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41 - Angela Shaw (Chief People Officer, JuiceLand)

The Modern People Leader

Angela Shaw, Chief People Officer at JuiceLand, joined us on The Modern People Leader.  We talked about her nontraditional path into HR, uninviting people from the party if they can’t get behind your organization's shared beliefs, and bucking industry norms when it’s the right thing to do.  Timestamps: Angela’s nontraditional path into HR (4:20), her first 30, 60, 90 days on the job as the new CPO at JuiceLand (9:10), creating shared beliefs, shared knowledge, and shared action with DEI efforts (12:05), why the fight over who should own DEI is so frustrating (15:46), bucking the industry norms when it’s the right thing to do (26:55), staying true to who you are and what you represent (33:07), and finding balance and learning how to say NO (40:00).  If you have any feedback for the MPL podcast or would like to connect, don't hesitate to reach out on LinkedIn: Daniel Huerta and Stephen Huerta

48mins

30 Sep 2021

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65: Angela Shaw, Chief People Officer, JuiceLand

My HR Journey

Connect with Angela: https://www.linkedin.com/in/angelalshaw/ Connect with Steve: https://www.linkedin.com/in/steve-watson-cpa/

30mins

15 Sep 2021

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082 Angela Shaw on Building Connections and Relationships

Unlabeled Leadership

I invite guests to share personal stories about acts of leadership that help shape their lives. In Episode 82, Angela Shaw talks about how someone helped inspired her to consider other viewpoints. She then discusses the effect one manager had on her with how they developed their relationship. Finally, Angela encourages us to consider some ways to connect with other employees in our organizations. Prologue Angela is the Chief People Officer at Juiceland in Austin, Texas. She is a steward to the HR, instructor, volunteer, speaker, and models inclusiveness, empathy, and lifelong learning. 01:27 Part 1: Viewpoint Limitations In this story, Angela describes how someone helped her rethink how she considers other people’s viewpoints. She explains how this relates to grace. 17:48 Part 2: Caring Concern Angela shares the effect one manager had by how they developed their relationship. She talks about why some people find it challenging to openly discuss social-political news, such as the Black Lives Matter movement, the murder of unarmed Americans, and hate crimes against Asian-Americans. 13:57 Part 3: Connecting through Similarities During the 21stCentury, organizations have made several advances in diversifying their workforce. While the shift is crucial, Angela encourages us to consider additional ways to connect with other employees. _________________________________ How You Can Support the Show Unlabeled Leadership is a free service for people to learn about leadership. If you want to support the show, you can make a $0.99 donation. Your support reduces production expenses. https://anchor.fm/unlabeled-leadership/support No transcript available (future enhancement) Episode links 82 Angela’s LinkedIn Profile Podcast Episode 004: Judy Hale and the Brown Suit Gary DePaul’s website  Gary’s books: What the Heck Is Leadership and Why Should I Care? Nine Practices of 21st Century Leadership Background Music You can find all the musical tracks at Envato Elements. 00:00 Theme music: Uplift Corporate Inspire by OlexandrIgnatov 01:08 Stranger by V-Audio 07:30 Move Your Lounge by V-Audio 13:38 Funking Together by V-Audio 18:42 Fun and Flirty by BrownHouseMedia Lead on! Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/unlabeled-leadership/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/unlabeled-leadership/support

19mins

5 Aug 2021

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Episode 12: Angela Shaw (Sr. HR Leader, Adjunct Professor and Public Speaker)

Pay Matters with David Weaver

In this episode, I’m joined by Angela Shaw and we talk about HR trends, DEI initiatives and her career re-invention.Angela can be found on LinkedIn at: https://www.linkedin.com/in/angelalshaw/The award-winning and bestselling HR book Pay Matters can be found at https://paymattersbook.com/ or on Amazon.

26mins

24 Jun 2021

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Bug In The Ear -- Angela Shaw

The Candidate Experience Podcast

Welcome to the ‘Bug In The Ear’ episode, where HR Leader, Angela L. Shaw SHRM-SCP SPHR is my special guest. We cover several important topics during our conversation including: DEI, Metrics, virtual hiring, candidate experience, and more.  If you like what you're hearing on this podcast please subscribe wherever you enjoy podcasts and please share with others. Want to comment, discuss, provide feedback you can send me a note via LinkedIn, or via the contact form on our website TheCX.xyz or via audio message below.  Thank you for listening!  Chuck Solomon  Host of The Candidate Experience Podcast  This episode was recorded in June, 2021  and the full episode originally aired on June 18, 2021.  Resources:  Angela L. Shaw SHRM-SCP SPHR on LinkedIN https://www.linkedin.com/in/angelalshaw/ #candidateexperience #candidatejourney #employerbrand #HR #talentacquisition #culture #workplaceculture #recruiting #worklifebalance #talent #worklifeboundaries #recruitmentmarketing #employerbranding #diversity #diversityandinclusion #hiring #networking #career #WFH #zoomfatigue #on-boarding #HR #mentalhealth, #resilience, #transparency, #ATS, #universityrecruiting, #DEI Transcript: Chuck Solomon  0:00 Hey, Angela, how are you today? Angela Shaw  0:24 Hey, Chuck, I'm great. How are you today? Chuck Solomon  0:27 I'm doing well, Happy Friday to you. Angela Shaw  0:30 Thank you so much happy Friday to you, too. Chuck Solomon  0:33 Thank you. I appreciate you coming on today. I would love to, if you could share a little bit about your backstory and sort of how you got into your career with my listeners. Angela Shaw  0:49 Absolutely. So my first job was for state government, just kind of stable career good benefits, you know, defined retirement, I started out in an administrative role. And I could see different people doing their jobs. And I really liked the way HR, just the people interaction part of it. And so what I did was I put a bug in my supervisors ear, that's really that's really a like route I feel like I would be good at and I would love to take, and it just so happened that are all around HR accounting person left, and I was able to take on some duties. And the first thing I did was a sexual harassment training, the interaction that I had with the group, it really put a fire in me. And I said to myself, this is what I'm going to do. And I started looking for a job in an HR department, still in a state agency, and I got one that wasn't 1999. And I've never looked back since then. Chuck Solomon  2:00 Awesome. I love it bug in the ear. View the full transcript at https://docs.google.com/document/d/11RBZa05bVMUFK49VtJ8EjSyIHcrmiHXi_nWB96IdOwA/edit?usp=sharing --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/candidate-experience/support

27mins

18 Jun 2021

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Bug In The Ear -- Angela Shaw - TRAILER

The Candidate Experience Podcast

Welcome to the ‘Bug In The Ear’ episode, where HR Leader, Angela L. Shaw SHRM-SCP SPHR is my special guest. We cover several important topics during our conversation including: DEI, Metrics, virtual hiring, candidate experience, and more. If you like what you're hearing on this podcast please subscribe wherever you enjoy podcasts and please share with others. Want to comment, discuss, provide feedback you can send me a note via LinkedIn, or via the contact form on our website TheCX.xyz or via audio message below. Thank you for listening! Chuck Solomon Host of The Candidate Experience Podcast This episode was recorded in June, 2021  and the full episode originally aired on June 18, 2021. Resources: Angela L. Shaw SHRM-SCP SPHR on LinkedIN https://www.linkedin.com/in/angelalshaw/ #candidateexperience #candidatejourney #employerbrand #HR #talentacquisition #culture #workplaceculture #recruiting #worklifebalance #talent #worklifeboundaries #recruitmentmarketing #employerbranding #diversity #diversityandinclusion #hiring #networking #career #WFH #zoomfatigue #on-boarding #HR #mentalhealth, #resilience, #transparency, #ATS, #universityrecruiting, #DEI --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/candidate-experience/support

1min

15 Jun 2021

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PeasOnMoss Quick Bite: Dr. Angela Shaw on looking at both sides of a food science position

PeasOnMoss Podcast

10mins

23 Jan 2021

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Black Talent in Today's Workforce: Is There Enough? Or Are We Intentionally Not Looking for It? | Angela Shaw

You're Doing it Wrong with Mark Henderson Leary

When it comes to black talent in today's workforce, do you believe there's not enough of it? Or maybe, we just aren't intentionally looking for it?Today, we're bringing back Angela Shaw to dive deeper into what every day feels like for a black person, especially in the workplace, and how people need to intentionally welcome diversity into their business instead of depending on systems that are currently in place. And how we do that? Ironically, it's not through large movements and aggressive battle cries - it's as simple as sitting down, having genuine conversations, and actively pushing for diversity in the workplace.8:17 - Black talent in today's workforce: if there not enough? or are we not looking for it?11:22 - A diverse workforce is a better workforce20:30 - Diverse people often have to assimilate to the white standard of professionalism.27:00 - White people don't consciously think about equality because they don't live in fear of prejudice.28:06 - Change starts with cleaning your own house. Revolutionary change is expensive - start with small steps.33:00 - Diversity - does it have any benefits to your life as a whole?40:16 - The line between supporting black culture and appropriation.51:06 - Lack of understanding is what creates fear.1:04:00 - Small changes are more digestible. Dramatic changes create barriers and make people defensive.1:12:45 - Being picked out because you're the only one is definitely better than being ignored because you're the only one.1:19:50 - Angela's passionate plea to entrepreneurs"Get to know people who are different than you, give value to their stories and let it change the way you do things" GET IN TOUCH:Mark Leary:  www.linkedin.com/in/markhlearywww.leary.ccAngela Shaw:www.linkedin.com/in/angelalshaw Production credit:Engineering / Post-Production: Jim McCarthyArt / Design: Immanuel Ahiable

1hr 22mins

28 Oct 2020

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S2 - Ep.6 Angela Shaw vividly recounts historical, eye-opening stories of what it means to be Black and educated in the US.

Folks Around The World with Amie Mouneimne

Angela Shaw, one of the few African American women to graduate Harvard Law school in the 70's, recounts her family history and shares what it was like to be Black in the US as a child and young adult. Through Angela's magical tales, we visit affluent neighborhoods of her past, once cultural and educational hubs for the Black community and we get a  haunting glimpse into what they have become today. We journey through her romantic affair from New York to Europe where she met the love of her life. Angela also gives candid advice to Black youth in the US. Is there any hope? Decide for yourself after you partake in a very fun and eye-opening journey!

1hr 9mins

13 Oct 2020

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What It's Really Like To Be Black In America Right Now | Phil Walker & Angela Shaw

You're Doing it Wrong with Mark Henderson Leary

In today's episode, I am joined by Phil Walker and Angela Shaw to discuss a subject that is both sensitive and important at the same time. We talk about how it feels like being ambitious, capable, entrepreneurial, driven, and black in the US right now. We'd like to believe that America has come a long way in terms of equality and opportunities, but in light of the events that transpired last month, a lot of people who think racism doesn't exist or isn't a big deal, and there are opportunities that come easier to us compared to our black counterparts. GET IN TOUCH:MARK LEARY: www.linkedin.com/in/markhlearywww.leary.cc PHIL WALKER:www.cpiaustin.comwww.facebook.com/cpiaustin  www.linkedin.com/company/career-partners-international-austin  ANGELA SHAW:www.linkedin.com/in/angelalshaw  Production credit:Engineering / Post-Production: Jim McCarthyArt / Design: Immanuel Ahiable

1hr 15mins

26 Aug 2020

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