Revolution happens when you least expect it, and business is no exception! Join our host Shael Risman as he chats candidly with entrepreneurial rule-breakers from around the globe and here at home. Hang on tight as they discuss culture and engagement, breaking the traditional business BS, and overturning the desks and chairs to find the essence of why an idea succeeds!
The Radical Workplace Episode 9 with Jack Elias from Empower
A candid discussion about the impact of social media marketing on small businesses and how they can deploy enterprise-level marketing expertise well within budget.
The Radical Workplace Episode 8 with Jordan Rodney from Max People HR
A candid discussion about the HR consulting world. Jordan Rodney, President of MaxPeople and Founder of Rodney Employment Law explores entrepreneurship, running a business with a spouse, revolutionizing the HR industry and COVID-19 FAQs for returning to the office.
The Radical Workplace Episode 7 with Alison Grenier from Best Place To Work
A candid discussion about the Best Places to Work in Canada certification process. Alison Grenier, Head of Culture and Research discusses the justification for getting certified, their unparalleled data library that uncovers leading workplace trends, and actionable feedback to drive any company’s culture forward.
The Radical Workplace Episode 6 with Isabela Rittinger from Bleed The North
A candid discussion about being a young entrepreneur and leading a non-profit organization in Ontario during the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. Isabela Rittinger deep dives into what it’s like working towards changing the stigma around menstruation, period poverty, and period equity.
The Radical Workplace Episode 5 with “Best Places to Work” Canada companies Bryson Insurance, Inertia Engineering & ACTO.
A candid discussion about the Best Places to Work in Canada awards with our winning clients, Inertia Engineering, Bryson Insurance, and ACTO. This panel discussion explores topics such as what creating a happy work environment looks like, investing in your employees, being transparent and vulnerable, and gauging employee feedback with Kumar Erramilli, Kyle Paterson & Ray Minato.
The Radical Workplace Episode 4 Dr. Donna Ferguson from CAMH
A discussion about mental health, suicide, workplace mental health, and how parents can talk to their children openly about suicide and mental health without stigma. Dr. Ferguson encourages an open conversation to normalize mental health advocacy around anxiety, depression, and suicide.