41 episodes

In a world where workplaces are toxic for people, and humanity has been squeezed out by outdated rules, how do leaders who care create unbreakable workplace cultures brimming with belonging, transparency, joy, flexibility, purpose, care and results? The path lies in unbreakable connections and real partnerships that debunk and demolish old habits. This podcast, Let's Make Work Human, has the answers. Together, we tackle toxic work culture, leaders who are bad for people, parenting, all the -isms, and so much more with an irreverent and honest look at what it takes to make every workplace fit for the humans who work there. We are on a mission to restore humanity to work, for all of our sakes, and for all future generations. To receive weekly gold in your inbox, sign up for the newsletter: https://newsletter.leadwithmoe.com/ For more details and to join the conversation: https://moecarrick.com/leadership-coaching-podcast-make-work-human/ To learn how to be a leader who is good for people and gets kick ass results, check out the Leading People Program™: https://moecarrick.com/the-leading-people-program/ To get free stuff or take the course to Love Your Job: https://moecarrick.com/love-your-job/ For our free 35 day Anti-Racism Plan for White People: https://moecarrick.com/35-day-anti-racism-challenge/ To connect with Moe email moe@moecarrick.com To connect with Mei email mei@moecarrick.com Podcast produced, edited and distributed by Jordan Carr

Let's Make Work Human Moe Carrick & Mei Ratz

    • Business
    • 4.9 • 31 Ratings

In a world where workplaces are toxic for people, and humanity has been squeezed out by outdated rules, how do leaders who care create unbreakable workplace cultures brimming with belonging, transparency, joy, flexibility, purpose, care and results? The path lies in unbreakable connections and real partnerships that debunk and demolish old habits. This podcast, Let's Make Work Human, has the answers. Together, we tackle toxic work culture, leaders who are bad for people, parenting, all the -isms, and so much more with an irreverent and honest look at what it takes to make every workplace fit for the humans who work there. We are on a mission to restore humanity to work, for all of our sakes, and for all future generations. To receive weekly gold in your inbox, sign up for the newsletter: https://newsletter.leadwithmoe.com/ For more details and to join the conversation: https://moecarrick.com/leadership-coaching-podcast-make-work-human/ To learn how to be a leader who is good for people and gets kick ass results, check out the Leading People Program™: https://moecarrick.com/the-leading-people-program/ To get free stuff or take the course to Love Your Job: https://moecarrick.com/love-your-job/ For our free 35 day Anti-Racism Plan for White People: https://moecarrick.com/35-day-anti-racism-challenge/ To connect with Moe email moe@moecarrick.com To connect with Mei email mei@moecarrick.com Podcast produced, edited and distributed by Jordan Carr

    Leadership and Learning on the Line with David Lancefield

    Leadership and Learning on the Line with David Lancefield

    In this episode David Lancefield and Moe discusses the importance of leadership traits such as asking good questions, focusing on customers, and anchoring around value. He believes that leadership is more learned than innate and that anyone can rise into effective people leadership if they're willing to dynamically learn. He also emphasizes the power of connection and communication in leadership and encourages engagement and challenging constructively.David Lancefield is a C-Suite catalyst, strategist, and coach. He's worked with more than 40 CEOs and hundreds of executives on strategy, transformation, leadership, and culture, working in more than 20 countries. He is a guest lecturer at the London Business School and writes for the Harvard Business Review; he is also contributing editor at Strategy+Business. He hosts a podcast for strategic leaders called 'Lancefield on the Line'.Links:To receive weekly gold in your inbox, sign up for the Show Up newsletter here https://newsletter.leadwithmoe.com/To get yourself or your people leaders critical skills for the future, learn more and apply to the Leading People Program™ here: https://leadingpeopleprogram.com/ or learn about our culture products check out www.moementum.comTo connect with Moe or Mei email info@moecarrick.comTo connect with Moe on Linked In https://www.linkedin.com/in/moecarrickTo find and support david: https://davidlancefield.com/ and https://www.linkedin.com/in/davidclancefield/and https://twitter.com/DlancefieldLancefield on the Line podcast: https://davidlancefield.com/lancefield-on-the-line/Strategic Leader newsletter: https://davidlancefield.com/newsletter/

    • 1 hr 1 min
    The Season 2 Finale!

    The Season 2 Finale!

    In this podcast episode, we reflect on some of the tough conversations we had with guests throughout Season 2, including discussions on racism, emergency preparedness, and the future of HR. We discuss the challenges of leadership and the importance of finding support, especially in the context of remote work. We talk about some of our main takeaways from season two and discuss some hard questions about where to start and where we all agree about work. Let’s face it, work is work after all, but we remain convinced that making it work for humans matters for all of us.Today on Let’s Make Work HumanWhere to start with culture changeThoughts on hiring and trusting outside help (not easy but so important)Is leadership the most lonely job?What discussions from this whole season were at times hard to swallow but important?What do all levels of work have in common, from the front-line to the C-Suite.And so much more!

    • 35 min
    Re-Imagining Healthcare and Wellness with Dr. Kanika Sims

    Re-Imagining Healthcare and Wellness with Dr. Kanika Sims

    Moe and Mei and Dr. Kanika Sims discusses prioritizing self-care, including exercise, sleep, and saying no to overworking in the healthcare industry. Dr Sims emphasizes the need for medical providers to set boundaries and prioritize themselves in order to provide better care for their patients. She also shares guidance and ideas about how to begin to take care and what really should be at the top of the priority list when it comes to self care. Dr. Sims also shares about her book, "Diversity is not a Dirty Word," which focuses on creating non-toxic, inclusive workplaces to improve healthcare outcomes.Dr. Kanica Sims, a physician and founder of Invest Inclusion, aims to address healthcare disparities for Black people in the USA through re-imagining healthcare and wellness. With over 18 years of medical practice, she is also an assistant professor of Medicine at Morehouse School of Medicine, a public health expert, speaker, best-selling author, wife, and mother.Today on Let’s Make Work Human
    Self care. For real.
    The state of working in health care today.
    Dr. Sims’ career journey.
    An example of anxiety and being able to move forward anyway
    Why medical providers need to take care of themselves to care for us
    Health as a birthright for all
    LinksTo receive weekly gold in your inbox, sign up for the Show Up newsletter here https://newsletter.leadwithmoe.com/To get yourself or your people leaders critical skills for the future, learn more and apply to the Leading People Program™ here: https://leadingpeopleprogram.com/ or learn about our culture products check out www.moementum.comTo connect with Moe or Mei email info@moecarrick.comTo connect with Moe on Linked In https://www.linkedin.com/in/moecarrickTo connect with Kanika:Linked In - https://www.linkedin.com/in/drkanikamd/Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/drkanikamd/Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/DrKanikaMDTwitter - https://twitter.com/DrKanikaMD_Buy her book: https://diversityisnotadirtyword.com/

    • 56 min
    Won't Work for Jerks with Scott Allan

    Won't Work for Jerks with Scott Allan

    In this episode Scott Allan, former CEO of Hydroflask and Interim CEO of PuffinDrinkware. discusses his retirement plans and how they went a little off the rails. We talk about the risks he took and the twists and turns of his career. Scott talks about the importance of building a company culture from the inside out and the challenges of leading across differences. We talk about his excitement for the future of work, particularly the drive for justice and fairness. He uncovers what it is REALLY like in startup world right now. and we hear about his latest venture, Puffin Drinkwear. We loved working with Scott at Hydroflask and with Puffin, and this episode shows why!Today on Let’s Make Work HumanCompany culture is important and how you build it is VERY importantRetirement?Choosing the hardest thing for the sake of the unknown outcomeWhat Scott sees as the landscape of startups right nowLeadership: what does that even mean?Not working for JerksLinksTo receive weekly gold in your inbox, sign up for the Show Up newsletter here https://newsletter.leadwithmoe.com/To get yourself or your people leaders critical skills for the future, learn more and apply to the Leading People Program™ here: https://leadingpeopleprogram.com/ or learn about our culture products check out www.moementum.comTo connect with Moe or Mei email info@moecarrick.comTo connect with Moe on Linked In https://www.linkedin.com/in/moecarrickTo connect with Scott on Linked in: https://www.linkedin.com/in/scottallan/Puffin Drinkwear: https://puffindrinkwear.com/

    • 1 hr
    A Healthy Future for HR with Brandon Laws

    A Healthy Future for HR with Brandon Laws

    This is a conversation about something we all wonder about: the ever changing and complicated role of HR at work. The conversation discusses the challenges faced by HR departments right now, including compliance, administration, and the need to balance day-to-day tasks with long-term strategy. The importance of building a healthy culture from the beginning and listening to employees is something we talk about in depth. We also examine the need for HR to be an enabler rather than a centralized admin unit and we touch on the role of organizational development in creating healthy cultures and the need for leaders to take responsibility for people and culture. Let’s dig in!Today on Let’s Make Work HumanThe role of HR in the past and todayAi! oh my!What HR leaders can do to prep for the futureWhat HR leaders can do to improve the hard things nowIdeas for how to be most courageous in HR right nowMoe has a new proposal for how HR should actually be positioned in companies. Pass it on!The twists and turns of big changes that lead to careersLinksTo receive weekly gold in your inbox, sign up for the Show Up newsletter here https://newsletter.leadwithmoe.com/To get yourself or your people leaders critical skills for the future, learn more and apply to the Leading People Program™ here: https://leadingpeopleprogram.com/To connect with Moe or Mei email info@moecarrick.com or go to www.moementum.com to learn more.To connect with Moe on Linked In https://www.linkedin.com/in/moecarrickBrandon’s LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lawsbrandon/Brandon’s Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lawsbrandon/Brandon’s Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/transform-your-workplace/id533673516

    • 58 min
    Dare to Disrupt with Zenica Chatman

    Dare to Disrupt with Zenica Chatman

    In this episode, Executive Coach Zenica Chatman talks about her experience with workplace trauma related to race and how it led her to create a program called Dare to Disrupt in support of real healing. We discuss the importance of accomplices, rather than just allies, in creating a healthy workplace culture and explore the role everyone plays at both preventing workplace trauma and helping heal from it. We actively examine how every people leader can listen to people of color on their teams and to create a culture that is inclusive and supportive.In this episode we talk about:
    Bullying at workHow to be an accomplice to colleagues of historically marginalized groupsWhat we can learn from our own enculturationCommon mistakes and missteps insiders make at workHow to care and make room for ourselves!Links:To receive weekly gold in your inbox, sign up for the Show Up newsletter here https://newsletter.leadwithmoe.com/To get yourself or your people leaders critical skills for the future, learn more and apply to the Leading People Program™ here: https://leadingpeopleprogram.com/To connect with Moe or Mei email info@moecarrick.com or go to www.moementum.com to learn more.To connect with Moe on Linked In https://www.linkedin.com/in/moecarrickTo support and follow Zenica:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/zenica.chatmanLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/zenica-chatman-86b50110/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/z_chatman/

    • 54 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
31 Ratings

31 Ratings

Steph García Hernández ,

Brilliant!

I love listening to Mei and Moe, they have a natural way of talking to one another about whatever the topic is! I’ve learned so much from Moe’s perspective as an employer and have gained confidence as an employee. I share this podcast with all my friends and colleagues. I would love to hear an episode about decoding job descriptions!

Listen to their podcast if you want some real talk!

thewoodcalf ,

Joyful Teaching

I'm retired, but "joy at work is where the challenge of the work and where your skill level MEET," really resonated. It was so true for me as an elementary classroom teacher. When you are able to take all of the required standards and successfully integrate the subjects, it's a blast. The challenge is joyful and the enthusiasm the kids show is joyful to watch. It's real life, not canned.

Akeshow ,

Normalizing balance

Listening to this podcast reinforces the “family first” mindsets and helps me challenge the status quo. Worth listening!

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