Small Wins with Peter Kendall

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In this week’s podcast episode, I am joined by Peter Kendall. He is the Director and Founder of Expanse Builders and We Hang Doors. He is one of The Site Shed’s avid podcast listeners. Peter shares his business journey and how he has brought it to where it is today. He also talks about how he is utilising Facebook to gather leads and bring in new customers. His story is indeed inspirational and encourages business owners that growing one’s business is not an impossible feat.

What the Successful Companies Do to Retain Their Employees

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In this third and final episode of this ‘Creating an Amazing Employee experience’ I talk with Erica and Stephen of Power Selling Pros. We delve into practices that successful companies implement to retain their employees. We also discuss why a company culture that is designed with intention is important for your company and the people who work for you and many more.

What’s Your Purpose?

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In today’s podcast episode, Erica and Stephen of Power Selling Pros join me once again for Part 2 of the series ‘Creating an Amazing Employee Experience’. We talk about how most companies lack a mission statement and what it does. We also discuss why it’s not wise to copy and paste purpose statements of other companies. We also tackle practical ways for companies to start crafting purpose statements that align with who they are.

Why Your Employee Experience Probably Sucks

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In the first episode of the three-part series called “Creating an Amazing Employee Experience”, I welcome Stephen Dale and Erica Leonor, professional trainers at Power Selling Pros. Stephen, Erica, and I discuss why paying attention and conversing with employees impacts the business, the values of having a savings account, and the difference between paying people and appreciating their efforts. We also highlight why leadership plays a crucial role in molding the roadmap to success.

Why Hiring for Skills is Killing Your Business

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In this third and last episode of the Creative Recruiting series, Ryan and I will conclude this informative conversation with recruitment key points and takeaways. We will talk about why you should hire people with the right attitude, why your company’s core values and the applicant’s personal values need to be aligned, and why a bad hire is costly.

Creating a Recruiting Engine

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In this second episode of the Creative Recruiting series, Ryan and I will discuss the little ecosystem he has created which has greatly impacted many businesses, particularly in their recruitment process. We will also talk about how employees impact your profit, the importance of the employee perspective in your business, and why core values dictate the direction of your company.

The Recruitment Attraction Model

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In this first episode of a three-part series called Creative Recruiting, I will be joined by Ryan Englin, the CEO of Core Matters. Ryan and I will be discussing how attracting the right people to join your team creates a difference.

Why You Should Not Talk About Work at Work

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In this last episode of the Ownership Thinking series, Jeremy and I will be discussing the things you should and shouldn’t be talking about at work, the benefits of having a system or process, and the importance of assigning work tasks to others.

Why Sports Teams Hit Their Goals Out of the Park, Yet Tradies and Contractors Struggle

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In today’s episode, Jeremy Macliver and I delve into where the difference lies, and what can be done about it .We also talk about Jeremy’s professional experience and what his business offers to entrepreneurs, specifically tradies. Then, we tackle and point-out the similarities of a sports and business team and how each element builds upon the other towards success. Jeremy also points out how critical it is to define your measure of success.