2 seasons in, and we’re just getting started! We’re taking a break from our regular blog posts and recapping the last year of our podcast, The Great Retention: With Kamber Parker. In other words, if you wanted to do a deep dive into episodes you did not catch yet, now is your chance.
When reviewing the first two seasons, we broke the episodes into a few different categories:
- Preparing For The Next Generation
- Tools For Attracting and Retaining Young Professionals
- Marketing Best Practices To Attract and Retain Top Talent
- Defining Cultural Trends To Attract and Retain Top Talent
Below, we’ve added a few key words and linked to each episode.
Preparing For The Next Generation
- Carlos Phillips (CEO & President at the Greenville Chamber): Giving YoPros A Spot At The Table
- Michelle LaFond (Founding Legal Counsel at Cocoon): Success Planning 101: Setting Your Team Up For Success
- Julio Hernandez (Assistant to the President for Community Outreach and Engagement, Clemson University): Collaborating With GenZ: Who, What, and How?
- Angela Gardner and Christi Powell (Women Talk Construction Podcast Hosts): Preparing Confident and Strong Young Leaders In The Construction Field and Beyond
- ElizabethDavis (President, Furman University): How Businesses Can Prepare For The Most Diverse Generation In History
- Tina Zwolinski and John Zwolinski (CEO and Chief Experience Officer, skillsgapp): Addressing the Skills Gap With GenZ and Games
Tools For Attracting and Retaining Young Professionals
- Jennifer Floyd (Founder, HR Experts on Demand): Understanding HR and Generational Trends
- Ebony Sullivan (COO, Cassy Electric): Are Hiring and Recruiting That Different In The Skilled Trades?
- Derek Pedersen (Founder, Author, Chocolatier, and Serial Entrepreneur): Intentional Hiring: Address Potential Success and Failures Before Day 1
- Sarah Henning (Owner and Principal Consultant, Shiftive): Scaling Up Management In A Post-Pandemic Workplace
- Bonus Episode, Kamber Parker (Founder and CEO, The YoPro Know): Recruiting GenZ The Smart Way (hint: it involves social media!)
Marketing Best Practices To Attract and Retain Top Talent
- Ramon Nieves-Lugo (Principal, UMG): Why Nano-Influencers Stand In The Way Of Your Hiring Process
- Lindsey McMillion Stemann (Principal and Owner, McMillion Consulting): Leveraging LinkedIn Authentically To Reach GenZ
Defining Cultural Trends To Attract and Retain Top Talent
- John Tripoli (Managing Director, Northwestern Mutual Greenville/Spartanburg): The Finance Industry’s Blueprint Is Changing: How Do You Adapt As A Leader?
- Brian Power (Vice President of Employee Benefits, Power & Walsh Insurance Advisors): What Benefits Should You Offer Young Professional Employees?
- Steve Hall (Vice President, Find Great People): Hybrid Work Is Here To Stay. How Do You Track Its Productivity?
- Nalisha Henry (Vice President of Community Impact, United Way): Impact Matters. Using Service As A Recruiting and Retention Tool
- Russell Stall (City Council Member): Using Community Impact To Engage Young Professionals
- George Campbell (Managing Partner, Campbell Teague): Creating An Entrepreneurial-Spirited Workplace Starts With Engagement And Culture
- Tim Justice (Business and Leadership Consultant): Mentoring As A Roadmap To Young Professional Success
As you can see, we’ve had a lot of guests on the show from a wide range of backgrounds, but they all have one thing in common. They have experience attracting and retaining top young professional talent.
Until next time, thanks for following along!