Today we will turn our focus to the people who make businesses go. HR is being tested like never before in our current landscape, with a fine balance between focusing on business growth and developing performance capabilities for the now – and for the future. I am joined by Jon Ingham, a people and organisation development strategist. Jon is a HR Executive ‘Top HR Tech Influencer’, an independent consultant, trainer, keynote speaker and analyst. His work helps companies apply academic research, new technology and innovation to the way they generate competitive advantages through their people. Jon was recently welcomed by IMI as part of our People Strategy Network with his session on 'HR as a Leading Growth Strategist'.This conversation was recorded on February 22nd, 2021.
#192: Enabling Relationships Between Employees w/ Jon Ingham
HRchat Podcast - Interviews with HR, Talent and Tech Experts
There is a big need for organizations to shift focus from developing individuals to enabling networks and relationships between employees. In this HRchat interview, Jon Ingham shares the why and how of developing strategic, innovative approaches to people management, and organization effectiveness. Jon is an independent consultant, trainer, keynote speaker, and analyst, Jon Ingham specializes in helping companies apply academic research, new technology, and innovation to the way they generate competitive advantage through their people. Offering support across the full breadth of people management and organization development, he responds to the increasingly profound transformations underway in the world of work.Jon is frequently listed as a key influencer in HR and is celebrated by HR Most Influential 2019 as a Mover and Shaker in the field of people strategy. He is also an HR Executive 'Top HR Tech Influencer' for 2019 and recognized in Sage's top 100 Global Business Influencers and Engagedly's Top 100 HR Influencers of 2018.Jon Ingham's latest book is called The SociaI Organization: Developing Employee Connections and Relationships for Improved Business Performance. The foreword is by recent HRchat guest Dave Ulrich.
COVID-19 and HR: What’s next? Jon Ingham on ‘the new normal’
HRD Live Podcast
Now more than ever, HR and business leaders need to come together to share insights, seek positive outcomes and work to build the businesses we need to see post-coronavirus. After a brief hiatus, the HRD Live Podcast is back. Jon Ingham, HRD Thought Leader and author of ‘The Social Organization’ joins Michael Hocking, Deputy Editor, HRD Connect, for the very first lockdown edition of the podcast, recorded remotely at the beginning of May, 2020. Jon and Michael discuss communication during COVID-19, opportunities for businesses to grow during hard times, and try their best to define ‘the new normal’ post-pandemic. Watch the full interview here or listen via your favourite podcast provider by following the links below. ICYMI: HRD’s Top Insights from April featuring Matthew Syed, Dave Ulrich and more. Listen via Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitchr, HRD Connect, or wherever you get your podcasts. Subscribe for a brand new episode every week! The post COVID-19 and HR: What’s next? Jon Ingham on ‘the new normal’ appeared first on HRD.
Social Organizations ft. Jon Ingham with peopleHum
Aishwarya Jain talks to Jon Ingham on how bringing social capital into the workforce is important! If you like the podcast, please follow this channel, so we could keep producing more content like this!
Ep. 033: HR Thought Leader Jon Ingham on the Lack of Rewards Transformation
On this week’s episode – HR thought leader and author Jon Ingham. A great conversation focused on the lack of transformation of the rewards function in the HR space. Ingham and host Mason Stevenson talk about why it’s happened, what the impact has been and how technologies such as artificial intelligence could offer some real change in the future. The chat also touches on BREXIT.
There’s an urgent need for companies to shift their focus from developing individuals to enabling networks and relationships between employees, and authentic transformation leaders know how important this is to orchestrate better business performance. In this episode, Jon Ingham, author of the book “The Social Organization” elaborates on some of the strategic, innovative approaches to people management and organisation effectiveness that leaders can consider.
What makes true Strategic Leadership?: HRD Live Podcast with Jon Ingham, Cath Bailey and Mark Bouch
HRD Live Podcast
There are a multitude of questions facing People Leaders who strive to create strategic vision in their business. Where do we need to focus most when it comes to strategic execution? Do we have the right roles, people and mindset? Do we expect the need to involve employees in strategy and strategic execution to change too? How do we empower them to do so? To answer these questions and more, Jon Ingham, strategic consultant and author of The Social Organization, Cath Bailey, VP HR, Global Commercial Business, Avon, and Mark Bouch, Managing Director, Leading Change, sat down for this special HRD Summit UK edition of the HRD Live Podcast. For more information about the HRD Summit UK 2020, visit the website. Listen via Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitchr, HRD Connect, or wherever you get your podcasts. Subscribe for a brand new episode every week! The post What makes true Strategic Leadership?: HRD Live Podcast with Jon Ingham, Cath Bailey and Mark Bouch appeared first on HRD.
The CandEs Shop Talk Podcast welcomes Jon Ingham, an HR strategist and author of The Social Organization — and a speaker at the 2019 California HR Conference. Listen in on how improving candidate experience impacts recruiting and the business bottom line.
He was in Belgium for a conference and accepted to come at our micro to speak about how businesses use social technologies and social approaches to develop their employees’ connections, relationships and conversations as strategic differentiators.Website: Strategic Dynamics Consultancy Services LtdLinkedin profile of JonHis Linkedin profile description :A consultant, trainer, speaker and writer focusing on strategic and innovative management and organisation of people.I often help businesses gain competitive advantage through the creation of human and social capital supported by effective leadership, organisation design, HR and management practices, organisation development interventions, the use of digital and social media tools, and strategic approaches to workforce analytics etc.I also help business leaders and HR teams develop their own strategic capabilities.My experience includes 30 years in engineering, IT, change management and HR (including as an HR / OD Director).I am based in the UK but work globally and I spend a lot of time in Europe, the Middle East, Asia and elsewhere. I increasingly support organisations virtually too.Specialties: A strategic perspective across the breadth of HR.Recent recognitions: HR Magazine Most Influential 2019: Mover and ShakerHR Executive Top 100 HR Tech Influencer 2019Our podcasts are available through a maximum of Podcast directories, and they are hosted on Simplecast, Soundcloud, Mixcloud and Acast. The RSS feed is generated for all directories by : Simplecast. Subscribe it's free and it will stay that way.Sponsor & synergies hrmeetup : "transforma bxl", "The Podcast Factory Org" (ASBL-VZW), "RCF".