In this episode, leadership expert Sara Canaday shares her insights on identifying and developing leaders. She offers advice on selecting high potentials and setting them up for development success, as well as advice for leaders who are transitioning from doing work to doing work through others.
Dr. Tracey Wilen returns to HR Studio Podcast to help us understand how technology is disrupting our lives and our jobs. She discusses three big work changes ahead, their impact on HR, and how HR should be responding.
Dr. David Drake explains what narrative coaching is, how he got started using this approach and why it works. He describes a powerful example of narrative coaching in action. He offers key HR takeaways from his research; experiences and work, and he shares a complimentary copy of his Guide to Technical Storytelling that HR Studio Podcast listeners won’t want to miss.
Dan Croitor is a young entrepreneur in digital HR who has recruited and led hundreds of IT developers. He joins us to talk about his personal career journey and to share insights on how digital creates the opportunity for tracking, supporting measurement and analytics in HR. We’ll learn about the application of the “Employee Lifetime Value” and Dan’s latest research led to the development of HR content that people want to consume.
Aman Brar, Co-founder, CEO and Board Member of Canvas, the world’s first text-based interviewing platform and Kelly Lavin, Canvas’ Chief Talent Officer, talk about launching their start-up. They discuss the Canvas culture, the talent acquisition platform itself and how it’s helping their clients and their own organization acquire talent. Tune in too for advice on making early HR career decisions and success factors.
Maryam Sharifzadeh is a yoga expert and the founder/owner of Office Yoga™. She joins us to discuss the health and wellness benefits of office yoga, making the case that health is a pillar on which successful leadership is built.
Dr. William A. Schiemann is back to discuss his latest research on life fulfillment (personal and career) and its relationship to organizational success. He shares important findings and key steps you can take personally to achieve fulfillment. Bill also offers advice to HR leaders on how to leverage people’s passions to create high engagement.
How do optimists see the world differently than pessimists? What are the benefits of being an optimist? Can optimism be learned? What are the connections and differences between resilience and optimism? Patrick Sweeney answers these questions and discusses his work as a transition coach and author.
Dr. Joshua Ehrlich, a leading authority on succeeding in demanding environments, explains what is meant by “mindfulness”, why it’s important and how to apply the concepts to form and strengthen relationships and leadership skills.
What drives high-performance leadership and emotional intelligence for exceptional leadership? In this episode, Steve Gutzler discusses his work and research, sharing insights on the difference between being a good and great leader. Steve discusses his recently released book, Splash: The Ten Remarkable Traits to Build Momentum in Life and Leadership and shares his top two traits.