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podcast episode on remote work with Laurel Farrer

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Podcast episode on Creating A Custom Professional Development Program

Creating A Customized Professional Development Program

The Career Toolkit author Mark Herschberg joins ProjectHR to explain how to create a custom professional development program that can improve ROI and engagement

Creating A Customized Professional Development Program
podcast episode on the future of workplace management with Brian Kropp

Welcome Back: New Workplace Realities and the Evolved Manager

Brian Kropp, Group Vice President and Chief of HR Research at Gartner, joins ProjectHR to explore how COVID-19 has changed the way we manage and prep us for the future of workplace management.

Welcome Back: New Workplace Realities and the Evolved Manager
podcast episode on high potential employees with vibhas ratanjee

Learning Development: The Hype About HiPos

Vibhas Ratanjee, a Senior Practice Expert at Gallup, details the value of high potential employee (HiPo) programs and how they can advance learning and improve ROI.

Learning Development: The Hype About HiPos
Listen to Customer experience podcast with David Avrin

Customer Experience Conversations: The Morning Huddle

David Avrin joins us to discuss his new book, the role of conversation in creating positive customer experience, and the benefits of frequent morning huddles.

Customer Experience Conversations: The Morning Huddle
Listen to workplace ageism podcast episode

I’m Not Done: Addressing Workplace Ageism

Patti Temple Rocks, Author of “I’m Not Done, It’s Time to Talk About Ageism in the Workplace,” explains what workplace ageism looks like, how to combat it, and the value of a diverse, multi-generational workforce.

I’m Not Done: Addressing Workplace Ageism
Podcast episode on the power of play with Gary W

Rediscovering Recess: The Power of Play

Joining ProjectHR is Gary Ware, the Founder of Breakthrough Play, an organization designed to help professionals use the power of play to become more creative, more confident, and to develop deeper relationships with their teams and their clients.

Rediscovering Recess: The Power of Play
Asking For Help - Elayne F Listen Now

Getting Over “I Got It”

Elayne Fluker shares how to build networks, make meaningful connections, and achieve your dreams through the power of asking for help.

Getting Over “I Got It”
Podcast Episode on Best Practices in Employee Relations from Projections

Best Practices in Employee Relations: Iron Mountain

Continuing our “Best Practices in Employee Relations” series, Cindy Westervelt from Iron Mountain shares how her company handles this critical topic.

Best Practices in Employee Relations: Iron Mountain
Managing Conflict In The Workplace Part Two

Managing Conflict in the Workplace, Part Two

David Liddle joins us in part two of his two part episode on what strategies we can utilize to better manage conflict in the workplace.

Managing Conflict in the Workplace, Part Two
Podcast episode on Managing Conflict in the Workplace with David Liddle

Managing Conflict in the Workplace, Part One

David Liddle, a thought leader in the areas of organizational dynamics, conflict resolution, and transformational culture joins us to share strategies to better manage conflict in the workplace.

Managing Conflict in the Workplace, Part One
Podcast Episode on Assertiveness In The Workplace with Rebecca Reid

Assertive vs. Aggressive: How “Positive Rudeness” Can Subvert Workplace Double Standards

The rules for women are different – even in professional settings. Our voices are too soft, or too loud. We take up too much room, or too little. We’re told to lean in, but also, to smile. We are encouraged to be more assertive in the workplace, but when we are, we are deemed to

Assertive vs. Aggressive: How “Positive Rudeness” Can Subvert Workplace Double Standards
Podcast episode on gamification in the workplace with Mitchell Denton

Level Up! Gamification and HR

Mitchell Denton of Archy Learning & Gamify explains what gamification is and how gamified learning and operations can make work feel lighter.

Level Up! Gamification and HR

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About the Author Jacqueline Gregory

As a creative, persuasive communications professional with extensive experience guiding projects from concept through completion Jacqui has produced custom communications for some of the world's best known brands. Producing ProjectHR has been one of her favorite ways to engage and delight HR and Labor Relations professionals!

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