It’s true that every major challenge in life could also be seen as an opportunity, and the workplace surely won’t be the exception. That’s why even with all the movement in the labor market, Season 3 of Work@Life will be all about The Great Opportunity!
We're kicking the season off with Brendan Sweeney, CEO and cofounder of Popmenu— an exciting startup that has tripled in employee size in the last year, in an industry that was hit particularly hard by covid. How did they do it? Not only by empowering restaurants to tell their story digitally, but also by putting their employees first, creating an unbeatable culture, and making sure they stay true to their mission all the way from recruitment to delivering on their promise to their employees every day.
You have probably heard (a lot!) about The Great Resignation—and it's likely made you nervous about the impact it will have on your organization. But, have you considered how this time of turmoil could be a great moment to improve your culture and employee experience?
That’s why in this new season of Work@Life, we’ll examine what we’re calling The Great Opportunity: How we approach work, what’s the most effective way to connect with our people, and how organizations can use data to take action.
Organizational leadership is changing — some would say that we’re finally making strides in really humanizing the workplace. However, some questions remain. Who do we want to be inspired by? Whose team do we want to be on? What does that leader look like, and how do we help a diverse group of new trailblazers —particularly women— get to leadership positions? Listen to our conversation with our special guest Dan Riley, cofounder at RADICL and learn about how to help propel women into leadership positions.
Have you found yourself reflecting more about your life since the pandemic started? Do you think your company could help get you out of this tired routine, and begin to thrive again?
Join this conversation with our special guest Meighan Newhouse, founder of Inspirant Group, and learn about how organizations can encourage their employees to seek out help when they most need it, and the process of understanding yourself and others.
A fresh take on work, life, culture, and the employee experience - exploring hot topics from both the individual and organizational perspective. Sanja Licina, Ph.D., President, Workforce at QuestionPro and Maddie Grant, author, co-founder and culture designer at PROPEL are ready to share surprising data points and creative solutions with you every episode. This week, we kick off Season 2 with a data-heavy exploration of the First Female Recession.
Why do intention and commitment matter so much at work? In this episode we talk to long-time HR pro and author of the new book "HR on Purpose," Steve Browne. He talks about developing a deliberate people passion and redefining what HR is.