118 Be a champion, not a mentor
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1w ago
Bailey Showalter is the VP Product | Ecosystem Partnerships & Solutions for Pearson where she advocates for and advances efforts to reimagine opportunity in the workplace - especially for women. Critical elements of her approach include a shift from a mentor to a champion mindset to ensure getting woment into the spotlight. Recognizing potential not just history is key - building on transferable skills - is part of the key to unlocking an under-tapped talent pool. Our straightforward discussion of overcoming significant bias in the workplace is sure to inform and inspire adjustments to you ..read more
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117 Belonging to something you can't see
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2w ago
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116 Building a business through giving people their first chance
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3w ago
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115 Today's workers need to be quipped with the tools for today's work
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by Jeff Lesher
1M ago
Scott Wharton is VP & GM at Logitech - the digital tools and worker connection giant - with a focus on video collaboration. His insights about what people need to succeed in TODAY's work environment are more than just timely, they're critical. This a must-hear wake-up call for all the employer "grandpas" providing a laptop and not much else as we round the corner towards being 25% done with the 21st century!   https://www.logitech.com/content/dam/logitech/en/video-collaboration/pdf/study-equipping-your-employees-for-hybrid-work.pdf ..read more
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114 You don't have a recruiting problem, you have a strategy problem
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by Jeff Lesher
1M ago
Carol Schultz is an executive search expert who believes the industry is broken. Her company, Vertical Elevation, is dedicated to helping employers better understand their needs and their cultures to truly find the right people. Whether in her book, "Powered by People," her podcasts, or her no-nonsense discovery sessions with people who think they have a recruiting problem, Carol always brings her clear and actionable point of view. Listen and learn ..read more
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113 Getting comfortable with the uncomfortable
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112 Borrow from great content creators to create meetings and events that people love
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by Jeff Lesher
2M ago
Who knew that the key to a great buainess meeting was mimicking Howard Stern? Answer: Sam Kolbert-Hyle, CEO of Brandlive, who - along with his trailblazing team - brings production constructs and techniques to best use the time available in modern, hybrid gatherings. Sam paints the picture of how to segment your agenda much like an episode of Ellen and lays out the case and approaches to creating pre-recorded content that ensures your effectiveness ..read more
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Learning from the Habit Mechanic just in time for the New Year!
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by Jeff Lesher
2M ago
Dr. Jon Finn has spent years researching and developing clear processes for helping each of us improve and transform our lives...by shifting from the ever-vexing state of knowing what we want to do and helping us make sure we do it. Part of the secret - don't be put off by the things that don't go as well as we hoped. Adapting failure into success is a multi-step and ongoing process that Jon walks us through. His commitment to creating tougher minds is inspiring and imminently practical ..read more
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Having a great culture anywhere and everywhere
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by Jeff Lesher
2M ago
Meaghan Wiliams is Manager, Hybrid Enablement & Operations for HubSpot. In her role, she helps to facilitate a great culture for all 6,400+ empoyees around the globe by making sure they can connect when, how, and for what suits and serves them. Meaghan advises that culture should be decoupled from location, and takes the listener through a number of very accessible ways in which to successfully do that anywhere. And, she makes it sound so darned fun ..read more
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108 Managing Crisis for Others: How employers can even better support their people after disaster strikes
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by Jeff Lesher
3M ago
Holly Welch Stubbing leads E4E Relief, helping organizations manage their efforts to lend aid to employees and family members strick by natural diaster, military conflict, illness, and more. The art and science of distributing millions of dollars in assistance at a moment's notice anywhere in the world is, in a word: astounding. The fact that it's being done by a relatively small band of deeply committed agents of hope and care is as surprising as it is inspiring ..read more
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