Earlier this year we launched our DHG service guidelines, which outline how we serve our internal and external clients in order to deliver the ultimate client experience. Saari Gardner, our Director of Client Experience, joins us to talk about why knowledge share is an essential component in this process.
Life at DHG Podcast Series
At DHG, we’re currently celebrating our annual Month of Giving. This fall our team members voted to partner with the Alzheimer’s Association for the next 12 months. Joining us today from the Alzheimer’s Association is Ruth Drew, the Director of Information and Support Services. Ruth oversees nationwide efforts to enhance care and support for all of those affected by Alzheimer’s and other dementias.
Samantha Reeves is the Director of Talent Acquisition at DHG, and she has 20 years of experience working with global corporations. Her passion lies in the attraction, engagement and retention of talent in the multi-generational and geographically dispersed workforce.
Ben Boulris is a Senior Manager in our Risk Advisory Services practice in New York City. Ben was active duty in the Navy from 1998 to 2004 and served in the Navy Reserves from 2004 to 2006. As an active member of the veteran community, he is a Board Member of the New York CFA Veterans Roundtable and is a member of DHG’s VETS Common Interest Group.
This month DHG kicks off its annual food drive, Count the Cans, where the entire firm focuses on fighting hunger through food donations and volunteerism at local community food banks. Robin Brown is a manager in the DHG Risk Advisory practice in Atlanta. She is a board member and has been volunteering for many years with the Atlanta Community Food Bank. Robin’s focus on food bank programs stems from her time working with Boys and Girls Clubs and the YMCA youth programs during her college years. The stories shared by her students about food insecurity in their households stuck with her throughout college and compelled her to continuously give back when and where she could.
In celebrating Pride month and our diverse people and perspectives, Lori Cochran discusses her role on DHG’s Inclusion & Diversity Council, why having diverse teams is a business imperative and why it’s critical for DHG to recognize and celebrate our people’s diverse backgrounds. Lori is an Assurance Partner in our DHG Richmond office.
So many Americans are asking the important question: What does the tax reform law mean for me? Tax reform is definitely a hot topic for our profession, for every industry and for us as individuals. Financial well-being is a key pillar of our DHG IMPACT committees and joining us today is Eric Hessler who is a senior manager in our tax practice. Eric will help us uncover and clarify some of the information we all need to know about the tax reform law.
In celebration of Asian Pacific American Heritage month, we are recognizing our professionals’ diverse cultural heritages and traditions. Jane Ko, CPC, a Senior Recruiting Manager on our DHG Search team, discusses her Korean heritage and why it’s important to celebrate and applaud inclusion and diversity at DHG.
As we celebrate International Coaching Week May 7-13, DHG continues to build a culture of coaching. Industry leader and a member of Marshall Goldsmith’s 100 coaches, Deanne Kissinger is Vice President of Global Talent Management at Diversey Inc., a $2.6 billion organization with 9,000 employees. Deanne discusses what it takes to be an effective coach and coaching best practices for organizations. Insights about the differences between coaching, mentoring and sponsorship clarify these three important parts of career development.
Joining us today are two DHG coaches, Lauren Gibbons and John Locke who discuss how DHG is embracing the concept of coaching as a valuable developmental tool for employees. Effective coaching is crucial for DHG employees to grow in their careers and prepare for next levels of leadership.