In this episode David brings it all together and shines a light on the over-arching theme of "focus". He tells a story of working with a client who was having trouble improving his business and shares the advice he gave to the client and would give to others seeking to improve their focus and reduce their workload.
Michelle Griffin was the former head of HR at ConnectWise during their rapid growth phase and oversaw the people side of multiple acquisitions, mergers, and dissolutions. In this episode she shares how a good human resources department can play a vital role in the development of a positive company culture and mitigation of workplace drama. You can learn more about her at www.michellemaygriffin.com.
In this episode Rick Norberg shares his story of starting as a one-man I.T. shop and growing to now 50 employees and millions in revenue. Today, Rick mostly owns the business development responsibilities for Vertikal6 while while his COO Harry Curran leads company operations. But that wasn't always the case. Listen as Rick shares some of the skills he has learned on his journey from engineer to executive. Learn more about Vertikal6 at www.vertikal6.com.
In a recent blog post called Pay a Bounty for Superstars, David discussed the advantages of employee referral programs. Listen to this episode to learn how a referral program can encourage your employees to network more, find great candidates for open positions, and become impromptu ambassadors for your company. David will tell you how to start and maintain a referral program and incentivize your team to cultivate a talent pool for you.
Zack Schuler is the founder and CEO of Ninjio, a security-awareness training company that produces a 3-4 minute video every month featuring a story of a security problem and showing how the problem can be avoided. The videos are scripted by a genuine Hollywood writer and animated by the team at Ninjio in California. They have proven to be incredibly effective at helping companies prevent malware and phishing attacks in their business and the personal lives of their employees.