For 30 years, Talent Plus ® has been the expert in “The Science of Talent” to transform the way organizations work. Join us as we talk about industrial-organizational psychology and how people are the key to the modern workplace.
Podcast recorded live, January 3, 2020, Lincoln, Nebraska
Season 2 premiere episode!
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Achieving Wellness In the Workplace
Wellness has been a hot topic in the human capital industry. Companies are continuously refining their efforts of creating wellness programs for their employees, and companies who don’t have a program already established, are quickly jumping on the bandwagon.
Wellness looks different for every individual, as well as every organization, but one thing that holds true is creating wellness initiatives pays off for both the employee and the company.
I have Mitch Scheuler with me today. Mitch is a Business Consultant at Talent Plus and works to grow client partnerships. He also co-leads the wellbeing team at Talent Plus, which encourages wellness awareness among colleagues with resources and activities. Today we’ll talk about wellness, fitness and how that impacts the workplace
Creating an HR Strategy for Small Businesses, with Jason Chambers and Todd Hauser
Your people are your greatest asset. We often discuss HR departments in the context of large companies, which create a human capital strategy that pushes their business forward by leveraging their people. For small businesses, a human capital strategy is equally as important, even if it may not be top of mind very often.
Jason Chambers and Todd Hauser, senior business consultant and senior technology solutions consultant here at Talent Plus, discuss how small businesses can and should create a strategy around selecting and developing their people with host Tiffany Pires.
What are some of the trends you are seeing in small business, or what are some of the struggles you’re seeing small businesses face when it comes to managing people?
What are some ways that small business can start creating a human capital strategy, if they don’t have one already, or transform their current human capital strategy?
Shifting the Paradigm: Strengths-based Management with Mark Epp
Mark Epp has spent the last 15 years at Talent Plus providing coaching and management strategies to leaders in several industries and large organizations. A true subject-matter expert in strengths-based management, he explores how focusing and developing strengths in employees can yield far better results in all key metrics than the traditional management strategies focusing on developing weaknesses.
Combating Discrimination in Leadership, with Dr. Scott Whiteford
In previous episodes, we’ve talked about the importance of creating a diverse and inclusive workforce. It has been proven to create a competitive advantage by increasing organizations’ financial performance, innovation and workplace culture.
This episode, we’ll talk about diversity — specifically in leadership positions — and how C-suites are not often representative of their respective populations.
Dr. Scott Whiteford is a Leadership Consultant and Engagement Lead at Talent Plus ®. He leads clients, across multiple industries, in strategy and engagement.
Into the Future: AI in HR with Dr. Brett Wells
Recent innovations could also improve HR decisions, especially for recruiting and hiring. With the all the buzz surrounding AI, companies must first understand what it is, how they can use it, and the benefits and drawbacks of using AI to make decisions.
Dr. Brett Wells is the Chief Research and Consulting Officer at Talent Plus who oversees a team of research analysts collaborating with over 400 world-class quality-growth clients. Making sense of rich and complicated data, he works with clients to plan, develop and execute strategy, laying the foundation for success through trusted partnerships and analytics.