Potholes, foundations and cathedrals - how to attract and keep appropriate people.
The People and Process Podcast
by Kirsten Gibbs and James Crawley
1y ago
This time James and Kirsten talk about employer brand, and what it means for how you can attract and retain the good people you want for your business. If you enjoyed this, why not leave a review?    ..read more
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Building plans, scores and stage directions - why do you need process if you have good people?
The People and Process Podcast
by Kirsten Gibbs and James Crawley
1y ago
In this episode, talent expert James Crawley and process geek Kirsten Gibbs talk about whether process or people is the most important thing to get right in business. If you enjoyed this, why not leave a review?    ..read more
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Marshmallows, drills and becoming - defining the soft stuff.
The People and Process Podcast
by Kirsten Gibbs and James Crawley
1y ago
In this month's episode, James and Kirsten discuss what 'the soft stuff' is for a business, how you define it, and whether it can ever be too late to think about what your 'soft stuff' is. If you enjoyed this, why not leave a review?    ..read more
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Round pegs in dodecahedronal roles - appropriate and inappropriate people
The People and Process Podcast
by Kirsten Gibbs and James Crawley
1y ago
In this episode, James and Kirsten discuss what makes people the right people for your business and your processes. If you enjoyed this, why not leave a review?    ..read more
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Maslow, Self Actualisation and the Gig Economy
The People and Process Podcast
by Kirsten Gibbs and James Crawley
1y ago
Are you helping your employees and customers to simply eat and put a roof over their heads, or are you helping them to meet higher needs?   Are your customers 'consumers' or 'participants'?  Does your organisation live up to its values? In this episode James and Kirsten discuss the relationship between values, brand, marketing and employer brand with Anwen Cooper from Get Fruitful Marketing. If you enjoyed this, why not leave a review?    ..read more
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Memory, emotion and evolution - what makes a good process
The People and Process Podcast
by Kirsten Gibbs and James Crawley
1y ago
In this episode, talent expert James Crawley and process geek Kirsten Gibbs discuss what makes a good process, and why processes don't always get adopted. If you enjoyed this, why not leave a review?    ..read more
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Pygmies, Anthropology and Cognitive Dissonance
The People and Process Podcast
by Kirsten Gibbs and James Crawley
1y ago
What's the difference between Employer Brand and Promise of Value?  Is your branding different from your brand?  Is all this just presentation?  In this episode James and Kirsten talk about all this with special guest Anwen Cooper of Get Fruitful Marketing.  If you enjoyed this, why not leave a review?    ..read more
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Borg, Bear traps and the Secret Diary of Adrian Mole
The People and Process Podcast
by Kirsten Gibbs and James Crawley
1y ago
In this episode, James and Kirsten discuss some of the pitfalls that lie in wait for businesses that want to adopt process, and how you can avoid them. If you enjoyed this, why not leave a review?    ..read more
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How do you measure your Promise of Value and Employer Brand?
The People and Process Podcast
by Kirsten Gibbs and James Crawley
1y ago
How do you know whether you are delivering on your Promise of Value/Employer Brand? In this episode Kirsten and James explore the signals that might tell you the answer to this question ..read more
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Sourdough, Orchestras and Windfarms
The People and Process Podcast
by Kirsten Gibbs and James Crawley
1y ago
How do you stop your company culture going stale?  How do make sure it constantly enlivens everything you do? In this month's chat, James and Kirsten discuss how to keep your Promise of Value and your Employer Brand (the soft stuff) fresh, vibrant and alive. If you enjoyed this, why not leave a review?    ..read more
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