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Discover practical tips for designing an effective interview process that forces candidates to show up authentically. Learn how to screen applicants, and make the right decisions for your team. MORE >Have you hired “amazing” people only to find they’re not who you interviewed weeks ago? Do applicants often give all the right answers and then leave you scratching your head down the road? How do you get candidates to remove their masks and show their true colors before you hire them?
In this workshop, we’ll talk about interviewing for success. You’ll consider your current process and assess its weak points. Are your questions too easy? Are your interviews too short? Are candidates too comfortable? We’ll answer these and more, and you’ll walk away with concrete tips for improving your system.
You’ll also learn to screen candidates and recognize the good, the bad, and the ugly – all before the interviews even begin. Ultimately, you need to make the most informed decisions possible. And the only way to hire the right people is to peel back their layers.
This topic can be delivered live or virtually using Zoom.
DC will share (7) pillars of unbeatable corporate culture, all linked together that will be a disruptive force against competitors, reducing employee turn over, and delivering optimal stewardship of company resources, all resulting in success levels never dreamed of before. The audience will be engaged (no podium or risers) as DC works the room sharing the pillars and real life stories that works can work for small cap to large cap publicly traded companies. MORE >
The popular publicity seminar presented to dozens of groups through Free Speakers Chicago is now available in Phoenix. Andy explains the ins and outs of how to receive free attention from newspapers, TV, radio and magazines. Audiences will learn how to capitalize on the often misunderstood marketing tool of media relations. Learn the difference between earned media and paid advertising and why earned media is so much more valuable. MORE >
Over the last decade, many businesses have seen company culture as the “Holy Grail” for attracting and retaining the best employees. Yet, the idea of building a “great company culture” has become falsely tied to amenities—like ping pong tables, unlimited vacation and nap rooms—rather than the core elements of what culture really is, like values and beliefs. MORE >This talk is for corporate leaders who are ready to embrace an inspiring, inclusive and sustainable fulfilling workplace that brings out the best in employees. By reflecting on her discoveries as an past employee, an healthcare advocate, and an executive, keynote speaker Latoya Beverly will teach leaders how to incorporate a mindful workplace culture as a tangible tool that can (and should) be actively managed to achieve consistent and excellent results.
For an organization to achieve its goals, leaders must be transparent with employees about how we plan to achieve the company mission. This presentation shares eye-opening truths about the value of engagement along with five keys that boost engagement and improve execution by including employees in the engagement process!
Managing a startup operation can be a daunting task. From defining your objectives to building your Business Plan to Capital Funding, we will explore approaches to each of these areas.
Learn the six key focus areas of a business and how to create alignment, accountability, and acceleration for leadership teams of fast growth companies. Increase the impact of your meetings, accelerate the results of your organization, and improve your bottom line by combining the best of business books by Jim Collins, Stephen Covey, Patrick Lenchioni, Michael Gerber, Gino Wickman, and more into a complete look at the business. MORE >Discover solutions to issues the cross through all departments, effecting sales, production, and the organizations finances.
Business owners, retail or service-based, all say the exact same thing. ‘We need more customers so we can earn more money.’ It’s tough out there for business owners in 2019. Jean Kuhn “has the backs” of business owners and delivers the hard facts, the truth and some laughs, on what it takes to become the leader in their industry and a “celebrity” in their business. MORE >Jean shares her story of buying 2 bankrupt businesses and turning them around in 12 short months and adding $100,000 to their bottom lines. And she did it with NO customer list and NO marketing budget.
Jean is the perfect speaker if attendees:
* Want more customers
* Want to make more money
* Want to more free time
* Want to reduce employee turnover
* You don't need a list or a big budget
* Low cost/no cost marketing strategies
* Tools to turn employees into lead
Racing is a business. And like any business its success is dependent on people. It's not enough to have the greatest driver, if the team backing them up isn't working together. And even that isn't enough if they aren't communicating. MORE >Of course, we all know that. We simply need to be reminded. And it needs to be done in a way that grabs the attention of the people in your organization. A compelling story that shows what can be accomplished when communication is a part of the plan.
This presentation isn't about racing. It's about winning.
Alexander Rossi's victory in the 100th running of the Indy 500 was an amazing achievement. Here was a rookie who had never driven in this race, beating drivers and teams with decades of experience. So how did he do it? Two words: communications and teamwork. Telling that story is more than just entertaining, it's an amazing lesson in how any business can find a victory.
Rick DeBruhl is a lifelong communicator. With a career that started in radio and now finds him covering auto racing for ESPN, he's learned the art of storytelling. Rick has a Master's degree in Media Management and is also the chief communications officer for a statewide organization. He understands communication theory and how it can make or break an organization.
Winning Communications will help explain:
* The importance of the communications culture
* Critical communications needed during innovation and changing strategy
* Communicating at the right speed
Tailored to fit your group or organization, Winning Communications will inspire your audience to find new ways to get amazing results.
The average cost to a business hit by a cyber attack is now $1 million. Three years ago the White House estimated that cyber attacks will cost the US economy as much as $109 billion. But while organizations are spending millions on tech solutions, they're often overlooking their biggest risk: their employees. A study by the Ponemon Institute found 48% of breaches occur because of internal negligence. MORE >Fortunately, it doesn't have to be that way. Cybersecurity experts say one of the first investments should be employee training that centers around communication. This keynote is a wakeup call to leaders about how to reduce the threat without a massive expense.
Rick's background as a broadcaster, chief communication officer and even a brief stint managing an IT department gives him the insight to both understand the problem and explain how to make needed changes.