In today’s episode I sat down with Raj Nathoo, for an enlightening and interesting conversation on the ingredients to take medium sized businesses to a level of success and sustainability they crave. Through the lens of learning and development, Raj provided us so many ways to look at people and the ways in which they are the most important factor in an organisation’s success.
He gave us stories, examples, insights and facts - to weave a story of learning and relevance for all organisations seeking to make a difference and create a workplace that people are proud of.
Here’s a summary of what we discussed:
07:12 - the incorrect focus of recruitment
10:30 - why motivations matter
13:26 - why technology is no longer a differentiator
15:05 - the true differentiators nowadays
18:22 - The Lemon Tree hotel example
26:47 - how Zappos infused their staff
32:40 - the journey from South Africa
40:10 - the medium sized organisation status quo
50:42 - a huge opportunity for these organisations
and much more…
Here’s some information about our guest:
Raj Nathoo, CEO & Founder of Keystone Active Learning
I have a passion for education and professional development and hence love helping people that want to progress in their career. This passion grew out of growing up in a country where racial segregation laws prevented people from reaching higher levels of achievement and success. I learned very early that education and self-determination are keys to your personal growth and success.
Books Mentioned During the Conversation:
Here’s some information about my co-host:
Founder & CEO, the Doctor of Self Worth
Check out our previous episode here.
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