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The Evolution of Work and Culture Post-Pandemic
The biggest question on everyone’s mind as the economy and society at large re-open is: now what? How do we make the shift back to in-person work? What do our employees need from us? How do we support the transition and evolution of the economy post-pandemic effectively? In this episode, we chat with Liz Fealy, Deputy Leader of People Services at EY and Roselyn Feinsod People Advisory Services and Work Reimagined Leader at EY to learn the challenges and opportunities that organizations must address as the world of work evolves in unexpected ways.
To learn more about the research mentioned in this episode click here: https://www.ey.com/en_uk/workforce/how-employers-and-employees-are-envisioning-the-reimagined-workplace
What HR Must Know about Business Strategy Right Now
HCI believes that HR plays a critical role in the alignment of business strategy and talent strategy. Yet, too many HR professionals are not adequately prepared to assess and communicate about business strategy with their clients or executive leaders. In this podcast, Chuck Feltz, HCI's CEO, offers guidance for how HR practitioners can step up, take charge of their careers, and impact their organization's business strategy.
Individual Attention As a Path to Employee Engagement
Employee engagement happens one person at a time. To help employees move from being busy with tasks to being enthusiastically engaged in a dynamic world of work, Amy Leschke-Kahle dives into how you can help. Starting with a story of bringing your unique best to work, learn how to help employees be twice as engaged. In this finale session, you’ll also learn why harnessing the power of attention to prioritize work via check-ins will help them (and you!) see results.
Employee Engagement Lives On Teams, But Teams Need Support Too
Team members who believe they are receiving the support they need from their leaders are 20x more likely to be fully engaged. But how do you give team leaders what they need to support their teams? Amy Leschke-Kahle discusses how to find where the work is actually happening and why frequency is the new currency. Plus, hear how leaders are establishing meaningful connections, even while socially distanced.
What Practitioners Really Need To Know About Employee Engagement
Peeling Back The Layers on Engagement: A 3-Part Series:
If we all agree employee engagement matters, why do we find it so hard to measure and move? Join practitioner-turned-strategist Amy Leschke-Kahle each Monday morning for the next 3 weeks as she peels back the layers on how to get to engagement that lasts. Each 20-minute episode contains powerful insights and examples to help you identify ways to create visibility, connection, and extraordinary performance in the new world of work.
Part 1 - What Practitioners Really Need To Know About Employee Engagement
Which of your employees feel all-in and which are just showing up? What do you learn by knowing this? Amy Leschke-Kahle shares the experiences of real-world practitioners navigating the new normal that reveal what your organization wishes you knew about employee engagement and how to get there.
Coaching, AI, Automation and the Future of Work
Coaching is an essential part of any development strategy, but it doesn’t always serve the employee where, when, and how they need it. In this episode, we speak with Cloverleaf’s Chief Research Officer, Dr. Scott Dust and learn how AI and automation are making it possible to solve this problem.
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