On those days when you're juggling multiple responsibilities, from revamping performance reviews to managing one-on-one meetings and enhancing employee well-being, you manage to stay productive while wearing many hats. Staying updated on the latest People and Culture trends can be challenging amidst your busy schedule. So, here is a list for you!
#200: Sidu Ponnappa on why culture is a 'dangerous label', hiring a dream team of makers and engineers, and applying product thinking to solve for attrition - The Shape of Work
Welcome to the 200th episode of The Shape of Work podcast. In this episode, we’ll be speaking to Sidu Ponnappa who, as described by him, is an engineer training, a manager by profession, an entrepreneur at heart, and a programmer for pleasure.
How To Transform Your Team From Burnout To Engagement
Host Tim Reitsma is joined by Mia Baytop Russell to talk about how to transform your team from burnout to engagement.
Pay Transparency with Jesse Meschuk on DriveThruHR
Michael and Robin speak with Jesse Meschuk, global career and HR expert, and Senior Advisor with Exequity, on how companies can navigate the pay transparency movement. Jesse shares tips on responding to the new legislation and thoughts on where we are going in days to come.
It's Time To Stop Ignoring Disability
Disability is far more common and far more diverse than we might realize. But often, people are reluctant to reveal their disabilities, and managers don't know how to address them. In this episode, Adam investigates some extraordinary steps workplaces are taking to support people with disabilities– and those without.
How to Adopt a Skills-led Approach to Talent and Enable Your ESG Initiatives | myHRfuture
Matthew Yerbury, Workforce Analytics/Digital Practice Lead at KPMG, & Nick Biller, Head of Data Science at HSBC discuss how to adopt a skills-led approach to talent.
Stop Wasting Money On Ineffective Training Programs w/ Juliana Stancampiano
Join Michael as he talks to Juliana Stancampiano, author of RADICAL OUTCOMES. Julianna is an entrepreneur and the CEO of Oxygen. For more than fifteen years, she has worked with Fortune 500 companies, both in them and for them. Her firm's clients include Microsoft, DXC, Delta Dental (of WA), Starbucks, F5 Networks, Avaya, and Western Digital, among others. Her in-depth experience, along with the research that Oxygen conducts and the articles she has published, has helped to shape the perspective that Oxygen embraces. What we will be talking about: Why training may not be the only solution when companies are facing tough challenges What types of training will work in today's data-driven business world What you need to know about ?your audience? in order to create effective programs How to develop interactive training that engages employees Why focusing on outcomes is the key to building useful programs
Career Pathways: An Innovation That Could Transform The Economy
Career Pathways arrive: Innovative programs that connect education and employment in ways that help individuals, companies, and the economy.
#105: Adithya Venkatesan on the employer branding playbook he used to attract top engineering talent at GO-JEK - The Shape of Work
"A fun metric tracked for employer branding at GO-JEK is the number of people wearing GO-JEK's t-shirt and sharing pictures on social media! " Adithya Venkatesan is one of the original superstars of the craft of Employer Branding. Through his team and his own branding strategies, he’s built a world-class employer brand for GO-JEK
TalentCulture #WorkTrends: Using Empathetic Leadership to Thrive in the New Era of the Employee
Show TalentCulture #WorkTrends, Ep Using Empathetic Leadership to Thrive in the New Era of the Employee - Jul 22, 2022
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