Culture Chat

And other musings on humanizing the workplace

The Culture Chat Podcast: The Evolution of Performance Management

Kyle Fitzsimmons

In this episode, we chat with Jason Lauritsen, Keynote Speaker / Author / Consultant, JasonLauritsen.com about all things performance management. It can be at the center of the workforce operating systems fueling a more meaningful employee experience; yet has the distinct reputation as being nothing more than a soul-crusing expereince. It doesn't have to be that way.

The Culture Chat Podcast: Identifying and Overcoming Fear in the Workplace

Kyle Fitzsimmons

In this episode, we chat with Kirsty Spraggon, International Motivational Keynote Speaker / Author / Producer / TV Host. Kirsty's work deals lot with the strongest human emotion: Fear. How does fear factor into the modern workplace? How does she see fear showing up in workplace culture? How can we get better at identifying it, and what are the next steps in addressing it after it's been identified? Download this episode to find out!

The Culture Chat Podcast: Embracing the Future of Work

Kyle Fitzsimmons

In this episode, we chat with Kris Dunn, CHRO, Partner, Kinetix and Founder of Fistful of Talent, one of the most prolific and well-read Human Capital blogs on the web. We explore his journey from college hoops to HR thought-leadership, disrupting the traditional paradigms of work, and the role HR can play in helping organizations get more comfortable with evolving its business, its talent strategies, and its culture toward the Future of Work.

The Culture Chat Podcast: Culture is Easier Said Than Done

Kyle Fitzsimmons

In this episode, we chat with Dawn Hrdlica-Burke, Advisor / Speaker / WriterDawn Burke HR about why it is so easy to talk about culture yet so difficult to actually do something about it and stay committed and focused on it. Dawn and Charlie discuss how to take corporate culture to the next level while maintaining a standard of excellence through periods of growth. How we work has a lot to do with culture, but assuming you are doing the right things already and relying on organic growth simply won't translate. You need to stay intentional, actions must speak louder than words and Dawn and Charlie will explain what that means in this episode of the Culture Chat Podcast.

The Culture Chat Podcast: Business Transformation Starts with Humanity

Kyle Fitzsimmons

In this episode, we chat with Jason Seiden, Speaker / Facilitator / Consultant at Jason Seiden LLC about transformation in the workplace. Jason lays out the necessary ingredients for business transformation, why it all begins with a sense of humanity and how essential subcultures are in the process.

The Culture Chat Podcast: How to Create a Culture of Customization

Kyle Fitzsimmons

In this episode, we chat with Stephanie Waite, Director of Leadership and Organizational Development at Lurie Childrens Hospital about her philosophy of a culture of customization. She explains what that is and how she applies these principles in her workplace.

Culture Chat: How to Encourage the Right Kind of Grit in the Workplace

Maddie Grant

In this episode, we bring acclaimed author of Getting Grit: The Evidence Based Approach to Cultivating Passion, Perseverance and Purpose, Caroline Miller, BACK a second time to the Culture Chat podcast to talk about her newest book and to proclaim the start of the Grit Revolution!  

The Culture Chat Podcast: Baby Boomers' Impact on Today's Workplace

Maddie Grant

In this episode, we talked to Alex Assaley, CEO of AFS 401(k) Retirement Services. Our big question for today's conversation was, "In what ways will Baby Boomers working longer have an impact on today's workplace?"

The Culture Chat Podcast: How Mastery Can Boost Innovation in the Workplace

Maddie Grant

In this episode, we chat with Marc Lamik, Head of Innovation and Partnerships at Zalando, a European retailer making a big splash with their culture practice of Radical Agility, comprised of Purpose, Mastery and Autonomy. In this fascinating conversation, we dig into the specifics of Mastery and what that means for fostering innovation.

The Culture Chat Podcast: The Overlooked Connection Between Collegiate Design and Workplace Culture

Maddie Grant

"As companies look to recruit the best and brightest from college campuses, they are overlooking one major factor in the attraction and retention of recent graduates— incorporating campus design elements into work environments to attract young professionals. Global infrastructure and design firm, AECOM, along with contract furniture company, KI, conducted new research on collegiate design as a driver of workplace design, and set out to examine how college students like to work and how companies can apply this style within." 

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