Inevitable: The Future of Work is a human resources podcast that investigates HR’s evolving impact on people, processes, and profitability.
Today’s leaders join hosts, Clarissa Peterson of HR Certification Institute and Jeff Lesher of SHIFT, for forward-thinking exploration into the rapidly shifting workplace. Through stories and research, surrounding tech, automation, people management and more; these expert insights prepare the field for what’s ahead.
Tune in to push the potential of your competitive edge!
069 Mistreatment, Misogyny, and Missed Opportunity - The Continuing Saga for Women at Work
Melanie Coburn is the Chief Relationship Officer (CRO) for CADRE, a unique networking community. In her role, she lives out her passion for connecting and helping others. Alongside her husband, Derek Coburn, they’ve have built CADRE from the ground up, now advocating full-time for well over 100 CEOs and business leaders.
CADRE has grown substantially during the pandemic year, expanding its reach nationally. Members benefit from events and activities, larger and smaller, from dedicated board-like advisory groups to interactive sessions with highly sought after thought leaders. Past sessions have featured Adam Grant, Gary Vaynerchuk, Seth Godin, and Daniel Pink.
Drawn together by a shared passion for helping others make valuable connections, CADRE members are focused on sharing resources and ideas. As CRO, Melanie serves as a liaison, strategically connecting complementary members and helping to ensure that initial meetings grow into mutually beneficial relationships.
Amy Bess represents employers in every aspect of employment litigation, counseling and training. She is the Managing Shareholder of Vedder Price PC’s Washington, DC office. She completed a full 3-year term as the Chair of the global employment law practice at the close of 2020.
Amy’s deeply committed to and passionate about helping guide employers to create compliant, productive workplaces that are focused on meeting and exceeding their business objectives, rather than being derailed by claims of harassment, discrimination or inequities.
Amy is an author and frequent speaker and trainer on a variety of employment topics, most notably the impact of COVID-19, the #MeToo movement, and anti-harassment laws on the workplace. Her insights are sought after to inform the better practices organizations can and should implement to prevent and resolve harassment concerns.
068 Ending the Global Loneliness Epidemic
Irad recognizes that traditional therapy methods don’t sufficiently accommodate the digital era life style. That is why he founded Scwab Foundationa and Circles. People expect immediate and accessible solutions for their challenges. They want small and precise answers to their pains. Therapy is a long and demanding process and doesn’t fit the average person's busy lifestyle which often includes parenting, caregiving, illness, kids with special needs, divorce and mental health issues.
066 Evolution of Advocacy in the Workplace
After 20 years of managing and consulting on campaigns for candidates, ballot measures and advocacy groups, Joe Fuld struck out on his own to build The Campaign Workshop with a team of people he’s collaborated with in the past and who know how to create, design and build campaigns. They recognize that each client is different, and they don’t build cookie-cutter campaigns.
065 Reframing Literacy to Drive Financial Wellness
Aaron Velky, Founder of Ortus Academy, uplifts others to a place of freedom, awe and artistry. Ortus Academy offers Financial Intelligence education to entrepreneurs, business owners, youth organizations and educators with Millennial and Gen Z members through online courses, virtual and in-person Financial Wellness workshops, speaking engagements, and coaching. They know that money matters, but they believe that Financial Intelligence matters more.
064 Caregiving: Today's Second Job for the Modern Worker
Larry is a dynamic, entrepreneurial strategist with 25 year track record of achievement in financial services and insurance company leadership. He shares the chnages and shifts workplaces are experiencing due to the effects of COVID-19. Leaders of organizations can take proactive measures to ensure they properly take care of their employees who are also serving as caregivers and inviest more into healthcare to help combat stress.
063 Monopolizing on New Business Ventures that Highlight Underserved Communities
Tlee Cooper is Founder and CEO of the novel e-commerce platform HeyZRO. HeyZRO provides sellers with a virtual representation of the physical store, creating an in-person shopping experience for buyers from the convenience of their home. Tlee and her team are working to save and revitalize communities by protecting merchants and brand identities from being erased by the very platforms they’re turning to for help.
Wonderful podcast that covers important topics in an engaging manner. The hosts have the experience and skill to bring out the best in the conversations with quality guests. Each podcast is a way to continue our eduction and growth. Keep up the great work.
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This podcast helps me stay up to date and I enjoy the engaging conversations and takeaways. I look forward to many more!
Market Value of HR Leadership
Catching up on my HR recertifications and listening to HR Leaders with Dave Ulrich was spot-on. Loved how he expressed how HR competencies matter & how we have to continue adding value. Also, the importance of being HR certified.
It’s important to continue building your skills—not because you have to but you need to in order to deliver the best business results for the stakeholders.
What’s the quality of leadership for your HR?