a talk with Dr. Tim Baker
The cavnessHR podcast – A talk with Dr. Tim Baker
Below is the link to the PDF version of the show notes
Dr Tim Baker is a thought leader, international consultant and successful author (www.winnersatwork.com.au). Tim was recently voted as one of The 50 Most Talented Global Training & Development Leaders by the World HRD . . .
January 9, 2018
I trust that everyone had a great holiday.
I kept pretty busy for the last few weeks. I filed the yearly Business and Occupation tax for cavnessHR. But since we did not have a certain amount of revenue. We were exempt from paying this for 2017.
I was interviewed for a book which will be titled either "Micro-Businesses & Side . . .
A talk with Todd Dean
The cavnessHR podcast – A talk with Todd Dean
Below is the PDF version which includes links back to the YouTube video of the talk.
Todd Dean, a Montana native and natural ‘Deal Maker’ has been connecting people and businesses in the entrepreneurialinvestment community for years.
Besides being a key partner at Dean Jones Partners . . .
a talk with Ben Eubanks
The cavnessHR podcast – A talk with Ben Eubanks
Ben Eubanks is the Principal Analyst at Lighthouse Research & Advisory.
He has authored dozens of reports, eBooks, and more than one thousand articles, maintains upstartHR, a blog that has touched the lives of more than 900,000 business leaders since its inception, and hosts “We’re Only . . .
a talk with Chris Oltyan, CEO of Rebric.io
The cavnessHR podcast – A talk with Chris Oltyan, CEO at Rebric.io
The PDF version of the show notes is at this link.
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a talk with Maja Karlsson
The cavnessHR podcast – A talk with Maja Karlsson, her company Silver Rain Coaching & Consulting based in Kelowna, BC Canada, and coming at her work from a place of huge curiosity, Maja weaves in concepts of wellness, leadership and emotional intelligence into all the things she does. Her “why” stems from a belief that if we all pay more . . .
This has been a busy and eventful year for cavnessHR. Below we will cover the year in review for cavnessHR.
At the beginning of 2017, we had a few goals for cavnessHR. One of the goals was to have 100 paying customers by the end of 2017. This ended up being a very unrealistic and probably a very foolish goal. At the end of the year, we ended . . .