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What does it take to radically transform and disrupt our workplaces? How can we bring about the changes we need and wish to see in the physical and virtual spaces we spend over a third of our waking lives in? Empowered: Envisioning Workplaces That Work explores what thriving, diverse, and innovative workplaces look and feel like, and what makes them tick. Spoiler alert: it’s the people. In conversation with the folks doing this vital work, join me, Susannah Magers, a content creator at Envoy, as we engage in timely discussions about the workplace experience and celebrate those who challenge the status quo in all aspects of the contemporary workplace through the lens of the all-important human elements. Hear workplace experience leaders, creative problem solvers, and other cultural producers reveal how they create the workplaces they want to see in the world: their wins, pain points, and all the moments in between. Other ways to engage with Empowered We all have a story to tell. Find more information on each episode of Empowered in the show notes. You can also read episode recaps on the Envoy blog, as well as discover more resources on how to challenge the status quo in your workplace. Stay tuned for season two!

What does it take to radically transform and disrupt our workplaces? How can we bring about the changes we need and wish to see in the physical and virtual spaces we spend over a third of our waking lives in? Empowered: Envisioning Workplaces That Work explores what thriving, diverse, and innovative workplaces look and feel like, and what makes them tick. Spoiler alert: it’s the people. In conversation with the folks doing this vital work, join me, Susannah Magers, a content creator at Envoy, as we engage in timely discussions about the workplace experience and celebrate those who challenge the status quo in all aspects of the contemporary workplace through the lens of the all-important human elements. Hear workplace experience leaders, creative problem solvers, and other cultural producers reveal how they create the workplaces they want to see in the world: their wins, pain points, and all the moments in between. Other ways to engage with Empowered We all have a story to tell. Find more information on each episode of Empowered in the show notes. You can also read episode recaps on the Envoy blog, as well as discover more resources on how to challenge the status quo in your workplace. Stay tuned for season two!
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What does it take to radically transform and disrupt our workplaces? How can we bring about the changes we need and wish to see in the physical and virtual spaces we spend over a third of our waking lives in? Empowered: Envisioning Workplaces That Work explores what thriving, diverse, and innovative workplaces look and feel like, and what makes them tick. Spoiler alert: it’s the people. In conversation with the folks doing this vital work, join me, Susannah Magers, a content creator at Envoy, as we engage in timely discussions about the workplace experience and celebrate those who challenge the status quo in all aspects of the contemporary workplace through the lens of the all-important human elements. Hear workplace experience leaders, creative problem solvers, and other cultural producers reveal how they create the workplaces they want to see in the world: their wins, pain points, and all the moments in between. Other ways to engage with Empowered We all have a story to tell. Find more information on each episode of Empowered in the show notes. You can also read episode recaps on the Envoy blog, as well as discover more resources on how to challenge the status quo in your workplace. Stay tuned for season two!

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@envoy

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English

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Episodes

S E6: Infusing Hospitality Into Workplace Experience Management

7/25/2019
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In Episode 6, we chat with Flash Coughlin, Head of Workplace, at Envoy. We’ll talk about why he centers hospitality within his workplace experience strategy, how he kept Twitter operating with a complex network of extension cords on the eve of their new office opening, and why peanut butter and chocolate is the perfect food. About Flash Coughlin Flash is a self-proclaimed East-Coaster, born in NYC and raised in New Jersey. After finishing up school at the University of Vermont, he packed...

Duration:00:37:22

S E5: Why Diversity and Inclusion Is Essential to Build High-Performance Teams and Better Serve Customers

7/25/2019
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In Episode 5, we sat down with Adam Cockell, Founder and CEO, A-Team Technologies, and host of the podcast, Inside the Scale. We talk about the advantages of shifting the way we envision marketing personas, and why hiring a diverse team is crucial to business success and being a truly customer-centric workplace. About Adam Cockell Adam has an unconventional background with extensive experience in engineering management and quality engineering. Throughout his career, Adam has learned that...

Duration:00:34:00

S E4: Talk the Talk, Walk the Walk: Aligning Employee Experience with Employer Branding

7/25/2019
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In Episode 4, we’ll hear from Colleen Finnegan, Senior Manager, Employer Brand & Recruitment Marketing at Instacart. We’ll chat about how employers can invest in diversifying their workplaces in every level of the organization, and make sure they fulfill their brand promise and values when it comes to the employee experience. Of course, there will be plenty of food puns. About Colleen Finnegan Passionate about mindfulness in the workplace, corporate social responsibility, and diversifying...

Duration:00:43:01

S E3: Cybersecurity and Accessibility in Crisis Communications

7/25/2019
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In Episode 3, we chat with Jodi Beaubien, Senior Crisis Communication Executive, Data Breach at Symantec, about cybersecurity, accessibility in crisis communications, and workplace security. About Jodi Beaubien Drawing on her robust experience at the intersection of crisis communication, mobile technology, and user experience, Jodi Beaubien has helped Fortune 500 organizations implement solutions that drive better outcomes when responding to critical events such as a data breach....

Duration:00:31:38

S E2: Unconscious Bias in the Workplace

7/25/2019
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In Episode 2, we’ll hear from Pin-ya Tseng, a facilitator at Paradigm, a diversity and inclusion strategy firm. We talk about what unconscious bias is, and how it shows up in the workplace, including in recruiting, hiring, and in meetings. About Pin-ya Tseng Pin-ya Tseng develops and facilitates Paradigm’s high-impact trainings, drawing from years of experience in psychological research, teaching, and leadership development. Paradigm works with companies to design diversity and inclusion...

Duration:00:32:28

S E1: Leveraging Data to Cultivate Harmonious Workplaces

7/25/2019
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In Episode 1, we speak with Sarah Deane, a writer, speaker, practitioner of experience design and data science, and founder of EffectUX. We chat about building harmonious organizational cultures, mental health awareness, and using data-driven solutions to create an inclusive approach to workplace strategy. About Sarah Deane Sarah Deane is the founder of EffectUX and the creator of EMQ—a research-based system that rapidly and accurately pinpoints de-energizing behaviors and transforms...

Duration:00:38:19