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DriveThruHR is a captivating, easy-to-digest, and occasionally irreverent lunchtime discourse that covers topics relevant to HR professionals. We broadcast each week (Tuesday, 12 PM, Central Time) for 30-minutes when our guest and hosts discuss a variety of topics including HR Technology, Recruiting, Talent Management, Leadership, Organizational Culture and Strategic HR. Hosted by @MikeVanDervort @RobinSchooling @DwaneLay and @TheOneCrystal. Running continuously since February 1, 2010. #DTHR

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DriveThruHR is a captivating, easy-to-digest, and occasionally irreverent lunchtime discourse that covers topics relevant to HR professionals. We broadcast each week (Tuesday, 12 PM, Central Time) for 30-minutes when our guest and hosts discuss a variety of topics including HR Technology, Recruiting, Talent Management, Leadership, Organizational Culture and Strategic HR. Hosted by @MikeVanDervort @RobinSchooling @DwaneLay and @TheOneCrystal. Running continuously since February 1, 2010. #DTHR

    Have a Quarantini with Robin and MIchael

    Have a Quarantini with Robin and MIchael

    Are you going stir crazy yet? Sheltering in place has changed everything, including the ability to meet friends for drinks.  DriveThruHR wants to help with that.  Grab the beverage of your choice and join Robin and Michael for a live conversation on DriveThruHR and a twitter backchannel at #DTHR. 

    We will talk about anything but COVID=19.  See you then!

    • 1h 1m
    Dealing with a Crisis with Courtney Harrison, CHRO of OneLogin

    Dealing with a Crisis with Courtney Harrison, CHRO of OneLogin

    This week, we are beginning to see the potential economic impacts of the coronavirus resulting from travel restrictions, event cancellations, and the need to prioritize employees’ health while still maintaining some semblance of “business as usual”.


    Join Robin and Michael as we talk with Courtney Harrison, CHRO of OneLogin on how organizations can prepare, drawing partly on her experience during the 9/11 terror attacks.

    On the show, we will talk about:
    Work flexibility: What technology, process, and policies should be implemented in order to build a mass movement to work from home.Employee communications: How HR and leadership should talk to their employees about the virus without playing into fears, as well as the potential mental health impact among employees. Other steps employers can take.HOw does an employer determine when to take action. 
    For background, Courtney was a leader at American Express during the 9/11 terror attacks in New York. The Amex headquarters was destroyed during the attack and her role including relocating an entire workforce (5,000 employees) and working with the Employee Assistance Experts to manage the trauma and emergency response

    • 31 min
    Going from Stuck to Unstuck w/ Craig Lemasters

    Going from Stuck to Unstuck w/ Craig Lemasters

    Join Robin and Michael as they talk to Craig Lemasters about how business people often get "stuck" in their daily work and how you can get unstuck. 


    On the show, we will discuss:

    What elements of the macro business landscape cause organizations to get stuck?
    How do you know if you’re stuck? What are some of the symptoms?
    What steps can folks take to get unstuck?
    What are some of the top challenges you see learning & development / HR facing and how does your model help? How is it different from the traditional approaches?
    Where can people learn more if they want to deploy the model themselves?

    • 30 min
    LEADING WITH GRATITUDE w/ Adrian Gostick

    LEADING WITH GRATITUDE w/ Adrian Gostick

    Join us Tuesday as Mike and Robin chat with leadership expert Adrian Gostick, the New York Times bestselling author of The Best Team Wins, The Carrot Principle, and All In (w. coauthor Chester Elton)

    In their new book LEADING WITH GRATITUDE: Eight Leadership Practices for Extraordinary Business Results (HarperBusiness, March 3, 2020), they explore why gratitude is today’s most effective way to boost employee engagement and team performance, and key gratitude practices that boost team performance, morale, and ROI, while reducing turnover.

    Based on a survey of more than 1 million employees at a wide range of companies (and decades of experience with leaders), the authors identify a “gratitude gap” where people feel unappreciated – and often under attack – at work. They found that leaders are often unclear on how hard their people work, challenges they face, and how much they would benefit from sincere and explicit gratitude.

    On the show, the authors can explain why gratitude is one of our most misunderstood business skills, and outline eight (8) ways leaders can gain clarity on how people contribute, including:

    ● Assume positive intent, which makes it much easier to learn from setbacks;

    ● Walk in their shoes to understand their daily frontline challenges with one-on-one time;

    ● Look for small wins and recognize incremental progress, not just major milestones;

    ● Tailor feedback to each staffer, because rewards that excite some can alienate others;

    ● Encourage a culture of peer-to-peer gratitude, not just recognition from above. 

     

    • 31 min
    HR Activism in the Roaring 20's

    HR Activism in the Roaring 20's

    100 years ago, in the 1920’s, there was a great time of economic prosperity; GNP growth in the US was strong and unemployment fell into the range of 2% - 5%. The stock market crash in 1929, and the resulting Great Depression, changed all that. Out of the Roaring 20’s came a lot of change.

    So what about the NEW “Roaring 20’s?” Workers are speaking out, albeit in very different ways than they did 100 years ago, when they’re dissatisfied with working conditions. And, interestingly enough, HR professionals are increasingly vocal in their public activism.

    Join us for a fascinating conversation with our guest Adam Rosenfield about HR as “change makers.”  

    • 31 min
    Some Thoughts on Work - From the Mind of @tedbauer2003

    Some Thoughts on Work - From the Mind of @tedbauer2003

    Ted Bauer describes himself as “the Pied #Piper Of No-Bullshit Work Viewpoints,” and he has opinions!

    A prolific writer, Ted muses aloud over at The Context of Things, drives conversations on Twitter, has a podcast called “The Blunder Years,” and posts regularly on LinkedIn and other channels – and he has a definite viewpoint about the world-of-work in which we toil! With a Master’s Degree in Organizational Leadership and a background in marketing (consulting, content, lead gen, etc.) he’s had quite a run in the “HR space” so he’s seen, well, LOTS of stuff.

    Join us for this lively and provocative episode!

    • 30 min

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