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Updated On: Jul 18, 2022
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OHH: Oliver Happy Hour This is an hour-long episodic podcast series called Oliver Happy Hour. Hosts are siblings (IG: DaisyO - @daisyo, Devy Dev - @dco_love, & Darrin, Darrin - @daredog91) who have degrees and passions in social work, self care and mental health, psychology, african-american history, spiritual development, music and human resources. We blissfully laugh, make up stories, develop ideas, support each other, and share practices that transforms society into a more conscious space of existence. Our desire is to reach radio spheres playing music, discussing current popular or political news & events, and conducting interviews with friends, family, influencers, movers and shakers. We are an elite family who grew up in Compton, CA. We find ways to connect society together with innovative and creative processes that pioneer a new form of communication via an old school technology source - the radio. Recorded via audio and video each episode, live and direct
The Corporate Shadow The Corporate Shadow with Dr. Ryan Giffen. A show on how to maneuver through the ins and outs of workplace politics, human resources, and leadership.
Marcus Williams Training Academy Information, lessons, tips, tricks, and case studies involving response to internal misconduct. I talk about current news stories and misconduct myths, breaking down what happened and how it was handled. I invite guests to talk about their experiences as the victim or accused. If you have ever had a job or worked with other people, this podcast is for you. Investigators, human resources professionals, title ix coordinators, students, and employees - these are your stories.

Purchase Podcast merchandise on my website williamsconsultgroup.com/merchandise Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/marcuswilliamstraining/support
‎The Leadership and Learning Podcast The Leadership and Learning Podcast is a professional development resource for the building materials industry.

The target audience is for all levels of leaders in any industry. However, it is definitely the podcast for you if you’re an emerging leader or involved in managing / leading anyone in the building material industry. You will benefit from this podcast if you’re in manufacturing, distribution, sales, accounting, human resources, customer service or technical support or active. Industry associations, college and high school students will also benefit from the lessons shared in this podcast.

We will bring you an abundance of valuable leadership content. We’ll do this by bringing you recorded conversations on leadership lessons and insights from various building material industry leaders, industry legends and subject matter experts.
On occasion, the host, Randy Goruk will share his leadership experiences and expertise by offering you relevant and actionable leadership tips to elevate your individual a
‎The Swear Jar No nonsense. Just the straight sh*t about the harsh realities and the wonderful opportunities that inspired employee communications can bring you and your organization.Whether your job title includes the words 'Communications', 'Human Resources', 'Project Management' or 'Executive', The Swear Jar is for you. The Swear Jar is irreverent, entertaining but, most of all, it's practical. This is where you will get advice that will transform your organization by truly tapping into the power of effective employee communications. Just don't expect us to 'pull any punches'. Is it 'safe for work'? Well, as the title suggests, we do indeed swear a little. But, chances are, when you're dealing with employee communications, you feel like swearing too. So, I think we're pretty much on the same page. Come and swear along with us.
‎Human With Resources Every company knows that if it doesn't innovate it dies, but at the moment of truth, very few are creating and developing an innovative culture. That's why every month we discover 'inusual' leaders who tell us how they do it and help us connect the dots between leadership and innovation. We also have an edition in Spanish — www.humanwithresources.inusual.com

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Psychology Of: Money If you're looking to learn more about money but don't know where to start, this is just the place for you. Take an in-depth look at the psychology of money to discover the behavioral aspects of money, how the stress of money can affect your health, turning your passions into profit, and more. Vurbl World of Finance: Earnings, Education, Opinion
Business News Keeping an eye on the latest and greatest discussions in business ITN Live
Marketing to Millennials Marketing to Millennials.

Hi, this is Coach Dan Gordon from Dan Gordon Enterprise, the coach's coach, the entrepreneur’s entrepreneur, and the verbal ambassador. Welcome to my playlist Marketing to Millenials.

Oh to the Em to the Gee, how do we market to the people who born between 1981 – 1996? They’re not little kids anymore. They got money. So what fires them up? What inspires them to make purchases? How do we market to people with values that don’t value our valuables? Uch.
Well, you have to understand that millennials love to challenge the status quo. They like resolving conflicts and feeling connected. They love technology and anything that has to do with change and growth. They are free-thinking, creative, and have a passion for learning. And most of all. They know. That buying lots of stuff isn’t going to make them happy.
Dan Gordon Enterprise
Audio from the Leading Black Entrepreneurs, Tech Leaders, and VC's Listen to some of the most influential black industry leaders and investors share their secrets to success and what motivated them along the way.

These innovators built multi-million and multi-billion dollar empires with their original ideas and keen business strategy. However, their achievements didn’t come without adversity. Learn how they developed their approach to overcoming obstacles and achieving success.
Vurbl Business & Technology Audio: Leadership, Entrepreneurship, Industry Trends & More
Best Podcasts About NFTs NFT’s, or non-fungible tokens, have taken the tech world by storm as a new and exciting way to digitally own a wide array of different assets. NFT’s can range from typical consumer goods such as art and music to more obscure items like a really good tweet or even a share of land. Hence, just about anyone can make an NFT and sell it. Listen to these podcasts to learn everything you need to know about NFT’s from experts in the field, including digital artists, savvy techies, and business moguls like Paris Hilton. Vurbl Business & Technology Audio: Leadership, Entrepreneurship, Industry Trends & More
Amplify Your Business [Marketing, Mindset, Messaging, Authority & More] A playlist to share some entrepreneurs, podcasts, and audio that will help YOU become a highly paid authority.

I love sharing tips to do with:
-marketing
-podcasting
-mindset
-leadership
-attracting your ideal client
-collaborating
-increasing sales
-funnels

And more.

Of course I have more resources and tips at https://melaniebenson.com/

Every business is at a different stage in their evolution. Whether your priority is boosting cash flow, dialing in your messaging to attract your ideal client, or clarity for confidence and momentum, my programs will help align your business with your superpower, become a highly paid expert in your industry and be the GO-TO authority where opportunities flood in.

I hope this playlist, and my resources and programs help you achieve your dreams faster! Melanie
Amplify Your Success
Deep Dive: Elon Musk Enjoy interviews, reports, and biographical retellings of the story of Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla and SpaceX. As an entrepreneur and business magnate, Musk has quite a lot to say about the future of technology. Learn about the story of Elon Musk and then listen to interviews about his business aspirations and where he thinks humanity should be heading. Vurbl Business & Technology Audio: Leadership, Entrepreneurship, Industry Trends & More
Solana Ecosystem All things Solana is what you can expect to hear and learn about on this particular playlist. Solana is a blockchain that gets compared to Ethereum with it having fast speeds along with low gas/transaction fees. There's a plethora of projects that I will be covering and following. Grow the Solana bag is the main objective. ‎Cryptomillionaire Journey
Cryptocurrency for Beginners Wondering where to start when it comes to Bitcoin, Web3, the blockchain, and cryptocurrency audio? Don't worry, we've listened to thousands of hours of crypto podcasts to find you the perfect starting place for everything crypto. When you're finished with this playlist, you'll not only know what Bitcoin is, but you'll understand the metaverse, NFTs, wallets, and how the blockchain works for in the world of decentralized everything. Vurbl Business & Technology Audio: Leadership, Entrepreneurship, Industry Trends & More
The Best of Crypto, Blockchain, and NFTs Listen to the best crypto, blockchain, and web 3.0 audio on the web. These are the stories, influential people, and daily breakdowns that help shape the world of cryptocurrency, Bitcoin, NFTs, ledgers, and exchanges. Vurbl Business & Technology Audio: Leadership, Entrepreneurship, Industry Trends & More

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How to (really) listen to your employees The pandemic didn’t create the need for workplace transformation, but it definitely accelerated it. Listen as two experts in industrial organizational psychology discuss the importance of creating an employee experience that fulfills the evolving needs of the 21st-century worker, and how purposeful employee listening can have a powerful effect on an organization’s ability to create a superior experience for their customers. Episode details:What is industrial organizational psychology? It’s the study of how business shapes humans and humans shape business — or how to maximize systems and experiences across all parts of the talent lifecycle to encourage people to be their best at work. [3:30]Why is the employee experience so important right now? A huge portion of the workforce is now actively thinking about what’s important to them at work, what motivates them, what brings them joy and satisfaction. Employers need to understand these desires — in terms of culture, environment, career development, etc. — so they can keep the employees they have and attract those outside the organization who are looking to make a change.  [6:00]Is this all because of the pandemic? The big trends affecting the workplace now — with people wanting more flexibility, inclusion, diversity and autonomy — have been bubbling up for years. What the pandemic did was drive the need for solutions. [7:30]Where does the customer come in?  The experience you provide your employees directly affects the experience they provide for your customers. Investing in employees and listening to them helps you embed your mission as their North Star, and results will follow. [10:00]What does “employee listening” really mean? Employee listening is the process of collecting, paying attention to and responding to feedback from your employees. Employees will only invest their time in providing feedback if it is acknowledged and if you respond by taking what actions you can. You must also be sure to communicate the actions you’ve taken. [13:30]What are some best practices for implementing an employee listening program? Generally, employee listening takes the form of employee surveys. You need balance the frequency of your surveys with your ability to take action. As your process matures, you can increase the frequency, or add in feedback from the entire employee journey. Be sure you understand your infrastructure for feedback and taking action, as well as your culture. These will determine how quickly you can effect change. [18:00]Featured speakersAnna L. Hulett, Ph.D.XM Scientist, QualtricsAnna Hulett is an Industrial Organizational (IO) Psychologist with over 10 years of experience leveraging data-driven insights to understand the interdependencies between business strategy and the employee experience, ultimately empowering clients across industries and organizational contexts to build a better workplace. Anna’s expertise in employee listening design and analytics, paired with her experience in strategic human capital management, allows her to provide comprehensive employee experience solutions across the employee lifecycle. Dora Clements, J.D.Vice President of Digital Transformation, Unum GroupDora Clements is leading change efforts for both the Unum and Colonial Life brands — and is specifically focused on improving the customer experience through delivering digital-first experiences inclusive of customer portals, process optimization and automation. Dora has been with Unum Group since 2013, supporting business and technology in various roles in the client administration space, including managing operational teams, supporting admin platform development, and leading transformation efforts.
The Value and Importance of Emotional Intelligence in the Workplace In this episode of TribePod, Phil Johnson discusses the value and importance of emotional intelligence in the workplace. Topics addressed in this podcast include: What is Emotional Intelligence? How is it developed? Why is it especially important now? Can anyone develop their emotional intelligence? What’s the difference between emotional intelligence and intellectual intelligence? Can emotional intelligence guarantee personal, career and corporate success? (Spoiler alert! Yes.) And what does the infamous Will Smith slap and Chris Rock's reaction tell us about emotional intelligence? Tune in for a fascinating conversation leading to how emotional intelligence could be the key to resolving most of the world's issues.
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Phil Johnson, Founder- Master of Business Leadership (MBL) has been an Executive Coach for 21 years, helping executives and organizations to bet on themselves by developing their emotional intelligence.
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Recruiting Biases and How to Avoid Them In order to ensure that you hire the most diverse talent, there's a critical piece that you need to address–recruiting bias–biases that the hiring team may possess or that are embedded into the hiring process–biases that you may not even be aware of.Find us at https://www.bernieportal.com/hr-party-of-one/BerniePortal: The all-in-one HRIS that makes building a business & managing its people easy. http://bit.ly/2NEQ5QbWhat is an HRIS?https://bit.ly/what-is-an-hris▬ Episode Resources & Links ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬How to Reduce Personal Bias When Hiring | Harvard Business Reviewhttps://hbr.org/2019/06/how-to-reduce-personal-bias-when-hiring13 Common Hiring Biases to Watch Out For | Harverhttps://harver.com/blog/hiring-biases/EEOC is the LAW | Equal Employment Opportunity Commissionhttps://www.eeoc.gov/employers/eeo-law-posterHow to Make a Manager Handbook | HR Party of Onehttps://youtu.be/R6LLl8giQmgHow HR Can Help Coach Managers | HR Party of Onehttps://youtu.be/u6YSF_2gwZMHow HR Can Help Train Managers | HR Party of Onehttps://youtu.be/r24zjMYi5wMHow to Write Job Descriptions | HR Party of Onehttps://youtu.be/s_9hQEojRzcRecruiting New Graduates | HR Party of Onehttps://youtu.be/w6KMUURlENQHR’s Guide to Recruiting Assessments | HR Party of Onehttps://youtu.be/WgsJ_EaSoNcHow to Hire Faster | HR Party of Onehttps://youtu.be/dFRXGJWks8E7 Stages of Hiring | HR Party of Onehttps://youtu.be/rsG2K9zGW8IBernieU: HR Hiring Guide | Free SHRM & HRCI CE Creditshttps://university.bernieportal.com/offers/sSLfzYaV/checkout▬ Social Media ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬► LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/bernieportal► Twitter: https://twitter.com/HRPartyofOne► Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BerniePortal► Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bernieportal/#Recruiting, #HR, #HumanResources, #HRTips, #HumanResourcesTips, #SmallBusiness, #HRPartyOfOne, Mentioned in this episode:Payroll by BerniePortalLearn how BerniePortal can revolutionize the way you manage HR. Watch a demo of our all-in-one benefits administration and HR software.Payroll by BerniePortal
HR Works Presents HR Work Break: The Heart of Leadership As part of HR Leadership Week 2022, we’re joined by Alice Carleton, Head of People Potential at Ceros. Listen in as Alice talks about the differences between leadership development and coaching, the role of emotional intelligence and psychological safety in the workplace, and what tomorrow’s leaders will prioritize.
HR Works Podcast 200: Get Your Leaders Into the Integrity Game Jeff Klubeck, world-class coach, consultant, author, and Founder and CEO of Get a Klu, Inc., joins the HR Works Podcast and shares his keys to developing the soft skills that make the strong leaders of tomorrow. Listen as we discuss Jeff's newly released book, The Integrity Game, and learn how HR pros can better cultivate the future of an organization's leadership.
The Hacking HR Podcast - Episode 443 Interview with Stacy Benson – Stacy is the Director of Learning Strategy & Resources at Humana Military. She is an award-winning HR professional dedicated to providing value-added organizational effectiveness and development solutions to support enterprise objectives while fostering individual and team success, growth, and engagement.
Encore Episode: All Smothered in Ranch Dressing Encore Episode due to a scheduling blunder by WarrenOffice Pot-Luck no-no’sCooking your thanksgiving turkey at homeThrough this pandemic some employees may find that this is not the industry for themSocial media rant gets person fired Separation announcements PTO for a work pot luckBullying in the workplace????Warren bullies PatrickCoworker eats all dayCooking bacon under their deskGross pot luck This week’s best HR practice…Have a story you want to share, a dumb employee question, a question you want our sage HR advice, a best practice of your own or just feedback in general email us at feedback@jadedhr.com.Find us on social media:Our Website – https://jadedhr.comFacebook Group – https://www.facebook.com/groups/1421581138048672/Facebook Page - https://www.facebook.com/JadedHRPodcastTwitter – https://twitter.com/hr_jadedInstagram – https://www.instagram.com/jaded_hr/LinkedIn – https://www.linkedin.com/company/34661748Leave us a Voicemail – 252-621-3451Support the show
046 | My 3 favourite books to help your career that I’ve read this year Do you find yourself with your head in a good book most days? Perhaps you have a bookshelf filled with all different genres but always looking for more recommendations to add to your collection? As World Book Lovers Day is fast approaching, on this week’s episode of HR Coffee Time, Career Coach Fay Wallis shares her top three book recommendations. Disclosure: the book links below are affiliate links, which means Fay may receive a small commission from Amazon if you choose to make a purchase through them (at no cost to you). Key Points From This Episode[00:03] Fay explains where you can find the ‘show notes’ to each episode – HR Coffee Time Podcast - Bright Sky Career Coaching[01:37] Fay takes a moment to thank everyone who has left a review and rating[03:32] Fay’s first book recommendation - ‘Dare to Lead’ by Dr Brené Brown[04:58] Background information about Dr Brené Brown - The power of vulnerability TED talk [07:39] Fay’s second book recommendation - ‘Think Big - Take Small Steps and Build The Career You Want’ by Dr Grace LordanFay refers to last week’s episode where she also mentioned this book - Episode 45 - 6 ways to stop procrastinating & find time for important projects at work [08:27] Background information about Dr Grace Lordan[10:57] Fay’s third book recommendation - ‘The Culture Map: Decoding How People Think, Lead, and Get Things Done Across Cultures’ by Erin Meyer[12:45] Fay shares examples from a previous job that relates to the ‘Culture Map’[16:51] Background information about Erin Meyer.Useful Links Connect with Fay on LinkedInThe Bright Sky Career Coaching websiteRate and Review the PodcastIf you found this episode of HR Coffee Time helpful, please do rate and review it on Apple Podcasts or Spotify.If you're kind enough to leave a review, please do let Fay know so she can say thank you. You can always reach her at: fay@brightskycareercoaching.co.uk.Enjoyed This Episode? Don't Miss the Next One!Be notified each time a new episode of HR Coffee Time is released and get access to other free career tips, tools and resources by signing up to receive the free weekly HR Coffee Time email.
Women to Watch 2022 Dr. Jennifer Cartland: Connection, Growth, Open Mindedness, Potential In this special episode of The Switch, Lindsey Otto, Marketing & Communication Associate for Nonprofit HR, and Dr. Jennifer Cartland, Executive Director and Consultant of Reach Incorporated, catch up and explore Dr. Cartland’s stellar contributions to the sector! Tune in to hear Dr. Cartland detail:  - How her leaning into her diverse interests fostered greater connection with youth - Why sharing her personal story has allowed others to gravitate toward her as a leader and enabled the work to grow - The value of “an attitude of progressivism” and learning from women leaders in different spaces than you
Women to Watch 2022 Eleace Sawyers: Leadership, Mentorship, Engagement, Respect In this special episode of The Switch, Lindsey Otto, Marketing & Communication Associate for Nonprofit HR, and Eleace Sawyers, Chief Executive Officer of Community Health Center of Illinois, catch up and explore Eleace’s stellar contributions to the sector! Tune in to hear Eleace detail: - How her personal experience being lifted up by women has helped her get to where she is today - The value of leading with respect and fairness - Why identifying your team’s needs and coaching in correspondence to those needs is critical to employee engagement
Women to Watch 2022 Cynthia Buiza: Curiosity, Clarity, Inclusion, Impact In this special episode of The Switch, Lindsey Otto, Marketing & Communication Associate for Nonprofit HR, and Cynthia Buiza, Executive Director of The California Immigrant Policy Center, catch up and explore Cynthia’s stellar contributions to the sector! Tune in to hear Cynthia detail: - The role of curiosity and open mindedness in the cultivation of agility  - How to create more powerful solutions that center inclusion by asking questions - How introspection and gaining clarity on personal beliefs supports resilience and longevity of impact
Women to Watch 2022 Angela Caraway: Vulnerability, Inspiration, Trust, Perseverance In this special episode of The Switch, Lindsey Otto, Marketing & Communication Associate for Nonprofit HR, and Angela C. Caraway, Founder and Executive Director of The Caraway Foundation, catch up and explore Angela’s stellar contributions to the sector! Tune in to hear Angela detail: - How she integrated her personal life experience to expand her organization’s reach - How vulnerability encourages and inspires others - The importance of understanding your people’s strengths to maximize impact
Working with professional partners: the accountant In this episode Sarah Hamilton-Gill FCIPD speaks to Sue Benoke, MD of Smarter Business Consultancy Ltd. Sue is not only an accountant, but also a qualified HR consultant.Sue and Sarah talk about how it’s essential to have a good team around you, the core being a solicitor, accountant and marketeer.Sue goes on to share her journey; from being an accountant, to how she went on to study for a Masters in Business Management and HR, and why she thinks that her two professions fit so well together for her clients.She also goes on to give some great tips when choosing an accountant; from shopping around, asking for references, to ensuring that you ask the right questions as well as how to work well with our accountant once you have one.--Find out more …Connect with Sarah Hamilton-Gill FCIPD on LinkedIn: https://bit.ly/SarahHGLIBook a discovery call with Sarah https://bit.ly/SHGCalendlyEmail Sarah: sarahhg@globushrconsulting.co.ukJoin our Facebook Business Growth group: https://bit.ly/FBHRGrowFollow us on LinkedIn: https://bit.ly/LINLeapListen to our other podcasts: https://bit.ly/3B8VC96Visit our website: https://bit.ly/WebLeapIntoConnect with Sue Benoke of Smarter Business Consultancy Ltd: https://bit.ly/LInSueBenokeFollow us on Eventbrite for all of our latest webinars and events: https://bit.ly/LeapIntoEventsBuy Sarah Hamilton-Gill FCIPD’s No. 1 Amazon Best Selling Business book as a paperback, audible or eBook: https://amzn.to/3HX8SjS”
EP. 815: พฤติกรรมด้านมืดของผู้นำที่ต้องพึงระวัง EP. 815: พฤติกรรมด้านมืดของผู้นำที่ต้องพึงระวัง by Prakal Pantapalangkura
EP. 816: 5 อุปนิสัยที่ควรหลีกเลี่ยงตลอดกาล ถ้าอยากเป็น HR ที่ดี EP. 816: 5 อุปนิสัยที่ควรหลีกเลี่ยงตลอดกาล ถ้าอยากเป็น HR ที่ดี by Prakal Pantapalangkura
EP. 817: คุยกฎหมายกับ อ.มยุรี ตอน ไม่ผ่านทดลองงาน ควรมีแบบประเมินด้วย EP. 817: คุยกฎหมายกับ อ.มยุรี ตอน ไม่ผ่านทดลองงาน ควรมีแบบประเมินด้วย by Prakal Pantapalangkura
What Does HR Need To Know About ESG? In this episode, I examine the relationship between ESG – environmental, social and governance considerations and HR. Taking note of an organisations ESG factors is now commonplace for the investment community.  Today, it’s not enough just to consider financial returns, investors increasingly are concerned a company’s impact on the environment, the structure and make up of the leadership team and really since the pandemic, how businesses interact with their workers. Simply are organisations doing the right thing and being good ‘corporate’ citizens?Emma Burrows is a partner and head of the Trowers & Hamlins' Employment department and has specialised in employment law for over 30 years. Headquartered in London, Trowers is an international law firm with 160 partners and more than 950 employees.What is ESG? [1:46]ESG is a simple matrix of criteria under 3 broad headings; 1. Environmental, 2. Social and 3. Governance goals, that go beyond the usual financial metrics that investors use when deciding to invest in an organisation.  Doesn't ESG interfere with making money? [3:17]Emma admits there can be at times a conflict between an organisations duty to maximise returns for shareholders and their ESG credentials, ESG after all takes investment in terms of time and resources. But she argues, having a happy workforce in itself helps organisations to make better financial returns.Isn't ESG just fairy dust and 'greenwashing? [4:17]Emma reveals there is evidence of some organisations 'greenwashing' - e.g spending more resources on marketing themselves as environmentally friendly than they really are, but she argues investors are wising up to this.So where does HR come in? [5:36]Employee voice really drives ESG because most employees want to work for organisations who look after their workers, act responsibly and pay taxes whilst minimising their impact on the environment. Therefore, Emma argues that HR has a key role to play from the very start of the ESG journey.ESG and the link to Talent [9:32]Emma explains that ESG is a valuable tool in an organisations armoury when it comes to attracting talent. In particular, GenZ and millennial workers will often evaluate an organisation's ethics and values when job hunting. Leadership should live ESG values [16.16]It's essential that leaders live their ESG values says Emma.  As she say's there is no point in having statements about diversity if for example the board is entirely male and pale!ESG and Employment Law [24:26]Emma believes that legislation to clarify modern employment relationships such as workers in the gig economy is long overdue.  She refers to Lord Hendy's Status of Workers bill (listen to Lord Hendy's Oven Ready episode: https://www.buzzsprout.com/1545991/9940334)Resources:https://www.trowers.comhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/podcasthost/https://ovenreadyhr.com
How MetLife Made a Success of their Strategic Workforce Planning (interview with Laura Shubert) In this episode of the Digital HR Leaders podcast, David will be joined by Laura Shubert, Vice President of People Planning and Insights at MetLife. Having successfully driven the organisation’s Strategic Workforce Planning initiatives, Laura will be sharing her journey. The conversation will cover Laura’s top learnings and advice on successfully getting buy-in from the organisation’s leaders, and how to overcome the challenge of obtaining quality data for the organisation’s strategic workforce planning analysis. David and Laura will also be delving into the shift in demand for skills in post-pandemic leadership, and how technology helped MetLife go beyond Excel sheet analysis. Support from this podcast comes from eQ8. You can learn more by visiting: https://www.eq8.ai/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Hiring for Success with Adam Coleman, CEO, HRLocker Recruitment can lie within the HR dept in many companies and can often be a time-consuming and costly process. Finding potential candidates is only the beginning of the journey. The next step? The Interview. But how do you hire for success and is there a process that can help you fill that position with the best candidate possible? On today’s show, we have our very own Adam Colman, CEO of HRLocker.  As a CEO of a scaling company that has tripled in size over the last 2 years, recruitment has been high on the agenda in HRLocker. Adam talks us through the finer points of Interviewing, from the process our company uses to identify potential candidates, the importance of interview guides and why he always insists that every potential candidate should accompany their CV with a cover letter. We also ask Adam what are the ‘right’ questions to ask in an interview, how do youget started in building an interview guide for managers within your company andwho is the best person placed in the company to create an interview guide? If you are in the process of recruiting or selecting your next hire, this podcast is not to be missed, we hope you enjoy it.
Bruce Daisley on rethinking resilience In this episode of the HR Grapevine podcast, host Erik Niewiarowski revisits one of his favourite topics, resilience. As work evolves in a post-pandemic world, could it be that resilience has just become another clichéd term?

To help explore this, Erik welcomes Bruce Daisley, an author and former VP at Twitter to talk about his new book ‘Fortitude’ which examines how businesses are looking at resilience all wrong. The pair talk about issues with corporate resilience training, question the existence of resilience altogether and how the collective is more impactful than the individual when it comes to resilience.
Episode 76: Letting People Go – Organizational Moment of Truth In this episode, Bob’nJoyce discuss how to do terminations well. People exiting an organization is common and yet too many terminations are done awkwardly and poorly.

In this episode, you will learn why:


We don’t like the word, termination.
Doing it poorly destroys the trust and bond with those that remain.
Done well, dignity and a person’s self-worth remain intact.


So come on in. Grab a snack. Welcome!
HR Tech Preview - Compliance & More with Equifax 539 – HR Tech Preview - Compliance & More with Equifax

Host: Steve Boese

Guests: Sarah Beth Todd, Pre-Sales Leader for the Employer Services & Karen Loiterstein, Vertical Marketing Leader for the Employer Services

This episode of the HR Happy Hour is sponsored by Paychex, one of the leading providers of HR, payroll, retirement, and insurance solutions for businesses of all sizes. The current business and hiring environment has redefined what it takes to succeed as an HR professional, requiring HR leaders to adapt and innovate at lightning speed to help their organizations remain competitive. Download the 2022 Paychex Pulse of HR report to discover the tools and tactics your peers are using to deliver on both HR and business objectives - faster and at scale - while still meeting the evolving needs of their employees. Visit payx.me/PHR2022 to download your copy, today.

This week, we met with Sarah Beth Todd and Karen Loiterstein from Equifax for an HR Technology Conference preview.

- How Equifax helps HR leaders solve critical challenges they face today

- Ways to simplify the onboarding process and ensure you're "getting it right"

- Tips to engage and retain vital lower income workers

Thank you for joining the show today!  Remember to subscribe wherever you get your podcasts and we look forward to you joining us at the HR Technology Conference in September! Check out the 2022 agenda online, then register with code SB22F to save $300 on your pass here.
Episode 230 - Jon & Wendy talk to Aura María Huot We're joined by Aura María Huot, Director of People & Culture for Lavallee Brensinger Architects in the greater Boston, MA area.  We talk about HR industry challenges, Hacking HR and launching "People & Leadership," and more!
Aura's recommendations:
https://twitter.com/uncommonjulie (Julie Quinne) 
#HRCommunity
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https://twitter.com/AuraHuot
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Exempt vs. Non Exempt In this classic episode we focus on Exempt vs. Non Exempt employees, what’s the difference, and what does that mean to you and your business.LinksDepartment of Labor Exemption Categorieshttps://www.dol.gov/sites/dolgov/files/WHD/legacy/files/fs17a_overview.pdfDepartment of Labor – Discretionary judgement explanationhttps://www.dol.gov/agencies/whd/fact-sheets/17c-overtime-administrative California Department of Industrial Relations – Exemption Categorieshttps://www.dir.ca.gov/dlse/faq_overtimeexemptions.htm InvitationUse the link below to learn more and become an Idomeneo insider. You’ll get info to help you unleash your team’s engagement, protect your people investment, and grow your leadership muscle.  I can’t wait to continue the conversation.https://idomeneoinc.com/welcome/
Strategies for Dealing with Uncertainty with Andrew Bartlow In episode 55, Coffey talks with Andrew Bartlow about "the perfect storm" hitting HR for the last few years and how to navigate it. They discuss the importance of creating a simple but efficient HR plan that aligns with the company; essential considerations for developing goals; how to deal with uncertainty and stay focused; what HR in traditional companies can learn from start-ups; the future of remote and hybrid work; the correlation between compensation and inflation; and how to prepare in case of recession.Good Morning, HR is brought to you by Imperative—premium background checks with fast and friendly service. For more information about our commitment to quality and excellent customer service, visit us at https://imperativeinfo.com. If you are an HRCI or SHRM-certified professional, this episode of Good Morning, HR has been pre-approved for half a recertification credit. To obtain the recertification information for this episode, visit https://goodmorninghr.com.About our Guest:Andrew Bartlow has 25 years of Human Resources and Talent Management experience at organizations across a wide spectrum of sizes, maturity stages, and industries.He is the co-author of “Scaling for Success: People Priorities for High Growth Organizations,” has a master’s degree from the top program in his field, and has been CECP, SPHR, Six Sigma, and executive coaching certified.Andrew leads Series B Consulting, which helps businesses to articulate their people strategy and accelerate their growth, while navigating rapid change. He also founded the People Leader Accelerator, which is the preeminent development program for startup HR leaders.He’s worked with clients like Masterclass and many others to help them overcome obstacles in a hyper growth phase.Andrew Bartlow can be reached at https://www.linkedin.com/in/bartlow/About Mike Coffey:Mike Coffey is an entrepreneur, human resources professional, licensed private investigator, and HR consultant.In 1999, he founded Imperative, a background investigations firm helping risk-averse companies make well-informed decisions about the people they involve in their business.Today, Imperative serves hundreds of businesses across the US and, through its PFC Caregiver & Household Screening brand, many more private estates, family offices, and personal service agencies.Mike has been recognized as an Entrepreneur of Excellence and has twice been named HR Professional of the Year. Additionally, Imperative is included in the prestigious Best Places to Work in Texas list and has been named the Texas Association of Business’ small business of the year.Mike is a member of the Fort Worth chapter of the Entrepreneurs’ Organization and volunteers with the SHRM Texas State Council.Mike maintains his certification as a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) through the HR Certification Institute. He is also a SHRM Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP).Mike lives in Fort Worth with his very patient wife. He practices yoga and maintains a keto diet, about both of which he will gladly tell you way more than you want to know.Learning Objectives: 1. Align HR strategy with the organizations’ strategy.2. Implement people practices that anticipate future labor market trends.3.  Design total rewards programs that reflect economic realities.
HR Data Labs - Season 4 - Episode 8 - Kevin Campbell - Program Measurement and Evaluation: Lean Times Ahead for HR Summary:Kevin Campbell, employee experience science with Qualtrics, is back again for another fascinating discussion with David and Dwight! Kevin creates and implements plans for strategic positioning with company executives and high-level leaders with the goal of improving the employee experience. Prior to his current role at Qualtrics, Kevin served as a Lead People Scientist for Culture Amp where he helped organizations like Airbnb, Palo Alto Networks, and ServiceNow reinvent and optimize their performance management and employee engagement initiatives. In this episode, Kevin talks about program evaluation and program effectiveness. Chapters:[0:00 -4:31] Introduction•Welcome, Kevin!•Today’s Topic: Program Evaluation and Program Effectiveness[4:32 -12:58] How current HR program spending trends came to be •The importance of measure outcomes and not only completion•Recognizing what needs to be accomplished with a program[12:59 -25:31] How can we improve surveys for better qualitative data? •Daily surveys that we take as consumers vs surveys that we take at work•Lessons that HR can learn from the customer experience department[25:32 -35:03] How can we harness unstructured data to measure the employee experience?•Employees sharing their experience outside of work and on social media•The importance of truly randomized, AB testing[35:04 -36:37] Final Thoughts & Closing•If you organization needs to make cuts to HR, better it be your program than you•Thanks for listening!Quotes:“A lot of work done in humanitarian aid, as an example, [has] flaws around measuring whether or not the food or supplies was delivered . . . rather than measuring the true outcome, which is whether or not people go to bed hungry. When you fail to measure the true outcome and you only measure the widgets produced or the bags of rice delivered, you could be having things where there's an unequal distribution of those supplies that you're offering, or it ends up benefiting only some families more than others.” “One of the problems with the traditional survey is that you're already defining the universe of responses and questions. . . . So those unknown unknowns aren't even in your field of awareness.” Resources:Upstream by Dan HeathContact:Kevin's LinkedInDavid's LinkedInDwight's LinkedInProduction by Affogato MediaPodcast Manger: Karissa Harris
Podcast #100! Highlights from our series Today is a very special day - we've hit episode number 100! Listen in to hear from the team which episodes we enjoyed the most, which ones we recommend and also some bloopers from behind the scenes.
What HR Needs To Know About ESG In this episode, I examine the relationship between ESG – environmental, social and governance considerations and HR. Taking note of an organisations ESG factors is now commonplace for the investment community.  Today, it’s not enough just to consider financial returns, investors increasingly are concerned a company’s impact on the environment, the structure and make up of the leadership team and really since the pandemic, how businesses interact with their workers/  Simply are organisations doing the right thing and being good ‘corporate’ citizens?Emma Burrows is a partner and head of the Trowers & Hamlins' Employment department and has specialised in employment law for over 30 years. Headquartered in London, Trowers is an international law firm with 160 partners and more than 950 employees.What is ESG? [1:46]ESG is a simple matrix of criteria under 3 broad headings; 1. Environmental, 2. Social and 3. Governance goals that go beyond the usual financial metrics that investors use when deciding to invest in an organisation.  Are organisations being good corporate citizens essentially.Doesn't ESG interfere with making money? [3:17]Emma admits there can be at times a conflict between an organisations duty to maximise returns for shareholders and their ESG credentials, ESG after all takes investment. But she argues that having a happy workforce in itself helps organisations to make better financial returns.Isn't ESG just fairy dust and 'greenwashing? [4:17]Emma argues there is evidence of some organisations 'greenwashing' - e.g spending more resources on marketing themselves as environmentally friendly than they really are, but she argues investors are wising up to this.So where does HR come in? [5:36]Employee voice really drives ESG because most employees want to work for organisations who look after their workers, act responsibly and pay taxes whilst minimising their impact on the environment. Therefore, Emma argues that HR has a key role to play from the very start of the ESG journey.The
The Hacking HR Podcast - Episode 442 Interview with Olga Spivak – Olga is the VP of People at YCharts. She is passionate about making a difference in organizations by creating and implementing a tailored strategy that works for the business and people, developing a values-led culture, leading high performing teams, leveraging the benefits of diverse cohorts of people and delivering innovative enterprise-wide change management solutions inspired from devotion to lifelong learning.
The Hacking HR Podcast - Episode 441 Interview with Jeff Hunt – Jeff is the President & CEO at GoalSpan. He is an entrepreneur and performance management expert who values people, culture, and process while delivering consistent results.
Let’s Sound Off: The Power of Stillness What did you learn from the stillness of lockdown? As nature took a moment to catch itself, HR was continuously on the move, pivoting through the pandemic. Yet, in the moments of stillness, what did we actually learn?
 
Paul LaLonde joins me this week to share his HR story, talk about the power of stillness and celebrate women in HR.
 
Listen as we discuss:
📌 How men in HR can use their privilege and influence to elevate women in the profession.
📌 How sitting still can bring you to the answer
📌 Pandemics through the ages
 
Paul's resources:
📚 stillness is the Key
📚 The Sum of Us
📚 Redefining HR
📚 People Strategy
📚 The Tower Strategy
 
Be sure to follow Paul on LinkedIn and check out his booklist; it's great.
How to Develop Your Positive Intelligence - with Lei Comerford We've all heard of IQ.  Some of us know about EQ.  But what about PQ?  PQ stands for Positive Intelligence and it's a concept that can help you quiet negative voices in your head and enable you to make better decisions.  It also help you increase your self-confidence, emotional self-control, resilience, optimism, and empathy, while decreasing overwhelm, burnout, stress, and conflict.
If that sounds good to you, then please listen to this episode with our special guest Lei Comerford.  She is a coach who also facilitates the PQ program.  We talk about PQ and she even debriefs my assessment results so you can get a better sense of what this program does.  As a listener, you also get a discount if you want to get into Lei's next bootcamp.  For more information, click HERE.
EP. 814: แม้เทคโนโลยีจะก้าวหน้าแค่ไหน Recognition ก็ยังสำคัญต่อแรงจูงใจพนักงาน EP. 814: แม้เทคโนโลยีจะก้าวหน้าแค่ไหน Recognition ก็ยังสำคัญต่อแรงจูงใจพนักงาน by Prakal Pantapalangkura
92. What People won't Tell you about Emotional Intelligence (feat. Daniel Tolson) Daniel Tolson is a successful business coach and is regarded as Asia’s #1 business coach specializing in Emotional Intelligence.

He has helped many celebrities, self-made millionaires, and billion-dollar businesses to unleash new income levels. Among many things he enjoys living the expatriate life and has competed with the world's top athletes at extreme games - he is also a former Australian champion wakeboarder.

Daniel Tolson’s inspiring journey began as a child, from having a Linear sequential learning disability to becoming a consultant to self-made multi-millionaires! Disability did not stop him from carving his way to his success!

His experiences in life brought about a series of career-highs such as co-leading 17,000 +cabin crews for Emirates Airlines, launching his own clothing brand, and building a global business that impacts more than 15,000+ business people to accelerate & multiply their life.

His accomplishments are proof that there is no limit to what one can achieve, and that it all starts with the right state of mind and a definite purpose.

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The Transition Every Leader Must Make, with Pauline Hogg In this episode of the HR Leaders podcast, I'm joined by Pauline Hogg, the Head of HR at Arla Foods UK, to discuss the transition that every leader must make, as well as Arla Foods' change journey, and how Arla Foods are developing their leaders for a disrupted 21st century. 👉 Subscribe to HR Leaders: http://bit.ly/2wFkCEq🖥 Watch in HD: https://youtu.be/FOvZbNXOzxs🎙️ Listen on your favourite platform: https://art19.com/shows/hr-leaders-podcast👤 Follow Chris on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/chrisraineyhr/This episode of the HR Leaders Podcast is brought to you by WorkhumanRegister to attend their August 23rd LIVE event: Reshaping the workplace and the world featuring DE&I leaders Dr. Bernice A. King, Vernā Myers and Doyin Richards as they discuss racism and allyship in the world.Register for Free: https://bit.ly/3vjq3rCEpisode highlights00:00 Intro01:12 Introduction to Arla Foods02:33 Pauline Hogg’s journey to Head of UK HR at Arla FCIPD06:28 What Arla’s HR priorities are today07:47 How Arla helps its leaders to own change10:35 How to make functional leaders business leaders15:32 Steps you can take to evolve your leadership team21:04 Linking your brand to employee wellbeing24:00 Using technology to create wellbeing communities29:37 How Pauline directs leaders who aren’t ready to change36:07 How seeing leaders change makes Pauline feel37:26 Pauline’s parting message for the HR Leaders of todaySee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
#217: Overcoming the Art of Avoidance With Sarah Noll Wilson My guest for this episode is author, executive coach and leadership development consultant Sarah Noll Wilson. Sarah and I are talking about the art of avoidance when it comes to conflict and workplace relationships, plus late-stage capitalism and burning it all down. We also talk about getting to the root causes of conflict and the organization’s responsibility in all of this. Punk Rock HR is proudly underwritten by The Starr Conspiracy. The Starr Conspiracy is a B2B marketing agency for innovative brands creating the future of workplace solutions. For more information, head over to thestarrconspiracy.com. To read the full show notes for this episode, visit: https://laurieruettimann.com/overcoming-the-art-of-avoidance
55. Employee Labor Relations: More Than Policies w/ Heather Anderson Bargaining, unions, contracts, arbitration, compliance. If you Google “employee labor relations,” you’ll be hit with a wave of downright scary terms. But when you focus on the human element—instead of fixating on legal issues–employee labor relations becomes something positive. On this week’s episode of the HR Mavericks podcast, Heather Anderson, HR Manager at SP Plus Corporation, shared her insights on the importance of employee labor relations. She emphasized that when you’re passionate about people, you can make an impact on your company’s employees and upper management alike.
Here are a few things we discussed:
What employee labor relations means
How to respond when people come to you with problems
Making your office a safe space for employees to vent
The importance of strong communication
Why trust is the foundation of strong business relationships
How HR can work with senior leadership effectively
Tips to help HR professionals avoid burnout


Steven Farber’s article “DISC Personality Assessments” and his HR Mavericks podcast episode
Michael Sorensen’s book, I Hear You
Managing Hybrid Workforces With Envoy Chief People Officer Annette Reavis In this episode of Redefining HR, I spoke with Envoy’s chief people officer, Annette Reavis. Envoy is a workplace platform that helps companies manage hybrid work. Annette and I discuss her background, her career transition from finance to HR and her thoughts on building hybrid organizations. We also dive into her past experience at Facebook.
Let’s Sound Off: The Power of Stillness What did you learn from the stillness of lockdown? As nature took a moment to catch itself, HR was continuously on the move, pivoting through the pandemic. Yet, in the moments of stillness, what did we actually learn?
 
Paul LaLonde joins me this week to share his HR story, talk about the power of stillness and celebrate women in HR.
 
Listen as we discuss:
📌 How men in HR can use their privilege and influence to elevate women in the profession.
📌 How sitting still can bring you to the answer
📌 Pandemics through the ages
 
Paul's resources:
📚 stillness is the Key
📚 The Sum of Us
📚 Redefining HR
📚 People Strategy
📚 The Tower Strategy
 
Be sure to follow Paul on LinkedIn and check out his booklist; it's great.
Ep. 043 - Using Technology to Improve Employee Wellbeing - Dr. Bill Satterwite In this episode, Dr. Bill Satterwite, physician, attorney, former Chief Wellness Officer, and CEO of Sneez, discusses how technology can help improve employee wellbeing.
Host: Marie-Line Germain, Ph.D.
Mixing: Kelly Minnis
Episode 160 - Chandré Grobler (HR Consulting For Faith-Based Organisations and Not-for-Profits) Today I'm joined on the show by Chandré Grobler to talk about how she launched her consultancy in the UK (Human Source HR Consulting) and how faith-based organisations and not-for-profits can best solve their biggest HR problems . . .
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Elisabeth Shaw, CEO of Relationships Australia NSW on Relationships at Work | HR Think Tank S2E1 Healthy relationships are a cornerstone of a happy life. They're also a key foundation for a successful business. In this episode of the HR Think Tank, we talk to Relationships Australia NSW CEO Elisabeth Shaw about how leaders can support positive workplace relationships and employee well-being. We also cover:- What learnings can be taken from the field of professional ethics when improving workplace relationships.- How managers often get conflict resolution wrong.- What to do when someone overshares in the workplace.Links from the show:Follow Elisabeth on LinkedInFind out more about Relationships Australia NSW Read the Relationships Australia Loneliness Tip SheetLearn about the Accidental Counsellor workshop Elisabeth discussed in this episode— Connect: Website: https://verifynow.com.au/  Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/verifynowau  LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/veri...  Connect with Khai on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/vankhaingo
HR Works Presents HR Work Break: Building a Platform for Change I’m joined by Christie Lindor, Principal of Tessi Consulting. Listen in as we discuss Christie's journey from corporate DEI to founding her own consulting agency, best practices for an inclusive workplace, and more!
045 | 6 ways to stop procrastinating & find time for important projects at work Have you ever woken up with the best intentions to prioritise a piece of work or project you are working on that will help accelerate your HR career, but after yet another busy day you still haven’t made the progress you set out to complete? This episode of HR Coffee time is here to help, as Career Coach, Fay Wallis shares six practical tips to help stop you from procrastinating and to make sure you find the time you need for important projects at work.Key Points From This Episode[01:45] Information about The HR Planner[02:44] Fay refers to Episode 7 | What to do when you don’t have enough hours in the day’[03:17] Tip one – Eat that frog[06:25] Tip two – Start using the five-minute rule[09:05] Tip three – Go leanFay refers to Episode 44 | Succeeding as an HR professional – how to influence at a senior level[12:39] Tip four – Check your emails at set times each day[16:18] Tip five – Assess and plan your time Laura Vanderkam recommends using a time diary to track time. Her TED talk is – ‘How to gain control of your free time’[22:13] Tip six – Try out a carrot or stick as a commitment deviceFay would like to hear how you get on with your public commitment - stickK[25:03] Fay celebrates the one-year anniversary of HR Coffee Time, since releasing episode 1 on 28th July 2021 (which is, ‘How to feel more confident at work)Useful Links Connect with Fay on LinkedInThe Bright Sky Career Coaching websiteBuy a hard backed copy of the HR PlannerDownload the free PDF version of the HR PlannerBrian Tracy's book - Eat That Frog! (Disclosure: this is an Amazon Affiliate link. If you purchase the book using it, Fay will receive a small commission from Amazon)Dr Grace Lorden's book - Think Big: Take Small Steps and Build The Future You Want (Disclosure: this is an Amazon Affiliate link. If you purchase the book using it, Fay will receive a small commission from Amazon)Rate and Review the PodcastIf you found this episode of HR Coffee Time helpful, please do rate and review it on Apple Podcasts or Spotify.If you're kind enough to leave a review, please do let Fay know so she can say thank you. You can always reach her at: fay@brightskycareercoaching.co.uk.Enjoyed This Episode? Don't Miss the Next One!Be notified each time a new episode of HR Coffee Time is released and get access to other free career tips, tools and resources by signing up to receive the free weekly HR Coffee Time email.
What’s Your Secret Sauce to Change? Ian Ziskin, President, EXec EXcel Group LLC,  joins us to discuss The Secret Sauce of Leading Transformational Change. He has over 40 years of experience as a business leader, board advisor and member, coach, consultant, entrepreneur, teacher, speaker, and author. Most large-scale transformational change happens because of unanticipated, unaddressed, unplanned disruptions which raise questions about what it takes to lead, survive, and even thrive in periods of transformational change.  Ian discusses how leaders who drive and sustain successful transformational change actually do and why we so often fail to lead change. Have a listen to see if you can find your secret sauce!  Ian's Info below: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ian-ziskin-bb1504/
Ami Rich - The importance of Organizational Culture in M&A Organizational culture shapes how work gets done. And in today’s M&A environment, culture is becoming a more commanding force across the deal lifecycle and a central determinant of whether a transaction succeeds.  In this episode, host CMA’s David Ciullo discusses with Deloitte Consulting Principal Ami Louise Rich, the ways culture is transforming the M&A environment and the breakdown of the key components of a successful cultural integration.
Episode 59: Modern Child Care Benefits for Today’s Working Parent Brittney Barrett is an entrepreneur and marketing leader, with an expertise in go-to-market and growth strategies at early stage startups. She is currently a Co-founder and Chief Revenue Officer at Kinside, the child care benefit for working parents. Kinside recently raised a 12M Series A led by Wellington Access Ventures and Magnify Ventures to expand Kinside’s reach to over 10,000 employers nationwide. Previously, Brittney ran Digital Marketing at OUAI Haircare, the fastest growing hair care brand in the U.S. and Revolve’s most influential beauty brand of 2017. She led business development at HoneyBook, a SaaS-based network that serves 50,000 creative freelancers, as one of its founding employees.
 
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#2.15 - Disability Inclusion in the Metaverse: What HR Needs to Know What aspects do you need to consider regarding disability inclusion in the metaverse? 🤔 In this episode of All About HR season 2, we talk with Giselle Mota — Principal Future of Work @ ADP, Co-creator @ NFTY Collective — about disability representation in web 3.0 and the metaverse. 🔥Giselle is a futurist, strategist, and advocate for diversity and inclusion — whose passion is to find ways to leverage technology for a positive future of work. 💪In this video, we’ll talk about: 📌 The current state of accessibility and inclusion in web 3.0 and the metaverse 📌 Representation of seen and unseen disabilities in the metaverse 📌 How HR can harness the metaverse to make inclusion real and tangible Listen to the full episode to discover how HR can start to prepare to enter the metaverse, particularly when it comes to diversity and inclusion! Ready for the full experience? Watch the episode in video format. If you want to discover the three ways the metaverse can transform HR, check out our article. 💻 Want to know more about the NFTY Collective and its mission? Connect with and follow NFTY Collective on these platforms: Instagram: @nfty.officialTwitter: @nfty_officialLinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/gmotaUseful resources: Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Belonging — online trainingRate, review & follow on your favorite podcast platformIf you've enjoyed this episode, please consider rating and reviewing our show. We'd love to hear your thoughts on the episode and any topics you'd like us to cover next.If you haven't done so yet, subscribe to the podcast and never miss an episode!
The Hacking HR Podcast - Episode 440 Interview with Tomeka Hill-Thomas – Tomeka is the Senior Principal of Workforce Strategy and Analytics at Mercer. She is passionate about data and exploring the use of new scientific and evidence-based practices and data visualization tools to provide insights on employees and how they drive success in a company.
#55: The Big Problem - A Sneak Peek into the HRCA Program In today’s episode, I have a special treat for you. Today what you will hear on the podcast is a sneak peek into my HR Career Accelerator program. 
This program is a six-module online course designed to take you from an HR job seeker to an HR job offer, which is a journey I know so many of you are already on. The good news is registration is opening soon (July 2022)!
Today I am sharing an audio version of one of the video lessons from the beginning of the program called The “Big” Problem. In this lesson of the course, I share what I believe are the biggest challenges to landing that first HR role. 
Summary of this episode:
The big problem with finding your first HR role can be broken down into four smaller problems.

Problem 1 - There are no HR departments that look exactly alike
Problem 2 - Most HR roles require some level of experience
Problem 3 - The profession lacks an articling, internship or ‘common’ career path
Problem 4 - HR is a broad profession with lots of possible career paths
If you want to move from an HR job seeker to an HR job offer, sign up for The HR Career Accelerator Program. If you are signed up for the newsletter you’ll be the first to know when registration opens.
And if the program is not right for you, use this information to help you tailor your job search and create your own personal internship or experience career path.

And if you want to get a discount on the program when you register make sure you have this discount code on hand: HRMENTORPOD
Here are some helpful links related to this episode:
Episode 54: The Inside Scoop on Job Boards and Entry-Level Recruitment with Steven Rothberg
Episode 41: Prepare for your HR Job Search
Episode 3: How Your Values Impact Your Career and Job Search
Episode 8: The Importance of Making Connections
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Job Descriptions – Yikes! Why? And How? Job descriptions.  Wow, they really are the forgotten step-child.  Think about it – when do you put even a thought toward job descriptions.  Only when there’s an issue.  Someone wants a promotion, or you’re hiring, or a job is expanding – or shrinking.In this episode, I’ll help you quickly create job descriptions that matter.InvitationUse the link below to learn more and become an Idomeneo insider. You’ll get info to help you unleash your team’s engagement, protect your people investment, and grow your leadership muscle.  I can’t wait to continue the conversation.https://idomeneoinc.com/welcome/
Zana Goic Petricevic on what bold leadership means In this week’s episode of the HR Grapevine podcast, host Erik Niewiarowski explores the evolving concepts of leadership with author, speaker, leadership coach and consultant Zana Goic Petricevic.

The pair discuss how the concept of impactful leadership has evolved over the course of the pandemic, what makes a leader ‘bold,’ Zana’s SOUL framework for leadership and how leaders can become more self-aware when it comes to their own style of leadership.
Managing People in the Hospitality Industry with Lauren Pearce In episode 54, Coffey talks with Lauren Pearce about the unique world of hospitality talent management. They discuss post-pandemic people management in the hospitality industry; how operations, recruitment, and retention were affected by COVID; how a shift in management style helped create a better work environment; training strategies that have improved attraction and development of talent; successfully involving managers and leaders in the recruiting process; and why leaders can benefit from being part of their local SHRM chapters.Good Morning, HR is brought to you by Imperative—premium background checks with fast and friendly service. For more information about our commitment to quality and excellent customer service, visit us at https://imperativeinfo.com.If you are an HRCI or SHRM-certified professional, this episode of Good Morning, HR has been pre-approved for half a recertification credit. To obtain the recertification information for this episode, visit https://goodmorninghr.com.About our Guest:Lauren is a 2011 graduate of Texas A&M University's Human Resource Development program with over ten years of HR experience in various industries ranging from non-profits to manufacturing. She has earned her PHR, SHRM-CP, and is the Past President of Brazos Valley SHRM. Currently, Lauren serves on the Executive Committee as the Director of HR at the Texas A&M Hotel and Conference Center. Lauren and her husband, Jeff, have a firecracker 16-month old girl, Kaci, and two mischievous dogs that contribute to the constant chaos they are blessed to call home. When not spending time with family or work, Lauren enjoys volunteering with wildlife rehabilitation, an ironic connection to her chosen professional field!Lauren Pearce can be reached at https://www.linkedin.com/in/lauren-pearce-phr-shrm-cp-212a8556 About Mike Coffey:Mike Coffey is an entrepreneur, human resources professional, licensed private investigator, and HR consultant.In 1999, he founded Imperative, a background investigations firm helping risk-averse companies make well-informed decisions about the people they involve in their business.Today, Imperative serves hundreds of businesses across the US and, through its PFC Caregiver & Household Screening brand, many more private estates, family offices, and personal service agencies.Mike has been recognized as an Entrepreneur of Excellence and has twice been named HR Professional of the Year. Additionally, Imperative is included in the prestigious Best Places to Work in Texas list and has been named the Texas Association of Business’ small business of the year.Mike is a member of the Fort Worth chapter of the Entrepreneurs’ Organization and volunteers with the SHRM Texas State Council.Mike maintains his certification as a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) through the HR Certification Institute. He is also a SHRM Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP).Mike lives in Fort Worth with his very patient wife. He practices yoga and maintains a keto diet, about both of which he will gladly tell you way more than you want to know.Learning Objectives:1. Adopt management strategies that improve talent development.2. Understand how strategic alliances and programs serve to enrich talent pool.3. Train and involve leaders in the recruiting process.
Immersive Learning and the role of VR in L&D with Rose Robertson #65 Immersive Learning and the role of VR in L&D with Rose Robertson #65
Nick Day is joined on The HR L&D Podcast sofa by Rose Robertson, Director of Learning Solutions at Roundtable Learning a company which delivers Immersive Learning Solutions that drive measurable business results through technology-enhanced, blended learning solutions ranging from, Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, eLearning, Virtual Instructor-Led Training, Instructor-Led Training, and Video Learning.
As Director of Learning Solutions, Rose leads the content development team of instructional designers, graphic designers, and project managers.
Rose possesses over 15 years in learning and development experience and has supported Fortune 500 companies to develop training programs that address business challenges through comprehensive training programs.
In this “Immersive Learning and the role of VR in L&D” episode with Rose Robertson on The HR L&D Podcast, questions asked include:

* What do the words Human Resources mean to you?
* Who are Roundtable Learning?
* Can you tell me more about why the business is so focused and such an advocate for utilizing innovate technology to support learning and development journeys?
* Why are more businesses not utilizing these learning technologies more?
* How have you seen virtual reality used in learning and development?
* How can an organization integrate virtual reality into their training program?
* How can organizations develop learning strategies that drive strategic change?
* How is instructional design in VR different from instructional design in a traditional environment?
* What L&D trends are you seeing and do you see them continuing?

Links highlighted in this episode are included below:

* Website: https://roundtablelearning.com/
* Get the Book – The Speed of Trust
* LinkedIn Profile: Rose Robertson
* How To Reboard Employees After Covid-19
* Diversity Training: How To Make It Meaningful & Impactful
* HR L&D Podcast Episode referred to during the show: Using VR for Good: Reducing Bias & Improving DEI with Dr. Robin Rosenberg #44
* The host of The HR L&D Podcast - LinkedIn Profile: Nick Day
* Leading HR Recruiters: JGA HR Recruitment

Of course, if you are an HR or L&D Leader listening to this podcast and you have an HR-related vacancy that you would love some specialist human resources recruitment support with – please also get in touch with me!  I would love to help show you what a great HR recruitment experience feels like!  You can reach out to me directly at nick@jgarecruitment.com or give me a call – 01727800377
www.jgarecruitment.com
Thanks for listening folks – I look forward to bringing you the next episode of the HR L&D Podcast real soon
Episode 65: A new generation for HR: Frauke von Polier, Chief People Officer at Viessmann Frauke introduces her passion for transformation, having seen several across her career, and her excitement for the transformation to climate solutions at Viessmann. From the principles in creating a business centred on a net positive contribution, to strategies such as a new Talent Architecture for the skills needed today and tomorrow, Frauke describes people as the soul of an organisation, and how working with the heart must be alongside a market orientated people function. Frauke also shares her thoughts on privilege and describes the importance of creating an inclusive environment at work by looking at where decisions are made. Here’s a snapshot of a few things we talked about: [2:00] HR at the centre of transformations [6:00] People & Organisation examples of transformation [11:00] A new Talent Architecture for the skills of today and tomorrow [20:00] HR for a net positive system – a new generation of thinking [26:45] Frauke and Viessmann’s support for families fleeing Ukraine [30:00] Harnessing our privilege How HR Leaders Change the World - Live! Have you heard the exciting news?! With huge thanks to you for the 5 star reviews and wonderful feedback, we're launching our first one day conference, How HR Leaders Change the World - Live!  As well as learning from inspiring HR Leaders on how your strategic, commercial HR work is also creating change and delivering ESG goals, you'll be able to discuss ideas, challenges, co-create best practice with your peer and... there's more... We're utterly thrilled to announce that our special guest, presenting a galvanising keynote, is the amazing Erin Brockovich!  In her inspiring session you'll hear Erin share her experience and advice on how you too can harness the power of your role to create positive social change. It's on 16th November 2022, at Linklaters, London.  Don't delay - we'll be in a big auditorium, but we know we won't be able to fit everyone that wants to come... so visit our website today to grab your seat before tickets sell out! It's set to be the most inspiring, changemaking, HR event ever, and we can't wait to see you there!
S09E13 - HR Rescue: Action Steps for a More Positive Work Culture Culture depends on leadership and behavior throughout your organization. People follow the cues of others. Training on its own isn’t enough to alter behavior—the way employees act is also shaped by core values, performance management and how policies are enacted. In this week’s episode, we share 5 Action Steps for a More Positive Work Culture.Thank you for listening to this podcast. We will continue to keep you updated on the changing landscape of Human Resources and address any topic area you wish to learn more about regarding HR and HR Compliance. Please leave a comment below as we value your feedback or if you have an HR question ask and we just might make your question and our next episode!Follow HR Shield Online Here:YouTube: https://youtube.com/TheHRShieldInstagram: https://instagram.com/HRShieldFacebook: https://facebook.com/HRShield Twitter: https://twitter.com/HR_Shield Podcast: https://hr-rescue-human-resour.captivate.fmWebsite: https://HR-Shield.com Store: https://HR-Rescue.comEnable our Alexa Skill!!!About HR ShieldDo you own a small business? Are you considering starting a business? Doeshiring an HR professional not fit your budget and current cash flow? Whether you are a newly certified HR professional, business owner, office manager, student or a general curious person HR Shield are certified HR specialists that provide quick, accurate and simple answers to common HR and business questions. Our mission at HR Shield is to impact those small and midsize companies that don’t yet understand the value or can’t yet afford to hire a full-time certified HR professional. Our goal is to educate the small business owner and help them understand the importance and impact an HR professional can have on their company and one day hire a full time certified professional.In addition to working with the small to mid-size business owner we provide a full white label HR portal and HR hotline for payroll companies, PEOs and staffing companies and support their small business owner clients.
S09E13 - HR Rescue: Action Steps for a More Positive Work Culture Culture depends on leadership and behavior throughout your organization. People follow the cues of others. Training on its own isn’t enough to alter behavior—the way employees act is also shaped by core values, performance management and how policies are enacted. In this week’s episode, we share 5 Action Steps for a More Positive Work Culture.Thank you for listening to this podcast. We will continue to keep you updated on the changing landscape of Human Resources and address any topic area you wish to learn more about regarding HR and HR Compliance. Please leave a comment below as we value your feedback or if you have an HR question ask and we just might make your question and our next episode!Follow HR Shield Online Here:YouTube: https://youtube.com/TheHRShieldInstagram: https://instagram.com/HRShieldFacebook: https://facebook.com/HRShield Twitter: https://twitter.com/HR_Shield Podcast: https://hr-rescue-human-resour.captivate.fmWebsite: https://HR-Shield.com Store: https://HR-Rescue.comEnable our Alexa Skill!!!About HR ShieldDo you own a small business? Are you considering starting a business? Doeshiring an HR professional not fit your budget and current cash flow? Whether you are a newly certified HR professional, business owner, office manager, student or a general curious person HR Shield are certified HR specialists that provide quick, accurate and simple answers to common HR and business questions. Our mission at HR Shield is to impact those small and midsize companies that don’t yet understand the value or can’t yet afford to hire a full-time certified HR professional. Our goal is to educate the small business owner and help them understand the importance and impact an HR professional can have on their company and one day hire a full time certified professional.In addition to working with the small to mid-size business owner we provide a full white label HR portal and HR hotline for payroll companies, PEOs and staffing companies and support their small business owner clients.
RHR 110: Supporting Lower-Income Workers with Sabina Bhatia Sabina Bhatia is an accomplished C-Suite Leader and customer champion tirelessly fighting for the financial wellness of every American worker. As a Chief Customer Officer at Payactiv, she acts as a daily advocate and amplifier for the needs of thousands of corporate clients and millions of lower-income workers.With great passion and focus, Sabina has been instrumental in building the financial category of Earned Wage Access from infancy to mainstream adoption as the most important employee wellness benefit of 2022.Sabina spent 20 years on Wall Street as an analyst restructuring financially stressed companies. She has an undergraduate degree in economics and MBA from Pace University.Sabina believes profit should go hand-in-hand with purpose and is a proud member of the Conscious Capitalism Senior Leadership Network. She is also a mentor for Girls on the Run (a national non-profit organization designed to strengthen social, emotional, physical, and behavioral skills), a certified skydiver, a 5-time marathon runner, and a 2-century bike rider.Sabina’s Profilelinkedin.com/in/sabinabhatiaWebsitepayactiv.com  (Company Website)Emaildearsabs@gmail.comTwitterWineEnthusiRebel HR is a podcast for HR professionals and leaders of people who are ready to make some disruption in the world of work.We'll be discussing topics that are disruptive to the world of work and talk about new and different ways to approach solving those problems.Follow Rebel HR Podcast at:www.rebelhumanresources.comhttps://twitter.com/rebelhrguyhttps://www.facebook.com/rebelhrpodcastwww.kyleroed.comhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/kyle-roed/Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREEDisclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the show
DEI Leadership and Accountability with Anthony Vaughan Anthony “AJ” Vaughan is obsessed with all things entrepreneurship and employee experience. We sat down with him to discuss the state of DEI leadership and accountability in the modern workplace. Find us at https://www.bernieportal.com/hr-party-of-one/BerniePortal: The all-in-one HRIS that makes building a business & managing its people easy. http://bit.ly/2NEQ5Qb▬ Episode Resources & Links ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬Twitter | Anthony Vaughnhttps://twitter.com/e1b210?lang=enLinkedIn | Anthony Vaughnhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/anthony-vaughan-8ba8a8172/The E1B2 Podcasthttps://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/mindstand-technologies-presents-the-e1b2-podcast/id1467066005The E1B2 Collectivehttps://e1b2.webflow.io/▬ Social Media ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬► LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/bernieportal► Twitter: https://twitter.com/HRPartyofOne► Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BerniePortal► Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bernieportal/▬ Podcast▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬► Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/hr-party-of-one/id1495233115► Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/5ViQkKdatT40DPLJkY2pgA► Google Podcast: https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5jYXB0aXZhdGUuZm0vaHJwYXJ0eW9mb25lLw%3D%3D► Amazon Music: https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/1874beb8-2a68-4310-8816-e704e6850995/HR-Party-of-One► iHeartRadio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-hr-party-of-one-57127074/#► Pocket Casts: https://pca.st/o6e2auqq►RSS: https://feeds.captivate.fm/hrpartyofone/ ► Other: https://hrpartyofone.captivate.fm/listen#DEI, #HR, #HumanResources, #HRTips, #HumanResourcesTips, #SmallBusiness, #HRPartyOfOne, Mentioned in this episode:Payroll by BerniePortalLearn how BerniePortal can revolutionize the way you manage HR. Watch a demo of our all-in-one benefits administration and HR software.Payroll by BerniePortal
Responding to PR Crisis in Volatile Times w/ Nick Kalm, CEO Reputation Partners Join Michael as he talks to Nick Kalm, CEO of Reputation Partners as they discuss the things companies should be thinking about when it comes to Responding to a PR crisis in volatile times. In this episode, Nick provides some great insight into the elements of developing a response plan if your company should become embroiled in one, and also tips on preventing a crisis in the first place.
91. Navigating High Conflict Personalities & Situations (feat. Megan Hunter) Megan Hunter, MBA, is the co-founder and CEO of the High Conflict Institute in San Diego, California. She is an expert in high conflict personalities and helping people influence high conflict situations by adapting their approach. She's written several books on high conflict interactions/disputes, and has provided training across the U.S. and seven countries.

This week, Megan and I discuss navigating high conflict personalities and situations.

Learn more about the High Conflict Institute here: Highconflictinstitute.com
Connect with Megan here: Megan@Highconflictinstitute.com

Connect with Traci here: https://linktr.ee/HRTraci

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Penny for your thoughts This week we had a listener submission story about a FL guy who steal a bunch of rare coins only to cash them in at a change kiosk. We have a poor guy that shoves a bottle up his butt and guess what happens. We have sort of a dark story about a gal who off's her ex, too bad she couldn't do it a couple more times... These stories and more when you tune in to Happy Hr News Team.

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HR Works Podcast 199: Closing the Skills Confidence Gap Guest: Mike Bollinger, Global Vice President of Strategic Initiatives for Cornerstone OnDemand

In this latest episode of the HR Works Podcast, Cornerstone On Demand’s Mike Bollinger (Global VP of Strategic Initiatives) joins to take a closer look at the efforts organizations are taking to reskill and upskill their workforces…or so they think!

Listen as we discuss Cornerstone’s recent 2022 Global Skills Report, learn about the Skills Confidence Gap that is leaving business leaders and their employees misaligned, and find out what is setting high-performing organizations apart from their competition in leadership development.
HR Works Showcase: The Era, Episode 3 – Make it Count The HR Works Showcase series is back with the third installment from BambooHR's podcast series, The Era. Listen as BambooHR's CEO, Brad Rencher, leads us through conversations with expert executives and members of the HR community, discussing the importance of leading through times of unprecedented change and how the ability to adapt in challenging times can help build a resilient culture and really help organizations thrive.
Episode 159 - Pam Costa - The Human Resource (HR Consulting For SMEs and Tech Startups In Australia) Today I'm joined on the show by Pam Costa from The Human Resource (an HR consulting firm in Sydney, Australia) to talk about how SMEs and tech startups can best solve their biggest HR problems . . .
For show notes and to see details of my previous guests, check out the podcast page here:
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HR Data Labs - Season 4 - Episode 7 - David Turetsky and Dwight Brown - ADP Pro Series 2022: Compensation Benchmarking Summary:While on the road at the ADP Pro Summit in Dallas, Dwight and David talked about compensation benchmarking in hopes of demystifying it and breaking down how it works. They list some of the beneficial aspects of benchmarking and other areas that present opportunities for improvement. Chapters:[0:00 -3:20] Introduction•Today’s Topic: Compensation benchmarking[3:21 -8:48] How companies can use compensation benchmarking to learn more about their workforce•Large data sets are readily available•How technology has enabled us to have more confidence in the data we use[8:49 -17:31] Where are the opportunities to improve compensation benchmarking?•Training HR employees on the ins and outs of the compensation process•The importance of understating the surveys that you’re using•How job descriptions (or the lack thereof) can impact the results of a benchmarking project[17:32 -19:29] Summary & Closing•Seek out help from experts for benchmarking projects•Thanks for listening!Quotes:“I can take two different surveys looking at the same industry and I can get vastly different results. . . . I see people come in using one survey and I think they don't necessarily know what the positives and pitfalls of that particular survey are.”“Anybody who tries to make matching and survey processes into science experiments—they fail. . . . You can know who the participants are, and the person could have done a really good job matching, but they could have excluded a bunch of people because [of whatever reason]. . .. [I’m] not trying to say they did anything nefarious, but it just happens.”Contacts:David's LinkedInDwight's LinkedInNeed some help producing your podcast? Reach out to Carl from Affogato Media at info@affogatomedia.com or visit affogatomedia.com to learn more.
EP.813: ทำไมผลงานของพนักงาน กับผลงานขององค์กรถึงไปกันคนละทาง EP.813: ทำไมผลงานของพนักงาน กับผลงานขององค์กรถึงไปกันคนละทาง by Prakal Pantapalangkura
#216: Who Owns Work? With Kristin Reed In this episode, my guest is Kristin Reed. Kristin is the senior consultant at Veldhoen + Company, where she co-creates strategies for a better world of work for everyone through activity-based work. Kristin and I sat down to discuss a strategy of work called activity-based working, or ABW, and who owns how, when and where work gets done. Punk Rock HR is proudly underwritten by The Starr Conspiracy. The Starr Conspiracy is a B2B marketing agency for innovative brands creating the future of workplace solutions. For more information, head over to thestarrconspiracy.com. To read the full show notes for this episode, visit: https://laurieruettimann.com/activity-based-work
Who is responsible for good employee experience? Who is responsible for good employee experience? Can the culture of a company affect it? Does leadership play a role? Chris discusses this with Tope Sadiku from Kraft Heinz.
Why Talent Leaders Need To Become Talent Creators With Paul Phillips, Global Head of Talent Acquisition at Avanade Paul Phillips, Global Head of Talent Acquisition at Avanade, joins us to discuss what a talent creator is (a bit
Alex Genetti, Head of People at Enable, joins us to discuss moments that matter during onboarding and why Alex Genetti, Head of People at Enable, joins us to discuss their “EnableYou” onboarding process and the moments that matter,
91. Navigating High Conflict Personalities & Situations (feat. Megan Hunter) Megan Hunter, MBA, is the co-founder and CEO of the High Conflict Institute in San Diego, California. She is an expert in high conflict personalities and helping people influence high conflict situations by adapting their approach. She's written several books on high conflict interactions/disputes, and has provided training across the U.S. and seven countries.

This week, Megan and I discuss navigating high conflict personalities and situations.

Learn more about the High Conflict Institute here: Highconflictinstitute.com
Connect with Megan here: Megan@Highconflictinstitute.com

Connect with Traci here: https://linktr.ee/HRTraci

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Mick & Hanna Weigh the Significance of ”The Great Vacation” Our dynamic duo return from their recent sabbatical to enthusiastically warn of the significance of the current "Great Vacation." Is the current clamor for time off a sign of the future need to reexamine your current vacation policies? If you do not already know the answer, according to Mick you may be f*@ked!
 
This episode is inspired by an article written by Zara Stone for Fast Company: https://www.fastcompany.com/90768726/the-great-vacation-is-upon-us-and-offices-are-struggling-to-keep-up
 
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The Hacking HR Podcast - Episode 439 Interview with Nicolas Behbahani – Nicolas is the Head of People Analytics & HR Data - People & Culture at TechnipFMC. He is focused in HR Analytics, Data Science, data Analysis, data visualization in HR data.
The Hacking HR Podcast - Episode 438 Interview with Lorie Corcuera – Lorie is the Head of HR for North America West at DNEG. She is a strategic people and culture executive with 25 years of experience in talent, culture and belonging strategy and implementation, executive coaching and leadership alignment, organizational development, diversity and inclusion, mental health and well-being, learning and development, and elevating workplace experiences that inspire purpose, connection, and impact.
54. What Is a Veteran-Ready Employer? w/ Kathy Lowrey Gallowitz Your company might be veteran-friendly—but is it veteran-ready? While most businesses are happy to hire veterans, they haven’t taken the steps needed to fully support them in the workplace. On today’s episode of the HR Mavericks podcast, I met with Kathy Lowrey Gallowitz, founder and president at Vanguard Veteran, to discuss the challenges that veterans face in the civilian world and learn how to become a veteran-ready employer.
We talked about…
The traits that make veterans great employees
Myths and misconceptions about people in the military
The difference between veteran-friendly and veteran-ready
How to identify the transferable skills of veterans
Tips for recruiting and interviewing veterans
Being aware of the differences between military and civilian culture
Best practices for working with veterans 


Overview of Vanguard Veterans' services
Complimentary Veteran-ready assessment
Beyond “Thank You for Your Service:” the Veteran Champion Handbook for Civilians
O*NET Military Crosswalk feature
Women Who Lead — a monthly free virtual leadership discussion forum for women Veterans and non-Veterans to empower leadership and foster mutual support
What If...all pay was transparent? Episode 1Employees like the idea of knowing what their colleagues earn – but that also means sharing their own salary details. Academics Emma Parry and Todd Zenger who take opposing views on whether pay transparency will help increase fairness inside organisations or lead to serious disgruntlement See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
What If...we all worked from home forever? Episode 2The coronavirus pandemic saw a forced exodus of knowledge workers from the office. But employers are divided on whether they want them back full time, part time – or not at all. Financial Times columnist Pilita Clark and Aviva chief people officer Danny Harmer explore the rights and wrongs of life on Zoom See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
What if… we all told the truth at work? Radical honesty is an increasingly popular concept, particularly among Silicon Valley firms – as is the idea of speaking truth to power. But are we all ready to hear the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth? Academics Megan Reitz and Erin Meyer – who has worked with Netflix and written about their culture of radical candour – advise how to make this actually work. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
What if… we abolished HR? It has been seven years since Ram Charan wrote his controversial article ‘It’s time to blow up HR and build something new’, and hopefully the profession has more than proved its value over the last few years. But what criticisms still get levelled at it? And are some organisations really managing well without a people function? Academic Wendy Hirsh and the CIPD's chief executive Peter Cheese discuss. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
What if… the metaverse wasn’t overhyped? (and we knew what it was) You can already watch a concert, buy designer goods or bid for virtual artwork in the metaverse... And if you work at Accenture, or one of a handful of other employers experimenting here, you can onboard yourself, undergo training and hold meetings there too. Accenture's Allison Horn explains why the possibilities are endless, while academic Phil Reed warns of a darker side. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
What if… we fell out of love with charismatic leaders? Since the financial crisis of 2008, the #MeToo movement and a series of high-profile corporate collapses, the business world has begun to question a certain brand of forthright – often macho – leadership. But do we still need ‘superstar’ leaders in some contexts? ponder academics Randall Peterson and Doyin Atewologun. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
What if… no one had to work? What would we all do all day if there were no jobs? And how likely is this to come to pass? Academic Daniel Susskind argues it is only a matter of time before mass society-wide unemployment becomes a reality, while NHS Confederation chief executive and political thinker Matthew Taylor says there will always be work – we just need to ensure it is good. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
What if… we recruited at random? If the traditional unstructured interview is about as useful at predicting on-the-job success as astrology and graphology, and many employers still rely heavily on this, should we just dispense with the whole process altogether, and recruit at random? Academic Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic and recruitment firm CEO Cynthia V Davis discuss the state of play currently, and how to make hiring better – and fairer. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Episode 7 - Working Culture, it's now vital, here's why. Since the COVID-19 pandemic the working culture has changed forever, of that there can be no doubt. We now have so many options of how to work, all as beneficial to businesses and employees alike, such as workplace premises, working from home or a mixture.
What this does bring of course is different dynamics on a daily bases depending on who is talking to who and how they are communicating. So what culture do you want within your business and how will you manage it?
Well let us try to provide you with some useful tips and guides as Alasdair and Ben talk to Chris Golby of Lumien, Chris is an expert in creating the perfect office environments and ensuring that a happy work life equals more profitability for the business, Chris explains how the two are inexplicably linked and how to maximise and harness the culture you want for your business.
Psychometric Tests For Recruitment - The Science! Psychometric testing, performed by trained psychologists, is the BEST predictor of job success of any recruitment or selection tool. It's a science and teaches you: 😄 Extraversion is not the same as social skill. It also isn't going to predict success in a job. 👯 Personality tests (think Myers Briggs) are a typology. They might help you understand people on your team but the results aren't correlated with job success. ⁉️ Interviews are, to some degree, a measure of intelligence. Intelligence IS correlated with job success.
There were so many facts in this interview with Marina Kolesnikova of Stefan, Fraser and Associates. It provided a lot of insight into which recruitment and selection tools are likely to get you a good candidate and which are not. It also dispelled many myths of the recruitment process and other things you just weren't sure about.
Find Marina at https://stefanfraser.com/
Find Andrea at https://www.linkedin.com/in/andrea-adams1/
Previewing a New Season of Redefining HR and New Initiatives Welcome to season eight of the Redefining HR podcast! There are a lot of exciting things happening in the Amplify world. Season eight will be a fun journey, with incredible guests, the new Amplify Academy and more ways to engage and collaborate with listeners.
The Intersection of Emotions and Work with Humu Head of Communications and Content Liz Fosslien In this episode of Redefining HR, I sit down with Liz Fosslien, author and head of communications and content at Humu, a company dedicated to making work better with science, machine learning and a bit of love. Liz and I discuss her career journey, her role at Humu and her work as an author and illustrator. We also dive into the creative process for the Liz and Mollie illustrations and how they have bridged the gap between emotions and work.
How to Help Your Teams Develop a Digital Mindset (interview with Paul Leonardi) The digital revolution is here, and to keep up with a world that is driven by data and technology, we need to start helping our teams develop a ‘digital mindset’ to help future-proof our organisations. To talk to us about developing a digital mindset, in this week’s episode, David will be joined by Dr Paul Leonardi, Duca Family Professor of Technology Management at UC Santa Barbara, and co-author of the book The Digital Mindset: What It Really Takes to Thrive in the Age of Data, Algorithms, and  AI. Paul will be sharing what organisations and HR Leaders need to do to start helping their employees get to what he coins the 30% rule of digital fluency – the minimum threshold of digital knowledge required to have digital conversations. The conversation will also delve into the importance of using a relational approach to analytics to help improve workforce efficiency, and what HR can do today to start adding more business value as we come out of the pandemic. Support from this podcast comes from eQ8. You can learn more by visiting: https://www.eq8.ai/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Let’s Sound Off On HR Tech: Meet Spotlyfe Josh Schwede from Spotlyfe joins me to talk about hustle culture and Spotlyfe. SPOTLYFE is the first work tech solution aimed at helping to restore personal sustainability and fulfilment in order to promote business sustainability. Because when people are more fulfilled in their lives, businesses are more fulfilled by their people.
I love the mission that Josh and the team at Spotlyfe are on and I thoroughly enjoyed our conversation.
You can learn more about Spotlyfe by checking out their website at https://www.spotlyfe.com/ and be sure to follow them on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/company/thespotlyfe/.
The Menopause Revolution - with Lesley Salem Lesley Salem is founder of Over The Bloody Moon, podcast hostess of "The Change Makers" and hostess of OTBM Masterclasses and Meet Ups, so an encyclopaedia when it comes to menopause.
Lesley joins Lucinda to talk about how the menopause affects the workplace, and how the perception of such an important event in our lives has changed across the generations.
KEY TAKEAWAYS

Menopause has always been treated as a taboo subject, and hardly talked about. However, it needs to be brought out into the open as it has a great effect on the workplace as we know it.
The Men-O-Vest has been designed to reproduce the same hot flush feelings of menopause so that more empathy can be created around a subject that many men find difficult to understand.
The construct in which women operate in many organisations is still very patriarchal. This opens a much wider question about the emergence of feminine leadership power.

BEST MOMENTS
'This was something that was treated like a dark secret'
'It's meant to be a time of reflection and connection and space'
'The voice becomes louder and more visible'
'There is a huge amount of skill sitting in that population that businesses don't want to lose'
About the Guest, Lesley Salem
With over 20 years experience working for brands and consulting for a range of clients Lesley set up Over The Bloody Moon to address a gap she noticed with her own perimenopausal journey. As a self-confessed research geek, Lesley wanted to provide reliable, emotional and practical menopause support for individuals and organisations to remove the muddle and stigma out of menopause.Seeking the knowledge of leading specialists, and her own evidence-based tools, acquired as a certified integrated health coach, and menopause coach, Lesley has carefully curated accurate, trusted information for individuals and organisations, looking to support their employees to nurture and retain female talent.
Our free menopause hub: www.overthebloodymoon.com/myotbm
Instagram: @overthebloodymoon
Facebook: @overthebloodymoonaboutmenopause
VALUABLE RESOURCES
The HR Uprising Podcast | Apple | Spotify | Stitcher  
The HR Uprising LinkedIn Group
How to Prioritise Self-Care (The HR Uprising)
How To Be A Change Superhero - by Lucinda Carney
HR Uprising Mastermind - https://hruprising.com/mastermind/  
www.changesuperhero.com
www.hruprising.com         
Over The Bloody Moon - https://www.overthebloodymoon.com/service-page/menopause-health-coaching-lesley-salem
ABOUT THE HOST
Lucinda Carney is a Business Psychologist with 15 years in Senior Corporate L&D roles and a further 10 as CEO of Actus Software where she worked closely with HR colleagues helping them to solve the same challenges across a huge range of industries. It was this breadth of experience that inspired Lucinda to set up the HR Uprising community to facilitate greater collaboration across HR professionals in different sectors, helping them to ‘rise up’ together.
“If you look up, you rise up”
CONTACT METHOD

Join the LinkedIn community - https://www.linkedin.com/groups/13714397/
Email: Lucinda@advancechange.co.uk
Linked In: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lucindacarney/
Twitter: @lucindacarney
Instagram: @hruprising
Facebook: @hruprising
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Talent Guide with Bryce Keithley - Recommended TA software, learning new trends, talent as a service A look at HR Tech from the point-of-view of TA! This episode covers:
-Talent-as-a-service, what it is, when to consider it
-Building out at TA tech stack and recommended tools
-Unsolved issues in TA and thoughts on LinkedIn

Bryce Rattner Keithley operates Great Team Partners (greatteam.partners), a talent advisory service, and advises several startups.
Labor Relatedly with Jon Hyman and Michael VanDervort on DriveThruHR Join Michael VanDervort and Jon Hyman as they discuss some of the latest developments in the currently hot Labor Relations space.  This episode is the first featuring Jon as the Labor Relations Special Correspondent for @DriveThruHR.  Okay, so maybe it's just Jon and Michael sitting down for 45 minutes to talk labor relations, but we are thrilled to have Jon as part of the DTHR team. 

In this episode, we discuss the current state of union organizing in the craft beer brewing space, the controversial closure decisions announced by Starbucks and Chipotle, along with wage and benefit increases for non-union employees at Starbucks and Trader Joe's.
Season 3 Trailer Join host, Darren Short, for this introduction to Season 3 of the HRD Masterclass podcast, brought to you by the Academy of Human Resource Development. The series releases weekly starting on August 2nd and brings you eleven episodes that explore the relationship between HRD and other disciplines, fields, and subjects. Each episode will be an hour long and dedicated to a group discussion with three scholars. In total, we’ll feature 33 scholars working in 7 countries, and between them they’re exploring the relationship between HRD and Adult Education, Antiracism, Data Analytics, Economics, Gender, HRM, Philosophy, Psychology, Spirituality, STEM, and Sustainability. As ever, all of the episodes are available free via major podcasting services, including Apple Podcast, Google Podcast, Audible, Amazon, Spotify, and many more. You can also revisit all 22 episodes of the first two seasons for free. To find out more about the podcast and learn about how you can access bonus materials, visit HRDMasterclass.com.  Subscribe today to ensure that you don’t miss any of the upcoming episodes.
Guest Amal T Anup on Engaging Gen Z | HR50 Our work teams are comprised of multi generations. And research indicates that each generation tends to have specific preferences and characteristics. I am delighted to introduce you to my work colleague, Amal Anup, to chat about one of these – Gen Z. Amal works as an HR Associate in Classification and Compensation at Capilano University in North Vancouver, British Columbia. He is originally from Kochi, Karala, India. And he speaks passionately about changes we could be making to our education systems and our organizations to better engage this newest generation to our work environments. We hope you will join us! About the Guest:Amal earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology (where he developed audio books for blind students in his spare time). He then went on to achieve his Master of Science degree in Industrial and Organizational Psychology, before making the decision to become an International Exchange student. He also completed his North American Business Management Post-Baccalauriate degree in HR Management/Personnel Administration at Capilano University. An opportunity to become an HR Intern at CapU led to his being hired, initially as an HR Assistant, then as a temporary HR Associate. He has recently been promoted to HR Associate, Classification and Compensation, where, as noted in the podcast, he is already using his savvy tech skills to digitize processes and implement efficiencies! If you wish to contact Amal, he can be reached at amaltanup@gmail.com. He can also be contacted through LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/amaltanup/Two of the YouTube Videos Referred to in the Podcast can be enjoyed at: Amal Anup - Student Video Contest First Place - Bing videoManaging Millennials and Gen Z's in Colleges - Bing videoAbout the Host: Susan has worked with people all her life. As a human resource professional, she has specialized in all aspects of employment, from hiring to retirement. She got her start as a national representative for a large Canadian union. After pursuing an undergrad degree in business administration, Susan transitioned to HR management, where she aspired to bring both employee and management perspectives to her work. Susan holds a Master of Arts degree in Leadership and Training. She retired from her multi-decade career in HR to pursue writing and consulting, and to be able, in her words, to “colour outside the lines.” She promises some fun and lots of learning through this podcast series. Susan is also the author of the book Leadership Inside Out: Effecting Change from Within available on Amazon – click below. Leadership Inside Out: Effecting Change from Within: Ney, Susan G: 9781777030162: Books - Amazon.caIf you wish to contact Susan, she can be reached through any of the following: Website: Home - Effecting Change from WithinEmail: susangney@gmail.comLinked In: www.linkedin.com/in/susan-ney-197494Facebook: www.facebook.com/susan.ney.5/Phone: (604) 341-5643Thanks for listening!It means so much that you listened to this podcast! If you know of anyone else who might find this series of interest, please share. If you have questions about this episode, please send me an email at susangney@gmail.comSubscribe to the podcastIf you wish to receive automatic notifications as new podcast episodes are made available, please subscribe.Leave a reviewRatings and reviews from listeners are used to improve the podcasts. They also help others find this series, so reviews are very much appreciated!
What Can Happen When You Say “Yes” with Host Susan Ney | HR51 I’m back! I said “yes” and created a whole lot of interesting new experiences in my life, including meeting a number of my zoom colleagues in my travels to Stirling, Scotland. When was the last time you did something that wasn’t necessarily comfortable for you? You are encouraged to say “yes” when opportunities present themselves, especially when they stretch your comfort zone. You never know what might come of the experience. It is all a part of “daring to soar”. Hope you will join me! About the Host: Susan has worked with people all her life. As a human resource professional, she has specialized in all aspects of employment, from hiring to retirement. She got her start as a national representative for a large Canadian union. After pursuing an undergrad degree in business administration, Susan transitioned to HR management, where she aspired to bringboth employee and management perspectives to her work. Susan holds a Master of Arts degree in Leadership and Training. She retired from her multi-decade career in HR to pursue writing and consulting, and to be able, in her words, to “colour outside the lines.” She promises some fun and lots of learning through this podcast series. Susan is also the author of the book Leadership Inside Out: Effecting Change fromWithin available on Amazon – click below. Leadership Inside Out: Effecting Change from Within: Ney, Susan G: 9781777030162: Books - Amazon.caIf you wish to contact Susan, she can be reached through any of the following: Website: Home - Effecting Change from WithinEmail: susangney@gmail.comLinked In: www.linkedin.com/in/susan-ney-197494Facebook: www.facebook.com/susan.ney.5/Phone: (604) 341-5643ResourcesRecree8 with Dr.Kieth Deats https://www.recree8.com Thanks for listening!It means so much that you listened to this podcast! If you know of anyone else who might find this series of interest, please share. If you have questions about this episode, please send me an email at susangney@gmail.comSubscribe to the podcastIf you wish to receive automatic notifications as new podcast episodes are made available, please subscribe.Leave a reviewRatings and reviews from listeners are used to improve the podcasts. They also help others find this series, so reviews are very much appreciated!
The Young Ones - Graduates, Interns & Entry Level Jobs Summer internship programmes are common place and done right they provide valuable work experience to students or recent graduates keen to explore their chosen field.  For organisations, such programmes are an ideal source of potential or future talent and help burnish their employer of choice brand in the marketplace. However, such programmes need to be carefully designed and managed. Organisations must ensure their programmes are diverse and accessible to ensure individuals from less economically privileged backgrounds are given equal opportunities. Interns are also not to be seen as free labour and instead paid appropriately for the contribution they make and given genuine work experience.Steven Rothberg is the Founder and Chief Visionary officer of College Recruiter. College Recruiter is a global job search site connecting students and recent graduates with internships, part-time jobs, seasonal work and entry-level career opportunities.The 3Rs of Internships [01.54]Steven explains what goes into a great internship programme. He explains that employer must see interns as potential hires and failing to hire means the internship has, in his opinion, failed its purpose.The economically privileged Intern [03:56]I put it to Steven that internships in certain sectors such as the 3rd sector are really only open to economically-privileged individuals.  Steven argues that if the work has economic-value then the work should be financially rewarded.How about older grads and interns? [07:26]Steven explains that there is some evidence that older workers are now being more favourably considered for such programmes but there is still plenty of age-discrimination.How can new employees be more visible in the age of hybrid working? [15:16]Steven agreed that concerns around the lack of visibility for new joiners in a hybrid or remote working environment is valid.  However, although difficult it certainly isn't impossible and the measurement of success is outcomes based.Do graduates have developed soft skills? [23:00]Steven is very much of the school of thought that technical skills can be taught but soft or power skills such as critical thinking require intention to improve. He particularly sees this with the large global recruiters he works with who recruit a large % of graduates.The importance of mentors [28:26]Steven explains the importance of mentors to recent graduates and younger employees joining an organisation and gives his own experience of being mentored.Resources:https://www.collegerecruiter.comhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/podcasthost/https://ovenreadyhr.com
Let’s Sound Off On HR Tech: Meet Spotlyfe Josh Schwede from Spotlyfe joins me to talk about hustle culture and Spotlyfe. SPOTLYFE is the first work tech solution aimed at helping to restore personal sustainability and fulfilment in order to promote business sustainability. Because when people are more fulfilled in their lives, businesses are more fulfilled by their people.
I love the mission that Josh and the team at Spotlyfe are on and I thoroughly enjoyed our conversation.
You can learn more about Spotlyfe by checking out their website at https://www.spotlyfe.com/ and be sure to follow them on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/company/thespotlyfe/.
Vinnie Allard – The 411 on 401(k)’s It’s difficult to keep up with the ever-changing employment law landscape.Add into that landscape state and federal tax and retirement rules and regulations that affect the benefits that are offered to employees (and/or required to be offered to employees) and we know that your company’s HR team’s head is likely spinning. Is there a way that some of the stress associated with benefits administration be shifted to a subject-matter authority? Maybe.In this episode of HR Power Hour, join host Tawny Alvarez as she talks to Vinnie Allard, Director of Advisor National Accounts at Human Interest about 401(k)s generally, how small and mid-size businesses can easily take advantage of the benefits provided this investment vehicle, and recently enacted state laws that require employers to offer 401(k)s to employees.Vinnie and his colleagues have been huge proponents of making 401(k) retirement planning easy and affordable and in this episode of HR Power Hour, we will discuss how small and medium-sized businesses can make that happen.
Phil Strazzulla - How Technology is Revolutionizing HR HR Technology is a necessity for all organizations. Recruiting, video interviews, mental health, AI, HRIS systems, DE&I implementation, performance management, employee engagement or just the basics of payroll and benefit management are just a few of the solutions you can purchase in the marketplace today. But how do you determine and get unbiased guidance on selecting what is best solution for you? On today’s episode, host CMA’s David Ciullo discusses with Phil Strazzulla, Founder of Select Software reviews, How Technology is Revolutionizing HR. We discuss trends, tips and a solution on how to find, test and select the best vendors for your HR tech needs.
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