Our fifth guest is Sarah Mason, Sarah is the Chief People Officer at Foxtons, London’s leading Estate Agency. Her background covers a wide range of HR roles focused on improving the performance of organisations through good people practices. This includes roles in L&D, recruitment, organisational design, change management and HR leadership to ensure businesses have the people, structure and results they need. Sarah is a Chartered Fellow of the CIPD and is an active member of the HR community, including acting as a mentor in the CIPD’s programme for Aspiring HRDs. Alongside her HR background, Sarah has a focus on Business Psychology and takes an evidence-based approach in her work. She has a BSc in Psychology and an MSc in Organisational Psychology and has previously been a Board Member of the Association of Business Psychology.
Episode 4 - An interview with Sarah Mason, Chief People Officer at Foxtons on diversity, inclusion and maintaining a close-knit company culture
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Chief People Officer, Sarah Mason FCIPD discusses the importance of diversity and inclusion at Foxtons and how they've been using digital and performance management platforms to keep their D&I communities and hybrid teams connected and maintain their close-knit company culture.
There Are Other Ways: Conversations About Living Life a Little Differently
Sarah Mason is a filmmaker and photographer, living in Yorkshire with her wife and business partner Suzi, and daughter Olive. They've been clients of mine for a little while now, and I'm constantly amazed by how consistently creative and explorative Sarah is.Over a mug of tea (her) and coffee (me) we chatted about how she got into photography, the creative gap, what it's like working with her wife, and the impact of Instagram on photography and how we interact with photos. We also talked about the idea that is at the heart of their business, and what Sarah is always trying to capture: the feeling of home. Sarah's website: https://www.sarahmasonphotography.co.uk/Sarah's Instagram: @sarahmasonphotouk(BTW, the photo I mention of me on the train eating a croissant was taken when I was about 4 or 5 years old - I forgot to say and listening back it sounded like it was taken a year or so ago! I'm a messy eater but not that messy!)
Suzi talks to Lizaveta Merliak, International Secretary of the Belarussian Independent Trade Union BNP, about the massive protest movement in the streets in Belarus since August 9, when the blatantly fraudulent election results were announced. President Lukashenko claimed he won 80% of the votes in a deteriorating economic situation and escalating pandemic -- which the government ignored, while spending lavishly on WWII parades. Hundreds of thousands have taken to the streets, workers have downed their tools to go on strike and join the protest movement – while President Lukashenko has dug in, doubling down on repression and shocking the world with the regime’s brutality. Sarah Mason, a former Lyft driver and DoorDasher, now a grad student studying platform mediated labor, talks to Suzi about the California Supreme Court decision and Assembly Bill 5, which have determined that Uber, Lyft, Instacart, Doordash and Postmates are not tech apps, but driving companies, and their workers are employees, not independent contractors. The Court has issued an injunction against the companies, and they in turn have threatened to halt services in California until November when voters will vote on their sponsored Proposition 22, which would give them a carveout, an exemption to the law to deny their drivers rights and protections like minimum wage, sick leave and safety protections.
Adapt as you go BUT most importantly be true to yourself with Sarah Mason!
Ladies!!!I'm so pumped because in this episode I had the honor of chatting with Sarah Mason! Sarah is the owner/founder or Cape Cod Nail Co. Ladies, if you know me you know I love everything and anything Cape Cod and oh of course ANYTHING to do with nails! I'm so pumped to have this recording out because Sarah open up to us sharing how and why she started her business! She shares some wonderful insights on how she is remaining so calm during a global pandemic and what her inspiration is behind her nail colors!If you are in the Cape Cod are you ladies BETTER check her out! Connect with Sarah below!Capecodnailco.cominsta @capecodnailcoFacebook @capecodnailcoHey Ladies...Wish to book one of the values calls I was chatting about in the episode! GO ahead and click the link below and let's chat about growing your business with the combinations of manifestation and structure :)https://calendly.com/lmhanover11/value-call
Sarah Mason, CPO at Foxtons on the importance on line manager coaching and measurable outcomes
This week Kevin sits down with Sarah Mason, Chief People Officer at Foxtons. Sarah's career has taken so many twists and turns, starting in sales and moving into the people space via recruitment and further study. Aside from her career journey, Kevin and Sarah discuss the importance of good line manager coaching and measurable outcomes. The latter being a topic very close to Kevin's heart and a practice that Sarah has put to successful use in many roles. "Commercial, measurable outcomes, linked to practices that you have done is always a proud moment for me."
Ep 3: Ciara C. Knight & Sarah Mason - Becoming Culturally Responsive and Situational Aware
In today's episode we speak with two professional evaluators about listening to context. Ciara C Knight has over 10 years of professional experience in program evaluation and applied research stretching many different communities. Ciara Knight is a masters-trained professional in Industrial/Organizational Psychology and is currently pursuing her doctorate degree in Evaluation and Applied Research at Claremont Graduate University. Sarah Mason is a Honorary Fellow at the Centre for Program Evaluation, The University of Melbourne where she has taught classes in quantitative methods and mixed methods for evaluation. Over the past 15 years, Sarah has led research and evaluation projects internationally around the globe. Sarah has an MA in Evaluation and Applied Research Methods from Claremont Graduate University (CGU) and is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in the same field. She regularly presents at international conferences and was recently awarded a Faster Forward Fund scholarship for innovative ideas in evaluation.
This week we bring back our look at Season One of Jericho, discussing the episode “Black Jack.” We also have news and discussion of the upcoming San Diego Comic Con event. Enjoy! News:Comic ConWe believe that we will be getting some type of announcement at Comic Con regarding Jericho’s future. We all need to be [...]