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.
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.