From remote and hybrid work to quiet quitting and recession fears, the state of employee engagement has been in flux since the pandemic began. Now, HR and team leaders need a new approach to make employees feel connected to their organizations. In this keynote, originally delivered at Gartner ReimagineHR Conference, GVP Ania Krasniewska Shahidi, and Brent Cassell, VP, Advisory, demonstrate how and why stability, trust and innovation are the cornerstones of a new HR strategy. With 82% of HR leaders facing pressure to scale back or reverse the progress they have made over the past few years, this new framework can help put the focus on what employees and enterprises need to enter their next phase of growth. Dig Deeper Watch Now: Staying Bold: How HR Can Unlock Human Performance in Any Context https://bit.ly/3GeE6DT Explore the Conference: Gartner Reimagine HR Conference 2024 https://gtnr.it/3uIaUzS
This episode features an interview with Shawnee Irmen-De Anda, Chief People Officer at Thriveworks. Shawnee has two decades of experience serving as a human resources strategic business partner for growing and well-established healthcare organizations. At Thriveworks, Shawnee leads a first-class people strategy, focusing on expanding team potential and empowering sustainable growth.In this episode, Amanda sits down with Shawnee to discuss creating brand awareness while recruiting, incorporating tech into the employee experience, and fighting burnout during times of crisis.-------------------“I think in healthcare, technology should always enhance but not replace that human-to-human connection. It's really easy to leverage technology to save money at times, but that human-to-human connection is critically important. It's the same principle that we adhere to when we're looking at providing therapeutic care. Technology should also make the day-to-day functions of our teams easier, not harder or longer. At times if technology isn't working, we know the frustrations and added gray hair that that can have also. Having an intranet or centralized resource repositories, things like that for employees, is really important. Healthcare is one where you're either extremely advanced, and I think more hospital systems, things like that tend to have more up-to-date technology, or you're extremely outdated with the technology that you have. We're really lucky to have a tech and product team here that their sole purpose and what they really and truly want to do every day is make sure that our clinicians can do what they're here to do. And that's see clients, not have to battle technology challenges.” – Shawnee Irmen-De Anda-------------------Episode Timestamps:*(04:27): Shawnee's role at Thriveworks*(09:22): Segment: Getting Tactical*(09:39): How Shawnee creates brand awareness while recruiting*(11:28): The relationship between employee experience and retention *(17:50): How to incorporate tech into the employee experience*(20:25): Segment: Ripped From The Headlines*(24:10): How Thriveworks uses tech to fight employee burnout*(27:34): Segment: Asking For a Friend-------------------Links:Learn more about ThriveworksConnect with Shawnee on LinkedInEmail ShawneeConnect with Amanda on LinkedInwww.simpplr.com/podcast
In this episode, you'll discover:Your team doesn't understand your business Everyone must have visibility and a fluency to truly a be optimized practiceMetrics tell you what to do: KPI's, Scorecards, Scoreboard, Lead Flow ReportUse this tool to help your entire team understand the chiropractic business modelEpisode Highlights02:58 - The difference between a business and practice, with a focus on optimizing the business side of things.07:26 - The importance of getting your team engaged in the business side of the practice for success. 10:41 - Running a business and running a practice are interconnected, requiring a fluency in both areas for optimal performance.16:10 - An introduction to the hourglass business model for growing a successful practice.22:26 - The goal of building know, like, and trust to convert prospects into leads, then opportunities, and finally active patients.25:10 - Utilizing infographics to identify and address points of constraint in a business.32:48 - Finding the right team members to unlock practice potential and achieve desired freedom.33.34 - Join Success Partner, Steven Tait from Online Marketing for Doctors and Dr. Pete as they delve into the world of digital marketing in the medical industry. They discuss the importance of having a strong web presence, the power of breaking the mold in marketing, and the need for adventurous thinking when it comes to investing in digital strategies. As they look ahead to the future, they explore the transformative impact of AI on digital marketing and how it will shape the industry. If you're a doctor looking to enhance your online presence and attract more patients, this episode is a must-listen. Tune in and get ready to take your marketing game to the next level! Resources MentionedDownload your copy of the REM Business Hourglass Model here: https://theremarkablepractice.com/podcast-ep229-hourglassmodelsTo learn more about the REM CEO Program, please visit: http://www.theremarkablepractice.com/rem-ceoBuild your dream team with Chiro Match Makers. Learn more at https://chiromatchmakers.com/For more information Online Marketing for Doctors about please visit: http://onlinemarketingfordoctors.com.au/Schedule a Brainstorming call with Dr. PeteDr. Stephen's LinkedInDr. Peter's LinkedInThe Remarkable CEO WebsiteDr. Stephen's Book – The Remarkable Practice: The Definitive Guide to Build a Thriving Chiropractic Business
In this episode, we talk about thriving though the holiday season - excelling in customer experience and empoyee engagement. This will help you grow your sales and your reputation. Invest in my 5-star rated course on Customer Experience and Leadership: http://6canons.com/ - Keep a close eye on how often you are asking for donations or tips from your customers - balance that so that don't feel manipulated - Keep your customer experience top of mind with personalized moments, steamlined shopping processes - Ensure your team feels cared for by prioritizing recognition, supporting wellness, and creating opportunities to learn and grow throughout the year It's time for the great service comeback! Visit http://6canons.com/ to invest in my latest virtual hospitality program. Tony Johnson is a Customer Experience Expert, Keynote Speaker, and Author with a wide background including decades in retail and restaurants. He regularly speaks and coaches organizations to IGNITE THEIR SERVICE using his common sense approach to Customer engagement. Tony has spoken to government agencies and Fortune 500 companies to unlock their amazing capacity for excellence. Check out my FREE Resources and Training Tools: Web: https://www.igniteyourservice.com/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/RecipeforserviceNet Twitter: https://twitter.com/The_TonyJohnson Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/THE_TONYJOHNSON/ Tik Tok: https://vm.tiktok.com/owrTbL/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tonyjohnsoncx/ Music: http://www.bensound.com
Do you want to know how to challenge leaders to foster a culture of responsibility and ownership from day one? Drawing parallels from his rodeo days, Zach emphasizes the transformative power of struggle and the vital role it plays in personal and team growth. He critiques the common leadership pitfalls of coddling and rescuing team members from their challenges, instead advocating for a space where individuals can stretch their capabilities and embrace the discomfort that comes with genuine growth. Zach's message is clear: stop shielding your team from struggle, let them stand tall in their responsibilities, and watch them—and yourself—thrive in the arena of leadership.
In this episode, Adam Chen interviews Shane Pahl, a consultant by trade and organizational anthropologist by training. We discuss such heady topics as defining what intraprenuership means and how we see that play out in the organizations we have both worked with. Take a listen to glean insights on how organizations can cultivate people and foster innovation from the viewpoint of a hired gun brought in from the outside. Resources The Innovation Economy Website: https://www.innovationeconomy.show Sign up for The Agile Brand newsletter here: https://agilebrandguide.com/ Get the latest news and updates on LinkedIn here: https://www.linkedin.com/showcase/innovationeconomy/ Listen to our other podcast, The Agile Brand with Greg Kihlström: https://www.theagilebrand.show The Innovation Economy podcast is brought to you by Arlington Economic Development: https://www.arlingtoneconomicdevelopment.com The Innovation Economy is produced by Missing Link—a Latina-owned strategy-driven, creatively fueled production co-op.
Employees who are not engaged or actively disengaged cost the world $8.8 trillion in lost productivity. This is equivalent to 9% of global GDP. The focus on creative talent attraction, candidate engagement, and employee engagement persists across industries. In Q4, artificial intelligence, particularly in HR, is a prominent and uncertain topic. PS: Wendy Sellers was published in USA Today.
On this episode of the Experience Unveiled I am joined by SAP SuccessFactors Chief Scientist, Dr. Autumn Krauss for a conversation on employee experience, including how the view of EX has evolved and thoughts on its evolution. Our discussion covers: How the SAP SuccessFactors Growth & Insights team supports growth opportunities for SAP SuccessFactors How SAP SuccessFactors is reimagining the learning experience for employees How employee experience has evolved over time and what prompted the evolution Employee experience in 2023 and what's next For more information, visit the SAP Growth and Insights HR Research Library, referenced in this episode.
In another enlighening episode of Better Leaders, Better Workplaces, host Vivian Blade invites Colonel Charlie Davis, a retired military intelligence expert, to delve into the untapped potential of vulnerability in leadership. Together, they uncover the transformative impact of embracing personal resilience, fostering authentic connections, and reshaping organizational culture. From combat zones to boardrooms, this thought-provoking discussion will empower listeners like you to navigate challenges with grace and lead their teams to extraordinary heights. Vivian and Charlie discuss the importance of role modeling vulnerability in the business world and uncover the key to developing resilient teams and organizations. Charlie is particularly surprised by just how much people crave engagement with their leaders and how even one person can make a significant impact on an organization, regardless of their position. Connect with Col. Davis: email - firstname.lastname@example.org | LinkedIn Resources: Virtual Fireside Chat with Col. Charlie Davis, Tuesday, November 28, 12:00 p.m. ET: Register for live event or recording 10 Critical Questions to Jump-Start Resilience
On this episode of Team Building Saves the World we wrap up Season 4 with leadership expert Lisa Nordquist. Join us as we explore practical insights, success stories, and actionable strategies for effective leadership, employee engagement, and organizational change. Listen as we uncover the keys to putting theories into practice, as Lisa shares her invaluable experiences and innovative approaches, guiding listeners towards a transformative journey in pursuit of organizational excellence. You don't want to miss this one.
Join hosts Scott De Long, Ph.D and Vince Moiso, MBA for episode 5.5 of The CEO Podcast. In this episode, they are joined by special guest, Mike Lee for an enriching episode featuring exploring and discussing what is expected from the "Leaders of Tomorrow." They dive deep into the essence of cultivating exceptional leadership within individuals and organizations. With Mike Lee's profound insights as the anchor, the discussion unveils the transformative power of mentorship and guidance in developing robust leadership skills. Gain exclusive access to strategies that elevate leadership potential, setting the stage for remarkable growth. Transitioning seamlessly, the trio delves into the dynamics of collaborating effectively with the millennial generation. Discover actionable approaches curated by Mike and our hosts, fostering understanding and synergy in the workplace across different generations. As the conversation unfolds, the spotlight shines on the significance of coaching in personal and professional spheres. Mike Lee's expertise unravels the transformative impact of coaching, unlocking hidden leadership capabilities and fostering personal growth. Concluding on a powerful note, Scott, Vince, and Mike, delve into the liberating journey of meditation and shedding limiting beliefs. Tune in to explore how these practices pave the way for unprecedented personal and professional growth, culminating in exclusive strategies to elevate productivity in work and life. This episode of The CEO Podcast is a captivating journey through leadership evolution, intergenerational collaboration, the transformative potential of coaching, and the liberating impact of practices like meditation. Tune in to glean wisdom from Scott, Vince, and Mike, and unlock your full leadership potential for enhanced productivity and personal growth. ABOUT OUR GUEST: In a word of seemingly ceaseless distractions and dwindling focus, Mike Lee applies his focus to the concept and practice of transformative leadership. Blending insights gleaned from basketball luminaries such as Steph Curry and Joel Embiid with his personal journey through adversity, Mike forges a visionary path toward leadership and high performance. His approach activates the ambitions of the bold, offering guidance to elevate influence and effect change. With Mike's guidance, leaders and teams may embark on a transformative journey, unlocking the power of HeartMind activation—a fusion of spiritual presence and an athlete's mindset. This approach equips organizations to navigate the evolving world of work, fostering engagement, cultivating a culture of belonging, and triumphing in the battle for talent. Through impactful keynotes and actionable strategies, Mike ignites transformations, nurturing the pillars of people, purpose, and profit, steering us towards the pinnacle of sustainable peak performance. Mike is also an author and his new book, New Rules for the Future of Leadership, is available November 21, 2023. Learn more about Mike, his work, and his book by visiting www.mindshiftlabs.com or contacting him at email@example.com. ABOUT OUR HOSTS: Scott De Long, Ph.D., is an entrepreneur, author, educator, and the Founder of Lead2Goals, a business leadership organization that provides coaching, facilitation, and training for growth-oriented organizations. Scott has recently released his first book, "I Thought I Was A Leader... A Journey to Building Trust, Leading Teams & Inspiring Change." Available at Amazon. Vince Moiso, MBA, is the Founder and President of VIS Aspire Inc., a business management consultant group. He is also a Principal and President of Oceanside Glass & Tile. Vince is the author of the book "How to Survive the Wilderness: The Playbook for the Entrepreneur and High Performer." Also available at Amazon. To learn more about Scott De Long, Ph.D., and Vince Moiso, MBA, please visit theceopodcast.net. If you have questions or comments, or to make topic suggestions for future episodes, please contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org. ABOUT LEAD2GOALS: Lead2Goals is based in Southern California and provides business leadership training and employee development through soft skills training, executive coaching, team-building, and strategic planning. To learn more, please contact Scott at email@example.com or visit lead2goals.com. ABOUT VIS ASPIRE: VIS Aspire is a small business consulting firm dedicated to the flooring industry. Their mission is to transform your business and exceed expectations through mindful preparation and meaningful action. To learn more, please contact Vince at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit visaspireinc.com.
Special Guest: Cathy Brown, EFS Advisory Board Member, Former Exec Director What's it like being a neurodivergent leader? How do you lead and manage neurodivergent employees? Cathy speaks about her own personal experience of late diagnosis with ADHD and how she asked for reasonable adjustments and got practical help through Access to Work. Join us as we discuss neurodivergence as a leader and as an employee. Host: Jo Dodds
For organizations across the globe, a recent Gallup survey revealed an alarming statistic: only about one-third of employees are engaged. Of the majority who are not engaged, 16% are actively disengaged, often due to flaws in the workplace such as a lack of vision or lack of clarity from leadership. Improving employee engagement is essential for achieving better productivity, results, and workforce morale – but what can leaders do to reverse this trend that seems to have worsened in recent years? Katharine Halpin, our guest in Episode 170 of The MINDSet Game® podcast, offers several practical, actionable solutions. As a master-level certified coach, author, and speaker, Katharine left her CPA career to help executives and managers transform their teams and organizations into true communities where trust and respect are demonstrated. By inspiring people to bring their best selves to work every day and helping them feel safe to step up and speak up, these communities then drive organic growth and ignite innovation. In this week's episode, Katharine shares the following: Simple techniques for engaging employees, such as setting clear due dates for projects, following through with interim checkpoints so employees feel supported, and ensuring that everyone feels that their ideas are heard Some of the true reasons why employees may be disengaged, and how managers can avoid these common pitfalls The value of connecting with employees on an emotional level, which can often be achieved through simple gestures such as giving them handwritten notes or asking about their families How to engage employees during meetings, thereby ensuring that everyone's time is spent productively To learn more about Katharine and her process, find her on LinkedIn, visit https://halpincompany.com, or look for her books on Amazon. To subscribe to The MINDset Game, visit www.TheMINDsetGame.com.
LinkedIn is increasingly becoming a critical tool for sales and business. Add in AI, and now it's taking it to a whole different level. Companies that promote and support employee engagement and usage, especially thriving sales organizations that leverage social selling strategies, are reaping strong rewards. Where is it headed and how should employees and companies leverage it to build strong brands and uncover new business opportunities? In this latest episode, Brand the Change is thrilled to have LinkedIn Whisperer Brynne Tillman. Brynne provides a state of the state as well as some futuristic insights on integrating AI and where this powerful platform, now closing in on a billion users, is headed for employees and companies. Resources The Innovation Economy Website: https://www.innovationeconomy.show Sign up for The Agile Brand newsletter here: https://agilebrandguide.com/ Get the latest news and updates on LinkedIn here: https://www.linkedin.com/showcase/innovationeconomy/ Listen to our other podcast, The Agile Brand with Greg Kihlström: https://www.theagilebrand.show The Innovation Economy podcast is brought to you by Arlington Economic Development: https://www.arlingtoneconomicdevelopment.com The Innovation Economy is produced by Missing Link—a Latina-owned strategy-driven, creatively fueled production co-op.
Jenny D and Colleen Manzini discuss their experiences as women in their 50s who are reinventing themselves and striving to be the best versions of themselves. They talk about their college years, the struggles of finding their true passions, and the fear of taking a leap into something new. They emphasize the importance of being authentic, honest, and true to oneself. Colleen shares her journey as a beauty coach and the need for women to support and uplift each other. They encourage listeners to take risks, follow their passions, and not be afraid to start over. Colleen started Coaching with Colleen in 2022. She provides mentoring and guidance in the areas of Networking, and Employee Engagement based around the foundation of educating others in business and the workplace. www.colleenmanzini.com Make sure to subscribe to my podcast on my website www.spillwithme.com
One hundred years of research tells us that a bump in salary does not impact employee engagement. In fact, MIT recently published findings showing that how appreciated employees feel has three times more influence on their decision to stay or leave a job than compensation. Not only does this reduce the cost of turnover, but companies that pay attention to their human capital outperform others. Dr. Paul White joins Kevin to discuss the 5 Languages of Appreciation in the workplace. These include Words of Affirmation, Quality Time, Acts of Service, Tangible Gifts, and Physical Touch. The implementation of appreciation isn't a top-down process. It starts with education, creating a shared language among team members, and then grows naturally. It's about connecting people and recognizing them for who they are, not just their work. Listen For... 00:00 Meet Our Guest: Dr. Paul White 03:12 Dr. White's Exploration of Workplace Appreciation 05:38 The Business Benefits of Employee Appreciation 07:59 Personal Story: The Impact of Appreciation on Relationships 08:21 Beyond Paychecks: What Truly Satisfies Employees 09:15 Misconceptions About Pay and Employee Engagement 10:37 Case Study: The Role of Appreciation in Employee Retention 12:01 Appreciation: Not Just a Leadership Concern 12:30 The Power of Peer-to-Peer Appreciation 13:55 The Limitations of Employee Recognition Programs 14:27 Personalized Appreciation: Beyond Performance 15:18 Why Middle Group Employees Matter 16:02 Appreciation in Remote Work: Building Connectivity 17:34 Exploring the Five Languages of Workplace Appreciation 20:05 Acts of Service in the Workplace: Real Examples 21:51 Tangible Gifts: Personalization Matters 23:45 Navigating Physical Touch in Professional Contexts 26:36 Generational Insights: Appreciation Languages 28:00 Quality Time: A Generational Preference Shift 28:28 Proactive Relationship Building in Remote Work 30:02 The Importance of Being Proactive in Remote Teams 31:19 Tips for Effective and Specific Appreciation 34:12 Closing Meet Paul Name: Dr. Paul White His Story: Dr. Paul White is the coauthor of the best-selling book, The 5 Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace, with Dr. Gary Chapman, which has sold over 550,000 copies and has been translated into 25 languages. He is also a psychologist and speaker who “makes work relationships work.” He has written articles for and been interviewed by the BBC news, Business Week, CNN/Fortune.com, Entrepreneur.com, Fast Company, Fortune, FoxBusiness.com, the New York Times, U.S. News and World Report, Washington Post, and Yahoo! Finance. As a speaker and trainer, Dr. White has taught around the world, for organizations including PepsiCo. https://www.drpaulwhite.com/ https://www.appreciationatwork.com/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/paul-white-ph-d-3178276/, Book Recommendations The 5 Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace: Empowering Organizations by Encouraging People by Gary Chapman, Paul White The Pioneers: The Heroic Story of the Settlers Who Brought the American Ideal West by David McCullough Related Episodes Creating Connection in the Age of Isolation with Dan Schawbel The Connector Manager with Jaime Roca Join Our Community If you want to view our live podcast episodes, hear about new releases, or chat with others who enjoy this podcast join one of our communities below. Join the Facebook Group Join the LinkedIn Group Leave a Review If you liked this conversation, we'd be thrilled if you'd let others know by leaving a review on Apple Podcasts. Here's a quick guide for posting a review. Review on Apple: https://remarkablepodcast.com/itunes Podcast Better! Sign up with Libsyn and get up to 2 months free! Use promo code: RLP
Dr. Paul White is a renowned psychologist, author, speaker, and consultant providing effective coaching in the workplace. He is the co-author of the bestseller - The 5 Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace, with Dr. Gary Chapman and has been featured in The New York Times, BBC News, Fortune, and CNN as a leading voice in embracing a positive work culture in the modern workspace. In this episode, Dr. Paul White discusses the importance of connection and positivity in a world filled with division and negativity. Dr. White emphasizes that creating trust within the workplace is crucial for effective communication and teamwork. It is necessary to establish a culture where team members feel safe, valued, and comfortable expressing themselves. By promoting trust and authentic appreciation, teams can enhance their communication and collaboration, leading to better results and increased employee retention. Don't miss this inspiring conversation with Dr. Paul White. Tune in now and be part of the global movement to live bright, live bold, and share bright vibes. Connect with Dr. Paul White Website: https://www.appreciationatwork.com/ Facebook: www.facebook.com/appreciationatwork LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/5-languages-of-appreciation-in-the-workplace Twitter: https://twitter.com/drpaulwhite Book: The 5 Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace Follow the BriteVibe podcast Instagram: @britevibesonly Facebook: @BriteVibe TikTok: @britevibe YouTube: @BriteVibe 00:05:01 Appreciation languages in the workplace. 00:09:56 Recognition and appreciation are important. 00:19:28 Teach team members to communicate appreciation. 00:21:12 Culture and appreciation are key. 00:28:32 Connection is key for appreciation. 00:29:50 Connection is key for retention.
This episode features an interview with Betsy Leatherman, Global President of Consulting Services at Leadership Circle. Betsy has 10 years of experience transforming executives and middle managers into exceptional leaders. In her current role, Betsy helps clients become more effective leaders so they can make decisions that engage and motivate members of their organizations and customers they serve. In this episode, Amanda and Betsy discuss leadership development, common mistakes leaders make during layoffs, and the two leadership orientations.-------------------“The rubber meets the road at the middle manager. Because, even if you've got a great leadership team that's highly developed, if they do not translate that through the way in which a middle manager shows up to a frontline employee, it doesn't matter. If you've got a great set of senior leaders, let's say, and then a set of middle managers that haven't been developed, it can actually be really, really challenging for the frontline employee. Because, they see one thing and they experience something so different, and immediately they'll lose trust. My perspective is if you start at a customer and then you move backwards in terms of importance, frontline employees are very important to be extraordinarily well-resourced. Their managers also have to be even better resourced, personally, to help them handle their complexities. When that occurs, all of a sudden it's at scale. You, as a leader, a senior leader in the organization, you're at scale because you're helping them to be better and you're getting their perspective and vantage point that you might otherwise not be offered.” – Betsy Leatherman-------------------Episode Timestamps:*(01:59): Betsy dives into leadership development *(08:35): Segment: Story Time*(10:23): Why Betsy created a career in leadership development *(17:17): Segment: Getting Tactical*(25:16): Betsy explains the two leadership orientations *(34:24): Segment: Ripped From The Headlines*(34:54): Common mistakes leaders make during layoffs *(40:46): Segment: Asking For a Friend-------------------Links:Learn more about Leadership CircleEmail BetsyConnect with Betsy on LinkedInFollow Betsy on X (formerly Twitter)Connect with Amanda on LinkedInwww.simpplr.com/podcast
Employee Engagement & Retention - INTERVIEW Coach James Mayhew who has been working with companies like yours with proven techniques to increase employee engagement, improve collaboration and teamwork, and help you hit your goals.
Join Rex Miller and Karen Mozes from Gensler in this episode of The Resilience Lab Podcast. They explore Karen's role in shaping an inclusive culture and navigating pandemic challenges with empathy and transparency. Along the way, they uncover the vital role of emotional intelligence in leadership and insights into addressing evolving employee needs. With the evolving role of leaders and coaching skills in managing diverse teams, Karen envisions a future where inclusivity is a top business metric. Their conversation leads them to discuss team growth, data analysis, and emotional intelligence reports connected to leadership patterns. Don't miss these gems of wisdom for building resilient and inclusive workplaces! The Resilience Lab is an Imagine a Place Production.
How can leaders faced with tremendous global upheaval create more resilient and trustworthy systems? Find out as Bill Banham talks with Terence Tse, recent Disrupt London speaker and co-author of the awesome new book The Great Remobilization: Strategies and Designs for a Smarter Global Future.Terence says the turmoil of recent years gives leaders an unprecedented opportunity to redesign global strategies and systems and to remobilize toward a smarter, more resilient, and equitable future. Drawing from one hundred interviews and conversations with top-level executives, entrepreneurs, policymakers, diplomats, generals, scholars, and other leading experts from around the world, the book aims to show how to create new inclusive visions with the aim of rebuilding the trust that will allow for both human and economic growth. Insightful and forward-thinking, The Great Remobilization powerfully illustrates the rare opportunity that we have in this historic moment to actively redesign our fragile, overpressurized global systems and develop new strategies and leadership approaches for the future. We do our best to ensure editorial objectivity. The views and ideas shared by our guests and sponsors are entirely independent of The HR Gazette, HRchat Podcast and Iceni Media Inc. This episode is supported by Right Management North America and ManpowerGroup. For 40+ years, Right Management has transformed organizations across more than 75 countries by evaluating, developing, and transitioning their talent. Their strong pool of coaches and leadership experts works closely with candidates to help them identify their strengths, develop new capabilities, or transition to new careers.Feature Your Brand on the HRchat PodcastThe HRchat show has had 100,000s of downloads and is frequently listed as one of the most popular global podcasts for HR pros, Talent execs and leaders. It is ranked in the top ten in the world based on traffic, social media followers, domain authority & freshness. The podcast is also ranked as the Best Canadian HR Podcast by FeedSpot and one of the top 10% most popular shows by Listen Score. Want to share the story of how your business is helping to shape the world of work? We offer sponsored episodes, audio adverts, email campaigns, and a host of other options. Check out packages here and contact email@example.com. Follow us on LinkedIn Subscribe to our newsletter Check out our in-person events
Meet Dena. She's a staunch advocate for more diversity, equity and inclusion in all aspects of our lives. Her advocacy work began at just 16 years old when she was a volunteer for a Black and Brown LGBTQ youth HIV outreach program in the inner cities of Connecticut. Her career has included leading employee resource groups for corporations and nonprofits, becoming the first Black CEO and board chair of the Trans Chorus of Los Angeles, and now, she continues to shape the DEI landscape through her consultancy. Tune in, and uncover ways to create inclusive communities where everyone can express their truth.
Building Legacies: Empowering Communities and Thriving Workplaces E36 In our latest podcast episode, we had the pleasure of hosting Lindsay, a seasoned leader with almost 17 years of dedicated service at Desert Financial Credit Union, and Nikki, a passionate advocate for employee engagement and the driving force behind PeopleForward Network. This conversation, as the others […] The post Building Legacies: Empowering Communities and Thriving Workplaces E36 appeared first on Business RadioX ®.
Special Guest: Alex Eade: Marketing Manager at Footprint Digital Lifelong learning and keeping education at the core of everything we do is paramount to the team at Footprint Digital. Our industry, digital marketing, has often been seen as smoke and mirrors, with clients confused about what agencies are actually doing for them, and agencies using this confusion to their advantage. Footprint Digital was set up to be the antithesis to this, demystifying and humanising marketing to help clients make more confident decisions. As part of this attempt to spread information rather than gatekeep, we began lecturing to university students in 2015 and soon realised that there was a gap between the theory students learnt, and the practical understanding they'd need for a successful start to their career. We set up the Footprint Academy to help them with the skills they'd need in the real world. Alex Eade is the Marketing Manager at Footprint Digital, and after a master degree in Business Management, in 2016 she began her digital marketing career by joining the Footprint Academy. Since then she has managed content teams, developed new digital marketing products, worked in-house in branding, email marketing and CRM for a global restaurant group, and returned to Footprint Digital in 2020 where she set up an online course to complement the Footprint Academy.' Join us as we discuss bridging the gap from academia to the real world. Listen Live (Archive Available) Host: Jo Moffatt
Communication acts as a powerful tool in building a highly engaged and productive workforce. When communication channels are open and clear, employees are more likely to understand their roles in achieving organizational goals and motivate them to contribute their best. The trick lies in learning how to leverage communication to increase that engagement. In this episode, we hear from Michelle Heath, Strategy and Planning Manager at Cisco Brought to you by Prezent and Executive Producer, Rajat Mishra.
Do you feel a compulsion to have a creative outlet?In Episode 057 of the Cafe Grit Podcast, I sat down with my good friend Mike Goggin to talk about creativity.Since I was a child I have had a strong drive to create things that are beautiful or funny or have some emotional impact on myself or others.I followed that creative urge when I learned to sew on an old-fashioned treadle machine at age 8.I started writing poems, essays, and short stories around the same time.I macraméd, I crocheted, I painted, I made jewelry out of metal and clay; I scrapbooked and made holiday cards and cross-stitched.Now I write, podcast, and create fun things in more advanced apps like Canva.Mike has a similar story and he shares much of that in this episode.What drives our creativity? Is everyone moved by creative works? What keeps us from moving forward in our endeavors?Check out the full episode and let me know what you think!
Today, John Duisberg sits down with Seth Bartholomew, the Head of Employee Experience at Chronosphere. With a rich background in People leadership roles at top companies such as Huly, Disney, and FabFitFun, Seth has a unique perspective on how to create thriving company cultures and empower employees to truly flourish. Discover how Chronosphere operationalizes company values across different geographies and time zones, while maintaining a welcoming, remote-first environment. You'll also learn about the importance of intentionality in acquiring and retaining talent, the role of data in crafting better employee experiences, and the critical best practices shared in Chronosphere's Remote-First Playbook. Tune in to hear Seth and John's conversation about helping your organization and people flourish in a remote-first work environment. Don't forget to join our leadership community at thegreatretention.com to stay informed about upcoming events and other helpful content designed to help you go further as a people-first leader and develop a winning culture, everywhere your leadership influence reaches. Resources related to this episode Visit https://chronosphere.io/ Follow Seth Bartholomew at https://www.linkedin.com/in/sethbartholomew/ Referenced during today's episode: https://www.donut.com/ Credits Theme Music
When talking about business innovation, a lot of focus is placed on large enterprises, yet according to numbers from the Small Business Administration in January of 2023 99.9% - yes, 99.9% of companies, or roughly 33.2 million businesses are considered small businesses. Today we're going to talk about the valuable role that small businesses play, as well as how the places that small businesses are located in can help them back. To help me discuss this topic, I'd like to welcome Tara Palacios, Director of BizLaunch at Arlington Economic Development, based in Arlington County, Virginia. RESOURCES The Innovation Economy Website: https://www.innovationeconomy.show Sign up for The Agile Brand newsletter here: https://agilebrandguide.com/ Get the latest news and updates on LinkedIn here: https://www.linkedin.com/showcase/innovationeconomy/ Listen to our other podcast, The Agile Brand with Greg Kihlström: https://www.theagilebrand.show The Innovation Economy podcast is brought to you by Arlington Economic Development: https://www.arlingtoneconomicdevelopment.com The Innovation Economy is produced by Missing Link—a Latina-owned strategy-driven, creatively fueled production co-op. SYNOPSIS The focus of economic development, as discussed in the episode, is to make a meaningful difference in someone's life and assist them in building a sustainable business. The host emphasizes that the goal is not merely to fulfill a requirement, but to genuinely impact individuals and their families. The philosophy is centered around uplifting everyone and creating opportunities for individuals to establish businesses that can support themselves and others. To achieve this, the episode suggests thinking creatively and looking beyond the challenges posed by the pandemic. The host mentions that they are actively exploring new tools and approaches to support economic development. They highlight the importance of forging partnerships with the right organizations, including unconventional ones, to foster meaningful collaborations. An example of such a partnership mentioned in the episode is with Amazon and AWS. Additionally, the episode addresses the challenges faced by small businesses within the context of economic development. The host acknowledges that small businesses often become consumed by day-to-day operations and the constant pursuit of growth. However, they emphasize the significance of staying aware of the changes happening around them, such as redevelopment and new business opportunities. Property owners may choose to redevelop their properties, which can pose challenges for existing businesses. Therefore, economic development efforts should also focus on honoring legacy businesses and finding ways to support them during property development processes. Throughout the episode, the host and guest stress the importance of thinking outside the box and collaborating with diverse organizations for economic development. They emphasize that economic development is not limited to traditional methods, but also involves exploring new tools and approaches. They underscore the need to look beyond the pandemic and identify the lessons learned that can have a lasting impact on economic development. The guest shares their philosophy of making a positive difference in people's lives and helping them build sustainable businesses. They express their motivation to uplift everyone and create opportunities for success. The host agrees and emphasizes the importance of partnering with the right organizations, including new types of organizations, to achieve these goals. One specific example of a partnership mentioned in the episode is with Amazon and AWS. The guest highlights the benefits of this partnership and how it contributes to economic growth and stability. Overall, the episode emphasizes the necessity for economic development initiatives to think innovatively, collaborate with diverse organizations, and explore innovative approaches to create lasting impact and support sustainable businesses. Arlington Economic Development offers a range of resources and tools to support the growth and success of small businesses. One of the programs they have implemented is BizLaunch, which is led by Tara Palacios. BizLaunch aims to provide assistance to small businesses and help them navigate the challenges they face. This includes offering guidance on marketing, economic development, and community engagement. In addition to providing resources, Arlington Economic Development recognizes the importance of digital communication in reaching and supporting small businesses. They have observed a digital divide between older, established businesses and new startups when it comes to adapting to online platforms. While startups were able to pivot and adapt to the digital landscape, older businesses struggled to make the transition. To address this issue, Arlington Economic Development has implemented a program called relaunch. This program aims to bridge the digital divide by providing support and resources to help legacy businesses adapt to the online world. Overall, Arlington Economic Development is committed to fostering a thriving business community in Arlington, Virginia. They acknowledge the vital role that small businesses play in the local economy and understand that supporting these businesses is crucial for the overall economic development of the community. Through programs like BizLaunch and relaunch, they provide the necessary tools and resources to help small businesses thrive and succeed in an increasingly digital world.
Chicago — Rival, formerly SilkRoad Technology, today announced a relaunch of its recruiting product, Rival Recruit, which is now available. The new url is https://rival-hr.com/ https://hrtechfeed.com/silkroad-changes-name-to-rival/ Engagedly, the cloud-based talent management software for Performance, Learning & Development, and Employee Engagement solutions, in its pursuit to improve employee engagement, performance, and experience, has acquired theEMPLOYEEapp, an employee communication platform for deskless employees. https://hrtechfeed.com/engagedly-acquires-theemployeeapp/ Phenom announced registration is now open for its fifth annual IAMPHENOM conference on April 23-25 in Philadelphia. The premier Intelligent Talent Experience conference will bring together 1,800+ professionals across talent acquisition, talent management, HR, HRIS, and the c-suite to learn innovative ways to accelerate hiring, improve recruiter inefficiencies, boost employee evolution and retention, transform workforce planning, and much more by leveraging AI and automation. Register by the December 31, 2023 earliest bird deadline to save more than 50% off the 2-day conference ticket price. Complete details are on iamphenom.com.
Nick Hughes is joined by Jeff Wickert, who is CEO of Quoala from Seattle, WA. People are quitting their jobs and companies don't know why. That's a problem for businesses, but when these people are essential workers, it's a problem for society. Essential workers like Nurses and Police don't sit at a desk and they don't have time to write reasons why they are ready to quit. We know employees are talking, so Quoala makes it easy to listen. By listening regularly, Quoala customers will establish a baseline based on words, track movement in employee attitudes, and take action to retain essential employees.The episode starts with Nick and Jeff discussing his background and journey into entrepreneurship and startups. Nick asks, Why entrepreneurship?! His answer is very interesting. They then talk about his experience pitching at Founders Live Seattle, winner and his tips on pitching at the event. Next, Nick and Jeff talk about why he started the company, and what is Quoala? We learn how AI is helping this, and what are the biggest challenges with employee engagement. Looking forward, Jeff and his team have some interesting ideas of how to improve employee experience and engagement! The end with his advice for founders and early stage startups. This is a great interview with an emerging startup leader from Seattle, we hope it helps you today.https://quoala.co/
The signature survey that aims to take the pulse of the federal workforce each year found slight gains this year in employees' overall views over the organizations they work for, with 68% now saying they're satisfied with their jobs — up two percentage points from 2022. The question of job satisfaction is just one component of a broader index the Office of Personnel Management terms “employee engagement” — a composite score that tries to measure workers' views on factors like effective leadership, meaningful work, and opportunities for growth. In 2023, that score increased to 72%, up one percentage point from the year before, and tying the government's score from 2020 — a five-year high. Meanwhile, 67% of employees said they'd recommend their agencies to job seekers, up from 65% in 2023. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
By Adam Turteltaub Kristine Coy-Foster (LinkedIn), Senior Manager, Compliance & Employee Engagement at Vulcan, had a challenge many in compliance face: tracking all her to-dos, and then, once a to-do turned to done, tracking the accomplishment. It was important for her to be able to capture the challenges she faced, new ideas tested and processes developed. Trying to keep it all straight in Outlook or Excel spreadsheets wasn't enough. To solve the problem she invested the time to learn Smartsheet, a platform that primarily is for managing projects and automating processes. In it, she created workstreams, alerts, dashboards and more. She also created categories for each of the functional areas she oversees and organized her to-dos accordingly. The solution has worked well for her, but, she cautions, it does take a strong commitment to keeping everything up to date. Listen in to learn more about how to put this tool to work for you, or, maybe, customize the tool you are already using to track your own compliance team's progress.
Welcome to this month's Culture & podcast as Humanworks8's Shawn Gulyas gets you rethinking leadership development and your next team meeting. He guides you through the jungle of leadership jargon into a masterclass in molding a workplace culture that vibrant and engaging. Shawn unveils practical insights, tips, and tangible tools to help you build a strong business culture that sparks engagement and aligns people around shared values and purpose. Get ready to bring work to life and life to work as we unleash the potential of meaningful leadership moments. Who should listen: Business founders, HR leaders, and anyone passionate about cultivating a strong organizational culture that fuels growth and engagement. Takeaways: Elevate your leadership: Discover the impact of focusing on leadership moments rather than mere training on how to be a leader. Explore how caring, connection, and empathy can transform your leadership practice. Gratitude as a game-changer: Uncover the incredible power of gratitude in strengthening relationships, fostering engagement, and driving bottom-line results. Learn how to build a gratitude practice that creates meaningful moments in the workplace Embrace the 8 beliefs: Gain insights into the foundational beliefs that shape people practices and elevate the employee experience. Explore the transformative potential of uniqueness, connection, contribution, and more as you navigate the future of workplace culture.
Chronic stress is breaking me. Literally...it's breaking my teeth and my bone.Just had a long overdue dental consult and wow, what a few years can do to the molars.It's been a while since I had the old pearly (off) whites cleaned.↳ Moving.↳ Pandemic.↳ Waitlists.So I wasn't anticipating the best of consults.I was sure I had at least one cavity and lord knows what else. I brush and floss religiously but I could feel the tartar building up. Grit, and not the good kind.But I had no cavities.The tartar was actually not that bad.The real shocker was the damage being caused by my teeth clenching. Yep, I've worn a night guard since 2007.But even with a nighttime guard, I was somehow finding a way for those molars to find each other.In Episode 056 of The Cafe Grit Podcast, I talk about my history with chronic stress, how toxic workplaces contributed to that, and the overall impact it has had on my teeth.The good news is, my stress levels have plummeted recently and I have a fantastic new dentist. Have you experienced chronic stress? How did it manifest in your body? Any teeth grinders or clenchers out there?
On this episode of Team Building Saves the World we dove into the distinction between corporate social responsibility and regular charitable team building events with our CSR Creative Director Baylee Goldstein. The holiday season is a perfect time to bring your team closer together. Join us as we explore creative holiday giving ideas that not only foster camaraderie but also benefit those in need. We'll provide ways your team can give back year-round and how to make a lasting impact this holiday season while improving employee engagement & company culture.
Listen in as we talk with Carolina Alvarez, the president of J&S Building Maintenance, about her journey into the janitorial industry, and the incredible growth her company has experienced since its beginning in 2017. From starting the business to be closer to her children, to expanding it to 11 states and growing six times bigger, Carolina offers valuable insights into how she built her team and nurtured a close relationship with her employees. We touch base on her well-deserved recognition at the Cleaning Prophets 2.0 event, and discuss how her “giver” mentality has allowed her to give back to her team, her community, and those in need during the COVID pandemic.In this discussion, we also explore the importance of community involvement and employee engagement in the janitorial business. Carolina shares how she established a culture of giving back at J&S Building Maintenance, which has been recognized as one of the company's most loved attributes by her employees. Learn about their employee-based charitable committee and the various initiatives they have spearheaded to support different causes. Furthermore, we celebrate Carolina's significant impact on the industry and her ability to inspire others through her accolades. So tune in, connect with Carolina and J&S Building Maintenance, and get ready to be inspired!In this Profitable Cleaner Podcast, you will learn:Carolina Alvarez's approach to building a close-knit team and the positive impact of having a "giver" mentality in business.How J&S Building Maintenance fosters a culture of giving back, with initiatives led by an employee-based charitable committee that focuses on community involvement and employee engagement.The various ways in which J&S Building Maintenance contributes to different causes.The benefits of getting employees involved in community service and the importance of starting small when looking to give back to the community.We highly recommend you connect with Carolina Alvarez and check out J&S Building Maintenance here: Connect with Carolina Alvarez on LinkedIn HereCheck out J&S Building Maintenance Website HereIf you're in commercial cleaning and want to increase your sales, become part of our community today and get the best cleaning sales content and data in the industry. Join Our Private Profitable Cleaner FB GroupFind the appropriate tools, services, and resources for your Facility Maintenance Company by exploring our sponsor companies.Usource.com Dayporter.com Cleaningprophets.comAlexmelgar.com If you enjoyed this podcast, you can help us out immensely by sharing it with a colleague and giving us a rating. We appreciate you!
Here is a summary article of the conversation between host Marcus Edwardes and Employer Brand Specialist - Marta Riggins."Unlocking Success: Crafting a Magnetic Employer Brand"In today's competitive job market, building a magnetic employer brand is paramount. It acts as a beacon, attracting top talent by showcasing a compelling Employee Value Proposition (EVP). The goal extends beyond attraction; an enriched employee experience ensures talent not only walks through the door but stays, grows, and becomes brand ambassadors.The Magnetic Employer Brand: Attract, Retain, EngageCrafting an irresistible EVP, defining what sets the company apart, is crucial. Authenticity is key—letting employees share real experiences resonates with candidates. This approach not only attracts talent effortlessly but also slashes hiring costs, enhances retention rates, and boosts morale.The Enriching Employee Experience: The Bedrock of InnovationThe employee journey, marked by deliberate touchpoints, catalyzes productivity, encourages innovation, and enhances overall well-being. Providing tools for a seamless workday empowers employees and fosters a sense of fulfillment.The Clarity of Employee Communications: The Harmony of the Workplace SymphonyClear communication guarantees alignment on objectives, nurtures an inclusive culture, and invites feedback for continuous improvement. Establishing diverse communication channels and scheduling regular check-ins fosters transparency and honest conversations.The Vibrancy of Employee Engagement: The Pulse That Powers PerformanceRecognizing and rewarding achievements, big or small, strengthens loyalty, curtails turnover, and amplifies individual and collective performance. Encouraging growth opportunities through learning initiatives and clear career pathways fosters a collaborative ecosystem.In conclusion, these components—Employer Brand, Employee Experience, Employee Communications, and Employee Engagement—are the cogs in the wheel of organizational growth. Ignite these areas strategically to transform your organization into a talent magnet, a cradle for innovation, and a beacon of industry excellence.Marta Riggins emphasizes, "If you're good at employer branding, you can make anything interesting." It's time to wield this power and craft an organization that's not just a place to work but a place to grow, thrive, and make an impact.A magnetic employer brand isn't just a facade; it's a mirror reflecting internal values. It weaves through every job description, interview, and employee story, answering the 'why' for potential employees: Why join? Why care? Why stay?The employee experience is the journey with the organization, from the first interview to the last day. Enhancing it is about respect, empowerment, and creating a sense of belonging, not just perks and parties.Effective employee communications, a bidirectional street, fosters a culture where employees feel heard and understood. It's not just about memos; it's about conversations in hallways, virtual meetings, and collaboration platforms.Employee engagement, the heartbeat of the organization, is the enthusiasm employees bring to their roles. It's a key indicator of organizational health and a predictor of business outcomes.Aligned, these pillars create an environment where individuals contribute, innovate, and feel part of something greater. A commitment to these principles makes a company an employer of choice in the competitive talent landscape.
Are you harnessing the full potential of team communication in your leadership? Dive into the art of asking the right questions to foster a culture of open dialogue and collaboration. Tune in to this episode to discover: ✔️ Why strategic questioning is the key to unlocking employee potential. ✔️ The 14 game-changing questions every leader should have in their arsenal. ✔️ Steps to transition team members from passive listeners to active communicators. ✔️ The hidden benefits of encouraging an outspoken team culture. ✅ Request A Customized Workshop For Your Team And Company: http://assertiveway.com/workshops ✅ Follow Ivna Curi on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ivna-curi-mba-67083b2/ ✅ Other Episodes You'll Like What Is Your Appreciation Language At Work? 20 Reasons Why Successful Leaders Have Assertive Teams 4 Reasons Why It Is Important For Leaders To Speak Up Women's Great Resignation: How To Avoid Losing Talent How To Normalize Speaking Up: What Individuals And Organizations Can Do (With Helen Afford) How Boeing Created a Speaking Up Culture after Two Fatal Accidents Empowering a Speaking Up Culture: The Role of Leaders Speaking Up Transformative Stories and Guardians (with Katherine Bradshaw) ✅ Free Resources Podcast episode lists by theme: https://assertiveway.aweb.page/speakyourmindunapologeticallytopics From Rambling To Articulate PDF Guide: https://assertiveway.aweb.page/articulate Women in Tech Leaders Podcast Interviews: https://assertiveway.com/womenintechpodcastguests/ Podcast Summaries & More Email Newsletter: https://assertiveway.com/newsletter Our Linkedin Blog Articles: https://www.linkedin.com/newsletters/6863880009879306240/ TEDx Talk How To Speak Up Safely When It's Psychologically Unsafe: https://assertiveway.aweb.page/safespeak 10 Day free Assertive And Liked Challenge: https://assertiveway.aweb.page/beassertiveandliked Assertiveness free training: https://assertiveway.aweb.page/getahead Other Free resources: https://assertiveway.com/free/ Podcast page: https://assertiveway.com/podcast-speak-your-mind-unapologetically/ ✅ Work With Us Workshops: http://assertiveway.com/workshops Break The Silence: https://assertiveway.com/communicationculturetransformation/ Services: https://assertiveway.com/offerings Contact me: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com Contact me on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ivna-curi-mba-67083b2 Website: https://assertiveway.com ✅ Support The Podcast Rate the podcast on apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/speak-your-mind-unapologetically-podcast/id1623647915 Ask me your question for the next episode: https://www.speakpipe.com/speakyourmindquestion
In this episode I share 5 strategies for effective team and customer communication - and the benefits you can expect if you execute properly and consistently. Invest in my exclusive course on Customer Experience and Leadership: http://6canons.com/ - Prioritize active listening with both your customers and your team - Personalize your communication style to the moment and the person - Allow for easy ways to share feedback from both customers and employees with you and your company It's time for the great service comeback! Visit http://6canons.com/ to invest in my latest virtual hospitality program. Tony Johnson is a Customer Experience Expert, Keynote Speaker, and Author with a wide background including decades in retail and restaurants. He regularly speaks and coaches organizations to IGNITE THEIR SERVICE using his common sense approach to Customer engagement. Tony has spoken to government agencies and Fortune 500 companies to unlock their amazing capacity for excellence. Check out my FREE Resources and Training Tools: Web: https://www.igniteyourservice.com/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/RecipeforserviceNet Twitter: https://twitter.com/The_TonyJohnson Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/THE_TONYJOHNSON/ Tik Tok: https://vm.tiktok.com/owrTbL/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tonyjohnsoncx/ Music: http://www.bensound.com
Learn the benefits of incorporating play into the work environment Organizations should integrate play, build relationships, and embrace change to enhance business performance and create a positive work environment. Playfulness in the workplace boosts engagement, creativity, and teamwork. Building strong relationships fosters effective communication and collaboration while embracing change allows businesses to adapt, seize new opportunities, and stay competitive. Kristi Herold is an extraordinary entrepreneur and the founder and CEO of Jam, one of the world's largest adult recreational sports leagues. With a vision to get over one million people playing annually, Kristi has significantly promoted play and its positive effects on corporate culture. She is the author of the book “It Pays to Play: How Play Improves Business Culture” and has received numerous awards for her contributions, including being named one of Canada's top 100 most powerful women. Key takeaways: Play can have a positive impact on corporate culture and productivity. Incorporating play into work can foster friendships, improve collaboration, and boost engagement and retention. Play breaks and intentional fun activities can enhance workplace dynamics. Playful elements, such as games and celebrations, contribute to creativity, innovation, and mental well-being. Having fun together can strengthen relationships and lead to a more enjoyable work environment. Encourage play and fun activities in the workplace. Create opportunities for team members to connect and build friendships. All this and more, on this week's episode of Beyond 7 Figures. Stay tuned for the next episodes, where I talk with more entrepreneurs who have broken through 7 figures. So, don't forget to subscribe to the show to get that episode as soon it gets released. Until then, be profitable. Links: https://kristiherold.com/ PLAYbook PDF and 25% off a JAM event: https://kristiherold.com/beyond-7-figures-podcast/ https://jamgroupevents.com/
In this enriching interview, Daryl hosts Damaris Parra, the Vice President of Human Resources and Organizational Development at the Makati City Clinic. Damaris, equipped with a PhD in Human Resource Management, brings an undeniable wealth of knowledge and invaluable insights into HR systems and strategies. With her unique and seasoned perspective, she elucidates the integral balance between people, processes and profits in an organization. This enlightening conversation is a must-listen for senior managers, HR professionals, and anyone with a keen interest in organizational development. Gleaning insights from this interview, the audience will be better positioned to understand and implement successful HR strategies in their own organizations.Here are the reasons why you should listen to the full interview:Learn how to create a comprehensive and robust training framework that aligns with your company's vision and strategy.Discover the effectiveness of balancing face-to-face and digital corporate training programs.Understand the significant role of Emotional Quotient (EQ) in enhancing employee productivity and engagement.ResourcesLinkedIn Profile of Damaris Parra - Connect with Damaris Parra, the Vice President of Human Resources and Organizational Development at the Makati city clinic.Company Website of Makati City Clinic - Explore more about the organization where Damaris leads the HR and Organizational development procedures.Interview HighlightsFramework for Employee Training and DevelopmentThe organization employs a training structure aligned with its vision and strategy.Training programs are weaved to match the company's initiatives. Both face-to-face and digital training modes are used to foster company-wide learning.Listen to the full interview to understand the proportion of supervisors and executives involved in these training programs."Our training personnel are deployed to conduct trainings in a central location in the province."Shifting Towards Productivity Training and EQThe company has initiated a coaching program targeting its managers.Significant emphasis is on productivity training for all associates.Importance is awarded to EQ or Emotional Quotient for overall associate development. "EQ is very important. These are the things that we will be busy with for the year."Assessing the Impact of Soft Skills and Hard Skill Training ProgramsThe impact of hard skill programs is more immediate than soft skills training.Post-training evaluations are conducted to assess the effectiveness of these training programs.A new program dedicated to enhancing these skills was introduced in the first quarter of this year."The training programs are balanced between soft skills and hard skills, where each has its unique impact." Boosting Employee Engagement Ensuring employees are not overworked significantly boosts their performance and engagement."The things that boosted employee engagement the most in performance was making sure that they are not overworked."Support the show
In this episode, co-host Adam Chen talks with Roger Thompson, former executive at FirstService Corporation and current consultant and doctoral candidate. Roger expands on the idea of design and how the structure of a meeting, of a team, and of a company can impact the effectiveness of ideation and brainstorming. Additionally, we discuss the responsibility of leaders and leadership to create a culture in which intrapreneurship can thrive and bias can be combated. RESOURCES The Innovation Economy Website: https://www.innovationeconomy.show Sign up for The Agile Brand newsletter here: https://agilebrandguide.com/ Get the latest news and updates on LinkedIn here: https://www.linkedin.com/showcase/innovationeconomy/ Listen to our other podcast, The Agile Brand with Greg Kihlström: https://www.theagilebrand.show The Innovation Economy podcast is brought to you by Arlington Economic Development: https://www.arlingtoneconomicdevelopment.com The Innovation Economy is produced by Missing Link—a Latina-owned strategy-driven, creatively fueled production co-op.
Ever pondered the power of genuine recognition in your workplace? Tune in as we dig into a riveting dialogue with Erin Mies, co-founder of People Spark Consulting, who casts a brilliant light on the pivotal role intentional recognition plays in boosting employee engagement. Erin's mantra, "having light, we pass it on to others," beautifully encapsulates her approach as she shares her rich experience from the agriculture industry. We navigate the terrain of employee engagement, exploring how data can be a handy tool in identifying behaviors that foster increased engagement.Meanwhile, the second part of our discourse ventures into the fascinating world of behavior recognition and its potential impact on workplace dynamics. Erin guides us through the nuances of providing precise recognition, dissecting the merits and drawbacks of recognition programs. She also uncovers the connection between such programs and coaching and feedback techniques. Curious about how to develop effective leadership programs and align people strategies with business objectives? You're in for a treat as Erin unearths compelling insights on these topics. Join us for this transformative conversation that's bound to inspire change in your workplace!About the guest:Erin Mies helps small and mid-sized businesses in agriculture and food grow their margins and improve their business through straightforward, practical HR solutions. She is the co-founder of People Spark Consulting. Episode Topics:· Defining intentional recognition· The role of engagement surveys· Patterns and trends observed in engagement survey data· How organizations can use engagement survey data to identify specific behaviors that lead to improved engagement· Behaviors that organizations commonly seek to recognize· Examples of how recognizing these behaviors positively impacts employee morale and engagement· Strategies for effective communication· Pros and cons of recognition programsTo dive deeper on the content and learn more from Erin and the team at People Spark Consulting, visit this link. Grain Elevator and Processing Society champions, connects and serves the global grain industry and its members. Be sure to visit GEAPS' website to learn how you can grow your network, support your personal professional development, and advance your career. Thank you for listening to another episode of GEAPS' Whole Grain podcast.
We're continuing with the #LeaderSHIFT series on the podcast this week. These episodes are very direct & to the point, where we'll talk about the different challenges leaders tend to face & how to shift into becoming an influential leader who leads a healthy culture & engaged team!In this episode, I'm sharing how you can shift from assuming you know what's going on with your team to asking the right questions! Mentioned in this episode:Free Download: 37 Engaging Questions to Ask Your Team: Need one-on-one help with your employee engagement plan? Schedule your complimentary clarity call with me here! www.baproinc.com/ep151 Apply to join the New Leader, BIG IMPACT Coaching Program to level up your leadership & build an engaging team... even if the culture is toxic & without management's support! https://baproinc.com/newleaderbigimpact Questions about this episode? Topic suggestions for future episodes? Send them to firstname.lastname@example.org Let's chat about this episode on Twitter: @BAPROINC or IG: @CultureBuildingPRO The Culture Building like a PRO Podcast: Simple ways to transform your company culture... Today! | Company Culture | Culture Building | Organizational Culture | Employee Engagement | Effective Leadership | Servant Leadership |baproinc.com