We explore a variety of workplace issues to help organizations and individuals succeed. It's like having an HR person in your back pocket.
Episode 51: COVID-19 Special Edition- |Working from home| Virtual Engagement | Work/Life Integration
Join us for a Special Edition of the podcast, centered around the COVID-19 crisis. In this candid conversational episode we explore the "new normal" that many of us have been coping with given social distancing and remote working recommendations. I share some tips on creating your "zen" space at home with your new found co-workers (e.g. kids, partners, extended family) and also some tips on boosting collaboration from a distance with your teams. As always, we are here for your questions. Send them in to firstname.lastname@example.org!
Find our episode archives and other resources at workplacelab.org and be sure to follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Finally, don't forget to rate and review this podcast- you could be chosen for a free 1:1 advice consultation with our host, Ariana Robinson Danquah.
Intro by Scott Holmes and Outtro music by BlueDot Sessions
Episode 50 Benefits Q&A w/ Tony Marshall: Which insurance is right for me? | Prepping for the unexpected |Can I be penalized for using FMLA?
Join us this episode for a candid talk about healthcare benefits. For anyone who is confused about the difference between maximum out of pocket, co-insurance, and deductibles- this episode is for you. We are joined by Tony Marshall of Maverick Services who is a veritable expert on the must knows about your health insurance.
Find more about Tony and Maverick Services as mavadvantage.com
Episode 49 Q&A w/ Karen Weeks: Be the change | Development, Reskilling, Future of Work and Career Pivots
Welcome back Workplace Labbers! We hope you've had a wonderful start to your 2020. Its been busy and as some have expressed an emotionally draining year already! Listen in for some great advice from a brand new co-cost Karen Weeks! Yay. Our theme this episode is about not letting change just happen to you... but how to be a part of the change.
We talk about prepping for feedback conversations around the future of your career, understanding reskilling and the future of work and taking advantage of online courses, and we also discuss how to know if you are ready for a work pivot.
The resources we mentioned are edx.org, mooc.org, and Open educational resources. Happy learning. :)
You can find Karen on Linkedin under Karen D Weeks and at her blog weeks247.com
As always be sure to rate, review and subscribe. You can also find us on Facebook and Twitter.
Episode 48 w/ Hilary Grosskopf: systems thinking | managing up | work/life integration | mind-mapping
I am joined this episode by Hilary Jane Grosskopf, who is a leadership strategist, writer, and yoga teacher. She founded her business Awake Leadership solutions to equip leaders and aspiring leaders with a "systems" approach to team and productivity challenges. In this episode we have a wide ranging discussion about a number of topics, including how to use systems thinking in your everyday life, managing up, work/life integration, and mind-mapping to realize greater potential in your work and life.
You can learn more about Hilary and find her resource page at awakeleadershipsolutions.com
Find our episode archives and other resources at workplacelab.org and be sure to follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Finally, don't forget to rate and review this podcast- you could be chosen for a free 1:1 advice consultation with our host, Ariana Robinson Danquah
Episode 47 Q&A w/ Tim Dahlby - Rule of thumb for # of interviews? | The "Sensitive" generation | The HR "Mafia"
We are back with our first Q&A episode of the season, and I had to bring back my friend and guest co-host Tim Dahlby for the fun. IN this episode we explore 3 questions- 1) does HR have a rule of thumb for how many people they will interview for a job? 2) Should a co-opt intern succumb to the stereotypes of being a part of the most "sensitive" generation by raising an HR complaint? and 3) Do HR people have a secret, covert blacklist of employees that they share?
Needless to say, we get a little cheeky. Have a listen and don't forget to subscribe, rate and review!
Episode 46 w/ Andie Kramer and Al Harris Pt 2: Gender in the workplace | Bias | Privilege | Diversity and Inclusion
Welcome back to part 2 of this 2 part episode! We continue our interview with Andie Kramer and Al Harris, husband and wife attorneys and researchers in the area of gender bias. In this final segment, we discuss more on body language, sponsorship, and the intersectionality of being a double minority.
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