GREENVILLE, S.C. — Season Three of The Great Retention, a leading podcast geared for businesses looking to recruit and retain young professionals, drops next week with a wider array of guests.
Hosted by Kamber Parker, founder of the talent retention company, The YoPro Know, the Great Retentions focuses on how business leaders make strategic decisions to better attract and retain top young professional talent. The podcast can be found on Spotify, Apple Podcasts or on The YoPro Know website under resources.
Guest for the new season include:
David Hyde-Volpe: Chief Technology Officer at South Carolina-based The Vizius Group with a topic of “How To Prepare Talent For The Future Of AI With Expert.”
Joshua Trout, CEO of Encompass Health who will talk about “Mental Health and The Next Gen: How To Create A Culture Of Safety.”
Leslie Hayes, President of the Hayes Approach with “Having An Open Marriage Philosophy At Work.”
Julie Brown, Principal and Founder of the Boston-based JB|BD talking about “Strategic Networking In A Post-Pandemic World.”
TealHaus Strategies’ Lindsay Niedringhaus and Kate Dabbs, on “Building An Authentic Brand That Connects Others.”
Eric Weissmann of the Greenville, SC-based NEXT with “Invest In Mutually Beneficial Relationships.”
Angie Tinnell, President of North-Carolina-based Meridian Resources on how to “Create Generationally Diverse Teams.”
JD Solomon, the Founder of North Carolina-based JD Solomon, Inc. with “Passing Soft Skills Training To The Next Gen.”
Cleveland-based Amy Bircher, Owner of MMI Textiles, with “Raising Industry Awareness Through Apprenticeship.”
Tricia Hamilton, President of Baltimore’s Inside Out Coaching and Consulting with “Using Authentic Core Values To Connect With Next Gen Talent.”
“As always we are putting a spotlight on the issues in the workplace, but offering real and consistent solutions to them,” Parker said. “Our mission is to help create workforce that meets the needs of both employer and employee.”
About The YoPro Know:
The YoPro Know’s mission is to help businesses develop the future leaders of our workforce through research, education, and recruiting and retention consulting. Based in Greenville, S.C. with a national community, The YoPro Know promotes success in the workplace by being a bridge between ambitious young professionals and progressive businesses who want to recruit, engage and retain the. Learn more at www.yoproknow.com.
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