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Now, more than ever, the workplace needs to bend to the workforce, not the other way around. The concept of the Digital Workplace has become real and more than likely forever. How does the combination of the new model of work blend with the work we have been doing from an HR perspective?

Leapgen and Jason Averbook are hosting this interactive digital meetup to foster collaboration and insight. As physical events become harder to make reality, virtual events are now mandatory.

Listen, contribute, and share ideas for navigating the new world of work!

NOW of Work Leapgen

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Now, more than ever, the workplace needs to bend to the workforce, not the other way around. The concept of the Digital Workplace has become real and more than likely forever. How does the combination of the new model of work blend with the work we have been doing from an HR perspective?

Leapgen and Jason Averbook are hosting this interactive digital meetup to foster collaboration and insight. As physical events become harder to make reality, virtual events are now mandatory.

Listen, contribute, and share ideas for navigating the new world of work!

    Chelsea Abii, D&I Activist, Emory Law Student '21, Millennial Voice of Work and Jess Von Bank

    Chelsea Abii, D&I Activist, Emory Law Student '21, Millennial Voice of Work and Jess Von Bank

    Chelsea Abii is a budding law student at Emory University who champions allyship, diversity, social reform and the power of mentorship. She recently joined Leapgen on a Diversity & Inclusion webinar, and we were wowed by her presence, investments in paying it forward, and views on social values and the future of work. See what we mean by following her blog, and enjoy her incredible conversation with Jess Von Bank. Special introduction provided by another rising star destined for the future of work, Leapgen’s first digital student intern, Abigail Von Bank.


    For more information on Chelsea Abii Click Here

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    Music

    Joakim Karud - That Day | Ash O'Connor - Vibe

    • 36 мин.
    Marc Moschetto, Kickmotor and Jason Averbook

    Marc Moschetto, Kickmotor and Jason Averbook

    Marc Moschetto grew up in the shadow of Apollo, a nerd to the nth degree for science and space travel. A kick motor is an engine on a spacecraft used to fire a higher level of orbit. His agency, Kickmotor, helps companies get to their next level of funding, next level of growth, achieve a level of scalability, or simply find their evolving story and and decide how they're going to tell it. Since we’re talking to one of the best storytellers we know, Jason Averbook wants to know how organizations can parlay best practices from marketing to serve and support the new distributed workforce. How do we leverage things we’ve learned in digital marketing and engagement, like knowing whether your message is resonating even when you can’t sit around the table with your audience (workforce)? HR has always had a lot to learn from marketing communications, and Marc breaks it down. How are you going to tell your story? Know your market. Have the right content strategy. And educate people so they can do their own research and come to their own conclusions. Take a listen to one of our favorite podcast guests yet.

    For more information on Marc Moschetto & Kickmotor Click Here

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    Music

    Joakim Karud - That Day | Ash O'Connor - Vibe

    • 37 мин.
    Anne Fulton, Fuel50 and Jason Averbook

    Anne Fulton, Fuel50 and Jason Averbook

    Talent development is nuanced, with career “engagers,” motivators, individual values, and skill gaps of each employee determining potential career opportunities. So how can it be scaled for an entire workforce? You democratize it, says Anne Fulton, CEO and Co-founder of Fuel50. “We love what our science brings to the business,” putting information about potential fit for a particular job in the hands of employees, the very people who should own their own future. At a time when talent optimization and internal mobility are more critical than ever for business agility and even business continuity, bringing rigor and science to decisions about talent just makes good business sense. Anne Fulton might call it business science. Enjoy this fascinating conversation between Jason Averbook and Anne Fulton.

    For more information on Anne Fulton and Fuel50 Click Here

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    Music

    Joakim Karud - That Day | Ash O'Connor - Vibe

    • 43 мин.
    George McGehrin, The McGehrin Group and Jess Von Bank

    George McGehrin, The McGehrin Group and Jess Von Bank

    What do adaptability and resilience look like in business? How are you behaving or operating now that is a positive improvement over how you operated pre-Covid? George McGehrin tells a start-over story many entrepreneurs, business owners, anyone for that matter can relate to. When stars do not align in your favor and you’re forced to rebuild and make decisions all over again, how do you rebuild better and smarter than before? What new decisions do you make? It’s a story we can all learn from in an historic year that has handed us the opportunity to rebuild just about everything. Perhaps the Great American Dream is the Great American Start-Over Story. Take a listen to George McGehrin with Jess Von Bank.

    For more information on George McGehrin Click Here

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    Music

    Joakim Karud - That Day | Ash O'Connor - Vibe

    • 38 мин.
    Steve Boese, Trish McFarlane, H3 HR and Jason Averbook, Jess Von Bank | Part 2

    Steve Boese, Trish McFarlane, H3 HR and Jason Averbook, Jess Von Bank | Part 2

    Take a listen as Jason Averbook and Jess Von Bank continue their conversation with Trish McFarlane and Steve Boese of H3 HR and the HR Happy Hour. The conversation continues with personalization and prioritization when it comes to how, when and where we work. That’s just one long-awaited and surprise benefit of the pandemic driving everyone out of traditionally defined and structured workplaces and known, well-worn norms. But wait: just because we “went digital” during Covid, does that mean we just push things remote and online and say we’re digital now? NOPE. Remote doesn’t mean digital, tech doesn’t equal digital, online doesn’t imply digital. Digital requires a new EXPERIENCE, and that requires intentional design, a unique approach, and an elevated experience.


    And don’t miss RANT #2 in Episode 2 of 2 with Steve and Trish: We need to break education and learning if we’re going to truly transform work. Yes, we’re talking about K-12 and post-secondary education. Start teaching learners how to learn and skill themselves BEFORE they get to the workforce; form the right habits early in our learning lifecycle rather than waiting to break or form new habits once workers enter adulthood and the workforce. It’s Jason’s rant about poking the balloon to better prepare young people for work. Listen up!


    For more information on H3 HR Click Here

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    Music

    Joakim Karud - That Day | Ash O'Connor - Vibe

    • 31 мин.
    Steve Boese, Trish McFarlane, H3 HR and Jason Averbook, Jess Von Bank | Part 1

    Steve Boese, Trish McFarlane, H3 HR and Jason Averbook, Jess Von Bank | Part 1

    Trish McFarlane and Steve Boese do incredible work to support HR and the HR Technology space. That’s why Jason Averbook and Jess Von Bank hosted them on the Now of Work, and why they had a billion questions. “When do we get to stop talking about Covid?” “What do the unemployment claims, jobs reports, and reported dismissals need to show us before we can claim economic recovery?” “How does the talent pot get re-sorted and re-mixed when HALF of American small businesses won’t survive Covid and when entire industries and verticals are being shattered?” “How did the pandemic act like a GREAT CLEARING when it came to workplace redundancies?”


    Those were just a few questions bantered about, and then came RANT #1 in EPISODE 1 of 2 in this conversation with Steve and Trish. Concerns for employee health - not just physical but MENTAL health - became very real and highly exacerbated during the pandemic. These are not new problems; now they’re newly acknowledged. It’s time for employers to do more to support the whole person, and work tech plays an important role.

    For more information on H3 HR Click Here
    & for more information on HR Happy Hour Click Here

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    Music

    Joakim Karud - That Day | Ash O'Connor - Vibe

    • 30 мин.

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