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In this session of the Great Work Insights Podcast, Todd Nordstrom speaks with Adam Goodman, CEO of Goodmans Interior Structures, which supplies office furniture.
Todd Nordstrom speaks with Nely Galán, Emmy winning producer of over 600 episodes of TV, in both spanish and english. In addition, Galán has had stints in print journalism and as an on-air correspondent with CBS and E! Entertainment. She also became the first Latina president of a television network in the U.S. with Telemundo.
Todd Nordstrom speaks with Chuck Sanson, The Run Guy at Pearl Izumi. The 50+ year-old international company has been distributed in the U.S. since 1981, producing high-end running and cycling apparel and footwear.
Todd Nordstrom speaks with Stephen Moulton, author of “The CEO’s Advantage–7 Keys for Hiring Extraordinary Leaders” and the President and Chief Insight Officer of Action Insight. Specifically, Moulton helps Healthcare and other client managers hire for fit.
How to Build Business Culture
Todd Nordstrom speaks with Garry Ridge, president and chief executive officer of WD-40, the penetrating oil and water-displacing spray. Ridge, a native of Australia has served as national vice president of the Australian Marketing Institute and the Australian Automotive Aftermarket Association.
Todd Nordstrom speaks with Geoff Smith, regional business development manager for VanderHouwen & Associates in Portland. Smith’s background includes recruiting, staff management and account development. Recently VanderHouwen & Associates, a local staffing company, was named as one of O.C. Tanner’s Coolest Companies to Work For.
Todd Nordstrom speaks with Bill Blackstone, the Director of Austin Site Operations at Rackspace. Previously, Blackstone worked as an account manager for Primetime Omnimedia in New York City. Recently, Rackspace was named as one of the “Coolest Companies to Work For” in Austin, by O.C. Tanner.
The Job Interview: What Companies Can Do To Achieve Better Results
Todd Nordstrom speaks with Chip Luman, Chief Operating Officer and founder of HireVue, a digital interviewing company. Previously, Luman served as Senior Vice President of HR Shared Services and Total Rewards at Charles Schwab and Co and HR positions at Marathon Oil and Pepsi Cola
In this session of the Great Work Insights Podcast, Todd Nordstrom speaks with Roddy Chong, a violinist and speaker known for his “high-energy performances.” Chong has toured with Shania Twain and Celine Dion, at the same time, as well as Trans-Siberian Orchestra and Kevin Costner & Modern West. While not performing, Chong speaks to organizations, teams and audiences around the world in enhancing performance at work.
In this session of the Great Work Insights Podcast, Todd Nordstrom speaks with Sarah Petty, the owner and founder of The Joy of Marketing, a company focused on helping smaller companies with marketing and marketing education, and Sarah Petty Photography. Petty is also the co-author of the New York Times Best Seller, “Worth Every Penny” with Erin Verbeck. Previously, Petty worked at Coca-Cola Enterprises as a marketer.
In this session of the Great Work Insights Podcast, Todd Nordstrom speaks with Catherine Carr, an HR and finance manager for Doctors Without Borders. Previously, Carr has worked as a HR and finance manager for PB&J Family Services, Inc., human resources coordinator for Z-CoiL Footwear and an administrator for Chevron.
In this session of the Great Work Insights Podcast, Todd Nordstrom speaks with Steven Gaffney, president of Steven Gaffney Company, an organization that deals with management consulting. Gaffney is the author of five books, including “Just Be Honest” and “Guide to Increasing Communication Flow Up, Down, and Across Your Organization.” Gaffney’s clients included, but are not limited to: U.S. Navy, U.S. Marine Corps, Marriott, Citigroup and American Express.
In this session of Great Work Insights Podcast, Todd Nordstrom speaks with Tieman H. (Skipper) Dippel Jr, author of “The Language of Conscience Evolution” series, including the latest and sixth book, “The Wisdom of Generations: Using the Lessons of History to Create a Values-Based Future”.
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