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Special BetterU Podcast: Automation and the Future of Work with Tyler Cowen

April 4, 2019 | Tyler Cowen

In this special episode, we talk with Tyler Cowen, Author and Professor of Economics at George Mason University about the future of work, the dangers of complacency, the importance of talent acquisition and how it’s changing due to technological, demographic, and economic forces. We also find time for a discussion on how to consume information and the wonders of Cincinnati Chili.

Special BetterU Podcast: Automation and the Future of Work with Tyler Cowen

April 4, 2019 | Tyler Cowen

In this special episode, we talk with Tyler Cowen, Author and Professor of Economics at George Mason University about the future of work, the dangers of complacency, the importance of talent acquisition and how it’s changing due to technological, demographic, and economic forces. We also find time for a discussion on how to consume information and the wonders of Cincinnati Chili.

See Tyler in person at HCI’s Strategic Talent Acquisition Conference in Denver June 10-12. Learn more at www.staconference.com

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Tyler Cowen

Economics Professor, George Mason University, Author, Stubborn Attachments and Average Is Over

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Talent Acquisition Challenges and Changes

March 18, 2019 | Deb Wolfsen

In this podcast, we discuss new research, sponsored by HCI and Kronos, into how high-performing organizations approach talent acquisition differently.

Talent Acquisition Challenges and Changes

March 18, 2019 | Deb Wolfsen

In this competitive candidates’ market, organizations are doing all they can to attract, recruit, and retain talent. This podcast features Deb Wolfsen Human Resources Manager at EPS Security. From her experience leading the HR and talent acquisition function, Deb shares the challenges and investments in recruiting processes at her medium-sized business. We discuss new research, sponsored by HCI and Kronos, into how high-performing organizations approach talent acquisition differently.

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Deb Wolfsen

Human Resources Manager, EPS Security

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Inclusive Diversity at Work: What's Data Got to do with It?

February 20, 2019 | Amanda Reid

In this podcast, Amanda Reid reveals the role data and social science research should play in your inclusive diversity strategy, and tips to apply the winning ways at your company.

Join us at our 2019 Inclusive Diversity Conference May 6-7 in San Francisco, CA

Live and virtual passes available at https://inclusivediversityconference.com

Inclusive Diversity at Work: What's Data Got to do with It?

February 20, 2019 | Amanda Reid

Inclusive diversity is one of the most important parts of talent management strategy, but there must be a reliable reason behind the madness. Successful inclusive diversity execution requires more than looking at different skillsets, knowledge and people, and planning ways they can help make organizations better. Data is the differentiator in making your inclusive diversity initiatives work. Data is your guide; data is your basis for strategy design. 

In this podcast, Amanda Reid reveals the role data and social science research should play in your inclusive diversity strategy, and tips to apply the winning ways at your company.

Join us at our 2019 Inclusive Diversity Conference May 6-7 in San Francisco, CA

Live and virtual passes available at https://inclusivediversityconference.com

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Amanda Reid

Diversity Recruiting Manager, Cummins

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Digital Transformation and the Talent Acquisition Landscape

February 18, 2019 | Roopesh Nair

In this episode of Nine to Thrive HR, Roopesh Nair shares components of digital transformation success, including the must-have tools and tech to improve recruiting, candidate experience and all of talent acquisition.

Digital Transformation and the Talent Acquisition Landscape

February 18, 2019 | Roopesh Nair

Top HR leaders say that getting ahead of change is crucial for their thriving organizations. It’s natural to expect innovation, but today, it’s about predicting change and using digital transformation to impact the way things are done. 

For example, candidate experience is becoming more and more digitalized, and so recruiting has to change accordingly. In this episode of Nine to Thrive HR, Roopesh Nair shares components of digital transformation success, including the must-have tools and tech to improve recruiting, candidate experience and all of talent acquisition.

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Roopesh Nair

President & CEO, Symphony Talent

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Measuring Learning ROI on a 'Glocal' Level

February 11, 2019 | Ryan Sarpalius

Ryan Sarpalius of Uber joins the podcast to discuss the challenges of measuring the impact of learning and development programs in a global organization.

Measuring Learning ROI on a 'Glocal' Level

February 11, 2019 | Ryan Sarpalius

Ryan Sarpalius of Uber joins the podcast to discuss the challenges of measuring the impact of learning and development programs in a global organization. Make sure to watch Ryan's keynote presentation at the 2019 People Analytics and Workforce Planning Conference in Miami, FL. 

Live and virtual passes available at www.pawpconference.com

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Ryan Sarpalius

Global Learning Technology & Operations Manager, Uber

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Activity to Outcome: How to form your D&I Strategy

January 14, 2019 | Judith Williams

This podcast features Judith Williams Head of People Sustainability and Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer at SAP. From her experiences leading D&I, Judith shares ideas for building a successful D&I strategy and what practices to avoid.

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Including the Employee in Employee Engagement

December 17, 2018 | Scott Rigby

This podcast, featuring Dr. Scott Rigby of motivationWorks, will share research-based and practical recommendations for improving the experience at work and putting the employee at the center for engagement initiatives.

Including the Employee in Employee Engagement

December 17, 2018 | Scott Rigby

How can you ensure that your engagement surveys are a vehicle for individual and organizational change? A holistic approach to engagement needs to be taken that includes employees, managers, and organizations. It is critical to the success of engagement initiatives that all employees receive feedback on their engagement surveys.

This podcast, featuring Dr. Scott Rigby of motivationWorks, will share research-based and practical recommendations for improving the experience at work and putting the employee at the center for engagement initiatives.

 

 

 

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Scott Rigby, Ph.D.

Author, Behavioral Scientist, Entrepreneur and Founder/CEO, motivationWorks

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Reference Checking Done Right with Tech

November 26, 2018 | Michelle Reed

Join SkillSurvey Chief Marketing Office Michelle Reed to bust bad (false) beliefs of reference checking and learn how tech can ensure reference checking success.​

Reference Checking Done Right with Tech

November 26, 2018 | Michelle Reed

The agony of reference checking, experts say, keeps talent acquisition professionals from going through the motions. They “give it the side eye” due to misbeliefs about authentic feedback, not being valuable of their time, inability to predict candidate success, poor processes, among others. There’s got to be a better way. And there is!

Join SkillSurvey Chief Marketing Office Michelle Reed to bust bad (false) beliefs of reference checking and learn how tech can ensure reference checking success.​

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Michelle Reed

Chief Marketing Officer, SkillSurvey

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The Secrets of Motivation: Creating the Highest Quality Workplace Culture

October 31, 2018 | Richard Ryan

This podcast, featuring Dr. Richard Ryan of motivationWorks, will unveil the secrets of modern motivation and provide ways to apply them to your workforce.

The Secrets of Motivation: Creating the Highest Quality Workplace Culture

October 31, 2018 | Richard Ryan

Everyone in talent management seems to talk about employee engagement, which companies measure to predict important business outcomes. The problem? Most companies don’t know how to motivate their employees so that high engagement reflects low retention, solid ethics and increased happiness. 

To succeed in employee motivation today, leaders must move beyond old practices of incentives and rules. They must discover how to empower employees and make them WANT to work. Today’s winning workplace culture creates the best drivers of motivation. 

This podcast, featuring Dr. Richard Ryan of motivationWorks, will unveil the secrets of modern motivation and provide ways to apply them to your workforce.

 

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Richard M. Ryan, Ph.D.

Co-Founder, Immersyve Inc.; Professor, Institute for Positive Psychology and Education, Australian Catholic University

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The Peloton Model of Social Performance Management

October 29, 2018 | Steven Hunt

Join us for this podcast and discussion with Dr. Steven, Hunt, the Vice President of Human Capital Management Research at SAP SuccessFactors, as he explores the latest research on this topic, and how and what you can do to track social performance management.

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Strategic Workforce Planning and People Analytics Linked by Change, Tech and Data

September 17, 2018 | Neil Shastri, Ranjan Dutta

Join Shastri and his partner, Aon’s People Analytics Practice Leader, Ranjan Dutta, to learn about building workforce planning capabilities, how new tech can (and should) help the process, and what matters most in using strategic workforce planning and people analytics to leverage data.

Strategic Workforce Planning and People Analytics Linked by Change, Tech and Data

September 17, 2018 | Neil Shastri, Ranjan Dutta

Workforce strategy and people analytics are “absolutely complimentary,” according to Aon’s Director of People Analytics, Neil Shastri. Strategic workforce planning isn’t going anywhere, which makes the need for core skills among people as important as ever: teamwork, learning comprehension and long-term planning ability, for example. 

As the rate of change in the workplace picks up, each shift makes workforce planning even more relevant to all employees that contribute to business success. Organizations and their people must be ready to adopt new processes and best practices, especially among the rise of digital transformation, new technology and bucket loads of data. 

Join Shastri and his partner, Aon’s People Analytics Practice Leader, Ranjan Dutta, to learn about building workforce planning capabilities, how new tech can (and should) help the process, and what matters most in using strategic workforce planning and people analytics to leverage data.

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Neil Shastri

Leader, Global Insights and Innovation, Aon
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Ranjan Dutta, Ph.D.

Partner & Practice Leader, People Analytics, Aon

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Performance Management Done Differently Outshines the Baseline

September 10, 2018 | Ben Eubanks

Join Ben Eubanks in this podcast, sponsored by ClearCompany, to learn how you can keep your organization ahead of the performance management curve.

Performance Management Done Differently Outshines the Baseline

September 10, 2018 | Ben Eubanks

Performance management is among the top areas where organizations must stay on the cutting edge of trends and developments in best practices. At its core, performance management is a fundamental, human process with many moving change management parts. Even though tech, AI and talent mobility shift, the human part of the process still matters. 

The companies that are the best at performance management excel because they do things differently. In fact, they do at least five things differently, including recognition and in-the-moment manager feedback. There are three more, but we’ll let you listen to the podcast instead of risking a spoiler alert! 

Join Ben Eubanks in this podcast, sponsored by ClearCompany, to learn how you can keep your organization ahead of the performance management curve.

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Ben Eubanks

Principal Analyst, Lighthouse Research and Advisory

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Ambiguity In Your Office? Don’t Worry, Be Happy

September 4, 2018 | Lisa K. Solomon

This podcast, featuring author Lisa K. Solomon, equips leaders with the idea of designing change-ready, future-focused environments, and getting excited for the unknown.

Learn more about the 2018 HR Call to Action Conference

Ambiguity In Your Office? Don’t Worry, Be Happy

September 4, 2018 | Lisa K. Solomon

The frequency of change in our work world today can make feeling at ease seem impossible. How can you breathe easily, when you never know what change might be lurking right around the corner? Shifts in the office are best handled with a shift in leadership’s mindset and the tools they’re using. In fact, when leaders have the skills needed to thrive through change, they’re best prepared and empowered to guide their team to success. 

This podcast, featuring author Lisa K. Solomon, equips leaders with the idea of designing change-ready, future-focused environments, and getting excited for the unknown.

Learn more about the 2018 HR Call to Action Conference

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Lisa K. Solomon

Author, “Design a Better Business: New Tools and Mindset for Strategy and Innovation”

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Big Data Brings Big Change to the Recruiting Table

August 27, 2018 | Michael Guglielmo

Mike Guglielmo, Assistant Professor of Human Resources at Temple University, shares much-needed knowledge of big data, including how handling data has changed, where data can be found, data in decision making and the most ideal technology to get your hands on.

Big Data Brings Big Change to the Recruiting Table

August 27, 2018 | Michael Guglielmo

Leaders say data that’s associated with large databases can guarantee the right talent takes the right roles in your company, but using big data proves to be quite challenging. Recruiters have their work cut out for them in today’s war on talent. The correct use of big data in talent acquisition comes from understanding that there’s more to do then data mine the path to top candidates. Recruiters must comprehend data insights, know where to find the most relevant data, and how to support job offer decisions. 

Mike Guglielmo, Assistant Professor of Human Resources at Temple University, shares much-needed knowledge of big data, including how handling data has changed, where data can be found, data in decision making and the most ideal technology to get your hands on.

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Michael Guglielmo

Assistant Professor of Human Resources at Temple University

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