Let’s talk about growing people and companies! In this podcast, we discuss workplace culture and people at work. What are our greatest professional challenges? Should we go after that job? Who’s the right person to hire? Get these and more questions answered by top experts who have spent years working with managers, HR leaders, and top talent.
Growth & Development Beyond Corporate Training
Employee development may begin with a company's training program, but it shouldn't end there. Erin Johnson, gpac's Team Development Coordinator, shares her experience and expertise on the benefits and challenges of evolving training programs.
· The responsibility and investment of training
· Growth and learning extend beyond training dates
· The challenges of workplace learning in a work from home era
· Blending automation with on-the-job training
· Nurturing a robust training program
Nurturing company culture in your remote workforce
Keeping employee engagement in the long term might seem challenging for companies going fully remote. However, Chad Feldman, COO at gpac, shares his experience with taking his entire workforce into a digital workplace without losing the company’s essence.
A growth mindset goes beyond titles and dollars. How to embrace a remote lifestyle. Keeping employees engaged and motivated. Remote workforce challenges. Find the right people from the start.
Making sure you get a good hire
The hiring process can be draining as is, but how can companies make sure it’s not for nothing? In this episode of The Howl, Jason Lawrenson uses his experience in the recruitment industry to talk about that human aspect that gets companies to land the right person for the right role.
The trends in the workplace post-Covid. The impact of a good hire and the cost of a bad hire. The benefits of using recruiters. Dos and don'ts of the offer stage. What can companies do to keep people around?
Harnessing the power of conversation in your professional life
How do you build rapport with clients and make a win-win deal come together? In this episode of The Howl, Julie Gross dives deep into some basic life skills that will help you get ahead in your career by bringing people together and creating meaningful relationships.
The perks of being a good listener How to make deals come together Navigating challenging conversations The payoff of learning in life Building relationships in the digital era
The price of a successful career in recruitment
Building a successful career in recruitment isn’t always an easy path to commit to. In this episode of The Howl, host Luke Lynass and our guest, Shaun Boen, discuss the rollercoaster ride of recruitment and the necessity to humble yourself in the face of failure to be successful.
Approaching the interview process like a pro
The hiring process is about putting your best foot forward, both from the standpoint of the candidate and the hiring authority. In this episode, Jerry Beech, a recruiter with over 24 years of experience, shares the need to move past the static, or common interview questions that are being asked and answered in modern interviews.