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Winning Teams with John Murphy is dedicated to helping you get the important things done. The goal is to help you be the best you can be and live with vitality.

    Is Your Business Accessible to the Disabled Market? with Mike Iannelli | Episode #101

    Is Your Business Accessible to the Disabled Market? with Mike Iannelli | Episode #101

    Accessibility is not only an important consideration for organizations, but in today’s world, it is absolutely necessary. Did you know that 1 in 4 people have a disability? This population may not be interacting with your business due to lack of accessibility. Today’s guest brings to light a lot of staggering statistics and the challenges people may have engaging with a business’s online presence.

    Mike Iannelli is the co-founder and CRO of Ablr, a Disability Inclusion and Digital Accessibility company. Their mission is to remove barriers for all people with disabilities. They do this by eliminating the digital divide, changing the mindsets of people and organizations, and creating pathways for employment. Their team is composed of professionals with disabilities and their mission-based company shows organizations how much they are excluding a large portion of the population from their services. 

    The process of making your business more accessible is not only a compliance issue or even a revenue opportunity. Yes, you’ll mitigate legal risk and increase revenue, but it is also the right thing to do.



    What We Talked About in This Episode:



    The Reason Behind Abler and Mike’s Background

    Equality and Why it is Important and Necessary

    Missing a Huge Market Through Exclusion

    It’s Not Malintent, It’s Awareness and Education

    Changing Culture and Mindset of an Organization

    How Ablr Works with Companies to Ensure Equality

    Kindness as the Bottom Line

    The Process of Making an Online Presence Accessible

    Ablr’s Accessibility Scorecard

    Guidelines and Validation for Organizations

    Percentage of Websites That are Not Accessible

    Human Testing to Ensure Usability

    The Significant Business and Reputation Loss as a Result of Exclusion

    The Future of Ablr’s Mission-Based Work



    About Our Guest:

    Mike is a hybrid executive with a blend of creative and analytical intelligence. His tenure ranges from developing and leading Digital Marketing Agencies, to holding Executive level positions with multiple firms. Mike spent half of his career on the client side, leading Digital Marketing, Creative & Analytics as Vice President of Marketing at the largest operator of for-profit post-secondary educational institutions in the United States and Canada (formerly known as EDMC). A highly effective and passionate leader, Mike has been part of the digital ecosystem for over 20 years, leading marketing strategy for brands like Hanes, Dick’s Sporting Goods, Johnston & Murphy and The Body Shop.

    His dynamic background allows for unique and creative thinking for clients, companies and partnerships alike. At Ablr, Mike will once again be in hybrid formation: leading business/brand strategy, business development & marketing operations, and developing the Ablr Partnership Program; extending our footprint across the US & beyond bringing digital accessibility, inclusion and compliance to everyone.

              Connect with Michael Iannelli:



    * https://ablr360.com/



              Links and Resources:



    * Ablr’s Website





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    • 28 min
    Make Innovation Business as Usual with Liz Varones | Episode #100

    Make Innovation Business as Usual with Liz Varones | Episode #100

    We hear the word innovation quite often in the business world, but what does it actually mean? And more importantly, are we making space for innovation? Today’s guest helps us hone in on what innovation really means and what amazing things are possible when we cultivate a culture for innovators.

    Liz Varones is the founder and managing director of Anthos Consulting with prior experience in the corporate world. Anthos is an organization that really focuses on helping leaders and their teams to be innovative and to actually act on it. She helps organizations not only see the what and why, but helps them implement the how to bring something to life. She discusses how to be sure that innovation is business as usual rather than a one-time event and how we can balance new ideas with day-to-day expectations in the workplace.

    This is a big challenge and a big topic, but Liz is passionate about bringing new ideas to life and it’s certainly a huge benefit to organizations that give their teams the creative space to do so.



    What We Talked About in This Episode:



    Liz’s Background and Path to Anthos Consulting

    The Common Thread of Innovation

    Meaningful Change Rooted in Service

    Why Innovation is Important

    The Reasons Innovation is a Challenge in Many Organizations

    Realizing Your Power Over Your Calendar

    Creating Space for Innovation

    What Leaders Can Do to Boost Innovation

    Focusing on Using a Process to Bring Something to Life

    Managing a New Generation of Innovators

    Cultivating a Culture of Innovation

    Celebrating Learning Over Failure

    Liz’s Book Recommendation and Daily Rituals



    About Our Guest:

    Liz Varones is a transformation consultant and coach with over 17 years of experience. She founded Anthos Consulting in 2019 and through it she helps business leaders to create transformation by cultivating their best ideas and providing a clear path to turn their vision into a reality. Liz’s past efforts and experience marketing blockbuster brands with pharmaceutical giant Pfizer has led her to drive change and innovation, even amid shifting market dynamics or ambiguity. As an independent consultant and coach, she provides services in enabling transformation and fostering professional development for both businesses and individuals.

             Connect with Liz Varones:



    * https://www.anthosglobal.com/



              Links and Resources:



    * Anthos Consulting Website

    * Liz Varones on LinkedIn



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    How to Win the War for Talent with David Jones | Episode #99

    How to Win the War for Talent with David Jones | Episode #99

    In a time when talent acquisition and retention is a huge stressor for many organizations, leaders are looking for creative strategies to handle finding the right people and keeping them onboard. Today’s guest is an expert in this area and uses assessment tools to do just that.

    David Jones is the founder and CEO of The Talent Enterprise and the author of the book The Future of Assessments: Are You Ready for 3rd Generation Talent Management? The Talent Enterprise partners with governments, employers, and educators to enable people and communities to thrive by advancing the application of behavioral science and neuroscience. They call this the Science of Behaviour metrics and it blends contemporary psychometric tools and assessment solutions with the latest advancements in artificial intelligence and data science. It sounds complicated, but David breaks it down in today’s episode and shares that the data derived from these assessments do not need a third party to interpret. He also discusses the right way to use assessment tools to not only manage talent acquisition but to also allow candidates to experience the very clear employer brand.



    What We Talked About in This Episode:



    What The Talent Enterprise Provides to Organizations

    Making the Assessment Process Enjoyable for Both Parties

    The Structure of and Changes in the Assessment Industry

    The Science of Behavior Metrics

    Intuitive Reports Without the Need for a Third Party to Interpret

    The Use of Assessments in Interviews

    Supporting an Employer Brand Through an Assessment Process

    Good Candidates Assessing Employers

    The New Frontier in Balancing Work and Wellbeing

    The Fragility of Relationships

    Managing Talent Acquisition and Retention with a Coaching Culture

    The New Idea of Being Both Introverted and Extraverted

    David’s Book Recommendations and Daily Rituals



    About Our Guest:

    David Jones is the Founder and CEO at The Talent Enterprise. With a background in labor market economics, David is a senior advisor to policy makers and organizational leaders on their most pressing human capital priorities. With over 28 years of work experience, including living in Dubai for over two decades, David has worked with clients across 25+ countries on a broad range of talent, leadership, assessment, performance, transformation and inclusion projects. David is experienced in using a wide variety of psychometric instruments and is qualified with the British Psychological  Society at both Level A and Level B

    David leads business growth and expansion efforts across global markets at The Talent Enterprise, along with leading key client relationships. He heads our research and innovation efforts to identify future human capital priorities. David was previously the Chief Consulting Officer at Aon Hewitt MENA. Prior to this, he held senior HR leadership roles at Emirates Group, Dubai Civil Aviation and KPMG.

             Connect with David Jones:



    * https://thetalententerprise.com/



               Links and Resources:



    * The Talent Enterprise Website

    David Jones on LinkedIn



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    • 34 min
    Unlocking the Potential of Gen Z with Hannah Williams | Episode #98

    Unlocking the Potential of Gen Z with Hannah Williams | Episode #98

    We’ve discussed the differences between the generations in the workplace and how we are experiencing the phenomenon of multi-generational teams. But now it’s time to hear from a Gen Z-er herself, and a remarkable one at that. 

    Hannah Williams is today’s guest and at the young age of 24, she has accomplished so much. In this episode, she shares her story and how she managed to become such a high achiever in a short time. She is highly articulate in her ability to describe what organizations should and shouldn’t be doing to embrace and develop her generation. This includes what she calls Radical Empathy and the Gen Z Trinity. 

    In addition to being a young leader in this space, Hannah is also the host of an interesting podcast called Native Digital + Native Analog to further discuss the shift we are seeing across the world in Generation Z’s natural ability to use and rely on technology. She also shares an exclusive link for Winning Teams listeners to find your Native Digital Relevance Score and ways to find her book A Leader’s Guide to Unlocking Gen Z.



    What We Talked About in This Episode:



    How Hannah Managed to Achieve So Much by a Young Age

    The Impact of Trust and Mistrust

    The Concept of Radical Empathy

    Culture Clashes Across the World in the Workplace

    Empathically Discussing Local and Global Issues

    Tolerance vs. Empathy

    The Stumbling Blocks for Gen Z-ers

    Native Digital and Native Analog – How They Live

    The Gen Z Trinity

    The Importance of Authenticity

    Managing Gen Z to Get the Best Experience for Everyone

    Native Digital Relevance Score

    Hannah’s Book Recommendation and Daily Rituals



    About Our Guest:

    Hannah Grady Williams was only 12-years-old and in middle school when her dad took her to work at his start-up one day per week. Before long, Hannah was devouring business books. She enrolled in college at age 14 and graduated with a degree in international business by 18. Her efforts to hone her skills during her school years resulted in numerous accolades, including North Carolina Public Speaker of the Year. Hannah was invited onto the board of the Honduras Fountain of Life to provide a Gen Z perspective on Central American missions.

    Over the last decade, Hannah has consulted Fortune 500 companies and boutique luxury brands and has had the pleasure of working with some of the best and brightest leaders across the globe. Her young introduction to the world of real estate led her to continue investing as an adult. Now, with the help of her recently published book A Leader’s Guide to Unlocking Gen Z., Hannah is on a mission to help companies connect with her generation. In a time when the world is increasingly divided, Hannah has made it her mission to foster #RadicalEmpathy in the workplace—helping people of all generations gain a voice. Her work provides a bridge of connection between different generations and helps businesses positively engage Gen Z, the newest members of the workforce.

              Connect with Hannah Williams:



    * https://www.hannahgwilliams.com/winningteams



             Links and Resources:



    * Website

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    • 34 min
    7 Master Keys to Wisdom and Wealth with John Feloni | Episode #97

    7 Master Keys to Wisdom and Wealth with John Feloni | Episode #97

    John Feloni joins me today in this episode which includes a wealth of inspiration. Whether you are in the corporate world or an entrepreneur, this conversation offers so much wisdom inside and outside of business.

    John got his start as a young investor on Wall Street, but is now a successful author and consultant. He offers a wealth of experience and expertise and in this episode, he shares the 7 keys to wisdom and wealth. He outlines these keys in his best selling book The Covenant Secret which is a highly recommended read for anyone no matter your career. The principles we discuss are important to build any business on and oftentimes they are obvious but passed over. Listen to find out how you can implement these keys into your business and life on your own journey to wealth.



    What We Talked About in This Episode:



    John’s Current Endeavors in Business

    His Wall Street and Investment Background

    Stakeholder Capitalism

    The Human Commonality Between All Stakeholders

    Each of the 7 Keys

    The Golden Rule and Gratitude

    Building Trust Through Honesty

    What You Believe Impacts Your Decisions and Outcomes

    Pulling Back and Reflecting

    What Gets in the Way of Entrepreneurs Building Sustainable Businesses

    Constantly Evaluating Where You Put Your Focus

    Fostering Entrepreneurs in the Corporate World

    The New Generation’s Appeal to Authenticity

    John’s Book Recommendation and Daily Rituals



    About Our Guest:

    John’s Wall Street background as a stockbroker, manager and CEO of a small investment bank, his shareholder rights activism, his experience in running a college loyalty/rewards and payments technology company, and his college marketing experience, uniquely prepared him for success as the founder and CEO of StockSquirrel. His expertise and experience comprise all the moving parts of what he and his team are creating and executing at StockSquirrel. Through his own investment company, John invested, partnered with, operated, and consulted to many ventures targeting the college market. This includes serving the Boston Phoenix media group in management of all its media divisions, releasing Windows 7 for Microsoft on 200 campuses and launching a college checking product for Citizens Bank on 50 campuses, among other product campaigns through his college marketing company. As a bestselling author, John addressed the hubris of misguided leadership and explores inspired leadership, as well individual motivation, personal inspiration and the seeking and developing of individual and organization purpose. Whether on Wall Street or a college campus, John uses his lifelong entrepreneurial spirit to act resourcefully and effectively and build extraordinary teams. He considers himself blessed with a spectacular team at StockSquirrel, where he intends on executing a vision that will make a dent in the Universe and expand the social consciousness of society.

              Connect with John Feloni: 



    https://johnfeloni.com/



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    • 29 min
    When Empathy is a Key Competitive Advantage with Sophie Wade| Episode #96

    When Empathy is a Key Competitive Advantage with Sophie Wade| Episode #96

    Joining the podcast today is Sophie Wade, an expert on the future of work. We dive into the topic in great detail and the most impactful message she provides is the importance of empathy in the workplace. Her most recent book Empathy Works: The Key to Competitive Advantage in the New Era of Work is a fascinating and highly recommended read for leaders in any type or organization.

    As we continue to feel the impact of “The Great Resignation,” organizations are faced with the opportunity to change their rules and their models. In this interview, Sophie and I also discuss the reasons we are experiencing this era of resignation, how to embrace multiple careers in a lifetime, and how to navigate multi-generational teams. Most importantly, Sophie also tells us how we can make these necessary shifts happen.



    What We Talked About in This Episode:



    Sophie’s Background and Experience as an Author

    The Growing Interest in Work Flexibility

    Connecting with Multiple Generations in the Workplace Through Empathy

    Considering the “How” of Work

    Empathy Creates a Safe Work Environment

    Having a Consistent Culture Throughout the Organization

    Articulating Culture

    The Connection Between Trust, Empathy, and Employee Engagement

    The Opportunity to Redesign Work Due to The Great Resignation

    Sophie’s View of the Future of Work

    Gen Z’s Contribution to Workplace Changes

    The Minefield of Multiple Careers in a Lifetime

    The Need for an Upgrade in Education

    The Concept of Retirement and Non-Retirement

    Moving On From the Idea of Suffering at Work

    Sophie’s Book Recommendation and Daily Ritual



    About Our Guest:

    Sophie Wade is an acclaimed work futurist, speaker, and author. A Workforce Innovation Specialist with Future-of-Work consultancy Flexcel Network, Sophie’s advisory work and transformative workshops enable executives and managers to adapt for evolving business conditions, and attract, engage, and retain their multigenerational distributed workforce. A graduate of Oxford University (BA) and INSEAD (MBA), she is the author of the Executive MBA textbook Embracing Progress: Next Steps for the Future of Work, and a popular LinkedIn Instructor on Empathy and Gen Z. Sophie lives in New York City.



    Connect with Sophie Wade:



    * https://www.sophiewade.com/



    Links and Resources:



    * Website

    * LinkedIn

    * Twitter

    Empathy Works: The Key to Competitive Advantage in the New Era of Work by Sophie Wade



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