Kathleen Delano, the CEO of PMIC, Inc. shares about the challenges of managing geographically diverse teams. She also talks about the importance of ensuring everyone is engaged in their work. Chris Chancey, the Founder and CEO of Amplio Recruiting talks about his company's emphasis on hiring refugees, and the benefits of hiring refugees who are eager to work for their employers.
Fastaff's Rapid Response and their commitment to meeting the anticipated demands of the projected healthcare provider shortage in the coming years helps keep them ahead of others in the market. Bart Valdez, the CEO at US Nursing Corporation and Fastaff has built a strong team of leaders and a thriving culture within his organization and is proof that with a strong culture, companies will thrive. Brian Arandez, the CEO of Thingify and Maroon Vault talks about how important it is to have employees that are fulfilled in their work, and having a company that is relationship driven rather than just driving the "machine."
John Hoefer and Janelle Mitchell are two great leaders who draw out the best in the organizations they work with. John is the President at Milestone Risk Management & Insurance Services who believes that the best way to handle difficult situations is to collaborate with his team, or partners, and develop solutions. He also strongly believes in the power of listening and using feedback as an advantage. Janelle, an Executive Consultant in HR with HR Squared is known for building human resource capacity within an organization. She believes in a strategy focused around people initiatives as a way of building a strong culture.
Regina Romeo, the Director of HR for CPS HR Consulting has spent her entire career devoted to human resources. She is driven by continuing to meet the challenges presented as a strategic partner through HR. Vinay Johar, the CEO at RChilli shares his insights on the HR Tech Industry, the challenges of this unique side of HR, and what the future looks like for the recruiting industry with this new technology.
Purpose matters in business because people want to be a part of something bigger and make a difference, according to Consultant and Author Dov Baron. Passion for your work is the vehicle that transports purpose. Milton Green, HR Director for Charter Communications, talks about the importance of data analytics in HR, and how to win the war for talent when unemployment is low.
Building an award winning company culture can be a challenge under regular circumstances, but when the company is virtual it makes it that much more difficult. John Bernatovicz, Founder of Willory, shares what it takes to create an effective culture in a virtual environment, as well as sharing his secrets about making employees thrive in this type of environment. Charles Wilson, CEO of the Southern CA Water Coalition talks about motivating volunteers and how he identifies the most effective leaders.
Finding the right talent is a key for a startup, and identifying people who bring opposite strengths of the entrepreneur help to ensure that the company will reach its revenue goals, says Kiffany Hoover, an HR and Human Capital Strategist. Our second guest, Dawn Myers, Director of People & Culture for Montage International talks about the importance of leaders building relationships and how these relationships strengthens the culture and brings about results.
Coaching life coaches is what drives Tim Brownson, the owner of Coach the Life Coach. It's important for him to see people start making changes in their lives, and ensuring that those that are helping them are getting the help they need as well. Cici Perrier, the CEO of Snowfox knows what it means to align leadership and employees and why this is a vital formula for success. Employees need to be motivated to help the company succeed.
Organizational culture is a passion for David Kirsch, Business Consultant, Trainer at Simplitude. Having adopted and implemented the Coaching Kata, he utilizes this to help organizations stimulate a culture towards continuous improvement. For Joyoti Banerji, helping organizations design and implement their workplace culture to create the desired business outcomes is what drives her in her work as a consultant. She wants to help companies find what they are doing wrong with their cultures so that they can correct them and move forward with successful results.
Connecting to self, other and to the planet are the authentic connections one can make, according to Rachel McGehee. She also talks about the need for strong connections within remote teams to strengthen the bonds between team members. Gus Van Dender concludes the show by talking about his passion and obsession with culture and community within an organization. He points out that companies should not take a cookie cutter approach to their culture, but rather find what fits to make it successful.