In this episode, Dick Richardson returns to HR Studio Podcast to discuss leadership lessons from the Apollo 11 mission to the Moon, the subject of his new book. What HR leaders can learn from NASA about implementing a vision, including acquiring the necessary leadership skills, and overcoming human biases that can interfere with success. Dick explains ‘perceptual fraction’ and how it can be used in leadership development or change initiatives. A key takeaway is the importance of routinely assessing successes and failures to achieve more balanced learning.
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René Johnston shares five strategies for strengthening employee engagement. She highlights one of these strategies - knowing your team members, sharing four benefits that flow from leveraging this strategy. René discusses the role of assessment tools in facilitating conversations to get to know your team.
How can organizations go from good to great? From great to best? How does creating a culture of respect, trust, and understanding lead to building bridges across an organization? In this episode, Jason Greer shares insights and advice to HR leaders based on his work with organizations in two specific areas - unionization avoidance and diversity and inclusion.
What are the key elements of creating an emotionally connected workplace? What are the benefits of creating an environment of respect, alignment, and a positive future? Lou Carter outlines the five essential elements to emotional connection, based on discussions and research involving hundreds of CEOs and other executives.
To celebrate three years of HR Studio Podcast, this extended episode includes excerpts from five previous stand-out podcasts that explore the topic of organizational culture. What our guests are saying and doing to change company cultures.
Jeff Gothelf, an author, speaker, and executive coach, focuses on helping organizations build better products and executives build better cultures that build better products. Jeff will challenge you to think about what people will be doing differently if a program or initiative is successful. Learn what it means to be agile and the role that HR can play in leading transformation.
Are you passionate about a Human Resources career but concerned about the perception of HR? Does making an impact on the human experience in the workplace bring you satisfaction and a sense of accomplishment but cautiousness about choosing HR as a career for the long haul? Do you have what it takes to be a successful HR warrior? Keri Ohlrich discusses the function’s reputation and challenges. She explores what it takes to be successful and introduces listeners to the HR CHARGE framework that ambitious HR professionals can leverage to reach their potential.
Can ‘hope’ actually be a strategy in today’s work environment? Libby Gill, the author of ‘The Hope-Driven Leader: Harness the Power of Positivity at Work’ thinks so. Libby defines what hope is and why it's important. She'll share the science behind hope, a medical definition, and the link between hope and mortality. Libby will explain how hope can be leveraged by HR, the pitfalls to be aware of, and an approach to harnessing hope as a strategy both personally and professionally.
Author and speaker Lolly Daskal explores the seven distinct leadership types that make up the acronym RETHINK - her recommended system for leaders wishing to improve their results. She provides insights to several of the types and advises HR Leaders to learn all seven and then choose the type you needed to get the best results in the moment.
Former HR Director, author, and HR consultant Lucy Adams explores how HR can become more innovative. What has held the function back from pioneering new approaches? With ideas and practical examples, Lucy shares her perspectives on why HR transformations fail and how HR can become more agile.