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, Amy Dufrane of HR Certification Institute and Joe Mechlinski of SHIFT, for a 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.
058 Leading Behavioral Change for Peak Performance
Jennifer Thorton, Founder and CEO of 304 Coaching, is an expert in helping leaders responsibly grow their organizations through applying her proven employee lifecycle development program to nurture your talent to its full potential.
057 How to Innovate and Evolve, Even in a Crisis
Afifa Siddiqui, CEO of Canadian Payroll Services, shares her positive, insightful take on how the pandemic environment has helped many leaders gain a new perspective, granting them the power to be more receptive to change. Through her financially-oriented business lens, she has seen firsthand how businesses reallocated funds and shifted their business model - including the use of technology - to acquire or assert market leadership. The crucible of COVID is producing the companies of tomorrow right now.
056 2021 Planning: Data and Insights to Elevate Leadership
SHIFT leaders Joe Mechlinski (CEO) and Chris Steer (Managing Partner) join us for this BONUS episode to share how they help leaders use data-informed insights and SHIFT’s Annual RESET Playbook to encourage a deeper understanding, improved planning, and effective initiatives to elevate their organization as a whole.
055 Culture Renovation: 18 Leadership Actions to Build an Unshakeable Company
Kevin Oakes, CEO of I4CP and author of the soon-to-be released book, Culture Renovation: 18 Leadership Actions to Build an Unshakeable Company, outlines how we can plan, build, and maintain cultures that enable positive and lasting change. He explains the crucial nature of leaders investing in, evolving, and reinforcing culture as a driver of market performance—not a consequence of it.
054 Leading with Kindness
Tamika Tremaglio, Deloitte’s Greater Washington Managing Principal, is as skilled a professional as you’ll ever meet; but her greatest strengths might just be her practices of authenticity, kindness, and gratitude. Tamika shares how people are gravitating towards organizations that lift them up, make them feel valued, and provide them with opportunities to extend their grace to others—for the benefit of all concerned.
053 Sustainable Healthcare in the Workplace
Jay Greenstein, CEO and Founder of Kaizo Health and industry leader in functional medicine, shares how telehealth is transforming the way businesses view the future of medicine for their employees. This modern-day approach grants employees the flexibility, freedom, and resources they need to access their healthcare where and when they need it most.
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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.
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Amy and Joe bring a fresh and real life perspective on current business and HR challenges. Not only are these interviews enjoyable to listen to they are incredibly informative and you earn HRCI credits, win-win! I have listened to all of their interviews and look forward to the new ones they release. Thank you Joe and Amy for making my commute enjoyable and educational.