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  • 00:25

    The Talent War

    in Business

    Who are the employees companies fight over? How can you become one?
    As intellectual capital has become the dominant competitive factor in many (if not most) businesses, companies are scrambling to get the people with the right skills and knowledge. While unemployment remains a harrowing problem for too many workers, others find themselves at the center of an ongoing war for talent.
    Who are the combatants in this war? What's at stake? Human Performance expert Kason Morris joins us to discuss.
    About Our Guest
    Kason Morris is an accomplished consultant and manager of change management, diversity, talent management and training projects with  experience focused on developing and improving Human Performance, designing processes and managing organization transitions in Financial Services, Government, Retail, and Media & Entertainment.

    He specializes in Evaluating Human Performance  and Diversity programs; troubleshooting to isolate the causes of performance gaps and organizational needs; and conceptualizing and designing training, marketing and analysis materials.

    Kason received his Master’s in Business and Workplace Education from New York University and his Bachelor’s in Marketing Strategy & Planning from the Hagan School of Business at Iona College.

  • 00:25

    The Talent War

    in Business

    Who are the employees companies fight over? How can you become one?
    As intellectual capital has become the dominant competitive factor in many (if not most) businesses, companies are scrambling to get the people with the right skills and knowledge. While unemployment remains a harrowing problem for too many workers, others find themselves at the center of an ongoing war for talent.
    Who are the combatants in this war? What's at stake? Human Performance expert Kason Morris joins us to discuss.
    About Our Guest
    Kason Morris is an accomplished consultant and manager of change management, diversity, talent management and training projects with  experience focused on developing and improving Human Performance, designing processes and managing organization transitions in Financial Services, Government, Retail, and Media & Entertainment.

    He specializes in Evaluating Human Performance  and Diversity programs; troubleshooting to isolate the causes of performance gaps and organizational needs; and conceptualizing and designing training, marketing and analysis materials.

    Kason received his Master’s in Business and Workplace Education from New York University and his Bachelor’s in Marketing Strategy & Planning from the Hagan School of Business at Iona College.

  • 00:25

    The Talent War

    in Business

    Who are the employees companies fight over? How can you become one?
    As intellectual capital has become the dominant competitive factor in many (if not most) businesses, companies are scrambling to get the people with the right skills and knowledge. While unemployment remains a harrowing problem for too many workers, others find themselves at the center of an ongoing war for talent.
    Who are the combatants in this war? What's at stake? Human Performance expert Kason Morris joins us to discuss.
    About Our Guest
    Kason Morris is an accomplished consultant and manager of change management, diversity, talent management and training projects with  experience focused on developing and improving Human Performance, designing processes and managing organization transitions in Financial Services, Government, Retail, and Media & Entertainment.

    He specializes in Evaluating Human Performance  and Diversity programs; troubleshooting to isolate the causes of performance gaps and organizational needs; and conceptualizing and designing training, marketing and analysis materials.

    Kason received his Master’s in Business and Workplace Education from New York University and his Bachelor’s in Marketing Strategy & Planning from the Hagan School of Business at Iona College.

  • 00:25

    The Talent War

    in Business

    Who are the employees companies fight over? How can you become one?
    As intellectual capital has become the dominant competitive factor in many (if not most) businesses, companies are scrambling to get the people with the right skills and knowledge. While unemployment remains a harrowing problem for too many workers, others find themselves at the center of an ongoing war for talent.
    Who are the combatants in this war? What's at stake? Human Performance expert Kason Morris joins us to discuss.
    About Our Guest
    Kason Morris is an accomplished consultant and manager of change management, diversity, talent management and training projects with  experience focused on developing and improving Human Performance, designing processes and managing organization transitions in Financial Services, Government, Retail, and Media & Entertainment.

    He specializes in Evaluating Human Performance  and Diversity programs; troubleshooting to isolate the causes of performance gaps and organizational needs; and conceptualizing and designing training, marketing and analysis materials.

    Kason received his Master’s in Business and Workplace Education from New York University and his Bachelor’s in Marketing Strategy & Planning from the Hagan School of Business at Iona College.

  • 00:25

    The Talent War

    in Business

    Who are the employees companies fight over? How can you become one?
    As intellectual capital has become the dominant competitive factor in many (if not most) businesses, companies are scrambling to get the people with the right skills and knowledge. While unemployment remains a harrowing problem for too many workers, others find themselves at the center of an ongoing war for talent.
    Who are the combatants in this war? What's at stake? Human Performance expert Kason Morris joins us to discuss.
    About Our Guest
    Kason Morris is an accomplished consultant and manager of change management, diversity, talent management and training projects with  experience focused on developing and improving Human Performance, designing processes and managing organization transitions in Financial Services, Government, Retail, and Media & Entertainment.

    He specializes in Evaluating Human Performance  and Diversity programs; troubleshooting to isolate the causes of performance gaps and organizational needs; and conceptualizing and designing training, marketing and analysis materials.

    Kason received his Master’s in Business and Workplace Education from New York University and his Bachelor’s in Marketing Strategy & Planning from the Hagan School of Business at Iona College.

  • 00:36

    The Talent War

    in Business

    Who are the employees companies fight over? How can you become one?
    As intellectual capital has become the dominant competitive factor in many (if not most) businesses, companies are scrambling to get the people with the right skills and knowledge. While unemployment remains a harrowing problem for too many workers, others find themselves at the center of an ongoing war for talent.
    Who are the combatants in this war? What's at stake? Human Performance expert Kason Morris joins us to discuss.
    About Our Guest
    Kason Morris is an accomplished consultant and manager of change management, diversity, talent management and training projects with  experience focused on developing and improving Human Performance, designing processes and managing organization transitions in Financial Services, Government, Retail, and Media & Entertainment.

    He specializes in Evaluating Human Performance  and Diversity programs; troubleshooting to isolate the causes of performance gaps and organizational needs; and conceptualizing and designing training, marketing and analysis materials.

    Kason received his Master’s in Business and Workplace Education from New York University and his Bachelor’s in Marketing Strategy & Planning from the Hagan School of Business at Iona College.

  • 00:25

    The Talent War

    in Business

    Who are the employees companies fight over? How can you become one?
    As intellectual capital has become the dominant competitive factor in many (if not most) businesses, companies are scrambling to get the people with the right skills and knowledge. While unemployment remains a harrowing problem for too many workers, others find themselves at the center of an ongoing war for talent.
    Who are the combatants in this war? What's at stake? Human Performance expert Kason Morris joins us to discuss.
    About Our Guest
    Kason Morris is an accomplished consultant and manager of change management, diversity, talent management and training projects with  experience focused on developing and improving Human Performance, designing processes and managing organization transitions in Financial Services, Government, Retail, and Media & Entertainment.

    He specializes in Evaluating Human Performance  and Diversity programs; troubleshooting to isolate the causes of performance gaps and organizational needs; and conceptualizing and designing training, marketing and analysis materials.

    Kason received his Master’s in Business and Workplace Education from New York University and his Bachelor’s in Marketing Strategy & Planning from the Hagan School of Business at Iona College.

  • 00:25

    The Talent War

    in Business

    Who are the employees companies fight over? How can you become one?
    As intellectual capital has become the dominant competitive factor in many (if not most) businesses, companies are scrambling to get the people with the right skills and knowledge. While unemployment remains a harrowing problem for too many workers, others find themselves at the center of an ongoing war for talent.
    Who are the combatants in this war? What's at stake? Human Performance expert Kason Morris joins us to discuss.
    About Our Guest
    Kason Morris is an accomplished consultant and manager of change management, diversity, talent management and training projects with  experience focused on developing and improving Human Performance, designing processes and managing organization transitions in Financial Services, Government, Retail, and Media & Entertainment.

    He specializes in Evaluating Human Performance  and Diversity programs; troubleshooting to isolate the causes of performance gaps and organizational needs; and conceptualizing and designing training, marketing and analysis materials.

    Kason received his Master’s in Business and Workplace Education from New York University and his Bachelor’s in Marketing Strategy & Planning from the Hagan School of Business at Iona College.

  • 00:25

    The Talent War

    in Business

    Who are the employees companies fight over? How can you become one?
    As intellectual capital has become the dominant competitive factor in many (if not most) businesses, companies are scrambling to get the people with the right skills and knowledge. While unemployment remains a harrowing problem for too many workers, others find themselves at the center of an ongoing war for talent.
    Who are the combatants in this war? What's at stake? Human Performance expert Kason Morris joins us to discuss.
    About Our Guest
    Kason Morris is an accomplished consultant and manager of change management, diversity, talent management and training projects with  experience focused on developing and improving Human Performance, designing processes and managing organization transitions in Financial Services, Government, Retail, and Media & Entertainment.

    He specializes in Evaluating Human Performance  and Diversity programs; troubleshooting to isolate the causes of performance gaps and organizational needs; and conceptualizing and designing training, marketing and analysis materials.

    Kason received his Master’s in Business and Workplace Education from New York University and his Bachelor’s in Marketing Strategy & Planning from the Hagan School of Business at Iona College.

  • 00:25

    41 Winning the Talent Wars

    in Business

    As intellectual capital has become the dominant competitive factor in many (if not most) businesses, companies are scrambling to get the people with the right skills and knowledge. While unemployment remains a harrowing problem for too many workers, others find themselves at the center of an ongoing war for talent.
    Who are the combatants in this war? What's at stake? Human Performance expert Kason Morris joins us to discuss.
    About Our Guest
    Kason Morris is an accomplished consultant and manager of change management, diversity, talent management and training projects with  experience focused on developing and improving Human Performance, designing processes and managing organization transitions in Financial Services, Government, Retail, and Media & Entertainment.

    He specializes in Evaluating Human Performance  and Diversity programs; troubleshooting to isolate the causes of performance gaps and organizational needs; and conceptualizing and designing training, marketing and analysis materials.

    Kason received his Master’s in Business and Workplace Education from New York University and his Bachelor’s in Marketing Strategy & Planning from the Hagan School of Business at Iona College.

  • 00:24

    036 Are Middle-Class Jobs Disappearing?

    in Business

    This week we examine some potentially disturbing trends related to employment. The unemployment rate has been pretty consistent over the past couple of years, and normally we think of that number as being linked to the economy overall. If the economy is good, there are a lot of jobs. If the economy is bad, there are fewer jobs. While that’s obviously still true, there may be more at work. Our guest says that the economy itself may be undergoing a major restructuring -- and that has some potentially very serious consequences for the job market of the future.

    About Our Guest

    Arnold Kling earned his Ph.D in economics from MIT in 1980. He was an economist on the staff of the Federal Reserve Board from 1980-1986, after which he held a number of positions at Freddie Mac. In 1994, he started one of the first commercial web sites, Homefair.com, which was sold in 1999. Since then, he has been teaching high school statistics as a volunteer and has written several books, including Crisis of Abundance: Rethinking How We Pay for Health Care. He's currently working on two new books with the working titles From Poverty to Prosperity  and The Knowledge-Power Discrepancy  He is also a member of the Financial Markets Working Group of the Mercatus Center at George Mason University.