Dr. Timothy Clark introduces us to a hot and overlooked topic in leadership development – psychological safety. Tim defines the four stages of psychological safety and makes the case for why leaders need to develop this skill, which he argues few have mastered. He offers two suggestions for leaders to create an environment needed for innovation to occur, describing the two skillsets that leaders need to navigate to foster that environment.
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Jonathan Raymond shares his personal career journey and how it has shaped his philosophy and work today. He discusses trust and how to build it, the importance of authenticity, and how to listen while paying attention to the context. He outlines two tools that help provide feedback – The Accountability Dial™ and ‘four corners of impact,’ concluding with advice to HR leaders.
Ora Nadrich raises the alarm on the impact of stress that is taking its toll on our business and personal lives. Hear Ora explain what mindfulness is and why it’s increasingly important today. Learn several easy to implement techniques to help you manage people and stressful situations and to become more productive. HR leaders will benefit personally from this episode, as well as gain insights into HR's role in supporting others.
Oscar Trimboli is on a quest to create 100 million Deep Listeners in the world. Listen in to find out how to become one of them. Oscar takes us through the five levels of listening and highlights the one most people struggle with. Plus, three things HR leaders can do to explore what’s left unsaid.
Chris Meroff shares his leadership aha moments and how they led him to prioritize employee fulfillment as a way to ignite employee passion. He explains that fulfillment is a product of alignment and he introduces the concepts of employee success planning and defining purpose to achieve alignment.
Melanie Katzman discusses the importance of connecting with others to personally build a foundation of trust and what organizations can do to build that trust in their culture. Katzman has found that connecting with others as humans is the solution to almost any workplace conflict, a topic she touches on in this podcast. HR leaders will pick up actionable advice on how to connect with others, as well as an important message for HR leaders about how to bring about change, starting with you.
Business storyteller, author, and leadership speaker Paul Smith explains the 'art and the science' behind leadership storytelling, a skill all HR Leaders can and should develop to successfully influence others. 10 important stories that all leaders need to be able to tell; 2 that HR leaders need to have at their disposal; and the key elements of a successful story. Learn how to tell stories and coach your leaders to uncover theirs.
Innovation expert Tristan Kromer connects the dots for HR Leaders between the company innovation strategy and the role that HR can and should play. He discusses the importance of an experimentation mindset and culture, offering practical suggestions that HR can leverage.
Elay Cohen discusses his work enabling employees and organizations in order to accelerate business growth. He argues that HR leaders can be part of the strategic business conversation by coming to the table with an enablement-first mindset for modern learning. Listen in to hear Elay's perspectives on engagement versus enablement, the importance of digital transformation in accelerating change, and the importance of personalized learning aligned to business goals and metrics.
Tony Saldanha joins HR Studio Podcast to explain what digital transformation means and how it will impact every employee. He discusses the critical role that HR Leaders need to play – personally and professionally.