How are HR teams really using AI right now? We’re talking the nuts and bolts of new technology with Future Workplace’s Jeanne Meister.
What can you expect from the biggest HR conference of the year? Meghan M. Biro welcomes SHRM Chief Knowledge Officer Alex Alonso. We’re talking all things SHRM 2019!
Bias. Diversity. Inclusion. Gender. Race. Religion. We’re talking about some of the biggest and most important conversations happening in HR right now with our guest, Yassmin Abdel-Magied.
We’re all about moving beyond the buzzwords, and this week we’re breaking down “diversity in hiring.” What are the tangible steps you can take to attract, hire and retain more diverse candidates and add fresh faces to your About page? Longtime tech leader Carrie Maslen is here to walk you through it.
We’ve all been talking about buzzwords like engagement and retention for years. Today’s guest, Brent Colescott, says NOW is the moment to turn those ideas into reality. He shares how to make sure 2020 is a transformational year for your organization. This episode is sponsored by Skillsoft/SumTotal.
How is work changing, and what role does technology play? We welcome China Gorman back to #WorkTrends to tell us what she has learned planning this year’s UNLEASH America conference.
HR transformation. It’s a buzzword in our space right now, but it’s also a very big and important job. We talk to Jill Goldstein, who oversees talent and HR operations work for 130 clients at Accenture. She gets into the nitty-gritty to tell us the challenges HR leaders are facing today — and how they’re preparing their organizations for the future.
The #WorkTrends crew sits down with some of the speakers from this year’s HR Transform conference in Las Vegas, Nevada.
People! They’re the most important part of any organization. On this episode of #WorkTrends, we’re talking all about how YOUR company (yes, YOUR company) can build a more positive, people-focused culture. This episode is sponsored by Citrix.
What was it like to be one of the first female graduates from West Point? We talk to Sara Potecha about her trailblazing career, the legacy she wants to leave as a leader, and how we can all build each other up at work.
We don’t have a good shared language about employee engagement. Author and former executive recruiter Laura Gassner Otting wants to change that. This week on #WorkTrends, we talk to Laura about how to find your own best career path and how to help employees do the same.
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.
On this special episode of #WorkTrends, we’re talking innovation. Get a sneak peek at this spring’s hottest HR conference, HR Transform. You’ll hear from conference organizer Samara Jaffe and speaker Ron Storn, chief people officer at Zume. Find out how he is building a people-focused company even amid major change.
Diversity. Inclusion. We talk about these buzzwords a lot, but how can we really build more diverse and cohesive workplaces, where people come together around shared goals? We talked to diversity training expert Jason Greer about how to move past the stereotypes and bring people together.
Recruiting and retention, sitting in a tree. For too long, we’ve thought about recruiting candidates and keeping them engaged after hire as two different, largely unconnected activities. Today’s guest says it’s time to bring recruiting and retention together. We talk to Ankit Somani, co-founder of Allyo. This episode is sponsored by Allyo.
What advice would you give to the next generation about work? Author and longtime business leader Karyn Schoenbart asked herself that question, and put her answers in a book, “MOM.B.A. Essential Business Advice From One Generation To The Next.” Listen to hear what she (and other #WorkTrends listeners!) have learned about work.
AI. It’s a buzzword all around us, but is recruiting really primed to use AI effectively? On this episode of #WorkTrends, Xref CTO Tim Griffiths gives us the real talk we need to hear about AI for HR. Get his predictions about how work and tech will change in the next few years. This episode is sponsored by Xref.
“Social recruiting” has been a buzzword as long as social media has been around. But this week’s guests say social recruiting as we know it has failed. It’s tough to give candidates an accurate picture of the company and great companies don’t stand out in the crowded social arena. How can we make social recruiting better? Listen in for ideas from Michael Webb and Cyndy Trivella from WorkScene.
Even for seasoned HR pros, hiring is hard. If you’re building a team to grow your organization, keep your culture alive, and serve customers, how can you make sure you hire the right people? We asked 2 pros for their tips. Listen for interviews with Carol Quinn, the queen of motivation-based interviewing, and Nick Martin, an organizational psychologist at Aon who’s rethinking assessments and selection.
Work is changing fast! What trends are you watching this year? We asked serial tech CEO and author of “Everybody Wants to Love Their Job” Marylene Delbourg-Delphis what’s changing about work, what the next generation of workers expects, and how HR can lead the way.
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.