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26 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Michael Goldberg. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Michael Goldberg, often where they are interviewed.

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26 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Michael Goldberg. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Michael Goldberg, often where they are interviewed.

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Michael Goldberg, one of the principals and founders of Collins St Value Fund, was kind enough to talk to us for 90 minutes yesterday about how CSVF became one of the best performing funds in Australia, achieving a 13.5 percent return in 2019-20 compared with the ASX 200 Index which was down 7.7 percent.
Aug 20 2020 · 1hr 29mins
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Interview: Michael Goldberg - Contrary

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Michael Goldberg is the Founder & Portfolio Manager of the Collins St Value Fund, a funds management company based in Melbourne.
Michael’s history as an investor and adviser culminated with the launch of their own fund in 2015. His style of investing can be characterised as high conviction and contrarian, meaning he and Vas back themselves into ideas that others would find uncomfortable. Michael prides himself on his team’s boots on the ground due diligence which, as we explore in the podcast, can result in more than a few interesting stories.
Michael’s entrepreneurial tendencies and business savviness began long before he became a professional investor. For example, Michael started his own disruptive cleaning business in Israel after seeing an opportunity whilst he pursued his studies.
This episode is rich with lessons for life, investing, the research process, money and business. I’ll listen back to this one a few times. I hope you enjoy it.
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The information in this podcast is general financial advice only. That means, the advice does not take into account your objectives, financial situation or needs. Because of that, you should consider if the advice is appropriate to you and your needs, before acting on the information. In addition, you should obtain and read the product disclosure statement (PDS) before making a decision to acquire a financial product. If you don’t know what your needs are, you should consult a trusted and licensed financial adviser who can provide you with personal financial product advice.c
Aug 12 2020 · 1hr 13mins

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Michael Goldberg | Who Ya Know Show

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On this episode of the Who Ya Know Show, Trevor, Mark, and Foster speak with Michael Goldberg about the importance of having a job search strategy.
Jul 15 2020 · 1hr 6mins
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Michael Goldberg - The Top 5 Skills and Tools Recruiters Need For 2020 & Beyond

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I had the pleasure of interviewing Michael Goldberg with Hiring Transformed on the Relevant Recruiter Show. Michael is the owner and founder of Hiring Transformed. Hiring Transformed is focused on transforming recruiting professionals into high performing superheroes.

Michael has seen a need in the market to help underperforming recruiters and recruiting teams by creating custom strategies that help drive results. No matter the size of the organization, Michael helps build or redesign recruiting functions, train leaders and recruiters on recruiting, sourcing, and interviewing, and serve as a Recruiting Leader advisor to ensure success. He shares his journey from internal talent acquisition to starting his own consulting firm. He then took a real deep dive into The Top 5 Must Have Recruiting Practices For 2020 & Beyond. 

There is so much value in this interview and Michael gives practical things that you can take action on today. 

In this episode:

  • Highlights of Michael’s personal life
  • How Michael got into the recruiting space
  • His focus on corporate
  • Big trends in the recruiting space
  • Building the relationship by getting to know them
  • Skills are learned trade
  • Recruiters need to be story-tellers
  • AI platforms
  • Using LinkedIn as a recruiting help
  • One tip for competitive advantage on 2020


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Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dallasmichaelgoldberg/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/SuperRecruiter


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Caring For Your Mental Health with State Rep. Tami Gouveia and Dr. Michael Goldberg

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Navigating the stress and uncertainty of the coronavirus pandemic is challenging for all of us. On the mic with Ed Markey is State Rep. Tami Gouveia and Dr. Michael Goldberg, who will talk about how to care for your mental health during this crisis.
May 18 2020 · 40mins
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S3E4: Michael Goldberg and Something Special Studios

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Michael Goldberg walks us through the founding of Something Special Studios, a full-service creative agency based in New York. From Spatial Design to Branding and Strategy, they've worked with established companies such as Nike and Calvin Klein. Michael explains how he has approached instilling a culture within his agency, building a community around his work, and the importance of leaving room for personal projects and collaboration.
Apr 27 2020 · 55mins
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Michael Goldberg: Diabetic Party-Tricks

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Mike was never someone who liked being told what to do. Growing up with learning disabilities and ADHD, he struggled through high school, until finally discovering what the admonition, “You need to apply yourself,” meant for him. When he was diagnosed with diabetes at the age of fourteen, he used this opportunity to look at things through the lens of a challenge, as opposed to tragedy. Together we explore the role humour plays in living with what he refers to as, “The war stories of illness and disability;” including, “diabetic party-tricks” from the Diabetic Talent Show. We also talk surgeries, recovery, and prescription drugs, and what to do when the hope of finding a solution seems lost.

Mike has over 16 years experience working with children, adolescents and young adults with developmental disabilities, autism, and learning exceptionalities. He is also the co-founder of the research initiative Alliance of Heroes. You can find more information by checking out www.counsellingandbehaviour.com and www.allianceofheroes.org.

If you have comments or feedback for the show, I'd love to hear from you! If you're a therapist and interested in being a guest on the show, I'd love to hear from you too! Contact me at ari@wytpod.com. Maybe something you write can be featured on an upcoming episode.

If you enjoyed this episode, please take a moment to rate us and leave a review at Apple Podcast, or share this episode with a friend. Your support means so much. 

Finally, if you live in/around the Halton area and have concerns about yourself, your child, or a loved one, please feel free to visit my website www.intunecounselling.com and drop me a line.

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Apr 07 2020 · 43mins
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376 Knock Out Networking Michael Goldberg

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Both those who fear attending networking events and those who want to improve their skills will find unique value in this conversation between Michael Goldberg and I. Michael is a networking expert who approaches from the perspective of building relationships, trust, and mutual benefits.
Look for like-minded people, he urges, that will yield the results you want.
Click here to get the transcript for this podcast!
I’m excited about what you’ll hear today:
Why networking has more impact than advertising or cold callsHow involvement in social media can hurt our ability to make powerful connectionsThe importance of finding like-minded peopleThe personal qualities of an effective networkerThe power of using the word, “we.”
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Michael is a networking specialist, educator, author, and “amateur boxer” - his firm Knock Out Networking helps professionals (like a boxer might do in the ring!) make more and better connections.
Connect with Michael on https://www.linkedin.com/in/megoldberg/ or https://twitter.com/MEGoldberg
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Mar 30 2020 ·
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Michael Goldberg: The Power of Storytelling in Recruiting Talent for Your Company

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Telling a story is the quickest way to gain a person’s attention. The challenge in recruiting is telling a story that is compelling to the person you need to hire. And to top it off your story is just like everyone else and it is all about you!

What if we wrote each story differently than everyone else. Would we get better results? Damn right you will, and today my guest and I are out to prove it!

Today’s Quote: 

"Storytelling is the essential human activity. The harder the situation, the more essential it is." - Tim O'Brien

Our guest today: Michael Goldberg, Founder & CEO of Hiring Transformed

Recruiting Strategist, Talent Finder, and Hiring Manager Whisperer all describe Michael who advises and coaches Talent Acquisition Leaders through roadblocks. The biggest obstacle is the ability of both recruiters and Hiring Managers to tell stories that are authentic and engaging.  Michael also assists talent organizations with strategies to increase productivity, create strong recruiter/hiring manager partnerships, and lead change management initiatives.

Today we are going to cover 

  • The importance of storytelling in recruiting
  • How to tell a better story and the framework for recruiting success

Why is storytelling important?

  • Give me people now, make sure they are qualified and let’s just get them in the door and we will be able to close them. 
  • Don’t take the time to engage, just jump in and let’s go
  • Don’t know how to kick off relationships.
  • Jump right into it about the position
  • Most people are not responded

People don’t respond to your messages... Why?

  • Very overwhelming
  • 4-5 times a day
  • Information overload
  • The same exact message
  • Timing
  • Area of interest
  • Miss-targeting, misinformed

Rick’s Input

  • Text, email, social feeds (paid media)

How do we do it?

  • Start with a Story
  • The story is told voice to voice!
  • Humanize it
  • Don’t run the story at 30,000 feet
  • Capture their attention in a job posting or messaging
  • Could be done as a video or as a blog
  • Goal is to get to a phone call

Structure of the story

  • Create the Hero- someone within the company
    • A successful employee
    • Should be a peer
    • Makes it more relatable
  • Mission or goal and share the obstacles are/were (targeting)
    • Immediate and concrete to create rapport to create a connection
    • “Have you been in a situation like this before?”
  • Resolution (get over the obstacles & hit goals… or it didn’t work out, what would you do differently
    • About showing, not just telling
    • “Imaging yourself just completing X. You have worked with Sally and Joe and were able to overcome these major obstacles. You were able to deliver X with your team....Like selling a car “Imagine yourself behind the wheel of…” 

Rick’s Nuggets

  • The story should not be about you
    • Try to make the person you are trying to recruit the hero
  • Design the story to a specific pain that the person may have
    • Make it relatable to that specific person
  • Tool for crafting messaging
  • Crystal Knows- messaging

Key Takeaways:

  • Build trust through strategically crafted stories and will help recruiters differentiate themselves from others.
  • Storytelling can take different forms depending on where the storyteller plans on sharing info. Videos, Blogs, & Social Media posts but videos prevail because it is the best way to create trust between the recruiter and the candidates.
  • Storytelling should be told throughout the recruiting process.  Not only by recruiters but by hiring managers and would-be peers 
Nov 21 2019 · 22mins
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Michael Goldberg - Author, Speaker & Consultant (EPS 121)

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Frank Agin, founder and president of AmSpirit Business Connections and host of Networking Rx, interviews Michael Goldberg (@MEGoldberg), author of Knock-Out Networking. Together they talk about using networking to get more prospects, more referrals and more business.

For more information on AmSpirit Business Connections and its franchise opportunity program, contact Frank Agin at frankagin@amspirit.com or visit http://www.amspirit.com/franchise.php.

Nov 07 2019 · 31mins