In this episode of the HR Leaders Podcast, I'm joined by Ross Thornley, Author, Keynote Speaker on Adaptability & The Future of Work. Co-Founder of AQai.The pace of change in the world today is faster than ever before. Expertise that once took decades to accumulate can become irrelevant in months. To thrive in this environment, we need to upgrade our operating system, both as individuals and organizations.
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Working 100+ hours a week nearly burned Gregg out. If running your recruitment business is stressing you out, Gregg's story may be able to help you. I am pleased to be joined by Gregg Salkovitch. Gregg is intentionally growing his recruitment firm to become a lifestyle business. Along the way, he learned a lot of things to achieve his goal while gaining more lifestyle freedom. You will hear insightful strategies on how Gregg is building his team and delegating tasks. We also discussed why it is critical to hire a COO to help you in scaling your business. After a career as a top sales performer for 3 consecutive companies, Gregg co-founded a sales recruitment agency to combine the 2 things he loves most in business: sales and helping people. In 6 years, Gregg grew his company organically with no outside funding to 60 employees, reaching the Inc. 5000 for fastest growing companies 3 consecutive times. He then started a separate recruiting company, Right Choice Resources, which specifically focuses on the placement of salespeople, executives, marketing, account management, and customer success. Episode Outline and Highlights [01:38] Gregg's journey of how he got into recruiting. [04:30] When being laid off is a blessing in disguise. [10:18] Transitioning from individual contributor to a recruitment business owner: Gregg shares the challenges that they overcame. [14:51] Scaling team to 60 people in six years. [17:07] Gregg reveals his key success factors. [20:06] Character over resume: hiring strategies to get the right people. [35:11] Discussion on growth strategies for a lifestyle business. [37:02] When to hire a COO role to scale your business. [42:49] Make less money in the short term to get long-term benefits. [48:04] Transferrable skills from sales to recruiting. [52:57] What is next for Gregg and his business? Getting Laid Off Pushed Gregg Into a Recruiting Career Gregg shared an amazing story of resilience on how he got into the recruiting industry. Getting laid off unexpectedly pushed Gregg into a recruiting career. He loved his sales job and was blindsided when he was laid off after 4 years as a top performer. This made interviewing difficult as he had to overcome the perception that he must have underperformed despite being an actual top performer. He also had non-compete from his old company which prevented him from staying in the same industry. Facing these challenges pushed Greg to explore a new path by using his sales skills to transition into recruiting. This pivot into recruiting ended up being life-changing for Greg's career. You will hear how he used skills he learned from sales to be an effective recruiter. He even leverages his experience of being laid off to engage with candidates. “I think when I speak to candidates and we're seeing more layoffs right now, I have major empathy for them because it's not just like, I've sold like you. I've stood at trade shows for 5 hours like you. I've been laid off like you. And that really helps me, in my opinion, become a better recruiter because I've actually lived it.” Though difficult, getting laid off opened new opportunities that Greg capitalized on. In his words, “It was a blessing in disguise. It was probably the best thing that ever happened.” Character Over Credentials: Building an All-Star Team to Scale Another topic that will also resonate with a lot of business owners is strategies for hiring recruiters and team members to scale. Gregg focuses on hiring people based on character and shared values over resume credentials. He wants people he genuinely enjoys working with. He told the story of how hiring a trusted person without recruiting experience worked well for their business. This strategy works well for Gregg and his team. He has grown his first recruiting company (with no outside funding) to 60 employees, reaching the Inc. 5000 for Fastest-Growing Companies 3 times! These are some of my takeaways from their strategy: Vetting the work ethic, values, and coachability is crucial Greg wants employees he has a natural rapport A team aligned in values helps ensure an ethical, collaborative culture Why Hiring a COO is Critical If you are a solo recruitment entrepreneur and planning to scale, hiring a COO is critical. This has been true for both Gregg and me, where hiring an effective COO became a game changer. A lot of us may be able to relate to what Gregg said: “I've been doing it by myself for twelve years and I've never really had help. And it's been exhausting. I mean, it's been an amazing ride, but it's been exhausting. And I like to have my recruiters focus on recruiting. I mean, that's what keeps the lights on and not worrying about doing side projects and onboarding employees and dealing with maybe a tough client, which I know is going to wear them down a little bit. So that's why I decided to hire somebody in operations, is that I have my recruiters recruiting. I'm doing everything else, and to do everything else, it's a lot. I just need a helping hand.” Gregg is intentionally growing his firm slowly to have a lifestyle business. Hiring a COO helps him to focus on sales while delegating operations. Offloading operational tasks and delegating things that he does not enjoy doing creates more freedom and a better lifestyle. This resonates well with me. Some business owners may be apprehensive to take this approach because paying someone else can translate to lesser profit. But keep in mind that making less in the short term creates more freedom to earn much more in the long term. Our Sponsor This podcast is proudly sponsored by i-intro i-intro® is an end-to-end retained recruitment platform. Their technology and methodology allow recruiters to differentiate themselves from the competition, win more retained business, bigger fees, and increase their billings. Their software combined with world-class training enables you to transition from transactional, contingency recruiter to consultative, retained recruiter. Instead of being perceived as a “me too” vendor, you'll be positioned as a “me only” solutions provider. Be sure to mention Mark Whitby or The Resilient Recruiter. Book your free, no-obligation consultation here: https://recruitmentcoach.com/retained Gregg Salkovitch Bio and Contact Info After being a top sales performer for 3 consecutive companies, Gregg decided to co-found a company combining the 2 things he loved most in business, sales and helping people. Over 6 year period, Gregg grew this bootstrapped company with no outside funding to 60 employees, reaching the Inc. 5000 for fastest growing companies 3 consecutive times. He then started a separate recruiting company, Right Choice Resources, which specifically focuses on the placement of salespeople, executives, marketing, account management, and customer success. Gregg on LinkedIn Right Choice Resources website link People and Resources Mentioned Allan Fisher on LinkedIn Greg Savage on LinkedIn Paul Warner on LinkedIn Rocket Fuel by Gino Wickman and Mark C. Winters Connect with Mark Whitby Get your FREE 30-minute strategy call Mark on LinkedIn Mark on Twitter: @MarkWhitby Mark on Facebook Mark on Instagram: @RecruitmentCoach Related Podcast You Might Enjoy TRR#166 How to Bill $1,000,000 For Ten Years Straight and Grow a Successful Team, with Allan Fisher TRR#189 Recruiting the Savage Way: Navigating AI, Metrics, and Mindset for Recruitment Success, with Greg Savage TRR#143 How a Competitive Bike Racer Turned Recruiter Built a 7-Figure Staffing Firm in 3 Years, with Paul Warner Subscribe to The Resilient Recruiter If you've been enjoying the podcast, please take two minutes to leave a review. Your review is greatly appreciated because it helps us attract a bigger audience and help more recruiters. “Support the podcast and leave a review here”.
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Ian is out with Messi Fever and the boys called in backup. Former Vancouver Whitecaps Director of Recruitment Nikos Overheul opens our eyes into recruitment in MLS, the value of strategic thinking, how to build a team/organization. And also, trivia.
You've seen it, right? The leased Ferraris, those rented yachts, and heavens, the paid followers. All tailored, all crafted, to sell you a sparkly dream.I recently shared a teaser about these fakers on Instagram, giving you a sprinkle of my thoughts. Today, it's the full-blown rant. These “gurus” paint their lives flawless, never letting you peek behind the curtain of hardships. Hell, some can't even walk the talk they're peddling.But here's the kicker — we lap it up. Gulp it down, believing it's THAT easy. Perhaps because we'd rather believe in shortcuts than roll up our sleeves. So, who's really at fault here? Is it them or... us? Time to find out.---About your host, Tej:Tej graduated from King's' College London with a BSc Biochemistry in 2014, he then pursued a career in Medical Education and Marketing. Soon after his second job… he was fired!He then went in search of a more ethical path, a business he could set up where the reward was equal to the work put in. “If they are making pounds, why am I making pennies?” - was his thought process, not happy with slow progression and bureaucracy (& having to wear smart shoes everyday). This lead him to opening a Recruitment business (not sure where the ethics went) which doubled in profit every year, for 4 years. He hated it. Golden handcuffs they call it.Fortunately, he used the cash he'd built up from that business, to educate himself in Property Investing. Soon, he'd stopped the business and transitioned into Property Investment full time. He then had a slow start -Purchasing 15 properties in his first 9 months, using over £650,000 of Investor Finance, he built a £1,200,000 property portfolio and created £30,000 of profit from flips. This gave him ‘financial freedom', but it was the most stressful period of his life. Growing quickly is very painful. He recently made £95,000 from two flips.Let's not forget that his Podcast grew to be the most-reviewed UK Property Podcast, peaking at 4,000 unique downloads per episode.His Podcast (Tej Talks) now sits at 800,000 downloads in over 120 countries and has 500 reviews, rated 5/5.Tej InvestsTej TalkseLearning Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In this episode of the HR Leaders Podcast, I'm joined by Lara Pyko, Chief People Officer at Mendix, to discuss the challenges of scaling a startup into an enterprise.Lara shares how Mendix rapidly grew from a small startup to a global company, expanding headcount exponentially. She emphasizes the need to balance maintaining startup culture while implementing necessary processes and infrastructure.
Northeast Mississippi Community College president Dr. Ricky G. Ford sits down with Marketing and Public Relations Specialist Liz Calvery to discuss how the college takes steps to ensure not only the mental health of its students but its employees as well. Ford talks about the lecture by former coach Mark Potter on Tuesday, September 19 where the former basketball headman came in to speak in the Bonner Arnold Coliseum and the college president also discusses all the tools that Northeast has to offer through its Success Center and Guidance offices. To wrap up the time, Ford gives listeners the Northeast News and discusses athletics, academics, workforce, student activities and human resources along with many more important things happening at one of the nation's top community colleges. For those who may have missed an episode, all Northeast TigerTalk episodes are archived at https://nemcctigertalk.simplecast.com.
Are you looking to build a successful team of agents and increase retention? Look no further! In this episode of Team Building Podcast, Jeff talks about the three types of agents you'll want to consider for recruitment and cover the culture leads, accountability systems and strategies necessary for retaining each one. Discover which type of agent is best suited for your organization and take your business to the next level with these tips! Follow this link to Grow With ERS. This podcast is produced by Two Brothers Creative 2023.
"When you're aligned on vision, values and strategic direction, you can achieve anything…”In this week's bite-sized startup mentorship episode, we're joined by Charlene Chen, JBM Board Advisor, COO of AZA Finance and Co-Founder of Operations Nation. Charlene is not only a brilliant COO, but also happens to be our very first 40 Minute Mentor guest, back when we started the podcast in 2019. In today's episode, you'll learn more about: ➡️ Charlene's squiggly career to COO [01:06] ➡️ A full overview of the COO role [03:27] ➡️ The evolution and expansion of the COO role [07:05] ➡️ The essential skills any COO needs [09:26] ➡️ Making the leap from Head of Ops to COO [14:04] ➡️ Common challenges COOs face [16:16] ➡️ Building effective relationships across the C-Suite [22:13] ➡️ Resources any aspiring COO should check out [26:20] ⛳ Helpful links:➡️ Connect with Charlene: https://www.linkedin.com/in/charlenechen/➡️ Find out more about Operations Nation: https://operationsnation.com/➡️ Check out this year's Ops Fest: https://operationsnation.com/events/international-ops-fest ➡️ Secure your seat at the annual cONference: https://lu.ma/cONference2023 ⭐Enjoyed this episode?⭐️Keep up to date with all our latest episodes, by hitting the subscribe button on your favourite podcast platform. And for any feedback on what you enjoy the most and ideas on what we can do to make 40 Minute Mentor even better, please leave us a review on https://ratethispodcast.com/40mm
This session was recorded as part of The Higher Ed Insights Summit 2023. Dr. Ferguson will walk you through how he uses the admission pipeline of the student lifecycle to build a recruitment plan. Beginning with an institution's vision, mission, and portfolio of academic programs, he will show you how he sets net tuition revenue and new student headcount goals. After setting goals, he will walk through some examples of inquiry generation and application cultivation that is designed to admit highly engaged applicants in order to increase yield rates while minimizing summer melt.
Although Sunni Chauhan had embraced the idea of becoming a doctor, as she knew she loved both problem solving and helping people, she thought if she was going to in medicine the rest of her life she'd take pre-med classes alongside something else that interested her. She became an economics major. At graduation, she decided to take a two-year break before jumping into med school and figured she'd be a management consultant. But if it really was going to be only two years, she realized she'd see a lot more from a deal perspective in banking where the cycles are shorter. Somehow, the two years turned into 16 and the MD her parents thought would be medical doctor turned to managing director.Her love of mergers and acquisitions allowed her to see a lot and learn a lot over those many years. When given a chance to reinvent herself, she took those skills, found ways to acquire new ones, and landed in new spots a few times over.//In this episode, find out from Sunni how keeping open to new things can lead to unexpected joys …on today's Roads Taken with Leslie Jennings Rowley. About This Episode's GuestSunni Chauhan is a strategic business leader with more than 25 years of experience advising leaders on value creation through talent, strategy, M&A and corporate finance, sustainability and stakeholder engagement. Currently she is exercising her broad skillset, gained over a wide range of professional experiences, as a consultant in the board and CEO practice at Spencer Stuart. She and her family live in London. For another story about someone who thought they'd take a two year break and go back to the plan (and also about taking a new path after a long run) listen to our epsidoe with Cameron Turner.Find more episodes at https://roadstakenshow.com Executive Producer/Host: Leslie Jennings RowleyMusic: Brian BurrowsEmail the show at RoadsTakenShow@gmail.com
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On tap this week is a pair of directors preparing to bring a thought-provoking program to the area stage. Marking 25 years since the tragic death of Matthew Shepard, Lafayette Master Chorale is joining with Purdue University Choir to present a contemporary oratorio on October 29th. Joining us are the Artistic Director of Lafayette Master Chorale, Michael Bennett, and Assistant Director of Purdue Musical Organizations, Purduettes, University Choir, and Recruitment, Jeff Vallier. The two talk about the moving experience of singing with others, creating physical sound resonance, and communicating with choral language. The recent impact and challenges of Covid, and the limitations posed by distancing, masking, and relayed headset sound, made apparent the fundamental magic of live, communal singing. Both Purdue Musical Organizations and Lafayette Master Chorale have a shared commitment to “uplift and encourage both singers and audience members.” The story of Matthew Shepard was a tragic mark on American society, with repercussions still felt to this day. His family, through the Matthew Shepard Foundation they've founded (https://www.matthewshepard.org), has made it their mission to “embrace the dignity and equality of all people.” The oratorio by Craig Hella Johnson. a relatively new piece, is comprised of varied segments, including classical, Broadway musical-style, country-western, and blues-oriented. It proves to be powerful and dramatic in numerous ways, including text in the music taken from protesters' signs. Look for more information on the concert and coordinated events at: https://www.lafayettemasterchorale.org or https://www.purdue.edu/pmo/ Considering Matthew Shepard – Lafayette Master Chorale with the Purdue University Choir 3 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 29th at St. Thomas Aquinas Church, West Lafayette
In this episode Jon interviews Daniel Woodard, who not only serves as a pastor, but has also found an impactful ministry/business side income in the realm of disaster relief. You will hear Daniel reflect on the importance of pastors being present during disasters and recruiting others to help. Sharing personal experiences of serving in disaster relief efforts, Daniel highlights the need for pastors to connect with organizations and provide clear pathways for people to get involved. Daniel also discusses the impact of his work/ministry and the significance of supporting first responders. Additionally, Daniel shares his own journey of faith and ministry, emphasizing the importance of making disciples and living out one's faith in any situation. Daniel also introduces a unique project in response to crisis and expresses a desire to recruit pastors and lay ministers to join their work.Connect with Daniel:Phone: (704) 300-7780Email: email@example.com Ready to Turn Your Dream Into Reality? Get our FREE Get Started Guide
Latino USA continues to mark its 30th anniversary and look back on its reporting throughout the decades. One topic the show has heavily reported on is Latinos serving in the military and today we take a new look at that subject. In this episode, producer Reynaldo Leaños Jr. travels to Laredo, Texas on the U.S.-Mexico border. He brings us the story of Lance Corporal David Lee Espinoza, who was killed in Afghanistan in 2021 during the U.S. withdrawal from the country. Reynaldo meets with those closest to David to help tell the story of who David was, as well as explore how the military has historically —and continues— to seek Latinos and Latinas to fill its ranks.
What if navigating the modern complexities of interviewing and hiring could be less daunting and more strategic? Picture a world where attracting the right talent for your business isn't a struggle, but an opportunity for growth. Join us as Jack, our entrepreneurial dad, candidly shares his experiences, challenges, and insights on assembling the perfect workforce! As he navigates the post-pandemic landscape and evolving employee expectations, Jack delivers invaluable advice on understanding your business's needs and adapting your hiring strategies accordingly. Then, Jennifer takes us through everything from exploring innovative ways to attract younger talent to tackling the challenges posed by roles requiring certification. The Dempseys provide a unique perspective on the struggles younger individuals face today, particularly with interpersonal relationships and engaging in direct conversations. It's a powerful discussion that will leave you with newfound knowledge and strategies for your hiring process. Whether your business requires entry-level workers, certified professionals, or a blend of both, this episode is an essential listen. Tune in to grasp the nuances of interviewing and hiring in the modern world!Nuggets include:*First determine the type of workforce that will help your business succeed.*Learn how to attract the exact talent your business needsDempsey, Weiss & Associates Meeting the insurance and financial needs of business owners & individuals in NJ & PA since 1989.J. Faith Hair Studio Located in south NJ, J Faith Hair Studio is the place to go to become the best version of yourself.Flying High Agility & Dog Training Helping people & their pets since 2003. We come to you!Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Email us at: TwoDaughtersAndTheirDad@gmail.com Please download our Best of Nuggets eBook here. Like and follow us on Facebook Jennifer Faith Dempsey has been in the beauty industry for over 10 years. For the last 5m years, she has owned J. Faith Hair Studio. She brings her experience on how she balances entrepreneurship and motherhood. Check out Jen's blog.Staci Joy Dempsey is an insurance agent, a mom, and a busy non-profit volunteer. She truly understands what it means to be an entrepreneur. Staci serves as the podcast's host.Jack Dempsey is the dad who heads up this busy family. He is a founding partner in Dempsey, Weiss & Associates, an Elmer, NJ-based insurance and investment firm that began more than 30 years ago.
In this special episode of the HR Leaders podcast I'm joined by my guests Marshall Goldsmith, two-time winner of the Thinkers 50 Award and founder of the 100 Coaches, Scott Osman, Co-Founder & CEO and Jacquelyn Lane, President at 100 Coaches Agency.Becoming Coachable calls on leaders to invest in their own growth and development to propel their impact. If you're ready to unlock your full potential, this book provides the roadmap.
#EnvisionRISE Podcast | Shayne Halls, CEO & Author, offers insights into the intersection of talent acquisition and artificial intelligence (AI). He discusses AI's growing role in various aspects of recruitment, including automated application responses, video interview facial recognition, and AI-driven applicant tracking systems (ATS). Shayne acknowledges the potential for AI to impact diversity and inclusion, cautioning about the risks of bias if not managed properly. He emphasizes the need for AI bias training, particularly for leaders and HR teams, and suggests using AI to analyze and enhance job descriptions for neutrality and inclusiveness.Watch this episode on YouTube.Pick up Shayne's Book “Inclusion 2.0” on Amazon.Visit Envision RISE to learn how our evolutionary platform helps companies create a powerful integration and understanding of the relationship between the organization and the workforce. Envision RISE empowers your people to drive change and innovation through the methods of Organizational Change Management (OCM), Human Resource Management (HRM), and Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DE&I).Envision a Better FutureFollow us on social: LinkedIn, Instagram, Twitter, FacebookContact us for info on RISE or interest in being a podcast guest: firstname.lastname@example.orgAll podcasts produced by Elevate Media Group.
Join us as we welcome Libby, a cleaning business owner turned software creator, as she shares her fascinating journey from manual labor to intellectual work, sparked by the birth of her five-year-old. She shares the transition from running her cleaning company to developing her own software business. She brings to light her unique recruitment system that has helped businesses, including hers, scale rapidly. Listen in as she narrates her transition into the SaaS world and the significant differences she noticed between it and the service industry.This episode is a treasure trove of information as we also delve into recruitment strategies and tips for job postings. We discuss the significance of accurate and relevant job titles, managing distance in recruitment, and the pros and cons of using an ATS. We also underscore the importance of a strong brand and the role of social media in attracting potential applicants. We further explore Indeed's recruiting system and how to maximize job ROI. Learn about Libby's five pillars of culture and how they can aid businesses in enhancing their recruitment strategies.Libby also opens up about her Latina heritage and her father's example that fuel her passion and drive for success. She shares about her 'date mornings' with her husband and their recent property purchase in Oklahoma. Listen in as we discuss the importance of standing out from competitors, having a clear mission statement, and leading with core values. From hiring a fractional head of marketing to her current life phase, Libby gives us a glimpse into the top three things that excite her today. Join us for this enriching episode that is sure to leave you inspired and motivated.In this Profitable Cleaner Podcast, you will learn:Insights into the journey of transitioning from a manual labor job to a software creation role, and the unique recruitment strategies that helped scale the businesses.The importance of accurate and unique job titles, effective ways to manage distance in recruitment, and the pros and cons of using an Applicant Tracking System (ATS).The role of social media in attracting potential applicants and the importance of a strong brand.The importance of core values, core competencies, and mission pillars in creating a unique identity for a business, leading with core values, and ensuring all employees understand the mission.Personal growth and empowerment lessons from Libby, including how her Latina heritage and father's example fuels her drive for success.We highly recommend you connect with Libby DeLucien and check out Organize It: Connect with Libby DeLucien on LinkedIn HereCheck out Organize it website Here If you're in commercial cleaning and want to increase your sales, become part of our community today and get the best cleaning sales content and data in the industry. Join Our Private Profitable Cleaner FB GroupFind the appropriate tools, services, and resources for your Facility Maintenance Company by exploring our sponsor companies.Usource.com Dayporter.com Cleaningprophets.comAlexmelgar.com If you enjoyed this podcast, you can help us out immensely by sharing it with a colleague and giving us a rating. We appreciate you!
Our political correspondent Paul Cunningham looks ahead to today's appearances before the Oireachtas Media Committee, and we get reaction to Emma O'Kelly, Chair of the National Union of Journalists' Dublin Broadcasting Branch.
"There's some horrible sacrifices in the first few years to get it to a place where it's got to survive..."Today's 40 Minute Mentor epitomises what it means to be Tech for Good. We're joined by Sanjay Lobo MBE, the Founder & CEO of OnHand - the all-in-one tool to engage your team in volunteering and environmental action. Dubbed the ‘Uber of volunteering', OnHand lets employees learn and take action on the issues that matter. You may even recognise Sanjay from his recent appearance on BBC's Dragons' Den, where he successfully secured investment from FOUR dragons. Here's what we talk about in today's episode:➡️ Finding his path to entrepreneurship [04:02]➡️ Moving from law into tech [06:58]➡️ How Parkinson's disease became Chapter 1 of the OnHand story [11:05]➡️ Engaging employees in volunteering and environmental action [13:45]➡️ The significance of a great team in a scaling business [15:08]➡️ Managing stress and pressures as a Founder [16:38]➡️ Business benefits of company-wide volunteering opportunities [22:08]➡️ Advert: More about JBM [25:36] ➡️ A Behind the Scenes look at Dragons' Den [27:10]➡️ Working with the Dragons after the show [29:31]➡️ Advice for other Founders looking to get on Dragons' Den [31:13] ➡️ Dealing with increased media attention [32:29] ➡️ Applying to OnHand [35:10] ➡️ Audience Question: Advice for anyone starting their volunteering journey [38:51]⛳ Helpful links:➡️ Connect with Sanjay: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sanjaylobo/➡️ Find out more about OnHand: https://www.beonhand.co.uk/ ⭐Enjoyed this episode?⭐️Keep up to date with all our latest episodes, by hitting the subscribe button on your favourite podcast platform. And for any feedback on what you enjoy the most and ideas on what we can do to make 40 Minute Mentor even better, please leave us a review on https://ratethispodcast.com/40mm
Ciara Phelan, Irish Examiner & Alan Dillon, Fine Gael discuss the RTÉ senior managers and board members before they are back in front of the Oireachtas Media committee this morning.
Northeast Mississippi Community College president Dr. Ricky G. Ford sits down with Marketing and Public Relations Specialist Liz Calvery to discuss how the college keeps up with the needs of its ever-changing student population. From one year to the next, the needs of the students are constantly changing and Northeast uses a variety of processes to keep up with the needs of the students and stays flexible when it comes to addressing student needs. To wrap up the time, Ford gives listeners the Northeast News and discusses athletics, human resources and gives a couple of major announcements along with many more important things happening at one of the nation's top community colleges. For those who may have missed an episode, all Northeast TigerTalk episodes are archived at https://nemcctigertalk.simplecast.com.
Digital transformation will impact sports organisations of all sizes, transforming existing processes or unlocking entirely new possibilities in almost every area – on and off the pitch. Recruitment, performance, and fan engagement are but three areas that are being revolutionised by digital innovations. Navigating an increasingly complex technological ecosystem that comprises big tech, startups and sports-specific vendors can be tricky. Mitch Heath, co-founder of Teamworks, and Katia Zavershinskaya, a technology lead who has experience working with Premier League soccer clubs, discuss what to look for when picking a technology partner, the importance of collaboration, and what the possibilities are for technology within sport.
In this podcast featuring PwC's Bruno Lopes, we explore major shifts in corporate treasury roles over the last 24 months and consider what this could mean for the future. 53% of respondents to PwC's 2023 Global Treasury Survey believe strategic thinking to be crucial, but only 24% feel like strategic partners. We examine how the industry can bridge this gap, and ensure treasurers are more tactically positioned. Subsequently, we assess whether treasurers have sufficient resources to take their team forward, and if, with the current war for talent, they can harness third-party services in the recruitment process.
In today's episode of the Tech Talks Daily Podcast, I speak with Alfons Straek, a seasoned leader in the tech industry with a wealth of experience at giants like Amazon and Microsoft. Currently serving as the Senior Director of Global Recruiting Technology and Experience at Boston Consultant Group, Alfons is the go-to expert regarding the intersection of AI, recruitment, and ethical considerations. The episode comes at a critical time. After an unfortunate incident where employees unintentionally leaked sensitive data, Samsung banned its employees from using ChatGPT on company devices. This event underscores the risks of integrating generative AI solutions like ChatGPT into HR and recruitment processes. Alfons takes the opportunity to dissect these challenges, leaning on his two decades of experience in the technology sector. Alfons kickstarts the conversation by discussing the growing prominence of AI in recruitment. He emphasizes that companies must develop responsible AI programs as AI becomes an increasingly vital piece of the recruitment puzzle. These comprehensive programs should include elements like strategy, governance, processes, tools, and a culture that imbibes responsible AI usage across the organization. The aim is to ensure that while technology evolves, it doesn't outpace our moral and ethical responsibilities. Data privacy emerges as another key theme of the conversation. In a world where data breaches are an everyday news headline, Alfons impresses upon listeners the imperativeness of protecting candidate data. He goes beyond mere warnings and offers tangible insights companies can use to safeguard sensitive information. The emphasis is clear: As AI-driven tools become increasingly integrated into our systems, they must be built and deployed with the highest security measures to protect candidate and employee information. On the subject of implementing AI in recruitment, Alfons is pragmatic yet optimistic. He offers listeners a trove of actionable insights for implementing AI tools in HR processes that are technologically advanced but also responsible. His recommendations range from choosing the right vendors to identifying metrics that can help measure AI applications' effectiveness and ethical impact. To wrap up the episode, Alfons delves into the future, offering a glimpse of what we might expect as AI-driven solutions evolve and improve the candidate experience. While AI promises tremendous opportunities, it also comes with challenges, ethical quandaries, and potential risks. He provides a nuanced perspective that should equip HR leaders and tech enthusiasts with the understanding and tools they need to innovate responsibly. We also demystify the complex landscape of AI in HR and recruitment, balancing the scales between technological advancement and ethical responsibility. As Alfons puts it, technology has the potential to solve real-world problems, but it's up to us to ensure that it does so ethically and securely. So, tune in to understand the challenges and opportunities in adopting AI in recruitment and HR processes. With insights from an industry leader like Alfons, you'll be better equipped to navigate the increasingly complex business technology landscape.
Dr. Anushka Gaglani & Dr. Abhishek Nagaraj, Co-founders & Co-CEOs of Areo Dental Group join the Group Dentistry Now Show. The duo shares their insights on: The Areo Dental Group history and their journey How the economy is affecting their group Recruitment & retention Denovo or acquisition Same store sales focus Much more To find out more about Areo Dental Group visit - https://www.areodental.com/ If you like our podcast, please give us a ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ review on iTunes http://apple.co/2Nejsfa and a Thumbs Up on YouTube. Our podcast series brings you dental support organization and emerging dental group practice analysis, conversation, trends, news and events. Listen to leaders in the DSO and emerging dental group space talk about their challenges, successes, and the future of group dentistry. The Group Dentistry Now Show: The Voice of the DSO Industry has listeners across North & South America, Australia, Europe, and Asia. If you like our show, tell a friend or a colleague.
⚠️ Content Warning: This episode contains topics of mental health and suicide attempts, that may be harmful or traumatising to some audiences. If you're affected by any of the topics discussed, please make sure you reach out to the helplines listed below. ⚠️ Suicide is a major public health problem, with far-reaching social, emotional and economic consequences. According to the World Health Organisation, there are currently more than 700,000 suicides per year worldwide. Following yesterday's World Suicide Prevention Day and to play our part in breaking the perceived taboo of speaking about suicide, we're releasing this special episode with clips from our conversation with Clarke Carlisle. Clarke is a former professional footballer, mental health advocate and ambassador for the mental health charity Mind. He has had an illustrious football career, having played for a number of top clubs, including Leeds United, Watford and Burnley, and winning three caps for England under 21s. Alongside all of this success, however, Clarke also had to deal with plenty of hardship, including serious injuries, his battle with depression and attempted suicide. In today's episode, Clarke shares more about his own experience with depression and suicide and his advice for anyone struggling with their mental health. ⛳ Helpful links:➡️ Tune into the full episode with Clarke here: https://jbmc.co.uk/insights/40-minute-mentor/from-the-premier-league-to-mental-health-advocate-with-clarke-carlisle/➡️ More about the work Clarke and Carrie are doing: https://www.clarkeandcarrie.com/ ⭐Enjoyed this episode?⭐️Keep up to date with all our latest episodes, by hitting the subscribe button on your favourite podcast platform. And for any feedback on what you enjoy the most and ideas on what we can do to make 40 Minute Mentor even better, please leave us a review on https://ratethispodcast.com/40mm
Why it was selected for "CBNation Architects": In this episode of I AM CEO Podcast, the spotlight shines on Debra Young, Co-founder and Managing Partner of Sheer Velocity, LLC, a global retained executive search firm based in Denver, Colorado. Debra established Sheer Velocity in 2012, successfully growing the organization into a global enterprise with offices spread across the country and connections in 40 countries worldwide through INAC Global Executive Search. Under Debra's stewardship, Sheer Velocity is retained by different organizations to assist in finding highly specific executive leadership talent. Through their unique search process, Sheer Velocity has established itself as a thought leader in the executive recruitment space. During the interview, Debra shares: CEO Hack: The importance of staying open and humble and maintaining a growth mindset CEO Nugget: The belief that life and business revolve around relationships and explores how one can assist others CEO Defined: For Debra, being a CEO means being herself, living out her passion, and effecting positive changes in people's lives Check out our CEO Hack Buzz Newsletter--our premium newsletter with hacks and nuggets to level up your organization. Sign up HERE. I AM CEO Handbook Volume 3 is HERE and it's FREE. Get your copy here: http://cbnation.co/iamceo3. Get the 100+ things that you can learn from 1600 business podcasts we recorded. Hear Gresh's story, learn the 16 business pillars from the podcast, find out about CBNation Architects and why you might be one and so much more. Did we mention it was FREE? Download it today! Previous Episode: https://iamceo.co/2020/06/19/iam676-co-founder-specializes-in-executive-leadership-recruitment/
Ever dreamt of turning your side gig into a full-throttle business? We've got Jon Chintanaroad, Founder of Recruiting Accelerator on the show, who will reveal how he accomplished just that. From navigating the uncharted territory of recruiting with no prior experience, to establishing a thriving recruiting business - Jon's journey is the perfect blueprint for those seeking a similar path.Jon will share his transition journey from a traditional 9-5 job to a successful entrepreneurship. He discusses how he got started, the role his top clients played in encouraging him to go solo, and the exhilaration of earning his first paycheck of $16,000. We'll also explore why the recruiting industry remains robust, and why companies often outsource their headhunting tasks to agencies like Jon's. Let's promise you, by the end of this episode, the recruiting industry won't seem like a closed book anymore.But it's not all business and no play. We'll be diving into the undeniable perks associated with the recruiting industry, such as the potential to double your income. We also debunk the misconception that recruiters need to be based in high-paying states to earn a hefty salary. And get ready to pick Jon's brain about his impressive recruitment accelerator program, the power of leveraging your network, and how to engage with passive candidates. Remember, it's not about the size or reputation of your agency, but about identifying the right candidate. So buckle up and let's get ready to hustle!As you're inspired to embark on your own side hustle journey after listening to this episode, you might wonder where to start or how to make your vision a reality. That's where our trusted partner, Reversed Out Creative comes in.Specializing in strategic branding and digital marketing, Reversed Out Creative is an advertising agency dedicated to helping you turn your side hustle into your main hustle. With a team of experienced professionals and a track record of helping clients achieve their dreams, they are ready to assist you in reaching your goals. To find out more about how they can elevate your side hustle, visit www.reversedout.com today and start your journey towards success.Our blog is also full of great information that we work hard on to provide you with a leg up on the competition. We also recently launched our YouTube Channel, Marketing Pro Trends, which summarizes all of our blog posts.Support the showSubscribe to Side Hustle City and join our Community on Facebook
Too often contractors focus on putting more trucks on the road, rather than generating a strong net profit. The Fox family has a much different outlook on business. Their company, Fox Plumbing Services, is based in Sarasota, FL, and focuses on residential service and remodeling. It's never had more than three trucks. That's what founder Amos Fox wanted when he started in 1994. His son, Anthony, and daughter, Debbie, wish to continue that vision. They enjoy knowing their customers and having tight control over the company. They clearly know what they're doing: Fox Plumbing has enjoyed a NET profit between 30-40% in each of the last THREE years. With sales around $1.5MM, that's providing the family more money than many 100+ truck operations without that added stress. Throughout this hour-long conversation, Amos and Debbie share their family's story, along with how they operate Fox Plumbing Services today, including the immense impact CertainPath has made on them. They talk about how they…· Altered their pricing to eliminate the increasing complaints from customers.· Utilizes CertainPath's software to free up the office to focus on important tasks.· Found the right service fee for their business.· Created a club membership program that supplements their call board when they need.· Adopted new warranties, and how those warranties dramatically increased the productivity of their drain cleaning and sewer business. · Intentionally keeps a tight service area to ensure that 75% of their plumbers' hours are productive. · And so much more! Show NotesThe Successful Contractor Podcast is a part of the CertainPath family. CertainPath builds successful home service businesses—and has for 25 years. We do it by providing contractors with a proven path to success, professional coaching, software solutions, and a member community of 1,100+ strong. Doubling your sales, with a 20% net profit, and an inspiring company culture is ALL possible. Let us show you the way. With CertainPath, Success is Made Certain. Visit www.mycertainpath.com for more information. Thank you to our sponsors: Home Depot Pro Trades. At The Home Depot Pro Trades, our job is helping you do yours. Powered by HD Supply, we are uniquely positioned to help drive your business through unrivaled access to professional-grade Plumbing, Electrical and HVAC products and innovative business solutions such as our Stockwise Inventory Management program fully customizable to meet your needs and improve productivity. Our national network of distribution centers and more than 2200 store locations provide national reach with a local focus, providing unmatched convenience and product availability. We Power Pros to Do More. Moen. As the #1 faucet brand in North America, Moen offers a diverse selection of thoughtfully designed kitchen, bath, and smart water security products, each delivering the best possible combination of meaningful innovation, useful features, and lasting value. Moen strives to be the most durable, reliable, and easy to install brand of faucets. Moen leans on Pros to help continue to drive consumer innovation needs and influence Moen's engagement with consumers in a meaningful way. For More information, visit https://plumber.moen.com/ Dynamic Air Quality Solutions - Since 1982, Dynamic has been the leader in designing, manufacturing, and distributing IAQ products to the commercial and residential markets through authorized HVAC contractors. CertainPath members receive the exclusive value add Clean Air Defense System private label to drive your brand in the market you serve. Our commitment starts with support. We provide you with World Class Industry Leading technical and communications training, face to face and online. Become a Clean Air Defense System Indoor Air Quality partner and dominate your market! Visit WorldClassIAQ.com for more information. Goodman. There is a good reason why Goodman® is one of the biggest names in heating, cooling and energy-efficient home comfort. The brand has been around for decades and you'll probably find one of Goodman's nationwide distributors in a neighborhood near you. And since Goodman products are designed, engineered and assembled in the USA, you can feel good knowing that one of the best values for high-quality HVAC equipment is available where and when you need it. It's no wonder homeowners and local contractors say, “Thank goodness for Goodman.® Look for and be sure to “Follow” Goodman on LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram and YouTube.
Is implementing KPIs and measuring metrics the same as micromanagement? Measuring activities is fundamental to evaluating how effective your strategies are in running your recruitment business. However, there are some recruiters and business owners who are apprehensive about implementing metrics measurements and KPIs. Is that the same for your recruitment business? What are the metrics and KPIs that we should measure? How do we implement a KPI and data-driven environment without giving the vibe that team members are being micromanaged? How do you communicate the intent and purpose of your KPIs to your team members? In this episode, Greg Savage explained why it is not about micromanaging and discusses metrics that empower talents. On top of this, you will also hear insightful takes on critical trends in AI and technology, and why your mindset is the key in your recruitment career success. I am delighted to welcome the legendary Greg Savage to give us a reality check and revisit the pillars leading to recruitment success. Greg has four decades of experience owning, managing, and growing staffing businesses across the world. He's the founder of four highly successful businesses; Recruitment Solutions (took to IPO). Firebrand Talent Search (trade sale), Eloquent Staffing (trade sale), and People2People. Greg still takes an active interest in founding and growing recruitment businesses, investing in recruitment start-ups in Australia and the UK. He's a LinkedIn Top Voices and has been inducted into the Recruiter International Hall of Fame. He's founder of The Savage Recruitment Academy, and author of the best-selling book, The Savage Truth, and has recently published a new book called Recruit The Savage Way. Episode Outline and Highlights [03:06] Greg and I delved into the essence of authentic leadership. [05:44] Exploring the four key factors for achieving success in the recruitment field. [11:01] Strategies for overcoming complacency and avoiding contentment with the status quo. [15:00] Greg shared his insights on the importance of continuous learning and how he benefits from nano degrees. [18:40] Greg's valuable insights into the impact of AI on the recruitment industry. [29:41] Technological innovations that enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of recruitment. [32:08] Conversation about activities and key performance indicators (KPIs) and their role in achieving success in recruitment. [39:08] Exploring the best practices for effectively managing KPIs in recruitment. [47:52] Greg shared his perspectives on career development opportunities for recruiters. [57:00] Analysis of the economic landscape in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Mindset, Attitude, and Resilience to Become a Successful Recruiter I have always valued Greg as a mentor all these years. With over four decades of phenomenal success in the recruitment industry, he is an established authority when it comes to sharing wisdom with aspiring recruiters and business owners. He has recently published a book, Recruit the Savage Way, which offers “practical advice, skills, and attitudes and will give rookies an excellent grounding to thrive in their new career and help veterans brush up and add new competencies.” We have talked about the first section which is on mindset and attitude. Greg said that one of the big reasons for the high turnover in the staffing and recruitment industry is because of the wrong attitude and mindset towards the industry. He mentioned the fallacy of believing that “recruitment is not rocket science,” because it is a complex, sophisticated job. Greg believes that the mindset and attitude factors are something that can be corrected early on. Like skills and competencies, mindset and attitude can also be honed and trained. He emphasized four factors: Believe in your value as a recruiter Believe in the value that you can deliver to your stakeholders Having that true resilience - which he refers to as the bounce-back ability Overcoming the threat of complacency Greg also shared insightful principles on what true resilience looks like for recruiters. He elaborated on the value of emotions and moving on with positivity. You will also appreciate how he defines complacency in the recruitment field. Activities and KPIs are Critical For Recruitment Success There is a section in Greg's new book about the reality check on the importance of activities and KPIs to recruitment success. Greg elaborated on the two fundamental things to be successful in the business: “The first thing is if you don't do enough stuff in this business, you will fail.” “You cannot get better at something unless you measure it.” Greg and I talked about the myth that measuring your metrics and KPIs is synonymous with micromanagement. As Greg said, “There is no sports person or academic or anyone who doesn't measure their outputs and then try to work on improving them. So I mean, the problem with... most KPIs is that they are foisted on people with no consideration to where those people are up to, not explained why they're important.” Greg shared his advice to recruitment business owners on how to implement KPIs in a healthy working environment. Insightful Take on Career Development for Recruiters Greg also discussed a topic that deeply resonated with me: career development for recruiters and recruitment business owners. You will hear his thoughts on the threat of complacency. As he simply puts it, 10 years of experience is just 1 year of recruitment experience repeated 10 times if you are complacent. How do we overcome the trap of complacency and move forward with development? Continuous Learning. Greg is an advocate of continuous learning. He shared how he benefits from taking “nano degrees” to stay up to date with recent trades, such as AI. Owning Your Development. This is how Greg wittily describes it, “There is no one, nobody having sleepless nights about your career. Okay, maybe your mom, but nobody else is having sleepless nights about your career. Even a company that is going to help develop you, you've got to be dreaming if you think they're worried about where you're going to be in 15 years. And nor should they. You've got to worry about your career and you've got to take ownership of your career.” Do Not Only Think of Your Career as a Hierarchical One. Greg shared successful recruiters who have had satisfying careers by focusing on and growing the career of becoming a recruiter by itself. My takeaway from this is that appreciating the sense of progress honing your craft and seeing your results increase is extremely satisfying. Greg Savage Bio and Contact Info With a career spanning four decades, Greg is a founder of 4 highly successful businesses, a trusted advisor and respected voice across the global recruitment and professional services industries, and a regular keynote speaker at conferences around the world. Throughout his fascinating career, Greg has learned countless lessons in leadership, business, and life. One of his greatest achievements is his success as a communicator. An early adopter of social media for recruiters, Greg's industry blog, The Savage Truth, is a must-read in the recruitment industry. In November 2018, he was named one of LinkedIn's ‘Top Voices'. Greg's website link Greg on LinkedIn Greg on Facebook Greg on Twitter @greg_savage Greg on Instagram: @gregsavagetruth Greg on Youtube People and Resources Mentioned Driving performance with recruitment metrics and KPIs Greg's Masterclass: Recruit - The Savage Way: A recruitment masterclass series from Greg Savage Greg's new book: Recruit the Savage Way Recruitment Coach Live Summit in Florida - recruitmentcoach.com/florida Connect with Mark Whitby Get your FREE 30-minute strategy call Mark on LinkedIn Mark on Twitter: @MarkWhitby Mark on Facebook Mark on Instagram: @RecruitmentCoach Related Podcast You Might Enjoy TRR#1 The Future of Recruitment: Strategies To Stay Relevant and Effective, with Greg Savage TRR#64 The Recruiter Roadmap to Recovery: How to Thrive in a Post-Pandemic World, with Greg Savage Subscribe to The Resilient Recruiter If you've been enjoying the podcast, please take two minutes to leave a review. 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Canada's nursing shortage is so dire that provinces are stepping up efforts to recruit nurses from the Philippines. And that recruitment process is a well-oiled machine. From the Philippines government, to recruiters, to nursing schools, the message to nurses is clear: better opportunities only exist abroad.