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Are you a boomer who is considering retirement and concerned about your financial security and general wellbeing? If so… you’ll want to be sure to take a listen to what Sonya Edwards has to say.
Sonya is the broker and executive director of ESOP Realty, a subsidiary of Benjamin Rose Institute on Aging. She joins us to share her thoughts about the critical importance of financial planning as we age from her recent article published in both Next Avenue and Market Watch, entitled, Aging in place can be cost-effective, but requires good financial planning.
If you are concerned about living comfortably in your own home and making the most of your Golden Years, you’ll want to make sure you catch this show!
In the late 1980's a group of young men who grew up without computers, cell phones and social media will help change the trajectory of World History. This is not based on a true story....this IS a true story.
While it's been one hell of a year and a half for everyone, I can think of no one, that has had to face down, endure and push through more in both their personal and professional lives, than Gary Gardner and Therese Thilgen. Gary and Therese are the co-founders of the Franchise Update Media Group, publishers of: Franchise Update Magazine, The Multi-Unit Franchising Magazine and producers of two of franchising’s most legendary, annual events. 1) The Franchise Update Leadership and Development Conference and 2) The Multi-Unit Franchising Conference. In addition to the utter and complete shut downs of all things related to their business since the Pandemic, they also suffered the loss of their son Mikey. Through their faith in God and the loving support of friends, family and the franchising community this amazing couple is back. And they are back with not one, but two major, LIVE fall events.Gary Gardner, Chairman of the Board at Franchise Update Media Group, my guest this week on Franchise Today.
Special Guest: Josh Bersin, internationally recognised analyst, educator, and thought leader in the global talent market, Dean of the Josh Bersin Academy
Amazon has said it wants to be “Earth’s best employer and safest place to work”. This ambition is a long-overdue acknowledgment of the importance of the employee voice.
For Josh, the voice of the employee is the most important topic in business. Employees are the most “vested stakeholders” you have; when they have problems or good ideas, you really have to listen. In practice, this means regular structured management-team communications and all-hands meetings, complemented by regular listening, surveys, and feedback.
And for firms looking to rebuild as we exit COVID, if you start looking like an unattractive employer, you're going to suffer serious impacts—on not just morale, but business reputation and recruitment.
Josh is an internationally recognised analyst, educator, and thought leader in the global talent market and is a frequently quoted commentator on the world of work, HR and leadership practices. He is also dean of the Josh Bersin Academy, the world's first global development academy for HR and talent professionals at all levels and across all industries.
Join us as we discuss why employee experience has to be a priority for all organisations right now.
Host: Jo Moffatt
In our Hot Topic this week we have Will Robinson, CEO of Encapture
Today we have an interview about work-life balance, we're going to be talking about why employee experience is key to today's lending market. Enhancing the work-life balance; we often use the phrase, "Thank God. It's Monday", "TGIM" and "TGIT", "Thank God. It's Tuesday", and all the way throughout the week. At least that's the culture that we hope to create within our clients. We should have great work environments that are so positive and enjoyable. Today we will learn how to create a superb employee experience a work-life balance and technologies such as Encapture.
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We have a great show today. We are meeting with Justin Nihiser, CEO of Code Ninjas. Code Ninjas® is the world’s largest and fastest-growing kids coding franchise, with hundreds of locations in the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom. Their goal is to create the problem solvers of tomorrow. At their centers, kids learn to code while building their own video games in a fun, safe, and inspiring environment. Kids gain confidence, logic, resourcefulness, and problem-solving skills that will serve them for the rest of their lives.
In Part Two, we play a clip from our popular Great Quotes in Franchising Podcast.
Lorenzo Jones, a NABWIC member with the Texas Chapter, resides in Houston Texas where he has worked for the past three years as an architectural designer with PBK. Currently, Lorenzo works for EJES, Inc., an award-winning architecture and engineering firm specializing in Aviation, Transportation, Water Waste/Pipeline and more. Lorenzo is also CEO of his own graphic design company, Lenz Noirre (pronounced nu-whar).
Lorenzo’s educational background consists of two bachelors in architecture and construction science in addition to a master's in Architecture, which he acquired at Prairie View A&M University. As he continues to develop his career, the young professional has obtained his license to be a licensed architect and plans to open his architectural firm in the near future.
Lorenzo is a member of NABWIC and is active in the Texas Area and is a member of NABWIC's national Marketing and Communications Committee.
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The Vision of the National Association of Black Women in Construction (NABWIC) is to build lasting strategic partnerships with first-rate organizations and individuals that will provide ground-breaking and innovative solutions for black women in construction and their respective communities.
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Michael Giuliano has been dubbed “a modern day impresario” and “one of the most influential guys you’ve never heard of” (and he likes it that way).
...”I help people compete at game speed, win, and have fun.”
Michael is frequently requested by name by the Fortune 500’s Elite (including 40 of the Fortune 100), Military Elite Special Forces, the two largest Private Equity firms, and some of the highest ranked NCAA athletic programs. He has successfully designed, developed, patented, and commercialized products in excess of $2B (and the highest single price-point fully crowdfunded campaign to date). He started his career at tech-giant Intel Corporation earning distinct engineering honors spanning some of the highest-profile product launches on record in the digital and mobility spaces.
Enjoy the show!
Connect with Michael Giuliano on LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/01of01
If you learn anything it should be this: cases are not won or lost based upon the merits of each side. They are won and lost based upon perception and procedure.
Everyone already knows what I have been teaching for decades, Winning cases is about working the system not about being right. That is exactly why hardly anyone trusts the system or lawyers or judges for that matter.
But other than a few courageous homeowners, everyone seems to forget that simple proposition. And so because they believe that the entire foreclosure scheme for the past two decades has been one elaborate fraudulent scheme they assume they have a right to win. And they think the lawyers and courts should admit that the scheme is fraudulent and basically mostly a PONZI scheme.
There is no such thing as a right to win. There are only winners and losers who know how or who don't know how to work the system.
The problem for homeowners who seek to fight is that there is a nearly religious belief that this is about being right rather than undermining the right of anyone to initiate foreclosure procedures against them.
They want to prove their opposition to be wrong. It is not enough for them to prove there is no claim against them and so they go on to lose and prove the erroneous proposition that homeowners cannot win. They can win and they do win.
When you bring your brand to the digital space, there’s a lot to consider. How do you get your brand discovered on social media? What kind of creative work goes into that transition? What sort of ROI can you expect? This week, Alex Gold of Del Oro Media shares the need-to-knows of going digital with your brand.
Alex is a seasoned veteran in social media and digital marketing, who brings to the table a wealth of strategic and operational insights. From his time at Nickelodeon working on amazing IPs like SpongeBob and TMNT to his days in the music industry collaborating with incredible artists like Fishbone, Slightly Stoopid, and Iration. Alex founded Del Oro Media Agency in the summer of 2019. Alex holds a Master’s degree in Strategic Public Relations from University of Southern California, and a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from California State University, San Marcos. --- Connect with The Social Marketing Academy: www.Twitter.com/GoSocialAcademy https://Apple.co/2KnGM8Z --- Connect with Christopher Tompkins: www.Twitter.com/chrisgoagency www.Linkedin.com/in/chrisgomedia/ --- Connect with Alex Gold and Del Oro Media: https://facebook.com/deloromediaagency http://twitter.com/deloromedia https://www.linkedin.com/company/del-oro-media https://instagram.com/deloromedia
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