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"business development director" Discussed on Women Worldwide
"In the room and telling you this is something or not, but I just noticed that. A lot of the women were very neat and tidy hatched, and the men were all spread out with their arms and their stuff. Is that something that you've noticed or judges? Catch everybody on an odd day. I think that yes. Women are committed to come across, very. And very polite or rather. I want to refrain committed. It's almost as if it's an expectation. That we should come across as very professional and polite and men aren't necessarily. are always held to that standard, and for them being relaxed and being comfortable, taking up space is maybe a higher higher value or higher expectation. And I will say honestly if women were to play the way we see our male counterparts. It wouldn't necessarily have the same positive impact. Back that we look comfortable, and so I but I do think that there's a happy medium one of the ground rules that I do encourage my clients to take on is take up space because when you take up space, you're saying I feel comfortable owning this territory around me. But I think there's a way to do it without splaying. Or being unprofessional, and that means reachout use the space in front of you to have hand gestures make sure that your voice is full so that you are speaking with optimal volume, and all these cues are saying yeah, I feel comfortable taking up space, but without maybe crossing a line of of what would be considered polite behavior. Exactly so, how how do you practices? I mean I I. Know People can work with you to work on. These skills correct if you wanted to practice this. On Your own like in you learn something from you as a coach, and then you want to practice on your own. Is that in front of the Mirror? You grab a friend and say analyze my by language. Do Videotape Yourself. What's the best way to really see yourself? I am not an advocate of practicing in front of the Mirror. Because when we're standing in front of a mirror, we are responding to what we're seeing, and we don't have that tool available to us in the real world when we're interacting person, so I'm a definitely an advocate of videotaping yourself. Because even just a five minute conversation to the the the couch in front of you, you will catch some of your habits. Your your your personal sub routines and no better understand the way that you communicate. I will also say that we do have an advantage of this work from home reality in that we are on zoom calls and skype for Webex quite often. Now you can record yourself. And you'll back and watch your behaviors, but you can also see yourself in in the little thumbnail image and double. Check that you might be that you are in fact. Present yourself the way you think you are presenting yourself now. That's gre- and. Let's just talk a little bit about confidence because you mentioned before, so if you. I guess the question is how much self confidence or self esteem goes into this in other words, if you recognize that, there are some body language issues. Is that a sign to the professional unique to work on your confidence and do things that builds you up that way, and then it'll come out in your body language. While I actually worked the other direction that if we wait until we feel confident to take action, we may be waiting very long. And it's okay to risk and stretch outside of your boundaries before you're ready. As a matter of fact, he's so encouraged people to do that. over zone. Yeah, stretch boundaries, but I do this when you build a strong skill, set and authentic mindset will follow so if you feel like you have the skills on your side to present yourself well. You just naturally internally feel better feel more empowered, so that's I would go about it that direction build the skillset which means learn the skills of strong postures, strong voice, strong eye contact, and then if you look good, you'll, you'll feel better from ansel. To Interesting I. wanted to ask you, so you know you've spent your career researching and building your company. Your wrote the book on the Credibility Code So. Did. You have any really big Aha moments as you were going along or even a moment that Sorta has stuck with you as you're doing all this work. Well I did early on I was a Solo Moore. And I recognized. It was fairly difficult for me to talk myself up. And not only did I personally find it difficult to just toot my own horn. It didn't always lay. As effectively as I hoped either. And then why has been joined by business and he became our business development director. It was easy for him to talk me. And because he could say oh, Karas fantastic. You'RE GONNA. Love her. People rave now. I could never say that about myself and expected to be a positive thing. Women who? Are Often get a lot of pushback, but he could say about me. So the moment is that it's really nice to have advocates on your side who can speak of your capabilities and whether you do that with some sort of business partner, or if you're in a conference room with other people making sure to to to lift up other people and continually praise them for their their capabilities. It's easier for a student from the outside than for someone to do that from the inside, so I just think it's. It's helpful to have people on your team. The have crew who can can talk you up. Absolutely any. We have to know what we're really good at. And do that and surround ourselves with people who can sort of. Lift you and do things it. You know you. You don't do as well yourself absolutely so speaking of Your Business in in everything that you've done in your career. Lots of success What about challenges do you feel like you? You know at this stage of the game or your challenges, the same as they were when you were becoming an entrepreneur because I know my audience. Sees a lot of guests with incredible stories, and you're all super successful amazing,.
"business development director" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"Wednesday afternoon it is the fourth day of March it is super Wednesday super warm Wednesday in fact fifty nine degrees here in Santa Fe we blew past the forecast high fifty six fifty nine now sixty two around there probably today thirty tonight pretty much the same tomorrow Friday warmer on Saturday and rain on Sunday right now though fifty nine degrees and the stakeout great talk to city councilor Jamie cassette Catholics give me Sanchez at two PM today one of the two new city council district for the best district in New Mexico and at three o'clock today we're going to talk to two family members of to young people who recently died in Santa Fe county detention center and talk to Antonio Vargas and Susie commit two young people part of your family their families separate separate cases but to young people who recently died in custody or because of their allegations having been in custody in Sanpete county detention center that's at three o'clock today our guest of this first hour is Joseph my Estes former city councilor former candidate for mayor and now candidate for PRC commissioner in district three just have good to see good to see you I have been I've been good but even Elon well you know I'm I'm working in the private sector I'm a business development director for a consulting engineering firm I.
"business development director" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"See you I have been I've been good but even Elon well you know I'm I'm working in the private sector I'm a business development director for a consulting engineering firm I did not yep I'm enjoying it yeah yeah I I maybe nobody has hearing anything at all that a lot about a little a mile wide and an inch deep kind of yeah I do more client management I do some project management but it's mostly business development most of my clients are in north central Mexico local governments I do bring in some some business on the private side not it keeps me busy what kind of engineering civil civil but our firm does everything from you know asset management planning surveying transportation water resources I mean the whole gamut nominals in Corbin is that no it's sadr Miller and associates okay all right so you're running for P. R. CD have a website yet yes Sir my Estes for the number four N. as in Nancy M. as in merry dot com I asked just for an M. dot com all right what do you want to be a public regulation commissioner with all of the all the history for one thing Joseph N. and also all the changes being pushed by the legislature and the administration well first of all Richard I I think you know I've spent thirty three years essentially as a federal regulator Ice Cube I worked in the federal government for various agencies I am an engineer I'm licensed to practice in the state and I have elected office experience and so I have I I think the perfect combination of I think governing body experience and regulation experience as an engineer and I think I I believe I can hit the ground running and look despite all the issues surrounding the P. R. C. it's it's it's a mixed bag right and it it is it's it's pretty it's a pretty wide spectrum of issues but engineers gravitate toward challenges I don't see it as an insurmountable obstacle I see it as a challenge and I believe I believe that my problem solving skills and my experience can really help move the P. R. C. fourteen fret quite frankly my vision is to make it a model state organization there are five commissioners you Valerie Espinoza is currently in district three fuses a term limited out and Cynthia hall is up for reelection as well and she has challengers and cheese and I guess district one which does all the cooking and district three is Santa Fe district three actually is kind of the entire north central sector of the state it's about eight counties and it extends from the Colorado state line all the way down to plus it does burn a Leo in Rio Rancho right it serves a population of over four hundred thousand so it's about two thirds the size of a congressional district all right arm when you look at when you look at running for P. R. C. and the the changes needed and the cases will be handled because of all what do you see as as you know you so you can hit the ground running you know you're you know the issues you're from northern Mexico you're from Santa Cruz openers Bonilla you don't have to get familiar with the district does require or the people in the district or the issues in the district we see the biggest challenge the restructuring that is being proposed or the cases like the E. T. A. well you know the the energy transition act I think places New Mexico squarely in the front of the pack internationally in terms of putting ourselves on a path to a clean energy future with the ultimate goal of achieving carbon free energy by twenty forty five for investor owned utilities and twenty fifty for call up so I think the legislature has set the bar you know establish the goal and now we need to get there but the path to get there it's not quite established yet there's certain things need to be done the P. R. C. I think as an organization and administration needs to be reformed the regulatory framework needs to be better streamlined to resolve cases a lot quicker through alternative dispute resolution techniques and the like and then other things that that US engineers say is on the critical path is the electric grid our electric grid needs to be modernized to accommodate a mix of renewable energy to better adapt to distributed generation here and the big question is storage I think that's the big conundrum facing solar for example up so we need I think ugh a modern smart grid that can accommodate all these changes that they're not pie in the sky they are coming they're they're real in fact I think PNM it was the first investor owned utility to say you know what we can beat that goal we can achieve carbon free energy before twenty forty five and so I think they're they're kind of challenging themselves to achieve this goal even sooner than what the energy transition act has has set forth our guest is Joseph Myers his he's running for PRC commissioner in district number three twenty forty five that's the worst case scenario that's the minimum right it's right when he five years from now we cannot wait twenty five years climate change is accelerating we have to get their way before that maybe twenty twenty five or twenty thirty where do you see we have the time to you know to kind of drag this out until twenty forty five twenty fifty when it when the earth maybe three four degrees hotter than it is now well first of All I Want to state for all your listening public that I'm not a climate change denier I thank god I accept the science behind it you know I'm a science guy and I think it's abundantly clear to everyone that climate change is an existential threat to all of us and our future generations so I'm committed to do my part if elected to the PRC to really shepherd this this major challenge I believe we can beat that that twenty forty five deadline what we're seeing right now is as you mentioned before I was a Santa Fe city councilor right a lot of these home rule cities have greater discretion in terms of making these decisions and I know cities like Los crucis and Santa Fe that our home rule cities and have their own charter they're sitting much more aggressive milestones to achieve carbon free energy in terms of what they use in their community so I think the state's going to be challenged by some of these more progressive cities like Santa Fe and Las crucis so we could see those renewable portfolio standards change and be even more aggressive but we need to make sure that this transition to clean energy doesn't disproportionately affect those that are less fortunate and so it needs to be done in a smart pragmatic way and so it it needs to be just a needs to be fair a fair transition do you see the ETA so you're basically just if you're saying you would have supported had you been them in the P. R. C. or in the legislature had you would have voted for the the D. A. yes I I think that the legislature has set in place I think a sequence that makes a lot of sense group ETA sets the goal and in fact I think you heard the governor signed a grid modernization bill so we're putting the pieces together last year the legislature passed a bill that incentivizes the creation of the electrification of transportation vehicles and you know that's the largest source of greenhouse gas emissions is the mobile sources and so I I think that's the next major challenge to is going to change in behavior mmhm incentivizing the the transfer from fossil fueled vehicles to electric vehicles but providing the infrastructure to accommodate them because obviously you know you can only go so far in the charging that's right that's the trepidation people have is the cost of these vehicles and then the the distance that they can travel without without a charge our guest is Joseph my **** is running for the PRC and district three which is northern New Mexico including.
"business development director" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"To music twenty nine percent read books but there is a small minority determine to get as much done as possible and cadet columnist at the Wall Street journal has been speaking to some of them in New York City and wanted to find I really I can certainly an outfit called driving test I ordered and they surveyed commuters all across the country asking them what they did during their commute which I'm very nosy person suffered serious about it and he'll planner especially people on public transportation the reading books and magazines or surfing the internet and then there's a really small minority about eighty percent of people are working as much as they can the entire commute so I I thought a couple of the bunch of people in New York City who are people who are trying to be as productive as they can and I some examples to me were really kind of wild I talked to this one lady who was a business development director for a start up and she actually hear the walking commute and every day he walks to work but she speed walks so she doesn't have to go to the gym after work and most walking she flexes her muscles so she gets from Tony action and she's also listening to a book and audiobook on topics like marketing or search engine optimization or product development so she can educate herself on kind of business topics and she's doing mindful breathing at the same time I'm not sure how that works and then once you stop that stoplight she checks her email to reply to her emails before the light turns green again she the one who said she has a real dopamine rush by trying to squeeze out an email at a that are right yeah I talked to another lady who commute from Brooklyn to Manhattan and she has a forty minute commute so she she downloads a forty minute NPR podcasts and her phone so she can listen to that while she commutes and at the same time she reads email newsletters that the sticker five minutes each and he is checking her schedule and then when she waits on the platform defense first you still listen to the podcast but she applies to all slack in email messages speak within cadet columnist at the Wall Street journal for pieces got these commuter stretch the daily grind far beyond nine to five I was impressed with the sort of I guess tech savvy of the one guy to who who write to somebody city toggles this phone in and out of airplane mode in in in New York City we do have wifi in cell service underground but it's only in the stations so sometimes you can keep your signal if you're calling both from one station to the next but sometimes a single drop or it can stay connected to the signal from the last station so even though you go into the next station you're getting a very weak signal and we often find that it the signal connection that working correctly we'll try to send a text or an email and then later we find out that it's been actually sent and nobody got it and which of not good when you're trying to get some business done in cadet columnist the Wall Street journal thirty minutes now after the hour on this morning America's first news and I heard a radio station news ninety three point one KFBK California lawmakers are officially apologizing to Japanese Americans for the state's role in sending them to internment camps they passed a resolution Thursday nearly eighty years after more than one hundred twenty thousand people of Japanese descent were taken from their homes during the second World War two of the tent camps were in California the resolution doesn't include any compensation but states such an assault on freedom will never happen again more corona virus evacuees in California are headed home the remaining fifty three people flown out of China to a military base near San Francisco were released from quarantine Thursday the CDC also cleared a.
"business development director" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Run with them that's a really decent Republicans that are out there still but here's the problem right now with the well known ones they've got a step up in order to be these days Washington all about sticking to the party line in that spirit has reached the president of the United States the Republican Party she hates all of the people that voted for me and the Republican Party and he's speaking about house speaker Nancy Pelosi impeachment of course not making it any easier right now to smooth things over as the debate rages about that upcoming Senate trial and what Democrats want meantime twenty nineteen is the year president Donald Trump effectively shut off asylum at the U. S. Mexico border CBS's immigration reporter Camilo Montoya Galvez says immigration advocates have been fighting an uphill battle challenging all these new role legal aren't the top immigration litigants at the American civil liberties union has been incredibly frustrated at the what he calls the relentless slew of hard line and controversial policies that the administration has rolled out this year to try to deter migrants at the southern border it's been difficult for his group to challenge him all in court and if they are successful in blocking one the other one still remains in effect and for much of the year at least early on US officials at the border were overwhelmed by an unprecedented flow of central American migrants and families and unaccompanied children making their way north to the border hard nine forty nine following up a story we told you about yesterday the next time snow and ice hits what we gonna call WBZ's Karen wriggles and aims very were some pot shop owners are spreading goodwill through snow shoveling snow pants and driving an SUV with amber light Scott winters and rob the files you don't look like cannabis entrepreneurs but the fuzzier who own C. N. A. stores it aims for in Haverhill says he liked his business development directors idea to get involved with the snow angels program that helps people can't shovel ever Scott winters it's kind of personal of massive more cycle actually city being very rallied around rallied around me my family I got out and I had to learn to walk in all of those things again and so I couldn't do what I'd done snow.
"business development director" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Where some areas were reduced to rob. I have nothing I left I left without nothing survivors many now homeless have been sheltering for days if you have a co I. they're waiting for their turn to evacuate we'll call it always. what I do not know nothing for me and my the U. N. says more than seventy six thousand people in the Bahamas are in urgent need of food and water the U. N. says five days after the storm blasted those islands more than seventy six thousand residents are in dire need of food and water. as an entrance next top intelligence adviser could be from west Michigan here's W. W. jail Lansing bureau chief Tim scuba anybody remember a guy named Pete Hoekstra well if you're from west Michigan you certainly do because he was your Congress person for a number of years he also ran unsuccessfully for governor he is now the ambassador to the Netherlands but his name is on the list the short list to become the next director of the national intelligence agency that's the closest intelligence adviser to president trump Mr trump was quoted the other day I like cook struck and they kill a national publication says it's a one hundred percent certainty that Hoekstra will get the job ironically when he served in Congress is head of the intelligence committee he created the very agency that he might be about headed to run reporter glancing constrict WWJ newsradio nine fifty main is set to become the first state to allow voters to rank candidates in a general presidential election democratic governor Janet mills says today she'll allow such a bill to become a law in January without her signature under the system voters rank three or more candidates on the ballot in order of preference if no candidate gets more than fifty percent the last place Canada is eliminated the second choice votes of everyone. rank that candidate first are allocated until someone receives over fifty percent. the New York police department holding its annual nine eleven memorial service today reporter Kevin Rincon was there in battery park each one of us here praise to never see another name ever ran into that wall but unfortunately we know that will be a reality so they'll continue coming back year after year to pay their respects the nine eleven event ever Siri is Wednesday. demands could exceed supply when recreational marijuana goes mainstream later this month rather in a few months here in Michigan here's newsradio nine fifties Mike Campbell licenses to sell recreational marijuana from dispensaries will be issued in November if a dispensary is ready already has its ducks in a row they could be selling it by December that's if there is the pot to sell there's a big shortage right now in the medical marijuana industry and we don't know what's being done to mitigate that risk for the recreational so even if we were to get our license we have a hard time understanding where majority of that product is going to come from that's Russia son operations in business development director for the reef on eight mile between Van **** and mounted in Detroit he says they have medical marijuana now they have a shortage of that so when they bring the recreational pot of line it's going to be even worse in Detroit Mike Campbell WWJ newsradio nine fifty a space mission to the moon from India it's a bit of a snag tell you about it just after traffic and weather together W. W. K. news at eleven thirty eight spec the roads now with o'neal Stevens and we do have work zones.
"business development director" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"At the crack now back to during back to last year when Brad Keselowski swept the weekend and in continuation of the theme here nineteen ninety one Marky mark and the funky bunch good vibrations the truck was shaking that when everybody up in here was dance in on that and if you don't recognize the name Marky mark if you're too young that it's all over writing day this is an actor as an actor the yeah Hey we want to keep taking some of the station to have been with him are and since the very beginning in nineteen seventy we're celebrating our fiftieth year we got a special podcast series coming up about that but some of those stations include ninety two point five W. E. S. C. Carolina's best country in Greenville South Carolina A. M. nine ten W. J. C. W. tri cities talk radio in Johnson City Tennessee and highway one oh six one and one oh two three the best country in Jefferson city North Carolina now that covers Boone Appalachian state area where I'm from Jeff brown from the station is here today in Darlington got a chance to talk to him and I found that a little tidbit Kim you know who used to work there our very own business development director M. R. ins Chris back when he was a fresh faced young lad you were like I want to say that stations and now I know why you're not state fan busted I'll take that absolutely all right let's get some idea of what we can expect today by checking out the keys for winning today's race brought to you by progressive insurance quote buy and save on home insurance with progressive new home quote explorer only.
"business development director" Discussed on WRVA
"The same now back to what he did and during back to last year when Brad Keselowski swept the weekend and in continuation of the theme here nineteen ninety one Marky mark and the funky bunch good vibrations the truck was shaking on that when everybody up in here was dancing on that and if you don't recognize the name Marky mark if you're too young that Walberg writing day this is an actor actor the yeah Hey we want to keep taking some of the station to been with MRN since the very beginning in nineteen seventy we're celebrating our fiftieth year we got a special podcast series coming up about that but some of those stations include ninety two point five W. E. S. C. Carolina's best country in Greenville South Carolina A. M. nine ten W. J. C. W. tri cities talk radio in Johnson City Tennessee and highway one oh six one and one oh two three the best country in Jefferson city North Carolina now that covers Boone Appalachian state you know your where I'm from Jeff brown from the station is here today in Darlington got a chance to talk to him and I found that a little tidbit Kim you know who used to work there our very own business development director M. are in school back when he was a fresh faced young lad you were like I want to say that season they now I know why you're not state fan all right busted I'll take that absolutely all right let's get some idea of what we can expect today by checking out the keys for winning today's race brought to you by progressive insurance quote buy and save on home insurance with progressive new home quote explorer only.
"business development director" Discussed on Buzz Burbank News and Comment
"Jail for helping a local doctor run a pill mill that attracted perspective street dealers from hundreds of miles away. We now see the drug industry for what it had become the dealers and pushers of the nineties and beyond in the lawsuits against drug companies new documents so come to light internal D._A.. Documents including a round of emails between a wholesale distributor attributed and representatives from one of the country's biggest opioid makers keep them coming wrote the distributor the manufacturer's Rep flying out of here he wrote. It's like people are addicted to these things or something. Oh wait. He says people are just like doritos responded the drug rep just keep eating. We'll make more his company had manufactured nearly twenty nine billion opioid pills between two thousand six and two thousand twelve a little over a third of the number that flooded the nation that one company supplied two-thirds of Florida's demand other internal emails revealed from other companies show that some in the industry tried to object to the direction the business had gone concerns were expressed within mckesson and cardinal health. There are horror stories from Walgreens and C._V._S. as well from the top to the bottom of that industry there is enough blame to go around and it was in the midst of this avalanche of pills that executives from the five biggest drug distribution companies testified to Congress under oath that they did not believe they had in any way contributed to the OPIOID epidemic one by one they said no until they got to the guy from Miami Lucan yes he said yes his company had contributed to the OPIOID crisis. His company had already been caught red-handed so there was no saying no the other guys however we're lying the guys from mckesson and cardinal and Smith and Amarah Source Bergen lying they also testified. They shouldn't be held responsible for the actions of people who abused their drugs lying lying under oath the Congress we now know thanks to the current lawsuits against the drug companies and to some terrific investigative journalism at the Washington Post. A funny thing happened on the way to New Hampshire Not Haha often a more like irony tripping over at shoelaces funny Vice President Mike Pants on his way to the presidential primary state of New Hampshire to talk about the nation's opioid crisis in the drugs pouring into the granite state there air he would meet with among others former New York giants player Jeff Hatch who had spoken publicly for years about his own struggle with drugs and alcohol a struggle that ended his N._F._l.. Career in Time Jeff Hatch would become the business development director for a chain of recovery centers that provide treatment for substance abuse. He called for more money for.
"business development director" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Put my fortieth pitchers up yet. Today today. He did my fortieth birthday party amazing pitchers. So we're we're gonna have those up for the world to see. Sorry. Gosh. I we both love Rick. No, no. I was just wondering I didn't get into the fortieth. What could I gave Rick? The camera without you. Maybe said you mostly you're would you rather have people that are like start up companies or you more companies are established, what's your favorite client? So great question. So startups are always great because they they like the value time. I mean, everyone wants value time, but really pulled in different directions. So yes, a companies that can't afford the business development director or a marketing director, we work with them. But then the other type is actually the relocated corporation rights. We're working with the company right now that has six thousand employees their CEO came here from Boston. You know, he's got a great senior leadership team. But he's getting pulled in different directions to donate to charities to attend differentiations. Give speaking engagements, and they don't know what to do. Because how do you choose? If you don't know anybody. Yeah. So those are relocated companies and startups are targets, but to answer a question, we've been working with, you know, pilot Bank, and some other companies that are very well established here because our reputation is that we're not gonna waste people's time. So okay. So speaking of that, what have you already have a marketing marketing director in your company. How would you work with that company? Great question. We compliment them. I mean, we we have with Vala chief you ever go. Lightning games, Emily arena, volume lose, right? So they've got marketing director twenty seats. Yeah. The sweet sweet you work with see. What does he do technology company? But but the they do have a marketing director, but they're sometimes they're not marketing the business community, there'll be to be right, right? Okay. And so, but but getting out in the community just you've got to build a brand you've got to be present. And then nowhere to go. And sometimes they do know where to go. But it's okay, you're there. But do you know what the background everyone in that room? And that's where we kind of educate and handhold if you will that customer God. Okay. So you can supplement for the current marketing guy taking those guys to the next level. Or if you don't have a marketing guy, you can be that person to put them in front of people seventeen to thirty two events, and we take the CEO to those events because no one wants to meet me. They wanted me the decision maker of the business. They don't wanna meet the sales guy. Doug. Doug brings that up and going back to his point in the last segment saying about age age has a lot to do a lot of times, you're not taking seriously and business because you look young. And you know, my good genes have been detriment on on occasion, you know, w nineteen years in the industry. What when did you start when you're six? Oh, man. So you don't really respect me. Do you find that in the industry as well in business age? You have an issue with that with people are when you make the connection. That's fine. Yeah. Absolutely. When I started people are like, you know, how could you teach me what to do if I just just just got here when I find is I give examples and experience, and I say people do business as you all know what people can trust. Right. And so built a reputation when I walk into a room, and I also ran for office. I didn't win. But I ran for county commission, people know the name, or they know the business name, and when he walk into a room, and they say, oh, hey, how are you? I said I want you to meet my friend here at temple plumbers. I mean, that's that's the next step. And then you do that connection. I say he's got his he's afford forty year, steak and instantly. They talk about four to save and not about business. Right. And that builds that report, right? Yep. That's how it's done. Yeah. That that that is a great relationship building is relationship building. So tell me a good story cash something that maybe happened in one of your connections. You have any anything good. I'm putting you on the spot here. We have a client out of Seattle. Uh-huh. Who said look, you know, we're we wanna get into hospitality. And we we have a technology. So basically, you think about you know, you walk into a hotel room. And you've forget your toothbrush. This technology can yell at the TV and your hotel concierge will send up your toothbrush analogy. So he's like I want to get into the hospitality market in Tampa. And I was like, well, you know, you gotta be in Tampa. I I live in Seattle. So I sent him be eventless signed a three month contract with us, and I events come to these three events like this week. If you come from Seattle, Tampa come to these events I event on Saturday went well second event was a Monday. But I didn't even know about the money until the Saturday. Right. So he came to the Monday event met an investor potential there. The next that night at ten thirty had a call with that investor after the meeting on Monday night. And the next day. He had the meeting in person and that person by forty percent of his company. Wow, three meetings. He was here for three days or four days. Yeah. I want to build on that. That is a great story. I was just wondering what would show up at my hotel. What would show up to my door? 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"business development director" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"This, very smart automated world where they will live in. It's much more sort of the collaborative skills, creative skills that we need to teach because those will endure in a way that perhaps, you know, the more to the fact based learning won't. If we see what kind of areas are promising areas for new employment opportunities, then we need to make sure that we prepare everybody for those new opportunities. So you can be more agile on the job market that might not be very predictable in the future. These are the open plan offices of digital genius situated high up in a London skyscraper. The views across the city are expensive the company began like just four years ago when it's founder Dmitri accident was only twenty one. My passion for artificial intelligence as a lifelong one. Drop it in a small town called 'cause it's in the south of fresh shades by cocoas mountains, not too far away from the Black Sea. It's a very small city and built my first artificial intelligence system when I was eleven years old because franca speaking there wasn't much else through Dmitri actional Russia to study in the UK and it was while he was at university. He began developing the technology on which this innovative startup has been built the mission from day. One was to help businesses. Our made communications with customers the use of artificial intelligence head of product. Mario Borbon showed me how digital geniuses technology is changing the way businesses deal with customer queries. Let's say that in this case. There was a promise that the order would arrive within two days. Let's say the order hasn't arrived. It's been three or four days to the customers kind of annoyed and they're contacting the contact center. To see where the order is us in this case, we're going to say, let's say order number. I've clicked sand and what happens here now the artificial intelligence in needs to deal with that just a few seconds later, an answer appears on screen. The reply is dear Mario in this case, we recognize the order you placed has surpassed the two day delivery, Mark below you will find order status and a discount code for your inconvenience. How would that be different? If I just had a customer service human the other end, this artificial intelligence is now able to process hundreds or thousands or even more queries at the same time. So you're likely to get an answer more quickly, and there are other benefits to one of the skills of our AI that we are very proud of is that it's multi lingual it can deal with different languages as long as you've told it to deal with those languages and dealing with multiple languages around. The globe is something that is very big pain point for a lot of contact centers. So. Having an that understands. Multiple languages is a very key strength for contact centers to be able to expand their customer service support globally without having to worry about hiring. Lots and lots of different agents with different skill sets in terms of language as a result of intelligent algorithms or chat bots answering huge numbers of queries. The people still working in context centers will most probably be employed to deal only with the most complex and challenging customers shoes or the ones that chat. Bots have not been given permission to deal with Dimitri acts of believes that this is how huge numbers of context centers will soon operate we've managed to sell this technology to some of the largest brands, so very big companies expressed a lot of interest in the technology that I've built we believe that in the next five years every single company will have some sort of artificial intelligence and their customer service peration. They're looking. To grow a revenue by five hundred percent for the next three years. So it's really a fast-growing technology company as with every technology. Wave new businesses will be built this time on the back of AI. I think something else will happen to recent times have been hard for many high street retailers in the US and Europe in the face of competition from online companies what I think we're now beginning to see is it yet bigger divide emerge between companies that are investing in and embracing technologies and those are unable or unwilling to do so. So just how is online shopping being transformed? I'm Susan overcame business development director for site, which is visual search company based in Tel Aviv. The company.
"business development director" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Bryant branch locations, Michael Cohen reporting live for WWE NewsRadio nine fifty new poll out that shows Michigan is likely to be the next state to legalize recreational marijuana use. But some supporters are still concerned about the fate of proposal one inside the reef of medical marijuana dispensary on eight mile near Van Dyke and Detroit operations and business development director rush Assan says opposition. Is strong and organiz right now. Pretty close. I want to say it's going to win. Educate. The Detroit News WD IV pole of six hundred likely voters was conducted September thirtieth to October second. The issue will be decided by voters on November sixth if passed growers processors, transporters and retailers would have to be state licensed and collect ten percent sales tax for schools roads and municipalities where the businesses are located some estimates say that would generate up to one hundred forty million dollars in annual tax revenue for the state. Michigan state police are reviewing surveillance tapes in talking to family members after a freeway shooting early this morning left a man in critical condition. The shooting happened on the shelf field freeway at seven mile someone shot out the back window of a Jeep striking to men in another car. The second man is in stable condition. Police say neither victim is talking to police about what happened officers say they have recovered evidence from the scene. Meantime, a man is in critical condition and a suspect under arrest after a shooting overnight in midtown when steak. Police say the discovered the victim at Woodward and Alexandrine after hearing shots fired around two thirty in the morning. He gave a description of the suspect vehicle officers say they then approached that suspect vehicle in the suspect. Drove at police shots were fired at the vehicle. The suspect wasn't hit. The suspect was taken into custody and now faces charges and as we heard from CBS news at the top of the hour. Toyota is recalling two point four million of its hybrids globally because of a condition that could cause them to stall for many of these hybrids. This is a second recall because the first one didn't fix the problem..
"business development director" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Pass right now. It looks like it's pretty close. I want to say it's gonna win. Educate. Operations and business development director rush Hassan says the reef would operate as a medical dispensary, regardless of the fate of prop one. But if it passes he says, the state could be the real winner because you could generate up to one hundred and forty million dollars in tax revenue. Reporting live Mike Campbell, doubling j NewsRadio nine fifty new number is released for the state of Michigan your record high number of opioid related deaths. Preliminary data shows more than one thousand nine hundred of the nearly twenty eight hundred overdose deaths in Michigan last year war related to opioids that is up nine percent of twenty sixteen and soft in a set VIN is with the Michigan department of community health. Some of that increase is the change in the definition. Michigan is now aligning our opioid related. Duck definition with the US center for disease control and prevention that added opium an unspecified narcotics. To our total. Wayne County had the largest number of opioid deaths had five hundred seventy three followed by McComb with two hundred and eighty five teens and young adults say. Cyberbullying is a serious problem for people their age, but guess what? More and more senior citizens are being bullied at adult daycare assisted living, even by their families, Redford attorney Antonio Harbin lamb is with Great Lakes legal mediation division. She says one in five seniors is being bullied online by caregivers other residents one in five and she says people are bullied over what they wear how they sit how they chew it's petty. It is and it could be down to someone stress. What they're eating how they're sitting where they're sitting. You know? No, you're often looking for clicks in an environment. You know, people that are sticking together. And they only want certain people at their table. We really are going back to high school in some of these situations. And you would think at this age in a facility, or you know, an environment that is promoting seniors. You would want just a peacefulness and a good quality of life. But sometimes this is not going on. She says if you are placing someone in a facility, make sure you ask if they have an anti bullying policy. She also says if you're a target practice standing up for yourself practice, being polite, but assertive saying things like that is so rude. Why would you say that how harmful is that? What if someone said that to you Antonia Harbin lamb says if you witness someone being bullied stand up for the victim and say something dozens of high school kids are in Warren this morning. Watching what it takes to build a truck. WWE's Charlie Lynton reporting live and local it's all part of manufacturing day across the state, Charlie. That's right manufacturing day was started back in two thousand twelve as a way to show students the opportunities in the manufacturing area. In today about sixty high school students from Cohn county will see a light duty Dodge Ram pickup truck actually being assembled here. At the Warren truck plant, Wendy, she's head of supply chain manufacturing four Fiat Chrysler. And she says, there's a labor shortage. So there's opportunities here in the manufacturing world. And so for the first time, many of them get to see what is manufacturing, and you actually get to see things moving down the line a product being made in the United States. That's really exciting, especially when that we have that transforms into a consumer product, what's right about a lot of them would like one of those dodge trucks there about four thousand parts will be assembled very quickly on the line reporting live here at the Warren truck, look, Charlie Langton, WJ NewsRadio nine fifty again. Whether together every ten minutes on the eighth day. News time nine. From the idol Dom motor group traffic.
"business development director" Discussed on Job Ready Employer Says Yes
"Joe Brady employer says yes this program is presented by educate- education and innovation. In this episode. We look at what makes a good team, and what the devil is cultural fit. What back unity wharf in London? The offices of Britannica digital learning for two hundred and fifty years Britannica has operated in the learning space with this kind of history. They know a thing too about building successful teams. My conversation starts with Caroline Kennard. Who is the international business development director, and we start by looking at cultural fit. That's where the values of the company and the qualities of the people merge to create a successful business. My first question to Catalan with what she's looking for in people who want to join the company Frossard, it's all about the passionate desire. Sometimes doesn't matter so much about their background all that Korea. It's about whether we think they're a good fit for the business. And they want to join the family we describe ourselves as a family as well. We hear more and more. From our discussions of companies in the puck Cox. Coach will fit has almost superseded the need for me. Would you agree with? I agree with that one hundred percent. The culture here. What would you say? It was like. I'd say very supportive of each other. We're a team we'll work together. And. Slightly aggressive in a way because we want to be successful. And we all successful as a business and supporting education as I said before is very important all of us. I don't see my job as a job as a nine to five. I work very different hours because of the territories are, whoa cancer. Sometimes I can be working on a Saturday or Sunday. But then I may take Friday off. So it's flexible and every day is different the challenges we face we see as put Unity's, and again, that's the type of people we bring into the business. Would you think of employees would say where we are? Insert computer treats me being well, what they did was what distinguishes you you treat people. Well, we allow people to make mistakes because we think that's part of the learning curve. And again, we see a mistake is an opportunity we allow people to say responsibility. So if we if they come up with a really good idea, we'll say, okay, let's run without what people do need on your team to do that. And I think a lot of companies don't do that we do that for new graduates, plus people that have been here for many years. It's open communication, and I think that's what people would say. Cuddling says success comes from the people. You employ this exploration of cultural fit takes us to Emma cork, the UK sales manager who sent his on the skills and qualities required to be successful in the sales department, which is the engine room of any successful business. Well, I'm really passionate about for ten COPA. Civilize would be working are truly believe in the product is absolutely fantastic. Only it great cross curricular results will see all departments within the school. That's huge cost saving. So why wouldn't every school? Have pretend Cup is Bill may. Show. You have passion you see the point of the product. What time your skills in April you to which it bluntly sell these things to people go being ABSA believe you have to believe in the products. He didn't have to be outgoing. And to actually has to be tight. Knife announcement stand up and get an elegant and still fiddle. Resilience, and you have to have serious resilient. Yes. By brand of you. Go. To do this in your sometime. No. But wait where did you come from Chevy viewer console at in educational sells of just over twenty years now sincerest publishes within that twenty years? I think as university, I should careful. Three to two cats. Did you find out a draw? Finding a job. It's hold on a really done. I think he'd confidence in your own ability which have ever I've never felt so many thing leave out not guys suppose for personal element. It might be nice to do it to grade something I love history, the chew of love or maybe something social work. I would have I would apply to on that. It's not a massive for grad. More and more people are coming to us with that view through the podcast that university is not the kind of essential school university job feature that was partly because people learn different ways income at information and indeed away of learning if you like without having gone university, I'm playing some of that state that didn't deny levels already flange, actually. And he was actually on the best house people we ever had. He really was says not all about what's up is all about getting on with people in poverty being that person. That's going to drive is when I went on implying someone I'm looking for the personality. That's what I'm looking for. And not looking for one in history. I tell you whatever it might be. I just love someone who I think is quite tame and has a willingness to. Sedate? Well. So as we've heard in terms of cultural fit immorally personality as supremely important in Britannica employees. We round up our conversations with Luke Saunders Luksa graduate who recently joined the team. We ask him what attracted him to the business how he got the job and what he felt was important in terms of personal development and growth within the company. Lou. You're coke executives that right yet. That's correct. Luke. How long have you be working with encyclopedia? So I've been -pedia Britannica now for just two months, and did you work somewhere else before I actually recently graduated from university studied juggle, the university of Portsmouth or actually went traveling which funny hasn't relinquished my job role, I suppose and the ecstasy's my graduate jolt now. So you were the wonderful university of the studying geography one day you thought going to go traveling. And then as they thought I'd over I'm going to do for encyclopedia Britannica. It all came down. When I came back from traveling off what was about, Tom. All ready started my career, and it was something. I loot science encyclopedia Britannica came for an assessment they and on the day always met by a lot of clients in the south industry and one the Saddam familiar inside Begic pretended cult because of the prospect that was going on there and the opportunity with travel related as well. So tell us about can assessment with lots of different companies or just inside botanical. What did you do? Yes. Someone that they are turned up, and he started is a big group of forty people clients in the south sites around the room and process of nation dependent on the different Tulse. We had the day that was down for women. And then at the end we had the opportunity to speak with clients that may have been interested enough and see what we can do from there, and how were you assessed reassessed by how much, you know, about numbers of our lectures, one hundred work. It was all her personality. Arcana found. One of the toss was an elevator. Pitch more I ever in that area. And where we had to stand up for thirty seconds and set ourselves in thirty seconds as what would be good in the row, and we'll make a stand out and then off the there was some group talks and they were just assessed enough for today. Individuals how it team as a leader as well. So what was it about encyclopedia retirement? You felt much who were so on the day. I go to speak to the encyclopedia Britannica team Andrew in that conversation. We were talking about what I've been doing while I would like to achieve in the future off that discussion are really did feel. This was this company for me in terms of why could achieve and there was cop on that. And for me as an individual knowing that there's a limit to why can do in the company is great for me tonight. And that's why licensor Britannica. So we know the company does. But what's the company ethos ins- in towns of employment? What does it feel like to work here? It's great. I mean, there's always the stereotype around when you first entered company. It was really nice. And I'm sure you'll be aware of that for straightway from came in ever made me feel settled individual conversations of every single member of each team in the company, and it really come through in that environment. And no go to any one of those individuals and really come to win a discussion with them. So what sort of team is is teamed like when you roll for Oxford eight people in the one line all doing the same thing and some shows them or is it more like the arsenal. Fukuoka free-flowing kind of creative. I hope also team is it's one of those teams were everyone knows got to pull their white. What about that is no one needs to be reminded of that it just happens? And at one person is struggling the other people that to help out and we do our job, and I've already noticed that in the show spice of tell him being here. So it's a supportive coach. Yes. Absolutely. So you of be working here for two months, you're very happy going to make a lot of money. Do you think you will go within the company? Do you think you'll stay here? You think you have to move on sunset of progression loop life from two months serving two months in for of grown as a person in terms of the south sets of in Britannica already valued member of the team had meetings with individuals within ready for comfortable and in terms of progression. Definitely seeing self moving forward within Britannica for me. That's great. No. That's a prospect for me. Personally, you too you too gap period might be year might be less we advise young people to do not solve thing. Yes. Absolutely. And that was something our had planned off the university is the side of my friends. We're gonna go travel in phila-. Everyone needs that bright between -cation going into work, and it made me feel all mature myself. And that was really ready to start in my career important tip for young people starting out. Someone really felt that the gap was just getting away from it all something we have mature when you're getting back into that mindset, which says work his important. Also, the tips can you offer to young people to get back into the real world? If you like. That's a great point. Because when I was traveling of painful said I've taught imagine going home, but it's always important to realize some point that travel period will end, and when you get home you really need to get into that zone. When you're not just reminiscent about traveling this traveling that it's really important to really think. Now is my time to really start got some stories to tell and even traveling. It's something that you can tell people that you've done that you stand out. It's great for the and also makes you as an individual look adventurous, and that's all really like about in terms of traveling. But it's great to come back. And remember it's now time to start your career and the best tip. I would give is just to remain yourself and just use that travel in adventure as a way to promote yourself that shows you went into venturous, and it gives you that extra step ahead of someone else maybe in the same area. So we're coming to map the area where you're just presenting yourself for job presenting yourself for interview have. Tok-su mates. And all that for what do you think is the worst thing you can do it and into off in the worst thing you can do an interview is sometimes come across way too confident. And that's something for me, personally, a very talkative. So it was important to be comfortable overconfident of what I noticed that the assessment day to some individuals have the personality, but some of them one real good in portray in in a way that would be good in the workplace. And that's why I think's important is remember him where you want assessment, they remembering the reason you're as the stand out, but be able to be Lutai. Some could be valid member of a team one day. We'll be your tip. The best thing you could do interview. Or do you have other things that you would advise people to the best thing to do an interview? It's just to be yourself. I think that's essentially something very standard way decided out. But if you all yourself and the clients and other people around the room can see that. Then they'll not that ended up if they choose you as that. Ersan and your difference. What you wrote an assessment, I that's the person that used on the day. So it just be yourself feel confident. I just give it your best shot really in terms of appearance. How'd you think you should look when you go for an hundred when you? But definitely offing is definitely important to present yourself in a way that really shows your vitamin business. You want to be four more and again appearance on this segment is very key. How we've been talking to Luke saunas who's an executive at encyclopedia Britannica he's giving you a lot of ticks look. Thank you so much. Thank you very much. So there we have it. According to Britannica, cultural fit involves passion for the product personality mutual support and resilience cultural fit. We think it's like chili con Carney. Everyone has their own recipe. But the key ingredients for success of the same. You'll find us online at educate dot biz job ready. 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"business development director" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Entrepreneurs
"Business development director, visit business development person to work in the London area. I think those will be meaningful things in the over the course of the next several years. We will probably expand that footprint. The ecommerce side is, you know, we were just talking about how we grew this in a unorthodox way without. That without showrooms in ecommerce now I think we're ready for that. We've I've been always been a little bit hesitant about it because our product is a bit. I would say complex for typical ecommerce situation. It's not a click and by there's a lot of configuration, we offer hundreds of different finishes and configurations and sizes, and even on any one given skew. So we've always been a little bit hesitant to think that product is amenable to that, but we've now made the determination that we can do that that we can offer online configuration online purchasing a really meaningful way. And that's is when we look at what we're trying to do from a strategic standpoint, we again, we're doing this old line thing, people at the making decorative objects out of medal for thousand years. That's not particularly innovative. We think the way that we, we look at it, we do look at ourselves as an innovation company, even though that's not we're not creating the next internet wave or during cancer. Something we think that we are in innovation company in this. Mall and incremental ways that we change this business that we're in meaning, how do we sustain artisanal craft, handmade craft? How do we offer a completely made to order product but do it in a way that is relevant to the modern world? And so much of that for us has to do with reducing the barriers between this beautiful object that's made in Charleston. And our clients, we always talk about reducing the friction that our clients have because people generally say, oh, this amazing, it's beautiful work. It's made by bay by hand by craftsman. That's really attractive. What are the barriers then? Why why would someone not by that is lead time? Is it a price point is at the way that we offer it for sale? And that leads to this point about ecommerce because of the way the world works these days, even products like ours, I think you know, we, we don't think that all of our clients. I want to do business with us online, but a significant portion of them will in it, it's twenty or twenty five percent who can self-serve configure their product online. We break down one more barrier between our clients and what we're doing in Charleston for us that's to win. Is this a slight pivot away from the b. two b. side into woods, a customer who might just won't tool three lumps for the house? Or are you sticking with the business model, which is a bit mobile to be? Well, I think it's both. I think it will certainly make our product a little available a little more broadly. I think clients now or let's say homeowners now or consumers might get on our website now and not. We do sell to consumers now, so it's not a departure from what we do. But if you were to go on our website right now, you would probably feel like we're not necessarily set up to do business with you, and we want to remove that obstacle, but even still the vast majority of our business, we think will always be with the design trades. They are the ones who understand our product. They're the ones. Who have the help place our product, educate the homeowner or the restaurant owner, whoever on with the value of our product and help navigate them through that process.
"business development director" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"You may have heard Wendy Jones's program on this station Wendy has been a guest on my, program before just not on this station it. Was on c. k. w. w. where I was before And So, Wendy I have talked about, this but but we haven't put these people on the other side of the hot. Seat they've been in the hosts chair, before but we're going to talk about next steps for seniors in what they, do and I. Will I will let these nice ladies who are joining me in studio this. Afternoon introduce themselves. To you could morning Lisa good, morning Brian and good, morning. Marianne good, morning. Brian I think it is good to have you both. Here I appreciate. It tell us first off we'll start with. Mary-anne what is it that you do at the company and give us a little bit of your background in the? Business I'm a senior placement specialists and Wendy Jones started next up for seniors back in March of two thousand. Twelve so Wendy and I both had a heart for in a passion for helping seniors and their. Families we both have a background in the healthcare. Field and so she started this company and I came on board about three months. Later so I've been doing that With her part time and then I. Also work fulltime for divinity homecare as well as. Us get skilled homecare company it's something insurance us pay for and I'm blessed to. Be able to do both It seems to me that. Home care is is just going to grow by. Leaps and bounds over. The next probably, thirty years, is that, your impression as, well it really is because a lot of the, hospitals what they're doing they have. Started something called an accountable care organization so. It's the hospitals it's the physicians it's this the rehabs the, homecare companies and they all have a. Stake in the game meaning there's money tied to it so there kind of bonuses at. The end, so they're trying to reduce reduce readmission rates in the. Hospital. Reduce emission rates. In the skilled rehabs so everybody is transitioning home either with skilled home care for physical therapy, or private duty so yes and the hospitals went readmission rates to be reduced also absolutely that is key that's in the. Accountable care organization is actually monitors all of the the finances up that Lisa you are the, business development specialist at air business development director and next steps for seniors tell us.
"business development director" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
"Prime minister said the action had been both legally and morally right to prevent further human suffering a report says up to a third of people born during the nineteen eighties and nineties may never be able to afford to buy their own home the resolution foundation think tank says thirty four percent of the millennial generation could be renting when they retire out from the current figure of twenty three percent the director of the resolution foundation torsten bell told us people who rented privately needed to be given more longterm security the no reason why we shouldn't have indeterminate tendencies that it needs to have these every annual things yes people can be moved out if they break the lease or the landlord needs to move back in but indeterminate tendencies of the norman sweden switzerland scotland it can be done and we need some forms of light touch rent stabilization alongside but that would give people bringing up kids the security they need to have a decent home a former director of the controversial data company cambridge analytica has told this program about the kind of work it offered to carry out for the brexit campaign group leave dotty you britney kaiser says the firm put together a detail strategy on high group could target voters by analyzing their personalities she'll appear before a committee of mp's this morning to discuss the campaign which is being investigated by the electoral commission cambridge analytica denies doing any paid or unpaid work for leave dotty you miss kaiser who until last month was the company's business development director told us about the firm's proposal the proposal for how we were going to assist the leave eu campaign was to undertake psychographic research understanding people's personality profiles in order to develop different clusters of individuals how they saw the world why they would or wouldn't be interested in the united kingdom leaving the european union we put together a very detailed strategy on how they could match combine and model data sets in order to find these target audiences to communicate to a judge in new york has reject added an attempt by president trump's personal lawyer michael cohen to prevent prosecutors reading files ceased out his officers and home last week among those in court wants the porn actress stormy daniels who says she was paid by mr cohen to.