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Special Guest: Joe Caruso: Founder and President, Caruso Leadership Institute Joe Caruso is an expert on the individual mind, the collective mind of an organisation and how meaning drives our behaviour and determines outcomes in all aspects of life. As an author, business advisor and speaker, Joe brings his lifetime of expertise to help organisatio…
 
Special Guest: Debra Corey: Author of ‘See it. Say it. Appreciate it!’ Debra is a highly experienced and award-winning HR consultant, world-class speaker, and five-time best-selling author who has been named as one of the top 101 Global Employee Engagement Influencers and HR Most Influential Thinkers. After 20+ years working as an HR leader for glo…
 
Special Guest: Bala Balasubramaniam: Innovation Minds Bala believes that human connection is the heart of innovation. Great innovation and engagement happens when people have the right mindset, tools, and process to collaborate effectively. With that in mind, he recently founded Innovationminds that equips enterprise/academic clients with a crowdso…
 
Special Guest: Evan Sohn: CEO of Recruiter.com Evan Sohn is the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Recruiter.com, an on-demand recruiting platform that combines AI and video job-matching technology with the world’s largest network of small and independent recruiters. Sohn is a frequent contributor to CNBC and Yahoo! Finance, and demonstrates e…
 
Mentoring is a key strategy for retaining top talent and stabilizing a positive culture. People want and need connection to each other to exchange knowledge, gain exposure, generate ideas, and stay inspired. Organizations need both formal and informal mentoring to meet the pace of change and to make talent development activities productive and rewa…
 
Special Guest: Ruth Gotian: Chief Learning Officer and Assistant Professor of Education in Anesthesiology Dr. Ruth Gotian is the Chief Learning Officer and Assistant Professor of Education in Anesthesiology and former founding Assistant Dean of Mentoring and Executive Director of the Mentoring Academy at Weill Cornell Medicine. She has been hailed …
 
Special Guest: Jeff Spahn: President of Leading Leaders Inc. Jeff Spahn is a pioneer in leadership forging a new, evolved theory and practice of leading that meets today’s challenges and opportunities. With more than 20 years at the helm of Leading Leaders Inc., Jeff has drawn on his hands-on research and business leadership expertise to develop a …
 
Special Guest: Chris Andrew: Strategy Director at Caburn Hope Chris has been working in employee engagement before it was even a thing. He has a passion for brand, driving behavioural change and using effective communication to help influence the future of work. He has provided guidance across the employee lifecycle to senior leaders for a wide ran…
 
Special Guest: Nick O’Donnell, Founder and CEO at The Spinning Plate During a 30-year management career which began at one of the most powerful brands in the world, The Walt Disney Company, Nick O’Donnell saw immediately the power and impact excellent coaching and mentoring has on a person. But it isn’t everyone’s cup of tea. Today, even though coa…
 
Special Guest: Lesley Allman: Author of Better Internal Communication Lesley Allman MBA set up Allman Communication in 2010 has since helped over 50 major organisations to better communicate and engage with their internal audiences. She is author of the Amazon best seller Better Internal Communication: How to add value, be more strategic and fast t…
 
Special Guest: Jude Jennison: Founder of Leaders by Nature Change of any kind disrupts the way you live or work and creates uncertainty. The focus of change tends to be on the operational and strategic direction and the emotional impact on people is often overlooked. Resistance to change is often ignored and it is usually an emotional response to b…
 
Special Guest: Caroline Lagden: Head of Internal Communications at Lloyds Banking Group Caroline is the Head of Internal Communications at Lloyds Banking Group. The Group has c.65,000 colleagues and serves more than 30 million customers across the UK and includes famous brands like Bank of Scotland, Halifax, Lloyds Bank and Scottish Widows. Carolin…
 
Special Guest: Jay Unwin, Wellbeing Speaker, Habit Change Consultant With a decade of experience in health, fitness and wellbeing, plus a former career in science education, Jay is extremely well-placed to simplify ideas which are often considered complex or overwhelming. After burning out quite catastrophically on two separate occasions, Jay devel…
 
Karlynn’s career started with a mouse more than 25 years ago. Her experience began in Entertainment at Disneyland and has continued in a variety of communications and marketing leadership roles at Disney Parks and Disney/ABC, television. Karlynn has a bachelor’s degree in organizational development from California State University Fullerton, and a …
 
Special Guest: Dawn George: Director of HR & Inclusion: Eden Project Ltd Dawn has been with the Eden Project in Bodelva since 2011 and is Director of HR & Inclusion for the organisation. Originally from Northamptonshire, Dawn has spent over 30 years building her career in HR and spent 15 years of this in senior management HR roles in the public and…
 
Special Guest: Paul Glover: The No B.S Leaders’ Legacy Coach Radio Show #453: The Secret to Employee Engagement Paul is the No B.S. Workplace Legacy Coach, a “recovering trial lawyer”, an ex-felon, an unabashed Starbucks addict, the author of WorkQuake: Making the Seismic Shift to a Knowledge Economy, a Chicago Bears fanatic, a speaker on Legacy Le…
 
Special Guest: Dan Hill: Author, Speaker and Podcast Host Founder and President, Sensory Logic, Inc. Dan’s company has done consulting work for over 50% of the world’s largest B2C companies and he’s the author of nine books, including Emotionomics, which features a foreword by Sam Simon, co-creator of The Simpsons. Dan has spoken at conferences in …
 
Special Guest: Liz Kislik: Harvard Business Review and Forbes contributor and TEDx speaker Liz works as a consultant, coach, and facilitator to help leaders move their companies and careers forward. With over 30 years of developing high-performance leaders and workforces, she’s helped clients such as American Express, Orvis, The Girl Scouts, Comcas…
 
Special Guest: Joel Trammell: Founder and CEO of Khorus Systems and Leading CEO Educator Joel Trammell is the founder and CEO of Khorus Systems, a business management system that empowers CEOs to lead high-performance organizations, as well as the owner of Texas CEO Magazine, which reaches more than 10,000 CEOs across the state. A successful entrep…
 
Special Guest: Amy Lynne Durham: CEO of Create Magic At Work IQ is about what you think. EQ is about what you feel. But do you know what SQ stands for? SQ, aka Spiritual Intelligence is all about “I am”. SQ is an ability to access higher meanings, values, abiding purposes, and unconscious aspects of the self and to embed these meanings, values, and…
 
Special Guest: Perinne Farque: Author of ‘Inclusion – The Ultimate Secret for an Organization’s Success’ Perrine Farque is an author, keynote speaker and inclusion and diversity expert. She spent her career empowering business leaders to leverage inclusion as their secret weapon. When she was working for Software and Technology vendors, she was oft…
 
Special Guest: James Petrossi: Author and President of PTNL For the past few years, many employers have relied on wellness initiatives such as mediation apps, workout classes, and even the promise of unlimited time off to help bring balance into employees’ lives. However, still, we find ourselves in a mental health crisis that impedes workplace per…
 
Special Guest: Roly Walter: Founder of Appraisd We now know how to survive the pandemic, the next part is about how to thrive with remote working and remote management. In this episode we talk to Roly about his vision for performance management and what it means today, post-pandemic and in a world that seems entirely employee-centric yet with a pos…
 
Special Guest: Dr Bob Nelson and Mario Tamayo: Authors of ‘Work Made Fun Gets Done! Easy Ways to Boost Energy, Morale and Results.’ BOB NELSON, PH.D., president of Nelson Motivation Inc., is the world’s leading authority on employee recognition and engagement. He’s worked with 80% of Fortune 500 companies, is a Senior Fellow for the Conference Boar…
 
Special Guest: Melissa Ortiz Following the completion of her MBA at Texas A&M, the past 15 years of Melissa’s career have focused on improving employee retention, matching the right people to the right seats within client organizations, and measurably improving Employee Engagement. Her focus area is Talent Optimization and her “why” is Better Work,…
 
Special Guest: Elaine Bennett: Principal of BennettInk.com Engagement in a Hybrid World: If your employees aren’t engaged with their work, they won’t stay your employees for long. How do you create and sustain engagement when your workforce may be physically scattered? Communication is key—but it must be transparent, truthful, and tailor-made for y…
 
Special Guest: Nic Marks: Happiness Expert, TED Speaker and Founder of Friday Pulse Introducing *Nic Marks*, statistician, author, TED speaker and founder of Friday Pulse. Nic specializes in using the science of wellbeing to help individuals, businesses, and governments to track happiness. Nic is a unique statistician with an unusual specialty – ha…
 
Special Guest: Cathy Brown, CEO, Initiative for Social Entrepreneurs Cathy Brown, our former Exec Director at Engage for Success, and now CEO at The Initiative for Social Entrepreneurs, was unexpectedly diagnosed as having severe ADHD last summer. She joins us this week to talk about neurodiversity at work, how simple changes and understanding can …
 
Special Guest: Jake Jacobs: President of Jake Jacobs Consulting Frustrated that change efforts you’re leading take too long, are too difficult, or are too often ineffective? Discover eight powerful ways to make any change work faster, easier, and better—whether done by C-suite leaders or frontline workers. Organizations suffer from change fatigue. …
 
Special Guest: Mike Pounsford: Founder of Couravel; Howard Krais: President of UK Chapter of IABC; Kevin Ruck: Co-Founder of PR Academy The three guests in this episode have worked together on the Listening Project since 2019. Their purpose is to promote listening to employees as an under-valued element in the communications mix, to challenge organ…
 
Special Guest: Elizabeth Lotardo: Co-Author of Selling with Noble Purpose Elizabeth Lotardo is a consultant, researcher, and co-author of Selling with Noble Purpose: How to Drive Revenue and Do Work that Makes You Proud. As the VP of Services at sales leadership consultancy McLeod & More, Elizabeth leads sales transformation initiatives for clients…
 
Special Guests: Fiona Stephens and Caroline O Connor: Migrant Help Caroline joined Migrant Help in March 2017 as the Chief Operating Officer and became the CEO in January 2020. Her focus, integrity and commitment ensure that Migrant Help is able to do the most good it can for our clients. Her background is in finance and operations, her last positi…
 
Special Guest: Leila Zafar: Office Manager of Living Well Living Well UK is a partnership of agencies operating in the social enterprise and charitable sector throughout Birmingham and Solihull to provide free mental health care. What binds the collaborators is a clear commitment to personal and community benefit and the commitment to build on the …
 
Special Guest: John Drew, Director of Staff Experience & Engagement at NHS Improvement Prior to joining the NHS, John led McKinsey's work with NHS hospitals in the UK, and worked in the sector for over ten years, including with international health systems. At McKinsey he also chaired the UK pro-bono committee, serving charities and the third secto…
 
Special Guest: Maria Paviour: Founder of Cari (Workplace Wellbeing & Performance Platform) & NeuChem Coaching Model The wellbeing at work data from before Covid showed that only 1/3 of us were healthy at work. Since Covid, 75% of people who are turning up at work are not well. Covid has made an existing problem much worse. So, what is the answer? W…
 
Special Guests: Paul Miller and Shimrit James: Co-Authors of Nature of Work Your organisation is alive. It’s a living, breathing, adaptive, regenerative system. But for decades, maybe even centuries, organisations have been treated as though they are machines. From that mechanistic mindset, engaging employees will fail, time and again. Seen simply …
 
Special Guest: Jill Kane: HR Leader Jill Kane is an HR leader specializing in total rewards. With over 20 years of experience leading corporate compensation and strategic HR programs, Jill understands how to successfully design, implement, and evaluate compensation programs, practices, and policies to ensure they are equitable and serve the best in…
 
PivotCX learned a huge lesson about business when COVID-19 hit and they lost 85% of their business in March 2020. The 15% of their business that survived was where they were engaging job applicants with a live person, right after they applied. So, they pivoted, and rebuilt their business on the proposition that every applicant, every candidate shou…
 
Special Guest: Lindsay Uittenbogaard, Director, Mirror Mirror Lindsay Uittenbogaard’s interest in Employee Communications led her to study the literature, take up various leadership positions in the field, and investigate ways to support a deeper level of shared understanding as relevant to performance. In response, she founded a data-driven approa…
 
Special Guest: Stuart Bagnell: Chief of Culture at lastminute.com “Doing whatever makes you pink” is what Stuart brings to life at lastminute.com as Chief of Culture. Inspired by travel and the positive impact culture has on people and their contribution. His expertise within employee engagement, people development, and communications ideally place…
 
Special Guest: Emma Bridger: Author of ‘Employee Engagement’ It’s been 7 years since Emma Bridger’s book -Employee Engagement – was first published. With the 3rd edition of the book just about to launch we catch up with Emma to talk about how the world of Employee Engagement has changed and is still changing, and why focusing on engagement is as cr…
 
Special Guest: Scott Gould: Engagement Consultant and Creator of ‘The Engaging Method’ If we think we’ve got past the toughest challenges for work and engagement over the last two years, think again. This is only the beginning of what will provide to be a decade of transformation. The question then must be asked, what is the future of engagement? S…
 
Special Guest: Abeed Janmohamed: Founder and Director of Volando Culture and Values play an important role in organizations and is a key growth driver for businesses as they look to accelerate their growth. Exploring the effect of strong cultures on Employee Engagement. Abeed advises clients on their growth & investment strategy and M&A – helping t…
 
Special Guest: Jane Sunley: Founder of Purple Cubed Post-Pandemic overwhelm is real. The last two years have been a roller-coaster for everyone though employers now have to figure out how to support their businesses – and their people – to get back up to speed. Jane will share an overview of the many diagnostic interviews she’s been conducting, tog…
 
Special Guest: Alistair Aitchison: Co-Author of R’edefining the Wealth Generation Ecosystem’ Report Pre-pandemic, a focus on Wellbeing was a nice to have within most organisations, however, now it has become a strategic necessity. It has also become a significant factor upon which the Millennial generation are choosing where to apply their work, wi…
 
Special Guest: Rob Catalano: Chief Engagement Officer at WorkTango Employee Voice is one of the four critical enabler of Engagement. Employee Voice is a crucial area deserving of both ingenuity and attention. In order to maintain a workforce environment where employees can be engaged and perform successfully, a new approach to hearing and acting on…
 
Special Guest: Andrew Bartlow: Co-Author of 'Scaling for Success: People Priorities for High Growth Organisations' After working with hundreds of start-up founders, Andrew has discovered that ego holds many of them from achieving true success. They often focus on irrelevant things that will make their company look good and forget about the most imp…
 
Special Guest: Matt Manners: CEO and Founder of Inspiring Workplaces Matt was born into a half English/ half Irish media-obsessed family. A journalist grandfather, a grandmother who said he was blessed by the blarney and a father who led a top communications agency. So, storytelling has always been very important to him. He followed in his family’s…
 
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