Best Futureofwork podcasts we could find (Updated March 2019)
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Leadermorphosis is a podcast exploring the emerging world of self-management and progressive organisations. Hosted by Lisa Gill, each episode features a guest thought leader or practitioner offering a unique perspective on new and innovative ways of working. Leadermorphosis is powered by Tuff Leadership Training, a team of consultants and coaches who train managers in a style of leadership that produces motivated, responsible employees and self-reliant teams.
 
You've been in the HR trenches for years. Now, are you ready to look toward the future? Join hosts Meghan M Biro and Kevin W. Grossman on the #WorkTrends podcast from TalentCulture as they talk about how work is changing. You'll get all the news you need to stay current, and hear from leading experts, HR tech vendors and HR practitioners about what inspires them. Join us on Twitter every Wednesday at 1:30 pm Eastern for a live chat using the hashtag #WorkTrends.
 
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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 ...…
 
Henri Lipmanowicz and Keith McCandless are the authors of “The Surprising Power of Liberating Structures”. We talk about how Liberating Structures can help you “act your way into a totally new way of organising”, for example, reinventing how we do strategy. Henri and Keith share the fundamental principles of Liberating Structures and examples o ...…
 
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.…
 
Aaron Dignan, founder of global organisational transformation and coaching practice The Ready, talks about his new book “Brave New Work”. We explore how organisations can reinvent themselves and upgrade their “OS”, not through top-down change, but through principles-based experiments from the edges in. How to follow Aaron: Twitter: @aarondignan ...…
 
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.…
 
Tom van der Lubbe, the co-founder of a small, Dutch mortgage advice company called Viisi, had an existential crisis at a young age and has been conscious of doing purposeful work ever since. We talk about the science of motivation and management and how Viisi has developed a simple but powerful approach to salaries. He also shares his thoughts ...…
 
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.…
 
Ted Rau is the co-founder of Sociocracy for All and co-author of the book Many Voices, One Song. In this conversation we talk about how we can distribute authority in organisations and relate to each other as equals using Sociocracy, the “power over, power under” tendencies we have as human beings, the paradoxes and shadow sides of Sociocracy t ...…
 
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 fr ...…
 
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 psyc ...…
 
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 c ...…
 
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 ...…
 
Buurtzorg is a remarkable organisation: 15,000 employees working in 850 self-managed teams to deliver home care to patients in the Netherlands. The results, including both patient and employee satisfaction, are so outstanding that Buurtzorg-inspired models are popping up all over the world. I got the chance to talk to three nurses from Team Hou ...…
 
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 ...…
 
Learn about the remarkable transformation journey CEO Edel Harris has been leading with one of Scotland’s largest charities, Cornerstone. It began by taking three months out of the business to visit inspiring companies around the world like Southwest Airlines and Buurtzorg. Two years in, Cornerstone has lost nine layers of management in favour ...…
 
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 ab ...…
 
Researcher and entrepreneur Sarah Houseman shares insights from her PhD research into new governance systems in not for profit organisations. Looking at the lived experiences and practices of four non-hierarchical NGOs, we explore questions like “How we can see our organisations as systems?” and “How can we participate differently and unlearn d ...…
 
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 re ...…
 
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 Pete ...…
 
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 frie ...…
 
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.
 
Gary Hamel is one of the world’s leading business thinkers, Professor at London Business School and director of The Management Lab. In this conversation, we talk about how we can bust bureaucracy for good, make our organisations more experimental, and reinvent what it means to be a leader.How to follow Gary: Twitter: @profhamel More resources: ...…
 
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.
 
Chuck Blakeman is an entrepreneur, author, and speaker passionate about giving people their brains back in organisations. Although we’ve left the technologies of the industrialist age behind, outdated assumptions and practices are still very much alive in most workplaces today. Chuck shares insights about the origins of management versus leader ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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?
 
Zoe Nicholson shares the role of Chief Executive at healthcare social enterprise Here in the UK and describes her job as tethering the organisation to its purpose. She shares some of the practices they’ve developed at Here, inspired by sources like Frederic Laloux’s “Reinventing Organisations” and mindfulness, as well as some of the challenges ...…
 
Host Meghan M. Biro digs into new data about the state of HR with Paychex experts Cory May and Leah Machado.
 
In this interview with onboarding evangelist Jess Von Bank from Click Boarding, host Meghan M. Biro asks about how the employee experience is changing and how talent acquisition teams and hiring managers can work together to create a better onboarding process.
 
Anabel Montiel, psychologist and People Developer at Mexican IT company Nearsoft, shares how she has helped the company grow to 300+ people without sacrificing its culture and what personal growth and development can look like in a horizontal organisation. She also talks about how feedback is built into the culture at Nearsoft, right from the o ...…
 
In this interview with LinkedIn’s Senior Director of Insights Kate Hastings, Meghan M. Biro asks about how HR is using people data to eliminate bias, close the gender gap, and drive better outcomes.
 
In this interview with Bianca Lager, President of social media screening company Social Intelligence, we’re talking about the future of background checks and what employers need to know about all the candidate data that’s available online.
 
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