Sandi and Jen discuss the opportunities and issues of coming back to work after the pandemic. They talk about the opportunity to remake and restart the workplace culture, that we are never going back to the same workplace, that work and home have collided, that short an long term decisions need to happen as a manager and how are you standing in the company values as you reshape the workplace.
Sandi and Jen speak with expert Renee Bazile-Jones about Diversity Equity and Inclusion in the workplace. They describe what DE&I is, how is it being done, what is currently right and what is wrong. They discuss leadership and DE&I and unconscious bias. Renee discusses data for good DE&I. She also relays an example about good DE&I practices. They also discuss the uncomfortable conversations about understanding this issue with leaders and managers.
Jen and Sandi have an in-depth conversation with Ben Harris, President of Production Solutions, about how to be an effective leader when leading a primarily remote workforce. Ben shares his experience, insights and strategies after having transitioned his company to over 70% remote working in 2015.
Sandi and Jen talk with Gary Anderson, ‘Chief Empowerment Officer’ of Nova Mutual Insurance. Gary believes that culture will drive results and on this podcast they are going to tap into some to the interesting things that Gary and his team are doing. The discussion covers servant leadership, self-managed teams and producing results with culture.
Sandi and Jen sit down with Tony Gareri, CEO and “Chief of WOW” of Roma Mouldings and talk about the importance of generating a productive workplace culture. Find out in’s and out’s of how Tony and his team have developed a passionate, open, fun and caring company culture keep the business successful! He talks about seven specific tactics he and his leadership team have engaged and have now taken root in the business, helping grow to the profitable and growing business it has become.
In this episode Master Coaches Jen and Sandi talk about change. Workplace organizations are going through seismic shifts in how work is getting done and leaders are faced with charting this new course in addition to getting everyone aligned to move forward together into the unknown of mid- and post-pandemic work.