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Jason never disappoints, great convo coming about engagement and being a Best Place to Work.
Everyone meet Jason, Jason meet everyone.
Jason: Even when I was in grade school, I recognized when processes were broken. But, rather than complain about them, my instinct was to find or create a better way. I solved the problem. I facilitated progress. I never outgrew this.
As my career unfolded, it became clear to me that the experience of “work” wasn’t a good one for far too many people. And so it has become my calling to make work better. I believe that work can and should be an awesome experience (It happens, I’ve seen it.). I believe that people want to do great work. I also believe that leaders want their people to be successful. The challenge seems to be that we are stuck in outdated mindsets and beliefs about “work” that get in our way. My mission is to fix that.
As a busy executive myself, I am sure that you are pressed for time on a daily basis. Who isn’t? With all the questions, requests, appointments, and projects that you need to complete – I am surprised at times that we can keep it all together.
So what is one thing we always look for? Shortcuts and time-savers!
This couldn’t be more evident when it comes to us administering our social media marketing campaigns. We are always on the lookout for shortcuts, or shortcut tools, that will help us save time with many aspects of executing our campaigns.
But, little do many of you know, these tools can also come back to bite you in the end – without you even knowing.
A prime example of this – Facebook.
Tune in today to find out why scheduling your posts directly ON Facebook could benefit your business and increase engagement!
The Social Marketing Academy, presented by The Go! Agency, is your ongoing classroom for all of the social media topics that you want to learn more about. Host Christopher Tompkins, CEO of The Go! Agency, will be covering a wide array of topics from how to get your business step up using social media to more advanced tactics and techniques. Tune in live or on-demand to take full advantage of all of the social media marketing information provided in each show. Visit The Go! Agency online for more details: http://www.thegoagencyusa.com
Catherine Brakefield will start today's show off.Margaret Grundstein will join us in for the second half of the show. Here is more about each author:
The Second Great Awakening has stirred her soul . . . .
Rachael Rothburn is eager to leave her life of luxury in Buffalo, New York to share the gospel with Native Americans in the west. The only problem is, the missionary alliance won’t let her go unless she’s married. When Dr. Jonathan Wheaton, another missionary hopeful learns about the restriction, he is desperate to find a wife. He offers Rachael a marriage of convenience and she agrees. The pair sets off for Oregon to share Jesus with the natives, bur in the process they discover God doesn’t create coincidences—he designs possibilities.
Margaret Grundstein was raised in Detroit, headed east for education and tuned left to follow the great radical migration west of the 1970's. Her career has been eclectic, starting out in City Planning, shifting to photography, ultimately creating a niche that fit her life as a single parent; the owner/director of a preschool in Venice, California. Margaret also has a private practice as a psychotherapist in Los Angeles. Margaret is a proud mother and grandmother. Naked in the Woods is her first book.
Our amazing guest host, Fadia Bascom, talks with Dave Jordano and John Carlisle about the poverty in America, specifically Detroit.
Dave Jordano is an award-winning documentary photographer based in Chicago, IL. Jordano has exhibited widely and his work is in several private, corporate and museum collections, most notably The Museum of Contemporary Photography, Chicago, the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and the Detroit Institute of Arts. His current project, Detroit: Unbroken Down, will be released in the fall of 2015. It documents the cultural and societal identity of his hometown, Detroit, with the intent of showing a human side to the city.
Since 2007, John Carlisle has fascinated readers with his untold stories of Detroit in his "Detroitblogger John" column for the Metro Times. His words and photographs shed light on the overlooked and forgotten while bringing life to neglected, far-flung neighborhoods. The Detroit chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists named Carlisle the 2011 Journalist of the Year for his work on the city. He’s also the author of 313: Life in the Motor City.
Almost anyone who has gone through an annual review knows they can be a pain. If you're lucky, you've got a good relationship with your boss and you get a raise and maybe a couple of tips for a better performance. If you're really lucky your annual review isn't a surprise, because you talk regularly with your manager and get good feedback.
But what happens if you don't have that relationship? One review every year is like asking someone to drive a car on a highway and they only get to look out the windshield every 10 minutes. Business changes every day. Our responsibilities and priorities change every day. Why should we only get feedback once per year?
BetterWorks Co-Founder and CEO Kris Duggan thinks there is a better way. We should treat feedback as a daily, low investment, high frequency endeavor. Instead of slaving away for days on one annual review, we should rely on current technology to do small course correcting feedback every day. Duggan will stop by to talk about a better way for managers and employees alike that will make everyone happier and more productive. Learn how to:
Reshape the way you give feedback
Treat feedback like a Fitbit
Get more out of employees and be a better a manager
Kris Duggan is the CEO and Co-Founder of BetterWorks, an enterprise goals platform trusted by high performing companies to engage, empower and cross-functionally align their work forces. Prior to BetterWorks, Kris was the founding CEO of Badgeville which provides gamification and social engagement solutions to help companies measure and influence behavior. He has a master's degree in business administration from University of California, Irvine. He received a patent for customizable rewards systems in 2011 and wrote and published "Business Gamification for Dummies" in 2013. He currently resides in Palo Alto with his wife and two sons.
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Fractional CMO, Digital Marketing Strategist, and Leadership Keynote Speaker Michele Price brings you weekly access to the top minds to Master the Inner and Outer Game of business.
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Want to paint a picture that just begs to be clicked?
Have you wondered why your schedule is not full?
Are you struggling with making the connection with your audience?
We are going to give you 5 ways of increasing
1. Your engagement
2.Your website conversions
3. Increase the number of clients begging to get you to serve them.
Sound like a gem? Let's get started
Special Guest: András Vicsek, Co-Founder and Head of Research at Maven7 and Designer and developer of social network analysis solutions based on the technologies of the future.
Organisations are becoming more and more complex, more connected, and therefore more difficult to manage. There are multiple hierarchy levels, functions, projects, job roles, processes, products, etc, and thus a stronger role of informal networks, which affects organisational performance. The problems of organisations are increasingly complex as well. Many of them are trying to shift from silos and product or project-based teams to cross-functional collaborations.
This is an era marked with rapid change (more frequent organisational restructuring, new IT system implementations, introduction of new strategies, more mergers and acquisitions, etc), which demands more from leaders and managers.
Join us as we, through real life case studies, show how mapping informal employee networks will help:
better manage and accelerate change initiatives
identify previously hidden key employees (experts, high-potentials, change agents) and their positions in the organisational network
build stronger, more cohesive teams
boost overall organisational performance to benefit the bottom line
András is a work and organisational psychologist, and is responsible for research and product development within Maven7. He is a management consultant and a trainer specialised in social and organisational network analysis.
Host: Jo Dodds