159 episodes

In this series, David Green will be speaking to a range of senior HR leaders who are pushing a data-driven and digital HR agenda. There is an increasing need for HR professionals to become more digitally and numerically literate – to acquire the skills necessary to process, produce and leverage digital information to create business value. You'll hear from people leaders who are driving transformation in their organisations on how HR can prepare for the future and what HR leaders need to do to prepare for the Future of Work.
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Digital HR Leaders with David Green David Green

    • Business
    • 5.0 • 14 Ratings

In this series, David Green will be speaking to a range of senior HR leaders who are pushing a data-driven and digital HR agenda. There is an increasing need for HR professionals to become more digitally and numerically literate – to acquire the skills necessary to process, produce and leverage digital information to create business value. You'll hear from people leaders who are driving transformation in their organisations on how HR can prepare for the future and what HR leaders need to do to prepare for the Future of Work.
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    How to Ensure Purpose is at the Forefront of Your People Strategies (An Interview With Daniela Seabrook)

    How to Ensure Purpose is at the Forefront of Your People Strategies (An Interview With Daniela Seabrook)

    In this episode of the Digital HR Leaders Podcast, David is joined by Daniela Seabrook, Chief Human Resources Officer at Philips. 
     
    With a strong background in HR, clinical psychology and organisational psychology, Daniela provides insight on how Philips has successfully implemented purpose at the forefront of their people strategies. 
     
    Listen to hear more about how Philips: 
     
    -Has built a successful hybrid working model 
    -Promotes equity and eliminates bias amongst different working groups 
    -Fosters collaboration within hybrid working teams 
    -Utilizes their people data to make critical business decisions, and much more  
     
    Enjoy! 
     
    Support from this podcast comes from Workday. You can learn more by visiting: workday.com  

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    • 39 min
    How Workday Created an Impactful People Analytics Function (An Interview with Phil Wilburn)

    How Workday Created an Impactful People Analytics Function (An Interview with Phil Wilburn)

    In this episode of the Digital HR Leaders Podcast, David is joined by Phil Wilburn, Vice President of People Analytics at Workday.  
     
    Phil has an outstanding background in the field of people analytics, and today he and David are discussing the positive impact the people analytics function is having on Workday’s business outcomes.  
     
    In this episode, expect to learn more about:  
     
    - How the people analytics function has evolved over time 
    - How the people analytics function at Workday is structured 
    - How Workday democratise their data 
    - The role of the people analytics function in helping the company adopt its hybrid model 
    - Phil’s top advice to help HR and people analytics professionals solve the complex challenges organisations face today, and much more  
     
    Enjoy! 
     
     Support from this podcast comes from Workday. You can learn more by visiting: workday.com  

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    • 44 min
    How Yelp Built a Successful Remote Working Culture (An Interview with Carmen Whitney Orr)

    How Yelp Built a Successful Remote Working Culture (An Interview with Carmen Whitney Orr)

    Since transitioning to a fully remote operating model, Yelp – the well-known American review website - have benefited from some great business successes, such as reduced turnover, higher productivity and a more engaged workforce.  
     
    How did they do it? Through their investment and commitment to delivering the best positive employee experience for their workforce.  
     
    So to understand more about how Yelp is creating a positive employee experience within their remote working operation, in this episode, David is joined by Yelp’s very own Chief People Officer, Carmen Whitney Orr.  
     
    Their conversation is an interesting one, so expect to learn more about: 
    - Why Yelp decided to transition to a fully remote operating model 
    - What it takes to create a positive employee experience in a remote working operation 
    - The importance of employee listening and how Yelp are improving it 
    - Carmen’s top advice for listeners looking to switch to a fully remote working operating model  
    - and much more. 
     
    So if you’re looking to learn about how to create a successful remote working business – then this is your podcast. 
     
    Enjoy! 
     
    Support from this podcast comes from Workday. You can learn more by visiting: workday.com 

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    • 31 min
    How AI Can Unlock Human Potential and Make Work More Meaningful (An Interview With Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic)

    How AI Can Unlock Human Potential and Make Work More Meaningful (An Interview With Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic)

    Artificial Intelligence (AI) is everywhere. From the way we communicate, to the way we work – AI is becoming a staple in our everyday lives.
    But what is its impact on our society and our work?
    This episode discusses just that, as David is joined by Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic, Professor of Business Psychology at Columbia University, Visiting Professor at Harvard University, Chief Innovation Officer at Manpower Group and the author of the fantastic book ‘I, Human: AI, Automation, and the Quest to Reclaim What Makes us Unique’.
     
    During this conversation, expect to learn more about:
    - Why AI is bringing out the worst of humanity
    - How we can reclaim the qualities that make us special as humans
    - AI through the lens of recruitment
    - How AI may not be as unbiased as we think
    - The ethical considerations of using AI in the HR and People Analytics Space
    - The skills that HR needs to thrive in the age of AI
    Enjoy!
    Support from this podcast comes from Workday. You can learn more by visiting: workday.com

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    • 44 min
    Navigating the Talent Marketplace of the Future (Interview from Jeff Schwartz & Jeroen Wels)

    Navigating the Talent Marketplace of the Future (Interview from Jeff Schwartz & Jeroen Wels)

    In this episode of the Digital HR Leaders, David is taking a journey to the past, present and future of the talent marketplace. 
     
    Joining him are Jeff Schwartz, VP of Insights and Impact at Gloat, and Senior Advisor of Future of Work at Deloitte; and Jeroen Wels, Founder of The People At Work Innovation Collective.  
     
    With their combined experience and insights, this conversation will highlight thought-provoking advice on how organisations can start thinking and actioning for the future of their businesses.  
     
    Expect to learn more about:  
    - How the talent marketplace supported Unilever and other businesses during the pandemic 
    - The role of the talent marketplace during economic headwinds  
    - The possibilities that can arise from skills-based organisations  
    - Why 2023 is an important time to be thinking about 2030  
    - What HR professionals need to start doing today to prepare for the future of their business, and much more.  
     
    Enjoy! 
     
    Support from this podcast comes from Gloat. You can learn more by visiting: gloat.com 

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    • 57 min
    How To Build Successful and Collaborative Relationships at Work (an Interview with Amy Gallo)

    How To Build Successful and Collaborative Relationships at Work (an Interview with Amy Gallo)

    In this episode of the Digital HR Leaders podcast, David is joined by Amy Gallo, contributing editor at Harvard Business Review, and author of best-selling book, ‘Getting Along: How to Work with Anyone (Even Difficult People)’. 
     
    This conversation will dive deep into understanding how to work effectively with those who may have different opinions or different ways of working. 
     
    Expect to learn more about:  
     
    - The implications workplace conflict has on performance 
    - The various archetypes you find in the workplace, and how to work effectively with each one  
    - The impact remote and hybrid working have on conflict resolution  
    - How to overcome biases that influence our behaviours towards certain archetypes  
    - How to coach and guide managers to build better relationships and help their teams overcome conflict  
    - And much more… 
     
    Tune in to gain valuable insight that will help you become a better manager, leader and team player in your organisation.  
     
    Enjoy! 
     
    Support from this podcast comes from Gloat. You can learn more by visiting: gloat.com 

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    • 47 min

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14 Ratings

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Invaluable Resource – Five Stars

If you want to bring yourself up to speed with what's happening in the People Analytics space, you will find this podcast to be an invaluable resource.

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High quality, professional & engaging

Being an avid follower of David Green’s work for some time, I was excited to hear about this podcast. It certainly hasn’t disappointed! Great contemporary topics discussed with insightful leaders and experts. I can’t wait to see where the series goes from here. This is a must have podcast for any people geek that is looking to make a professional impact.

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