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Product Mastery Now with host Chad McAllister, PhD.
The podcast is all about helping people involved in innovation and managing products become more successful, grow their careers, and STANDOUT from their peers.
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Today we are talking about using qualitative data to drive our work in product and consequently improve sales.
Joining us is Daniel Erickson, the Founder and CEO of? Viable, an AI analytics?tool?that enables businesses to instantly access and act on valuable insights from customer feedback, saving them hundreds of hours spent analyzing feedback. Before founding Viable, he held senior leadership roles in engineering, technology, and product.
This is a very special Edition of Franchise Today, in celebration of Veterans Day, coming up Saturday November 11th 2023, at 11AM. Celebrations and parades will be kicking off across America in honor of all those who have served in our Nation ‘s Armed Forces. To help us better understand the close ties and connections between veterans and franchising, we are joined today by my good friend and IFA VetFran Chairman, Ralph Yarusso.
Ralph is the Chairman of IFA’s VetFran Committee. His franchise career spans almost 40 years of experience, holding executive-level positions with multiple brands. But all of that came after first spending many years as a very successful multi-unit franchisee, with as many as 15 locations under his ownership in multiple cities. Ralph is a United States Air Force Veteran, a Certified Franchise Executive (CFE) and a Certified Franchise Consultant (CFC).
No matter the role, zee or zor, Ralph Yarusso is passionate about helping others succeed in franchising and has always been happy to lend a hand to mentor others. He currently serves as Chairman of the VetFran committee for the IFA and here he is to tell us all about it.
Join two of our three hosts - Andy Goram and Jo Moffatt - in conversation. Catch up on the latest from the world of employee engagement and Engage for Success.
Over the past several months I have been inspecting a lot of stone and tile issues and I will be discussing these on this podcast. just some of the topics include
Dew point and sweating tile
what you can get a factor polish on quartzite
scale buildup on stone and how to remove
In this episode of Fairygodboss Radio, we chat with Heidi Herbrand, the Vice President of Talent Acquisition at GE Aerospace, about her impressive 30-year journey in the world of HR and recruiting. When asked how she got to where she is today, she responded that her success could be attributed to three key factors: 1) her natural curiosity and love for challenges, 2) her focus on the work rather than titles, and 3) her proactiveness in raising her hand for new responsibilities. Throughout the episode, Heidi emphasizes the importance of being intentional and focusing on the positive aspects of life and work. She shares her personal strategies for finding balance, including calendaring everything and reflecting on the week to curate more of the good things. For those interested in a career at GE Aerospace, Heidi also highlights current job opportunities and the groundbreaking work being done at the company.
Heidi is a true servant leader in Talent Acquisition with over 30 years of cross functional recruiting, HR and entrepreneurial experience. She is an authentic leader who is passionate about connecting top talent to great work and bringing an aspect of fun into her team culture. Heidi likes to build things. Throughout her career, she has built great teams and great organizations though consistent leadership and leveraging her strong business acumen to create innovative solutions. She consistently pushes past traditional boundaries and has been instrumental in evolving teams and driving strategies to achieve excellence.
Fairygodboss is proud to partner with GE Aerospace. Find a job there today!
A sober discussion of the economic and political plight of Black people and the global cooperative economic model that provides an exact method of gaining economic and political self-determination. We are building the global machinery for our economic freedom and sovereignty and the methodology to pass it forward to future generations.
We are meeting with John Ramsay, VP of Franchise Sales for Noodles & Company. Since 1995, the mission at Noodles & Company has been to nourish and inspire every team member, guest, and community they serve. All these years later, these core values remain at the heart of everything they do. From their menu to their service to the way they do business, it's their fresh, unexpected, human perspective that sets them apart. They call this Uncommon Goodness.
Noodles & Company franchise locations are essential pillars in their communities and give back to the community in the following ways:
Mac & Cheese Trade-Up Events
Noodles & Company hosts Mac & Cheese Trade-Up events where guests donate a box of Mac & Cheese and trade it in for a free bowl of Wisconsin Mac & Cheese. Noodles & Company donates the traded-in Mac & Cheese boxes to local food banks.
School Fundraising Nights
Noodles & Company locations host school fundraising nights throughout the year, where schools receive a portion of sales from the night.
Participating in Local Cultural Events
Noodles & Company franchisees are proud to participate in local cultural events for holidays like Black History Month, Pride, and Hispanic Heritage Month to show the community, team members, and guests that Noodles & Company supports everyone in its community.
With more than 450 restaurants in 26 states and over 8,000 team members, we were named one of America's Best Employers for Diversity by Forbes two years in a row. And we have been recognized by the Denver Business Journal as one of the Best Places to Work. We believe these successes are based on our unique and caring culture that makes everyone who walks through our doors feel welcome and appreciated. In part two, we play a clip from our popular Great Quotes in Franchising podcast.
The Truth About Franchising with Chris Coleman of True North Restoration
Our topic on this week's episode is True North Restoration, November 2nd,, 2023 at 5:00p EST / 4:00p CST / 3:00p MST /2:00p PST
Kristin Selmeczy talks with Chris Coleman, Owner and Founder, True North Restoration and the Pillars of Franchising team today
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In this episode Steve discusses how the "lazy girl" jobs trend is really a response to women's increased levels of burnout and stress in the workplace.
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TUCSON, AZ - Robert Douglas has formed a coaching business, and it is a coaching business unlike any other. While he focuses on leadership, he does it in a way that blurs the lines between business consultant and life/transformational coach—by helping people make new and better choices and identify the leader they were meant to be (as opposed to the position they may have been assigned.) He molds real champions.
Robert is getting ready to retire from a long career in the US Army that has involved leadership roles. He says that the way they do things in The US Military Service is not always a best-case scenario—assigning leadership titles based on education or length of deployment. People in The Service must implicitly trust their leaders when a true leader should be earning the trust of their teams.
“I believe good leadership is more essential today than at any other time in history; a time when influencers are seemingly everywhere thanks to regular and social media. We need to grasp the responsibilities that come with influence and leadership.”
Robert has put some of his insights into a book titled Leaders Make Time: Leadership Philosophy Made Simple. He will discuss this book in his November radio interview, including a favorite chapter called Cowards Always Say Yes, which addresses how to set healthy limits, say no with grace, and ensure that we are agreeing to do is something we really can do.
For further information and resources please visit Robert’s Website: https://www.leadersmaketime.com/
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