Rank #1: What Can We Learn From Politics?
We just finished one of the most difficult and divisive political periods in our lives. What can we, as business and HR leaders, learn from this? In this podcast I discuss how to deal with politics at work, and also the broader issue of our own role as citizens. And I discuss why we, as business and HR leaders, play an enormous role in the political and economic lives of our constituents.
Jan 17 2021
Rank #2: Public Health In The Workplace: What You Need To Know
More resources below:
Public Health: A New Imperative For HR The Big Reset Playbook: What’s Working Now, Josh Bersin Academy
The Remote Work Bootcamp, Josh Bersin Academy
Resilient HR, Josh Bersin Academy, developed in partnership with Accenture
Voice, Values, and HR, Josh Bersin Academy
Business Resilience: The Best Practices in Pandemic Response, Josh Bersin Academy
Nov 22 2020
Rank #3: The Biden Win: And What We Have Learned About Leadership
Nov 09 2020
Rank #4: What To Do About BigTech? Unpacking The Congressional Report.
- What is the role of business in society?
- Why have these companies become so important and possibly dangerous?
- What can we learn about the leadership and culture of large organizations?
- What will be the impact of these companies on society, the economy, and trust?
Read the report itself here.
Oct 12 2020
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Rank #5: The Pandemic Economy: It Has Arrived
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Rank #6: Not Just Diversity and Equity: The New Corporate Focus on Belonging
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The value of belonging at work, in HBR
Women in the Workplace 2019, by McKinsey
Introducing People Success: Helping People Be their Best and Do their Best at Work, Glint
Why Inclusive Leaders Are Good for Organizations, and How to Become One.
The Trouble with Gender Targets
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Diversity at work: The practice of inclusion (p. 3–54). Jossey-Bass. https://
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exclusion and whites’ reactions to multiculturalism.
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The relationship between social and physical pain.
Why rejection hurts.
Walton, G. M., & Cohen, G. L. (2007).
A question of belonging: Race, social fit, and achievement. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 92(1), 82–96.
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Making it safe: the effects of leader inclusiveness and professional status on psychological safety and improvement efforts in health care teams, Ingrid M. Nembhard Amy C. Edmondson
Value Inclusion, Belonging, and Equity for All, by Workday
Sep 07 2020
Rank #7: August Reflections: Four Big Lessons From The Pandemic
Aug 08 2020
Rank #8: Not Just Diversity, Unity
Jul 13 2020
Rank #9: Employee Engagement Is Skyrocketing. What's Going On?
Jul 04 2020
Rank #10: Ten Positive Things From The Pandemic: Society, Business, and Life
The Coronavirus has created a lot of problems: unemployment, health, political fighting, and income inequality. But there are positives too. In this podcast I highlight ten positive things that are coming from the Pandemic, and many of these will last for years to come.
Jun 14 2020