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Our guests today: Anne-Marie & Chuck Lerch, Co-Founder & CXO’s of HI Tech Hui Chuck heads up Cybersecurity. been the CIO and CTO at numerous companies with great emphasis on security.His passion for secure networks is what led him to his love and vision to bring cybersecurity solutions to the Hawaiian islands. Anne Marie is the CXO & Head of Counti…
 
Today's Guest: Jerri Rosen, Founder & CEO of Working Wardrobes Jerri’s organization helps over 5,000 men, women, veterans and young adults each year re-enter the workforce with career development services and professional wardrobing. Today we are discussing: The hidden gem that is the veteran pool How to find and hire veterans to diversify your tal…
 
Listen to Danny Kim, Director of People & Culture at Raindrop, discuss how a crisis forces you to look at the good and bad of your culture. What you’ll learn from this episode: Why it’s important to understand where are your employees during their fight, flight or freeze response system during a crisis. How to look at the “sacred cows” of your cult…
 
Local hiring market is now gone! Guess what! Today, your best people will be hired outside your geographical location. Our guest today: Bradley Clark, Co-Founder & Product Strategy of RecTxt Bradley Clark, who is both a recruitment leader and an actual entrepreneur himself. He’s the Co-Founder of Rectxt, a text recruiting platform, and after a long…
 
Listen to Lisa Dallenbach discuss how to use people data to gain the necessary insights to stay connected with your remote workforce. What you’ll learn from this episode: Where data can highlight the level of engagement and connection of your remote workforce. Why it’s important to use people data to not only understand why employees leave, but als…
 
Listen to Jennifer Meffert discuss why there’s typically misaligned expectations between managers and employees, and how to fix it. What you’ll learn from this episode: Why managers need to be genuinely interested in getting to know employees. How managers being coaches can help to create a team environment. Why managers need to provide detailed an…
 
Why Hiring through the pandemic is a strong Indicator of a innovative business. “We have all been forced to pivot and now we are weathering the storm” for most businesses. Our guest today: Jay Connor, Founder & CEO of Learning Ovation Recognized as an early thought leader in collective impact, Joseph A. “Jay” Connor, JD/MBA, is the Founder and Chie…
 
Listen to Eli Rodriguez, HR Director at Zimmerman Advertising, discuss why companies need to make the hiring process less transactional. What you’ll learn from this episode: Why it’s important to put yourself in the shoes of the candidate to make sure your hiring experience is meaningful. Why an employee’s first day at a new company should be a mem…
 
Listen to Valerie Utsey, VP and CHRO at T-Rex Solutions, discuss the lessons learned from creating and managing a remote internship program. What you’ll learn from this episode: Why giving remote interns multidisciplinary projects intentionally provides access to multiple leaders. Why daily meetings with remote interns can increase the level of eng…
 
Listen to Kim Chaplin, Director of People Ops at Thousand Eyes, discuss making all the touch points across the entire employee life cycle great. What you’ll learn from this episode: Why the employee experience is really about optimizing all the inflection points and milestones across the entire employee life cycle. Why it’s important to make things…
 
Listen to Christhannah Oloyede, CHRO at Alluma, discuss why you need to make your employees feel supported during times of uncertainty. What you’ll learn from this episode: Why listening closely to your employee needs can help prioritize which challenges to address first. How to make employees feel comfortable to ask for what they need. Why weekly …
 
Thank you for having me back, but you know the unwritten rule of being on a show three times? What's the unwritten rule? The unwritten rule being on the show three times is I get to ask you questions today. So I'm taking the laptop. So Kelly is hijacking the episode. Is that we're doing? I am. I'm hijacking it because I want to be host today. And I…
 
What's your story? "Well, we are funded by Greylock and we are disrupting a $30 Billion dollar industry. What else do you need to know?" This is good information to know but it is not your story. I quickly became a very bored audience with this CEO. Ultimately your story is what draws people in and invites us to work with you. When communicating wi…
 
Listen to Amanda Harris, HR Director at Springbox, discuss how employers can support working parents navigate the challenges of remote work. What you’ll learn from this episode: Why you must offer flexible working schedules for working parents. Why it’s important to make sure your employees are aware of all the health and family support benefits yo…
 
Listen to Mark Schaerrer, HR Director at Verisys, discussing why HR needs to operate as the product manager for the workforce. What you’ll learn from this episode: Why HR needs to build a better relationship with the CEO to get things done faster. Why it’s a lot easier for HR to get many small wins versus waiting to achieve one large outcome. Why H…
 
Listen to Chelsea Craig, Founder of Rhino Reviews, discuss why it’s important to consistently monitor your company’s reputation online. What you’ll learn from this episode: Why your company’s reputation has a direct impact on why candidates will apply to your job positions. Why you have to prioritize your focus on the top reputation platforms that …
 
Listen to Lauren Fast, VP of HR & OD at Core BTS, discuss why your company’s words must actually align with your company’s actions. What you’ll learn from this episode: Why your company voice is more than just your company culture. Why CEOs hesitate or shy away from taking a public stance on controversial issues. Why it’s important to allow employe…
 
Listen to Laurie Ruettimann, Author & HR consultant, discuss why HR leaders need room to allow themselves to be vulnerable. What you’ll learn from this episode: Why HR should reflect and get in touch with who they are as an employee and human being to have more impact. Why the days of HR being the only leader who focuses on the employees should be …
 
But we have unlimited time off! Why would anyone not want to join a company with such a progressive time off schedule? Asked founder Sanjeev. Two reasons, One PTO is a perk not a reason for joining a company. People will join and stay at your company when they believe in your vision and experience professional growth. And Two, your company is a sta…
 
Listen to Valerie Vega, Regional HR Director at StockX, discuss how companies can level the playing field for underrepresented employees. What you’ll learn from this episode: Why too many underrepresented employees don’t get the training they need to pursue more senior opportunities. Why mentorship can help level the playing field for underrepresen…
 
Listen to Jason Olson, HR Director of US Operations at Medstreaming, discuss why managers should view their role as an employee coach. What you’ll learn from this episode: Why remote work forces managers to be more intentional when it comes to checking in with their team. Why EQ (emotional intelligence) will be mission critical for any manager to l…
 
“I want to work with really smart people and here is a list of schools that this person will have graduated from” said Lawrence, the CEO. “I do not want to interview anyone who has not come out of one of these schools”. My gut reaction was to simply say, “no thanks” and exit the meeting. Afterall, this CEO was going to be difficult to work with. My…
 
Listen to Shelly Morales, VP of People at Balbix, discuss how to build a high-performing culture that does not drive employees to burn out. What you’ll learn from this episode: Why employees need to be more intentional about work-life-balance when working remotely. Why you should be consistently asking questions from your employees to make sure the…
 
Listen to Brooke Worzalla, Director of HR at Bright Cellars, discuss the challenges of showing your company culture during remote interviews. What you’ll learn from this episode: How to creatively communicate your company culture when interviewing remote candidates. How your company culture can evolve once you hire remote employees. Why remote empl…
 
Key Points for Episode: Timeline for Video Interviews - 72 hours 1- 45 minutes 2- 45 minutes 3- 45 minutes 4- 45 - 60 minutes Decision - 24 hours from Final Interview You must have your questions pre-written and assigned to the individual Interviewer Questions designed to gain evidence of cultural alignment ** DO NOT just pick random behavioral que…
 
Listen to Sarah Clark, Head of People at Urbint, discuss how employees need work to be flexible with the needs of their mental and What you’ll learn from this episode: Why employees may want work to become an escape from discussing challenges in the world. Why some employees need work to provide a safe space to discuss tough and controversial topic…
 
Listen to Amy Kruglak, VP of HR at Rave Mobile Safety, discuss how HR has to learn to lead their workforce with both the head and the heart. What you’ll learn from this episode: How to help employees smoothly transition to a productive work from home environment. How to collect info from your employees regarding their personal challenges. Why it’s …
 
Listen to Dominique Taylor, Chief People Officer at Axios, discussing how to create the best employee experience, while navigating your workforce through uncertainty. What you’ll learn from this episode: Why a strong commitment to your company values and culture will help you thrive during challenging times. How to manage employees working to provi…
 
Listen to Erinn Wainscott, VP of People Operations at Teespring, discussing why HR leaders need to be action-oriented during times of crisis. What you’ll learn from this episode: How to gain the confidence to make decisions when you don’t have all the information. Why HR has to show a different level of confidence based on the specific stakeholder.…
 
We are now remote. And we are learning so much about what it takes to keep your people engaged and productive. The balance between communication and micromanagement is often the Biggest challenge. Here’s what we’ve learned: Consistent communication with ultra flexibility is working. Encouragement to take care of yourself first: ie: a walk, bike rid…
 
Listen to Jennifer Paxton, VP of People & Talent at Privy, discuss transitioning the workforce to a remote first culture. What you’ll learn from this episode: Why you need to more intentional with your communication with a remote workforce. How shifting to a remote first workforce provides employees with more flexibility. What processes you can imp…
 
Listen to Jerome Ternynck, CEO of SmartRecruiters, discussing why investing more into the right areas of your recruiting process will help to hire better talent. What you’ll learn from this episode: How to optimize the recruiting process by focusing more on the sources that deliver better talent. The recruiting metrics included in “The Hiring Succe…
 
Listen to Shelli Holland, VP of HR at Phone2Action, discuss both the challenges and opportunities while helping your workforce navigate through uncertainty. What you’ll learn from this episode: How to prioritize workforce issues and challenges during a crisis. How to help employees manage their stress and anxiety during challenging times. How to he…
 
Listen to Maranda Dziekonski, VP of Customer Success and HR at Swiftly, discuss why the strategy of customer success and people success are more similar than you think. What you’ll learn from this episode: Why you should treat your employees like customers, and their job as the product they’re purchasing. Why you should perform cohort analysis on y…
 
Listen to Katherine Johnson, General Counsel, VP of Compliance & HR at Storj Labs, discussing navigating your workforce through the challenges of 2020. What you’ll learn from this episode: Why consistent and direct communication with employees can help employees feel more certainty. Why it’s important to let employees know it’s both okay and encour…
 
Listen to Jessica Cornwell, Director of HR at ReBiz, discuss the logistics around successfully launching a remote training and coaching program. What you’ll learn from this episode: Why it’s important to make everyone feel involved during remote training and coaching. Why it’s important to get real-time feedback to quickly optimize your remote trai…
 
Listen to Priyanka Gupta, Head of People Operations at Amplitude, discuss leading her company through the challenges and uncertainty of COVID-19 and 2020. What you’ll learn from this episode: How to make your employees feel supported as they’re working from home. How providing an “unplugged” day can help to manage employee stress and anxiety. Why m…
 
High performing individuals come in every flavor. They can not be identified by looking at a resume! They can only be discovered by understanding who the person is, the values they hold dear and the track record of the impact they have made in the past. Every day, your company loses money when you allow personal bias to influence your hiring decisi…
 
Listen to Joey Price, CEO of Jumpstart:HR, discuss why employees should be prepared to have productive conversations around challenging topics. What you’ll learn from this episode: Why HR has been uniquely prepared to help employees navigate challenging times. Why your organization should embrace social justice from the top down. Why it’s important…
 
Listen to Shannon Ward, VP of People at Hireology, discuss leading her workforce during challenging times while trying to reduce employee stress and anxiety. What you’ll learn from this episode: Why being intentional and thoughtful are critical components to having a successful remote workforce. How having a productive remote workforce challenges y…
 
Listen to Chandni Chopra, HR Director at Lamdatest, discuss creating a strategy that helps maintain and improve the well being of your employees. What you’ll learn from this episode: How setting time limits on video meetings can help to reduce to video meeting fatigue. How employee engagement can improve when everyone is facing the same challenge t…
 
Listen to Aliyah Nance, Director of Finance & HR at Paystand, discuss the challenges of helping employees navigate through the many challenges of 2020. What you’ll learn from this episode: How to show empathy for employees by allowing them to see your CEO as “human”. Why providing virtual office hours can provide employees a necessary safe space to…
 
Listen to Priyanka Shukla, Head of People in India for Clari, discuss how to help your workforce navigate in a world with global challenges and uncertainty. What you’ll learn from this episode: How to think about creating a “work from anywhere” company culture. Why encouraging employees to take “mental health days” can help to reduce stress and anx…
 
Listen to Lisa Novak, Head of HR at data.world, discuss both the challenges and opportunities HR has to help the workforce thrive during uncertainty. What you’ll learn from this episode: How to maintain company culture during remote work. How to create a personalized employee experience during a crisis. How to make sure communication to employees i…
 
Listen to Nikki Buchan, HR Director at VelocityEHS, discuss how she’s helping her employees reduce stress and anxiety during times of uncertainty. What you’ll learn from this episode: How to communicate with your workforce during a crisis with employees across multiple locations. How to personalize the employee experience during a crisis when every…
 
Not having a clearly defined corporate culture document is a recipe for failure. Why? The culture document is a business plan for how your people are expected to behave, interact and resolve conflict. It is your saving grace when things go sideways! You must provide a clear and accurate picture to everyone you interview about the good, the bad and …
 
Listen to Melina Murray, Head of People Operations at InfluxData, discuss both the challenges and opportunities an HR leader will encounter during uncertainty. What you’ll learn from this episode: Why it’s important to let employees know it’s okay to take a break and practice self-care. How to help employees create a productive setup and environmen…
 
Listen to Stacy Tumarkin, Head of People Operations at Bonusly, discuss how she’s working on keeping her workforce safe, healthy and in the right mindset. What you’ll learn from this episode: How to help your workforce come together when dealing with high profile racial injustice. How to respond to both the personal and collective needs of your emp…
 
Listen to Jitender Panihar, Global Head of People & Culture at MoEngage, discuss the challenges of managing a global workforce during a health crisis. What you’ll learn from this episode: How to increase your employee communication on a global scale. How to empower your leaders to successfully manage employees during a remote environment. Why incre…
 
Listen to Brian Dumford, Director of HR at Buchanan Hauling & Rigging, discuss the challenges of staying compliant with COVID-19 across multiple locations. What you’ll learn from this episode: How to manage an essential workforce population that primarily does work outside an office. How to manage compliance across multiple locations. How a conserv…
 
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