Transform Your Workplace
Summary: Aimed at small and midsize businesses and startups, this educational podcast explores a variety of human resources topics. Hosted by Brandon Laws of Xenium HR, the podcast features focused interviews with HR and business professionals with years of experience.
Carolina Casteneda del Rio, COO of Hacienda CDC, joins Brandon for a conversation about her background as a Mexican immigrant, what the differences are between the United States and Mexico related to work and culture, and implicit bias.
In this episode, happiness researcher, Nic Marks, joins us to talk about happiness! Nic is the CEO and founder of Friday Pulse, a firm that aims to improve the world of work so that every day, all of us can work happier.
In this episode, Genella Macintyre, the author of “5 Steps to Reducing Stress: Recognizing What Works”, joins the show to talk about essential strategies on understanding stress and how to reduce it.
Feedback is a valuable tool in the workplace. In this episode, we’re going to talk about the value and benefits of constructive feedback in the workplace and how to do it right with Sarah Torres-Ferrick!
Anne Donovan, President of Xenium HR, and Brandon Laws, Director of Marketing at Xenium HR, co-host and moderate a discussion with Economist John Mitchell about the state of the economy during the artificially induced recession, coined as the "Great Pause."
Today, Dr. Paul White walks us through the languages of appreciation and how we can use it at work and in our everyday life. He shares about how we can make people aware of our language and what we can do to better enhance our relationship, and ultimately transform the workplace!
Join me in this episode as we explore more of the HR world, the law, and employment rights with the funniest podcast duo, Marc and Kate! They are both employment lawyers and together, they host the Hostile Work Environment podcast!
Jennifer Blankl, a Certified Relationship & life coach, speaker, trainer, and workshop leader, joins us to talk about these universal needs. She helps professional individuals in their struggles in order to live a successfully fulfilled life.
In this episode, find out why conflict is beneficial to your organization as CrisMarie Campbell and Susan Clarke share their expertise on how to deal with those “oh $h!t!” moments in the workplace and at home.
In this episode, Daniel Wolf shares how to form a strategic team and make them successful. Listen to learn more about how to build a capable team for your next strategic initiative.
Join us in this episode, as we talk to Eric Termuende the author of Rethink Work about how we should rethink work in order to keep the right people. He is a global leader and keynote speaker who speaks about people and work. He’s on a mission to empower companies to build better teams, establish deep trust, and ultimately create an environment where everyone thrives together!
Paige Tamlyn joins us to describe why 'OK Boomer' and 'Lazy Millennials' are hurtful to people, and how we can better communicate with each generation.
In this episode, hiring and interview expert, David Lee Jensen, joins us to talk about how to hire the right people for your business. He is the best selling author of the book The Naked Interview: Hiring Without Regret and the founder of The Hiring Academy.
In this episode, leadership expert Jackie Jenkins-Scott joins us to talk about the secrets of "responsive" leadership. She is a nationally recognized leader who founded JJS Advising and wrote The 7 Secrets of Responsive Leadership: Drive Change, Manage Transitions, and Help Any Organization Turn Around wherein she provides guidance with practical advice on how to build the skills needed to become a responsive leader.
Brandon Laws and Lacey Partipio discuss Coronavirus impacts and recommendations for employers.