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Our Purpose Podcast is about giving a voice to people with purpose. Attend one of our recording evenings to relax, network, eat, drink and learn.

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Our Purpose Podcast is about giving a voice to people with purpose. Attend one of our recording evenings to relax, network, eat, drink and learn.

    S2E2. Wellbeing in Uncertain Times with Emma Broadbent

    S2E2. Wellbeing in Uncertain Times with Emma Broadbent

    Hear from Emma Broadbent, an HR and OD professional with knowledge and experience of supporting leaders and teams through times of uncertainty and change. Following the devastating Canterbury earthquakes in New Zealand, Emma implemented a wellbeing program. Its overwhelming success led to it being a finalist in the Best Health and Wellbeing Initiative Category for the Globally recognised CIPD, People Management Awards. Now based in Australia, Emma will share her thoughts and top tips on Leadership and Wellbeing in relation to COVID-19. Emma will cover: Learning more and Leverage the COVID acronym; Accessing 5 Practical questions to open meaningful discussions; How you can leverage the 5 Winning Ways to Wellbeing to support your leaders and teams; What are the new rituals you will create to have a productive day; How do you connect with your tribe of people, team-mates, friends and family?

    • 23 min
    S2E1. Emotional Intelligence with Fran Corrigan

    S2E1. Emotional Intelligence with Fran Corrigan

    Studies have found EQ to be the #1 predictor of professional success & personal excellence. In this Purpose Podcast episode we have social and emotional intelligence coach and Ignite Performance Director, Fran Corrigan in the house. She'll cover: What is emotional intelligence (EI)? How does it work? Why is it the key to great leadership?; How various organisations have used EI to increase the capacity and performance of their leaders and teams; Three proven techniques to increase your own EI. Join Fran for this entertaining session as she shares the corporate "war stories" that converted her from an EI skeptic to a true believer.

    • 44 min
    S1E13. Understanding Agile HR with Melissa Di Cristoforo

    S1E13. Understanding Agile HR with Melissa Di Cristoforo

    Agile HR is one of the trending terms for HR professionals, but have we got it all wrong? Melissa Di Cristoforo, an Agile HR Trainer and Coach from AxisAgile will discuss:

    - What Agile is and how it is being applied to HR
    - How Agile can help HR professionals to deliver better value to their organisations
    - How to apply Scrum - the most commonly used Agile framework
    - Specific benefits that Agile ways of working delivers

    This is an important session for any HR professional who wants to go beyond the buzzword of Agile to extend this new way of working to the world of HR.

    • 30 min
    S1E12. How to Identify Risks with Paul Gordon

    S1E12. How to Identify Risks with Paul Gordon

    Brand and reputation is everything and People and Culture can be the biggest risk to any business. Identifying those risks and having a mitigation plan can protect organisations.

    On a journey that began in the drug squad, Paul Gordon is an entrepreneur an author, and a Principal Consultant at Aon.

    Join Paul as he demonstrates how organisations can identify risk by taking you on a journey through the employee life cycle through your eyes. No powerpoint just a few drawings and some great insights told through the art of storytelling.

    Who should attend?

    If you are HR bring along the CEO or equivalent. This is a story worth sharing with your leaders.

    • 40 min
    S1E11. Managing an Aging Workforce with Grace Westdorp

    S1E11. Managing an Aging Workforce with Grace Westdorp

    Grace Westdorp is the General Manager of Health, Safety and Wellbeing at Wesfarmers Industrial and Safety (WIS). Grace joined us to demonstrate how WIS is successfully managing its aging workforce.

    Through their program, ‘Planning for the Time of Your Life’ WIS invites employees over 45 years of age to consider their working needs and arrangements over the next 15 to 20 years. This is achieved via conversations to gain valuable information and insights into some of the key topics around work and transition to retirement; health and wellbeing, community and finance. These sessions are linked to strategies to better support the changing needs of mature age employees. They are also very much focussed on understanding personal circumstances to be better prepared and to be able to create a future that meets the needs of the individual.

    Discover the benefits of supporting an aging workforce to better take control of their health and wellbeing.

    • 26 min
    S1E10. Managing a Toxic Culture with Franck Appleby

    S1E10. Managing a Toxic Culture with Franck Appleby

    As much as we all hate to admit it, almost all organisations have some degree of toxicity in their culture – toxicity that needs to be addressed. But how do we identify it? And once identified, how do we deal with it?

    In the podcast episode Adshel’s People and Performance Director, Franck Appleby, will cover:

    - What exactly is a toxic culture?
    - Why do organisations become toxic?
    - Strategies to deal with toxicity
    - Ideas for how to put your organisation through a cultural detox

    • 1 hr 9 min

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