The leaders of the world’s major Western countries will meet in Japan from Friday to Sunday to discuss both Ukraine and China.Photo: AP/Scanpix
On Monday, in the morning program of Äripää radio, we will talk about the G7 summit and China’s plans in Central Asia, but also about many other things.
In addition, in the morning program you can hear how this year’s best manager comments on the newly received title and what he recommends to his colleagues. We will also stop by the Health Museum’s new hit exhibition UNEversum to learn about new trends in sleep research and the sleep business. We also find out what tourist summer the Saaremaa entrepreneurs are expecting and analyze the securities markets here and elsewhere.
In the radio morning, observer Raivo Vare, Veiko Veskimäe, head of Verston who was recognized as the best leader in Estonia, Jelena Čekulajeva, head of exhibitions and collections of the Health Museum, Helina Andruškevičus, head of tourism and marketing service of Saaremaa municipality, and Indrek Mäe, journalist of Äripää stock exchange editor, will speak as guests.
Radio morning is hosted by host Neeme Korv and news editor Romet Toomas Tiitsaar.
The program day continues with six programs:
9.50-10.00 “Obscure economy”. In South Korea, a tattoo artist is a criminal in any case. Strange, because it is South Korean-style tattoos that are extra fashionable right now. Not to mention that everything that currently comes from that country in pop culture, such as music, series, movies, is terribly popular all over the world, and the South Korean government also strongly favors the export of its culture. But tattoo artists are put in prison. Why and how is the lobby of Korean doctors involved, listen to the program.
Host is Linda Eensaar.
10.00-11.00 “Content Marketing Show”. Anneli Villemson, HR leader of the housing development company Bonava Estonia, will visit the program and talk about Bonava’s renewed values, why it is important to conduct commitment surveys and how to ensure that employees are happy. The show is hosted by Sigrid Hiis.
11.00-12.00 “Hot seat”. In the show, we talk with managers about how things are going today, which topics are the most pressing, what current trends say about the near future, and what their plans are for the next six months. The interviews were recorded at the Pärnu Management Convention, where this year the focus was on communication. We also ask entrepreneurs about successful and not so successful examples related to communication.
You will hear an interview with Jüri and Kristine Ross, the owners of the trading company Infotark, we will talk with Kristina Mustonen, who took over as the CEO of Maxima Estonia in February, and Kulvo Pendra, the manager of Dagöplast, a company that manufactures plastic products in Hiiumaa. The show is hosted by Mai Kroonmäe.
12.00-13.00 “Employers’ hour”. Estonian companies and the economic space urgently need engineers who would help create highly paid jobs here and thereby make society more prosperous. At the same time, our education system is not able to train them sufficiently.
Veljo Konnimois, the founder of Radius Machining and head of the education working group of the Central Union of Employers, and Aigar Vaigu, popularizer of science and head of AS Metrosert, talk about how to solve it, what the state and employers have to do. The presenter is Rivo Sarapik.
13.00-14.00 “Service guide”. A service culture can become fatal for a company, as it shapes the opinion of customers and directly affects both the company’s image and turnover.
Rain Tunger, a service expert with many years of experience, shares practical recommendations in the show on how managers can create an inspiring and supportive work environment that promotes the growth of an excellent service culture while fulfilling their role. Tunger recognizes that developing a service culture is not always financially costly if it is done correctly and if, for example, the four pillars of excellent service are followed.
The show is hosted by Keith Ausner.
15.00-16.00 “Lavajutud”. In this episode, Helmes Group’s development manager Meelis Lang talks about the success patterns of autonomous business culture and their main metrics. A successfully and intelligently managed autonomous team can have up to three times higher performance.
In the presentation, Lang talks about how the company’s profits quintupled in four years, and how employee engagement and customer satisfaction increased by 30 percent. In addition, you will hear how to measure the impact of company culture on service quality, how to implement it effectively and how important a permanent team is.
The presentation was recorded at the Pärnu Financial Conference 2023 held in mid-April.
Listen to Äripäiv radio in Tallinn and Harjumaa 92.4 MHz, Tartu 97.7 MHz, Pärnu 91.9 MHz, Haapsalu 96.0 MHz, Saaremaa 101.7 MHz and Ida-Virumaa 94.6 MHz.
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