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Growing A Leadership & Learning Consultancy – With Greg Kinnaird

One of my favourite aspects of working in HR is the opportunity to observe. You’re often in a unique position to stand back and see what’s going on within an organisation and then help drive change to take things forward.

My guest on this podcast episode is one of the best observers and leadership change experts around.

Greg Kinnaird is an expert consultant, facilitator, and author whose business, Corporate Learning Solutions, partners with organisations throughout South-East Asia, South Africa, United Arab Emirates, and Europe to help develop their high potential leaders.

Greg joined me on the A Better HR Business podcast to talk about:

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Growing An HR Business In The US – Q&A With Missy Fulton

Missy Fulton is a creative global employer lawyer and strategic HR senior executive. As President & CEO of Chameleon Strategies LLC, a strategic HR and employment law advisory, Missy has dedicated her career to helping dynamic businesses grow by creating that fourth leg of the tape to solidify the business foundation.

Growing An HR Business In The US - Missy Fulton

Having “seen it all” between government, private and public corporations and startups, Missy has a unique and vast array of knowledge about what works and doesn’t work for emerging companies, to partner with any organization to set them up for success, get them out of systemic troubles, mitigate the risks going forward, and/or proactively plan for future growth.

Chameleon is founded on the core understanding that each organization evolves in its own distinct way. Understanding that distinction, Chameleon Strategies’ offerings provide the flexibility, growth opportunities, and thought partnering to pivot talent management and people strategy needs based on a company’s ever-changing business needs.

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Growing The Predictive Index

In 1942, twenty-six-year-old Arnold Daniels volunteered for the U.S. Army Air Corps. Shipped off to England, he was placed as a flight navigator and his team soon logged more than 30 missions—all without a single combat casualty.

When commanders noted the team’s record, they sent a psychologist in to work with Daniels—to study just what made their teamwork so successful.

This was Daniels’ first introduction to psychometric testing, and what would become a lifetime passion: solving business problems through the lens of understanding individuals.

After the war, he returned to Boston, where he briefly attended Harvard to study workplace psychology. In 1952 he released the first Predictive Index Assessment.

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In 1955, Daniels founded PI Worldwide (now called The Predictive Index).

The Predictive Index Behavioral Assessment™ was created through a normative sample of thousands of people and has since been the subject of nearly 500 validation studies. It has received continual updates and today represents a well-established, business-relevant, and scientifically-proven measure of behavioral tendencies in the workplace.

Over six decades since, thousands of organizations have used The Predictive Index in nearly every job and industry around the world.

The Predictive Index helps businesses and organizations all over the globe overcome workplace challenges through a unique blend of scientific behavioral assessments, groundbreaking software, exceptional management training, and professional consulting from the world’s top workplace behavior specialists.

In short, The Predictive Index helps companies understand how their people think and work to help employees maximize their productivity.

The Predictive Index helps more than 8,000 clients across 142 countries; I’ve used it many times in different countries myself, so I was delighted to be joined on the podcast by the CEO of Predictive Index, Mike Zani.

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How To Become A Freelance HR Consultant

The global pandemic has caused great chaos and uncertainty and has caused many HR professionals to look into how to become a freelance HR consultant.

Here are 7 steps to follow if you are wondering how to become a freelance HR consultant.

  1. Identify your core strengths and preferences.
  2. Understand your ultimate motivators and drivers.
  3. Clearly identify your target market (don’t be too general).
  4. Have savings and/or find a way to access cash fast.
  5. Build an online presence and network right now.
  6. Plan your marketing strategy (don’t just rely on referrals).
  7. Start executing the plan.

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You’ll also find links to several resources that will help get you started on your journey to becoming a freelance Human Resources consultant.

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Growing An HR Consultancy – Shiluvah

Kulani Shiluvane is an inspiring entrepreneur, speaker, and HR business leader. Her business, Shiluvah, is based in Johannesburg in South Africa and is a successful Human Resource and Labour Law consultancy which offers dynamic, customised, and integrated people management solutions.

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In this quick Q&A, Kulani kindly shares how she is busy growing an HR consultancy.

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Scott Miller – FranklinCovey

Years ago, I was a fresh-faced young HR graduate in an international, very rules-based company when my first mentor gave me a copy of a book called ‘The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People‘ written by Stephen Covey.

Growing the FranklinCovey Company

The book had a profound effect on my thinking and on my subsequent career in Human Resources.

It seems, I wasn’t the only one.

The book has sold more than 40 million copies in 40 languages worldwide and remains one of the best selling nonfiction business books in history.

Now listed on the New York Stock Exchange, the FranklinCovey company is considered by many as the world leader in helping organizations achieve results that require lasting changes in human behavior.

I was delighted to be joined on the podcast by the company’s Executive Vice President of Thought Leadership, Scott Miller.

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Growing An HR Company (Workplace Behavior Consultancy) Catherine Mattice-Zundel of Civility Partners

Catherine Mattice-Zundel is President of consulting and training firm, Civility Partners, and has been successfully providing programs in workplace bullying and building positive workplaces since 2007.

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Her clients include Fortune 500’s, the military, several universities and hospitals, government agencies, small businesses and nonprofits.

Catherine has also written three books, one of which the legendary Ken Blanchard called, “the most comprehensive and valuable handbook on the topic” of workplace bullying.

Catherine’s also been in Forbes.com, Inc Magazine, Entrepreneur, USA Today, and CNN.

Catherine joined me on the podcast to talk about her business journey and the important change that Civility Partners is bringing to workplaces right across North America.

During our chat, we talked about:

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Introducing The New HR Consulting Work Platform – One Circle

One Circle is a platform of freelance HR consultants providing Human Resource consulting services, digitally, sharing thought leadership and solutions.

Completely virtual, One Circle allows companies to engage with and hire freelance HR consultants online, on-demand, from around the world and across the employee lifecycle, all in one place.

Emma El-Karout - One Circle HR Platform

The Co-Founder of One Circle, Emma El-Karout, joined me on the podcast to talk about this new HR consulting work platform.

During our chat, we talked about:

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How To Cope With Difficult Times And Get A Business Growth Mindset As An HR Consultant

Ever had low moments in consulting, lost a big sales pitch, or struggled to price your services at a level that you deserve?

Ask any elite business person or sports star, having the right mindset is crucial to success. I asked business coach and money mindset expert Nina Cooke for her advice to consultants in the Human Resources industry on how to get a business growth mindset.

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Growing An Employment Law Firm – Simon Robinson of Robinson Ralph

How often does a law firm make you laugh and teach you something at the same time – on LinkedIn?

The innovative employment law firm, Robinson Ralph, is not your typical law firm.

Follow them on LinkedIn to see what I mean.

Simon Robinson discusses growing an employment law firm.

I spoke with the firm’s co-founder, Simon Robinson, about why he co-founded the law firm, how they compete with the global firms, about the firm’s very engaging social media presence, and much more.

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Growing A Diversity & Inclusion Consultancy – MASF Consulting

Mark Fenton might not be who you would automatically consider as a campaigner for diverse & inclusive workplaces.

Mark Fenton

He is white, straight, middle-aged, middle class and married with two kids and a dog.

But, as he says, that’s the point.

Mark has over 20 years’ experience in global financial organisations, with a proven track record in finance, audit and business strategy.

So yes, he’s a “finance guy”.

However, more recently, he ran global diversity and inclusion programmes for the world’s most valuable insurance brand, AXA.

Mark is now the CEO & Founder of MASF Consulting Limited.

We had a fascinating discussion about:

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