This week features a guest that has been on the show before. Francine Katsoudas who is the CHRO at Cisco joined me on the show back in July of 2016 and now she is back to catch us up on what Cisco has been up to over the past 2 years, how she became a successful business leader, what her daily routine is and much more. [...]
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There has been an ongoing debate around open versus closed office spaces and which one is better. Open offices tend to enable collaboration, yet they are also prone to cause distractions and noise. Closed offices and cubicles tend to allow for more focused work, but they can also be a bit depressing and not encourage collaboration and communication. So which one do you go with? [...]
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My guest this week is Jordan Birnbaum, VP and Chief Behavioral Economist at ADP. We are talking about behavioral economics, how to drive behavioral change in the workplace, consistent irrational behaviors that we should be aware of, how loss aversion can be used by managers and much more. [...]
Organizations seeking to create amazing employee experiences need to start with a Reason for Being, which acts as the foundation for the three employee experience environments--technology, physical space, and culture. [...]
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This week’s guest is Michael Arena, Chief Talent Officer at General Motors. Join us as we explore what GM is doing internally around talent and disruption, how they use social network analysis and Michael’s views on People Analytics, AI and corporate culture. [...]
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There are three key environments that make up the employee experience: technology, culture, and the physical space. I explore all three in my latest book, but let's talk about the physical space, or the place where employees actually work. This is our surroundings and includes everything from the art that hangs on the wall to the catered meals the organization may offer to the cubicles or open floor plan employees may sit in. It comprises 30% of the employee experience. [...]
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