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An Inside Look at How Unilever Builds an Award-Winning Employee Experience
Employee experience has become a primary objective for organizations as they look to retain pandemic-fatigued employees and recruit in-demand talent. But it's easy to get EX wrong, and end up with efforts fragmented across functions and multiple competing departmental initiatives. The end result is frustrated employees. Unilever's Tom Dewaele shares what others can learn from how the London-based consumer goods maker creates a unified employee experience for 150,000 workers across 190 countries.
How to Design a Hybrid Workplace That Actually Works
Hybrid work is the order of the day for many companies as they ponder the future. But what does that actually mean and how do you design it to work for employees and the organization? Jim Kalbach of MURAL says the current moment is an inflection point for designing places where people actually want to work. "I don't think it's a change in work that we've experienced during the pandemic," he said. "It's a change in lifestyle." Jim outlines what it all means for how leaders design a hybrid workplace.
The Great Workplace Experiment of 2020 – 2021
The past year-plus has been one giant, often unwanted and unanticipated, experiment at work. New ways of thinking and working are a reality from the frontline to the C-suite. It's also obvious that it's still a work in progress. In the kickoff to Season 2, Siobhan Fagan and Mike Prokopeak take a look back at what's happened. The past year has seen dizzying advancements as well as consistent reminders that it's the management basics that have the most dramatic effect.
Why Collaboration at Your Company Is Complicated
From established tools like Slack, to enterprise giants like Microsoft Teams and Google Workspace, and emerging whiteboard tools like Mural, we have more ways to collaborate at work than we've ever had before. But that doesn't mean it's all sorted out. Angela Ashenden, principal analyst in the workplace transformation practice at CCS Insight, shares why tech is important but it's the human element that is the most tricky in the new world of enterprise collaboration.
Why Your Business Strategy Should Be a Learning Strategy
In February 2020, Delta Air Lines was celebrating a record year for travel and looking forward to a banner 2020. Thirty days later, nearly all of that business was gone. Learning executive Brandon Carson, author of "L&D's Playbook in the Digital Age," talks about the experience of living through that moment and how it's opened up a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to redefine how we work and learn. It's that learning and development focus that has him feeling more hopeful, not less so, about the future.
How to Take Your Diversity Strategy From Intention to Impact
Corporate social responsibility gets thrown around a lot in business. Organizations regularly tout steps they take to make the world a better place, and how they're endeavoring to create a more diverse and inclusive workplace. The reality is rarely that clear cut. In this episode, diversity and inclusion strategist Malia Lazu breaks down how companies can cut through the performance act and make a real difference.
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