Employee Review Process with Bryan Kelley [RR 625]
Remarkable Results Radio Podcast
Bryan Kelley, owner of Valley Automotive Electric, Covington, WA, and Chairman of ASA Northwest. Bryan’s previous episodes HERE.Hiring Practices RR 611 HumbleHungryPeople Smart Employee reviewsShould be a win for the business and a win for the internal customer (employees)The corporate review process tends to be about the business covering its backside- a reason to fire an employee with justification, and building an employee databaseIs your supervisor the person that should be doing employee reviews?- If you’re not around your employee more often than not being around them, then how are you able to do a full review? What is the pulse of the culture inside the business?Owners focus on KPI’s, building the business and building employees- but are you building your employees as a person? Are you making them better people?The more employees know and can do, the more they can do for you. Review process- you must have trust with all employees and management Schedule one on one informal meeting- listen to your employee and ask questions (Bryan goes to Thai restaurant) and give them a goal sheet- 1 year, 5 years, tomorrow both in work and personallySet peer review during 1 hour Friday lunches together- each employee discusses best and worst 3 things about themselves. The other employees can only respond by asking for clarification- no prejudging negatives or positives. Also rate themselves 1-3 with “Humble, hungry smart” Often times the team will rate you higher than you rate yourselfWhen everyone has had their individual turn, everyone can start discussing each otherIf no one talks, Bryan knows there's a problem Peer review matters more to an individual person- attitudes can affect business culture Thanks to Bryan Kelley for his contribution to the aftermarket’s premier podcast.Link to the ‘BOOKS‘ page, highlighting all books discussed in the podcast library HERE. Leaders are readers.Listen for free on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spreaker, iHeart Radio, Spotify, Podchaser, and many more. Mobile Listening APP's HEREFind every podcast episode HERE.Every episode is segmented by Series HERE.Key Word Search HERE.Be socially involved and in touch with the show:Facebook Twitter Linked In EmailJoin the Ecosystem - Subscribe to the INSIDER NEWSLETTER HERE.Buy me a coffeeGold Certification recognizes top-tier NAPA AutoCares with a high level of participation in the AutoCare program. The program was built by AutoCare Centers for AutoCare Centers to provide a consistent consumer experience, maximize technology leverage, and reward NAPA’s most committed partners. In other words, Gold Certified AutoCare Centers are the standard bearers for the AutoCare brand nationwide. Simply put, the Gold Certified NAPA AutoCare program, powered by your local shop brand, will separate you from the rest helping you boost your bay counts and your average repair orders.Learn more about NAPA AutoCare, Gold Certification, and the hundreds of other benefits the NAPA family has to offer by talking with your servicing NAPA store or visiting www.NAPAAutoCare.com.
Bryan Kelley, owner of Valley Automotive Electric, Covington, WA, and Chairman of ASA Northwest. Brian's previous episodes HERE.Key Talking Points: Understand what it is you’re looking for and be able to name the behaviors and qualities you are looking for Think of hiring like going on a first date- know what you’re looking for Tailor questions based on what you are specifically looking for in a candidate Bryan would rather work short-handed with good team members than hire the wrong candidate just to fill the spot Ask yourself “Do they fit the culture of the organization?” “Humble, Hungry, Smart” from “The Ideal Team Player” by Patrick Lencioni Smart- people smartRockstar or superstar?Rockstar- they want to stay in the position they're in Superstar- want to rise to continue to grow in the company If you truly care about people, they tend to care about you in return Look for indicators during the hiring process- ask key questions and dive into answersBring in other employees to gauge candidate together- each takes notes and compare after Explain the hiring process on a first phone call- phone screen, in-person interview, second interview/working interview, then profile assessment of the candidate. After that take them outside of the business to see how they really are. Reference checks. Post job description/job details with advertisement- should sound personable and engaging “The Culture Code” by Daniel CoyleWhat Bryan offers in terms of pay is based on what he sees- not set in stone, based on what he expects. Reevaluate after 90 daysThanks to Bryan Kelley for his contribution to the aftermarket’s premier podcast.Link to the ‘BOOKS‘ page, highlighting all books discussed in the podcast library HERE. Leaders are readers.Listen for free on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spreaker, iHeart Radio, Spotify, Podchaser, and many more. Mobile Listening APP's HEREFind every podcast episode HERE.Every episode is segmented by Series HERE.Key Word Search HERE.Be socially involved and in touch with the show: Facebook Twitter Linked In EmailJoin the Ecosystem - Subscribe to the INSIDER NEWSLETTER HERE.Buy me a coffeeSince 1989 TRACS has been the industry’s leading shop management system. And in the last 30 years it’s gotten better and better. Today TRACS Enterprise offers even more of the features AutoCare Center owners want—things like a powerful interactive scheduling calendar, faster and streamlined work flow, plus streamlined parts ordering and purchasing options. And there’s more—Punch-out to Mitchell ProDemand, mobile VIN capture, and multi-shop capabilities. That means you can count on TRACS Enterprise to help drive your success today and well into the future.Learn more about TRACS Enterprise and the hundreds of other benefits the NAPA family has to offer. Visit the NAPA Benefits Center, at www.napabenefitscenter.com or call the NAPA Benefits Center at 844-627-2123.
Bryan Kelley from Valley Automotive Guest and Shop Tour [AW 036]
Insights from guest host Bryan Kelley, Valley Automotive, Covington, WA and a tour of Bryan’s shop, and more. Your premier weekly video automotive aftermarket forum. Streaming on Facebook, LinkedIn, Youtube and aftermarketweekly.com #listentolearnjustonething #aftermarketstrong #aftermarketpodcast #thisiswhyipodcast #stronggetstrongerHiring PracticesVirtual Shop Tour at Valley Automotive, Covington, WATrivia: Olds Strongest-Longest ModelYour Fortune of the weekEmail Carm- mailto:email@example.comDorman gives people greater freedom to fix vehicles by constantly developing new repair solutions that put owners and technicians first. By always innovating, Dorman has led the way in growing the aftermarket. Here you will see a few examples of a Dorman OE Fix. An OE FIX is a Dorman repair solution you can’t get from the original equipment manufacturer. It means they found a situation where they believe the OEM wasn’t giving repair professionals what they wanted, so we fixed it. Everything Dorman does is centered around providing customer value, both in the quality of products, and the creativity of solutions. Our engineers and designers go out of their way to save repair technicians time and save vehicle owners money. Want to really go under the hood? Take the Dorman Virtual Tour at www.DormanProducts.com/Tour
Transforming Inmates Through Entrepreneurial Passion with Bryan Kelley
Sincerely, Hueman: Stories of Kindness and Doing Good
The U.S. has the highest prison and jail population in the world, with over two million people serving time in one of the country's correctional facilities. Each year, more than 600,000 people are released from state and federal prisons. These people are often unprepared to overcome the many obstacles they will soon face. During their time in prison, they may have cut contact with friends and family who could have otherwise supported them. Once they’re out, their criminal record also makes it extremely challenging to find a job and housing. This week's guest is Bryan Kelley, CEO of the Prison Entrepreneurship Program (PEP). PEP is an organization that connects inmates with executives, entrepreneurs, and MBA students to teach them valuable business skills. Bryan himself spent 22 years in prison and has lived through the struggles of starting again. Listen to Bryan's compelling story of redemption and personal transformation, a journey that led him to changing the lives of current and former inmates who need a second chance. Learn more about PEP: www.pep.org -- Learn more about Good Good Good: www.goodgoodgood.co Love our podcast? Please subscribe and share it with friends! Do us a HUGE favor — rate and leave us a review here. If you're changing the world through your brand and would like to advertise or sponsor our podcast, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org Follow us on Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn. Check out our other podcasts on Hueman Group Media here. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/sincerelyhueman/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sincerelyhueman/support
If you take away all the programs in Texas Department of Criminal Justice, that are volunteer based, you find any rehabilitative elements to our prison system. In fact, our system can sometimes hinder the really good programs from having a lasting impact. But if you look real closely you can find some really awesome ones. Prison Entrepreneurship Program is one of these programs. It takes inmates through some character, leadership, and businesses principles that when applied, can assure success. Bryan is a graduate of the program and now the CEO. His story will touch you as he shares how he almost went off the grid when his lawyer told him to man up. If you're looking for a great program to get involved with, check out PEP on the show notes. For more about PEP and all the show notes please click below. Show Notes: https://forgivenfelons.org/backgroundcheck How to get more involved: Leave a review and subscribe on iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/background-check-podcast/id1515831127 Learn about our Future Plans: https://www.forgivenfelons.org/future-plans Give to our organization: https://www.forgivenfelons.org/support
PEP - Prison Entrepreneurship Program - is a nonprofit organization that connects business people from the "outside" to prisoners on the inside to prepare them for a business life when they get their fresh start. And nobody would be more qualified to lead the organization than CEO Bryan Kelley. The CEO is for Chief Empowerment Officer and Bryan has walked the walk. Originally serving a life sentence, Bryan used the opportunity to get back in society to turn his life around and when he was asked to take over PEP, he was a natural and he was ready.Felony Inc Podcast with your hosts Dave Dahl and Ladd JustesenWe record the Felony Inc Podcast inside NedSpace in the Bigfoot Podcast Studio in beautiful downtown Portland.Audio engineer, mixer and podcast editor is Allon BeausoleilShow logo was designed by Carolyn MainWebsite was designed by Cameron GrimesProduction assistant is Chelsea LancasterTheme music "Free" written and recorded by Dave Dahl, all rights reserved, motherfuckersThis weeks podcast brought to you in part by soap-on-a-rope, when you don't want to drop stuffFelony Inc Podcast supports City Central Concern at centralcityconcern.org10% of gross revenue at Startup Radio Network goes to support women entrepreneurs in developing countries thru kiva.org/lender/markgrimesListen to the Felony Inc Podcast live on-air every Friday at 10:00am pacific time on Startup Radio Network at startupradionetwork.com