16 episodes

A playbook for the modern employee experience

For the Love of Work Rogers

    • Business
    • 4.0 • 4 Ratings

A playbook for the modern employee experience

    Hybrid. Team. Work.

    Hybrid. Team. Work.

    When companies began designing hybrid workplaces, they came to an unexpected discovery... managers would now be responsible for two employee experiences — remote and in-office. Both at the same time. From one location to another.

    • 25 min
    The Power of Belonging

    The Power of Belonging

    Belonging means you feel seen for your unique contributions, connected to your coworkers, and supported in your daily life and career development. Offering a culture of belonging is an increasing priority for companies, and a lot of the responsibility for building it falls to new and middle managers.

    • 26 min
    The Art of Listening

    The Art of Listening

    Emotional intelligence is the ability to read emotions in yourself and those around you, then adjust your behaviour accordingly. This is the superpower of listening. But it isn’t something that happens automatically — listening at work takes intention and serious know-how.

    • 25 min
    The Employee Influence

    The Employee Influence

    Anyone can create meaningful change at work, even you. Yes, you! You don’t need positional authority to practice leadership. The secret is learning how to wield influence. Spot the difference between authority and power, and learn how to use your new skill set for good, regardless of your job title.

    • 24 min
    The Reinvention Mindset

    The Reinvention Mindset

    Time away from the office during the pandemic has given people a chance to cultivate new interests and consider new career goals. As they return to the office, the question is this: what do you want to pursue? Whether it’s vying for a promotion, or moving into a different department, or just leveling up your management style, now is a great time for a fresh start, or re-start.

    • 25 min
    Taking The Lead

    Taking The Lead

    Congratulations! Getting that first manager role is a huge accomplishment. But wait, do you know how to lead a team? The majority of first time managers don't receive enough training to succeed and lead their team. In this episode, we’ll show you how to overcome imposter syndrome, how to communicate effectively with your team, and how to lead with vulnerability. How often should you check in with your remote team? What do you do if someone doesn’t respect you in your new role? And, one of the scariest things about being a manager...how do you give constructive feedback?

    • 23 min

Customer Reviews

4.0 out of 5
4 Ratings

4 Ratings

Kappy1964 ,

Super smart podcast

Loved the storytelling. Sonia Kang helps you think about the world of work differently, especially the focus on resiliency.

BP USA ,

Where is the input from small businesses owners?

This has the potential to be a great podcast but without the perspective from small business owners it is unfortunately completely one-sided. Not all businesses in Canada are large corporations however operating a small business in Canada is under the same stringent rules as those corporations. The rules always work well for the employee but what is it doing to small business owners? Without them there are less places for an employee to go and work.

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