Melissa Smith, Founder of The PVA and Tom Janz, the Founder and CEO of The Talent Analytics Group join the show to share their insights on all things talent. Melissa talks about her passion for virtual business and recruiting Virtual Assistants, which includes matchmaking clients and VA's to ensure a cultural fit. Tom shares about The Talent Analytics Group, or TAG, and how these analytics can help today's workforce identify the right candidates. He also talks about his work on tracking positive and negative motivational forces which can help drive performance.
Ralph Weickel, the President of the Corporation for Positive Change, and Bob Larkin, a Leadership Development Instructor and Executive Coach at Academy Leadership join Chris to share their insights. Ralph Weickel talks about his work on positive change, and how positive change can benefit the culture and overall performance of the organization. Bob Larkin talks about Academy Leadership and how organizations can benefit from leadership development.
Alan Allard, the Founder and President of Genius Dynamics talks about his prior work as a therapist and how this has provided insight into his understanding of leadership and human performance. He also shares about what he feels limits a leader's ability to be effective and what helps to drive top performance.
Scott Haag, the COO of Cornerstone Staffing shares his insights on why talent management is so important for company's today, and what sets some companies apart from others when it comes to engaging and maintaining talented individuals within their organizations.
Rob Catalano, Chief Engagement Officer and Co-Founder for WorkTango talks with Chris about some of the major trends for 2019 in talent management, as well as the importance of listening to the Employee Voice.
Zakiya Mabery, Founder and President of B. Global Diversity and Inclusion Strategic Planning talks about organizations that are reluctant to disrupt their traditional leadership models, and what it takes for an organization to see transformation in their diversity and thought processes.
Jeff Gottlieb, the Vice President of Strategic Employment Partners talks about effectively managing client expectations, and the challenges in identifying the best candidates for an organization. Mark Miller, the Vice President of High Performance Leadership for Chick-fil-A shares about his research on leadership and attracting the top talent available. He also talks about his new book, Win the Heart: How to Create a Culture of Full Engagement and what this can do for an organization.
Anita Nygaard, the President at CorHR, has been a practitioner of human resources and organizational development for 25 years. She talks about when it's time for companies to recognize the need to formalize their employment practices, and also about the changing world of compliance and how important it is for companies to be compliant in all matters of human resources.
Mary Lucas, the CTO for Supplemental Health Care and Cindy Ballard, the CHRO for ICM Partners joined Chris on TalentTalk to discuss their strategies for leadership and talent management.
Mary talks about the importance of "comeback sauce" and also shares how important it is to be diligent in ones career in order to move up the "corporate ladder." She also notes the importance of people having their "champions."
Cindy talks about what it's like to attract and grow diverse talent, and how her organization is taking steps to ensure inclusion. She also shares about how the MeToo movement has changed the shape of the understanding of HR, and how HR needs to be better understood.
Lisa Dadd, Transformation Leadership Trainer and Coach, and Richard Mattern, the President of the Mattern Group share their thoughts on leadership and culture.
Lisa talks about her passion to develop a new breed of audaciously conscious leaders, and how this new leader will be important for today's workplace culture. She also shares about how traditional organizations can learn from more dynamic, transformational ones.
Richard feels that a mission statement can add value to a business, and also talks about the key to successful management. The President/CEO sets the tone for the organization, and the senior leadership directs the culture to maximize buy in and belief in it.
Jason Greer, a Brain Based Employment Expert and Diversity Trainer, and Pam Schmidt, a consultant that specializes in the "human side of business" join Chris for today's show. Jason talks about brain based diversity, and how the brain influences our fear of others. He also expresses the importance of building commonalities across cultures.
Pam Schmidt talks about specializing and focusing on the human side of business, and how bettering the employee experience can lead to growth. She also shares how drawing out creativity in employees can encourage them to feel like they are contributing more.
This episode of TalentTalk features L.T. Ladino Bryson, the Co-Founder and CEO of vCandidates.com and Jill Christensen, Employee Engagement Expert. L.T. talks about herself as an "employment therapist" as well recruiting through vCandidates.com and how the differentiators of this product set it apart from others in the marketplace. Jill talks about her passion to help other companies become better with their engagement, and how companies can bring better leadership and communication through greater transparency.