Does teamwork always make the dream work? Elisabeth Raes, Team & Leadership Coach of Unicorn Group, Author of High Impact Teaming, opens up the discussion about the foundations of teams and teaming. Team members are first individuals with their own visions and then they become the team members. In this podcast, Elisabeth dives into how to provide a safe space for team members to reach out to their full potential.
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Episode 12 - Elisabeth Raes: High Impact Teaming
21:01Does teamwork always make the dream work? Elisabeth Raes, Team & Leadership Coach of Unicorn Group, Author of High Impact Teaming, opens up the discussion about the foundations of teams and teaming. Team members are first individuals with their own visions and then they become the team members. In this podcast, Elisabeth dives into how to provide a safe space for team members to reach out to their full potential.
Episode 11 - Evelyne Van Vosselen: Experiencing continuous performance management
27:32Evelyne Van Vosselen, HR Director of Bridgestone EMIA, invites us to talk about change but this time not a disruptive one. Change is inevitable but it is important to understand the maturity level of the organization, make use of the tools you have, bring value while you adapt and make it part of the culture.
Episode 10 - Bram de Vos: Say Hello to what your internal customers really need
35:33Bram De Vos, Chairman of the Board at Hello Customer walks us through the significant connection between the satisfaction of inner and outer customers, shows us the impact of letting your employees know their impact on the results and how this affects the relationship with your customers.
Episode 9 - Elke Jeurissen: The Inclusion Dance
38:42If diversity is being asked to the party, inclusion is being asked to dance. In this podcast, Inclusive Leadership Expert, Keynote Speaker & Author, Elke Jeurissen invites us to understand the misconceptions behind diversity and inclusion, how can companies have more diverse talent and truly include it and what steps can the diverse talent also take to better integrate.
Episode 8: Kirsten Florentie - Let’s open up HR
37:44Kirsten Florentie, VP People & Engagement at Telenet explains her vision, passion, and plan to open up work boundaries at Telenet and beyond. It inspires the HR professionals to open up HR and ensure a future-proof organization. Exceptionally, this podcast is in Dutch.
Episode 7: Michel Halet - Using Collaborative Governance to break silos
27:50More often than not companies fall into a pyramid structure and work in silos. Moving from it to collaborative governance can be a struggle so in this episode Michel Halet, the CEO of Partena Professional, shares how the company was able to get rid of the pyramid and the silos so they could be more efficient and provide a better customer experience and employee experience.
Episode 6: Anette Böhm - The "hot" Skills of the future
26:19Having an empowered and talented workforce is now more critical than ever. Earlier workforce transformations that used to take decades now occur at an unprecedentedly fast pace. By 2022 at almost 60% of all employees will require significant re- and upskilling to address the skill gap created by technological advancements. Anette Böhm, the CHRO of KBC explains in this episode how KBC re-skills and upskills its employees.
Episode 5: Els Jans - Transformation and Change as the new normal
21:36In the 1930’s the S&P 500 often had a lifespan of 90 years. In 1964, 33 years. In 2016 24 years and in 2027 it is forecasted to be only 12 years. If in the past companies could maintain the same business model for decades, today, refusing to adapt would have catastrophic consequences. In this huapii hour podcast, the CHRO of AXA Belgium, Els Jans, talks about change management and how AXA embraced the people resistant to change into their processes leading to them becoming its biggest advocates. This podcast was recorded remotely due to the global pandemic. It affected the sound quality but not the input quality of the podcast.
Episode 0: Bruce Fecheyr-Lippens - huapii hour for huapii organizations
2:51Welcome to our huapii hour! The time of the day where you can sit back, relax and be inspired by our HR experts! Bruce Fecheyr-Lippens, former Chief Talent Officer and senior HR Business partner at Euroclear and huapii co-founder explains the message behind the huapii hour and how it employee engagement is connected to the huapii values.
Episode 4: Prof. Dr. Dirk Buyens & Sarah Quataert - Mentoring vs employee empowerment
14:56Although mentoring is often forgotten, research has shown that 90% of mentors and mentees feel empowered by their mentoring relationships and have developed greater confidence. It comes as no surprise then that around 70% of Fortune 500 companies have mentoring programs and that almost 100% of those who have a mentor consider it valuable. Vlerick Business School professors Dr. Dirk Buyens & Sarah Quataert illustrate in this podcast how mentoring can help employees survive in a company. This podcast was recorded remotely due to the global pandemic. It affected the sound quality but not the input quality of the podcast.