William Tincup, the President of Recruiting Daily talks about what employers need to be prepared for in 2018 in the area of HR, and also talks about his experience as an advisor for supporting startups. Ron Mester, the CEO of Brightfield Strategies shares about how he has challenged some of the long held views of HR and what needs to continually be challenged to keep HR relevant and moving forward in today's business environment.
Rick Cassidy, the President of Sky Search Partners shares about his vision for the company and how this vision is carried out. He also talks about how his company successfully finds the right candidates, which will help companies create high performance teams. Karen Rausch, the Vice President of Human Resources for the Phoenix Suns talks about the challenges of managing the HR functions of a major sports team, as well as what companies need to do to ensure a good balance of diversity and inclusivity.
Dr. Lepora Menefee, Vice President and Consultant, Human Resources, Talent Management, and Change Leadership for Nextgen People talks about the need for culture assessment, and the tools and analytics that can be used to ensure companies make improvements. She also shares how Change Management and Six Sigma are both tools that a company should have in their business repertoire, and how important it is for leaders and companies can draw on both of these tools.
Adriana Cabre, the Vice Chancellor of Human Resources for National University Systems talks about the challenges of leadership development and what is facing HR in the coming year. Mark Magnacca, the President and Co-Founder for Allego shares how his company helps businesses improve their performance through their video knowledge platform, as well as what it takes to create a strong, cohesive management team.
Today's guests include Carol Anderson, Principal at Anderson Performance Partners and Scott Wintrip, Founder of Wintrip Consulting Group. Carol talked about the power of human resources and the ability of this area to accelerate a business. Scott shared how corporations leverage the power of their people, and how the top talent can be hired through high velocity hiring.
Ron McKinley, Vice President and Chief Standards Officer for the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston and Nicole Le Maire, Director at The People Engine. Ron talked about HR management standards on an international level, as well as understanding your management philosophy. Nicole shares her thoughts on what businesses typically need to improve upon to improve their bottom line, along with the importance of defining culture within a virtual office environment.
Jaime Gonzales, the Head of Leadership and Organizational Development with JPL, and Kim Sullivan, the CHRO for The Univeristy of Texas System join Chris to talk about leadership and talent management.
Sean Huurman, the CHRO for Service King Collision Repair Centers and Tim Silvera, the President of Optimum Comp Advantage join Chris to share their experiences in leadership and talent management. Sean shares his thoughts on what has made Service King's culture a successful one, and also the importance of developing a talent structure. Tim speaks about workplace optimization and the necessary tools needed for manager/employee collaboration.
The guests for this show include Lily Lam, Principal and VP of Growth for OneDigital and Claudia White, an Industrial and Organizational Psychologist at White Sand Consultants. Lily speaks about the importance of benefits as a part of the strategic landscape of HR and company culture. Claudia White shares about what is needed to increase workplace performance and productivity, things like work/life balance, along with the tools needed to measure successful employee/employer relationships.
Wayne Bulato, the President and CEO of Webco HR, and Jillian Phelan, a Co-Founder and Board Member of Red Canoe Adventures join Chris Dyer to talk about their experiences in talent management, leadership and the importance of HR analytics in evaluating success.