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The Workology Podcast is a podcast for the disruptive workplace leader who’s tired of the status quo. Beginning in 2014, the Workology Podcast is focused on highlighting the art and science of the workplace, HR, and recruitment.

The Workology Podcast is a podcast for the disruptive workplace leader who’s tired of the status quo. Beginning in 2014, the Workology Podcast is focused on highlighting the art and science of the workplace, HR, and recruitment.
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United States

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The Workology Podcast is a podcast for the disruptive workplace leader who’s tired of the status quo. Beginning in 2014, the Workology Podcast is focused on highlighting the art and science of the workplace, HR, and recruitment.

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@workology

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English

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Episodes

Ep 187 – The Benefits of Executive Coaching in HR

6/26/2019
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According to the Global Leadership Forecast 2018, published by DDI, 67% of Gen X leaders said they would like more external coaching and 57% want external development. The research also shows that CEOs are more concerned about developing “next gen” leaders than they are about any other issue, including cyber-security, global recession, and political uncertainty. […] Source

Duration:00:32:20

Ep 186 – Data Visualization Accessibility for Employees, Teams, & Leaders

6/19/2019
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I’m not ashamed to admit that I’m a data nerd and absolutely love charts and graphs as a way to analyze and assess the performance of a client recruitment campaign or in evaluating Workology’s own digital performance and downloads. Data is everything in business which is why it shouldn’t surprise you accessible data visualization is […] Source

Duration:00:31:41

Ep 185 – Making Artificial Intelligence Inclusive for Hiring and HR

6/12/2019
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It seems like in the news we are bombarded with the fear of how technologies like artificial intelligence are eliminating jobs and putting us out of work. It’s because of that I’ve been on a mission to learn more about AI and the different ways it can be used to humanize the hiring and workplace. […] Source

Duration:00:35:11

Ep 184 – Employment Success for People with Disabilities

6/5/2019
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Welcome to a new series on the Workology Podcast we are kicking off that focuses on the future of work. This series is in collaboration with the Partnership on Employment & Accessible Technology or PEAT. We’re talking about how to expand employment opportunities for people with disabilities. Technology that is accessible plays a big role in that […] Source

Duration:00:31:12

Ep 183 – Nutrition Counseling: Wellness Programs in the Workplace

5/30/2019
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There is a growing awareness among the public and private sectors that worksite initiatives are imperative in nutrition education and obesity prevention. Many reports support the direct relationship between health risk and health care expenditure. For example, obese individuals spend over a third more on health services than average individuals, according to a National Institute […] Source

Duration:00:24:44

Ep 182 – Improving Your Workplace Communication

5/22/2019
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The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) estimates that every year, nearly two million U.S. workers are victims of workplace violence. There is so much divisiveness in our lives right now, as HR pros and leaders we need tools to help us better communicate and build relationships. I wanted to bring in an expert to […] Source

Duration:00:25:16

Ep 181 – Working and Leading With Dyslexia

5/15/2019
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Being a workplace that overlooks diversity and inclusion is not an option in today’s talent marketplace. Accessibility and accommodation aren’t take it or leave it – they’re crucial to recruiting, engaging and retaining valuable talent. I’ve written a lot about accessibility in the recruiting process, from application to onboarding to ongoing training and development, as […] Source

Duration:00:37:20

Ep 180 – Autonomous Vehicles Are Inclusive

5/8/2019
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Welcome to a new series on the Workology Podcast we are kicking off that focuses on the future of work. This series is in collaboration with the Partnership on Employment & Accessible Technology or PEAT. According to the most recent US Census, almost 20% of people living in the USA had a mobility, sensory, cognitive or other […] Source

Duration:00:34:46

Ep 179 – Creating a Leadership Empathy Mindset

4/30/2019
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Studies on organizational change show that leaders across the board agree: if you want to lead a successful transformation, communicating empathetically is critical. We touched on empathy in a recent podcast on Design Thinking with Dorothy Mankey, and empathy in the workplace is a top of mind topic for those of us in HR today. […] Source

Duration:00:21:48

Ep 178 – Making Our Cities Smarter & More Accessible

4/24/2019
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Welcome to a new series on the Workology Podcast we are kicking off that focuses on the future of work. This series is in collaboration with the Partnership on Employment & Accessible Technology or PEAT. Accessibility isn’t just limited to our workplaces. It’s about our communities and places ourselves, our friends and families call home especially our […] Source

Duration:00:31:10

Ep 177- How to Create a Global Apprenticeship Program

4/17/2019
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Welcome to a new series on the Workology Podcast we are kicking off that focuses on the future of work. This series is in collaboration with the Partnership on Employment & Accessible Technology or PEAT. Apprenticeships provide a real opportunity for employers to train and prepare our workers for our workplaces with transferable skills more quickly than […] Source

Duration:00:23:27

Ep 176 – Sourcing Technology You Can’t Live Without

4/10/2019
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When we look at the talent acquisition process, one of the most important pieces of TA is a form of proactive recruitment which is sourcing. Instead of relying on candidates to find us, we use the internet and find them. In this podcast episode we will be taking a look at sourcing and how it […] Source

Duration:00:30:19

Ep 175 – Where to Get Started with Recruitment Marketing?

4/3/2019
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I am what many people call a trailblazer especially in the area of what is now referred to as digital recruiting and/or recruitment marketing. In 2001, when I first started in HR and recruiting, I successfully used dating websites to recruit and source candidates. This was long before LinkedIn became commonplace. Later in the mid […] Source

Duration:00:13:22

Ep 174 – Design Thinking in Human Resources

3/20/2019
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There has been a bit of buzz around Design Thinking in human resources recently. Like agile methodology, design thinking is a process for creating problem-solving and helps develop human-centric programs, processes, and experiences in the workplace. Because we’ve discussed agile workflows before, I wanted to bring in an expert to talk about Design Thinking and […] Source

Duration:00:26:09

Ep 173 – Should Ugly Be a Protected Class

3/13/2019
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An Italian study released last year showed that attractive women who sent photos with their résumés got called back 54% of the time, as opposed to the average callback rate of 30%. Another academic study found that CEO who were considered attractive had higher stock prices and receive higher compensation levels. Does that mean that […] Source

Duration:00:27:11

Ep 172 – Fostering a Culture of Creativity at Work

3/6/2019
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I think that we can all agree that we could use a little bit more creativity in our lives. A recent LinkedIn workplace study found that creativity is the single most important soft skill that business leaders want from their employees. The question for business leaders in HR is how do we foster grow and […] Source

Duration:00:27:53

Ep 171 – Decision Making in Human Capital Investment

2/27/2019
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The psychology behind good and bad decision making isn’t just fascinating for those of us interested in human behavior. It’s also important for recruiting and human resource leaders for making better decisions when it comes to human capital investment in the workplace, whether supporting your existing workforce or in hiring. Whether you’re in finance or […] Source

Duration:00:27:47

Ep 170 – Becoming a More Strategic HR Leader and Business Partner

2/21/2019
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Too often by others outside of human resources, HR is seen as order takers who fill requisitions, calculate compensation tables, and run surveys. To win over internal and external clients, HR professionals need to provide solutions to their problems in terms to which they can relate. Asking (and answering) questions concerning four problematic areas will […] Source

Duration:00:30:24

Ep 169 – Inclusion and the Use of Gender-Neutral Pronouns in the Workplace

2/19/2019
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As a society, we have grown up with the use of certain pronouns to use that refer to a person based on a male/female and using a singular/plural framework. However, this is changing, and a growing number of individuals are asking to be referred to not in the way in which we have grown up […] Source

Duration:00:33:47

Ep 168 – How Robots & Artificial Intelligence Will Change Our Workplace

2/6/2019
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The subject of artificial intelligence is a hot one in human resources and recruiting circles. According to Bersin’s 2017 Human Capital Trends Report, 38% of companies believe AI and robotics will be fully implemented in their company within 5 years and even more, recent research shows that AI adoption is moving at a pace much […] Source

Duration:00:27:46