People Strategy Forum

People Strategy Forum

Every great leader inspires, motivates and rewards their people for performance. Welcome to the People Strategy Forum podcast, a show that guides leaders to elevate the workforce. People are at the heart of successful organizations. Team members’ well-being and career development are essential. This show discusses practical and effective leadership strategies for top executives, senior professionals, and talent managers. Aligning employer and employee objectives is a must. Every team member needs to feel fulfilled and satisfied in order to be fully productive and accountable. This show helps leaders create an engaged workforce that is happily accomplishing daily responsibilities and committed to the organization’s future success. Episodes focus on innovative and integrated talent management tools, including employee recognition, compensation, and development, as well as strategies for building a healthy workplace culture and improving the workforce experience. On a deeper level, the podcast centers around attracting, growing and retaining top talent. It addresses employee motivation, communication, performance, productivity and the genuine human connections that are essential for every successful organization. Each team member brings their own unique strengths, talents, interests, and passions. By touching on these personal areas, leaders create an environment where employees perform at their best. Sam Reeve, Char Miller, and Sumit Singla host the podcast. Sam has 20-years of diverse compensation experience at leading firms. His time at Barclays, BlackRock, and Automatic Data Processing (ADP) allowed him to see companies evolve from the startup phase to rapidly growing to mature organizations Char works closely with C-suite-level executive teams and advises organizations such as Vail Resorts, Banner, and Kaiser Permanente. She helps businesses determine performance goals and organizational objectives while constructing roadmaps for appropriate workplace cultures. Sumit has over 15 years of talent management practice across different sectors. His expertise in organizational framework, design thinking, performance management, and business storytelling is unparalleled. He is a favorite speaker at talent management conferences and events across the country. With these three forward-thinking, passionate people professionals at the helm of the podcast, talent-centric organizations can find relevant and helpful advice. Special guest co-host thought-leaders impart essential tips for making every workplace inspiring and rewarding. Beyond theoretical ideas, these experts share experiences as business leaders that shed light on overcoming challenges and celebrating wins. Even with generous budgets and advanced tools, having the right team in place is crucial to achieving goals and succeeding. By putting effective programs in place, leaders can expect deeper connections that result in healthy working relationships that spell success across the organization. Join Sam Reeve, Char Miller, and Sumit Singla on the People Strategy Forum podcast and learn the keys to elevating the workforce.

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January 14, 2022 107 min

The true asset of an organization is talent. To succeed, nailing talent management is essential. Sam Reeve's guests in this episode are:

 

●   André Blom, the CEO of TMA International

●   Jorge Martínez, the CEO of Arancione

●   Maria del Pilar Martinez, the Co-Owner of Arancione

●   Peter Tuybens, the Senior Coach at TICkA, Tick Your Talent 

●   Andreas Fritsch, a Managing Director and Partner of Fritsch Consulting. 

 

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After 2020, everyone has gotten used to the flexibility of their work-life balance. So now that people are going back to their offices, they want a great workplace where they can just be their very best and stay motivated. In this episode, Sumit Singla and Sam Reeve talk about creating the right workplace environment. They share their thoughts on what motivates people to work, whether it's the vision, personal value, or both. L...

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The pandemic forced all of us to adapt to a work environment that we never imagined—working remotely. How do leaders effectively adapt to such a change and still manage a high-performing team? Today, we will be turning over the mic to one of our panelists Char Miller to speak with some of her team members at Rocky Mountain Health Advocates. Joining her are Director Susan Venters and Executive Assistant Melissa Taylor. They discuss ...

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What are you doing in your business that’s keeping it sailing smoothly? Do you have core values that could drive change and elevate your leadership for success? Restore confidence and be the best leader you can be. If you’re looking for ways to provide more value in your organization, then you have to listen to Lisa Jackson, the President of Corporate Culture Pros. In this episode, she shares valuable insights on how you could brin...

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Be a shaper. Be someone who has the ability to craft their own career. Don't just be stuck in doing one thing. Find your purpose, wear many hats, and enjoy your job. If you want to be an influencer or a coach on the side, go for it! Find your meaning with your hosts Sam Reeve, Char Miller, and Sumit Singla, and their guest Jonas Altman. Jonas is a coach, author, speaker, and is the founder of Social Fabric. Join in today's ...

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How do you increase employee performance? By using career architecture. Sam Reeve’s guest today is Wendy Graham Settle, a Dynamic Learning and Development Professional with a passion for Marketing Communications. Wendy talks with Sam about how you need to create a vision of how your new talent can contribute to your company. The only way to do that is to look at your organizational structure to determine what positions you need to ...

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The success or failure of a business often hinges on whether or not you choose and hire good people. You need to have a process in place that lets you identify these people and get them hired. In this episode, Sam Reeve, Char Miller and Jules talk to the founder of A-List Interviews and creator of the Response Analysis System, Beth Smith. Beth talks about the process of identifying the right people and how to get these people on bo...

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Networking might sound like a dirty word for many of us. It sounds transactional, salesy, even sleazy, but it isn’t. Professional networking is a vital skill if you want to keep business relationships whole and viable. So what does it look like? Sam, Jules and Char discuss this with career transition coach, Greg Roche. Greg talks about losing his job and starting from scratch, and how he rebuilt his career using his professional ne...

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No one can remain in a business position forever, as they will eventually look for other opportunities or finally retire. Despite this inevitable truth, most companies and organizations still don't give much attention to the succession plans they are implementing. Sumit Singla leads the conversation about making this process more about individual skills and workplace cultures to secure business continuity and pursue actual prof...

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In order to maximize performance in the workplace, people need to thrive in it first. They can't thrive if there is no diversity and inclusion in the workplace. Diversity in the workplace doesn't only mean race. It can mean gender, sexuality, or anything that is a non-dominant social identity. Learn how to diversify your workplace as a leader with your hosts Sam Reeve, Char Miller, and Sumit Singla. Join them as they talk t...

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When you get hired for a new position, first impressions matter. This is why the onboarding process is so important to any business. You want to make that person feel like they made the right decision to choose your company. Wendy Graham is here to talk more about onboarding, whether it be in-person or virtual. Wendy is a dynamic learning and development professional with a passion for marketing. She helps small and large companies...

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The post-pandemic world demands a new normal and a new way of talent management. With the massive changes in how we do business unfolding, we need decisive leadership to pave the way for our employees. In this episode, Char Miller and Sam Reeve discuss the rapid changes the new normal is bringing to the world of business and talent management. We learn about the TMA method and how this will revolutionize talent management and HR pr...

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