Best Employees podcasts we could find (Updated September 2018)
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The "How to Lead" podcast is exclusively for people who lead and manage other people. It will teach you how to manage difficult employees, how to have difficult conversations, how to coach top performers, so they don’t leave, and how to become a sought after manager and leader. Tune in every week to gain powerful, simple and practical tools and insights you can apply right away in mastering leadership and management capabilities, dealing with change and challenging people in the workplace, a ...
 
The HappyWays podcast shares down-to-earth advice on crafting a better workday for yourself and the people at your workplace. Hosted by Jon Kjaer Nielsen, a veteran speaker and published author on happiness at work, this podcast will give you the insights to be happier at work. In the shows you'll hear findings from science as well as inspiring stories from individuals in organizations that have taken steps to create a happier and more successful workday. The podcast is relevant to anyone lo ...
 
How to Have Outrageously Awesome Employees...through Employee Engagement
 
The Two Bored Employees (Pat and Kevin) talk life, entertainment, and make objective decisions about subjective things.
 
A podcast mostly about CUPE Local 37 members information. A Calgary Local representing Outside workers for the City of Calgary. We will also talk about Provincial, National, Labour Congress, and other union topics.
 
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Are Walmart, target and other "employees" people who gave up on their dreams?
 
Podcast content for Hennepin County employees.
 
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Most people don’t think about beefing up their negotiation skills until they’re in a state of urgency. Kris talks with Jessica Williams, head of the Superwoman Project, about the how and the why of negotiating. What you'll learn from this episode: 1) What the most common limiting beliefs are that people have around their ability to ask for more ...…
 
Every company on the planet has a culture. It’s just a matter of whether or not you, as a leader, have intentionally created and fostered the kind of culture that you want versus it just sort of happening. What you'll learn from this episode: 1) Organizational culture is basically the shared beliefs that employees have about their organization. ...…
 
Are you frustrated with an employee who never seems to “get it”? They don’t get what you need them to do in their position and you’ve tried everything you can think of to help them. I’m here to tell you it’s not your job to make them get it. What you'll learn from this episode: It’s not your job to change your employees. Your job is to set up c ...…
 
Let’s say your business is growing and your staff needs more attention and development than you can provide. Now would probably be a good time to hire a new manager – but how? Here are my insights: What you'll learn from this episode: Before anything else, verbalize why you need a manager. Consider what the responsibilities of this role will be ...…
 
There are so many skills that we want our new managers to have immediately, but here’s what I suggest you focus on in the first 90 days. What you'll learn from this episode: First you have to set your new managers up to be successful with the team. Talk to them about what you expect of them as new managers - your leadership expectations. Make s ...…
 
Here’s my best advice to you if you’re a brand-new manager. These are the things you need to do before you even think about learning more substantive management skills. What you'll learn from this episode: What to do as a new manager: Do nothing for 90. Don’t do anything new, big, change-oriented for 90 days after you get that job. Look at your ...…
 
Are you still looking for that answer book that tells you if you’re managing people correctly? Aren’t we all? Here are three things to have in place to help make sure you’re doing the best you possibly can. What you'll learn from this episode: First, you have to have self-awareness. You need to have a clearly defined expectation of yourself for ...…
 
Are your team members contacting you constantly when you’re out of the office – unable to proceed without your approval or guidance? Chances are you’ve fostered that environment. Here are some things to think about if you feel tethered to your team. What you'll learn from this episode: Have you set clear behavior expectations for the team? Do t ...…
 
Everyone hates giving feedback and conducting one-on-ones, right? That doesn’t mean you’re incompetent as a manager. There are reasons, all of which are repairable! Have a listen and see what I mean. What you'll learn from this episode: Reason #1 - You don’t know how. This isn’t an innate skill. You just have to be willing to learn. Reason #2 - ...…
 
Fantastic interview with Mary! She started her HR career in the US Navy and now heads up a large team of HR professionals in Healthcare.
 
Do you dislike managing people? Here are 6 key elements that will help bring you the ease and confidence you desire. Additionally, you’ll create a reputation for being a manager who builds high performing teams and attracts and retains top talent. What you'll learn from this episode: Stop telling yourself you don’t like it. Focus on why you too ...…
 
An organization exists to fulfill a purpose, and roles are created for people who have the ability to execute the responsibilities of that role. Those people are receiving payment in exchange for their services. If they’re not doing the work, you’re essentially paying them to harm your organization. What you'll learn from this episode: If you’r ...…
 
Tremendous interview with Tiara Hicks. She has been a HR professional since 2007 and experienced in many different industties, this is a great interview.
 
Charece has over 15 years of HR experience with many different companies. She has a firm grasp of HR and her passion shines through...this is an AWESOME interview.
 
This is an amazing interview with Erika Barca, Human Resources and Safety Generalist for NCH Corporation. Her passion for people is the reason she is so effective in her position!
 
What do you do when you’re a leader and ambiguity steps in? Your team may freeze and stop performing because they don’t believe they have a path forward. Here are a few suggestions for getting people back on track. What you'll learn from this episode: Your responsibility or role as a mid-level manager is to be an integrator. When ambiguity step ...…
 
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Very few of us are born knowing how to do this. But as managers, if you keep people who don’t work hard and don’t get the job done, you disengage the very people you want to keep. Here are some things to consider before deciding if it’s time to let go: What you'll learn from this episode: From the employee’s perspective, have they been trained? ...…
 
Great interview with LIz Warren, HR Manager for DoubleTree by Hilton San Antonio. Liz has some great tips and a tremendous background.
 
Some people stay married to their problems, because solving them could be too identity-changing. But as leaders, nurturing your problems is not leading anybody, and it’s destructive to an organizational culture. Get some help and find someone who can fuel your mind.
 
Have you noticed that when people feel offended, they’re often offensive in response? That’s not effective, and it’s certainly not leadership. When you have the positional authority in a relationship, it’s incumbent upon you to be the one who is cautious and thoughtful about the words you use. Here’s how: What you'll learn from this episode: Wo ...…
 
Many things happen before we take a summer break from General Meetings. This will be your last opportunity to come before September
 
Are you overwhelmed by all the things you need to get done in your personal and business life? The solution is to exercise the restraint of committing to everything. You don’t have to say yes to everything to be a good person. Here’s how to let some of it go. What you'll learn from this episode: Make a list of everything you've currently said y ...…
 
Alison has over 21 years of experience in Hospitality, both operations and Human Resources. This gives her a very unique perspective. A must listen to interview!
 
Are you being yourself or pretending to be someone you’re not? Pretending attracts people who aren’t really your people and creates relationships that aren’t authentic. It’s okay to not have all the answers, but it’s your job to be resourceful and seek out the help that you need. Take a risk. Be yourself. Good things will come. What you'll lear ...…
 
18 years of Human Resources experience with Golden Corral...in this interview Erika gives several great tips on how to have outrageously awesome employees!
 
25 years of Human Resources experience is evident during this interview. Jeff Clark drops many knowledge bombs on this interview...a must listen.
 
This is a great interview with one of the up and coming HR Professionals in the Hospitality Industry! Lilly has the focus and understanding it takes to succeed.
 
Who is your team? What is your team’s identity and is it what you want it to be? As a manager, your behavior and belief systems and interaction with your team are reinforcing some kind of brand. Don’t just let it happen. Set it with conscious intention. What you'll learn from this episode: Reflect on the identity or brand of your team. As a man ...…
 
Richard has a tremendous Theme Park background and his passion for employee training is awesome. This is a must listen to interview.
 
Do you have a toxic tangerine on your team? Let me show you how to move forward quickly and deal with the issue. Don’t wallow in your angst. Deal with the situation before they spoil the whole bowl of fruit. What you'll learn from this episode: How to deal with that toxic person before they destroy your team. How all the other “good” employees ...…
 
In this episode: Job Steward Learning Series at Steward Meetings. MEBAC AGM 2 Week Suspensions reduced to 4 day.
 
A fantastic interview with a seasond HR professional with multiple industries of experience. Michael has been the HR Director at the Horseshoe Bay Resort for several years!
 
Interview with Erin Fisher a Director of Human Resources with Vi. Erin has worked in HR for over 18 years and many different industries. Great intervew and she drops several golden nuggets.
 
It’s normal for people not to like each other, but it’s not okay for them to treat each other badly or avoid each other at work. Here’s how not to turn into the referee. To look at yourself in the organization and recognize if you’re indulging the behavior and becoming the referee inadvertently. To remind employees why they come to work every d ...…
 
Are you one who rarely apologizes or are you an over-apologizer? As leaders, our ability to acknowledge our own errors is instrumental to the health of the team. Here are some suggestions for when and how to deliver a genuine apology. What you'll learn from this episode: There are two camps here – people who rarely apologize and think it shows ...…
 
Karla is an amazing HR professional who has spent her career in Las Vegas! She has some super tips and her progressive thinking is a breath of fresh air!!! This is a must listen interview.
 
Interview with Cathy Cook. Cathy has a 35+ year Hospitality career, in operations and training. Now the Executive Director of Training and Development for the Kennedy Training Network.
 
This is an amazing interview with Patricia...she has a very diverse background working in many industries with lots of experience. This is a must listen interview.
 
This is an issue in every organization and, frankly, at almost every level. We have to understand where motivation comes from, what the manager role is in that, and how to influence another person’s motivation. What you'll learn from this episode: Not to label someone as “unmotivated” just because we think that way about them. It has to be beca ...…
 
Great interview with Kathryn, she has a pehnomenal Hospitality background and is the Area Director of HR over 13 different hotels for Schulte Hospitality Group.
 
Do you have a difficult employee you’ve been trying to fix and they’re just not getting it? Here are some suggestions for how to deal with this frustrating situation. What you'll learn from this episode: You can’t make anyone do anything. Your business is how the employee’s behavior is impacting the organization and the team, and your job is to ...…
 
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