It’s no secret: We’re living in a highly politicized time. That affects what we see on our Facebook feed...and what we talk about at work. How can we all cope with our new political reality — and still get along with our coworkers? We asked leadership consultant Eric Pliner, who coaches leaders on building more resilient teams, and leadership trainer Steve Paskoff, who helps eliminate workplace harassment.
We all know the old story: You get a good job. You work hard for 40 years. You retire and put your feed up. But wait...that story is changing for many older workers. How are our ideas about retirement evolving? And what can older workers contribute to the workforce? We talk to public radio contributor and author Chris Farrell about the modern definition of retirement.
Candidate experience! CX! Everyone is talking about it these days. And in the battle for the best talent, IT MATTERS (trust us). So we called Scott Weaver, a talent acquisition leader at Teradata, who has studied the candidate experience and figured out its impact on business metrics like time to hire. He shares how he is “operationalizing and systematizing” candidate experience at Teradata.
Bureaucracy. Silos. Sloooow decision-making. Is that what comes to mind when you think “corporate HR”? This week’s guest, Ed Muzio, says it doesn’t have to be that way. The author of “Iterate” tells us how HR organizations can incorporate agile thinking to move faster, make better decisions and be more people-focused.
Burnout. Overwork. An inbox that never sleeps. Sound familiar? This week on #WorkTrends, we’re talking about how we can beat burnout by addressing the core underlying challenges of modern work. If you want to help your employees stay healthy, or need tips for conquering burnout yourself, tune in to hear from coach Beth Benatti Kennedy.