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We hear from interculturalists about their work and their personal journeys. Each guest adds something of value to the Intercultural Toolbox, a public resource to help others doing this kind of work succeed. Subscribe to discover the secret sauce of cross-cultural coaching, training and consultancy, and get involved at www.interculturaltoolbox.org.
 
Try Harder Is Not A Strategy is a podcast for recruiting professionals who are looking for actionable insights into what works in the talent space. The team at Recruiting Toolbox – all former corporate recruiting leaders, who now work with some of the most interesting recruiting teams (clients include startups to well known leaders like PepsiCo, Uber, Amazon, GE, Adidas, Electronic Arts, Target, Disney, Google, Nestle, IKEA, and Bloomberg) – interview interesting talent acquisition and hirin ...
 
Award winning entrepreneur and investor, Karl Fitzpatrick presents South East Radio's Business Matters. Since 2012, the show has featured over 1000 insightful interviews with business leaders from Ireland and across the globe and has developed a reputation for providing entrepreneurs with the ever evolving toolkit required to overcome obstacles and maximise their business success. Regular topics include Sales, Marketing, Finance, Operations, Recruitment, Training, Strategy, Digital Transform ...
 
Slone Partners specializes in recruitment for the diagnostics, life science tools, healthcare information technology, and laboratory testing industries. When you work with Slone Partners you can expect an unparalleled customer experience and a full range of services to meet all of your recruitment needs. Due to our extensive database of industry professionals, and the knowledge of our executive recruiters, we present candidates that enable our clients to achieve their goals.
 
This is the first podcast dedicated to happiness at work. We interview authors, entrepreneurs, coaches, and industry experts to discover what they're doing to foster happiness in the workplace while living passionate and purposeful lives. At Management 3.0 we believe that happiness at work should be the 'norm' and not the exception. If you're looking for the modern day toolkit for managers and leaders who care about happiness at work, then visit www.management30.com.
 
When he's not tooling around the National Capital region on his motorcycle, Tom Temin interviews federal executives and government contractors who provide analysis and insight on the many critical issues facing the Executive branch. The Federal Drive is found at FederalNewsNetwork.com and 1500 AM in the Washington D.C. region.
 
If you're a Contractor- and you want to hear how others are working smarter, working less and making more- then this is the show for you! Ideas, Tips, Hacks and Shortcuts to build a profitable 6 figure contracting business that you can use right away to make more money and have more time off. Follow us on Facebook @ProfitToolBelt For contractors in Roofing, Solar, HVAC, Plumbing, Electrical, Painting, Snow Removal, Landscaping, Lawn Care, Pool Service, Cabinet Maker, Windows and Doors, Gutters
 
The People Leaders Podcast is a resource for managers and business leaders creating high performing teams. Join leadership and team development experts Jan and Michelle Terkelsen each week and explore both subjects from every angle.Through practical tips, valuable insights, and compelling interviews with leadership experts around the world, you’ll learn how to bring out the best in your staff and how to give your best as a leader.We cover issues such as workplace communication, understanding ...
 
Feed your soul and fill your toolbox every Thursday with Benn Marine (a trans man, outdoors person, political organizer, and social justice advocate) as he interviews organizers, activists, artists, academics, and experts about their experiences and knowledge on building community and creating change. They dive deep into social movements, fundraising, building teams, volunteer leadership development, self care, recruitment, time management, launching non-profits, resiliency work, digital org ...
 
Begin As You Mean to Go On is about working hard once at the right things that will actually move your business forward toward long-term success without burning yourself out. I'm Kronda Adair, founder of Karvel Digital and I'm passionate about empowering you to take control of your digital marketing. Here’s the thing, I care more about your success than whether you like me. I'm going to give you some tough love sometimes but you'll also hear what's necessary to reach your goals. Sometimes yo ...
 
This show teaches Insurance Agency Owners how to Help More People & Make More Money... In Less Time... Doing What You Do Best. We share proven fundamentals, strategies, and tools that equip you to build a team of professionals dedicated to growing their income & your agency. If you're ready to start living the life and creating the business you imagined when you first got started, you're in the right place. Topics will include Team Member Compensation Agency Profitability (Overall and by Tea ...
 
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The Homeland Security Department recently completed rulemaking to carry out a law enacted in 2014. It gives the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency a lot of discretion in hiring cybersecurity people. My next guest says, maybe too much discretion. Bob Tobias is a long time federal employment expert and a professor in the Key Executive L…
 
The oldest information system the government operates might also be the most crucial one. No, not the IRS master file system. It's the technology that controls nuclear weapons. It dates to the 1950s. Yet imagine if the control systems were online in the age of ransomware. My next guest has thought about exactly that. A long time scholar and researc…
 
The western wild fires have caused a lot of headaches for agencies like FEMA who must respond. But house fires remain the most common form of fire each year, and FEMA keeps close track on house fires too. Joining the Federal Drive with some recent statistics and how the agency gathers it, the acting U.S. Fire Administrator, Tonya Hoover.…
 
The Army says it’s made big strides over the past year in adding more rigor to the way it manages its civilian workforce. Among the changes: a brand new agency to manage civilian career fields, new ways to measure how civilians contribute to Army readiness, faster hiring, and a restructuring of career pathways to give employees a wider range of opp…
 
The Biden administration wants agencies to do more to educate prospective federal employees, new hires and current staff about their collective bargaining rights, and information on joining a union. The Office of Personnel Management issued new guidance to agencies earlier this week. OPM, Labor Secretary Marty Walsh and Vice President Kamala Harris…
 
Self proclaimed, creative troublemaker, Josh Linkner, says we have to challenge assumptions and never stay still for too long if we want to be successful. A business leader and New York Times bestselling author of, Big Little Breakthroughs, Josh started his career as a jazz guitarist and then went on to become the founder and CEO of five tech compa…
 
When newer or smaller agents get impatient with the speed of their agency growth, overstaffing can lead to $10,000 to $50,000 or bigger mistakes. Learn how you can identify this and take action to fix it. START WITH THE eBOOK Get the free ebook The 23 Reasons Most Insurance Agency Owners Can't Enjoy a 3-Day Weekend Lifestyle - And How to Fix Them S…
 
Equal employment law is constantly changing as new cases and new decisions occur. Courts decide some cases, the commissioners others. It's a lot for EEO officers to keep up with. But the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission publishes a quarterly digest that makes it all, easier to digest. With how the process works, the assistant director of the…
 
It's not easy for a federal agency to cut over to a new financial management system. But that's what the Coast Guard is about to do. Coasties are about halfway through the cutover period, with November 17th as the date for completion. For how it's all going, the Federal Drive turned to the assistant commandant for resources and the chief financial …
 
Senate appropriators are plussing up the defense budget, relative to what the Biden administration has requested. The newest release of Senate budget bills has the Pentagon getting twenty four billion dollars more than what the White House requested earlier this year. Federal News Network’s Scott Maucione joined the Federal Drive to talk about wher…
 
The U.S. government’s technical standards agency is taking on a potentially era-defining issue: How should the nation manage the risks of artificial intelligence? The National Institute of Standards and Technology is just starting this work, and it’s already confronting some tough questions For more, Federal News Network’s Justin Doubleday.…
 
Twenty-one years after the passage of the Clinger-Cohen Act, agencies and auditors are still debating whether chief information officers should report to the agency secretaries or deputy secretaries. Even though presidents have issued executive orders and the Office of Management and Budget has issued policies, the question of the reporting structu…
 
The Department of the Navy spent more than $17 billion in fiscal 2021 with small business prime contractors. Once again, the DoN met or exceeded all of its small business goals. Where the Department is still struggling is ensuring small business subcontractors are not being used as bait by large businesses to get contracts , and then the subs don't…
 
Senate Democrats are out with nine new appropriations bills for 2022. Yes, the fiscal year started three weeks ago. But Congress isn't anywhere close to finishing the necessary work of funding federal agencies for the 2022. The bills from Senate Democrats would increase civilian spending by 13% and defense spending by another 5%. The Senate drafts …
 
It's money they want - cyber criminals and fraudsters of all types. To get a better handle on the latest risks and mitigation strategies, the Association of Government Accountants and consultants Guidehouse surveyed AGA members. With highlights of what they discovered, the Guidehouse partner for public sector financial services, Caitlin McGurn, spo…
 
When it comes to federally funded research, the grantees can have conflicts of interest that are non-financial. Like employment by another institution, or worse, some tie to a foreign government that may try to influence research outcomes. After looking at policies for agencies representing 90% of federal research and development grants, the Govern…
 
It didn't take long into the global COVID-19 pandemic before Chinese researchers posted the genetic sequence of the virus online. And it was only about two days later that two researchers at the National Institutes of Health designed the basic outlines of COVID vaccines. For their work, doctors Kizzmekia Corbett and Barney Graham are finalists in t…
 
Federal contractors only want two things at the moment. Besides contracts that is. One is for Congress, specifically the Senate, to get on with the National Defense Authorization law already. And two, for the administration to sort out an increasingly convoluted vaccine mandate. We get the lowdown from the president and CEO of the Professional Serv…
 
A new book says federal policy makes the nation's veterans sicker and poorer. Its author is not just anybody. Daniel Gade is a former Army lieutenant colonel, who lost a leg in combat, now an adjunct lecturer in public administration and policy at American University. He's the co-author and publisher of Wounding Warriors, How Bad Policy is Making V…
 
The Tomb of the Unknown Soldiers, actually there are three soldiers at rest there, is one of the most hallowed sites in the country. It's also one of the most popular visitor attractions at Arlington National Cemetery. Next month the cemetery will mark an important date. For details I caught up with the commander of the soldiers who guard the Tomb …
 
Research and engineering with the Defense Department is about to get a big push forward especially in sustainment of new systems. And troops are starting to feel the consequences if the don't get down with the vaccine mandate. It's all in this week's edition of the DOD Reporters Notebook with Federal News Network's Jared Serbu and Scott Maucione.…
 
21 years after the passage of the Clinger Cohen Act, agencies and auditors are still debating whether chief information officers should report to the agency secretaries or deputy secretaries.Even though Presidents have issued executive orders and OMB has issued policies, the question of the reporting structure has to come back to outcomes and not p…
 
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In this episode of the Profit Tool Belt podcast, host Dominic Rubino walks through the Construction Millionaire Self-assessment, an exercise he recently presented at an industry conference, that you can use to identify your goals and get clear about how to achieve them.על ידי Dominic Rubino and Profit Tool Belt
 
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