Forty four million Americans are impacted by mental health conditions in any given year. Depression is the #1 cause of disability in the U.S.
Eve Sweeting is taking mental health in workplace head on and has tips for HR professionals and people managers alike in this episode. Straight from Eve: "Silence undermines workplace productivity, its harming our business cultures and its costing us billions of dollars each year."
Listen in as Callie and Eve talk about what orgs, leadership,...
Callie and Lyndsey talk getting management experience where you can, how some of the smartest people in your org may not be the best managers and how some leaders lead with strong ideas.
Lyndsey's advice: use your voice and drive your career.
Head's up Honest HR producer Bailey Yeager jumps on to give her insight into the "natural progression" conversation.
Callie and Rebecca talk about how volunteering is a gateway to meeting people, connecting outside of forced networking events and even lifting others up. Rebecca talks about her quick path to SHRM chapter leadership and using that opportunity to develop programming for realizing the potential of untapped talent pools.
Callie and Lori talk employee recognition: ROI, analytics as the future and fatal flaws. They dig in on the four ways to succeed at employee recognition, starting with having the right stakeholders at the table in the beginning and ending with campaigns to keep the momentum going.
Callie and Brooke talk all things social from consistency to the vast importance of head shots to lurkers to meshing your personal and private lives online and more.
You don't want to miss this conversation. And beware, Brooke will judge your social presence ;)
Join Callie as she and Cristian discuss dabbling in the HR profession in a rotational program. They talk about how you're able to figure out what you like, how Cristian used a spreadsheet to track and target rotational programs when he was getting an MBA and how the program can feel like a really long interview.
Callie and Erich talk about how to network authentically by actively listening, asking meaningful questions and getting comfortable.
They talk about the "tell" for a scripted answer and how conversations with introverts can be the best. This conversation is important for all professionals not just HR pros!
Callie and Mark talk veteran hiring including the GSD (Get Stuff Done) mentality, how it's best to start small with a veteran initiative and how it takes work on both sides (employee AND employer) to get it right.
Callie and Claire talk live from SHRM's Leadership Development Forum (LDF) about employer branding, the importance of communication, looking for the "purple squirrel" and really investing in the candidate experience.
Employer or potential employee--you don't want to miss this episode.
Callie sits down with Claire Petrie at SHRM's 2018 Leadership Development Forum (LDF) to discuss building credibility as a young professional. Along the way, they dig in on failing royally, acting like "a deer in the headlights" and mutually beneficial partnerships like mentoring. Listen in for tips on how to build your own credibility and put failure in perspective.
Callie and Deanna talk to Johnny about leadership change, how it impacts organizations, the importance of getting managers on-board and HR's role. Together they "pull back the curtain" on the org change happening at SHRM and the need for initiatives like the culture club.
Callie and Deanna talk about the good, bad and the ugly of bosses with guest Beth Lambrecht. Beth talk about faking it until you make it on stretch projects and the importance of feedback, being accountable and humble.
Callie talks to Dan Van De Voorde about his experience working in an agile organization, failing fast and moving on and staying on top of your game. Dan, "The Rare Millennial," gives the audience a look at his career thus far and describes how working outside of HR helped him cultivate his unique perspective as an HR pro.
Callie and Deanna talk with Stephanie Mardell, VP of People at Button, about building teams and the importance of developing a thoughtful, intentional recruitment process in a start-up environment. They also get into managers--the people who make or break employee engagement and how it's important to be a generalist AND a specialist. Oh, and one more thing, grit.