The “Human-Friendly Workplace” podcast: How organizations succeed by making work more human
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We’ve made it our mission to help create more human workplaces. Inspired by his former employer Atlassian, Per Fragemann founded Small Improvements after experiencing a deliberate culture of successful and human-friendly collaboration. The tools used to manage work relations weren’t up to par with the great philosophy and practices. So he ventured out to build a software that seamlessly captures and supports the meaningful feedback conversations already happening between peers and managers.
Since then, a lot has happened. For the last seven years, the Small Improvements team has not only grown from 2 to 30, working with 750 customers, but we have also been lucky enough to travel around the world to hear and gather the amazing stories of successful human-friendly workplaces.
Now, we want to share these stories with you to help you create a human-friendly workplace for your employees. In our brand new podcast, “Human-Friendly Workplace”, keynote speaker, author and advisor Jason Lauritsen interviews leaders in organizations who are succeeding by making work more human.
Do you share our passion for creating human-friendly workplaces?
Then tune in to get inspired and learn the tools to create a successful one of your own!
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About Small Improvements
Small Improvements is a lean and simple performance feedback platform supporting a continuous feedback culture. Employees can praise each other, capture 1:1 meetings, recognize the great work of their peers, solicit feedback and track objectives. Using technology as an enabler, performance check-ins turn into meaningful conversations with a focus on actionable employee development.
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.