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The movement for employee engagement. Committed to the idea that there is a better way to work, a better way to enable personal and organisational growth.

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The movement for employee engagement. Committed to the idea that there is a better way to work, a better way to enable personal and organisational growth.

    Radio Show #378: How to Put a Sound, Progressive Wellbeing Strategy into Place

    Radio Show #378: How to Put a Sound, Progressive Wellbeing Strategy into Place

    Special Guest: Jane Sunley: Business Author, founder of Purple Cubed and co-founder of Korero.


    Following on from Covid-19, there’s been a spike in the wellbeing crisis in the UK. For employers this could be disastrous. Aside from underperformance as a result of work-related ill health, productivity, engagement, collaboration, motivation and creativity will all suffer. People today are concerned about working with employers with aspirational purposes, that will enable their progression and that genuinely care about their people and their wellbeing. Healthy, happy people are more engaged, resilient, creative, productive, collaborative, and motivated, yet according to Mind UK, 54% of employers say they’d like to do more to help, though don’t have the right tools in place. In this conversation, we’ll explore some of the options for putting a sound, progressive wellbeing strategy in place, as well as looking at some of the practical things managers can do to support the wellbeing of their people.


    Jane is a best-selling business author and founder employee engagement businesses, Purple Cubed and Korero. She is an authority on creating great places to work and a pragmatic people expert and career guru. A frequent media commentator, she’s a visiting fellow at two UK Universities and features on more than one ‘100 most influential’ listings. She’s also been named as a Woman of the Year and Shine Ambassador of the Year.


    Join us as we discuss the practical things managers can do to support the wellbeing of their people.


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    Host: Jo Dodds

    • 32 min
    Radio Show #377: How to Have Meaningful, Drama-Free Dialogue as a Leader

    Radio Show #377: How to Have Meaningful, Drama-Free Dialogue as a Leader

    Special Guest: Beth Wonson: Founder of Navigating Challenging Dialogue

    Beth founded Navigating Challenging Dialogue in 2015 out of frustration for the ways in which traditional leadership skills fail the mission and goals of organizations. Beth realized one of the most critical needs was an awareness of the importance of emotional self-management.

    By exploring how our brains work, Beth recognized how emotions and thinking errors impact our ability to create positive work environments. By applying what she learned into her practice with clients, she developed the process of Navigating Challenging Dialogue.

    The four-stage NCD Process is for managing yourself and your ability to communicate effectively with curiosity and clarity. The NCD Process is unique in that it is successful in any place where human interaction is critical.

    The mission of Beth Wonson & Company is to bring Navigating Challenging Dialogue to everyone who wants to have meaningful, drama-free dialogue. We provide leadership coaching, consulting, and training rooted in the NCD Process so our clients are able to stop wasting valuable resources through miscommunication, unhealthy conflict, and unnecessary drama.

    Join us as we discuss the Navigating Challenging Dialogue process, successful in any place where human interaction is critical.

    “Mastering Feedback: Everything You’ve Never Been Told About How to Give Feedback”. Beth's book is based on the NCD process and teaches the 4-step process Beth discusses in the show. Find out more here https://navigatingchallengingdialogue.com/mastering 

    Host: Jo Moffatt

    • 31 min
    Radio Show #376: Special Christmas Show for 2020

    Radio Show #376: Special Christmas Show for 2020

    Join us as we share some Christmas and New Year messages and highlights from previous festive season shows.

    We asked the following questions:

    1. If you were to broadcast a Christmas message about employee engagement who would it be to and what would you say to them?

    2. What is your New Year’s resolution for employee engagement?

    Join us to hear the answers!

    Hosts: Jo Moffatt and Jo Dodds

    • 31 min
    Radio Show 375: Building Positive Workplace Cultures

    Radio Show 375: Building Positive Workplace Cultures

    Special Guest: Catherine Mattice: Founder of Civility Partners

    Employee engagement, inclusion, and happiness – these are all traits many organizations seek when crafting their organizational culture. However, these topics are often addressed through separate initiatives on their own timelines, perhaps even run by various leaders in the organization. It’s important to consider, however, that these realities don’t exist in a vacuum. Join Catherine Mattice, a U.S. based HR consultant focused on building positive workplace cultures, as she discusses the hidden epidemic of workplace bullying, how it impacts your workforce, and what to do about it.

    Catherine Mattice Zundel, SHRM-SCP, SPHR is the founder/CEO of Civility Partners, a HR consulting firm focused specifically on helping organizations create respectful and positive workplace cultures. Her clients range from Fortune 500’s to government, to non-profit, to small business in a wide range of industries. Catherine is an HR thought-leader and has appeared in such venues as USA Today, Entrepreneur, Bloomberg, CNN, NPR, and many other national news outlets as an expert. 

    Join us as we discuss the hidden epidemic of workplace bullying, how it impacts your workforce, and what to do about it.

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    Host: Jo Moffatt

    • 31 min
    Radio Show 374: Engaging your Internal Audience with Visual Communication

    Radio Show 374: Engaging your Internal Audience with Visual Communication

    Special Guest: Theo and Julie Fels: The Owners of Feisty Brown

    Your internal audience is just as important as your external audience. Internal communications should go further than simple emails and memos with densely packed copy or flat blog posts and meeting reminders. Whether you need to get your team to understand complicated information quickly, you’re presenting strategy alignment to leaders, or, as a leader, you need to impart sensitive compliance issues, well thought-out visual communication can amplify your message. Every communication is an opportunity to inspire.

    Julie and Theo Fels are the owner’s of Feisty Brown, a graphic design and communications studio. With more than 30 years of experience, Theo and Julie have worked with organizations like American Express, Capital One, Johnson & Johnson, the International Monetary Fund, the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, and Samsung.

    Julie is Feisty Brown’s content director and manages the business side of the studio. Before getting into project management for graphic design studios, she was the director of a public library where she learned the importance of building community through organizational narrative

    Theo is Feisty Brown’s creative director was born in Los Angeles to a family caught up in the LA art scene of the 70s and 80s. Influenced by that era’s vibrant combination of fine arts and graphic design, Theo’s approach to design is inspired and conscious, superseding the mechanical. He now

    designs media and websites for prominent news, corporate, and media/entertainment clients.

    Join us as we discuss communication, and its opportunity to inspire.

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    Host: Jo Dodds

    • 30 min
    Radio Show 373: The Importance of Agility, Transparency and Being Human

    Radio Show 373: The Importance of Agility, Transparency and Being Human

    Special Guest: Simon Grosse: CEO and Co-Founder of Foundation SP

    Simon Grosse is the CEO and co-founder of Foundation SP (FSP), a leading digital solutions consultancy, based in the UK and Spain. Simon is a business leader who is passionate about people engagement, experience and high performance. He has led FSP to be ranked #1 on three separate occasions by Great Place to Work (UK).

    Simon’s podcast will discuss how FSP’s culture has evolved over time and share his business experiences and strategy throughout the COVID pandemic. The importance of agility, transparency and being human.

    Join us as we discuss business experiences and strategy throughout the COVID pandemic

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    Host: Jo Moffatt

    • 31 min

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