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Leadership Interviews

Jacob Morgan - The Employee Experience Advantage


How to Win the War for Talent by Giving Employees the Workspaces They Want, The Tools They Need, and A Culture They Can Celebrate

Published on April 25 2017
Jacob Morgan is a three time best-selling author, keynote speaker, and futurist., TotalPicture interviewJacob Morgan

Jacob Morgan is a three time best-selling author, keynote speaker, and futurist.

His latest book is The Employee Experience Advantage: How to Win the War for Talent by Giving Employees the Workspaces they Want, the Tools they Need, and a Culture They Can Celebrate, based on an analysis of over 250 global organizations.

Jacob's work is endorsed by the CEOs of: Cisco, T-Mobile, Best Buy, SAP, Nestle, KPMG, Schneider Electric, and many others. Welcome to a Leadership Channel Podcast on TotalPicture, I'm your host, Peter Clayton.

I met Jacob recently in New York at a CrossKnowledge event called Welcome to the Future of the Amazing Workspace, where Jacob was the keynote speaker. CrossKnowledge, which is owned by Wiley, is one of the new breed of customized digital learning solutions, partnering with organizations to help drive business outcomes by educating and engaging their employees.

Backed by an extensive research project that looked at over 150 studies and articles, featured extensive interviews with over 150 executives, and analyzed over 250 global organizations, Jacob's book clearly breaks down the three environments that make up every single employee experience at every organization around the world (culture, technology, and physical space), how to design for them, and what the tangible ROI is. Filled with case studies, examples, and frameworks, The Employee Experience Advantage guides readers on a journey of creating a place where people actually want to show up to work.


Retellable. Interview with Jay Golden


How Your Essential Stories Unlock Power and Purpose

Published on April 08 2017
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"The ability to find, shape, and share your own most essential stories -- told one-to-one or one to many -- is one of your greatest assets as a leader." Jay Golden

"As a recruiter you are more than just a 'closer.' You have to create connection, deeply understand your candidates, and draw them along on an inspiring journey. And you represent the core culture of your company in a way that no one else quite can. As such, a well-honed collection of stories will be a critical resource for your success."

Jay Golden is an author, entrepreneur, and storytelling coach. Since founding Wakingstar (now Retellable) in 2009, Jay has crafted stories, led trainings, and coached leaders for clients such as Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube, the Rainforest Action Network, and Esalen Institute.

Not only is his company called Retellable he has written a book called Retellable, How Your Essential Stories Unlock Power and Purpose.

I met Jay through Jonathan Duarte the founder of GO Jobs and the GoBe bot, and Rob Kelly, CEO of Ongig. And of course, you'll find links to their stories on the sidebar.

According to Jay, "If you are shifting a paradigm, innovating as an entrepreneur, or guiding a team, you can benefit from a treasury of essential stories that you love to tell-and can adapt for different audiences and for different purposes. The key is to have a stash of core, Retellable stories."

Welcome to a Leadership Channel podcast on TotalPicture Radio, I'm your host, Peter Clayton, and joining me today is Jay Golden. In retrospect, I'm not sure if this was an interview or a therapy session. You decide.

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Leadership Interview -Joe Apfelbaum, CEO Ajax Union


How to Grow from Average Joe to CEO

Published on February 16 2017
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Joe Apfelbaum is the CEO and co-founder of Ajax Union, a digital marketing agency based in Brooklyn, New York. He is a public speaker, certified Google Trainer, and published business author. Joe enjoys speaking and writing about a broad range of business topics in his seminars, webinars and articles. He is the host of the popular podcast CEO Mojo and is the producer of GrowTime.tv.

Joe is a member of the Board of Directors of the Entrepreneurs Organization in Brooklyn, a group with over 11,000 CEO's and a contributing member of the INC Business Owners Council, a community of the fastest growing companies in the United States.

Hello and welcome to a Leadership Channel podcast on TotalPicture Radio. I'm your host, Peter Clayton, on location today in Brooklyn, visiting with Joe Apfelbaum the CEO of Ajax Union. One of the fastest growing businesses in the U.S. until it wasn't. On purpose.

Ajax Union provides companies with expert Lead Generation, Ecommerce, and Digital Awareness Campaigns. Last year, he cut his company from three offices and over 1,000 clients, to ONE office and 30 clients. Have a listen to this podcast and you'll find out why.


Actionable Conversations - Jean Brown, Communications Consultant


If your company thinks annual performance reviews and occasional offsites will retain your top performing millennials, think again.

Published on February 14 2017
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I first met Jean Brown, communications expert, partner with New York City based MacKenzie Brown, LLC almost seven years ago. She contributed to George Bradt's book, Onboarding. (See the sidebar for a link to that podcast). Jean coaches senior executives, managers, and partners of many Fortune 500 companies and law firms.

Welcome to a Learning & Development Leadership Channel Podcast on TotalPicture Radio. I'm your host, Peter Clayton.

We all know that millennials want more: More development, more training, more feedback and honest communication from their companies. And more personal guidance from their managers. The annual review and occasional offsite won't cut it. Not with top performers. Not with those employees you really need to engage - and keep. That's what we're going to address today.


Eva Ho - Early Stage VC - Overcoming Adversity


"It wasn't until my early thirties that I realized I could stop trying to survive, that I could actually live"

Published on February 09 2017
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Last month I interviewed Jason Nazar (co-founder of Comparably), and learned about his Co-entrepreneur in Residence for the City of Los Angeles, Eva Ho. Once I learned more about Eva, I reached out and asked her to speak with me here on TotalPicture Radio, and was thrilled when she accepted!

Eva Ho has an amazing story. She was born in China, spent part of her youth in Mozambique, and moved with her family to a housing project in Boston when she was only seven. By eleven, she was keeping the books for her family's restaurant.

Today, she is Board Member California Community Foundation, Board Member Ocean Conservancy, Angel Investor, board member and mentor with many non-profit organizations.

Eva graduated from Harvard University, has an MBA from Cornell University, has worked as Senior Product Marketing Manager at Google, and VP Marketing & Operations at Factual.

Currently, Eva is working on launching a new $40M seed fund to be announced soon. Prior, she was a founding General Partner at Susa Ventures, an early stage technology fund investing in entrepreneurs building products, technologies and tools that create, capture, distribute and leverage proprietary and unique data.

Welcome to a Leadership Channel podcast on TotalPicture Radio. I'm your host Peter Clayton. I'm joined by my special guest, Eva Ho.


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