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The HRD Live podcast taps into the key issues faced by senior HR leaders from the UK and Europe, to the US and Canada. Each month we speak to some of the biggest names in business, leadership and strategic HR to bring you the insights you need to drive your organization forward and gain competitive advantage in a VUCA world.
We discuss topics related to the new normal and the future of work; unpicking the challenges around HR tech and the dataficiation of the HR function; fostering organizational agility; and best practices to accelerate business performance.
Guests include Arianna Huffington, Dan Schwabel, Jon Ingham, Chuck Heaton, Katrina Collier, and experts from Colombia Business School.
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Devising a remote work culture with Yinka Opaneye, GameAnalytics
Many viewed remote working as a short term fix, but it's becoming ever more enmeshed in organizational culture. GameAnalytics' Yinka Opaneye delves into how his company has positively built on this trend, and lays out key considerations for HR leaders in the time ahead.
Shaping the employee experience with Liz Pavese, Limeade Institute
Co-located working has taken a major hit in 2020, and as a result, so too has employee experience. Liz Pavese, Sr. Director, Limeade Institute, helped us take a closer look, examining the importance of employee experience and its relation to wellbeing.
The People Practices Podcast on inclusion and diversity today
HR veterans Chuck Heaton, Chuck Kemper, Jason Anderson and Sanjay Harrichand join forces to discuss why people practices are a vital part of business operations today, and what leaders can do to maximize their efforts. In this edition, the panel convenes on the topic of inclusion and diversity at work today.
The People Practices Podcast on healthy workplace assessments
HR veterans Chuck Heaton, Chuck Kemper and Jason Anderson join forces to discuss why people practices are a vital part of business operations today, and what leaders can do to maximize their efforts. In this edition, the panel convenes on the topic of healthy workplace assessments.
Creating a collaborative culture with Adam Galinsky, Columbia Business School
With co-located working almost a thing of the past, the need for a collaborative workplace culture is now more urgently felt than ever before. To find out more about how this can be created, we sat down with author, speaker, and Columbia Business School professor, Adam Galinsky.
The learning and development process with Tim Wray, Warwick Business School
Tim Wray of the Warwick Business School outlines the learning and development process today: how it's changed, the way it is accessed and why it matters.
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