In 2018, we’ve released some of our favorite episodes in the history of #WorkTrends. But we know it’s hard to catch every interview. Consider this our end-of-year gift to you: a roundup of our favorite guests, interviews and topics from 2018. In part two, we talk about how work is changing and where HR fits into the new way we work. Featuring conversations with Dawn Burke, Ryan Higginson-Scott, Anna Ott, Carisa Miklusak and Ben Eubanks.
In 2018, we’ve released some of our favorite episodes in the history of #WorkTrends. But we know it’s hard to catch every interview. Consider this our end-of-year gift to you: a roundup of our favorite guests, interviews and topics from 2018. In part one, we talk about developing more authentic connections at work. Featuring conversations with Lisa Prior, Valerie Sargent, Kimberly White, Erica Keswin and Heather Hanson Wickman.
Remote work. Distributed teams. That dreaded productivity gap. On this episode of #WorkTrends, we’re thinking about the modern work experience. Citrix CMO Tim Minahan joins us to talk about how Citrix is rethinking that employee experience, both internally for their team and for their customers. This episode is sponsored by Citrix.
On this week's episode of WorkTrends, we’re talking about diversity and inclusion. What does a successful diversity program REALLY look like? We asked two experts for their takes on D&I. We’ll hear from Symantec CHRO Amy Cappellanti-Wolf and author Rania Anderson.
“Work is a relationship, not a contract.” Do you agree? This week on #WorkTrends, we’re talking about helping employees reach their full potential — by rethinking our basic work structures. Jason Lauritsen tells us about his new book, “Unlocking High Performance,” and Dr. Pamela Howze shares new apprenticeship programs designed to drive success for the next generation.
On this episode of #WorkTrends, we’re talking about leadership with author Bill Treasurer. We’ll discuss his new book, “The Leadership Killer,” and map out ways every leader can be more humble and effective. We also hear from breatheHR CEO Jonathan Richards about the pledge you can take to build a better company culture.
On this episode of #WorkTrends, we’re thinking through a very common challenge these days: successfully managing the modern workforce. How do you stay connected with your team and give people the tools they need to be successful? We hear from Sean Jackson, a former Marine who’s on a mission to make work better. And we talk to author Kyle Nel about how he led massive behavioral change at Lowe’s.
The way we work is leading to stressed-out employees, unfulfilled leaders and unhappy teams. There has to be a better way. Author Heather Hanson Wickman agrees. On this episode of #WorkTrends, she tells us why she wrote her new book, “The Evolved Executive: The Future of Work Is Love in Action.” We also hear from one leader who is completely rethinking the way we work.
Happy Halloween! This week, we’re talking all things scary. Are you facing a scary career move? Or exploring a brand-new industry that scares you a little? We’re talking to Stormy Simon, former president of Overstock.com, about her scary career leaps and her new passion: the (very scary to many!) cannabis industry. We also hear from Keegan Peterson, whose platform Wurk is adding function to the cannabis industry.
Here’s what years of research tells us about employee motivation and engagement: employees really aren’t motivated by money. Instead, we’re all driven by respect, purpose, and relationships. Author Gregg Lederman joins us to talk about the employee motivation lessons he shares in his new book, “Crave.” This episode is brought to you by our friends Reward Gateway.
We love to talk HR tech. But there’s a real danger in forgetting about the HUMAN side of all that HR technology. On today’s episode, we’re talking about how to keep the “human” in human resources with Erica Keswin, author of “Bring Your Human to Work.”
New research shows that diversity and inclusion is a top priority for leaders. So why is the needle moving backward when it comes to gender equality at work? We talk to Dorothy Dalton about the work she’s doing to shift the conversation about men, women, work and bias.
Look out, people. Gen Z and an army of robots are about to come knocking at your office door. (Just kidding.) But WHO we work with and HOW we work together is all changing very fast. In this episode, we talk to author Alexandra Levit about the major trends affecting the workforce of tomorrow.
People around the world are more connected than ever before, and workers are jumping at the chance to relocate. This week on #WorkTrends, we’re joined by Steve Black, co-founder of the HR tech company Topia. He shares new research about the state of the global workforce and employees’ perspective on relocating. This episode is sponsored by Topia.
HR is at a crossroads. Technology is making it easier to streamline messy, time-consuming HR processes. But where does that leave HR teams? Long-time HR pro Ryan Higginson-Scott joins us with answers every HR team needs.
The way we work is changing — fast. Where we work, who we work with, and how we get work done is all evolving. We talk to Sarah Travers, CEO of the coworking space Workbar, and to one head of recruiting who thinks remote and co-working aren’t going anywhere.
Are robots taking our jobs? No, but they are making HR processes a whole lot better. We talk to longtime HR pro Ben Eubanks about his new book, “Artificial Intelligence for HR,” and to Frank Gullo, director of digital and mobile strategy at Aleron, about how new technology will change the way we work.
This week’s #WorkTrends guest is working to solve some of the biggest headaches we face in HR: benefits. Rachel Lyubovitzky calls benefits “the last frontier” in HR tech, and her team is out to fix it. This episode is sponsored by EverythingBenefits.
How do you go beyond the buzzwords about diversity and inclusion and actually build a workplace that welcomes everyone? We’re talking to SurveyMonkey CMO Leela Srinivasan about how the company has done it, and what they’re teaching other leaders about prioritizing diversity.
Fall conference season is right around the corner! We’re talking to HR Tech Conference co-chair Steve Boese about what YOU should have on your radar at HR Tech 2018, this September in Las Vegas.
When you think about your coworkers, what do you see? Do you picture mere objects who only exist to help you accomplish your goals, or do you see them as human beings? Author Kimberly White tells us why shifting out perspective on the people around us can have dramatic consequences for employee engagement, the quality of our relationships, and how we see the world.
In this interview, host Meghan M. Biro is talking to HR tech veteran and tilr founder Carisa Miklusak on how hiring is changing and what the future looks like for on-demand workers.
In this interview, author Whitney Johnson and host Meghan M. Biro think through how leaders can change the way they hire and manage talent to create an A-team. Get advice on building a company culture that’s based on constant learning and growth.
In this interview with Jack Coapman, chief strategy officer of the recruiting platform gr8 people, we’re talking about what’s next in talent acquisition. How will tech power more efficient recruiting and a better candidate experience?
Host Meghan M. Biro digs into new data about the state of HR with Paychex experts Cory May and Leah Machado.