Today's episode features Scott Haris, who takes us through his real estate journey, sharing the experiences that shaped him into a skilled agent. Learn valuable tips on buying and selling properties, and hear an incredible story of how Scott saved a multimillion-dollar deal from falling apart. Don't pass up this inspiring story of determination and achievement! Key takeaways to listen for Why is it essential to hire the right real estate agent? The similarities between booking bands and closing deals in real estate How your rental experience can help boost your sales performance Advantages of having knowledge of psychology in the real estate business Tips to avoid getting overwhelmed when handling luxury assets Resources mentioned in this episode National Association of REALTORS® Zillow The Devil Wears Prada TCS New York City Marathon Prudential Financial Alison Krauss Union Station Notting Hill Google Monopoly About Scott Harris Scott is a licensed associate real estate broker. Since 2003, Scott Harris has been involved in the marketing and sales of nearly 1 billion USD of New York City residential property. In 2014, Scott was recognized as the number 30 broker in New York City and among the top 250 in the nation in sales volume by the WSJ/ Real Trends Top 1000 list. He is regularly among the top 0.02% of realtors worldwide. With a focus on People First and a philosophy of Visionary Brokerage, Scott and his team help their buyers and sellers uncover what is next for them in their lives, identifying and securing opportunities in cooperative apartments, landmarked townhouses, and condominiums. Connect with Scott Websites: Brown Harris Stevens | The Harris Residential Team LinkedIn: Scott Harris Instagram: @harrisresidentialteam | @scottieharris Connect with Leigh Please subscribe to this podcast on iTunes or the Podcasts App on your phone, and never miss a beat from Leigh by visiting https://leighbrown.com. DM Leigh Brown on Instagram @ LeighThomasBrown. Subscribe to Leigh's other podcast Real Estate From The Rooftops Sponsors Leigh Brown University – New On-Demand Training How to Dominate During This Recession! Enroll Now to get ahead of the curve and learn how to manage changing markets, the action steps for what to do, and most importantly, what to say so that you can secure listings, assist more buyers, and grow your business no matter what the market is doing. Link: http://dominatethisrecession.com
Werkgeluk: het is de optelsom van werktevredenheid, werkplezier, werkengagement en werkbetekenis. Uit het onderzoek dat Travvant samen met Indiville liet uitvoeren blijkt dat werktevredenheid en bevlogenheid significant gedaald zijn tegenover 10 jaar geleden. We zijn dus collectief minder tevreden en minder bevlogen. Hoe zorgen we ervoor dat mensen weer ‘fluitend' naar het werk gaan? Door in te zetten op ‘high quality motivatie', lees ik in People First, het boek dat Roeland van Dessel, gedelegeerd bestuurder van Travvant heeft uitgebracht in 2022. High quality motivatie is een van de 8 sleutels die in het boek naar voor geschoven wordt om te komen tot een futureproof arbeidsmarkt. Verloning en extralegale voordelen zijn hun glans verloren en zouden er vooral toe leiden dat mensen zich gevangen voelen in een gouden kooi, lees ik. Daar wil ik het in deze podcast graag over hebben. Samen met Marijke Jonckers, outplacement coach en loopbaancoach bij Travvant en met Kris De Schutter, partner bij Loyens & Loeff. Veel kijk- en luisterplezier!+++Honger naar meer? SCHRIJF JE IN VOOR DE NIEUWSBRIEF LEES DE ARTIKELS ABONNEER JE OP HET TIJDSCHRIFTAnd don't forget: it's a great time to be in HR!+++Opgenomen op de #ZigZagHR Kantoorboot
Explore the transformative power of a people-first leadership style with Sandeep Walia in 'Leading with a People-First Approach: The Sandeep Walia Way' by HR Professionals. Dive into Walia's innovative strategies at Marriott International, emphasizing employee well-being, diversity, sustainability, and industry-leading practices for an engaging, insightful podcast episode tailored for HR leaders and professionals seeking to revolutionize workplace culture.Schedule an appointmentWoods Kovalova Group
Michele Anderson is the principal at Sunnyside HS in Fresno, California and believes great change starts by leading with compassion. She shares lessons in partnering with the parents and the power of inviting students into PD with your staff. Simple reminders to start with a PEOPLE FIRST approach with both staff and students.
The driving forces propelling the Indian startup ecosystem forward all share a common thread—they are all People. Founders, investors, employees—all united working towards growth and success. At Matrix, we believe in putting our founders first, and now, we want to shine a spotlight on the talent and teams that move these visionaries forward. In the very first episode of "People First" by Matrix Moments, Avnish Bajaj and Rupali Sharma from Matrix Partners India, highlight the pivotal role of human capital teams in shaping successful ventures. The episode covers:
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Armin Mandara: When Product Owners Multiply, Making Decisions in a Maze of Stakeholders Read the full Show Notes and search through the world's largest audio library on Scrum directly on the Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast website: http://bit.ly/SMTP_ShowNotes. The Great Product Owner: Empowering Teams, A Key PO Skill Armin discusses the role of a great Product Owner (PO) in fostering team success. Drawing from an experience with a mixed team of internal and client-side members, he highlights the importance of clear communication and decision-making abilities in a client-driven setup. A standout PO, in his view, comprehends their role and limitations, excelling in making timely decisions and maintaining a pragmatic approach, even in challenging situations. They actively engage in discussions, emphasizing necessary trade-offs while demonstrating a keen awareness of the team's needs. The Bad Product Owner: When POs Multiply, Making Decisions in a Maze of Stakeholders Armin shares his experience in a B2B ecommerce setting, where a multitude of stakeholders complicated the Product Owner (PO) role. The presence of proxy POs, business analysts, and various other figures led to a lack of clear decision-making. Armin underscores the importance of collaboration between the PO and Scrum Master and emphasizes the need for transparency and timely decisions. He advises making issues transparent to stakeholders and offering suggestions for improvement to address this common anti-pattern. Clear ownership and decisive action are essential for effective product ownership. [IMAGE HERE] Are you having trouble helping the team work well with their Product Owner? We've put together a course to help you work on the collaboration team-product owner. You can find it at bit.ly/coachyourpo. 18 modules, 8+ hours of modules with tools and techniques that you can use to help teams and PO's collaborate. About Armin Mandara Armin is the Head of Scrum Masters at IBM iX, a leading digital agency. With a career spanning seven years as a Scrum Master, Armin has partnered with numerous teams to successfully deliver top-notch digital products. His passion lies in enabling agile teams to achieve their goals and unleash their true potential. You can link with Armin Mandara on LinkedIn.
Armin Mandara: From Checkboxes to Skills, Crafting a Dynamic Career Path and Fostering Self-Development Read the full Show Notes and search through the world's largest audio library on Scrum directly on the Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast website: http://bit.ly/SMTP_ShowNotes. Armin shares a pivotal career path transformation experience, emphasizing a shift from achievement-based lists to skill-focused development. Recognizing flaws in how managers approached the existing career paths, Armin collaborated with HR to redefine them. The focus shifted from rigid checkboxes to individualized skill levels, providing freedom for personal growth. Armin underscores the importance of nurturing ownership of one's development and highlights the value of skill improvement over specific achievements. This initiative aimed to motivate and empower individuals to take charge of their professional growth. [IMAGE HERE] As Scrum Master we work with change continuously! Do you have your own change framework that provides the guidance, and queues you need when working with change? The Lean Change Management framework is a fully defined, lean-startup inspired change framework that can be used as the backbone of any change process! You can buy Lean Change Management the book at Amazon. Also available in French, Spanish, German and Portuguese. About Armin Mandara Armin is the Head of Scrum Masters at IBM iX, a leading digital agency. With a career spanning seven years as a Scrum Master, Armin has partnered with numerous teams to successfully deliver top-notch digital products. His passion lies in enabling agile teams to achieve their goals and unleash their true potential. You can link with Armin Mandara on LinkedIn.
What if your organization could foster a truly inclusive environment where every voice is heard and valued?In this episode, host Becca Banyard is joined by Dr. Randal Pinkett—Chairman and CEO at BCT Partners, LLC—to talk about the importance of putting people at the heart of diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives. They'll cover the role of data, challenges organizations face, and practical strategies for creating more people centric DE&I programs. Support the show
Building Legacies: Empowering Communities and Thriving Workplaces E36 In our latest podcast episode, we had the pleasure of hosting Lindsay, a seasoned leader with almost 17 years of dedicated service at Desert Financial Credit Union, and Nikki, a passionate advocate for employee engagement and the driving force behind PeopleForward Network. This conversation, as the others […] The post Building Legacies: Empowering Communities and Thriving Workplaces E36 appeared first on Business RadioX ®.
Every association is a community, and each has its own culture. And today, those cultures should have a driving element of inclusivity where everyone has a true sense of belonging. In this episode, we talk to Cameron Curtis, CMM, CAE, founder and chief innovator of C2 Association Strategies. We chat about prioritizing a people-first mindset, key strategies in creating a more inclusive and diverse work environment, and actively promoting diversity at each levels within an organization.
Šajā epizodē tiekos ar Stebby Latvijas filiāles vadītāju Lieni Veseri un Kantar Lielo klientu direktori, sociologu, Signi Kaņējevu, kura ikdienā strādā ar personala pētījumiem un ir darba vides eksperte. Tiekamies, lai diskutētu par labbūtības konceptu, pētījumiem un risinājumiem, kas palīdzētu veidot darba vidi tādu, kurā cilvēki jūtas labi. Šī ir viena no piecām HR PODCAST epizodēm, kas veltīta labbūtības tēmai un top kopā ar Stebby*.Klausies podkāsta epizodi un uzzini:Kas ir labbūtība un kā par to domāt organizācijā?Kāda šobrīd ir situācija organizācijās un kā darbinieki jūtas?Kas tiek sagaidīts no darba vietas un cik reāli tādas gaidas piepildīt?Kādi rīki ir pieejami, lai individualizētu labumus, ko sniedz organizācija?Es domāju, ka mēs Latvijā vēl esam ceļa sākumā labbūtības jautājumā, taču iepriecina daži fakti par tēmas aktualizēšanu un jau izmērāmiem rezultātiem, ka investīcija darbiniekā nozīmē arī labāks rezultāts biznesa rādītājos.Tiekamies novembrī, kurā dzirdēsiet dažādas tēmas, kas saistītas ar labbūtību.*“Stebby” ir lielākā individualizētu labsajūtas pakalpojumu platforma Baltijas valstīs, un to pašlaik lieto vairāk nekā 1500 uzņēmumu. Platformu izmanto vairāk nekā 150 000 lietotāju un 2000 partneru-pakalpojumu sniedzēju. Plašāka informācija pieejama mājaslapā www.stebby.lv
Is there a secret formula to success in passive investing? In this insightful conversation, Spencer Hilligoss, a seasoned passive investor with a 7-figure track record, delves into the world of passive investing and how it enabled him to create the lifestyle he desired. Spencer stresses how choosing the right team and investing with the right people has been instrumental in his investment success. Moreover, he emphasizes placing people at the core of investment decisions and making ethical investments that genuinely enhance the community and create a positive social impact. Spencer highlights the significance of not just investing for profit, but also for the well-being and comfort of individuals. Join him as he shares the keys to success in passive investing – the right team, the right path, and the right investments with a people-focused approach. Learn more about ALTERNATIVE BUSINESS and INVESTMENT STRATEGIES through QUATTRO CAPITAL! LinkedIn: /TeamQuattroCapital Instagram: @TeamQuattroCapital Facebook: @TeamQuattroCapital Website: www.TheQuattroWay.com TikTok:@realestaterunwaypod [00:00 - 09:10] Designing a Life You Want to Live Through Passive Investing Spencer talks about his family's decision to live in Portugal for two months, the lessons they learned, and how passive investing made this choice possible He and his wife went from having traditional careers to passive investing, emphasizing the goal of achieving financial freedom From investing in rental properties, they later move on to larger multifamily and self-storage deals for a more hands-off approach He runs an investing club with his wife which helps other passive investors reach the same level of achievement [09:11 - 17:10] Betting on the Jockey, Not the Horse Recognize the limitations of the "do it myself" mentality in real estate investing and be open to learning from others Spencer breaks down his five-part framework for evaluating investment opportunities He focuses on the “who” and the why working with a team that has a strong track record of success is crucial [17:11 - 19:46] People First, Profit Later It's more than just making money; it's also about the values that guide your choices as an investor or operator Managing a multifamily property that houses hundreds of residents brings a responsibility to ensure their well-being and living conditions [19:47 - 32:37] Navigating Real Estate Now: Tips from The Professional Passive Investor Spencer discusses the role of market fundamentals in investment decisions, regardless of changing economic conditions Understand local demand in real estate, as it is a hyperlocal industry Evaluate markets based on their ability to attract employers and provide jobs for potential tenants Cash flow and basis are important when making investment decisions in the current real estate landscape [32:38 - 37:34] Focusing on Relationships That Matter Spencer prioritizes building relationships through active listening and having a long-term perspective He opens up about how he manages his work and personal life, being a dad, and what led him to make important changes in his life Quotes: “2021 was a landmark year. You've got some teams that have these incredible exits, these amazing outcomes. You better believe I want to see a repeatable approach, a repeatable process.” - Spencer Hilligoss “We are, in fact, capitalists, right? I mean, I get it, but it is possible to have profit and still do the right thing.” - Spencer Hilligoss “It matters how you achieve those returns that are on that beautiful-looking investment summary, and part of that means providing a great living experience to folks along the way.” - Spencer Hilligoss Connect with Spencer! Follow him on LinkedIn or check out MadisonInvesting.com. LEAVE A 5-STAR REVIEW + help someone who wants to explode their business growth by sharing this episode. Find out how Team Quattro can help you by visiting www.TheQuattroWay.com. Real Estate Runway Podcast is all about alternative business and investment strategies to help you amplify life and maximize wealth! Click here to find out more about the host, Chad Sutton. Nectar: https://app.usenectar.com/quattro-capital Entity Keeper: Join the EntityKeeper community today to simplify the way you manage your entities and org charts while reducing manual errors. Easily organize corporate data, visualize ownership structures, store unlimited documents, and manage important filing dates with one secure solution. Click here to start simplifying your entity management with EntityKeeper now!
Cyber attacks, data breaches, and identity theft are more prevalent than ever. We all know that digital security is important, but it can be overwhelming to get started with your security hygiene routine. And when starting a new business or online project, security is often the last thing on your mind. Laura Bell Main, one of the leaders in developing secure software, is here today to discuss accessible digital security, how security is a human problem and more. This week, episode 182 of the Tech Intersect™ Podcast is about making digital security people-driven and accessible to all! POWERED BY ADVANTAGE EVANS™ ACADEMY Navigate your way from cash to crypto with Digital Money Demystified. Dive into the definitive guide on crypto myths and truths by Professor Tonya M. Evans. This isn't just a book; it's a roadmap to the decentralized web's future of work, wealth, and creativity. Head over to DigitalMoneyDemystified.com and embark on your crypto journey today! Laura Bell Main is the CEO of SafeStack, a community-centric online training platform that takes a flexible, people-focused approach to ongoing secure development education at a time when it's never been more needed. With over twenty years of experience in software development and cyber security, she is the co-author of "Agile Application Security" (O'Reilly Media) and "Security for Everyone" (Holloway). Her work has been featured in many international publications, including WIRED and MIT Tech Review.Laura and I discuss:Understanding the human element in security.The importance of adding security into your company from the very beginning, and keeping up with your security needs as you grow.Making digital security practices accessible to everyone.How software development is changing, and the need for greater digital security.For more information on Laura's books and links to purchase, visit her website. To sign up for OneHourAppSec, you can check out SafeStack's website.CONNECT WITH LAURA BELL MAIN:LinkedInSafestack.ioWebsiteX (formerly Twitter)CONNECT WITH DR. TONYA M. EVANS:Questions and requests: firstname.lastname@example.org Follow: Twitter @AtTechIntersect | Instagram @TechIntersect Web: Tech Intersect Podcast Connect for exclusive content: https://advantageevans.activehosted.com/f/6 RESOURCES:Buy the Book + Leave 5 Star Review Digital Money DemystifiedConsulting, Courses and Community: DigitalMoneyDemystified.cPreorder my book, Digital Money Demystified, at https://digitalmoneydemystified.com/ today!Regulate & The Rabbit Hole by Notty Prod licensed via Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License. Produced by Tonya M. Evans for Advantage Evans, LLC
"Hugh Hornsby is an entrepreneur-minded leader who built up our turned around 10 divisions or companies on his "People based business Philosophy"" seeking and finding people who are stuck, who have a burning desire to achieve, an entrepreneur growth mindset, and want to become apart of a team that is bigger than themselves then helping them find their passion and purpose. Suffering a severe head injury, he was diagnosed as an epileptic with ADHD at the age of 10 when he learned the philosophy of "Never let anyone hold you back, especially you." Finding his passion and purpose of refusing to let others place labels on anybody. Believing that if you have a desire in your heart it will make its way to the head! He is the Vice President of Sales of Everflow Supplies where he helped build a regional company into a national manufacturer and distributor of plumbing, industrial, HVAC, and waterworks products based around people."SHOW SUMMARYIn this episode of Selling From The Heart, Hugh Hornsby discusses his people-first philosophy and the importance of aligning company goals with individual goals. He emphasizes the need for authenticity and caring in sales, and shares his personal journey of overcoming obstacles and finding success. Hugh believes in investing in his team and helping them become significant. He also highlights the importance of self-care and forgiveness in achieving personal and professional growth.KEY TAKEAWAYSAuthenticity and caring are essential in sales, and leaders should invest in their team members.Aligning company goals with individual goals creates a more impactful and positive work environment.Taking care of oneself is crucial for personal and professional success.Forgiveness is necessary for personal growth and overcoming negative experiences.QUOTES"Selling from the heart is about investing in yourself and giving back to others." - Hugh Hornsby"If you're not taking care of yourself, you can't take care of other people." - Hugh Hornsby"Time and training are the two things that can take businesses down." - Hugh Hornsby"Don't operate from the negative; operate from the positive." - Hugh HornsbyLearn more about Hugh Hornsby: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/hugh-hornsby-51986b10/Learn more about Darrell and Larry: Darrell's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/darrellamy/Larry's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/larrylevine1992/Website: https://www.sellingfromtheheart.net/Got a video about how you sell from the heart? Share it by texting VIDEO to 21000.Please visit https://www.sellingfromtheheart.net/ book to pre order your copy of the rerelease of the Selling from the Heart book. SUBSCRIBE to our YOUTUBE CHANNEL! https://www.youtube.com/@UCi6OCvGpgQjg8YXg0Hst4NAPlease visit WHY INSTITUTE:https://whyinstitute.com/Please go to WORK BETTER NOW:https://www.workbetternow.com/Click for your Daily Dose of Inspiration:https://www.sellingfromtheheart.net/dailyCheck out the 2023 Authentic Selling Challenge:https://authenticsellingchallenge.com/Get your Insiders Group FREE PASS here:https://www.sellingfromtheheart.net/free-pass
In this episode of the Road to Growth podcast, we are pleased to introduce you to Pasha Esfandiary. Starting his career in real estate in 2011, flipping homes found at auctions, Pasha has since been involved in over $250 million in transactions across multiple asset types. These include residential homes, boutique motels, the purchasing and management of large multifamily properties, and working with housing programs in vulnerable communities. In early 2021, Pasha founded Evoke Capital with the primary objective of helping others achieve financial freedom through real estate investing. His lifelong philosophy is what drives Evoke Capital to excellence – People First. Treating each investment as his own and each tenant as family, Pasha has developed Evoke Capital within 13 months to include a portfolio of over 950 units. Throughout Pasha's successful professional ventures, the unfolding of his dream focuses on his value of sustainable community development. This goal in building low-income housing is to provide much more than a roof overhead. The future includes an NGO where all the Evoke properties provide nurturing and interconnected community for his residents. The plans are for valuable educational resources within finance, nutrition, and emotional intelligence. Pasha is committed to building an environment that empowers and encourages its residents to grow, achieve and thrive. With over ten years of experience and a commitment to growth, it is no question that Pasha and Evoke Capital are just at the beginning of their real estate journey Learn more and connect with Pasha Esfandiary by visiting him on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/pashaesfandiary/ Website: https://www.evokecapital.net/about-evoke/ Be sure to follow us on Twitter: Twitter.com/to_growth on Facebook: facebook.com/Road2Growth Subscribe to our podcast across the web: https://www.theenriquezgroup.com/blog Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2Cdmacc iTunes: https://apple.co/2F4zAcn Castbox: http://bit.ly/2F4NfQq Google Play: http://bit.ly/2TxUYQ2 Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKnzMRkl-PurAb32mCLCMeA?view_as=subscriber If you are looking to be a Guest on Podcasts please click below https://kitcaster.com/rtg/ For any San Diego Real Estate Questions Please Follow Us at web: www.TheEnriquezGroup.com Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKnzMRkl-PurAb32mCLCMeA or Call : 858 -345 - 7829 Recently reduced properties in San Diego County * Click **** bit.ly/3cbT65C **** Here* ****************************************************************************
Ce vendredi 3 novembre, l'optimisme des boursiers qui voient peut-être la fin de la hausse des taux et l'inflation qui décélère a été abordé par Eric Chaney, conseiller économique de l'Institut Montaigne, Philippe Martin, doyen de l'école des affaires publiques de Sciences Po et membre du Cercle ds économistes, et Denis Payre, président de Nature and People First, dans l'émission Les Experts, présentée par Nicolas Doze sur BFM Business. Retrouvez l'émission du lundi au vendredi et réécoutez la en podcast.
Ce vendredi 3 novembre, Nicolas Doze a reçu Eric Chaney, conseiller économique de l'Institut Montaigne, Philippe Martin, doyen de l'école des affaires publiques de Sciences Po et membre du Cercle des économistes, et Denis Payre, président de Nature and People First, dans l'émission Les Experts sur BFM Business. Retrouvez l'émission du lundi au vendredi et réécoutez la en podcast.
Ce vendredi 3 novembre, les conséquences de l'implantation des usines de production en France sur l'industrie, l'économie française, et le recrutement des employés, ont été abordés par Eric Chaney, conseiller économique de l'Institut Montaigne, Philippe Martin, doyen de l'école des affaires publiques de Sciences Po et membre du Cercle des économistes, et Denis Payre, président de Nature and People First, dans l'émission Les Experts, présentée par Nicolas Doze sur BFM Business. Retrouvez l'émission du lundi au vendredi et réécoutez la en podcast.
In this episode of "How You Create," I am joined by documentary photographer Wesaam Al-Badry, 2023 Google Pixel & Aperture Creator Labs Photo Fund grant recipient. Wesaam, born in Nasiriyah, Iraq, fled to Saudi Arabia and lived in refugee camps for 4 and half years at the outset of what became known as the Gulf War. In late 1994, Wesaam and his family were relocated to Lincoln, Nebraska. Both his time in refugee camps, his working class upbringing in Nebraska, and late his attainment of master's in New Media journalism at the University of California, Berkeley, and his BFA from the San Francisco Art Institute culminate in his work which depicts honest moments of the lives of those often absent from art institutes, and a deep belief in the integrity and responsibility of his work. Wesaam urges any listeners who have questions or needs advice about work and grants to reach out to him directly at email@example.com. We talked deeply about the responsibility photographers has to the people in the communities photographers use in their art, why more more negatives makes more sense to him than more posting on Instagram, and how relationship and community is the most essential skill for photographers Wesaam has worked for global media outlets, including CNN and Al-Jazeera America. His photographs have been featured in the New York Times, Rolling Stone Magazine, The Atlantic, NPR, Fortune, The Nation, and Mother Jones. Al-Badry has received The John Collier Jr. Award for Still Photography, Dorothea Lange Fellowship, the Jim Marshall Fellowship for Photography, The National Geographic Society fellowship, Magnum Foundation, and The Emerson Collective, and is currently a fellow at The Center for Visual Documentation.
How can HR professionals be true people partners that empower and shape company culture? bswift's Chief People Officer Natalie Atwood talks with bWise hosts Don and Sharon about her passion for putting people first. Learn how she's guiding bswift's cultural evolution—focusing on talent, transparency, engagement, and wellbeing. Natalie also discusses key elements of bswift's benefits admin success like speed, simplicity, and creating a culture of connection in a remote-first world. Tune in for an uplifting discussion on leading with care, trust, and fun.
Lots of companies say they put their customers first, but what does it mean to be a truly people-centric organization? According to Rah Mahtani, 's head of marketing for North America, it means changing the way you think about your customers — as well as the products you design for them, and the marketing you create to reach them. Here, he breaks down some great "people-centric" examples of product design, and explains how Alibaba brings people (aka customers!) into their process.
Anna Mbengam: Prioritizing People And Empowering Teams in the Scrum Master's Absence Read the full Show Notes and search through the world's largest audio library on Scrum directly on the Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast website: http://bit.ly/SMTP_ShowNotes. In this episode, Anna emphasizes the critical role of a Scrum Master in ensuring team happiness. She prioritizes facilitating self-organization and meaningful interactions among team members. Anna's success criteria extend beyond metrics to encompass factors like continuous improvement, agile mindset adoption, and positive team culture. She advocates for open dialogue and hosts regular one-on-one meetings to gauge individual team members' progress and well-being. Anna also empowers the team to take ownership of the Scrum Master role in her absence, assessing the impact upon her return. Featured Retrospective Format For The Week: Start/Stop/Continue, To Help Scrum Masters Listen Better Anna likes the 'Start/Stop/Continue' retrospective format, as it fosters understanding and alignment within the team. Initially driven to implement sweeping changes, Anna learned the value of stepping back to enable teams to drive their own transformations. This format allows her to actively listen and discern the team's focal points, resulting in more effective and meaningful retrospectives. [IMAGE HERE] Retrospectives, planning sessions, vision workshops, we are continuously helping teams learn about how to collaborate in practice! In this Actionable Agile Tools book, Jeff Campbell shares some of the tools he's learned over a decade of coaching Agile Teams. The pragmatic coaching book you need, right now! Buy Actionable Agile Tools on Amazon, or directly from the author, and supercharge your facilitation toolbox! About Anna Mbengam Anna, an accomplished Scrum Master and SAFe Coach since 2018, thrives in diverse industries like Personal Investments, Healthcare, Food & beverage, and Banking. She's authored 5 self-published guides aiding aspiring Scrum Masters, and her mentoring has transformed 200+ professionals into highly effective individuals for any organization. You can link with Anna Mbengam on LinkedIn and read Anna's books.
The People Strategy Podcast provides an ongoing coaching experience that the C-suite can leverage to align their people to more effectively execute the business strategy. The show challenges leaders to create a talent strategy roadmap that will increase profits and boost employee engagement. Host, Traci Austin, invites purpose-driven leaders to join her for deep-dive conversations on present challenges across the employee lifecycle. Listeners walk away with insights and strategic action steps to move them and their people forward. Episodes are ideal for Human Resource and Executive Level Managers to better understand how to create a strategy to best serve their organization best. Additional Resources: Connect with Traci on LinkedIn Learn more about Elevated Talent Consulting Follow PeopleForward Network on LinkedIn Learn more about PeopleForward Network
Our special guest today is April Stopka, State Commercial Escrow Manager for First American Title. We discuss her role of supporting military veterans and first responders through assistance in the real estate purchase process, her military service as an Army reservist, the good work American First Title does in their community via "People First" initiatives and the impact of A.I. on business and society.When April is not at work, you can find her spending time with her family, lifting weights at the gym, playing golf, fulfilling her life's purpose in volunteering in charity organizations, and serving in any capacity as needed within her church community.Major Ed Pulido, U.S. Army (Ret.) is the founder of the John-Daly - Major Ed Heart of a Lion Foundation, co-founder of Warriors for Freedom Foundation, co-founder and former Sr. VP of the Folds of Honor Foundation, author of Warrior For Freedom, Challenge, Triumph, & Change. Major Ed has been awarded the Bronze Star with Valor, Purple Heart, Meritorious Service Medal and Joint Service Commendation and Achievement Metals during his 19-year Army career before medically retiring in 2005.Major Ed always says: "It's a great day to be an American!" Future episodes will feature celebrity guests, special friends, businessmen and women doing amazing things in their communities plus stories of trial and triumph. Major Ed tells stories of military families, community supporters and positivity from all over this great nation. https://www.majored.orghttps://www.jdme1991.orghttps://www.warriorsforfreedom.orgSponsored by First American Title: https://local.firstam.com/ok/offices/nichols-hills
This episode is sponsored by Syneos Health®, a leading fully integrated biopharmaceutical solutions organization built to accelerate customer success. Syneos translates unique clinical, medical affairs and commercial insights into outcomes to address modern market realities. Together they share insights, use the latest technologies and apply advanced business practices to speed customer delivery of important therapies to patients. Syneos supports a diverse, equitable and inclusive culture. To learn more about how Syneos is shortening the distance from lab to life®, visit syneoshealth.com. Mark Freebery, MSL Regional Director East, and Rachel Pater, Community Medical Liaison Director, West at Syneos Health discuss the importance of investing in people and putting interpersonal relationships first, business second. Mark and Rachel share…
Hello my People First off my heart goes out to both sides involved war never solves anything but God does In today's episode I'm talking about Israeli and Palestinian war & Some of the reasons why President Biden should stay out of it also what's brewing in Haiti hmmmmm listen and get your self a copy of me not my Book A Conversation with Alexandria August For donations https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/my/profile
Today's Call is the Windermere Coaching Minute Podcast. Devon Kruse is our guest today. We'll talk about how she went from zero to 60 in his career. What might help other people that are newer, newer to real estate launch their career. Here are 15 key points from the interview between Joe Galindo and Devon Kruse: 1. Devon got into real estate after witnessing a real estate transaction during the pandemic. She was drawn to the people-centric nature of the business. 2. Devon started her career at the beginning of the pandemic in 2020, so most of her initial business was conducted over Zoom. This made it challenging as real estate is an in-person business. 3. In her first year, Devon completed 8 transactions. 4 were from her personal sphere, 2 were referred by other brokers, and 2 were co-listings where she got experience. 4. Currently in year 3, Devon has about 150 people in her database. It's a mix of family, friends, past clients and referrals. 5. Devon sends monthly e-newsletters, quarterly mailers, and hosts 2 in-person events per year to her database. She meets more frequently with her A's and B's. 6. Devon has around 4-5 "hot" leads at a time that she communicates with multiple times per week. Her "warm" list is larger and she checks in less frequently. 7. Devon looks for life changes and pain/pleasure motivators on social media to identify potential leads. But she tries not to be opportunistic. 8. Devon completed the 28 Day Challenge which focuses on morning routine, business goals, and database segmentation. This helped give her focus when starting out. 9. Devon tracks everything in Google sheets - her database, value items sent, and upcoming actions. She reviews it weekly. 10. Devon attends a weekly Wednesday mastermind meeting for accountability and idea sharing. This has been very valuable for her learning. 11. A key advice Devon has it to focus on your database, be consistent in your follow up, and network with others in the industry. 12. Devon had an excellent mentor that she met with weekly and could call anytime in her first year. This was crucial to her success. 13. In her first year, Devon completed 8 transactions - 6 that she got paid on. 4 were from her sphere, 2 referred, 2 co-listings. 14. Devon focuses on providing value, education and being a resource for clients rather than traditional sales pitching. 15. Consistency in communication is key - even if people don't respond, putting your name in front of them regularly matters. Contact Devon Kruse firstname.lastname@example.org. Cell (425) 681-9347 --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/coachingmin/support
As a manager if your desire is to be effective you must ask yourself one fundamental question. How much do you value the contributions of those you oversee leading? The answer to this question will determine your longevity as a leader. Business News Daily reports: Additionally, lack of employee engagement in the workplace contributes to retention challenges: 62 percent of employers say they struggle to keep employees engaged and productive. Employee Turnover. It's painful for any business. It's especially painful for small businesses. Turnover is time-consuming and costly for small businesses. And I am on a mission to reduce employee turnover. For Anne Donovan her passion, is her purpose. “I am a Human Resources leader known for developing new programs and training, dramatically improving employee retention and leadership performance. By conducting extensive employee feedback research, I design initiatives to address underlying issues across many industries. Organizations value my talent for identifying core workforce needs and taking action to develop and drive projects. Some of my successes include dramatically reducing turnover, introducing retention programs, spearheading leadership development programs, and creating succession plans for the future. In addition, leading culture shifts and change management during highly stressful times are some of my specialties. I have created high-performing teams by leading with a people-first philosophy. I develop and facilitate Leadership Development workshops with high energy and an eye on drawing people in for maximized learning. My passion lies in helping companies and people thrive.” She joined me this week to tell me more. For more information: https://donovanhrsolutions.com/ LinkedIn: Anne Donovan, SPHR,
Ce vendredi 13 octobre, les principaux problèmes liés à l'augmentation des salaires, de la restauration de la productivité des employés, qui est en baisse, ainsi que le rôle de l'État dans cette hausse, ont été abordés par Jean-Marc Vittori, éditorialiste aux Echos, Camille Landais, président du Conseil d'Analyse Économique, et Denis Payre, président de Nature & People First, dans l'émission Les Experts, présentée par Nicolas Doze sur BFM Business. Retrouvez l'émission du lundi au vendredi et réécoutez la en podcast.
Ce vendredi 13 octobre, Nicolas Doze a reçu Jean-Marc Vittori, éditorialiste aux Echos, Camille Landais, président du Conseil d'Analyse Economique, et Denis Payre, président de Nature & People First, dans l'émission Les Experts sur BFM Business. Retrouvez l'émission du lundi au vendredi et réécoutez la en podcast.
Ce vendredi 13 octobre, le coût de la transition verte a été abordé par Jean-Marc Vittori, éditorialiste aux Echos, Camille Landais, président du Conseil d'Analyse Économique, et Denis Payre, président de Nature & People First, dans l'émission Les Experts, présentée par Nicolas Doze sur BFM Business. Retrouvez l'émission du lundi au vendredi et réécoutez la en podcast.
Welcome to Life in the Leadership Lane where I am talking to leaders making a difference in the workplace and in our communities. How did they get to where they are and what are they doing to stay there! Buckle up and get ready to accelerate in the Leadership Lane! This week, I am talking with Paul Killion, Regional Human Resources Manager at AutoZone... How did Paul get started in his career? What led him to the world of HR and Leadership? When did Paul “find his lane” in his career? What does Paul share about people first approach? What does Paul share about leadership? What does Paul share about writing notes? What does Paul share about feedback? What does Paul share about employee recognition pins? What does Paul share about company culture? What advice does Paul share to help us in our every day? …and more as we spend “Time to Accelerate” with a few more questions. Interview resources: Favorite quote(s) from Paul: “If your company doesn't have a culture, be the beginning.”. “Every day when I get up, people are my focus.” Connect with Paul on LinkedIn Check out Bruce's books Life in the Leadership Lane; Moving Leaders to Inspire and Change the Workplace Find Your Lane; Change your GPS, Change your Career (“Book Authority” Best Books) Milemarkers; A 5 Year Journey …helping you record daily highlights to keep you on track. Subscribe to Bruce's Blog “Move to Inspire” Connect with Bruce on LinkedIn Connect with Bruce on Twitter Connect with Bruce on Instagram Connect with Bruce on Facebook Get relocation support for your next household goods or commercial office move across the US by reaching out to Bruce at mailto:email@example.com or visit The Armstrong Company
Howard Behar joined Starbucks as President of North America in the very early days of the company. He learned quickly that as a leader, CEO Howard Schultz truly cared for the company's people, from its employees to its customers. In this Tugboat Institute® talk, Howard shares the stories of two men named Jim, a customer and an employee. The stories illustrate what “caring like you mean it” looks like, and how far Howard Schultz was willing to go for his people. Listen and be inspired to care like you mean it.
Laurent Kretz échange avec Christian Jorge, le cofondateur de Vestiaire Collective, aujourd'hui à la tête d'Omie. La marque alimentaire qui mise sur l'agriculture régénérative a aujourd'hui fédéré 10K clients et génère un CA de 10 millions d'euros. Christian nous explique l'impact de son entreprise, à la fois écologique et social. Il nous partage également sa stratégie de distribution, ses enseignements en matière de pricing et de packaging, et pourquoi il a décidé de communiquer à la télévision. Dans ce nouvel épisode du Panier, vous trouverez des clés pour : Choisir ses associés pour leurs valeurs et leurs apports techniques [03”30] ; Définir sa plateforme de marque autour de la sobriété [10”50] ; S'appuyer sur des labels tiers pour prouver son impact [13”20] ; Se lancer en D2C pour garder la main sur sa plateforme de marque [17”10] ; Tester son concept sur LinkedIn et Ulule pour fédérer une communauté et récolter des insights [35”45] ; Miser sur un pricing abordable pour maximiser sa capacité d'impact [41”20] ; Changer de packaging et de branding pour se différencier en rayon et à la télévision [52”00] ; Passer à la grande distribution pour toucher 90% des consommateurs français et réussir sa mission [1”04”35]. Pour en savoir plus sur les références abordées dans l'épisode : L'épisode de GDIY après Vestiaire Collective Le billet Médium qui a lancé Omie Le fond d'investissement Team Pact L'épisode de People First avec Christian Jorge Planète score Lively.earth Et quelques dernières infos à vous partager : Suivez Le Panier sur Instagram lepanier.podcast ! Inscrivez- vous à la newsletter sur leanier.io pour cartonner en e-comm ! Écoutez les épisodes sur Apple Podcasts, Spotify ou encore Podcast Addict Le Panier est un podcast produit par CosaVostra, du label Orso Media.
Ce lundi 11 septembre, la promesse du gouvernement de ne pas augmenter les impôts, ainsi que la possible fin définitive de la CVAE en 2027 ont été abordées par Eric Heyer, directeur du département Analyse et Prévision à l'OFCE, Denis Payre, président de Nature & People First, et Augustin Landier, professeur à HEC, dans l'émission Les Experts, présentée par Nicolas Doze sur BFM Business. Retrouvez l'émission du lundi au vendredi et réécoutez la en podcast.
Ce lundi 11 septembre, Nicolas Doze a reçu Eric Heyer, directeur du département Analyse et Prévision à l'OFCE, Denis Payre, président de Nature & People First, et Augustin Landier, professeur à HEC, dans l'émission Les Experts sur BFM Business. Retrouvez l'émission du lundi au vendredi et réécoutez la en podcast.
Ce lundi 11 septembre, la baisse de deux milliards d'euros pour les classes moyennes qui est repoussée à 2025, la BCE qui doit faire face à l'inflation malgré la hausse des taux et la question du climat, ont été abordées par Eric Heyer, directeur du département Analyse et Prévision à l'OFCE, Denis Payre, président de Nature & People First, et Augustin Landier, professeur à HEC, dans l'émission Les Experts, présentée par Nicolas Doze sur BFM Business. Retrouvez l'émission du lundi au vendredi et réécoutez la en podcast.
In this episode, your host Doug Utberg speaks with Joe Altieri, President of FlexScreen, about the significance of balancing growth with employee well-being and promoting a people-first approach in business for long-term success.Joe shares insights on leadership, operational execution, and fostering a healthy company culture, challenging conventional business paradigms. If you want to know more about Joe's work, click HERE.If you're a founder or CEO who is value-focused and puts your people first, please apply to be a guest on the show HERE.
Getting the job done for the future. Laurel Paget-Seekins, author of People First a report from TransitCenter, joined the podcast to talk about how transit agencies need a more strategic human resources function to attract and retain talent. Laurel shared the workforce challenges transit agencies are experiencing, how staffing is impacting operations, and what strategies agencies can pursue to address these challenges. She discussed the need for human resources to be more than transactional and the importance of retention and organizational culture. Host: Ben Kittelson
It's easy to get distracted by the trends, new platforms, and brands that are social media stars in their own right. But how do you create a strategy that's right for your brand? This episode of Social Pros with Mariya Spektor, Director of Content, Social Media at Social Chain, has some tips you won't want to miss. Huge thanks to our amazing sponsors for helping us make this happen. Please support them; we couldn't do it without their help! This week: Salesforce Marketing Cloud ICUC Full Episode Details It should go without saying. Social media is all about the people, and yet if your social media strategy is caught up in trying to go viral or become the next Wendy's, you might not get the results you hope for. In this episode, we spoke with Mariya Spektor, who is the Director of Content for Social Media at Social Chain. We chat about the importance of building a community and how there's often a disconnect for brands who are going about social the wrong way. For Mariya, she sees a lot of brands practicing “savage social” (think Wendy's and Ryanair) when it doesn't match their brand tone. Instead, Mariya shares some tips on building a strategy that puts people first. We also discuss different platforms and whether Threads is the next Twitter rival, how some brands are monetizing TikTok content, and why there's a compromise to be made between speed and creativity. In This Episode: 00:00 - Introduction 03:36 – Why community is so important in social media 06:30 – Why some brands face a community disconnect 08:32 – Which brands get “savage social” right 15:31 – How brands can set themselves up for success 20:44 – Mariya's experiences of TikTok shopping 26:00 – Predictions on the future of Threads 30:20 – The challenge of keeping up with different social media platforms 32:16 – Speed vs. creativity – which matters most? 35:48 – Staying on trend in social media 38:03 – The big two questions Resources Schedule a consultation with ICUC Grab your free Social Media Audit Bundle Visit SocialPros.com for more insights from your favorite social media marketers.
Today, we're exploring the ins and outs of seller financing and how you can use it to close deals while prioritizing people over properties with Jeff Stephens. Become a thoughtful real estate entrepreneur by learning his tips on acquiring, marketing, and more!WHAT YOU'LL LEARN FROM THIS EPISODE What it means to be a thoughtful real estate entrepreneurOne of the main roles of marketing and how Jeff approaches sellersThe most essential criterion when buying properties with seller financingBenefits of having a great business coach An overview of the supercharged seller financing methodRESOURCE/LINK MENTIONEDDiscover the ins and outs of buying properties using seller financing with Jeff's FREE video training session! Sign up to get access to this valuable content at https://sellerfinancing-101.com/optin1669905082855 ABOUT JEFF STEPHENSJeff Stephens has been a full-time entrepreneur since 2003. He started and ran a marketing agency for ten years, specializing in brand strategy for community banks and credit unions. In 2006, he discovered “Rich Dad, Poor Dad,” which changed his life. He immediately began devouring education about real estate investing and quickly bought his first rental property—a triplex in Portland, OR. In 2013, Jeff sold his marketing agency and transitioned to full-time real estate entrepreneurship.CONNECT WITH JEFFPodcast: Racking Up Rentals: https://apple.co/45umY7KFacebook: The Thoughtful Real Estate Entrepreneur: https://www.facebook.com/thoughtfulre CONNECT WITH USWant a list of top-rated real estate conferences, virtual meetups, and mastermind groups? Send Tate an email at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about real estate using a relational approach.Looking for ways to make passive income? Greenlight Equity Group can help you invest in multifamily properties and create consistent cash flow without being a landlord. Book a consultation call and download Tate's free ebook, "F.I.R.E.-Financial Independence Retire Early via Apartment Investing," at www.investwithgreenlight.com to start your wealth-building journey today!
Get ready to reshape your HR practices with our insightful guest, Noah Warder. Noah, a vastly experienced HR strategist, brings a fresh perspective to the table, advocating for a culture that stimulates open dialogue and forethought. He shares his wisdom on how to balance daily tasks and strategic initiatives while also debunking the misconception that effective people practices need to be intricate or costly. Tackling diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI), Noah emphasizes the vital role of a diverse leadership team in recruiting a diverse workforce, and the significance of tying DEI strategies to business objectives. We also dig into Noah's views on trust-building within HR, and his strategies for providing constructive feedback, including the challenge of communicating with those skeptical of HR. Transparency in leadership is also on the agenda, highlighting how openness and clear communication can empower employees and foster greater engagement. In the closing segments of our conversation, we explore the importance of creating diverse and inclusive spaces as well as some excellent resources like Amplify Academy, People People Group, and People Ops Group. Content marketing in HR isn't left out, with Noah shedding light on how Gusto is leading the way. The episode wraps up with a discussion on the potential of networking platforms like LinkedIn and how to harness them for connection and learning. Prepare to be enlightened and inspired! Show Highlights: Exploring HR practices and prioritization Effective DEI strategies and business cases Building trust in HR Transparency and trust in leadership Connecting with diverse perspectives and communities Content and learning on Guusto Follow and Review: We'd love for you to follow us if you haven't yet. Click that purple '+' in the top right corner of your Apple Podcasts app. We'd love it even more if you could drop a review or 5-star rating over on Apple Podcasts. Simply select “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review” then a quick line with your favorite part of the episode. It only takes a second and it helps spread the word about the podcast. People & Resources Mentioned In This Episode: Noah Warder - LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/noahwarder/ Noah Warder - Twitter: https://twitter.com/NoahWarder PeopleOps Consulting - https://www.peopleopsconsulting.com/ Guusto - https://guusto.com/ Lars Schmidt - LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/larsschmidt Amplify Academy - https://amplifytalent.com/academy ChartHop People Ops Community - https://www.charthop.com/the-people-ops-community/ The People People Group - https://thepeoplepeoplegroup.com/ Connect with Jennifer: Send her a message: https://jennifermcclure.net/contact On LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/jennifermcclure On Twitter https://twitter.com/JenniferMcClure On Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jennifer_mcclure/ On Facebook http://www.facebook.com/JenniferMcClureSpeaker *** Episode Credits If you like this podcast and are thinking of creating your own, consider talking to my producer, Emerald City Productions. They helped me grow and produce the podcast you are listening to right now. Find out more at https://emeraldcitypro.com. Let them know I sent you.
Okay, imagine this… Your alarm goes off at 1 a.m. In an hour, it's your job to be on the back of a trash pickup truck. Oh, and by the way? You're one of the top leaders of the company. Believe it or not, that's exactly what today's guest did … every week, for seven and a half years! Jim Fish, the CEO of Waste Management, is just that kind of leader – one who spends time on the front lines to be with his team and truly listen to them. Jim is connected to the people he leads, and he's focused on putting them first when he makes decisions. And he knows that by taking care of his people, they'll then take care of customers, and that, in turn, provides value to shareholders. It's a fantastic formula, and it's inspiring to hear how Jim is putting it to work while also finding new ways to think about sustainability. That includes being the title sponsor of the Waste Management Open on the PGA Tour, which SOMEHOW is a zero waste event despite the 700,000 fans who come for the party. We get into all that and more in this episode, so listen now! You'll also learn: Two practical ideas to help you deal with a shrinking trade labor pool How to use technology to minimize the impact of turnover How they've reduced customer call volume by 25% What really goes into making the Waste Management Open a zero-waste event Four traits of a healthy CEO Tips for assessing risks for your business – and protecting your business from them The weirdest piece of garbage they've ever seen
In this episode, your host Doug Utberg speaks with Joey Haven, a Managing Partner of Strategic Growth at HORNE, about prioritizing people in leadership.Joey emphasizes deliberate activities consistent with the team's beliefs and culture and highlights the importance of building relationships with them.In order to encourage growth and resilience in organizations, he emphasizes the need for productive cultures, cautions against compromising on conduct, and promotes failing forward.If you want to know more about Joey's work, click HERE.If you're a founder or CEO who is value-focused and puts your people first, please apply to be a guest on the show HERE.
Unlock the paradox of leadership: Join Travis Dommert, the people-first powerhouse, as he challenges leaders to prioritize others over themselves, igniting a culture of trust and accountability to drive high-performance success.In this episode, you will learn:How to cultivate a performance-driven, people-centric culture through effective leadership.The correlation between impactful leadership and reduced instances of employee burnout and mental health concerns.The importance of leadership in creating employee experiences that enhance job satisfaction and productivity.The qualities that make a stellar manager and how they foster a feeling of care within the team.How to design a people-first environment that encourages individual passion with organizational goals. List 3:Deep-seated passion for uplifting workplace culture is what sets Travis Dommert apart. Leaving a lasting legacy in leadership development for over two decades, Travis is currently championing his role as Senior Vice President of Talent at One Digital. Equipped with a wealth of knowledge, he ignites growth by attracting and nurturing talent. From his early days in consulting to stepping into the talent industry in 2003, Travis's commitment to people-first workplace culture has been unshakeable. He has made great strides in understanding what makes top-performing teams tick, translating his insights into actionable strategies. As a nod to his expertise, he shares his wisdom through speaking engagements on inspiring topics like employee engagement and talent selection.Connect with Andy Storch here:WebsiteLinkedInJoin us in the Talent Development Think Tank Community!Connect with Travis Dommert:LinkedIn