Human-friendly Workplace

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Leaders and organizations around the world are succeeding by making work more human. Tune in to get inspired by their stories and learn how to make your workplace more human-friendly.

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Season 1

Episode #0
How organizations succeed by making work more human
We've been lucky enough to hear and gather the amazing stories of successful human-friendly workplaces. In this teaser, we share how this podcast will help you create one for your employees.
Episode #1
Culture, core values, transparency and feedforwards
Find out how Tim Sae Koo’s, co-founder and CEO at TINT, attention to culture, core values, transparency and feedback have helped create a human-friendly workplace.
Episode #2
Culture in times of growth and servant-based leadership
Graham Moody, People and Culture Manager at Ansarada, shares how to preserve culture during rapid growth and a business shift, and he explains the role of servant-based leadership.
Episode #3
Creating engagement and loyalty by giving back to employees
Employee Wellness Administrator at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center Mitch Martens details how he rolled out a wellness initiative that’s benefitted over 9,000 employees.

Better feedback is crucial to building a happier, more engaged workplace
Download our free performance management eBook for a roadmap to creating a human-friendly workplace
Episode #4
Applying the tools of agile development in HR to drive success
Vistaprint's Head of Talent and Experience Transformation Colleen Fuller explains why one-size-fits-all approaches don’t work for today’s workforce and how integral it is to listen to employees and create real conversations.
Episode #5
The power of purpose in attracting and retaining talent
The founder & CEO of the Sustainable Restaurant Group, Kristofor Lofgren, shares how to create a devoted workforce of leaders by treating employees like adults and showing empathy, sympathy, compassion, and thoughtfulness.
Episode #6
Creating values that transcend cultures
Tony Levitan, Chief People Officer at ServiceRocket, shares how to bring together different cultures and give them more agency by establishing a shared mindset and vocabulary.
Bonus #
Menlo Innovations: Trust and radical transparency in a bossless company
On a scale of 1 to 10, where would you rank your organization on trust? At Menlo Innovations, it’s the culture cornerstone that has allowed them to create a unique working environment.

Jason Lauritsen

Keynote speaker, author and employee engagement consultant

Jason Lauritsen is an employee engagement and workplace culture expert who will challenge you to think differently.

A former corporate Human Resources executive, Jason has dedicated his career to helping leaders build organizations that are good for both people and profits.

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