This week, Chelsea hosted Lizzie Azzolino, talent consultant and coach at Until Now, for a discussion on career transitions. Lizzie is the Founder & Principal at Until Now, where she brings a design thinking approach to working with leaders to create talent and culture strategies for the modern workplace. Links to Learn More: www.untilnow.co
In this week’s episode, experienced HR leader and executive coach, Jennifer Peatman, joined Marlow CEO, Mary Fox, in discussing the importance of company culture and why the CEO and other c-suite executives need to play a key role in shaping company culture. Read more here: http://hub.getmarlow.com/podcast/company-culture-starts-with-the-ceo
In this week's episode, Matt Du Pont - the author of How to get first round interviews at tech companies - joined us to talk about they importance of informational interviews. Matt coaches job seekers in tech on how to be successful in getting the jobs they want - and informational interviews are a big part of this process. While we focus a lot on product managers in particular, this episode is valuable for anyone looking for a new position.
In Episode 16, Chelsea Seid and Chelsea Nelson, HR Manager at Columbus Pool Management sat down to discuss how one company used training and development initiatives to successfully develop a high-performance culture.
Your team's performance impacts your organization's bottom line. In episode 15, Chelsea is joined by Victoria Reichenberg of VLR consulting to discuss the Six Principles of Team Performance. During this episode, Chelsea and Victoria discussed the science behind team engagement, and the impact empowerment can have on individuals and teams.
Episode 14 is with Sandy Lucas, a Buying Manager at Massdrop. Sandy's responsible for four communities and oversees two direct reports. In Sandy's day-to-day, she moves from negotiating with vendors to communicating with community members, and then motivating her team internally. As a buyer, she truly wears multiple hats. In today's episode, Sandy and Mary Fox discuss taking the lead on your own career development. She talks about the importance of owning your own growth and taking...
Saydeah Howard, SVP of Talent and Services at IVP, sat down with Mary Fox to discuss best practices for continuing to develop a strong culture as you grow your organization and how to develop your executive skills. In this episode, Saydeah also talks about how she helps senior leaders find and recruit executives as they grow from medium sized organizations to companies that are ready to IPO.
As part of our New Hire Onboarding series, we sat down with Brittany Rolfe Hillard and Kristian Fennessy to discuss strategies for getting your new team members up to speed on their digital tools. ---- About Brittany Rolfe Hillard - With a passion for people, Brittany Rolfe Hillard has spent the past 7 years creating community around technology. Currently at WalkMe, Brittany strives to create connections between companies undergoing digital transformation, to share inspiration and motivation...
In Episode 9, Jennifer Farris joined us to discover how managers can level up in onboarding their new team members. Jenn explains why managers play a key role in new hire onboarding and she walks us through specific strategies for thoughtfully onboarding every individual into your organization. About Jennifer: Jennifer Farris is a seasoned Bay Area HR executive & consultant with over 10 years’ experience in HR management. She is the CEO and Co-Founder of the successful consulting firm...
In this Episode, we discuss the value of developing a personal leadership brand and the steps, strategy, and implementation of that brand. A personal leadership brand is a guiding principle for the type of leader you want to be. You will walk away with specific actions you can take to develop your brand and then live by that brand.
Cultivating and nurturing relationships with strong mentors should be a part of your career development strategy. Listen to our interview with Sarah Hatfield on strategies to identify, approach and maintain relationships with mentors throughout your career. Sarah is a managing director focused on training, executive search and human resources practices at the Tipping Point Group.
This week, Marlow Co-founder and COO, Chelsea Seid hosted Sarah Hatfield, the Managing Director of The Tipping Point Group, to discuss tips and tricks to get to know your team and manage them to success.
Becky and her business partner Greg launched SourceCode Communications in September of last year. We were thrilled to sit down with her just a few months into her new business. Becky walks us through the lessons she learned in her career, how she knew it was time to launch a business, and how she prepared for her entrepreneurial leap of faith.