In this week’s episode, Tracy Eames and Mike Vaggalis interview Clyde Brown, Vice President of Program Management at RTriad Enterprises, LLC. Clyde shares with Mike and Tracy more about RTriad’s work to build the field of cyber security while also supporting people as they look to join the growing field.
Through their KnowWon community and apprenticeship program, they are leading the way in expanding cyber security and delivering solutions for clients. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn more about how you can train your teams, build better customer relationships, and continue developing throughout your career.
In this week’s episode, Tracy and Mike discuss how leaders can use a current state analysis to understand where their business is today, where their teams may be experiencing friction points, and the value their customers, clients or members feel they are delivering. This information can help leadership understand how to improve the customer experience, empower their teams to deliver greater value.
As we all navigate a new level of change each day, current state analysis can help us ensure we are on track and positioned for maximum growth.
In this week’s episode, Tracy and Mike discuss how leaders can best support their teams as they navigate hybrid work or continue working from home. We discuss how to build feedback loops and help teams transition into a new phase of our work processes. For your team this may be coming back to the office, continuing to work from home, or a hybrid work model.
In this week’s episode, we had the pleasure of speaking with Catherine Hayes, DMD, SM, DMSc, CPCC, PCC. Catherine is the Author of “Everything Is Going to Be Okay!: From the Projects to Harvard to Freedom”. In addition to being an acclaimed author, Catherine is an Enneagram expert, and shared her insights on how the enneagram can help team members build self awareness and foster better communication across their teams.
In this week’s episode, Mike and Tracy speak about Bridging the Gap in OnBoarding. As leaders, we invest an incredible amount of time in hiring just the right people, but often skip the most important step: On-Boarding.
Whether welcoming a new member of the team to your company, or a new team member from within your organization, a well planned onboarding process makes an employee feel valued, welcome, and most importantly equips them to succeed in their role from day 1.
In this week’s episode, we had the pleasure of speaking with Geraud Staton, Executive Director of Helius. Geraud shares how Helius provides training and coaching for small businesses and necessity-driven entrepreneurs. They work closely with small business owners to help them earn and pay a fair living wage.
The program starts with a 10-week business training program that ends with participants having a business plan and a working, 1-year strategic plan. Then, Helius students move on to a full one-year coaching program where they meet monthly with in-house coaches as well as a bevy of subject matter experts from the community who are all working with one goal in mind: to ensure our clients can create the strongest business possible, earning a fair living wage for employees and business owners alike!
In this week’s episode, Mike and Tracy speak about Gaps in Leadership Training. We have exciting news that we will share, and will answer our listener questions.
In this week’s episode, we had the pleasure of speaking with Jeff Kaplan Director at Venture Asheville and Co-Founder and CEO of Just Kibbitz. We speak about start-ups, growing your team, and how learning about your customer is your best investment.