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Co-hosts Jaime Klein (founder and president of Inspire HR) and Keri Schoenbrun lead curated conversation about leadership, culture and the changing world of work. They are joined by other business leaders to discuss stories, policies and decisions that define workplace culture today. We hope these stories become your stories, helping you manage talent initiatives in a way that is proactive and informed.
 
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Truth, Lies & Workplace Culture

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Truth, Lies & Workplace Culture

Leanne Elliott, MBPsS, CBP, MSc Psychology

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Do ping-pong tables and pizza Friday make a great culture? (Hint: no!) What about hybrid workplaces - does productivity suffer? (Hint: Not necessarily!) How would a service-based business owner build a great team so they can sell & exit? (Hint: There are only three steps required!) Join husband and wife team Al & Leanne Elliott as they dispel myths, impart wisdom and answer all your questions about finding, keeping and motivating great people.
 
Relationships at Work - the Employee Experience and Workplace Culture Podcast focuses on creating and fostering a healthy work environment. Host Russel Lolacher will discuss the topics that matter with experts in this area to help with the success of your organization, regardless of industry, giving you the information, education, strategies and tips to better connect with all levels of your organization. From vision and mission to communication to feedback to onboarding, there are so many a ...
 
Wellbeing is the most misunderstood, misaligned, and undervalued asset in business today. This needs to change. To address this, Daryl Brown and Lina Mbirkou are igniting conversations around measurable and accountable methods and processes for developing a thriving, generative, conscious workplace culture. Here they will interview other industry leaders about workplace wellbeing, who understand the critical nature of working with how humans thrive and are motivated to give of their best, as ...
 
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We can’t rely on yesterday’s tools for today’s talent acquisition and onboarding needs - especially given the whiplash climate of talent shortage, hiring freezes, and resignations. It’s time to evaluate what works today and into the future, so you can be competitive moving forward. Join us as we welcome talent acquisition experts to discuss: * What…
 
Britain's Healthiest Workplace Survey (which informs the awards) was established to help businesses of sizes support their employees to be happier, healthier and more productive Founded by Vitality and free to take part, Britain's Healthiest Workplace survey: Gives you deep insight into your employee’s lifestyle, physical and mental health, and the…
 
In this episode of Relationships at Work, Russel chats with author, keynote speaker and i4CP CEO Kevin Oakes on research-backed actions leadership can take to culture change their organization for the better. Kevin shares his thoughts, stories and experience with... What to consider in a listening strategy. The mindset shift needed for a cultural r…
 
In this episode of Relationships at Work, Russel chats with author and Inspiring Comfort CEO Jen Marr on the importance of prioritizing care and comfort in the workplace. Jen shares her thoughts, stories and experience with... Empathy isn’t enough in building connection with others How comfort and care can be effective to build connection at work T…
 
Toughen up. Be a man. Boys don’t cry. Centuries of social conditioning have created a stigma around men’s mental health and burnout. And it’s killing them. 75% of suicides are men. Suicide is the biggest cause of death among men under 50. Men experience higher rates of cancer, heart disease and addiction - physical health conditions associated with…
 
In this episode of Relationships at Work, Russel chats with author and CEO of the Armah Institute of Emotional Justice Esther A. Armah on racial healing and the emotional justice road map for the workplace. Esther shares her thoughts, stories and experience with... How the language of whiteness shows up in DEI and the workplace The difference betwe…
 
Is burnout the next global pandemic? In Part 1 of this 2-part series, we learned that we could be on track to lose more than half of our workforce due to absenteeism and turnover as a result of burnout. For businesses to survive, and thrive, well-being and burnout prevention need to be at the top of the agenda. In Part 2, we welcome back our panel …
 
In this episode of Relationships at Work, Russel chats with organizational psychologist and SparkPath founder JP Michel on the importance of approaching career planning with a challenge mindset rather than solely on job titles and a "what do you want to be when you grow up" stance. JP shares his thoughts, stories and experience with... how to look …
 
Is burnout the next global pandemic? Rates of burnout are on the rise. The State of Workplace Burnout 2023 Report found an increase in burnout rates from 29.6% in 2020 to 38.1% in 2022. We could be on track to lose more than half of our workforce due to absenteeism and turnover as a result of burnout. How do we stop it? In this episode, we speak to…
 
In the second part of our predictions series, Al & Leanne make their predictions about what will happen in the world of People & Culture in 2023. In this episode, we cover: Why transparency is going to be vital in 2023 How we can use technology to manager burnout What role wearables might have in well-being How a culture of well-being could reduce …
 
In this episode of Relationships at Work, Russel chats with six-time best-selling co-author, podcast host and keynote speaker Scott Stratten on the impacts of bad leadership and how unlearning and unleadership (defying traditional norms) is the path to better relationships at work. Scott shares his thoughts, stories and experience with... How bad a…
 
In part 1 of 2, Al & Leanne make their predictions about what will happen in the world of People & Culture in 2023. Part 2 will be out in the first week of January. Links: You can find Leanne on LinkedIn and Twitter For bonus content, full interviews and sneak peeks of future episodes, follow us on LinkedIn, Instagram, Twitter, TikTok and YouTube…
 
As the first year of the Relationships at Work podcast comes to an end, host Russel Lolacher shares his gratitude for the experience producing the show. As well, after multiple discussions with leaders in employee experience, leadership and workplace culture, and his own experiences focusing in this area, he shares the... Top three things that he f…
 
Leanne's been a Business Psychologist for almost 15 years, but unlike a lot of her peers, she's spent 8+ years in the field as a leader and manager, actually implementing the theory she learnt in her Master's degree. This is the untold story of your co-host of the Truth, Lies & Workplace Culture Podcast. We’re a few episodes in and realised we’ve n…
 
In 2005, Al Elliott was named in the Top 42 entrepreneurs Under 42 in the UK. By 2007 he was bankrupt for £103,000. By 2008 he’d built an ethically-driven multimillion-pound property business, a portfolio that he still holds today. This is the untold story of your co-host of the Truth, Lies & Workplace Culture Podcast. We’re a few episodes in and r…
 
Creative, innovative, high-performing teams with positive well-being that are engaged and committed to your business - every leader's dream, right? How to engage and motivate teams can seem complicated, but research shows us there is one factor more important than any other: Psychological Safety. Join us as we explore how to build teams that contri…
 
In this episode of Relationships at Work, Russel chats with mental health advocate and motivational speaker James Pickles on his personal experience with the impacts of burnout at work on mental health - breaking down because if it and the journey to rebuild. James shares his thoughts and experience with... What it feels like to be overwhelmed and …
 
Let's just get this out of the way - although our last 3 episodes have been about Elon Musk and Twitter, we're not singling him out! However, at the time of release, he is arguably the most famous leader in the world, so any psychological lessons on behaviour and personality are easily demonstrated by using him as an example. In this jam-packed epi…
 
In this episode of Relationships at Work, Russel chats with speaker and Police Chief of the Mountain View Police Department Chris Hsiung on how communication and creating connection within an organization can improve workplace culture. Chris shares his thoughts and experience with... What to put in your communications that will resonate with staff.…
 
In the previous episode, we left things on a bit of a bombshell - the Global Head of Wellness at Twitter was unsure if Twitter would survive! Following Elon's acquisition of Twitter on the 27th of October 2022, he promptly fired almost 50% of the staff. However, it's how he did it that has angered people. In this episode, we continue our conversati…
 
In this episode of Relationships at Work, Russel chats with community creation expert Nikki Thibodeau on creating safe spaces at work so we feel comfortable being our true selves. Nikki shares her thoughts and experience with... Why organizations would need a safe space How intention is necessary The difference between in-person and virtual safe sp…
 
Well... it's been quite the month for the tech industry. Following Elon's acquisition of Twitter on the 27th of October 2022, he promptly fired almost 50% of the staff. However, it's how he did it that has angered people. In this episode we have exclusive interviews with 3 industry insiders: We get the expert opinion on how the brand and PR were ha…
 
In this episode of Relationships at Work, Russel chats with author, speaker, CEO and empathy advocate Rob Volpe on the steps we can take to create a more empathetic workplace. Rob shares his thoughts and experience with... Types of empathy Why we need a more empathetic workplace What gets in the way of empathy building The nature vs nurture underst…
 
We’re all feeling the effects of the sharp increase in energy, mortgages, rents etc. And for leaders, the impact of the COLC will be as far-reaching as revenue performance, profitability, and employee well-being. This week, we’re going to chat specifically about how the COLC may impact remote or hybrid working – for better or for worse. Questions w…
 
In this episode of Relationships at Work, Russel chats with transformation and culture change consultant Katie McLaughlin on why we need to introduce the principles and power of theatre into the employee experience. Katie shares her thoughts and experience with... What does theatre looks like as an engagement tool in the workplace How theatre can h…
 
Today, we’re going to dive deep into the famous ‘condition’ and figure out the truth, and lies, behind an affliction that some research suggests affects up to 82% of the population. We answer the following: What is imposter syndrome? Why do psychologists call it something different? Is it all made up? What are the facts? Are there any upsides to im…
 
This session is tailored to HR and business leaders at high-growth companies, private equity, and venture capital firms. A panel of HR experts approaches key HR trends and challenges through the lens of high-growth leadership. Read more: https://www.inspirehumanresources.com/live_series/hr-at-high-growth-companies-continued…
 
Everyday HR challenges have an extra layer of complexity for high-growth companies. From scaling culture to always being on the lookout for mergers and acquisitions, onboarding hundreds of people at a time, change management, and more, high-growth companies have specialized needs. Read more: https://www.inspirehumanresources.com/live_series/hr-oppo…
 
In this episode of Relationships at Work, Russel chats with workplace culture consultant Erin Skillen on the importance of bringing and keeping humour and joy in the workplace. Erin shares her thoughts and experience with... Why is now a great time to focus on humour and joy The connection humour and joy have to mental health Where to find joy in t…
 
In this episode of Relationships at Work, Russel chats with 4x author, keynote speaker and consultant on service culture Jeff Toister on connecting the dots to create tangible employee engagement at work. Jeff shares his thoughts and experience with... The questions to ask to gauge if your employees are engaged Personalization's relationship to cul…
 
In this episode of Relationships at Work, Russel chats with productivity expert and author Mike Vardy on our relationship with time management in the workplace and how we can look at it differently. Mike shares his thoughts and experience with... How productivity has changed with the pandemic Why "time management" is the wrong term The relationship…
 
In this episode of Relationships at Work, Russel chats with author and employee experience leader Stacy Sherman on the latest employee experience workforce trends your organization needs to watch and plan for in the years ahead. Stacy shares her thoughts and experience with... Current trends we may or may not be aware of. What is missing the mark f…
 
In this episode of Relationships at Work, Russel chats with Executive Career Strategist Maureen McCann on taking the right steps for your career transition. Maureen shares her thoughts and experience with... How do you know when it's time for a career transition. What you need to have in place before you start looking for your next job. The importa…
 
In this episode of Relationships at Work, Russel chats with SaaS Head of Support and Training and emerging leader Reagan Helms on his experience in learning to lead by example. Reagan shares his thoughts and experience with... What it is to lead by example. As a new leader, where to look for examples of leadership. What are the words and actions th…
 
In this episode of Relationships at Work, Russel chats with Senior Manager for Marketing Solutions at Linkedin Amber Naslund on Imposter Syndrome. As someone challenged by it, she shares what she's learned, what it feels like and how it shows up and how leadership can better support those with this issue. Amber shares her thoughts and experience wi…
 
Relationships at Work presents Frontline Feedback - Stories from the Employee Journey. Host and storyteller Russel Lolacher shares the real story of Compassion So Counterfeit. In this inaugural tale, we’ll hear the story of Sally, one in which she shares a moment of an outreached hand and a possible safe space for vulnerability but it only leads to…
 
In this episode of Relationships at Work, Russel chats with organizational consultants and compensation experts Crystal Henrickson and Annika Reinhardt on the role of compensation in professional development and workplace culture. Annika and Crystal share their thoughts and experience with... The various levels of compensation How compensation is d…
 
There seems to be a lot of talk recently about 'Quiet Quitting', so Business Psychologist Leanne Elliott dives into the subject, and answers the important questions: What is Quiet Quitting exactly? How do we know if it's happening in our organisation? How do we, as managers and leaders, tackle it? What do we need to do to prevent it in the future? …
 
In this episode of Relationships at Work, Russel chats with neurodivergent leader Doug Rabold on embracing neurodivergency in the workplace, what it might look like and its importance. Doug shares his thoughts and experience with... What neurodivergency is Typical misconceptions of neurodivergency How autism and neurodivergency can show up at work …
 
You've may have heard of a 'positive workplace culture', and if you read this article in the Harvard Business Review, then you might be under the impression that you need to transition to it immediately. However, Is it really attainable? In this episode, Business Psychologist (and lead consultant at Oblong), Leanne Elliott goes through the suggesti…
 
In this episode of Relationships at Work, Russel chats with leadership and culture coach Katie Rasoul on the importance of prioritizing belonging at work and what it looks like. Katie shares her thoughts and experience with... What belonging feels like at work How belonging is associated with DEI (diversity, equity, inclusion) Why it's still challe…
 
In this episode of Relationships at Work, Russel chats with activist and IKEA Campaigns Manager Jessie MacNeil-Brown (formally the head of Global Activism and Corporate Responsibility for the Body Shop and the Global Campaigns Manager for Amnesty International) on encouraging activism in employees improves the world and workplace. Jessie shares her…
 
It's August, and that means sunny days and more opportunities for downtime. We give you our top 7 book recommendations for when you've got some spare time and want to learn how other organisations lead. So grab a beer, a glass of crisp, white wine or a cup of tea, and let's dive in! --- Want a chat with Leanne about how you can use psychometrics to…
 
In this episode of Relationships at Work, host Russel Lolacher chats with strategic HR manager and DEI corporate advocate Alexa Harris on being more intentional in our workplaces with diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging and what that looks like. Alexa shares her thoughts and experience with... Defining the difference between D, E, I and B Wh…
 
You've probably done a Myers Briggs (MBTI) survey - you may even know which 4 letter combination you are. But, how accurate is it really? In this episode, Business Psychologist (and lead consultant at Oblong), Leanne Elliott digs into psychometric tests, and starts by asking if the MBT is as good as they say it is. You'll hear her draw on both her …
 
In this episode of Relationships at Work, Russel chats with Canada's first Chief Accessibility Officer Stephanie Cadieux on the importance and benefits of embracing an accessible workplace. Stephanie shares her thoughts and experience with... The definition of accessibility. What organizations are missing out on by not being accessible. Where to st…
 
In this episode of Relationships at Work, Russel chats with workplace violence prevention advisor and consultant Felix Nater on the impacts of violence and non-violent behaviour in the workplace, its impact on culture and steps to avoid it. Felix shares his experience with... The definition of workplace violence How to approach it in your organizat…
 
In these post-pandemic times, it seems everyone wants to work remotely - but that's not actually the case. A recent survey revealed that most people just want some flexibility to work remotely sometimes. In this episode, Business Psychologist (and lead consultant at Oblong), Leanne Elliott digs into the why, when & how of implementing a Hybrid Work…
 
10 years ago, recruiting for culture fit was all the rage! But was it just a fad, or are there some genuinely useful lessons we can learn? In this episode, Business Psychologist (and lead consultant at Oblong), Leanne Elliott dispels the myths around recruiting for culture fit and explains how (and when) it can be the right strategy for recruiting …
 
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