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Looking for fresh content to solve your human capital issues but don't have a full hour? Subscribe to the HCI podcast series to gain access to leading HR practitioners from Fortune 1000 companies, as well thought-leaders, authors, and academics. These experts cover everything from talent acquisition and analytics to engagement, retention, and development.
 
Have you every wondered what life is really like behind bars? Chris Atkins is a documentary maker who went to prison for tax fraud in 2016. He spent nine months in HMP Wandsworth, one of the most dangerous and dysfunctional prisons in the UK, and has now interviewed 20 ex-prisoners about their time in jail. Their stories are shocking, uplifting, heartbreaking, hilarious, and often downright weird. These incredible testimonies form this eight part podcast series. In Wandsworth Chris got loads ...
 
CROWVERSATION with Rebecca Crow is for all the humans who had no feminine role models growing up. This weekly podcast brings you a conversation with the phenomenal women in Rebecca's life, women who have each endured unique hardships and survived. More than survived, they thrive. Alternative women are seen as more of a hash tag (#girlswithtattoos) than real humans. Rebecca wants you to see the women she sees. She wants you to hear them. Original photo by Sam Goodridge. Artwork edit by Rebecc ...
 
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Today’s talent leaders need to understand their teams’ readiness, identify high-potential employees, and mobilize them to optimal roles – matching the right people to the right moments.In this podcast with HCI, we share how using insights and predictive modeling for new and changing scenarios, organizations can identify the best talent and empower …
 
Perceptyx has just released a comprehensive analysis of its HR benchmark data, including more than 15 million respondents from 182 countries, and the findings are clear: the primary factors impacting your employee experience have changed. Heavily influenced by larger forces in the global economy, an increasingly competitive labor market, and our ev…
 
The world of work has changed dramatically, and to keep pace, organizations need to ensure their listening strategy is evolving as well. In this episode, John Borland, Co-Founder and CEO of Perceptyx, will discuss the growing mandate to move beyond the traditional, once-a year engagement survey in favor of a more agile, continuous listening strateg…
 
Learning has traditionally struggled to keep up with the pace of life outside the organization. The fight for attention spans is only getting more aggressive, and with rapid turnover in the workplace, scaling these programs is key.Join this episode with Justin Finkelstein, COO of Platform Innovation at CitiBank, as we explore how you can facilitate…
 
The battle for remote work is not new, but employees have an unprecedented amount of leverage as organizations seek to navigate the post-pandemic ‘new normal.’ Assessing productivity, implementation of virtual onboarding, and the decision to return to the office, remain as top challenges for HR teams across the globe.Join this episode with Peter Ca…
 
Radical Candor is the sweet spot between managers who are obnoxiously aggressive on one side and ruinously empathetic on the other. It is about providing guidance, which involves a mix of praise as well as criticism, delivered to produce better results and help employees develop their skills and boundaries of success. Radical Candor offers a guide …
 
The way people work has changed, which means the way we manage performance must change too. Right now, companies have an opportunity to rethink the purpose of performance management in their organization and the outcomes they want to achieve.In this podcast Dr. Edie Goldberg, recognized expert in the field of performance management, and Aaron Adams…
 
Over the last 18 months many employees have been given something they may not have even known was missing – FREEDOM. As a fully remote employee, the flexibility can be liberating, but the downsides to the individual and the organization cannot be overlooked. As we head into the back-half of 2021 organizations need to assess how to balance employee …
 
The biggest question on everyone’s mind as the economy and society at large re-open is: now what? How do we make the shift back to in-person work? What do our employees need from us? How do we support the transition and evolution of the economy post-pandemic effectively? In this episode, we chat with Liz Fealy, Deputy Leader of People Services at E…
 
HCI believes that HR plays a critical role in the alignment of business strategy and talent strategy. Yet, too many HR professionals are not adequately prepared to assess and communicate about business strategy with their clients or executive leaders. In this podcast, Chuck Feltz, HCI's CEO, offers guidance for how HR practitioners can step up, tak…
 
Employee engagement happens one person at a time. To help employees move from being busy with tasks to being enthusiastically engaged in a dynamic world of work, Amy Leschke-Kahle dives into how you can help. Starting with a story of bringing your unique best to work, learn how to help employees be twice as engaged. In this finale session, you’ll a…
 
Team members who believe they are receiving the support they need from their leaders are 20x more likely to be fully engaged. But how do you give team leaders what they need to support their teams? Amy Leschke-Kahle discusses how to find where the work is actually happening and why frequency is the new currency. Plus, hear how leaders are establish…
 
Peeling Back The Layers on Engagement: A 3-Part Series:If we all agree employee engagement matters, why do we find it so hard to measure and move? Join practitioner-turned-strategist Amy Leschke-Kahle each Monday morning for the next 3 weeks as she peels back the layers on how to get to engagement that lasts. Each 20-minute episode contains powerfu…
 
Coaching is an essential part of any development strategy, but it doesn’t always serve the employee where, when, and how they need it. In this episode, we speak with Cloverleaf’s Chief Research Officer, Dr. Scott Dust and learn how AI and automation are making it possible to solve this problem. This episode is brought to you by Cloverleaf. Learn mo…
 
We’ve known for a long time that effective teams are indispensable to a high-performance organization, but how do we make this happen in a virtual or hybrid environment? Carlos Valdes-Dapena is Managing Principal at Corporate Collaboration Resources and he stopped by the podcast to talk about how to transform your teams into more collaborative and …
 
Repetitive, manual tasks rob your organization of productivity and de-motivate your people. Automating these processes used to mean hiring expensive development staff. However, recent technological developments are making it possible for tech-savvy professionals in HR and other functions to take the matter into their own hands and develop their own…
 
Adapting to major change once is hard enough, but in 2020 we had to do it several times. In this episode, we talk with Sarah Chavarria, EVP, Chief People Officer and Head of Corporate Communications, Corporate Philanthropy and Business Transformation at Delta Dental to learn how they responded to the initial demands of the crisis and then adapted a…
 
Identifying and prioritizing critical roles is an essential part of the workforce planning process because it guides our focus and effort every step of the way. In this episode, we catch up with Mei Kim, Global Workforce Planning & Analytics Leader at Eaton Corp and talk about her upcoming session at HCI’s Accelerate Your Workforce Planning Confere…
 
Dr. Joe Dicianno, author of A Busy Leader's Guide for Caring Leadership, describes why CARING is the requisite for great teams. He shares practical and research-based advice for bringing compassion and authenticity to the workplace. In this podcast you will learn how to help your managers move beyond fear and lead with courage to drive higher trust…
 
David Simmonds, Chairman of HCM Metrics, explains the origins and applications of the ISO International Standard for Human Capital Reporting. In this podcast you will understand how the ISO Guidelines are an important step toward performance benchmarking and transparency for all sizes of organizations.Learn more about the ISO International Standard…
 
How can you build trust within a hybrid workforce? What increases meaningful collaboration among remote teams? How have communication norms changed within a virtual work environment? Author and keynote speaker Liane Davey, Ph.D., answers these questions based on her research and experience facilitating better team performance within organizations. …
 
How do you empower and engage your people to perform at their best? This episode we’re speaking with Entrepreneur, Author, Speaker and Coach, Ron Lovett about the importance of “giving people their brains back” and how the right cultural and strategic moves can help your organization come out of 2020 stronger than ever. Check out Ron’s work at www.…
 
How do you grow your culture in a way that maximizes organizational performance and helps your company deliver on its strategy? This episode, we’re headed down under for some answers from high performance specialist Mark Dobson. Learn how your approach to high performers and negative or low performers can shape your culture for the better. Learn mo…
 
Diversity, equity, and inclusion issues are at the forefront of the world of work. But as your organization takes action, how will you know you’re making progress? In this episode, we join Caitlin Bigsby of Visier to discuss how HR can use people analytics to make the case for D&I initiatives and increase their efficacy. This podcast was made possi…
 
There is a mental health crisis in prisons, and it's sometimes impossible to access psychiatric support. Often the only help comes from the Listeners, prisoners specially trained by the Samaritans to counsel suicidal inmates. Chris interviews Tony, who suffered severe anxiety and depression inside, and three former Listeners. See acast.com/privacy …
 
What do prisoners eat? How do we get showers? What's the food like? When he was in prison Chris got dozens of letters asking about the details of life inside. This episode will delve into the nitty gritty of wing life, from getting out the cell, sourcing enough to eat, and trying to stay clean. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out informat…
 
How can HR professionals reset their important work to make a greater impact for the business and its people? On this episode, we speak with Chris Mullen, Executive Director of The Workforce Institute at Kronos, about how HR and people mangers can develop better partnerships. We discuss insights from our latest HCI and Kronos research report. We sh…
 
Diversity and belonging are front and center at many organizations today. But making progress is much more difficult without an accurate picture of where your organization is today and the ability to measure where it’s going tomorrow. Today, we chatted with Phil Willburn, Head of People Analytics & Insights at Workday to learn how Workday uses anal…
 
Brian Ahearn, Chief Influence Officer at Influence People, defines what we mean by strong influencing skills and why they are important for HR professionals. He shares some recommendations for developing influencing skills (anyone can do it!) and handling team conflict. Learn how to enhance this important strategic capability and build stronger buy…
 
How can people analytics, scenario planning, and technology support your COVID-19 talent strategy? On this episode, we speak with Greg Pryor, Senior Vice President, People & Performance Evangelist at Workday about how he and other HR leaders are using various techniques, data, and software to manage the myriad talent-related challenges facing them …
 
Most HR departments are facing a cluster of crises rather than a single challenge right now. How do we keep our heads above water? How can we make the right decisions for our people and our organizations as a whole? This episode we caught up with Christy Pambianchi, EVP and CHRO of Verizon to talk about how her organization is responding to these h…
 
Meet Kyubii! Mum to two teens, educator and leader for many young people and vintage clothing collector! We talk about self care as a person with mental illness, having difficult conversations with your children about, breaking out of her cultural expectations as a young mother, how we can help guide the youth of today and so much more!Find Kyubii …
 
Improving employee engagement is a challenge in today’s workforce and programs tend to prioritize surveys and reports over action. Lindsay Lagreid, Senior Advisor at the Limeade Institute will share how employers are using technology to improve engagement for all by reinforcing a sense of connection and leveraging insights to take meaningful action…
 
Maximizing performance and engagement is key to the success of individuals, teams, and organizations. In this episode, we speak with Amy Harrison of Forrester Research and Amy Leschke-Kahle of The Marcus Buckingham Company, an ADP Company about the Total Economic Impact (TEI) of StandOut, powered by ADP. Learn how StandOut can increase engagement a…
 
Ben Waber, Ph.D. President and Co-Founder of Humanyze defines organizational health and describes why it is so important for leadership development. He also shares some of the analytics and methods he uses to understand how work “gets done” and why those insights are critical for team development and leadership. Finally, Dr. Waber shares the key ta…
 
In this podcast, talent development leaders from Southwest Airlines describe how their continuous performance management process is critical for business alignment and trust among their people. Bonnie Endicott, Director of People - Talent Management and Lorelei Windeler, Talent Development Manager, detail how their strategic mindsets are critical f…
 
Meet Cleo! Full time performer, fellow empath and self confessed space nerd!We talk about her journey to developing her style as a performer, keeping a positive mindset in this overwhelming world, her secret life making wigs for alopecia and chemotherapy patients, taking the first steps into becoming an OnlyFans creator and all sorts of other thing…
 
Everyone knows culture matters, but many HR leaders are unsure how to influence and evolve it. In this episode, we speak with Dr. Liz Pavese-Kaplan, Sr. Director, Limeade Institute to learn about the science behind organizational culture and practical ways to architect your company’s culture through the lens of care.…
 
Meet Jesi! Writer, model, mother, and balcony gardening EXPERT (trust me). We talk about her experience in NYC during the COVID19 pandemic and Black Lives Matter protests, how families can better educate their children on global issues, the complex layering of racism in every single structure in society, the rights of pregnant incarcerated humans a…
 
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