The HR Sound Off Podcast Show podcast

The HR Sound Off Podcast Show

Julie Turney

This podcast has been created to help shed light on some of the many misconceptions about the Human Resources profession. To show you who we are at our core and what we are passionate about, which is championing for the people in our organizations. You will learn of our struggles and our fears. You will see our human side and I hope that it makes us as real to you as you are to us.

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    Let’s Sound Off on People Science & HR Data


    Dr. Vivian Woo is the Lead People Science Analyst at Culture Amp. In this episode, we discuss the value of people data to the organization as translated by HR. If you struggle with presenting your HR data, this episode is just for you. Listen to our conversation as Vivian: Shares her HR story Defines People Science Shares the advantages and disadvantages of storing your people data in Excel Explains how HR data can help you to make wise decisions about the people in your organization If you have been considering a career in HR and are not sure where to specialize, we hope that this episode may get you more excited about people analytics.   Vivian's TV pick: 📺 What we do in the shadows   Be sure to connect with Vivian on Linkedin and if you want to learn more about Culture Amp, send an email to [email protected] to learn more.   Thanks to our sponsors at AbilitiCBT for powering this episode.  
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    Let’s Sound Off on Building The Manager’s First Aid Kit


    Joan Underwood joins me for our first episode of the new year, ringing in 2022 as we discuss Joan's: Career in HR. New book "The Manager's First Aid Kit." Passion for psychological safety in the workplace. Vision for the future of HR. I love Joan's drive to support her clients as they navigate their seat at the table, and I hope that her journey and experiences will inspire you as you continue your journey in the world of work.   Joans' booklist 📚 How Women Rise - Sally Helgesen & Marshal Goldsmith 📚 What Got You Here, Won't Get You There - Marshall Goldsmith   Buy your Copy of the 📚 Managers' First Aid Kit. Connect with Joan on LinkedIn   This Episode is sponsored by AbilitiCBT
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    Let‘s Sound Off on The HR and In-house Legal Dynamic


    What would you say if I asked you what your relationship as HR is like with your in-house legal counsel? Unfortunately, most HR teams only go to their legal counsel at the sound or sight of trouble. Most legal teams only get involved when things are getting terrible, but what if there was a way to counteract all of that by creating a good relationship from the start?   Kim Freeman joins me in the sound booth today to talk about how In-house legal teams can be more proactive and supportive to HR teams. We also chat about:   🎯 Kim's HR journey 🎯 Why in-house legal teams should try to be more well-rounded 🎯 How HR professionals can develop their legal muscle 🎯 Why she believes that HR is not useless.   Kim's top pick is The Alchemist - Paulo Coelho.   Be sure to connect with Kim on LinkedIn and follow her at Above The Rim HR.  
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    Let‘s Sound Off on Celebrating Milestones


    This is a special episode where I get the opportunity to interview Jon Thurmond and Wendy Dailey as I celebrate two years in podcasting, and they get ready to celebrate 200 episodes.   I have learned a lot about podcasting from Jon and Wendy, and they have been so unselfish in what they share with me, I wanted to give a little something back to them to thank them.   In this episode, we : 🦸🏽‍♀️ Geek out about Marvel comics, movies & cartoons (15 minutes, stay with us) 🦹‍♀️ Learn how Jon and Wendy met and started their show HR Social Hour 🦸‍♂️ Listen to their advice on creating and maintaining a podcast 🦸🏾 Learn what is next for Jon and Wendy   Also, listen out for our debate as to whether or not Die Hard is a Christmas movie 🤣🤣🤣   The only resources we shared related to Marvel and Christmas Movies, so be sure to catch: 📽 Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings 📽 Super Hero Squad 📽 Fantastic Spiderman 📽 M.O.D.O.K. 📽 Hit Monkey 📽 Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengence 📽 Hawkeye 📽 Hawkeye Vol 1,  My Life As A Weapon 📽 Home Alone 1 & 2 📽 Die Hard 📽 Raya and the Last Dragon 📽 Captain Marvel 📽 It's a Wonderful Life 📽 A Christmas Story   Be sure to follow Jon and Wendy on LinkedIn and listen to the HR Social Hour HR Social Hour on Twitter All things Jon Thurmond Wendy - My Dailey Journey
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    Let‘s Sound Off On HR Tech: Introducing ‘Unpacking‘


    Kristina Ashley Williams (she/her) is a leading voice in organizational cultures, futurist thinking, and inclusive design, known for her illuminating personality and experiential learning innovations. She currently serves as CEO of two dynamic ventures. Focused on the future of work, Unpacking is an online learning & certifications platform for diversity, equity, and inclusion. As the great-great niece of Jackie Robinson, her award-winning work is not just about passion; it is legacy. Williams has received notable recognition from the NAACP, Beyoncé's BEYGood Foundation, Boys & Girls Clubs of America, Techstars, Verizon, TechCrunch, and more.     In this episode, Kristina and I discuss: 🎯 Why she created Unpacking 🎯 What customers can expect as they experience the platform 🎯 The challenges faced as a black woman building a tech startup 🎯 Why she believes that HR teams in the US need to become more diverse    Kristina shares her joys and fears as a black female business owner in the DEI space, and I could not be more proud of her. This episode is a bit longer than usual, but you will soon see why and hope that you, too, will respect the power of the pause.   Kristina's resource picks Building For Everyone - Annie Jean-Baptiste Brené Brown Podcasts Real Housewives - Every superhero needs some downtime 🙃   Please check out Unpacking and follow Kristina to learn more about her excellent work, and she continues to support organizations in extending their DEI strategies.
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    Let‘s Sound Off on HR Community: Introducing CollabHR


    Alisha Harris describes herself as a Wife, Mother, Daughter, Sister, Friend, and your HR Advocate, and she means it. This week Alisha joins me to talk about the new HR community she has created called CollabHR.   In this episode, you will learn: 🎯 What is CollabHR 🎯 Why Alisha Created the community 🎯 What CollabHR can do for you as an HR professional and lots more   It is no secret that I love HR tech and so excuse Alisha and me while we geek out a bit on HR tech and why she chose to combine her love for HR and startups together to be her own boss.   Be sure to follow Alisha on LinkedIn, check out CollabHR and join the community. The more we support each other, the better.   Alisha Book Choice 📚 The Wake Up - Michelle MiJung Kim
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    Let‘s Sound Off on HR Learning: Introducing The Academy To Innovate HR (AIHR)


    Upskilling and Reskilling in HR are words that we hear all the time. We work very hard to develop learning opportunities for the employees we serve,  but what about HR? Where can we go to effectively upskill and reskill to prepare us for that next role or to widen our scope of knowledge and expertise in HR? I am very honoured today to introduce you to The Academy to Innovate HR (AIHR).   In this week's episode, I talk to Erik van Vulpen one of the Founders of AIHR. In this episode, we discuss: 🎯 Why Erik and his business partner Nando Steenhuis started AIHR 🎯 Their course content and structure 🎯 The AIHR T-Shaped HR Assessment and why you should take it. 🎯 The AIHR Community   Listen out for Nando's view on the purpose of HR and advice that we would give to his younger self.   Nando's book pick: The Leadership Pipeline by Ram Charan, Steve Drotter and Jim Noel
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    Let‘s Sound Off on HR Tech Introducing: The Happiness Index


    Matt Phelan joins me live and direct from this years CIPD conference in my home town of Manchester. Matt is the Co-Founder and Co-CEO of The Happiness Index and is passionate about his mission to improve the way organizations treat people. A mission that completely aligns with my values.   The Happiness Index helps organizations measure the key employee engagement and happiness drivers to power their people strategy. Underpinned by neuroscience, The Happiness Index platform will help you understand how your people think, feel and behave. Their data-driven insights will enable you to boost retention, productivity and performance.   In this episode, Matt and I discuss: Why measuring emotions at work matters How measuring engagement and happiness impacts your people decisions Why we need to rethink the statement "if you can measure it, you can manage it." How to become more proactive in recognizing disengaged or unhappy employees How to gain freedom through disconnecting from social media   Matt has also graciously agreed to send ten free copies of his book "Freedom To Be Happy" to the first ten listeners of this show. So if you want to win a free copy of his book, send the words #freedomtobehappy along with your address to [email protected], and I will share your information with Matt so that you can get your free copy of his book. Winners of this competition will be announced across our social media.
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    Let‘s Sound Off on HR Tech: Introducing Bonusly


    Victoria Yang joins me this week to introduce you to Bonusly. Bonusly is a fun and easy-to-use employee engagement platform that has an incredible impact on motivation and morale. If you have been searching for a platform to help you to encourage frequent and timely recognition, then Bonusly is the one for you.    Recently I shared my thoughts on compassion and empathy in the workplace in one of Bonusly's blogs, so I thought it would be great to learn more about them and share their platform with you.   Victoria is their VP of People Operations, and so while we talked shop, we also took some time to discuss: 🎯 Victoria's HR origin story 🎯 Advice she would give to her younger self 🎯 How working at Bonusly has affected the way she looks at employee engagement 🎯 Why she is proud to be in HR 🎯 Advice for HR professionals on how to get leadership to support your engagement initiatives   Victoria's Book Pick's 📚 Just Work - Kim Scott 📚 The Making of a Manager - Julie Zhuo   The future looks bright for Victoria and Bonusly, so please be sure to connect with Victoria on LinkedIn and learn more about Bonusly.
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    Let‘s Sound Off on: Managing Conflict in Leadership


    Do you struggle with having difficult conversations with your leadership? Are you tired of being seen as the cleanup crew instead of being a part of the immediate response team? Then you are going to love today's show.   Liz Kislik is one of the most wonderful human beings I have ever met. Today, she shares her insights on how HR can manage difficult conversations when we feel misaligned with our leadership.   Liz works as a consultant, coach, and facilitator to help leaders move their companies and careers forward. She shares her professional advice as a contributor to Harvard Business Review, Forbes, and Entrepreneur and speaker for TEDx and other organizations.   In this episode, Liz shares: 🎯 Her career journey 🎯 Tips on how to have courageous conversations with your leadership 🎯 Reasons why misalignment with leadership occurs 🎯 Why HR should be taking vitamins instead of aspirin 🎯 Why HR needs to start accepting help 🎯 How to stay on top of critical issues in our profession   Listen out for Liz' take on coaching, her broom analogy and that one misconception about HR that bothers her and why.   Be sure to follow Liz on LinkedIn and check out her website for her free download to help you identify and resolve interpersonal conflicts in the workplace.  

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