you enjoyed this episode, take a screenshot of the episode to share and tag me! And don't forget to follow, rate and review the podcast and tell me your key takeaways!Learn more about Female Founders Breaking Boundaries and Casey at https://she-suiteboutique.com/podcast/CONNECT WITH ASHLEY COX:Sprout HRThe Ripple CollectiveInstagramFacebookTransform Your Stories by Ashley CoxCONNECT WITH CASEY GROMER:LinkedInCompany PersonaWork with Casey Gromer! LINKS MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE:The Group Practice Exchange Podcast Episode with Ashley CoxSHRM.org
Ridhima Ahuja Kahn is the VP of Business Development at Dapper Labs. Her focus is helping build meaningful partnerships with the world's top IPs, creators, and social media platforms as they look to build blockchain-based experiences.Prior to Dapper Labs, she was a Partner at Andreessen Horowitz (a16z) where she focused on sports, social, media & entertainment, collectibles (both in digital & physical), hospitality/travel and food.She has also spent time on the investment teams at the Hewlett Foundation & Grovenor Capital Management.- Tell me about how you shifted into this role at Dapper Labs and was the inspiration behind TopShot birthed at Dapper or was your sports background the impetus to this idea?- What does fandom look like in metaverse ? What does TopShot and Cryptokitties experiences look like there? And do you think experiences are the magic of an NFT and your utility? What do experiences look like in the Metaverse?- Flow blockchain technology is unique to Dapper, reducing the friction of Web 2 native users and Web 3 adventurers, do you think this shift in creating your own blockchain has been part of the the secret sauce for Dapper Labs?- Digital Fashion will likely see a ton of growth due to the concept of wearables and shopping in the Metaverse: Luxury brands will soar to the top fast bc of virtue signaling and the marketing machine they are built on. Can Dapper help creators or smaller brands with NFTs for this use case?- Because we are also an education platform on Culture Factor, can you define DAO and is Dapper getting involved in the DAO space?- And what would a brainstorming session at Dapper look like in terms of iterating on best use cases, verticals or simply coming up with experiences?Ridhima Ahuja Kahn of Dapper LabsHolly Shannon's WebsiteZero To Podcast on AmazonHolly Shannon, LinkedinHolly Shannon, InstagramHolly Shannon, Clubhousehttps://youtu.be/PKCND4FqGLc#dapper, #metaverse, #blockchain, #creators, #digital, #flow, #create, #labs, #web3, #community, #physical, fashion, #technology, #experience, #nft, #brands