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In this business podcast that is all about people, Vinay Kumar, a Leadership Coach, Certified Professional Facilitator, OD Consultant, Podcaster, Global Nomad, Wildlife Stalker and Records Collector, interviews leaders, thinkers, strategists, and doers to reveal actionable insights, first-hand experiences, smart strategies, brilliant tips and lesser-known best practices on a range of subjects in business leadership and people management, from innovation, DEI, facilitation, technology, future of the workforce and sustainability to evolution of leadership, storytelling, negotiation, digital learning, mental wellbeing, the art of staying positive and even water wars! Plus each episode features curated recommendations from Vinay and his guest for your own RWL (Read Watch Listen) list to keep you shinier and happier!
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He helps individuals, entrepreneurs and teams see what they truly want, be the person they need to become to achieve it and create the action plan to get there – and he does so with a generous blend of positivity, experience and humor! Meet Steve Gamlin, speaker, humorist, author, vision boarder, radio show host, stand-up comedian and The Motivational Firewood™ Guy, who blends back-to-basics positivity, visualization and humor into all that he does. Vinay finds out more.  [03:16s] “Learned new ways”: Notes from the pandemic life[04:43s] From radio to stand-up comedy to The Motivational Firewood™ Guy   [13:16s] ‘Attitude, Action, Traction’ [15:16s] Vision boarding, working with leaders and teams [29:13s] Steve’s best practices to help you get into positive action   [33:35s] RWL: Steve’s and Vinay’s recommendations for you to READ ‘20 to Life (In a Good Way!)’ and Oh Yeah! (Another Quote Book) by Steve Gamlin Visit Steve’s blog for more insights and resources: https://www.motivationalfirewood.com/blog  Follow Steve on LinkedIn, Twitter, InstagramConnect with Vinay on Twitter, LinkedIn or email him at vinay@c2cod.com What did you think about this episode? What would you like to hear more about? Or simply, write in and say hello! podcast@c2cod.comSubscribe to us on your favorite platforms – Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Overcast, Tune In Alexa, Amazon Music, Pandora, TuneIn + Alexa, Stitcher, Castro, Jio Saavn and more.  This podcast is sponsored by C2C-OD, your Organizational Development consulting partner ‘Bringing People and Strategy Together’. Follow @c2cod on Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, Facebook
This week, we peer inside the beautiful mind of Cat Janisko, on-camera coach and the woman behind ‘The Confidence CEO’ which helps CEOs and business owners ‘manifest their dream life with soul-aligned marketing strategies’. A former beauty queen (titleholder in the Miss America program) and TV news anchor and presenter, Cat's journey speaking in front of national crowds started at the age 14! Cat has sold over $300 million worth of products on QVC and HSN and now coaches stars, on camera and on stage. Vinay discovers Cat’s intuitive eye for talent and her expertise in helping clients create a confident personal brand that sells. [03:34s] “The girl with the voice you’ll never hear”: Journey of an ambivert[11:05s] “More than just appearances”: Limiting beliefs of getting on camera  [14:50s] “Giving back”: On entrepreneurship [21:16s] On the dark side social networking[25:18s] “The biggest level ups come right after rock bottom” [36:50s] Cat’s top 3 tips for getting camera-ready [49:00s] RWL: Cat’s recommendations for you to READ ‘1,000 True Fans’ by Kevin Kelly Find out more about Cat’s work at https://linktr.ee/theconfidenceceo Follow Cat on Instagram to get tips and insights on getting on-screen ready!Connect with Vinay on Twitter, LinkedIn or email him at vinay@c2cod.com What did you think about this episode? What would you like to hear more about? Or simply, write in and say hello! podcast@c2cod.comSubscribe to us on your favorite platforms – Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Overcast, Tune In Alexa, Amazon Music, Pandora, TuneIn + Alexa, Stitcher, Castbox, Castro, Jio Saavn and more.  This podcast is sponsored by C2C-OD, your Organizational Development consulting partner ‘Bringing People and Strategy Together’. Follow @c2cod on Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, Facebook
Gear up for an exciting conversation with Angel Ribo, the CEO Confidant who has helped more than 1500 CEOs across 33 countries accelerate the growth of their businesses in the last two decades. Angel is an influencer, LinkedIn strategist, international TV host, public speaker and CEO consultant. He also sits on the Board of the Evolutionary Business Council, which has over 350 global transformational leaders with a combined reach of 600 million plus people. Vinay discovers the man behind the CEO Confidant and how Angel finds the time to do everything that he does and more! [04:17s] Inspiration behind the CEO Confidant11:22s] Top challenges CEOs faced during the pandemic [15:30s] ‘Revenues are vanity, profits are sanity & cash-flow is reality!’[19:14s] Creating a space of trust for CEOs to confide in each other[30:27s] ‘I live to connect the unconnected’[35:38s] RWL: Angel’s recommendations for you to READ ‘The Celestine Prophecy’ by James Redfield; ‘The Baker’s Dozen Rules of Highly Successful Business Operators’ by Neville Joffe Read more about Angel’s work at https://linkfol.io/theceoconfidantConnect with Angel on LinkedIn, or email him at angel@angelribo.comConnect with Vinay on Twitter, LinkedIn or email him at vinay@c2cod.com What did you think about this episode? What would you like to hear more about? Or simply, write in and say hello! podcast@c2cod.comSubscribe to us on your favorite platforms – Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Overcast, Tune In Alexa, Amazon Music, Pandora, TuneIn + Alexa, Stitcher, Castbox, Podchaser, Jio Saavn and more.  This podcast is sponsored by C2C-OD, your Organizational Development consulting partner ‘Bringing People and Strategy Together’. Follow @c2cod on Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, Facebook
This week, we get behind the scenes with the articulate and authentic Abhimanika Yadav, a certified fitness coach, and fashion and grooming consultant. A huge influencer in the fitness and fashion world, Abhimanika wears multiple hats (or crowns rather!) – she’s a former Mrs. Universe (2017) and former Mrs. Asia-Pacific (2016). She’s also a motivation speaker, a dancer, an entrepreneur, event manager, and a mother. Vinay speaks to this incredible person on all things that make her tick, including motherhood, entrepreneurship, fitness, breaking stereotypes and social taboos, mental health and on how she’s helping make the world a fitter place![03:14s] Wearing multiple hats (or crowns rather!) [08:45s] Her journey into fitness [20:40s] The social media influencer  [24:00s] Anecdotes: Working with people, from 16 to 65 years old     [42:05s] What’s next: ‘Elysian’, a one-stop grooming solution [46:23s] RWL: Abhimanika’s recommendations for you to: READ ‘Rich Dad Poor Dad’ by Robert T Kiyosaki  [50:11s] Dealing with trolls Follow Abhimanika on Instagram Connect with Vinay on Twitter, LinkedIn or email him at vinay@c2cod.com What did you think about this episode? What would you like to hear more about? Or simply, write in and say hello! podcast@c2cod.comSubscribe to us on your favorite platforms including Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Overcast, Tune In Alexa, Amazon Music, Pandora, TuneIn + Alexa, Stitcher, Castbox, Podcast Addict, Podchaser, Listen Notes and Jio Saavn  This podcast is sponsored by C2C-OD, your Organizational Development consulting partner ‘Bringing People and Strategy Together’. Follow @c2cod on Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, Facebook
She’s the best-selling author of the classic ‘How To Work A Room’ which has sold over a million copies in 14 countries, and she’s named by Forbes as one of the top 25 networking experts! This week, Vinay talks to the ‘Mingling Maven®’ keynote speaker, Susan RoAne who has worked with audiences worldwide, and written in diverse publications including the New York Times, Sydney Telegraph, Financial Times, Globe and Mail, Washington Post and The Wall Street Journal. Hit play for a conversation that’s fun, funny and peppered with Susan’s best networking tips and lessons for you.  [02:47s] The accidental entrepreneur  [07:30s] How important is networking?[09:47s] ‘Stop labeling yourself.’[15:15s] Authentic Networking [24:00s] Connecting in times of ‘Zoom fatigue’     [41:21s] RWL: Susan’s recommendations for you to: WATCH ‘Taste the Nation with Padma Lakshmi’, ‘The Simpsons’, ‘The Daily Show with Trevor Noah’; READ ‘Caste’ by Isabel Wilkerson; LISTEN to audio book ‘Born a Crime’ by Trevor Noah               Read Susan’s bestseller ‘How to Work a Room’  Connect with Susan on Twitter, LinkedInConnect with Vinay on Twitter, LinkedIn or email him at vinay@c2cod.com What did you think about this episode? What would you like to hear more about? Or simply, write in and say hello! podcast@c2cod.comSubscribe to us on your favourite podcast platforms including Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Overcast, Tune In Alexa, Amazon Music, Pandora and TuneIn + Alexa  This podcast is sponsored by C2C-OD, your Organizational Development consulting partner ‘Bringing People and Strategy Together’. Follow @c2cod on Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, Facebook.
This week, instead of a guest interview, we bring you a special episode feature from the ‘Facilitation Stories’ Podcast by the International Association of Facilitators (IAF) England and Wales chapter, which documents the amazing stories of facilitators from around the world. This episode from the Facilitation Stories podcast features our very own Vinay Kumar as a guest recently, sharing his stories as a Certified Professional Facilitator and the Global Chair of IAF, in conversation with co-hosts, Helene Jewell and Pilar Orti.   [03:20s] ‘When I started calling myself a facilitator’  [05:20s] The human dynamics of facilitation[06:56s] Navigating hierarchies, mindsets, cultural nuances    [20:28s] Growth of facilitation communities in India and around the world   [36:53s] Equity in online facilitation access, digital poverty [42:49s] RWL: Our recommendation for you to listen is, you guessed it! Facilitation Stories podcast by IAF England & Wales Listen to this episode on the Facilitation Stories podcast here.  Connect with Helene on Twitter. Connect with Pilar on Twitter  Connect with Vinay on Twitter, LinkedIn or email him at vinay@c2cod.com What did you think about this episode? What would you like to hear more about? Or simply, write in and say hello! podcast@c2cod.comSubscribe to us on  your favorite podcast platforms including Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Overcast, Tune In Alexa, Amazon Music, Pandora, TuneIn + Alexa and more!This podcast is sponsored by C2C-OD, your Organizational Development consulting partner ‘Bringing People and Strategy Together’. Follow @c2cod on Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, Facebook
This week, we bring you a riveting conversation between Vinay and the brilliant Kelli McLoud-Schingen, a Global Diversity and Inclusion Specialist with over 30 years of experience. Kelli is the Vice President for DEI at the University of Tulsa, Oklahoma USA, and President of KMS Intercultural Consulting. Specializing in healing racism, cross-cultural competence, conflict resolution/mediation, storytelling and inclusive leadership, Kelli is a TEDx speaker, and is co-author of 'Cultural Detective: African American', and a contributing author for Sage Publications on “Prejudice, Bias, and Discrimination”.     [07:16s] ‘The Bridge-Builder’: A journey[11:00s] How has DEI evolved today?[18:26s] 2020, a year of two global diseases: Covid-19 and racism [24:00s] Action after Awareness: What are organizations, institutions doing today?  [35:00s] Healing racism from within the system[42:00s] A better world, according to Kelli [50:38s] RWL: Kelli’s recommendation to READ: ‘Caste’ by Isabel Wilkerson, and ‘My Grandmother's Hands’ by Resmaa MenakemWatch Kelli’s TEDx Talk hereConnect with Kelli on LinkedIn and Twitter. Connect with Vinay on Twitter, LinkedIn or email him at vinay@c2cod.com What did you think about this episode? What would you like to hear more about? Or simply, write in and say hello! podcast@c2cod.comSubscribe to us on Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Overcast, Tune In Alexa, Amazon Music, Pandora, TuneIn + Alexa, Stitcher and more.This podcast is sponsored by C2C-OD, your Organizational Development consulting partner ‘Bringing People and Strategy Together’. Follow @c2cod on Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, Facebook
The Shiny Happy People podcast has just turned one! What better way to celebrate this than to bring back our very first guest, the one and only Paul Dupuis, MD & CEO of Randstad India, and author of the best-seller, ‘The E5 Movement’. Hit play for this electrifying conversation with Paul, the ‘Human Forward' Leader, on the year that wasn’t and the year that could be.      [04:00s] The year that wasn’t! [07:00s] The ‘Human Forward’ Leader[10:30s] “20-30% of people won’t want to go back to the office.”  [13:49s] Expectations from a leader today [18:56s] Life after ‘The E5 Movement’ [23:58s] A year from now would look like…[29:14s] ‘Jugaad meets kaizen!’ [36:33s] RWL: Paul’s recommendation to READ: ‘Exponential Organizations’ by Salim Ismail, and ‘Yzerman: The Making of a Champion’ by Douglas Hunter    Connect with Paul on LinkedIn, Twitter and Instagram Connect with Vinay on Twitter, LinkedIn or email him at vinay@c2cod.com What did you think about this episode? What would you like to hear more about? Or simply, write in and say hello! podcast@c2cod.comSubscribe to us on Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Overcast, Tune In Alexa, Amazon Music, Pandora, TuneIn + Alexa, Stitcher, Listen Notes, Jio Saavn and more!This podcast is sponsored by C2C-OD, your Organizational Development consulting partner ‘Bringing People and Strategy Together’. Follow @c2cod on Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, Facebook
A harbinger of curiosity and creative thinking, TEDx Speaker Van Lai-DuMone is on a mission to rewrite the way we apply creativity in the workplace and instill brave thinking in clients who are willing to disrupt traditional training methods. The Founder and Creative Strategist of worksmART Advantage talks to Vinay about how good ideas can come from any level of an organization and how, once cultivated, that can help the company culture, performance, and innovation skyrocket!       [02:49s] Journey into what sparked her curiosity into creativity [05:51s] Creativity in the workplace: Buy-in from organizations   [13:50s] On her TEDx Talk ‘What If? The Life Changing Power of Curiosity and Courage’  [19:08s] Impact of the pandemic on creative thinking [26:16s] Helping former Navy Seals and Marine Rangers ask ‘What if?’  [30:23s] Facilitating Lego® Serious Play® remotely [35:42s] RWL: Van Lai’s recommendation to READ ‘Rethink Creativity’ by Monica H Kang, to LISTEN ‘Leading People First’ podcast by Chris LinWatch Van Lai’s TEDx Talk ‘What If? The Life Changing Power of Curiosity and Courage’Find out more her work at worksmART Advantage here https://www.worksmartadvantage.com/Connect with Van Lai on LinkedInConnect with Vinay on Twitter, LinkedIn or email him at vinay@c2cod.com What did you think about this episode? What would you like to hear more about? Or simply, write in and say hello! podcast@c2cod.comSubscribe to us on Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Overcast, Tune In Alexa, Amazon Music, Pandora, TuneIn + Alexa, Jio Saavn, iHeart Radio and others.  This podcast is sponsored by C2C-OD, your Organizational Development consulting partner ‘Bringing People and Strategy Together’. Follow @c2cod on Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, Facebook
She started her career in Human Resources, spending 17 years across industries as a senior HR professional and a leadership and performance coach. A few years ago, her passion for sustainability and global causes like climate change and environment conversation, took centerstage and she decided to switch gears and turn that passion into a way of life – and work! Vinay talks to the amazing Arundhati Kumar, Founder of Studio Beej, a sustainable vegan accessories brand, about what makes the sustainability advocate, climate warrior and conscious business owner tick.  [03:40s] Journey into Sustainability Entrepreneurship[12:38s] Seeds for a sustainable brand: Beej[21:45s] Sustainability Entrepreneurship in India[25:11s] Sustainability in Fashion  [31:13s] Top tips for entrepreneurs [39:37s] RWL: Arundhati’s recommendation to follow: @tedcountdown on Instagram    Check out Studio Beej at https://studiobeej.com/    Follow Arundhati on LinkedIn and Instagram Connect with Vinay on Twitter, LinkedIn or email him at vinay@c2cod.com What did you think about this episode? What would you like to hear more about? Or simply, write in and say hello! podcast@c2cod.comSubscribe to us on Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Overcast, Tune In Alexa, Amazon Music, TuneIn + Alexa, Stitcher, Castbox, Listen Notes, Castro, Jio Saavn, iHeart Radio, Pocket CastsThis podcast is sponsored by C2C-OD, your Organizational Development consulting partner ‘Bringing People and Strategy Together’. Follow @c2cod on Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, Facebook
As we hit pause on our ‘Insights 10 in 10’ series of episodes for the time being, we bring you our favorite clips from this series. Tell us which ones were your favorite and if you would like to hear more ‘Insights 10 in 10’ episodes in the future, what topics would you like to hear about – write in at podcast@c2cod.com. In the meantime, stay tuned for a whole new array of new exciting guest interviews coming up!              [02:25s] Insights 10 in 10: Resilience – listen to full episode  [03:40s] Insights 10 in 10: Building a Personal Brand – listen to full episode [04:48s] Insights 10 in 10: Trust in Leadership – listen to full episode [06:11s] Insights 10 in 10: Influencing Skills – listen to full episode [08:44s] Insights 10 in 10: Innovation – listen to full episode  Connect with Vinay on Twitter, LinkedIn or email him at vinay@c2cod.com Subscribe to us on Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Overcast, Tune In Alexa, Stitcher, Castbox, Podcast Addict, Podchaser, Listen Notes, Castro, Jio Saavn, iHeart Radio. This podcast is sponsored by C2C-OD, your Organizational Development consulting partner ‘Bringing People and Strategy Together’. Follow @c2cod on Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, Facebook 
We continue the exciting theme of ‘Innovation’ with this riveting conversation with the master of innovation himself, Joeri Schilders, Founder of ‘The Magic Sauce’. An innovation strategist, storyteller and content creator, Joeri has worked on over 100 innovation challenges in the last 15 years across Asia and Europe, spanning new product development, setting up a co-creation practice in an award-winning bank, digitizing traditional manufacturing, mentoring intrapreneur teams, and building systemic innovation structures within large organizations. Vinay finds out more about the world according to Joeri! [02:07s] ‘Balancing madness and measure’: A journey into innovation[05:43s] Innovation cultures in the West and the East[08:31s] ‘Innovation is born out of a crisis!’[21:50s] The way forward for innovation  [30:38s] Joeri’s Top 3 tips on innovation for businesses[37:28s] RWL: ‘The Futur’ on YouTube and ‘The Magic Sauce’ on YouTube    Follow Joeri on Twitter and LinkedIn Connect with Vinay on Twitter, LinkedIn or email him at vinay@c2cod.com What did you think about this episode? Write in and say hello! podcast@c2cod.comSubscribe to us on Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Overcast, Tune In Alexa, Amazon Music, Pandora, TuneIn + Alexa, Stitcher, Castbox,  Jio Saavn, Pocket Casts, Player FM, Podcast Index, Podfriend.  This podcast is sponsored by C2C-OD, your Organizational Development consulting partner ‘Bringing People and Strategy Together’. Follow @c2cod on Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, Facebook
Adapt or die. Pivot the business. Necessity is the mother of invention. We’ve heard these words and phrases often. So, this week, it’s all about innovation! Vinay brings you his Top 10 best practices for how you can create a work culture that nurtures, encourages and embraces innovation. Hit that play button and go innovate!               [02:19s] Tip #1: Communicate the innovation strategy. [02:57s] Tip #2: Create a safe space for innovation.[03:45s] Tip #3: Enable organizational agility. [04:28s] Tip #4: Broaden perspectives in order for people to ideate. [05:25s] Tip #5: Promote and reward innovation, collaboration and ideation. [06:28s] Tip #6: Accept and learn from the setbacks. [07:36s] Tip #7: Free up time to ideate.  [08:40s] Tip #8: Budget for people, time, resources – budget for innovation. [09:35s] Tip #9: Hire people who think differently.  [10:15s] Tip #10: Make innovation fun! Was this topic relevant for you? Which other topics would you like best practices on? Drop us a line at podcast@c2cod.com  Connect with Vinay on Twitter, LinkedIn or email him at vinay@c2cod.com Subscribe to us on Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Overcast, Tune In Alexa, Stitcher, Castbox, Podcast Addict, Podchaser, Listen Notes, Castro, Jio Saavn, iHeart Radio. This podcast is sponsored by C2C-OD, your Organizational Development consulting partner ‘Bringing People and Strategy Together’. Follow @c2cod on Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, Facebook 
Motivated by a mission to rid the world of horrible meetings and offer meaningful meetings in their place, Douglas Ferguson is the founder and president of Voltage Control, an Austin-based facilitation agency that  that specializes in helping teams work better together through participatory decision making and design inspired facilitation techniques. Douglas is an entrepreneur, a human-centered technologist, a thought leader, a Master Facilitator and the author of four books. He has helped transform teams from U.S. SOCOM, the Air Force, Adobe, Dropbox, Fidelity, Vrbo, Liberty Mutual, Humana, and SAIC. Vinay delves deeper into the mind of the human-centered technologist.   [04:05s] Journey into facilitation [8:35s] Genesis of Voltage Control      [13:22s] The good, the bad and the ugly of facilitating groups [33:00s] Control the Room Summit 2021[43:10s] Read Watch Listen RWL list: ‘Magical Meetings’ by Douglas Ferguson & John FitchFind out more about Douglas’ work at https://voltagecontrol.com/  Connect with Douglas on Twitter and LinkedIn Connect with Vinay on Twitter, LinkedIn or email him at vinay@c2cod.com What did you think about this episode? Write in and say hello! podcast@c2cod.comSubscribe to us on Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Overcast, Tune In Alexa, Amazon Music, Pandora, TuneIn + Alexa, Stitcher, Castbox, Podcast Addict, Podchaser etc. This podcast is sponsored by C2C-OD, your Organizational Development consulting partner ‘Bringing People and Strategy Together’. Follow @c2cod on Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, Facebook
Have you got your ducks in a row? Stakeholder management is absolutely critical to the success of any project or activity or change measures, in your organization. Align your stakeholders to your cause effectively, with Vinay’s Top 10 best practices.   [02:15s] Tip #1: Connect with mutual contacts to learn more about your stakeholder.[02:35s] Tip #2: Consciously work on expanding your network.[03:00s] Tip #3: Step back, create a stakeholder map.[03:35s] Tip #4: Outline your ask very clearly beforehand.[04:32s] Tip #5: Outline their need from you, your proposal: What’s in it for them? [05:54s] Tip #6: Brainstorm on possible stumbling blocks from stakeholder’s perspective.  [07:00s] Tip #7: Initiate the conversation with an open and flexible mind. [07:46s] Tip #8: Keep the focus of the conversation on your and their desired outcomes. [08:45s] Tip #9: Communicate extensively on what's relevant to them.  [09:37s] Tip #10: Keep all lines of communication open. Was this relevant for you? Which other topics would you like about? Drop us a line at podcast@c2cod.comConnect with Vinay on Twitter, LinkedIn or on email vinay@c2cod.com Subscribe to us on Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Overcast, Tune In Alexa, Amazon Music, Pandora, TuneIn + Alexa, Stitcher, Castbox, Podcast Addict, Podchaser, Listen Notes, Castro, Jio Saavn, iHeart Radio, Pocket Casts, Player FM.This podcast is sponsored by C2C-OD, your Organizational Development consulting partner ‘Bringing People and Strategy Together’. Follow @c2cod on Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, Facebook
Yes, indeed, no matter whether we are in office or working from home, the learning never stops, as Vinay finds out in this riveting conversation with friend, Adrian C Bazemore, Lead of International Learning & Development and Lead for DEI L&D for Chick-fil-A, Inc., one of North America's largest fast food chains.  Adrian’s work in L&D stands out for his ability to successfully translate the learning engagement into what its true application would look like.   [05:01s] From Sales to L&D: His true calling[11:24s] Responding to restaurant L&D in a pandemic[19:33s] DEI: 'Truth matters'[29:05s] Future of L&D and DEI[36:11s] RWL: Adrian’s recommendation to read ‘Talking to Strangers’ and ‘David & Goliath: Underdogs, Misfits, and the Art of Battling Giants’ by Malcolm GladwellConnect with Adrian on LinkedInConnect with Vinay on Twitter, LinkedIn or email him at vinay@c2cod.comWhat did you think about this episode? What would you like to hear more about? Write in podcast@c2cod.comSubscribe to us on Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Overcast, Tune In Alexa, Stitcher, Castbox, Podcast Addict, Podchaser, Listen Notes, Castro, Jio Saavn, iHeart Radio. This podcast is sponsored by C2C-OD, your Organizational Development consulting partner ‘Bringing People and Strategy Together’. Follow @c2cod on Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, Facebook
With or without a pandemic, one thing will never change – our need to network and connect with others. This week, Vinay brings you his Top 10 best practices to help you network better for professional and personal success. Networking is easier than you think, and it can be learnt! As Susan RoAne said, ‘Networking is an enrichment program, not an entitlement program.’ So, go on, hit the play button and get networking!  [01:48s] Tip #1: Networking is a goal. [02:16s] Tip #2: Ditch the sales pitch.[02:56s] Tip #3: Use your resume as a tool for advice.[03:23s] Tip #4: Don’t use networking just to ask for a job.[04:00s] Tip #5: Be really active on social media. [04:45s] Tip #6: Have a point of view.  [05:24s] Tip #7: Meet people through other people. Connect people with others.,[06:20s] Tip #8: Let others speak, ask questions, show interest in what they do. Listen. [07:12s] Tip #9: It’s not a meet and greet. It’ a hope to re-meet.  [08:03s] Tip #10: Remember to say ‘thank you’ and follow-up. Recommended reading: ‘Never Eat Alone’by Keith Ferrazzi  Connect with Vinay on Twitter, LinkedIn or email him at vinay@c2cod.com What did you think about this episode? What would you like to hear more about? Or simply, write in and say hello! podcast@c2cod.comSubscribe to us on Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Overcast, Tune In Alexa, Stitcher, Castbox, Podcast Addict, Podchaser, Listen Notes, Castro, Jio Saavn, iHeart Radio. This podcast is sponsored by C2C-OD, your Organizational Development consulting partner ‘Bringing People and Strategy Together’. Follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, Facebook
From 100% remote teams to hybrid workforces, the Human Resources in every organization the world over has quickly evolved over the past year in navigating the many challenges since the COVID-19 pandemic changed the way we worked forever a year ago. This week, Vinay invites seasoned HR professional, Anjali Raghuvanshi, Chief People Officer at Randstad India, one of the largest staffing firms in the country that manages a combined workforce of over 60,000 people, to talk about what the new avatar of Human Resources looks like. [02:03s] ‘A journey of self-discovery’[05:41s] Evolution of HR from operations-driven to a true Human Resources function [10:07s] Navigating the pandemic with a 60k+ workforce[14:00s] Insights from 2020: Focus on wellbeing  [20:05s] Women in the Future Workforce [26:35s] HR focus areas in 2021[38:00s] RWL: Anjali’s recommendation to read ‘Daring Greatly’ by Brené BrownConnect with Anjali on Twitter and LinkedIn Connect with Vinay on Twitter, LinkedIn or email him at vinay@c2cod.com What did you think about this episode? What would you like to hear more about? Or simply, write in and say hello! podcast@c2cod.comSubscribe to us on your favorite podcast platforms including Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Overcast, Tune In Alexa, Stitcher, Castbox, Podcast Addict, Podchaser, Listen Notes, Castro, Jio Saavn, iHeart Radio, to stay updated on new episodes every week. This podcast is brought to you by C2C-OD, your Organizational Development consulting partner ‘Bringing People and Strategy Together’. Follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, Facebook
This week, our ‘Insights 10 in 10’ episode dives deep into the art of influencing which is defined as the ability of an individual to transform and shape the opinions, behaviors and actions of others. Influencing is not about manipulation or persuasion. It is an essential skill today and good news is that it can be taught and it can be practiced! So, here are Vinay’s Top 10 best practices on how you can influence better.  [01:55s] Tip #1: Intend an outcome that meets everyone’s needs. [02:19s] Tip #2: Listen to others’ ideas.[02:50s] Tip #3: Share recognition of a successful outcome.[03:17s] Tip #4: “Lead your people to favorable decisions, rather than demanding them.”[04:40s] Tip #5: “When you do not have the support of the leader, then gain the support of the subordinates who will say good things about you to the leader!” [05:21s] Tip #6: Practice your organizational intelligence skills. [06:24s] Tip #7: Be reliable through consistency.[06:50s] Tip #8: Pay attention to yourself.[08:00s] Tip #9: Vary your techniques with the environment. [08:56s] Tip #10: Timing matters. Recommended reading: ‘Seven Pillars of Wisdom’ by TE LawrenceConnect with Vinay on Twitter, LinkedIn or email him at vinay@c2cod.com What did you think about this episode? What would you like to hear more about? Or simply, write in and say hello! podcast@c2cod.comSubscribe to us on Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Overcast, Tune In Alexa, Stitcher, Castbox, Podcast Addict, Podchaser, Listen Notes, Castro, Jio Saavn, iHeart Radio, to stay updated on new episodes every week. This podcast is brought to you by C2C-OD, your Organizational Development consulting partner ‘Bringing People and Strategy Together’. Follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, Facebook
Following up on last week’s ‘Insights 10 in 10: Trust in Leadership’, we bring you an incisive and inspiring conversation with none other than Dr. Dennis Reina himself who, along with his life and business partner, Dr. Michelle Reina, is a sought-after pioneering thought leader on trust. Vinay gleans insights from Dr. Reina’s journey into his work and research on trust and its critical role in leadership today. [03:00s] A journey into Trust [08:27s] Trust in organizations and teams [15:39s] Trust Building® behaviors  [21:25s] Organizations that were built on trust: Success stories [32:38s] Future of facilitation [40:04s] RWL Our recommendation for you to READ: award-winning, best-selling books by Dr. Dennis Reina and Dr. Michelle L. Reina: 'Trust and Betrayal in the Workplace’ (3rd edition); and ‘Rebuilding Trust in the Workplace’Read more about trust at Reina, A Trust Building®Connect with Dennis on LinkedIn. Connect with Vinay on Twitter, LinkedIn or email him at vinay@c2cod.com What did you think about this episode? What would you like to hear more about? Or simply, write in and say hello! podcast@c2cod.comSubscribe to us on Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Overcast, Tune In Alexa, Stitcher, Castbox, Podcast Addict, Podchaser, Listen Notes, Castro, Jio Saavn, iHeart Radio. This podcast is brought to you by C2C-OD, your Organizational Development consulting partner ‘Bringing People and Strategy Together’. Follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, Facebook
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