What's Working With Cam Marston

Synopsis

Having spent the last twenty years studying workplace and workforce trends, Cam Marston now brings his research, his insights, and his extensive network of contacts from across the country to a radio program focused on keeping you relevant and prepared for a rapidly changing workplace.

Episodes

  • REPLAY: Lane Zirlott and Murder Point Oysters

    REPLAY: Lane Zirlott and Murder Point Oysters

    26/10/2020 Duration: 53min

    Lane Zirlott remains one of our favorites and fall means oysters to us so we're replaying Lane's interview. We can't get enough of him. 

  • Victory Health Partners Mission: Service plus Excellent Healthcare

    Victory Health Partner's Mission: Service plus Excellent Healthcare

    19/10/2020 Duration: 53min

    On a mission trip providing medical care, Dr Robert Lightfoot felt a stirring inside that he couldn't deny and returned to Mobile, Alabama with the intent to provide healthcare to a marginalized community that needed it the most. In 2019 it totaled nearly 20,000 patient encounters and nearly $40M in free medication. Since Covid, he and his team have been in ever greater demand, continuing to serve his community and being obedient to a higher calling. 

  • Turning Invasive Nutria Into Dog Food - The Fantastic Story of Marsh Dog Pet Treats

    Turning Invasive Nutria Into Dog Food - The Fantastic Story of Marsh Dog Pet Treats

    12/10/2020 Duration: 53min

    Hansel Harlan was reading newspaper stories of the devastation caused by an invasive species of water rodent about the same time his dog became allergic to the store-bought dog food. Harlan put one and one together and with help from his marketing genius sister, Marsh Dog Pet Treats was born. 

  • John Grado - Innovating for Sound Quality for the Most Discerning Customers

    John Grado - Innovating for Sound Quality for the Most Discerning Customers

    05/10/2020 Duration: 53min

    Started by his uncle, John Grado now runs the family business that manufactures some of the industry's highest performing headphones, ear buds, and phonograph cartridges. They've never advertised, relying only on word of mouth and professional reviews to tell their story. Each item is hand made in the same Brooklyn facility where the company originated. Wood as a component of headphones? Yep. All stringed instrument's sounds are enhanced by the wood they're made from. Why not headphones? Brilliant idea. Brilliant sound.

  • Bruce Tulgans New Book: The Art of Being Indispensable at Work

    Bruce Tulgan's New Book: The Art of Being Indispensable at Work

    27/09/2020 Duration: 53min

    Bruce's new book offers insight from the hundreds of surveys he's conducted on the workplace. His conclusions are drawn from conversations with workplace leaders across the country. And he easily and comfortably relays the attributes one needs to become a go-to person in their workplace. 

  • Silver Ships - Aluminum Workboats with a Backlog of Orders

    Silver Ships - Aluminum Workboats with a Backlog of Orders

    14/09/2020 Duration: 53min

    Steven Clarke offered his step-father some help when he returned home for vacation one Christmas. In a little time, he was running the business. He started by applying some business fundamentals to the company's processes and then building orders. Today their clients include the US Corps of Engineers, the US Navy, and police, fire, and natural resources departments all over the country. 

  • Bill Rau - Third Generation Leader of World Famous M.S. Rau Antiques in New Orleans

    Bill Rau - Third Generation Leader of World Famous M.S. Rau Antiques in New Orleans

    07/09/2020 Duration: 53min

    Located on Royal Street in New Orlean's historic French Quarter, M.S. Rau Antiques sells everything from priceless gems to meteorites to cave bear skeletons to original Picassos. Bill Rau's workday has him moving among some of the world's most precious items but this self-described merchant has been taught to collect, admire, but most importantly, to sell these items. 

  • Greer Myers: A Better Path for Palliative Care

    Greer Myers: A Better Path for Palliative Care

    31/08/2020 Duration: 53min

    Greer Myers and his team envisioned better methods for palliative care. They combed through enormous amounts of data, interviewed palliative care patients and families, and set up a plan to refine the process. Their hunches paid off. His team's company, Turn Key Health, revealed opportunities to make the end of life process easier and cheaper on all parties involved. So they announced their findings and put their company up for sale and, viola, it was a snapped up. From beginning to end in five short and very busy years - just like they had planned. 

  • REPLAY: Sid Sexton Teaches a Remarkable Lesson on Recruiting and Retaining People

    REPLAY: Sid Sexton Teaches a Remarkable Lesson on Recruiting and Retaining People

    24/08/2020 Duration: 53min

    When Sid Sexton first described his method of directing employment paths for his people, I knew what I was hearing was simple genius. I've since quoted and used some of his job descriptions as slides in my presentations across the country. If your challenge is motivating and retaining people what you'll hear here works.

  • Unclaimed Baggage Center - Where Luggage and Its Content Goes to be Reborn

    Unclaimed Baggage Center - Where Luggage and Its Content Goes to be Reborn

    17/08/2020 Duration: 53min

    Where does luggage that is truly lost end up? Well, after the airlines have settled with the owner and if the luggage is eventually located, it goes to the Unclaimed Baggage Center in Scottsboro, Alabama. It is opened, unpacked, and the contents is put out for sale in a 50,000 square foot store where you can find everything from watches, cameras, jewelry, and vintage T-shirts. The bargains are amazing and people come from hundreds of miles to shop here. 

  • Dan Lyons - The 8 Secrets of Inspirational Leadership

    Dan Lyons - The 8 Secrets of Inspirational Leadership

    10/08/2020 Duration: 53min

    Is there a better metaphor for teamwork than rowing an eight-person rowing shell? Where every rower's movement must be attuned to every other rower's movement? Dan Lyons runs Team Concepts out of Philadelphia using rowing shells to teach teamwork. Nearly every famous business school on the East Coast engages Dan for his teaching. His insights deserve attention.

  • Cristian Druetta runs Tuku Lodge in northern Argentina. The birds have become a problem.

    Cristian Druetta runs Tuku Lodge in northern Argentina. The birds have become a problem.

    03/08/2020 Duration: 53min

    If you're a wing shooter, this is will fascinate you. Covid has eliminated air travel to the world-famous Tuku Lodge in the Salta province of Argentina. As a result, the bird population has exploded. Farmers are calling Cristian asking him how soon he can bring the hunters back; the birds (doves and pigeons mostly) eating 25 to 30% of the crops. Cristian tells us how he's managed, how he's kept his team working, and he begs us to come help his farmers when the travel restrictions are lifted.

  • REPLAY: Jill Schlesinger - CBSs Money Expert

    REPLAY: Jill Schlesinger - CBS's Money Expert

    28/07/2020 Duration: 53min

    REPLAY - Jill is the CBS network's money expert. During the Covid crisis, she's been busy talking about the economy. Our interview was a little while back. Still pertinent content. 

  • Whats Working - Live Broadcast - 07 23 20

    What's Working - Live Broadcast - 07 23 20

    23/07/2020 Duration: 39min

    Abe Harper - President, Harper Technologies - Drops gems of wisdom and I eat them up. 

  • Whats Working - Live Broadcast - 07 21 20

    What's Working - Live Broadcast - 07 21 20

    22/07/2020 Duration: 40min

    Patty Vanderpool - Implementing policies as a result of the Covid threatened workplace. How to do it. What policies should enforce. How to enforce them. 

  • Barndominiums - Theyre a Thing. A BIG Thing. John Quinnelly Builds a Bunch of Them.

    Barndominiums - They're a Thing. A BIG Thing. John Quinnelly Builds a Bunch of Them.

    20/07/2020 Duration: 53min

    Efficient, quick to build, and inexpensive compared to houses, barndominiums are coming into their own as an affordable trend to store home owner's toys in highly customizable home sites. 

  • Whats Working - Live Broadcast - 07 14 20

    What's Working - Live Broadcast - 07 14 20

    15/07/2020 Duration: 39min

    Mark Sanborn - Customer Service and Leadership Expert - What to expect on the What's Working Webinar. Dianna Booher - 7 Questions to get to get to know your job candidate MUCH better. 

  • The Alabama Deep Sea Fishing Rodeo - After 87 Years, Returning to its Roots

    The Alabama Deep Sea Fishing Rodeo - After 87 Years, Returning to its Roots

    13/07/2020 Duration: 53min

    Blake Thomas is VP of Publicity and takes us through the difficult decisions the Jaycees went through in planning this year's event: no live music, no children's hands-on exhibits, no public weigh-ins. But interest hasn't waned for the fishermen who are eager to get out of their homes and join in some friendly fishing competition. The tournament will be reminiscent of its origins eighty-seven years ago. 

  • Whats Working with Cam Marston - 07 09 20 - Live Broadcast

    What's Working with Cam Marston - 07 09 20 - Live Broadcast

    09/07/2020 Duration: 19min

    Marian Boteler and Allie Fuquay - Concern for children stress in Covid19 world. Blair Fisher - Head of School - St Paul's Episcopal School - Future of the workforce and evolution of schooling in times of Covid. 

  • Whats Working - Live Broadcast - 07 07 20

    What's Working - Live Broadcast - 07 07 20

    07/07/2020 Duration: 40min

    Dr Susan Hassig - Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine - Covid 19 Update

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