Ten Spot is a workforce engagement platform that lets employers effortlessly connect, engage, and manage their remote and on-site employees all in one platform.Continue reading
I love my email mailing list. It has thousands of
subscribers real people from HR-related businesses around the world who are:
- Interested in the topic of growing a business in the HR sector.
- Keen to learn.
- Intelligent, friendly, awesome people.
It may sound trite but every single day I love hearing back from these wonderful people as they:
- Share stories
- Ask for advice
- Thank me for sharing resources
- Refer potential new clients to me
- Invite me to speak on podcasts and panel discussions
- Join my online training courses
- Work with my via my HR business marketing services
- And much more.
In this episode of the A Better HR Business podcast, I share how (and why) I’ve managed to build up an email mailing list of thousands of people in the HR-related business sector.
I’ll share ten different methods that have helped me build up this list – you’ll be able to adopt many of them for your own business.
I’ll also explain why it’s such an important business asset to build up over time.
It could help you grow your HR-related business easier and faster so I’d suggest having a quick listen now . . .Continue reading
Today I want to share the very quick story of how I saved $5000 for two HR-related companies on two different continents just with two quick Zoom calls.
It could easily have been your own HR-related business making the same types of decisions so I’d suggest having a quick listen now . . .Continue reading
I was delighted to be joined on the A Better HR Business show by Scott Mastley, the CHRO at Thread HCM.
Thread provides a leading technology platform, trusted by over 100,000 companies, and serving over 5,000,000 employees. This all-in-one solution offers a superior approach to hiring, managing, and growing their team. Thread also offers an HR consulting service to its extensive client base.
Scott joined Thread to develop and manage their HR consulting services.
He has 25 years of hands-on consulting, HR work, and leading HR teams with clients across multiple industries.Continue reading
Barbara Rubel is a dynamic speaker, author, and leading authority on occupational burnout, vicarious trauma, compassion fatigue, resilience, and managing complicated loss.
Her keynotes, training sessions, and webinars are designed to give audiences practical strategies that can be implemented immediately in the workplace.
Barbara’s list of clients includes more than 1,000 organizations.Continue reading
Denise is a Board Member, CEO, and Management Consultant with over 30 years of board-level experience, particularly in the education, training & workforce development industry.
Previous to her current venture, Denise led an education company that was sold to a listed company on the South African Stock Exchange.
Denise was awarded ‘Learning and Development Professional of the Year’ by the AITD and she’s one of the first four master trainers globally of the LEGO Serious Play methodology.
The online LEGO Serious Play methodology is a powerful way of engaging groups to ensure meaningful and fully interactive facilitated workshops. As a facilitator of this incredible process, you learn how to design, plan and facilitate sessions for your clients or for your organization.
In a wide-ranging discussion, Denise and I talked about:
- Denise’s background and her success in the corporate training industry.
- Play 4 Business and the LEGO® Serious Play® methodology.
- Denise’s advice when it comes to marketing and growing a successful HR business.
- What does the future hold for HR and the world of work?
- And much more.
In this article and podcast episode, I want to share with you one simple thing you can do to improve all aspects of your marketing.
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In Episode 124 of the A Better HR Business show, I share one simple thing you can do to improve all aspects of your marketing.Continue reading
Robin offers intermediate services between temporary employment agencies and people looking for a job with a living space.
During his Master’s studies in International Business in 2007, Johan established Robin: the first Lithuanian agency that recruits Lithuanian staff for Dutch employment agencies.
14 years later, Robin has built up a database with over 220,000 candidates and recruited over 20,000 candidates from Lithuania, Latvia, Portugal, Poland, Spain, Romania, Slovakia, and Hungary for the Dutch employment market.
In a wide-ranging discussion, Johan and I talked about:
- How and why did he start Robin? (And the struggles before it became the global business it is today).
- What does Robin do and who does it help?
- How Robin attracts new employee and employer clients? Any tips for others?
- Johan’s excellent approach to the art of management and delegation.
- Johan’s advice when it comes to growing a successful HR business.
- What does the future hold for HR and the world of work and what should listeners do about it?
Evan is the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Recruiter.com, an on-demand recruiting platform that combines AI and video job-matching technology with the world’s largest network of small and independent recruiters.
Clients of Recruiter.com use their AI job-matching technology to build a candidate pipeline across 150 million profiles. Clients tap into a network of 30,000 on-demand recruiters to help them recruit. This can lower client hiring costs by more than a third.
Evan is a frequent contributor to CNBC and Yahoo! Finance, and demonstrates expertise in a diverse set of industries, including Wi-Fi, Instant Messaging, data security, customer relationship management (CRM), and much more. Beginning with his own mobile computing company in the 1990s (later acquired by Dun & Bradstreet), Evan has aided a number of venture-backed companies in growing their business. These companies have been acquired by the likes of Symantec and Verifone, among others.
Evan continues his mission-driven work as CEO of Recruiter.com. As workplaces reopen and many recruiters struggle to find candidates, Recruiter.com’s mission to disrupt the traditional recruiting model and build better workplaces is more important than ever.
Evan’s history of rapid business growth, dedication to innovation, and ability to create rich client relationships provides him with the expertise and insight the recruiting industry needs at this crucial point in our history.
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About The ‘A Better HR Business’ Podcast
In my HR marketing podcast, I talk with different HR consultants and HR tech companies from around the world to learn about what they do and how they keep their businesses healthy and moving in the right direction.
If you have questions you want me to ask me about growing an HR consultancy or marketing for HR tech companies, just let me know or visit the HR marketing services page.
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Thanks to my podcast, newsletter, blog, LinkedIn posts, etc, I get marketing queries every week from companies and individuals running businesses in the HR sector.
The questions often revolve around this central question:
‘What should we do next?’
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In Episode 119 of the A Better HR Business show, I share a simple 5-step process you can use to grow your HR business.
It makes sense.
There are so many options out there for people trying to grow their HR business.
These lead to questions such as:
- Should we be running paid ads somewhere?
- Do we need a blog?
- What should we be posting on LinkedIn?
- Which types of companies should we approach? Why are they ignoring us?
- Should I write a book?
- What about Google AdWords?
- What should we say on our website?
- Should we be making videos?
- How should we send emails? Hubspot, Mailchimp, Active Campaign, something else?
- How do we decide what to offer?
- What’s the right angle to take in sales meetings?
- How do we get more clients?
Again, ‘What should we do next?‘
People often feel a little overwhelmed.
A Simple 5-Step Process To Follow
Here’s a simple 5-step process I use with my clients which are either: consulting firms, HR tech firms, or individual consultants, all within the wide HR sector.Continue reading
When it comes to helping you find recommended HR consultancy businesses, we have two resources for you on this page:
Profiles of HR consultancy businesses around the world (from the podcast: A Better HR Business).
A spreadsheet listing HR consulting businesses and HR Tech businesses around the world.
List of HR Consultancy Businesses
(Featuring all types of consultancies in the broad Human Resources field)
- HR Consultancies in North America
- HR Consultancies in Europe
- HR Consultancies in Australia
- International HR Consultancies
A while back I interviewed expert business coach, David Finkel for my HR Consultants’ Online Conference. He shared some advanced strategies to help you accelerate the growth of your HR business.
David is the founder and CEO of Maui Mastermind. He’s also an ex-Olympic level athlete turned serial entrepreneur.
He is the Wall Street Journal and Business Week best-selling author of 11 business and financial books, including co-authoring (with Jeff Hoffman, Co-Founder Priceline.com) the wildly successful, SCALE: 7 Proven Principle to Grow Your Business and Get Your Life Back (Penguin Random House).Continue reading
With the rise of Facebook Live, Clubhouse, LinkedIn Live, Instagram, and all the other social media options out there, I am asked quite often whether or not you should still publish a company blog?
In Episode 115 of the A Better HR Business show, I talked about a recent Hubspot article I’d read entitled 31 Business Blogging Stats You Need to Know in 2021.
(Scroll down to listen to the podcast episode)
Hubspot describes the business effect of B2B blogging this way:
Blogging is such a scalable and affordable approach that it’s the third-most-common content marketing strategy for businesses. And, marketers that prioritize blogging see 13-times the ROI of businesses that don’t.Hubspot
Here are some interesting facts and figures from Hubspot about business blogging:Continue reading
The Workology community reaches 600,000 HR and workplace leaders each month with the Workology Podcast, Weekly Newsletters, and the Workology website featuring HR certification training, articles, courses, and more.
In a wide-ranging discussion, Jessica and I talked about:
- How and why did Jessica start Workology?
- What does Workology do and who does it help?
- How Jessica attract new community members and customers? Any tips for others?
- Jessica’s advice when it comes to growing a successful HR business.
- What does the future hold for HR and the world of work and what should listeners do about it?