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The Transform Your Workplace Podcast covers everything you need to build a great workplace. Industry experts, thought-leaders, HR experts and entrepreneurs join us to discuss big ideas that can transform your organization. Each week we cover a new topic, ranging from HR, communication and culture to business growth, leadership and workplace trends. Access more episodes, subscribe, and learn more.
 
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Are you successful but strangely feeling empty? Why is it that high-achieving and successful people - despite making great amounts of money and have the respect of their colleagues - still feel unfulfilled? You may be at a certain point in your life where you feel like you’re stuck and you need to get out but for some unknown reason, you don’t ...…
 
According to a report done by Accenture’s Reworking The Revolution, 46% of the executives surveyed said that traditional job descriptions are obsolete as machines take on routine tasks and as people move to project-based work. While 29% of leaders report that they’ve extensively redesigned jobs. The way we’re doing business and work now has tot ...…
 
Admit it. Most business meetings suck - It sucks your time and productivity, especially when run poorly. But it shouldn’t be that way. Meetings are supposed to be opportunities for leaders to shine and lead the team to achieve their targets and improve performance. According to Steven Rogelberg’s research, only 20% of leaders receive training o ...…
 
We are not built the same when it comes to receiving feedback in the workplace. What might seem as open and direct to one person can seem completely harsh and really sharp to another. Feedback can sometimes break or make someone. How you deliver it matters greatly. When done in the right way it can be the most effective means of communication a ...…
 
As an employer, you might have a lot of questions about what potential employees look for in a company before they apply. And you may also wonder where to find the best possible candidates. In this episode, HR Generalist Paige Tamlyn returns to the podcast to answer questions people have about recruiting employees and the common questions asked ...…
 
Diversity is the future. When an organization has a diversified workforce, this meant better productivity, creativity, and stronger company reputation. It puts the company in a competitive edge that can lead to greater reach in the future. This is why many are seeking to employ people from different backgrounds. Regardless of a company's good i ...…
 
Today, August 29th marks the 200th episode of the Transform Your Workplace podcast and it also happens to be Brandon's 34th birthday. In this episode, Angela Perkins, VP of Sales & Marketing at Xenium HR, join Brandon while he's wrapping up his month-long sabbatical to talk about how the sabbatical is going, learnings from the sabbatical, and h ...…
 
You’re super busy at work — your phone's blowing up from the overflowing inbox of notifications, reminders, and chats. There’s so much interruption that you’ve got no time to think. And when you do, you have to stay stuck at the office, working more than 40-hours a week or force yourself to pull an all-nighter to meet unrealistic deadlines. You ...…
 
Juggling workplace stress with the daily pressures of family, friends, hobbies, self, and life in general, is a tough feat for employees to achieve. We’re getting busier than ever and it causes heavy damage to both work and personal lives. Today, Anna Mieners from Cascade Centers, a company that provides counseling services and organizational c ...…
 
There are people working at different locations and at different times. With the advancement in technology, communication tools also have greatly upgraded. Unlike before, we’re constrained to finding talent locally, but now we can look for them all across the globe. With this, more and more organizations are adopting the “remote workplace”. Thi ...…
 
“I’ve never been happier than I am ever since I embraced change.” ⁠— John Johnson Many of us prefer the easy path. We find comfort in things that we already understand. When things change too quickly, we tend to go back to the way things were. Change doesn't always feel good. It makes us uncomfortable, but it's essential because the world aroun ...…
 
Having the right data results in better health outcomes. - Springbuk What if you could identify how many of your employees are at risk of suffering from a disease like stroke, cancer, diabetes, and other health conditions through a software that provides intelligent health data? Sounds great right? It's not very often that we highlight a produc ...…
 
"A bravespace workplace is one where people can show up as they are, both perfect and flawed, and do great things together. " — Moe Carrick Most workplaces are unfit for human life. Many are still miserable at work. Despite the efforts of good leaders and managers in taking care of their people - investing and training them as well as creating ...…
 
According to the Department of Labor, 70% of mothers with children under the age of 18 participated in the workforce in 2018. In 1975, that number was just 47%. With more mothers in the workplace today, there are more and more families in which both parents are employed. As a result, many of today’s parents struggle to accomplish those househol ...…
 
⁠”The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again, but expecting different results.”— Albert Einstein Do you ever hear people say “Sunday nights are the worst because Monday is coming up”? If you’re showing up to work but you’re not giving your 100%, that may be a sign that you’re not on the right path. If you don’t like ...…
 
“Psychological safety is a belief that one will not be punished or humiliated for speaking up with ideas, questions, concerns or mistakes.” ⁠— Amy Edmondson Have you ever had a question you’ve been dying to ask in a meeting but couldn’t because when you look around, everyone is simply nodding their heads, agreeing to everything the boss says? N ...…
 
Etiquette rules in the business world differ largely from standard social settings. And many people end up making fools of themselves because they don’t understand how things flow in such situations. Mindy Lockard, a Leadership and Etiquette expert who helps people feel confident in their skin and connect with other people, talks about business ...…
 
White-collar jobs are just as stressful as blue-collar jobs. Long work hours and work-life balance, to name a few are toxic to employees and destroys their health physically and emotionally. In this episode, we talk about the book - Dying for a Paycheck: How Modern Management Harms Employee Health and Company Performance and What We Can Do Abou ...…
 
Here’s a stat for you: 65% of employees would forego a raise to see their leader fired. According to Adam Brantley, executive coach at Building Champions, those employees need leaders that coach their people—rather than just telling them what to do. Listen in as we discuss how coaching leadership can change companies for the better, how to brin ...…
 
The workplace is always evolving and companies should think of ways to keep their employee benefits aligned with what their people really want. Benefits offered by companies are crucial for talent attraction and retention. How can companies keep up with the fast-paced, changing needs, and demands of their employees while staying competitive in ...…
 
This episode features a crossover show with Jon Thurmond and Wendy Dailey of the HR Social Hour Half Hour Podcast. We discuss how they built such a collaborative HR community on Twitter, which HR conferences they love to attend, and trends they are paying attention to that are impacting workplaces all over. Resources Mentioned in the Show: HR S ...…
 
Where do you stand on mandatory paternity leave? What about publishing everyone’s salary at the office? For this special debate-style episode, Xenium’s Angela Perkins and Brandon Laws randomly selected hot button HR topics and then picked a side to debate the issue. Listen in as they argue for and against mandatory paid maternity and paternity ...…
 
What do baseball and business have in common? According to Mark Greenburg, author of Elevated Leadership - A Pitch by Pitch Guide to Business, Life and Baseball, the answer is...pretty much everything. Listen in as we discuss the parallels he finds in leadership, coaching, even risk-taking, and how that can translate to business. We’ll cover wh ...…
 
We go behind the scenes and inside Xenium in this episode. Brandon Laws shares the entire blueprint for starting a book group in your organization. You'll discover why you should start one, the benefits you can expect, and how to launch and run an effective book group. -- What did you think of this episode? Share a review on Apple Podcasts or t ...…
 
Paige Tamlyn joins the podcast to discuss the report from Glassdoor "50 HR and Recruiting Stats for 2019." Paige and Brandon discuss candidate experience, inclusivity, interviewing, and much more! Get the Glassdoor report: https://resources.glassdoor.com/50-hr-recruiting-stats-2019.html How to Support this Show: Subscribe on your favorite podca ...…
 
Let’s talk feedback. Though it’s become part of modern workplace culture, Carol Sanford, author of No More Feedback - Cultivate Consciousness at Work, is on mission to change that. Listen in as she shares her take on feedback—why it’s not objective, why it’s not necessarily helpful and how it can obscure what needs to be done. We’ll discuss way ...…
 
We’ve all been there. It’s Monday morning, the to-do list is a mile long, the in-box is overflowing, and the last thing you want to do is attend the weekly team meeting that’s 90% pointless and 10% productive. What’s worse is you could have received the information in an email in a fraction of the time. Don’t get me wrong, connecting with your ...…
 
We're changing the name of our podcast to be called Transform Your Workplace. This Human Resources for Small Business podcast originally began as a resource for organizations to learn HR best practices. But the content and audience has evolved into much more than that. We're now reaching thousands of HR professionals, owners, executives, and le ...…
 
There’s a lot of talk about bias nowadays. But recognizing it is only the first step. Eliminating bias in the hiring process is critical—but it’s not going to be easy. Listen in as we talk with Melissa Dobbins, founder and CEO of Career.Place, as she discusses ways to take action. We’ll cover examples of conscious and unconscious bias, ways tha ...…
 
The remote vs. in-office debate continues to rage on and HR isn’t exempt from the discussion.The in-office side highlights what face-time brings to communication and relationships, while the remote side focuses on productivity and cost-savings. Xenium’s Lacey Partipilo and Brandon Laws weigh in—and come to a conclusion that offers the expertise ...…
 
For years, industry experts have only talked about how millennials will change the workforce. Well, they're here and are making up a large part of the workforce already. But what about this other generation trickling into the workforce? Generation Z: are they a replica of the millennial generation or are they vastly different? That's what Corey ...…
 
As humans, we’ve never been more connected—or more polarized based on our differences. But there is hope. Howard J. Ross, author of Our Search for Belonging: How Our Need to Connect is Tearing Us Apart believes the workplace is the answer. He joins us to discuss ways that organizations can encourage communication, create bridges to belonging an ...…
 
When it comes to business, change is a given. It’s how a company handles it that makes all the difference. Nicole Carey, Senior HR Business Partner at Xenium joins us to discuss change management and how it can get companies from “before” to “after.” We’ll discuss why and when it’s needed, who should champion the change and discuss why it’s so ...…
 
If you’ve ever wondered why sports metaphors like “slam dunk” are used in business, Travis Hansen is a great reference. He’s succeeded in both worlds, as a former NBA player and founder and CEO of the Tesani Companies. Joining us to talk business, he shares how he’s built award-winning culture into his companies through lessons he took off the ...…
 
Humans today are more connected than ever before, and yet isolation and loneliness are at an all time high. Listen in as Brandon Laws and Paige Tamlyn discuss a Q&A with Dan Schawbel from the SHRM Magazine about workplace trends affecting connection. We’ll cover the ways technology and social media are changing personal interaction, the challen ...…
 
Culture. Everybody agrees that it’s important and yet, it’s so rare to find a workplace that gets it right. This week, Xenium’s Tyler Meuwissen and Brandon Laws are discussing the highlights of Culture Code: The Secrets of Highly Successful Groups. From building a safe space to sharing vulnerability to establishing purpose, they’ll break down t ...…
 
In this episode of What's Up in the Workplace, Lacey Partipilo and Brandon Laws state several bold HR predictions for 2019. Email Brandon Laws at brandon.laws@xeniumhr.com How to Support this Show: Subscribe on your favorite podcast app (iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play, etc.) Review us on iTunes Take our survey and we'll enter you in a drawing fo ...…
 
When it comes to business, big changes are always a challenge. Unless you’re Ed Muzio, CEO of Group Harmonics and author of Iterate: Run a Fast, Flexible, Focused Management Team. He joins us to share his take on iteration and how it can make your team more effective, no matter what comes your way. We’ll cover the skills and tools you’ll need t ...…
 
If you worked uninterrupted, could you get your work done in 5 hours or less? 45% of full time workers worldwide say that they could. Is the era of the 4-day workweek finally here? Joyce Maroney, executive director of the Workforce Institute at Kronos, joins us to discuss the findings of their latest report on the state of workplace efficiency, ...…
 
In this episode of What's Up in the Workplace, Brandon Laws and Lacey Partipilo discuss work holiday parties. Should employers host them and if so, what's appropriate and what's not? Listen in on this timely discussion. Email Brandon Laws at brandon.laws@xeniumhr.com How to Support this Show: Subscribe on your favorite podcast app (iTunes, Stit ...…
 
What if we told you three simple words could change your entire mindset? Greg Bell, author of What’s Going Well? The Question Changes Everything, is here to do just that. He joins us to discuss the mind-shifting concept within his book and ways to apply it—both at work and in your personal life. We’ll cover everything from the power of gratitud ...…
 
Today, the podcast isn’t big business as usual—we’re getting literary. Jennifer Rock and Michael Voss, authors of B.S., Incorporated, join us to discuss their latest book, a satirical takedown of corporate America. We’ll get the story behind this hilarious novel, as well as a little backstory on the authors, their personal take on corporate lif ...…
 
In this segment from a CEO panel at the 2018 Leadership & Economic Summit in Portland, Oregon, three CEOs discuss employee engagement, building culture, and attracting and retaining talent. This CEO panel discussion was hosted on November 29, 2018 in Portland, Oregon and moderated by Anne Donovan, President of Xenium HR, featuring Sadie Lincoln ...…
 
There’s a shift happening in the business world. Jeff Mike, VP and HR research leader of Deloitte Consulting, joins us to discuss “The Rise of the Social Enterprise”. This new trend shows businesses are shifting from “companies” to “institutions” that are integrated into the social fabric of society. Listen in as Jeff breaks down how this is ch ...…
 
Many millennials entering the workforce are burdened with student loan debt. And according to some articles, the average student in the class of 2016 has $37,172 in debt. In the fight for talent, employers are getting as creative as they can to attract and retain talent to grow their businesses and some are turning to student loan repayment pro ...…
 
In this What's Up in the Workplace, Lacey Partipilo and Brandon Laws discuss how the political views from the mid-term election is impacting the workplace and what it means for employers. Have a topic for us? Email Brandon Laws at brandon.laws@xeniumhr.com How to Support this Show: Subscribe on your favorite podcast app (iTunes, Stitcher, Googl ...…
 
As humans, we're wired to connect with others and build relationships. We spend most of our time at work, so it should be no surprise that our relationships must also translate to the workplace. Companies that figure this out will end up retaining the best and brightest and end up on top of the competition. In this episode, author of Bring Your ...…
 
Technology has changed so many things in the workplace, from the way we communicate, to how we get things done. It was only a matter of time before HR and benefits evolve as well. Avi Karnani, CEO of Alice, is changing the way employers and employees manage their benefits by automating pre-tax spending on benefits like healthcare. He joins us t ...…
 
Every year, companies are spending hundreds of millions of dollars to increase employee engagement. But is it working? And why is it so important anyway? Dr. Bob Nelson, author of 1,001 Ways to Engage Employees, joins us to answer these questions and more. We’ll cover simple but impactful methods for increasing engagement, the areas you need to ...…
 
Angela Perkins and Brandon Laws discuss how the DISC assessment and DISC InterACTION Guide can help colleagues or people in a manager/employees relationship first discover their personality traits and also how to best work together. This episode covers a brief overview of DISC and then Angela and Brandon share an actual example of how a manager ...…
 
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