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Join Traci Scherck of Elevated Talent Consulting to discover how CEOs and HR Professionals can bridge the gap between the strategy and tactical implementation of Talent Optimization in their organizations. This is the key to achieving the most common goal of a more fulfilled workforce while increasing ROI for the company. Tune in weekly for new episodes featuring educational segments, chats with HR Professionals and CEOs on the strategies and implementation of Talent Optimization! You’ll fin ...
 
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When we have the right processes in place, our people should be able to thrive in their positions. If your staff—whether high level or not—are not exceeding in their positions, it's so important that we are able to diagnose that problem correctly. So, in this episode, I will be discussing high potential mentoring programs, specifically how we can i…
 
Have you ever started a job and thought to yourself how much easier it would have been if you had someone there showing you the ropes? Mentoring is an essential part of any successful business and is an exceptional way to retain quality staff. As the Director of Business & Workforce Development at CCI, Heather Dobson works with the leadership team …
 
There are many times in our lives when we become uncertain of where we should be headed, or perhaps we require a gentle push in the right direction. The same goes for our staff within our organizations. Having someone there to guide them when they are unsure, or to teach them the right way, is essential to the growth and success of our businesses. …
 
As we approach 2022, it is important to elevate ourselves, take some time to reflect, and celebrate all of the amazing things we did this year. This will allow us to finish the year off strong and will bring us momentum, intention, and focus into the New Year. In this episode, Laura Eigel, Founder of The Catch Group, will be sharing her best advice…
 
How are you and your team approaching debriefs and planning as we near the end of 2021? Debriefing (or reflection), as we have previously discussed, is an important tool to utilize when hoping to make positive changes within an organization. So, in this episode, Dr. Alicia Schatteman, Director at Center for Nonprofit and Associate Professor at Nort…
 
What type of reflection have you done over the last year? What project plans do you currently have in progress for the year ahead? Reflection gives us a chance to see where we can improve in our business—specifically what processes we need to put in place to ensure the success of our organization moving forward. So, in this episode, I am going to b…
 
Planning for the future may not always seem like the most exciting task, however, this is an essential step towards business (and personal) success. Through proper planning, you can ensure your business is on the right track to meet its goals and you are taking the necessary steps to make your dreams a reality. To help us discuss this topic today i…
 
Reflection is an essential part of any leadership role. It gives us an opportunity to pause and consider observations or experiences, reviewing the things we have learned and how far we have come. However, many leaders miss this important process. So, in this episode, I will be sharing the benefit of taking the time to reflect and how to implement …
 
Oftentimes, organizations forget to ensure their employees feel listened to and heard. This leads to disengaged staff who feel as if their voices don’t matter and that the work they do for the company is not appreciated. So how do we express our gratitude for our employees and make sure that we understand their wants and needs? Jen Zahari will be j…
 
There is so much involved in designing a culture within an organization where we show gratitude towards our staff day in and day out. One of the ways we can do that is through our policies and our benefit plans. Here to help us dive deep on the topic of gratitude is Rachel Leader, an employee benefits consultant at Johnson Financial Group. She work…
 
We’re in a period of time where people are feeling more alone, possibly experiencing withdrawals from the lives and in-person connections they were once accustomed to. If we don’t take the time required to replenish our needs and the needs of our employees, how can our organization thrive and grow? In this episode, Quint Studer will be joining the …
 
The practice of gratitude and appreciation has started to infiltrate workplaces—and rightly so! While it might feel awkward to express gratitude to your colleagues or employees, building a culture of gratitude can impact business outcomes and lead to deeper connections with each other and to the work we’re doing. So, in this episode, I will be shar…
 
Talent management is so important for the growth of your company, and when we’re talking about recruitment and retention, we need to think strategically and long term. So how can we create a more inclusive and diverse culture within our organization so that employees feel they are not only contributing, but also valued? To help us discuss this topi…
 
Despite the many differences in execution and strategy, a lot of organizational problems can be traced back to a few of the same things. Fortunately, there’s a simple place where you can begin to help alleviate many of the major organizational problems at once: improving your leadership’s mental health. So, in this episode, we are going to be talki…
 
Oftentimes, businesses are able to locate a problem, but are unsure of where to begin when it comes to solving it. Instead of attacking the issue head-on, they wait for the issue to worsen. However, through good management and appropriate solutions, it is possible to hold your team and leadership accountable so that these problems are handled and p…
 
Brianna Goodwin is the President & CEO of Ver-Tex Construction, a specialty window treatment company that has been revolutionizing the industry since its inception more than 30 years ago. Throughout her career, Brianna has advocated for gender equality in the workplace, frequently being cited as an influential voice in the fight for women’s leaders…
 
Employee engagement is the extent to which employees feel passionate about their jobs, are committed to their organization, and are willing to go the extra mile within their positions. But how do we ensure individuals are engaged? In this episode, I will be diving into this topic, focusing on how engagement impacts performance and how to identify w…
 
Farmers are in the business of management—they manage the growth and performance of living things. However, they do things fundamentally differently because they know that their crops will grow to their fullest potential as long as they provide an environment in which they can thrive. That is the model we need in business management. So, in this ep…
 
Performance management should be about having regular, open and honest conversations. It is an opportunity to learn how someone is doing, assess how they might progress to the next level in the organization and figure out how to improve a specific skillset in order to meet goals. In other words, it doesn’t have to be negative. To help us discuss th…
 
Leaders who struggle to hold their employees accountable and improve performance in their organization are generally too harsh, too lenient, or too disconnected. So how do we ensure our leaders are not only holding their staff accountable, but also themselves in this constantly changing, distraction-filled world? To help us answer this question tod…
 
Leaders within our organizations have the responsibility to hold their employees accountable for their own success. However, it is still up to the employees to decide whether they want to be successful or not. So, how do we motivate our employees to do outstanding work and meet their goals every time? In this episode, I am going to be sharing how t…
 
For organizations wanting to become more productive or successful, culture change is often the most challenging part of the transformation. A leader with authority can demand compliance, but they can’t dictate optimism, trust, or creativity—this must be earned. So how do we create great company culture within our organizations? Here to help us unpa…
 
We know that leadership is a process in which an individual influences the behavior and attitudes of other people. Unfortunately, not all influence is positive. So, is there a way to ensure the leaders within our organization are setting up our employees with the right tools to succeed? In this episode, Kelly Renz, CEO of inVantage, joins the show …
 
To grow a business, there’s no way around delegation. If you hold all of the responsibility in your own hands, you can’t scale at a desired rate. In order to grow your business and see the success you are working towards, you need to help your employees play on their strengths and take some responsibility. No one knows this topic better than Mike Z…
 
What is a self-managing team? Where are they effective? And where are they not? These are all questions I’ll be exploring in this episode because, to be frank, self-managing teams are phenomenal in the right organization or team—but they don’t work for everyone. However, if you want team leaders to be able to focus on the ‘why’ and specific results…
 
What does talent development truly mean for the managers inside of our organizations? And who has the power to change the direction and success of our business? Here to help us answer these questions is Dr. Mandolen Mull, an Organizational Development and Leadership scholar currently working at Rockford University. In this episode, she will be shar…
 
Have you ever looked around your own organization and wondered why some teams work so well together while others seem to struggle with every step? Poor team performance is almost always due to a lack of honest communication, commitment, reliability, or respect. So, in this episode, Tina Hallis joins the show to discuss how to successfully build a d…
 
When we create self-managing teams, there are generally three key points to consider: purpose, process, and people. But how do we implement this into our organization to ensure the success of our team? Our guest today will be helping to break down the answer to this question and more. Assad Mirza, president of Infinity Operational Excellence, is a …
 
What defines a dream team and what are the steps to creating one within your organization? Our guest for this episode is Jeanine Woyner, the Vice President of Human Resources for Blackhawk Bank. Today she is joining the show to discuss her journey in using Predictive Index, specifically how she has gone through some of the trials and tribulations o…
 
Building a dream team of engaged and hardworking employees who can propel a business forward requires organizations to create a welcoming culture that fosters trust and cooperation. So, today we are going to be talking about what it looks like to create that dream team within your organization, what the benefits are for the employees to be on a dre…
 
Employees usually feel more engaged when they believe that their employer is concerned about their growth and provides avenues to reach individual career goals while remaining true to the company’s goals. The most traditional method to implement this is by creating clear talent pathways within your organization. To help us discuss the best way to d…
 
As we look at our organizations from the executive level, it’s important to evaluate whether people are in the right seat or the right role. Specifically, it is important to be looking at your talent and whether they are in the right position for where the company is going to go. To help us break down this topic today is Amy Stalker, Sr. Director o…
 
Have you ever been left wondering about your path through an organization? Hopefully, this episode will make certain your employees never feel that way. Today we are speaking with Derrick Carter, Hendricks CareerTek Director, about how you can create meaningful talent pathways within your organization and ensure your staff actually recognize that t…
 
How can you climb the ladder within your organization, and what exactly does it take to work your way into the dream position that you want? So often our team members are left wondering which direction they are heading within our business, and this generally comes down to a lack of communication. In this episode, I will be sharing how to create a t…
 
Great communication gets the message out and connects the dots for your employees. Leaders have to be great communicators to inspire and motivate those they lead to ensure the best results possible. To help us dive into this topic further is Matthew Kovnesky, Employee Health and Benefits Consultant for Marsh & McLennan. In this episode, he will exp…
 
It’s so important to have good management so in this episode we’ll be talking about our managers and how they lead by being authentic. Christy Metcalf has been a leader in training and development for various organizations for over 20 years. She has recently been working one-on-one with business owners on how to lead their teams and grow them to pr…
 
The most important part of any type of relationship, but especially work relationships, is the ability to communicate. Amy Stalker is an HR professional and head of Total Rewards who has incredible insight into the best strategies for successful communication and relationship building between all levels of an organization. You can find show notes a…
 
Most of us can agree that poor communication or a lack of teamwork among team members is the main cause of many workplace failures. If your team is unaligned with the brand strategy and unable to communicate what the goal of the organization is, that will add more confusion and inadequacy in the company. So, how can you effectively communicate with…
 
If you want your team to perform well and consistently reach their goals, you must have a manager who excels at leading. Today we are talking with an expert on the topic of great leadership, Erich Kurschat, owner of Harmony Insights LLC. In this episode, Erich shares his advice on how to strengthen professional and personal relationships so we can …
 
Have you ever had a leader in your organization who was doing such an amazing job at inspiring your team members that you wished you could clone them? That is exactly what we will be talking about today with our special guest Joy Duce, a business executive with 20 years of experience helping organizations enable their strategic business objectives …
 
Today I want to inspire you to be creative about how you lead your team, including those new members of your leadership team. It can become overwhelming when you are trying to check off every single box by yourself, but what you may not realize is that things will run much smoother if you work with your team. So in this episode, I will be discussin…
 
Mark Vincent is the founder of Design Group International, which includes a growing community of consultants who serve a variety of organizations to help leaders elevate to their highest possible level. He is also the founder of the Society of Process Consulting, offering education, credentialing, and a framework of professional ethics for process …
 
Orientation is a big topic for new hires and managers alike because a good orientation process really does set new hires up for success. Tess Heissner is a Human Resources Generalist at Baker Manufacturing based out of Wisconsin, and she joins me today to talk about the importance of a good orientation process. Listen in as Tess discusses some of t…
 
We know that onboarding is an important step during the hiring process—and something that requires a lot of planning and strategy. So how do we onboard individuals based on the size of the organization, the type of the organization, and the type of position that we are looking to fill? Here to answer this question and help us discuss this topic in …
 
Many of us have experienced the thrill of being part of an amazing team, but unfortunately, we have also likely experienced a less-than-positive onboarding process. To help us continue our conversation about onboarding today is Kristen Robertson from The Predictive Index. In this episode, we discuss what pre-boarding is and how to set your new hire…
 
Today we are going to continue our conversation about onboarding and orientation, this time with the help of Nicole Smithback, a Certified Patient Experience Professional and healthcare administrator with a passion for the patient experience. In this episode, we will be discussing how to create a shift in your employees’ perspectives so they are mo…
 
Onboarding really is that magic moment when an employee decides to become engaged—or remain disengaged—inside of an organization. If your organization is spending the time and the resources to hire an individual, you probably have a very specific need and a clear idea of what that is. Unfortunately, we often forget to create a great first connectio…
 
When considering taking on a new hire, finding the right fit for your organization can be scary and time-consuming. So today Becca Peterson, Sales Executive for QPS Employment Group, joins the show to discuss the right way to go about searching for new talent and how to utilize your network so that you know you are bringing in people who will fit i…
 
The way you hire has a big impact on your organization's results. Effective recruitment will enhance your company’s reputation (and culture), and it will ensure that the very best talent is identified, engaged, and brought into the business. Here to help us discuss this topic is Candy Underwood, HR Leader for QPS Employment Group. In this episode, …
 
Today we will be diving deep into the topic of hiring for your organization with the best in the business, Ryan Festerling. Ryan is the President at QPS Employment Group, where he blends vision and strategy with a passion for creating high performing teams and strives to leave businesses better off than he found them. In this episode, we will be di…
 
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