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70: How to Achieve Competitive Advantage Through Workplace Culture & Engagement

How do you create a strong, engaging workplace culture that unlocks potential and inspires performance? Doug Claffey shares that top workplaces outperform their peers by approximately 30% in total shareholder return. They attract, retain and motivate top talent. He describes four key drivers for creating a top workplace; what gets in the way of achieving culture change and engagement; and what to expect when embarking on a program.

68: Strengthen Your Leadership Language – Who’s In the Empty Chair?

Leadership language expert Chris Westfall explains what an elevator pitch is and how leaders can share their vision in a compelling way by harnessing leadership language. Chris offers tips and practical advice to engage with your audience, accelerate your results and be more persuasive. How to understand your listener’s agenda and who sits in the ’empty chair’.

67: How to Build a Strong Culture

Scott Overcarsh returns to HR Studio Podcast to share more on the culture at Chick-fil-A. He offers advice to HR Leaders who are seeking evidence that employee-centric leadership, policies, and programs can yield improved results. Scott discusses leadership principles and attitudes that are foundational in his last company’s success, as well as approaches to hiring, retaining, and engaging employees.

65: How to Manage to the One to Increase Employee Engagement

Chester Elton, named “Apostle of appreciation” by the Globe and Mail, shares ideas for increasing engagement by making simple adjustments to employees’ current roles. He explains how to ‘manage to the one’ and why this is key to increasing engagement. Learn how to get the take The Motivator Assessment (free) and receive your results in a 23-page report.

63: Learning To Lead in Times of Disruption & Crisis

Dick Richardson discusses the role that experiential leadership development plays in preparing leaders for disruption. He shares insights gained through a method of experiential learning that uses parallels between modern day and historic military leaders as the guide. He discusses leading in times of stress and chaos; the link between many crises and HR’s areas of responsibility, and a key takeaway from his experiential programs that you won’t want to miss. Dick also shares advice to HR leaders on their personal and professional development.