Recent Interviews: Human Resources - Leadership
How much of your time is focused on sustainability of your business? Steve Martin joins Jim Blasingame to talk about the importance of business sustainability thinking by the CEO of a small business.
Perhaps more than management, profitability is a CEO task. Steve Martin joins Jim Blasingame to explain why the long-term profitability of a small business is a role for the company's CEO, not the managers.
How do you think about acquiring success? Bill Treasurer joins Jim Blasingame to talk about the power of leaders opening success doors for their people and aggregating the success of the team.
How do you think about your leadership role? Bill Treasurer joins Jim Blasingame to talk about the power of opportunity thinking, which includes leading people first, instead of leading the project with the people as just a resource.
How much evaluation can your leadership ability stand? Bill Treasurer joins Jim Blasingame to offer suggestions on different ways to evaluate your leadership style and results.
How much mentoring goes on in your company? Chip Bell joins Jim Blasingame to reveal how promoting mentoring in your organization can create many benefits, including increased engagement, more innovation and higher productivity.
How many different generations work in your company? Chip Bell joins Jim Blasingame to talk about the challenges and benefits of promoting mentoring in today's workplace with so many different generations that are so different from each other.
Are you ready for a single payer health care system? Avik Roy joins Jim Blasingame to talk about what our attitude will be about Obamacare after it is fully instituted in 2014.
Small businesses are still not hiring. Bill Dunkelberg joins Jim Blasingame with this month's NFIB Index showing over half of small businesses are not hiring, and three fourths of those who are hiring can't find qualified prospects.
Have you applied the Pareto Principle to your operating processes? Mary Cantando joins Jim Blasingame to reveal what you can learn by applying the Pareto Principle (80-20 Rule) to find strengths and weaknesses in your operation.