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Creating High-Performing Cultures with Chief People Officer, Jason Treu #022

Creating high-performing cultures with Chief People Officer, Jason Treu #022

 

Jason TreuRecorded prior to the current COVID-19 Pandemic, Nick Day sat down with best-selling author and Chief People Officer, Jason Treu  – a culture and leadership expert who helps leaders, managers and HR professionals build high-performing cultures and teams with unbreakable connection, extreme scrappiness and the ability to have courageous conversations.

Jason knows how to increase productivity by creating engaged and happy workforces and today he shares with us his blueprint process for creating high-performing cultures!

Jason Treu is the best-selling author of “Social Wealth”, which has sold more than 45,000 copies. He believes the lack of employee engagement in the workplace is killing productivity, which is costing industries billions.   For Jason, the solution is simple: Employee Connection.   This is a subject he has talked about as a featured TedX speaker, where at TEDxWilmington 2017, he unveiled his breakthrough team building game, Cards Against Mundanity.

He also hosts Executive Breakthroughs, a podcast that brings together game-changing CEOs, entrepreneurs, and experts to share their breakthroughs and breakdowns.

In this “Creating high-performing cultures with Chief People Officer, Jason Treu podcast episode, we discover:

  1. How can companies create a high-performance culture like the companies we often see listed on things like “Forbes Best Companies to Work”?
  2. What are the key concepts business leaders need to understand if they want to create a high-performing culture?
  3. What actions can businesses take, regardless of size, that can help them expedite the process?
  4. So tell me more about your game, Cards Against Mundanity!
  5. What tips you can give leaders to help them to uncover potential “blind spots” or negative patterns that may be inhibiting success?
  6. Why do leaders get stuck or feel restless if they don’t take action?
  7. Find out more about Jason’s research where he discovers a connection between children who have suffered trauma and business inhibitors to success.
  8. Social Wealth is a book which you have written which is a ‘how-to-guide’ on building personal and professional relationships. It has sold more than 60,000 copies and has held #1 spot across four business and self-help categories!  In the book, you discover what you believe is the biggest predictor for success – and its called “Social Wealth”.  We find out more about this…
  9. What to do if you have hit a plateau in your career
  10. What are the 10 essential leadership skill sets that can help these business leaders to feel motivated again, increase resiliency and bounce back from rejection and setbacks?
  11. Learn the three secrets to networking that the top super connectors to speed up the relationship-building process and get people to help you (Hint – Introverts can easily do this).

To find out more about this “Creating high-performing cultures with Chief People Officer, Jason Treu” episode of the HR L&D Podcast is highlighted below:

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Of course, if you are an HR or L&D professional listening to this podcast and you have an HR, HRIS or L&D related vacancy that you would love some specialist HR recruitment support with – please also get in touch with me!

I would love to help show you what a great HR recruitment experience feels like!  You can reach out to me directly at nick@jgarecruitment.com or give me a call – 01727800377

Thanks for listening  – I look forward to bringing you the next episode of the HR L&D Podcast real soon!

Best Wishes,

Nick Day | JGA HR Recruitmentnick@jgarecruitment.com 01727800377

Scott Miller FranklinCovey Management Mess to Leadership Success

Management Mess to Leadership Success with Scott Miller #19

Management Mess to Leadership Success with Scott Miller #19

Scott Miller FranklinCovey Management Mess to Leadership SuccessNick Day from JGA HR Recruitment is joined on the HR L&D Podcast by Scott Miller who serves as FranklinCovey’s executive vice president of thought leadership. He is the host of On Leadership with Scott Miller, a weekly leadership webcast, podcast, and newsletter that features interviews with renowned business titans, authors, and experts. Scott also authors a weekly leadership column for Inc.com and is a regular contributor to Arianna Huffington’s Thrive Global and the American City Business Journal.

He is the bestselling author of FranklinCovey’s Management Mess to Leadership Success: 30 Challenges to Become the Leader You Would Follow, and Everyone Deserves a Great Manager: The 6 Critical Practices for Leading a Team.

Scott began his professional career in 1992 with the Disney Development Company as a founding member of the development team that designed the town of Celebration, Florida. Scott now lives in Salt Lake City, Utah, with his wife and three young sons

In this “Management Mess to Leadership Success” episode of the HR L&D Podcast we discover:

  1. What were the choices that led Scott Miller to become both a best-selling author on thought leadership and executive vice Books franklin coveypresident and of the world-leading consultancy and training firm, FranklinCovey?
  2. What it was that motivated Scott to write Management Mess?
  3. Are Scott’s experiences based on the many leaders he has professionally coached?
  4. What makes a great leader and what can people do to become better leaders?
  5. Are leaders often made the scapegoats for commercial problems?
  6. Was this the intention of your Management Mess to Leadership Success book?
  7. What does leadership mean to Scott Miller?
  8. Why everyone should celebrate individual and team success!
  9. What are the principles, practices, and 30 leadership challenges in the book based on?
  10. How can these 30 leadership challenges help readers become better leaders?
  11. Are all leaders in some way a ‘Management Mess’?
  12. What is the one thing you really hope readers will learn and take away from the book?
  13. Does FranklinCovey have leadership training that is based on the book?

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A word from the host, Nick Day

If you have an HR recruitment requirement that needs the assistance of a niche HR recruiter – please get in touch with me.  As well as playing the host of The HR L&D Podcast, I am also Managing Director of JGA HR Recruitment.

As an HR boutique recruiter, we focus on quality, not quantity and we place all levels of HR professional from HR Advisors through to Global HR Directors.

If you have read this far (or if you have listened to my HR L&D Podcasts), then I hope you know that when it comes to HR Search, I am absolutely committed to providing all of my clients and candidates with a world-class HR consultancy service.   I am extremely passionate about raising the profile of HR and L&D and I would love the opportunity to work with you.

So, if you have an HR-related vacancy that requires the support of a genuine HR recruitment specialist.  Contact me today on Nick@jgarecruitment.com / 01727 800 377

In the meantime, please also check out our free expert-level HR whitepapers or find out more by visiting us at www.jgarecruitment.com

I can’t wait to partner with you!

Tel: 01727 800 377.
Email Nick@jgarecruitment.com

 

Culture Types

Culture Types and iX Leadership with Dr. Rachel Headley and Meg Manke #18

Culture Types and iX Leadership with Dr. Rachel Headley and Meg Manke #18

Culture TypesNick Day from JGA HR Recruitment is joined on the HR L&D Podcast by two incredible Culture & Leadership experts,  Dr. Rachel MK Headley and Meg Manke, founders Rose Group international who are a leadership, training and transition change consultancy who help guide businesses through major changes with increased engagement and powerful new attitudes.

Rose Group International (RGI), specializes in leadership development to improve corporate strategic alignment, communication, situational awareness, internal cultures and develop leadership skills to help them to prosper and thrive.

So, who are Rachel and Meg?

Dr. Rachel MK Headley, CEO, is a PhD scientist who spent two decades working in the satellite industry. She uses the lessons she learned from working in big teams and undertaking complex challenges to create solutions for business that work.  She has managed multi-million-dollar projects, uniting diverse international stakeholders, and guiding teams through change.

Meg Manke, COO, is a human-resources professional, with over a decade’s experience in leading HR offices in a large multi-national corporation. She has merged organizations, designed and implemented behaviour-based culture initiatives, and developed leaders in a variety of organizations. She has degrees in Finance, Business Ethics, and Strategic Leadership.  Both Rachel and Meg are also TEDx speakers who have delivered an HR Disrupt talks on stage to over 12,000 people!

Their Rose International programs are also based on their book iX Leadership: Create High-Five Cultures and Guide Transformation and this is something we will find out more about during this episode.  iX Leadership was released in 2018 and is designed to reconnect leadership with their people, to give leaders the tools to drive change, and to create unstoppable teams.

If you want to know more about culture types, great leadership, implementing change, how you can create a culture of innovation or how to inspire powerful teams to produce then you are going to enjoy this!

In this ” Culture Types and iX Leadership” episode of the HR L&D Podcast we discover:

  1. What is the IX Leadership Framework?
  2. So, at the heart of engagement is culture. but what do we mean by Culture Types?
  3. How can being aware of Culture Types improve the way we communicate?
  4. What prompted the creation of Culture Types and iX Leadership?
  5. Does the organisational structure of a business affect the way we communicate?
  6. What makes Culture Types more effective than other popular work assessments?
  7. How do you think work Cultures will continue to evolve?
  8. Is Internal experience (iX) of an organization a leadership choice?
  9. With 50% of people are disengaged at work, how does the IX Leadership model address this?
  10. Advice for leaders who want to implement change, create a culture of innovation or inspire powerful teams to produce?
  11. Is an academic foundation important when it comes to developing strong leaders or developing influence?
  12. The key objectives for the book, iX Leadership: Create High-Five Cultures and Guide Transformation

To find out more about this “Culture Types and iX Leadership” episode of the HR L&D Podcast is highlighted below:

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A word from the host, Nick Day

If you have an HR recruitment requirement that needs the assistance of a niche HR recruiter – please get in touch with me.  As well as playing the host of The HR L&D Podcast, I am also Managing Director of JGA HR Recruitment.

As an HR boutique recruiter, we focus on quality, not quantity and we place all levels of HR professional from HR Advisors through to Global HR Directors.

If you have read this far (or if you have listened to my HR L&D Podcasts), then I hope you know that when it comes to HR Search, I am absolutely committed to providing all of my clients and candidates with a world-class HR consultancy service.   I am extremely passionate about raising the profile of HR and L&D and I would love the opportunity to work with you.

So, if you have an HR-related vacancy that requires the support of a genuine HR recruitment specialist.  Contact me today on Nick@jgarecruitment.com / 01727 800 377

In the meantime, please also check out our free expert-level HR whitepapers or find out more by visiting us at www.jgarecruitment.com

I can’t wait to partner with you!

Tel: 01727 800 377.
Email Nick@jgarecruitment.com

 

Diversity & Inclusion

Diversity & Inclusion Thought Leadership with Margaret Ochieng #017

Diversity & Inclusion Thought Leadership with Margaret Ochieng #017

Diversity & InclusionNick Day from JGA HR Recruitment is joined on the HR L&D Podcast by Margaret Ochieng who is a Business Psychologist, a Diversity & Inclusion consultant and founder at “The Inclusive Village”, where she designs workplace solutions that enable people and organisations to adopt “a village culture approach to inclusion”.

I met with Margaret at a recent Recruitment and Diversity event hosted by CIPD London where both Margaret and I were invited to form part of the expert panel.  I loved her thought leadership approach to diversity and inclusion, which is why I was delighted that she was happy to join me for a more detailed conversation on this podcast.

Margaret’s approach to D&I helps individuals and organisations to identify and remove barriers to inclusion, performance and creativity posed by silos, “clans” and “tribes” that often emerge explicitly or implicitly in social groups including workplaces.

As part of the “village spirit”, Margaret is also organising a fantastic event for women who want to be game-changers in March!  Stay tuned to find out more about that later on in the podcast…

In this “Diversity & Inclusion Thought Leadership episode of the HR L&D Podcast with Margaret Ochieng we discover:

  1. What led Margaret to become a champion for encouraging businesses to deliver more inclusive talent assessment, selection and leadership processes
  2. How can organisations create inclusive and human-centric work environments where everyone has a fair chance to thrive?
  3. Why organisations should not be looking or candidates that are a “culture fit”.   Let’s evolve organisational cultures!
  4. Are getting better or worse from a D&I front perspective?
  5. What does D&I Research tell us
  6. How can we build resilience against “diversity fatigue” and why building a village approach can help.
  7. Why we must eliminate corporate checkbox systems and replace them with a way of life in the workplace that promotes inclusion
  8. The most important insights in relation to D&I as it is now within businesses
  9. The three pioneering and inspiring people Margaret would love to share a dinner party with – and why!
  10. Some immediately implementable D&I actions you can immediately implement after listening to this podcast?
  11. Why it is important to be curious about the status quo in your organisation
  12. How you can ask questions that will keep the D&I conversation open
  13. The journey that led Margaret to remove the “impossible” from her vocabulary!
  14. Why you should attend the “A Million Dreams Game Changers Event being hosted by Margaret in March, which has been designed to help women to make big leaps in 2020 and beyond!

To find out more about Matt Somers and the links referred to in this “Coaching Skills for HR Managers” episode of the HR L&D Podcast are highlighted below:

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THANKS FOR LISTENING!

A word from the host, Nick Day

If you have an HR recruitment requirement that needs the assistance of a niche HR recruiter – please get in touch with me.  

As well as playing the host of The HR L&D Podcast, I am also Managing Director of JGA HR Recruitment.

As an HR boutique recruiter, we focus on quality, not quantity and we place all levels of HR professional from HR Advisors through to Global HR Directors.

If you have read this far (or if you have listened to my HR L&D Podcasts), then I hope you know that when it comes to HR Search, I am absolutely committed to providing all of my clients and candidates with a world-class HR consultancy service.   I am extremely passionate about raising the profile of HR and L&D and I would love the opportunity to work with you.

So, if you have an HR-related vacancy that requires the support of a genuine HR recruitment specialist.  Contact me today on Nick@jgarecruitment.com / 01727 800 377

In the meantime, please also check out our free expert-level HR whitepapers or find out more by visiting us at www.jgarecruitment.com

I can’t wait to partner with you!

Tel: 01727 800 377.
Email Nick@jgarecruitment.com

Culture

Aligning Culture with Community, Leadership & Profits with Devin Halliday #015

Aligning Culture with Community, Leadership & Profits with Devin Halliday #015


CultureNick Day from JGA HR Recruitment is joined on the HR L&D Podcast by
Devin Halliday, an award-winning sales leader, with a diverse background and passion for people. He hosts the Belonging Factor Podcast, where he elevates the dialogue around diversity, inclusion, and of course, belonging. Devin is the Founder and Chief Belonging Architect at Rudiment Solutions, a people empowerment company that works with individuals and organizations to thrive in all things people, process, and profits.

 

Devin proudly served in the U.S. Navy. Devin is a Northern California native. He’s explored the people, places, and cultures across this beautiful planet. He’s been amazed. He’s been humbled. He’s been outraged. But mostly, he’s been inspired to share his lessons with audiences worldwide. 

 

So, whether you’re running your own company, coaching a team, or just have a passion for success because of people then this is a podcast episode you are going to enjoy!  Devin talks about how and why we need to inspire action and improve processes if we ultimately want to deliver bigger profits.  Most organizations have well-written, well-intentioned culture and values statements but when they are reviewed or challenged, they are often wholly inaccurate out outdated.  In this episode, Devin talks about how we can reimagine core values, cultures and brands in a way that inspires tremendous loyalty, builds community, and delivers profits. 

 

COMPETITION TIME:

Want to win a signed copy of Devin’s latest book, Belonging Factor: How Great Brands and Great Leaders Inspire Loyalty, Build Community, and Grow Profits then answer this simple question:  What is the name of Devin Halliday’s Podcast?  Email answers to nick@jgarecruitment.com.  Entries will be drawn at random.

 

In this “Aligning Culture with Community, Leadership & Profits” episode of the HR L&D Podcast with Devin Halliday we discover:

  1. Aligning culture should be a key management priority?
  2. Discover why people are the core rudiment of success?
  3. How to get teams to accomplish goals?
  4. Working to create a sense of belonging in the culture of an organization should be the highest priority of HR and people leadership.
  5. Learn about the five shared characteristics of the greatest brands and most successful leaders.
  6. How you can develop a diverse, belonging focused culture, regardless of business size?
  7. How to implement diversity and inclusion initiatives that get results
  8. Why brands should focus on developing belonging with its customers, not just loyalty? 
  9. We find out a lot more about Devin’s new book, Belonging Factor.
  10. Learn how authenticity helps give an advantage to great leaders and great brands

 

To find out more about Devin Halliday and the links referred to in this “Aligning Culture with Community, Leadership & Profits” episode are highlighted below:

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THANKS FOR LISTENING!

A word from the host, Nick Day

The HR L&D Podcast is hosted by me, Nick Day, Managing Director of JGA HR Recruitment. If you have an HR recruitment requirement that needs the assistance of a niche recruiter – please get in touch

We are not a generalist recruiter – we are an HR boutique recruiter.  We focus on quality, not quantity and we place all levels of HR professional from HR Advisors through to Global HR Directors.

If you have read this far, I hope you trust that HR recruitment, best practice and is providing service excellence are all areas I am immensely passionate about – which is why I would love the opportunity to work with you if you have an HR-related vacancy that requires the support of a genuine HR recruitment specialist.  Contact me today on Nick@jgarecruitment.com / 01727 800 377

In the meantime, please also check out our free expert-level HR whitepapers or find out more by visiting us at www.jgarecruitment.com

I can’t wait to partner with you!

Tel: 01727 800 377.
Email Nick@jgarecruitment.com

#HumanFirst

A Human First Approach to Payroll & HR – with Helen Patterson #017

#HumanFirst Helen Patterson, is a #HumanFirst Workplace Expert with an in-depth knowledge of employer culture, brand and program strategy who has previously held senior Payroll positions at ADP Canada, Thomson Reuters, CIBC, ADP, FootLocker, Champs and The Northern Group.  This is the last episode of The Payroll Podcast prior to Christmas so I hope you enjoy it!

At ADP Canada. Helen helped develop its Payroll & HR products and services.  Helen has also been a representative on two Canadian government committees with the Canadian Payroll Association (CPA), where she helped shape changes to payroll legislation that impacted payroll providers and employers alike.

Helen is an expert when it comes to developing best practices for building client and user-friendly Payroll & HR tools.  She believes every employee has the right to feel valued and with Mental Health issues related to stress and work on the rise, Helen in response developed a #HumanFirst mantra.  She now applies this philosophy to everything she does.  Subsequently, Helen now works as a consultant, contributing author and blogger covering all areas of Payroll & HR and she also runs a small consultancy called “Life Works Well” that helps organizations create high-performance, people-focused workplaces.

Helen is now a sought-after speaker, engaging a captive audience at DisruptHR, CPA (Canadian Payroll Association) and HRPA’s annual conferences and in this episode, we find out more about exactly how Payroll & HR practices differ in Canada from the way we process here in the UK.  We also discover what the similar nuances are too!

A huge advocate for promoting women in leadership and motherhood in the workplace – we discover her views on what businesses can do to embrace motherhood in the workplace and we learn first-hand why this is an aspect of Helen’s life that she is hugely passionate about because ultimately, businesses can do a lot more…

In this episode of The Payroll Podcast, we also explore Helen’s passions and mentorship skills, work-life and caregiving strategies and how she achieves her focus of helping employers develop strategies that can support employees to enable them to manage their life and work challenges more effectively.

If you are a Payroll Leader who is interested in finding out more about how to embed and develop engaged employer cultures, people-focused workplaces and high performing payroll teams and operations then this is the Podcast for you!

Helen’s mantra is #HumanFirst and she brings this vision to her client’s while enjoying some fun at the same time!  Enjoy the Podcast!

For now, may I also take this opportunity to wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year 2019!

We hope you enjoy this ‘A Human First Approach to Payroll & HR’ episode of The Payroll Podcast!  If you know anyone else who works in payroll, then please, share this episode with your friends and get them to subscribe today!

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Featuring leading industry experts, we interview Payroll Business Owners, Global Payroll Directors, Payroll Trainers, Payroll Managers, Payroll Software Professionals, Wellness-at-Work Practitioners, HR Directors, CEO’s, Recruiters and even Talent and Leadership Psychologists!

The Payroll Podcast is a niche podcast, so if you like the show, please subscribe to it, review it (on iTunes) and please, please share it with as many of your payroll colleagues as possible!

If you wish to get involved with The Payroll Podcast or indeed if you would like to suggest a topic or tell us what you think about it, then please email me at Nick@jgarecruitment.com – I would love to hear from you!

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Thanks for Listening!

In the meantime, if you have any payroll or HR recruitment requirements that JGA Recruitment can assist with, please do reach out to us on 01727 800 377 or email Nick@jgarecruitment.com You can also download free payroll whitepapers and check out a wealth of payroll articles on our website.  Find out more by visiting us at jamesgray.wpengine.com.

We are specialist Payroll and HR recruiters with over 100 years of expert recruitment experience.  Whatever your requirements, if you get in touch and quote “The Payroll Podcast” then you can receive a 20% discount on all JGA Recruitment Terms of business.

Contact us today to find out more.
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Email Nick@jgarecruitment.com