Jennifer Seith leads Randstad’s talent strategy and innovation team where she is responsible for creating technological solutions to innovate the company’s talent acquisition strategy. She plays an integral role in driving candidate acquisition and engagement, employment branding and recruitment technology systems for Randstad.
As a respected thought leader, Jennifer brings over 20 years of industry experience creating technological solutions that solve talent acquisition challenges on a global scale. She resides in Atlanta, GA and holds a master’s in business administration from Brown University as well as a master’s in business administration with a focus on entrepreneurship from the IE Business School in Madrid.
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Bart Fanelli is a sales leader, entrepreneur, executive advisor, and platform developer who specializes in team building, sales execution, sales leadership methodologies, and global operational efficiency. He also co-authored “The Success Cadence”.
He has deep experience in building, leading, and scaling technology teams committed to rapid growth. The hypergrowth of one of the teams he led was the subject of a 2017 article in the Harvard Business Review. He is the recipient of the Technology Services Industry Association’s STAR award for “innovation in expand selling,” and the founder and lead designer of Skillibrium, a powerful sales success execution platform.
Things You’ll Learn in This Episode
- What is upskilling?
- What is driving the conversation around upskilling in the business world?
- What do business leaders need to know now to help future-proof their business?
- What can employees do to prepare themselves now for future jobs?
- How does implementing a cadence of success lead to rapid-growth sales culture?
- In THE SUCCESS CADENCE, the point is made that leaders need to be willing to move outside of what is comfortable and familiar to grow at a rapid rate. What are some of those comfortable, familiar things that people always seem to cling to?
- What is a “momentum revolution” and how do you expand it from your sales team to the rest of the organization?
- What is the “Hockey Stick” growth pattern and why is it important?