With over 30 years experience in both government and business, today’s guest has helped a myriad of clients navigate the murky waters of federal sales. Gene Moran is a fascinating individual having served in the US Navy in a commanding role of very large ships. While in the Navy, Gene became involved in administration, the political scene, and learned how the whole world of companies selling to government bodies worked. This eventually led to him leaving the Navy and becoming a lobbyist. This transition is an interesting one and his background offers a very unique perspective as he then shifted into setting up his own business helping organizations sell to the government.
Brandy McCarley, today’s guest, is passionate and energetic about what she does and in this episode, we discuss how hiring the right person can make all the difference. Brandy works with organizations to help them find the right people for the right jobs and overall making sure they have the right fit. But how does she do that? Her promise for organizations is a big one but through the use of a non-biased assessment of a person’s traits, she is able to eliminate bias and truly focus on finding the right people for a team.
Aoife O’Brien discusses what determines fit, specifically clear values and how we demonstrate those values as individuals and as a part of an organization. Covid has of course brought new challenges to workplace happiness, but with Aoife’s guidance, businesses and corporations can shift and maintain their focus on their people through education and meeting their needs. This not only boosts happiness but productivity, too. As Aoife says, “If you want to be happy at work, you’ve come to the right place.”
Jonathon Hensley is the CEO of Emerge Interactive, a digital product agency based out of Oregon with a very impressive list of clients, including AT&T, Wells Fargo, Starbucks, and Microsoft. Jonathon works with clients to transform business strategies, user needs and new technologies into valuable products and experiences. In this episode, he helps us understand what digital products are, why many digital endeavors fail, and the importance of following the process precisely. He is passionate about improving efficiency internally for his clients but also improving the customer experience externally.
Adam Lean set up the CFO project to utilize an executive to assist in finding more money. Since accountants and bookkeepers don’t provide projections and assessments, having a CFO is an essential financial success tool that every business needs to grow profit margins and revenue. When you hire the CFO project, you’ll receive a thorough five-step onboarding process, where your CFO will review your current revenue and assist you in creating goals for your business, including cash and profit projections, along with financial goals.
Having experienced severe burnout herself, today’s guest explains, “We need to be smarter about how we approach life and work in general and know when enough is enough. The new normal is to keep going no matter what.” What can be done to avoid burnout, disconnection, and loneliness especially in the workplace? Dr. Jenny Brockis joins us to discuss the fascinating science behind happiness and cultivating a good life.