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DriveThruHR is a captivating, easy-to-digest, and occasionally irreverent lunchtime discourse that covers topics relevant to HR professionals. Our 30 minute shows include our guest and host(s) discussing a variety of topics including HR Technology, Recruiting, Talent Management, Leadership, Organizational Culture and Strategic HR. Hosted by @MikeVanDervort and @RobinSchooling. Running continuously since February 1, 2010. #DTHR
 
The Illinois Association of School Administrators is the state's premier advocacy organization for public school superintendents. This podcast tackles the most important issues facing public education in Illinois and provides knowledge and insight from experts about how to run the best school district possible. To listen to the podcast from your computer use Google Chrome, Firefox or Safari. It may not play in Internet Explorer.
 
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Join Michael and Robin as they chat with Patrick Brandt, president of Shiftsmart and co-founder of Get Shift Done, on DriveThru We will discuss: Get Shift Done, in response to hospitality workers losing their jobs during the pandemic. How they helped hospitality workers registered with Shiftsmart by millions of dollars to pay the displaced hospital…
 
Join Robin and Michael on Tuesday, January 6 when we will discuss some of the labor and employment law changes that HR pros will deal with in 2021 as the Biden administration takes the reins. Our guest is labor law counselor and employment adviser David Pryzbylski is diligently focused on achieving the right result for each client he serves. He is …
 
This podcast is a follow up to a webinar recorded with Dr. Victor Simon of Gower SD #62 on Point of Care Testing and CLIA Waiver process. In this episode, Dr. Simon is joined by Dr. Paul O'Malley, superintendent of Butler SD #53. Both districts are currently utilizing COVID-19 point of care rapid antibody and point of care rapid antigen tests on-si…
 
This year, of course, will go down in the books; a raging global pandemic, the US POTUS who refuses to concede his loss of the election, and the need for action (not just chatter) for justice and equality. Folks working in Human Resources have been busy - and if they previously sat on the sidelines and valiantly refrained from "rocking the boat," 2…
 
Join Michael and Robin as they talk with Kevin Corliss, the founder and CEO of Roots, an employee-friendly HR management platform designed to help businesses better monitor and engage their workforces. Kevin's vision for Roots is to help all companies create environments where their employees can flourish. Prior to founding Roots, Kevin was a growt…
 
Join Michael and Robin when they discuss Re-Tooling Your Talent Acquisition Strategy with Carol McDaniel. In a year like none other, the entire ecosphere of employment turned upside down in an instant. This means that with zero time to plan "The Season for TA Transformation" is here. Carol will provide meaning tips on retooling your TA strategy in …
 
Today’s the day. In the US we’ll be determining the trajectory of the country for not just the next 4 years but for the long-term. That’s the truth. For HR professionals this election year, culminating in Election Day, has been one filled with challenges, uncertainty and, for some, action. Join us for a wide-ranging conversation with the incredible…
 
Join DTHR host Michael VanDervort to discuss the 2020 Election Impact on Labor Policy with Labor Relations expert Phil Wilson. Differences in policy Trump/Biden NLRB rollback of policies from Obama PRO Act and what it would mean mandatory arbitration and other elements that HR people won't be familiar with a conservative view on labor unions and re…
 
There’s always an inordinate amount of ‘stuff to get done’ when one is an HR leader and the year 2020 has only upped-the ante. Join us for a reality-based chat with our guest Chip Weatherbee, Sr Labor Relations Specialist, to discuss “all things HR” (and maybe a little bit about sports, racial justice and what we think 2021 will bring). p.s. you ca…
 
Dr. Carol Kelley, superintendent of Oak Park ESD #97, is in a similar position many superintendents face. Her district began the year remotely and is now facing intense pressure from the community to provide in-person learning. In Part 3 of our series, Dr. Kelley discusses her district's journey this year and how she tries to remain calm while she …
 
Need to brush up on the rules around dismissal of tenured and non-tenured staff? Have legal questions about principal evaluations? What about progressive discipline? This podcast is a must listen for superintendents wanting to strengthen, or refresh, their knowledge on essential employment laws and considerations in Illinois. Our guests are Francze…
 
2020 has seen massive changes to the way we live and how we get our jobs done. And, right now, it seems difficult to picture what the future of work will look like in a post COVID-19 world. The Sapient Insights team recently completed its 23rd Annual HR Systems Survey. For this 2020/2021 survey report, new questions were added to see how the more t…
 
While gig work has been on the upswing over the last decade, there surely seems to be an acceleration towards this model of work: especially for those working in the talent space (HR, Sourcing, Recruiting, Benefits, etc.). Join us for a chat with our guest Chris Russell, Managing Director of RecTech Media and “Chief Lancer” with HR Lancers – the fi…
 
We continue our multi-part series of speaking to superintendents across the state about successes and challenges they have faced in their districts during this unprecedented year. In Part 2, Dr. Courtney Orzel speaks to Mike Sutton, superintendent of Highland CUSD #5. Mr. Sutton's district began the school year five days per week in person. In this…
 
Join Michael and Robin as they chat with Vern Howard on what it was like raising venture capital as a black founder, his actionable insights for founders like him, and his views on “diversity washing” and what companies can do to avoid it. He is the CEO and founder of Hallo — a diversity recruiting platform that helps connect college students acros…
 
Join Michael and Robin as we start working on our next 1500 episodes when we talk about men and women in the workplace with David G. Smith PhD, and Brad Johnson PhD. Evidence reveals that the #MeToo movement has not been a catalyst to move men to action in their organizations, but rather it has instead increased the likelihood of them avoiding wome…
 
More than ever, superintendents need to support and learn from each other about what has worked and what hasn't. In a multi-part podcast series, IASA Associate Director of Professional Development Dr. Courtney Orzel speaks to superintendents from across the state about the experiences and lessons they have learned through this unprecedented school …
 
The Workhuman revolution is founded on 3 principles: Thank: expressing authentic gratitude for someone’s work effort or positive behavior to develop, deepen, and nurture connections throughout the organizationTalk: Encouraging one another – through continuous performance management – with in-the-moment, honest, and helpful feedback to align individ…
 
Robin had a discussion with our guest, David Shar, about workplace burnout . The founder of Illuminate PMC, David is a keynote speaker, consultant, and trainer specializing in helping organizations improve their leadership and culture, combat burnout, and design meaningful work. David combines decades of leadership experience with the latest psycho…
 
Vadim Liberman, Liberace of HR | Editor at TLNT and ERE.net, shares some #SnackableHR Vadim Liberman is editor of ERE.net and TLNT and the self proclaimed Liberace of HR. He's a workplace renegade advancing how we think, work, and live. He has previously worked as a strategy consultant to HR and recruiting tech companies at The Starr Conspiracy, as…
 
Everyday, superintendents are trying to navigate new problems in the era of COVID-19 that it's hard to think long term. In this episode, IASA's Associate Director of Professional Development, Dr. Courtney Orzel, speaks to Dr. Hank Thiele, superintendent of CHSD #99, about the strains COVID-19 has caused on school districts and how superintendents n…
 
Jo Weech, Head of People and Talent at Exemplary Consultants, shares some #SnackableHR. Jo Weech enjoys assisting companies excel in recruiting and retention, infusing enthusiasm into strategy and execution. Speaking engagements include HR/Recruiting conferences and career transition groups. Jo has a passion to see the eradication of as many hiring…
 
DriveThru HR’s next #snackableHR moment is… Imperfect Organizations: a Lesson from Beirut with show guest Jamie Griffin. Jamie is the founder of Consult to Grow, a restaurant strategy firm that advises restaurant owners on scaling systems, processes, and people to grow sales, profits, and geography. In today’s moment, Jamie shares quick stories fro…
 
Listen to the latest #SnackableHR episode when Terry Dunn of Positive Management Leadership shares insights on the Math of Leadership Leadership Modeling for Effective Managers™ Turn Good People into Better Leaders Leadership Modeling for Effective Managers™ is a series of short workshops designed to build better Leaders by sharpening their communi…
 
Happy Labor Day Weekend, and the end of the first-week extravaganza we are calling #SnackableHR. These are short episodes offering up one HR tip or idea from friends of the show. We are doing a show in this format on weekdays throughout September. On October 1, we will be airing episode 1500 of DriveThruHR, and so naturally, we wanted to try someth…
 
Christina Wang has a few things to say about HR’s future; the systems, the structure AND the mindset of practitioners. With her penchant for driving change and fighting for justice, Christina proudly wears the badge of “HR Rebel.” Join us for a lively discussion with Christina as we discuss both her personal journey through corporate America as an …
 
Riverton CUSD #14 recently had the start of the 2020-21 school year upended when someone tested positive for COVID-19, just three days into the new year. In this episode, we speak to Dr. Brad Polanin, the district's superintendent, about how his district responded to the positive test, lessons he learned from the experience and how he plans to move…
 
No matter what school will look like in your district this school year, remote learning will be part of the plan. In this episode, Dr. Courtney Orzel speaks to Pontiac CCSD #429 Superintendent Brian Dukes and the district's technology director, Michael McCabe, about how their district plans to maximize remote learning this school year. Kim Darche, …
 
Join Michael and Robin as we discuss the personal and professional costs of Elder Care in the workplace with Larry Nisenson of Genworth Financial. We will discuss how employers can help their employees address a mounting issue facing human resources executives today. Corporate America should brace itself for a potential “Caregiver Benefit Crisis” t…
 
Sarah Morgan (HR Leader | Consultant | Blogger | Podcaster) is one of the leading voices in HR who has long been at the forefront of our discussions about diversity, inclusion and equity. In addition to providing resources via her blog, The Buzz on HR, and her podcast, Leading in Color, Sarah will be hosting her first *virtual* event - the HROI Sum…
 
Covid-19, obviously, has brought us social distancing and the elimination, for now, of large-gatherings. Numerous local, regional and global HR events have either been outright cancelled, or, in some cases, moved online with great success. And as we’ve adjusted to learning and socializing (ahem ...”networking”) in new ways, we can’t help but wonder…
 
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