During our client conversations, we heard common issues related to human capital for entrepreneurial companies.
- Engaging a diverse workforce
- Hiring the right people
We’ve assembled interviews with a number of company owners who will share their experiences in each of these areas, and provide useful feedback on using each of these topics to your company’s advantage.
Even though you’re “the boss”, the most successful company managers have learned to listen, coach and collaborate more with their people. It’s a hard-learned lesson for some entrepreneurs who have grown in a more “command and control” environment. In this video, you’ll hear a bowling analogy about management from Pioneer Bank CEO Ron Coben; and Briggs & Veselka Shareholder Adam Dimmick shares a story of how one client admitted his weaknesses, hired to augment them, and experienced dynamic growth. All because of humility and humanity.
With unemployment near historical lows, it’s become a job-seekers’ market. In this brief video segment, Sue Burnett, Founder and President of staffing firm Burnett Specialists; Danielle Allen, Senior Vice President Marketing and Communications, Flotek Industries, Inc.; and Briggs & Veselka Shareholder Adam Dimmick share their observations and insights about how successful companies hire and inspire talent in today’s job market.
Every company is the extension of the personality and mores of its founder or management. But how does the successful entrepreneurial company not only codify its culture into Mission, Vision and Values, but foster those values in the way it behaves? With an increasing importance placed on corporate culture, we interviewed Sue Burnett, Founder and President of staffing firm Burnett Specialists, Danielle Allen, Senior Vice President Marketing and Communications, Flotek Industries, Inc.; and IntrapriseTechKnowlogies’ Donny Shimamoto on the shift that growing companies must make to remain an engaging place to work for an often itinerant work force.
There are now at least four generations of employees in today’s workforce, and while there’s been a lot of commentary about the impact of the millennials, the management of most companies at least understands the differences and is now attempting to orchestrate the varied skills and points of view of all the generations to create market success. In this brief video, Sue Burnett, Founder and President of staffing firm Burnett Specialists; Ron Coben, CEO of Pioneer Bank; and Adam Dimmick, Partner at Briggs & Veselka share stories about levering the differences of their employees into a competitive advantage. work force.
With employees having more career options than ever, many companies begin to ask the question “what is my employee value proposition?” In this video, you will hear two expert perspectives on how to make your company a competitive option for employees in a tight labor market.
Today’s employee market is extremely competitive. Engaging your employees’ values and passions is critical to having your employees ‘buy-in’ to what the company is doing and trying to accomplish.
Engaged employees are the most effective. But how can you tap into each employee’s potential in one cohesive movement?