Chris Dyer is a recognized performance expert, speaker, and consultant. He has channeled what he has learned in his business research and as Founder and CEO of PeopleG2, a leading background check company, into his best-selling book, The Power of Company Culture (Kogan Page, 2018). 247402
Larry Olsen and Maurice Fuller 03/09/21
We're getting extra geeky on this episode of Talent Talk with PeopleG2 CEO and host, Chris Dyer, and astute guests, Larry Olsen, Aperneo CEO; and Maurice Fuller, StaffingTec Founder. We went deep diving into corporate geekery with a discussion on performance-driven neurology, company culture, staffing technology, and other leadership considerations.
First up, Corporate Culture Expert, Keynote Speaker, Author and CEO of Aperneo, Larry R. Olsen joins us to discuss creating "Cultures That Ignite Profitability by Awakening an Engaged Workforce." We dive into performance-driven neurology and it's part in real business growth and sustainability. But stay tuned for Maurice Fuller, Staffing Technology expert and Founder of StaffingTec, to share about rapidly evolving technology and what it means for recruiting and staffing. We discuss top technology trends and how Robotic Process Automation and AI are impacting this space. Join us for a talk about the future of staffing and talent management.
Joel Patterson and Jason Barger 03/02/21
We've listened to your feedback and we know you want all that culture know-how. So we're back at is this week with TalentTalk host and PeopleG2 CEO, Chris Dyer, and special guests, Joel Patterson, Founder of The Vested Group and ForbesBooks author of The Big Commitment: Solving The Mysteries Of Your ERP Implementation; and Jason Barger, Author, Keynote Speaker, and Founder of Step Back Leadership Consulting.
We start with a conversation with Joel Patterson on core values, and then get into how to properly display company culture on a website and social media. He shares why you should ask culture-focused questions during an interview and explore what it's like to let candidates interact with staff. We'll close up the conversation with shared stories about why its important to research your process.
Stay tuned for the 2nd half of the show where fellow "peopleHum's Top Thought Leaders to Follow in 2021" and Founder at Step Back Leadership Consulting, Jason Barger, gets into leadership being "hijacked." We review principles of creating culture and meaningful work environments and review stories of experienced disconnection with engagement in the remote work environment and solutions for engagement. We tackle the dirty stuff... what teams can do when they have established bad habits in their culture. Real stores for real solutions.
Jamie Jacobs and Hema Crockett 02/23/21
We’re celebrating on this episode of TalentTalk LIVE with host, Chris Dyer, and guests, Jamie Jacobs and Hema Crockett, Co-Founders of Gig Talent & Authors of “Designing Exceptional Organizational Cultures.” It was the big day of book launch for this dynamic duo and we celebrated their success and talked our favorite thing… leadership tools and company culture. Tune in to this episode as we discuss what leaders can do to shape organizational culture, including where to start and how strategies are changing.
Jamie & Hema share stories of talent management and touch on how organizations are integrating elastic talent into their talent strategies. We talk about what Covid has taught us about the importance of a strong organizational culture and how remote work is furthering the Gig Economy and why this is beneficial for organizations.
David Marquet and Kim Shepherd 02/16/21
Download this podcast episode of #TalentTalk Radio with two guests who are huge inspirations to host, Chris Dyer. This is a “must hear” episode with 2 guests who have taught us and so many others, so much. Our first guest, David Marquet, Live Online Keynoter, Bestselling Author, and International Top Ranked Conference Keynoter, to discuss the power of language. He shares about his new book, “Leadership is Language” (AKA “A New Playbook For Leaders'') where he shares stories about using transcripts to identify patterns in the language of teams. Some patterns are fragile and make mistakes vs. patterns of teams that are adaptive and resilient.
Stay tuned for the second half of the show where we welcome back our very first guest, Kim Shepherd, a leader in the business world and community, Retired CEO & Chairwoman, Mentor, and Co-Author of, “Remote Work” with PeopleG2 CEO, Chris Dyer. We talk about the “new normal”... remote work and it’s attraction to top producing Jedis and where these Jedis meet to discuss all things Remote Work culture. Tune in to be inspired.
Dr. Paul Napper and Dr. Anthony Rao 02/09/21
Join us for another hour long special with this brilliant doctor duo. Download this episode of TalentTalk Radio with host, Chris Dyer, and guests, Dr. Paul Napper and Dr. Anthony Rao, co-authors of The Power of Agency: The 7 Principles to Conquer Obstacles, Make Effective Decisions and Create a Life on Your Own Terms.
Dr. Napper leads a management psychology and executive coaching consultancy in Boston. His client list includes Fortune 500 companies, universities, and start-ups. Dr. Rao is a nationally known expert in psychology. He started his career as a psychologist at Boston Children’s Hospital and for more than twenty years he was an instructor at Harvard Medical School.
We’ll join together for some Tuesday Thoughts to discuss how we use “agency” to better our situation. With stress at an all-time high right now, we’ll explore what we can do to keep ourselves stable and grounded. Dr. Napper & Dr. Rao will share stories about what they’ve learned from working with so many top leaders and organizations during the crisis; and tools and techniques to help us better manage.
Quincy Valencia & Ming-Hui Huang 02/02/21
We're continuing the Future of Work discussion with this episode of TalentTalk with your host, Chris Dyer and our first guest, Quincy Valencia, Vice President of Product Innovation at AMS where Quincy and her team run Hourly, a conversational hiring experience platform. She shares stories and insight about how hourly workers have been impacted by the pandemic and what companies can do to address this impact. We go over some of the common challenges of high-volume hiring and the role automation will play in the hiring industry in 2021. We consider how companies can re-think the hourly hiring process and the technology crucial for this, and more.
Fellow tech leaders stay tuned as we welcome to the second half of the show, Ming-Hui Huang, Distinguished Professor of E-Commerce at National Taiwan University of Information Management. We talk through artificial intelligence creating a “Feeling Economy” and how jobs will change because of it, including its unprecedented power and influence for women. Will STEM be obsolete? Is there evidence in recent political elections that empathy is now key, and rationality is becoming less important? Can AI be creative? We'll chat about whether AI will ever get to the point where it is smarter than people and what is necessary to produce AI that has feeling intelligence.