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In this episode of the HR Leaders podcast, I'm joined by Ruth Gotian, a leadership coach, keynote speaker, educator, and social scientist who researches the most successful people in the world in order to learn about their mindsets and practices.We discuss the top 5 attributes of high achievers, what inspired her to write her book: The Success Factor: Developing the Mindset and Skillset for Peak Business Performance, and some practical tools you can use to help your people become more than average.
Imagine growing your recruitment business from zero to 10,000,000 in net fee income in just 10 years! That growth trajectory is highly unusual in recruitment. Yet Sphere Digital has achieved it. I was keen to uncover the key factors that enabled them to scale the business successfully so I interviewed Sphere co-founder, Ed Steer What I learned is that they always had the mindset and intention to scale, so they set up the company for growth from the very start. Over the past decade, they've managed to build a high-performing team of 70 employees but it wasn't a walk in the park! Ed generously shared the things that worked, such as a real focus on training and creating career pathways for their people to be promoted internally. He also revealed the growing pains, mistakes and hard lessons they learned - especially as scaling rapidly can present a multitude of challenges. Ed is the CEO of Sphere Digital Recruitment, a multi-award-winning agency specialising in recruiting marketing, sales, analytics, product & creative talent in the UK, Europe and North America. Winner of Best Small Company in the UK and London at Best Company Awards 2022, Sphere works with clients like Amazon, TikTok, Facebook and a whole host of house hold brands and innovative tech start-ups. Episode Outline and Highlights [2:35] How Sphere was conceptualized and started with growth in mind. [16:36] Transitioning from a billing manager to becoming a business manager - hear the enablers that made it happen for Ed. [25:34] Trust and enablement - practices and development plans for associates, consultants, directors, and beyond. [32:50] Challenges in managing a large team during rapid growth - Ed reveals some of the growing pains and learnings they had to go through. [37:30] Launching in North America - what made it successful for Sphere? [45:07] What are Ed's biggest learnings for the past 10 years? [48:49] Discussion on the benefits of hosting events and building communities. Organically Growing the Leadership Team with Trust and Enablement Starting with two founders in 2012 in a small office in London, they now have more than 70 key employees covering not only the UK but also the US market. We discussed the milestones leading up to this growth as we all key success factors that enabled Ed to effectively transition from a billing manager to a business owner. One outstanding takeaway I appreciate from this part of the interview is how they are growing leaders organically. To retain great talents and put clear developmental plans for their employees, internal growth is in place. You will hear how trust and enablement are practiced within their firm. Ed also shared about PROGRESS - a development plan for associates, consultants, directors, and beyond. Rapid Growth Has Its Challenges Just like with other organizations rapidly scaling, there will always be growing pains. This is the same for Sphere Recruitment as shared by Ed. Elaborating on some things that went wrong, Ed said, “Lots of junior managers hiring lots of junior people probably too fast.” He also added, “Maybe expanding the headcount when we didn't have the job flow to support it.” To summarize, he felt that they were successful in growing but business but did not have the experience or the know-how to make it as good as they were when they were just 10 people. What did they do to turn it around? Getting back to basics is the key. Focusing on their principles and repeating what makes them successful - business development and training. The Formula to Success When Expanding to New Territories Despite being pushed back because of the pandemic, Sphere Digital have recently expanded into the United States with an office in New York City. By allowing a senior member from the main office to facilitate the growth and manage the business in the US, they were able to retain the culture and values to the new office. This interesting approach is the same playbook I've observed with companies expanding into different regions and becoming successful in doing so: Having a client base in the new territory and sending someone from the main office to ‘evangelize' the culture, processes, and way of working. Our Sponsors This podcast is proudly sponsored by i-intro and Recruitment Entrepreneur. 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: www.recruitmentcoach.com/retained Recruitment Entrepreneur is the world's leading Private Equity firm specializing in the international recruitment industry. If you've dreamed of starting, scaling and selling your recruitment business, this is your chance. James Caan and his team at Recruitment Entrepreneur are actively seeking ambitious recruiters who they can invest in. They provide everything you need to grow a successful recruitment business including: funding, financial expertise, coaching and mentoring, operational strategy, backoffice support, marketing and talent attraction solutions. Be sure to mention Mark Whitby or The Resilient Recruiter. Start a conversation here: https://www.recruitmentcoach.com/vc Ed Steer Bio and Contact Info Ed is the CEO and Co-Founder of Sphere Digital Recruitment, a multi-award-winning Digital Media, Marketing, and Technology firm with offices in London and New York. Before starting Sphere, Ed worked with PFJ - from a consultant position to being an Associate Director in seven years. Ed and his wife also enjoy volunteering with Fun in Action for Children, where they work as "befrienders" and mentors since May 2013. They spend one day a week (a Saturday or Sunday) spending time with a brilliant and talented person who needed some additional support, away from challenging home life. 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Tra i migliori atenei Ue secondo le classifiche, la IE University punta su una didattica ibrida fatta di aula fisica e virtuale, tra visori VR e metaverso. Ci racconta tutto da Madrid Andrea Longaretti, Global Head of Recruitment and Admissions dell'università spagnola
This week on TaPod we catch up with one of our faves... Edan Haddock.A lot has changed in Edan's world in 2022... from award-winning Talent Leader at Flybuys to Creator & Moderator for Rubberband - an online support group for those working in the Talent Acquisition & Recruitment Industries.Edan talks us through the challenges of the last couple of years and the launch of 'Bounce' - an online event bringing recruiters together from around the globe.A great chat - as comfortable as a cheeky glass of red, in front of a fire in winter...Thanks to Noble Agency for your continued support.
In this episode, we chat with Migration Lawyer Traci Chen about the benefits of hiring from overseas and how it can help your business grow. She also talks about the usual challenges you may encounter in recruiting skilled overseas talent and some things to keep in mind so that you can pick out the right person for your team.QUOTE“Your business can't grow enough if you don't have the demand for it. You always need to have that surplus.”SHOW NOTES[00:44] Rapid-fire: reading/learning list, childhood dream[02:48] How Traci became a lawyer[10:22] How content creation benefits your business[13:07] How to get started on creating content[14:10] Pros of hiring from overseas, how it can help your business grow[16:02] How to start recruiting team members from overseas (pt. 1)[16:53] Common mistakes with hiring from overseas[17:35] Best practices[18:57] Language and cultural barriers, training differences, and other challenges in hiring team members from overseas[20:21] How to start recruiting team members from overseas (pt. 2)[23:13] Connect with TraciCONNECTEmailInstagramLinktreeIf you found this episode valuable, don't forget to give us a thumbs up, share, comment, and give us your ratings on iTunes and Stitcher. We appreciate your support and feedback!
Dan opens up hour 2 talking about how the dust most likely hasn't settled surrounding conference realignment, and NBC could be a big player in how things get shaken up. Next, David Bazzel joins Dan to take a look at Arkansas this upcoming season. David Nuno talks expectations for Jimbo Fisher and the Texas A&M Aggies this year. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode of the HR Leaders podcast, I'm joined by Christopher Littlefield, to discuss the three things you can do to recognize your team better today. Christopher Littlefield is an international speaker on employee appreciation and remote team working, a Harvard Business Review and Forbes Contributor, the founder of Beyond Thank You and author of the book 75 Team Building Activities for Remote Teams.
Jess is joined by Richard Riddett of Schwartz and Vogel to hear about recruitment as a service and talk through the current job-hiring space. Jackie Fox talks about the ongoing impact of Coco's Law. We get an update on the NBP. Jen Speirs explains the GApp.
In this episode of Talking Talent, we're talking about unconscious bias and the role that it plays in the recruitment process. As employers work to build processes that are inclusive and equitable, talent leaders need to confront the effects of these biases. That means understanding where they come from, what they look like and where they can pop up. Back on the podcast for this conversation is Simon Wright, PeopleScout's Global Head of Talent Advisory Consulting.
In this HRchat episode, Bill talks with Ashley Hale, HR Director at Flaherty Sensabaugh Bonasso PLLC and President of the Charleston WV SHRM chapter. Listen as Ashley shares some of her experiences as an HR professional over the past few difficult years. Ashley also offers some of her highlights from the recent SHRM Annual conference in New Orleans.Ashley manages the people function of the firm, focusing attention on employee relations, recruitment, and overall HR strategy related to the business function.She is a Certified Professional through the Society for Human Resources Management, holds a B.A. in Counseling from Bob Jones University, and an HR Generalist Certificate from Greenville Technical College. Listen as Ashley Answers: You've shared that you are community focused. Can you share how you use your HR passion to give back to the community?Why did you become an HR professional? What aspects of Human Resources do you enjoy most and least and why? What advice would you give to folks seeking a career in HR?How has HR changed in the past few years? Can you share some of your highlights from the SHRM 2022 Annual Conference and Expo? We do our best to ensure editorial objectivity. The views and ideas shared by our guests and sponsors are entirely independent of The HR Gazette, HRchat Podcast, and Iceni Media Inc.
From reducing the time it takes for a candidate to go through the recruitment process to profiling the unique backgrounds of CHP officers, the nation's largest state police agency is taking a proactive approach to recruiting the next generation of cops. In this episode of Policing Matters, host Jim Dudley speaks with Recruitment Officer Caleb Benefiel about the police recruitment best practices that are seeing success in the Golden State. Visit the CHP's recruitment website here. This episode of the Policing Matters Podcast is sponsored by Polco. Polco's National Law Enforcement Survey provides a comprehensive, accurate and representative picture of resident opinions related to police services. Compare your results with other agencies around the nation. Align your priorities with community sentiment, build trust, and improve safety services. Visit info.polco.us to learn more.
The take-down of an Al Qaeda leader exposes the growing terrorist presence in Taliban-controlled Afghanistan, military recruitment falls to a record low, and LA moves to ban homeless encampments near schools. Get the facts first on Morning Wire.
The Omaha FBI field office held a Diversity Agent Recruitment event on Wednesday night, aimed at attracting potential new agents from diverse backgrounds. The event had 40 attendees and was a success, according to the Omaha FBI
Are you a Recruiter, Executive Search Business Owner, Director or maybe a Desk Leader who's looking to grow your Business but has been doing the same thing for a long time? The Mastermind Program can help you. How?
Just one Accredited Employer Work Visa has been processed in the month since the category opened. The National Party has got hold of a leaked Immigration New Zealand paper, and the Party's calling the log-jam disastrous. Applicants must submit a job-check to obtain the visa - showing the employer couldn't fill the role with a New Zealand worker. Since job-checks opened six weeks ago, three-thousand-321 have been submitted, but just 817 approved. Managing Director of Building Recruitment, Kevin Everett joined Heather du Plessis-Allan. LISTEN ABOVESee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Want to get 80% of your tasks outsourced, virtually? These are the three key drivers to help you create a Million Dollar Recruitement / Search Business. You do it yourself first and then DOCUMENT it. Then you work with your team and DELEGATE it to them, and they will DELIVER it for you. We'll see 80% of activities in six weeks taken off your hands and you can now focus on a million dollar structure.
There are top billers and then there are people who really knocked it out of the park. For these people, recruitment was like for many of us, an accident, but it was life changing and exceeded even the wildest of dreams. Matt Abbasfard is one of those people who broke unto the recruitment scene with a big splash as a top-biller from the first year he started, breaking $230k+ in his first year in the biz and over $500k in his 2nd in terms of personal earnings. That is insane notwithstanding, but even more so because the year before he started recruiting he earned $50k. His story is SURE to inspire! Comment and message email@example.com to let us know what you think!
Recruitment can lie within the HR dept in many companies and can often be a time-consuming and costly process. Finding potential candidates is only the beginning of the journey. The next step? The Interview. But how do you hire for success and is there a process that can help you fill that position with the best candidate possible? On today's show, we have our very own Adam Colman, CEO of HRLocker. As a CEO of a scaling company that has tripled in size over the last 2 years, recruitment has been high on the agenda in HRLocker. Adam talks us through the finer points of Interviewing, from the process our company uses to identify potential candidates, the importance of interview guides and why he always insists that every potential candidate should accompany their CV with a cover letter. We also ask Adam what are the ‘right' questions to ask in an interview, how do youget started in building an interview guide for managers within your company andwho is the best person placed in the company to create an interview guide? If you are in the process of recruiting or selecting your next hire, this podcast is not to be missed, we hope you enjoy it.
Kurt talks with Lauren Davis, Manager of Specialty and Physician Marketing at Norton Healthcare. Lauren talks about the collaboration of new and traditional trends. She also speaks on the valuable lessons she has learned while always trying new things. While reaching her audience, she continues to learn by placing herself in their shoes.
In this episode of the HR Leaders podcast, I'm joined by Derek Irvine, Senior Vice President of Client Strategy & Consulting at Workhuman, to discuss how human-centered companies are changing the future of work, and how to implement a culture of performance and gratitude in the workplace — and so seize a competitive edge, increase profitability, and drive business momentum.Derek is one of the world's foremost experts on social recognition, continuous performance management, engagement, and the future of work, guiding business leaders to elevate their vision and ambitions for their company culture.
Karen Cowe, CEO of Ten Strands, and Craig Strang, Associate Director of the Lawrence Hall of Science, share how the Covid 19 Outdoor Learning Initiative was created, and how they are pivoting from a Covid response to a climate response. Resources: Connect to the Institute for Humane Education Connect to the Covid 19 Outdoor Learning Initiative The Lawrence Hall of Science Ten Strands: Connecting Education, Environment, and Community Sustainable & Climate Ready Schools Admin Fellowship Equity and Justice in Outdoor Learning: Racial Equity in Outdoor Science and Environmental Education: Re-Establishing the Field with Intention Examining Equitable and Inclusive Work Environments in Environmental Education Building Towards an Inclusive Organizational Culture: Insights and Lessons Learned from YES Nature to Neighborhoods Intentional Hiring and Recruitment through the Lens of Equity and Inclusion Article: Environmental Literacy & Classrooms That Can Save the World Curriculum: Solutionary Units of Study Curriculum: The Resource Center for Sustainable and Climate Resilient Schools The California Environmental Literacy Initiative EdCuration's Certified EdTrustees Micro Professional Learning ExPLorations EdCuration's Blog: Learning in Action EdCuration's upcoming Online Events
I consider myself to be a disruptor in the HR space, and I don’t want to do things like they’ve always been done. So I have a whole quote on, like, burn it all down and let’s rebuild it. Episode 363: Being a Disruptor in HR With Jessica Williams, VP of People at Refine Labs […] The post Episode 363: Being a Disruptor in HR With Jessica Williams, VP of People at Refine Labs appeared first on Workology.
Recruitment and retention of fundraisers is as challenging as it's ever been, so this time we share more ideas and examples to help you attract and keep great fundraisers. This is the second half of Rob's recent interview with retention expert, Paul Nott. They discuss effective ways that some charities have long been bucking the trend and retaining talented fundraisers for longer. The themes include: ways to create a culture of ongoing learning; supervision meetings; inductions; and helping colleagues feel appreciated. If you want to share this episode to help other good causes, thank you very much! And Paul and Rob would love to hear what you think. We are both on Linked In and on twitter Paul is @paulconsulting and I am @woods_rob; or you can follow Bright Spot on Instagram at @brightspotfundraising.
If you're working on your Recruitment / Search Business. The top of your quadrant should be your main area of attention. 1. Business 2. Automation 3. System 4. Team The team systems must be the focal point of your ongoing actions. Automation activities that have been run multiple times can be repeated. And that will provide you with the metrics. Your control sheet and consistent activities are actually strengthening the systems and team around you. That's going to give you growth.
Original release: November 2nd, 2020View the original show notes here.Featuring the hosts of the Ach podcast.IF YOU ENJOY THIS PODCASTYou can support the show in various ways: BUY THE GERMANY EXPERIENCE PODCAST A COFFEE – there are a lot of costs associated with running a podcast, like expenses for hosting the audio and the tools used to record the episodes. Every donation will go towards the monthly expenses of keeping The Germany Experience going. And it will make my heart happy!SPREAD THE WORD – share your favorite episode in an expats in Germany Facebook group, on Twitter, or any of the other social channels. Or if you know someone who might need this podcast in their life, tell them about it!WRITE A REVIEW – write a review about The Germany Experience on my site, on Apple Podcasts, or on Spotify (or anywhere else you can think of). JOIN THE FACEBOOK GROUP: https://www.facebook.com/theGermanyExperience Visit the official podcast website: https://thegermanyexperience.deSubscribe to the YouTube channel: https://youtube.com/c/thegermanyexperienceReview the podcast: https://thegermanyexperience.de/rate Contact me: firstname.lastname@example.orgSupport the show
In this hour of the MCMS, Marc discusses some of the election results before being joined by Senior Advisor at The Heritage Foundation, Genevieve Wood, to talk about issues with the wording on the primary ballots and how the overturning of Roe v. Wade might effect the upcoming election in November. After that, Marc talks about advertisements for recruitment for the military and CIA that were fairly shocking. Later, Attorney Wendy L. Patrick joins in to talk about why a popular music festival has been cancelled.
Recruitment is not just about a job, it's about life. Nurture the talent of your potential employees by providing them with the best opportunities. Create an environment for them to thrive and grow. Provide them with opportunities to explore their potential and learn new skills. Build a relationship that is based on trust and respect.
In this episode of the HR Leaders podcast, I'm joined by Pauline Hogg, the Head of HR at Arla Foods UK, to discuss the transition that every leader must make, as well as Arla Foods' change journey, and how Arla Foods are developing their leaders for a disrupted 21st century.
Your top priority is to become a leader in your own Recruitment/Search Business. That's why you've been investing so much time and energy into developing your skills. The number one thing a leader needs to be able to do is to bring out their talent. And that's what you can do for people. If want to make more of an impact on yourself and your business, it's time you start investing in the future of everything—including your future here. So make sure you're at the forefront of this industry by unleashing your talents.
Penn State football recruiting finished July on a down note heading into the final month before the start of the 2022 football season. The BWI Daily recruiting show is back to look back at the news about Evan Link and Stanton Ramil and to look ahead at what's next for the class of 2023. Host Greg Pickel starts with the news from Monday, which hits hard for Penn State fans. First, four-star tackle Evan Link chose Michigan in a surprise upset during his recruitment. The Gonzaga left tackle took an official visit to Penn State during June and then went silent for the rest of the month. Experts expected him to choose between Stanford and the Nittany Lions, but he ultimately ended up a Wolverine. So how did all of that go down? Recruiting insider Ryan Snyder does his best to unpack the situation from the very quiet Link. More importantly, where does Penn State go from here? Fellow offensive tackle Stanton Ramil also chose a different school, selecting Michigan State over the Nittany Lions. So with the top players off the board, Penn State once again misses on an elite-level tackle prospect. Pickel and Snyder discuss that impact and what it will take for the Nittany Lions to recover. Next, they review the Lasch Bash, Penn State's last big recruiting event of the year before game visits in the fall. They give a rundown of the names in attendance but also which high-level players didn't show up for the weekend. Snyder and Pickel discuss what caused four-star defensive end, Jalen Thompson, not to attend the event this past weekend. Which players are left that could choose Penn State in August? Snyder points to Kaveion Keys, Carmelo Taylor, and Thompson as three players who will make a decision this month. Finally, Snyder and Pickel discuss Penn State's quarterback situation in 2023. The team hosted three-star passer Jaxon Smolik on Friday for their final camp of the summer. How did he do? Snyder gives his intel on how Penn State felt about his performance and whether or not he's the lead candidate to replace Marcus Stokes, who flipped to Florida at the beginning of the month. JOIN Blue White Illustrated: https://www.on3.com/teams/penn-state-nittany-lions/join/?plan=annual SUBSCRIBE to Blue White Illustrated on YouTube and enable alerts - new highlights and videos uploaded regularly: https://www.youtube.com/c/bluewhiteillustratedvideo?sub_confirmation Bookmark our homepage: https://www.on3.com/teams/penn-state-nittany-lions/ Subscribe to BWI Magazine and Newsletters: https://bluewhiteonline.com Download our podcasts: https://cms.megaphone.fm/channel/LRL3155877513?selected=DSVV2664982394 Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/BlueWhiteIllustrated/ Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/PennStateOn3 Sound effects obtained from https://www.zapsplat.com Nick Singleton takes center stage during first practice of Penn State training camp Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
You can either be rich or change the world. The new larger goal of your company is to have a huge impact on the world with your goods and/or services. If you want another business for the corporate arena, then you need to realize that this new endeavor will require immense amounts of set-up and in-depth knowledge of what it is that people are buying.
Recruitment/Search Business owners are constantly faced with challenges that make their job difficult. But the key to overcoming these challenges is to know the right people and the proper methods. We have a strong track record of recruiting for some of the most prominent organizations in the world. And now we want to help you find the best candidates, too!
In this episode, Eric talks about the best strategy for building the perfect team for your company! Find out what are the main things you need to consider and how you can use Dr. Adam Grant and Ray Dalio's PrinciplesYou - a proven tool that aims for personal and organizational success! TIME-STAMPED SHOW NOTES: [00:00] - How to build the BEST marketing team for your Business [00:45] - Key points you should look for as an employer! (Job Hiring Tips 2022) [02:34] - Why Linked In is the best platform for HIRING people! (CEO Tips for Recruitment) [04:15] - TOP questions you should ask during the hiring interview! [04:27] - Our HIRING strategy in finding Rock Star Marketers! [05:30] - PrinciplesYou, This personality test will help you find the right people! Leave Some Feedback: What should I talk about next? Who should I interview? Please let me know on Twitter or in the comments below. Did you enjoy this episode? If so, please leave a short review here Subscribe to Leveling Up on iTunes Get the non-iTunes RSS Feed Connect with Eric Siu: Growth Everywhere Single Grain Leveling Up Eric Siu on Twitter Eric Siu on Instagram
Bus driver in Waterford is about to go viral, Ryan buys a new golf club, but denies Heidi a new necklace (what a guy!), and there was a guy who did his own nose job. The post “Jim Bits” 8/2/22, Welcome back Big Jim… bus driver makes a recruitment video, Ryan's new purchase, and no on the nose job. appeared first on 94.7 WCSX.
Aaron opens the show by honoring Bill Russell, before moving to a busy weekend in college sports. Does the Pac-12 have a brighter future than we thought, why this was the wildest college football recruiting weekend in years, and Bronny James' strange college recruitment. Here's a full rundown: RIP Bill Russell (2:00): Aaron opens the show by discussing the passing of Bill Russell. Aaron explains why he was more than a sports legend, but a cultural icon whose impact is more off the court and will be felt long after his passing. Is the Pac-12 in better shape than we thought? (12:30): Aaron transitions to an interesting weekend for the Pac-12. The league's commissioner got feisty at media days Friday, and Aaron wonders if the league has a better chance to survive than we thought. If the Big 12 was so intriguing to certain teams, why haven't they already jumped? Plus, Aaron explains why the Pac-12 has certain advantages with TV partners that no one else is talking about. The wildest college football recruiting weekend in years (29:30): Next up, Aaron sticks with college football, talking the wildest recruiting weekend in years. He chats about how a slew of commits proves that Alabama hasn't missed a beat, why Texas A&M is again proving the doubters wrong and why USC's star QB commit visiting A&M is a sign of bigger problems for the Trojans. Plus, big weekends for Oklahoma and Florida prove their first-year head coaches have the chops to compete at the highest level. Why is Bronny James' recruitment so quiet? (51:00): Finally, Aaron wraps with an interesting article from the New York Times on why Bronny James - the son of LeBron James - has such a quiet college recruitment entering his senior year. There are several factors, and Aaron breaks them all down here Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We get deep on this episode with Damien Filiatrault talking about hiring globally in a new world. Where do we stand on hiring ethically across global lines and what this means for tech employees and employers. You can check out Damien's company if you're interested. They're Scalable Path - https://www.scalablepath.com/ If you want to hear more episodes check out our website at https://tabsandspaces.io Tweet at us @tabsnspacesHQ Or join us for a chat on our discord server https://discord.gg/depv5npMTj Don't have discord? Shoot us an email at tabsandspacesHQ@gmail.com Contact us for free stickers as well! Show Intro music Unity by Fatrat: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n8X9_MgEdCg
Syracuse basketball's 2023 Class might get a huge boost with JP Estrella's visit coming up this week. But, who else are the Orange in on? Matt Bonaparte and Brad Klein discuss Reid Ducharme and the rest of the offer sheet. You can find episodes of the Locked On Syracuse podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Audacy or wherever you get your podcasts. Please leave us a like and rating as we would leave to hear your feedback. Be sure to tell your friends if you enjoy the pod! For bonus coverage, check us out on Twitter @LO_Syracuse to interact with us throughout games and feel free to suggest topics in the future. BetOnline Today's episode is brought to you by BetOnline. BetOnline has you covered this season with more props, odds, and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! LinkedIn LinkedIn jobs helps you find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. Post your job for free at Linkedin.com/lockedoncollege Terms and conditions apply. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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On this episode of The Federalist Radio Hour, retired Lieutenant General Thomas Spoehr, director of the Heritage Foundation's Center for National Defense, joins Federalist Western Correspondent Tristan Justice to discuss why every branch of the U.S. military is struggling to recruit new members and why that needs to change. Read Spoehr's commentary "Army Is Falling Dangerously Short on Recruitment. Here's What We Can Do About It" here: https://www.heritage.org/defense/commentary/army-falling-dangerously-short-recruitment-heres-what-we-can-do-about-it
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Townhall Review – July 30, 2022 Chris Stigall talks with veteran economist Stephen Moore about recession…are we or are we not in a recession? Hugh Hewitt talks with Tevi Troy, presidential historian, about who will be the Democrat's nominee for President in 2024 and with Bret Baier of Fox News about New York Times columnist Bret Stephens admitting that “I Was Wrong About Trump Voters.” Eric Metaxas talks with Victor Davis Hanson about why the military branches are falling woefully short of their recruitment goals. Sebastian Gorka turns to Bryan Dean Wright to talk about how cultural changes relate to the military and our intelligence community as well.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.