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Leaders and organizations around the world are succeeding by making work more human. Tune in to get inspired by their stories and learn how to make your workplace more human-friendly. The show is hosted by keynote speaker, author and employee engagement consultant Jason Lauritsen, and powered by Small Improvements, a feedback platform that helps employees grow and succeed.



Follow along at www.small-improvements.com/podcast-human-friendly-workplace

Human-friendly Workplace Small Improvements

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Leaders and organizations around the world are succeeding by making work more human. Tune in to get inspired by their stories and learn how to make your workplace more human-friendly. The show is hosted by keynote speaker, author and employee engagement consultant Jason Lauritsen, and powered by Small Improvements, a feedback platform that helps employees grow and succeed.



Follow along at www.small-improvements.com/podcast-human-friendly-workplace

    Bonus episode

    Bonus episode

    On a scale of 1 to 10, where would you rank your organization on trust? At Menlo Innovations, it’s the culture cornerstone that has allowed them to create a unique working environment. On this episode of the “Human-friendly Workplace” podcast, Chris Hutchins and Michael Krebs, software developers at Menlo, share how a culture of trust allows the company to do agile work in pairs, have flat hierarchies, give constant feedback, be radically transparent, and make peer-based HR decisions.



    Learn more at https://www.small-improvements.com/podcast-human-friendly-workplace/bonus-episode

    • 39 Min.
    Episode 6

    Episode 6

    How do you keep all of your employees engaged when your company is growing globally? Do you have a value structure that transcends cultures? Tony Levitan, Chief People Officer at ServiceRocket, shares in this episode of the “Human-friendly Workplace” podcast how to bring together different cultures and give them more agency by establishing a shared mindset and vocabulary. He outlines how you can create a culture of community and accountability to grow with less friction and more engagement.



    Learn more at https://www.small-improvements.com/podcast-human-friendly-workplace/episode-6

    • 33 Min.
    Episode 5

    Episode 5

    Is pay really the number one reason why people stay with or leave organizations? Kristofor Lofgren, CEO of the Sustainable Restaurant Group, shares in this episode of the “Human-friendly Workplace” podcast how creating a culture of purpose has helped him to not only attract the most qualified employees, but also to keep them. He outlines how you can create a devoted workforce of leaders by treating employees like adults and showing empathy, sympathy, compassion, and thoughtfulness.



    Learn more at https://www.small-improvements.com/podcast-human-friendly-workplace/episode-5

    • 38 Min.
    Episode 4

    Episode 4

    When do you know that your organization’s performance management approach needs a revamp? What would happen if you stopped having performance appraisals and traditional 360 feedback altogether? Colleen Fuller, Head of Talent and Experience Transformation at Vistaprint, shares in this episode of the “Human-friendly Workplace” podcast how they applied the tools of agile development in HR to drive success. Colleen explains why one-size-fits-all approaches don’t work for today’s workforce and how listening to employees and creating real conversations helps create a human-friendly workplace culture.



    Learn more at https://www.small-improvements.com/podcast-human-friendly-workplace/episode-4/

    • 33 Min.
    Episode 3

    Episode 3

    Does it help to remove hierarchies and titles in order to get true buy-in? Why is emotion an important ingredient in making meaningful experiences? In this episode of the Human-friendly Workplace podcast, Employee Wellness Administrator at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center Mitch Martens details how he rolled out a wellness initiative that’s benefitted over 9,000 employees. Mitch discusses why it sometimes takes a dramatic event to kick off necessary change, how sometimes you just need to “let the magic happen,” and the one piece of advice he would give to managers on creating a human-friendly workplace culture.



    Learn more at https://www.small-improvements.com/podcast-human-friendly-workplace/episode-3/

    • 36 Min.
    Episode 2

    Episode 2

    How can understanding employees’ personal values help create a stronger and more self-aware workplace? What does it mean to reevaluate and change your company values, and how can you make sure employees connect with the new values? In this episode of the Human-friendly Workplace podcast, Graham Moody, People and Culture Manager at Ansarada, shares how to preserve culture during rapid growth and a business shift, and he explains the role of servant-based leadership.



    Learn more at https://www.small-improvements.com/podcast-human-friendly-workplace/episode-2

    • 30 Min.

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Excited to listen this Podcast!

A podcast about working culture and human friendly workplaces is something new and something which was really missing in the podcast world. Looking forward to listen to this. Thank you Small Improvements!

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