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Leaders (and Followers) that can Manage a Crisis - Interview w/ Dr. Tracey Jones

[fa icon="calendar'] July 14 / by Anthony Taylor posted in Leadership, culture, crisis management

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Dr. Tracey Jones is the President of Tremendous Leadership, as well as an author and leadership expert. Before taking the reins of Tremendous Leadership, she build an impressive leadership resume for herself in various organizations including the National Security Agency, all after spending 12 years as a maintenance officer in the Air Force.

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Using Gratitude to Retain Talent & Influence Culture: Interview w/ Lisa Ryan

[fa icon="calendar'] April 30 / by Anthony Taylor posted in culture, engagement, retention

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In this episode of the Strategy & Leadership Podcast, we're joined by Grategy founder and Chief Appreciation Strategist, Lisa Ryan, CSP. 

Lisa brings an impressive range of experience to the podcast, spending time as an executive recruiter, working in industrial sales, the welding industry (yes, she welds!), the healthcare industry, and as a speaker.

 

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How to Foster a Culture of Innovation: Interview with Timothy Clark

[fa icon="calendar'] April 16 / by Anthony Taylor posted in Leadership, Innovation, culture

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In this episode of the Strategy & Leadership Podcast, we were joined by Timothy Clark, author of The 4 Stages of Psychological Safety, and founder/CEO of Leader Factor - a boutique consulting firm focused on creating innovative cultures and organizational change. 

With a masters degree in Economics in Government and a PhD in Social Sciences with a focus on culture, Timothy brings a keen interest in how culture influences and is influenced by leadership, as well as the relationship between culture and strategy. 

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How to Develop an HR Strategy & Attract Top Talent - Interview With Denise Liebetrau

[fa icon="calendar'] March 30 / by Anthony Taylor posted in culture, incentives, motivation

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On this episode of our Strategy & Leadership Podcast, we were joined by Denise Liebetrau, the Founder & CEO of Prosper Consulting, in Colorado. With a background in HR compensation for fortune 500 companies, Denise felt passionate about sharing her knowledge and expertise with small to mid-sized organizations. Now Denise spends much of her time helping these organizations figure out compensation structures that will help them attract and retain the right people, as well as advising these companies on how to implement their HR programs in a way that helps them have good relationships with their employees.

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Why a Corporate Training Strategy is a Valuable Onboarding Investment

[fa icon="calendar'] March 04 / by Ryan Stevens posted in culture, training, retention

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Onboarding new employees is a massive investment for your company.

Employees who have a great onboarding experience are nearly 70% more likely to stay with their employers for at least three years, making professional training firms well-worth the investment.

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Management Philosophies That Drive Growth & Culture - Interview with Alex Rooney

[fa icon="calendar'] February 10 / by Anthony Taylor posted in culture, management, hiring

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In this episode of the Strategy & Leadership Podcast, we're joined by Alex Rooney, Vice President and co-founder of Vision33 Inc. Alex and his company specialize in IT and professional services with several business lines including SAP, business application software, change management and developing intellectual property. Impressively, Vision33 has averaged 25% year over year growth for the past 15 years.

 

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How to Fix Your Workplace Culture Problem - Interview with Steve Farber

[fa icon="calendar'] December 04 / by Anthony Taylor posted in Business strategy, Leadership, culture

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In this episode of the Strategy & Leadership Podcast, we're joined by author and founder of the Extreme Leadership Institute, Steve Farber.

Steve has been involved in leadership development for 30 years, which has allowed him to work with almost every kind of industry and business from top to bottom. 

His experience has granted him a valuable perspective and the ability to identify what successful businesses have in common.

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