HR Works COVID-19 Update: Zoom Can’t Fix Employee Morale
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The pandemic pushed so many workers home at the same time that it introduced countless new sources of stress and anxiety. Keeping employees happy, or at least, not burnt out has never been more important as they work in isolation from their coworkers, and perhaps from everyone.

How far can remote efforts to improve morale really go? Can any one approach, or combinations of approaches, offset what is lost with in-person camaraderie? In this episode, we are pleased to have with us Vicki Salemi ( Vicki is a career expert, author, speaker, consultant, and a former corporate recruiter from New York City.
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HR Happy Hour
Steve Boese Trish McFarlane
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Alcott Global
#107: Startups in Supply Chain from a Venture Capital Perspective
In this episode, we have Sune Stilling and Peter Hove Hildebrandt as our guests. Sune Stilling is the Co-founder of Project Aviato, an independent investment fund to support companies with ideas in transport and logistics. Prior to joining Project Aviato, Sune led Maersk's investment arm Maersk Growth since 2017 and reporting directly to the Group CEO Søren Skou. Maersk is one of the world’s leading transport and logistics companies. Also, the largest container ship and supply vessel operator in the world, controlling ~ 20% of seaborne consumer goods — from apparel through autos.  Peter Hove Hildebrandt is the Co-founder of Project Aviato, an independent investment fund to support companies with ideas in transport and logistics. Prior to Project Aviato, he joined Maersk in 2005, and in 2020 he became the Head of Transportation. Peter is responsible for leading and driving the digital transformation of the Maersk Ocean & Logistics business. Maersk is an integrated container logistics company working to connect and simplify its customers’ supply chains. As the global leader in shipping services, the company operates in 130 countries. *Discover more details **here.** * *Some of the highlights of the episode:* * How to spot a million-dollar startup * The key skills that most start-up founders miss (SALES, FINANCIALS, SALES!) * How not to screw up investments * Where the supply chain and logistics industry is heading in next years * Why Rune Sørensen is the best asset any company could hope for * How they filter good startups to invest in *Follow us on:* Instagram: Twitter: Linkedin: Facebook:
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Curious Minds at Work
Curious Minds at Work
Gayle Allen
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For a good part of my life, I believed that focusing on my weaknesses was the key to achieving success. In fact, I didn't realize how much I'd embraced this way of thinking until I began working with an executive coach. Soon after we started working together, my coach made an observation I've never forgotten. She said, "Gayle, you're great at pointing out your weaknesses - all the ways you feel you don't measure up - but I never hear you talk about your strengths." That's when I realized how this way of thinking had become my default setting. I had to work hard to change it. That's why, when I picked up Dan Cable's latest book, Exceptional: Build Your Personal Highlight Reel and Unlock Your Potential, I knew I wanted to have him back on the show. He captured my old way of thinking with his first sentence, "Many of us think the best path to self-improvement is to face the cold truth about ourselves at our worst." Yet, what Dan quickly points out is that, far from motivating us, this relentless focus on identifying and fixing our weaknesses can create a lot of anxiety, along with feelings of overwhelm, even helplessness. That sounds like a far cry from a path to success, right? Dan's a Professor of Organizational Behavior at London Business School. Since his last book, Alive at Work, he's been studying what happens when we uncover our strengths through others' eyes, through current and former colleagues, bosses, friends, and family members. Dan's approach is fascinating and his research findings are incredible. Episode Links You Need a Personal Highlight Reel by Dan Cable What You Should Follow Instead of Your Passion by Dan Cable Stop Sleepwalking through Life by Dan Cable and Mel Bradman Alive at Work by Dan Cable Post-traumatic growth What Job Crafting Looks Like by Jane E. Dutton and Amy Wrzesniewski Impostor Syndrome Curious Minds at Work Learn more about creator and host, Gayle Allen, and producer and editor, Rob Mancabelli, here. Support Curious Minds at Work If you're a fan of the show, you can show your support by: Rating and reviewing the podcast on iTunes or wherever you subscribe. Telling someone about the show. Subscribing so you never miss an episode. Where to Find Curious Minds at Work Spotify iTunes Tunein Stitcher Google podcasts Overcast
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The CMO Podcast
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Today's two-part episode starts with an interview with Scott Rosenberg, the SVP and GM of platform business for Roku Inc., the popular streaming-video platform and device maker. In this role, Scott oversees global app distribution, content acquisition and advertising. In this conversation, Jim and Scott discuss the future of the big screen and how advertising tools are becoming more sophisticated for streaming. He also talks about the biggest opportunities there are for marketers in streaming vs traditional broadcasting.  In the second part of this episode, Jim and Scott are joined with a panel of some of the biggest advertisers including: Emily Callahan - Chief Marketing & Experience Officer, ALSAC, the fundraising and awareness organization for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital Jackson Jeyanayagam - Vice President and General Manager of Direct-to-Consumer at The Clorox Company Quinn O'Brien - Vice President of Global Marketing and Brand at Lenovo Dino Bernacchi - Senior Vice President of Marketing at Cleveland Browns Amy Bonitatibus - Chief Marketing & Communications Officer at Chase Home Lending Todd Kaplan - Vice President of Marketing at PepsiCo This panel discussion focuses on how these companies are reaching their consumers through streaming and how they are creating advertising that resonates with cord-cutters.  Support our sponsor Deloitte and experience their guidance on resilience for brands in navigating the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn more at
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