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Digital HR Leaders with David Green

David Green

In this series, David Green will be speaking to a range of senior HR leaders who are pushing a data-driven and digital HR agenda. There is an increasing need for HR professionals to become more digitally and numerically literate – to acquire the skills necessary to process, produce and leverage digital information to create business value. You'll hear from people leaders who are driving transformation in their organisations on how HR can prepare for the future and what HR leaders need to do to prepare for the Future of Work.

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The Digital HR Leaders with David Green podcast is for human resources professionals. Host David Green and his podcast guests discuss HR trends and the future of work. Podcast listeners can expect to gain insights into talent management.

David Green publishes articles on LinkedIn and myHRfuture. He also publishes an annual report on HR trends. David is the executive director at Insight222. He serves Fortune 100 firms with "The People Analytics Program."

Human resources has grown more data-driven in recent years. The pandemic caused shifts in employee experience, including an increase in remote work. Digital HR Leaders helps HR professionals boost business value through HR technology. The podcast also addresses automation in modern HR practices.

In one episode, David interviews Hebba Youssef. She's the chief people officer at Workweek. They discuss HR technology and how it can increase employee well-being. Paulo Pisano, also a chief people officer, joins David for a conversation. They discussed people analytics and data-driven decisions at Booking.com.

Professor Nick Bloom reflects on remote work and essential lessons from the pandemic. He and David share valuable insights about the future of in-person work. Another episode features Alex Browne of Nestlé. chats with David about using a skills-based approach for strategic planning.

David also hosted a panel with Dawn Klinghoffer, Jeremy Shapiro, and Thomas Rasmussen. This forum centered on people analytics for data-driven decisions. When TED speaker Jacob Morgan comes on the show, he discusses the role of vulnerability in leadership.

"How to Democratise Strategic Workforce Planning" is a popular episode. In it, David welcomes Alicia Roach and Chris Hare. The three explore strategic decision-making and HR tech.

Digital HR Leaders with David Green often discuss employee listening and its importance in today's workplace. It also addresses automation in the future of HR. This intriguing podcast helps human resources pros boost employee engagement. New episodes arrive almost every week.

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Episodes

Mastering Storytelling for HR Transformation (an Interview with Cole Nussbaumer Knaflic)
3d ago
Mastering Storytelling for HR Transformation (an Interview with Cole Nussbaumer Knaflic)
Creating a data-driven HR function isn’t just about number crunching. It is about the ability to turn these insights into stories that captivate, persuade, and inspire action.  In this episode of the Digital HR Leaders podcast, David Green sits down with Cole Nussbaumer Knaflic, for a deeply insightful conversation on the transformative power of storytelling in the context of HR data and analytics.   With the world having shifted dramatically towards distributed teams and digital-first communication, the tools and strategies we use to make our case to stakeholders have also had to adapt. Cole, fresh off the publication of her third book, "Storytelling with You: Plan, Create, and Deliver a Stellar Presentation," dives into how these shifts affect the way we should approach storytelling with data today.  Listeners will walk away with a wealth of knowledge on the following topics:  How AI technologies can enhance storytelling skills Strategies to better understand your audience and customize your presentations for maximum impact Essential guidelines for presenting data to stakeholders Cole's secrets to captivating an audience, from confidence and tone of voice to avoiding common speaking pitfalls Best practices for seeking and utilising feedback to continuously enhance your presentation skills   Support from this podcast comes from Worklytics, a people-centric analytics solution that combines passive listening with Organisational Network Analysis (ONA) to help you understand how work is getting done.   Curious to see how it works?  Worklytics is offering a free Collaboration Analysis to the first 10 qualified companies who express interest by clicking on the following link: www.worklytics.co/DigitalHRLeaders  Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Actionable People Analytics Strategies to Influence Senior Leadership (an Interview with Louise Millar and Olivia Edwards)
26-03-2024
Actionable People Analytics Strategies to Influence Senior Leadership (an Interview with Louise Millar and Olivia Edwards)
How can people analytics enhance the strategic influence of HR?  In today’s episode of the Digital HR Leaders podcast, we will be exploring that exact question, through the lens of start-up financial services organisation, Chetwood Financial.   Having only been on their people analytics journey for a year now, Louise Millar, People Director, and Olivia Edwards, Colleague Engagement Lead, have seen a remarkable shift in the perception of HR by the overall business.   From reshaping company culture to gaining buy-in from senior leadership, Louise and Olivia offer invaluable insights into how people analytics is reshaping the future of HR. As such, listening to this episode, you can expect to learn:  How Chetwood Financial initiated and embraced their people analytics journey Tangible examples of how data-driven insights have revolutionised HR strategies and reshaped organisational dynamics The role of people analytics in reshaping company culture and fostering employee engagement Strategies employed by Louise and Olivia for gaining buy-in from senior leadership and reshaping organisational values The transformative impact of people analytics on the future of HR and organisational success  Support from this podcast comes from global platform leader for employee experience, Culture Amp. Learn more about how Culture Amp can help you create a better world of work at http://cultureamp.com  Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
What is Evidence Based HR and Why is it Important? (An Interview With Rob Briner)
19-03-2024
What is Evidence Based HR and Why is it Important? (An Interview With Rob Briner)
As HR is increasingly becoming a strategic partner in driving organisational success, the call for evidence-based practice (EBP) in HR is louder than ever.   But what exactly does it mean to adopt an evidence-based approach? How can it transform how we attract, develop, and retain talent? And how is it different from people analytics?  In this episode of the Digital HR Leaders podcast, Rob Briner, Professor of Organisational Psychology at Queen Mary University of London and Associate Director of Research at the Corporate Research Forum, underscores the simple yet profound impact of integrating data, scientific research, stakeholder insights and professional expertise to improve HR effectiveness.  Throughout the conversation, David and Rob explore:  The principles of evidence-based practice and its critical role in contemporary HR strategy Practical case studies demonstrating the application of evidence-based HR and guidelines for its implementation within organisational structures  What the differences are between evidence-based HR and people analytics  How these two approaches complement each other to enhance the HR function Recommendations on when HR should lean towards people analytics versus evidence-based HR practices to make informed decisions A debate on whether all HR practices should be evidence-based Expert recommendations for Chief Human Resources Officers (CHROs) and HR leaders on incorporating EBP into organisational frameworks  Essential skills and competencies HR professionals that are vital for mastering evidence-based HR   This episode is a must-listen for HR professionals eager to build a data-driven HR function and elevate their strategic value and effectiveness through evidence-based practice, a testament to the power of integrating science with the art of human resource management.  Support from this podcast comes from global platform leader for employee experience, Culture Amp. Learn more about how Culture Amp can help you create a better world of work at http://cultureamp.com  Additional Resources: Evidence-Based HR: A New Paradigm  Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
How to Prove the ROI of a Positive Company Culture (an Interview with Didier Elzinga)
12-03-2024
How to Prove the ROI of a Positive Company Culture (an Interview with Didier Elzinga)
In an era where the financial justification for HR initiatives is scrutinised more than ever, proving the ROI of culture and employee engagement initiatives is a critical challenge that many HR leaders are facing. However, demonstrating the financial impact of these initiatives is essential if we are to achieve board buy-in and ensure the sustainability of organisational culture in times of change and economic uncertainty.  This pressing issue is at the heart of this episode of the Digital HR Leaders podcast, where host David Green is joined by Didier Elzinga, CEO of Culture Amp. Together, they will be discussing:  The pivotal role of a thriving culture in driving business growth The challenges businesses face in cultivating and maintaining a strong company culture, alongside practical strategies to address these challenges Key findings from CultureAmp’s research (link below) on the impact of organisational changes, such as layoffs, on employee engagement, and the lessons learned about engagement recovery times The remarkable resilience of employee engagement in regions like the UK and Germany Effective approaches for HR leaders to demonstrate the financial impact of culture and engagement initiatives to the C-suite Guidance for HR professionals on measuring the ROI of their culture and engagement efforts  This episode is an essential listen for HR leaders, chief people officers, and people analytics leaders looking to navigate the complexities of fostering a positive workplace culture in today’s economic climate. It offers not just insights and data but real-world advice on aligning culture and engagement initiatives with financial success. Support from this podcast comes from global platform leader for employee experience, Culture Amp. Learn more about how Culture Amp can help you create a better world of work at http://cultureamp.com  Link to CultureAmp’s ground-breaking research with Forrester:  https://tei.forrester.com/go/cultureamp/analyticsplatform/  Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
How to Embrace Long-Term Thinking in HR Leadership (an Interview with Dorie Clark)
05-03-2024
How to Embrace Long-Term Thinking in HR Leadership (an Interview with Dorie Clark)
Do you struggle to be proactive with your long-term goals? Are you constantly putting out fires, with no time to strategise for the long game?   In this episode of the Digital HR Leaders podcast, host David Green sits down with Dorie Clark, a distinguished professor at Columbia Business School, successful entrepreneur and author of the influential book, "The Long Game: How to Be a Long-Term Thinker in a Short-Term World."  Together, they discuss the three-time celebrated Top 50 Business Thinker in the World’s invaluable insights into the essence of strategic patience and long-term thinking in today's short-term oriented world. Highlights from the conversation include:  Actionable advice on how HR leaders can carve out time from their busy schedules to focus on long-term goals The importance of prioritising and the strategic value of turning down opportunities to ensure focus on the most critical projects Insights on aligning objectives with business strategy while remaining flexible to adapt to unforeseen changes How embracing failure can drive innovation and creativity Understanding when to hold steady with your strategies and when to pivot  This episode is an essential listen for anyone in the HR field looking to break free from the cycle of reactivity and take a more strategic, long-term approach to their work and leadership.  Support from this podcast comes from global platform leader for employee experience, Culture Amp. Learn more about how Culture Amp can help you create a better world of work at http://cultureamp.com  Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Microsoft's Key to Strategic Workforce Planning Success (an Interview with Becky Thielen)
27-02-2024
Microsoft's Key to Strategic Workforce Planning Success (an Interview with Becky Thielen)
In the face of unprecedented changes in the world of work, driven by rapid technological advancements, shifting work models and the global economy's volatility, strategic workforce planning has never been more critical.  What can we learn from global tech giant, Microsoft, who have been leading the way in navigating these turbulent waters?  On this episode of the Digital HR Leaders podcast, host David Green sits down with Becky Thielen, Senior Director of People Analytics at Microsoft, who has been instrumental in charting the course for Microsoft's strategic workforce planning initiatives.  This conversation will unveil:  Microsoft’s critical ingredients for strategic workforce planning success  The strategy behind building a resilient workforce planning framework Insights into the common challenges faced and how Microsoft has navigated these to establish a strong planning foundation An exploration of the tools and data analytics Microsoft uses to drive workforce planning and decision-making The tangible benefits realised from strategic workforce planning   This episode promises to be a rich resource of knowledge, strategies and insights for anyone interested in the future of work and strategic workforce planning.  Support from this podcast comes from global platform leader for employee experience, Culture Amp. Learn more about how Culture Amp can help you create a better world of work at http://cultureamp.com  Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Achieving AI & Human Synergy in Data-Driven HR
13-02-2024
Achieving AI & Human Synergy in Data-Driven HR
As technology advances at an unprecedented pace, the future of HR and its people strategies are going to be data-driven. However, as we navigate through this digital transformation, finding the optimal equilibrium between human intervention and AI automation within HR processes is key if we are to effectively harness the potential of these technological advancements.In this episode of the Digital HR Leaders Podcast, David Green, and guest Bernard Marr, the author of "Data-Driven HR: How to Use AI, Analytics and Data to Drive Performance," delve deeper into this critical balance and its implications for the future of HR.Therefore, listeners can expect to learn more about:Insights into how HR is transitioning towards a data-driven approach, highlighting the pivotal role of AI, analytics, and data in reshaping HR strategies;Real-world examples and use cases where the synergy between human expertise and AI automation is most beneficial in HR;The ethical considerations surrounding the integration of AI in HR, ensuring fairness, transparency, and compliance;The transformative potential of immersive technologies like VR and the metaverse in enhancing the employee experience;How AI is revolutionising the field of people analytics and enabling HR professionals to make more informed decisions;The essential skills that both current and future HR and people analytics professionals and leaders should cultivate to thrive in this era of rapid technological advancement;The pivotal role of HR in redefining workforce skillsets for effective collaboration with AI and emerging technologiesThis episode is for current and aspiring HR and people analytics leaders seeking valuable insights into striking the balance between data-driven decision-making and human intervention, as well as understanding the transformative potential of AI, analytics, and immersive technologies within HR.Support from this podcast comes from ScreenCloud – the digital signage platform that helps HR around the globe elevate their digital employee experience, with 'screens that communicate'.To learn how ScreenCloud can enable your organisation to increase employee engagement, drive productivity, and improve compliance, visit screencloud.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
How to Overcome AI Adoption Challenges in HR (an Interview with Eric Siegel)
06-02-2024
How to Overcome AI Adoption Challenges in HR (an Interview with Eric Siegel)
Despite an abundance of research highlighting the importance of AI in enhancing HR processes, the vast majority of organisations are still at the earliest stages of adoption.  Even among those that have already implemented AI in HR, many are using it only for one or two niche applications. This is largely due to the perceived complexity and high costs associated with implementing AI technologies.  To tackle this issue, host David Green is joined by Eric Siegel, founder of Machine Learning Week and author of 'The AI Playbook: Monitoring the Rare Art of Machine Learning Deployment' to discuss how organisations can overcome these challenges and effectively integrate AI into their HR functions. Listeners can expect to learn more about:   The current state of AI adoption in HR and the barriers to widespread implementation The potential benefits of using AI in HR processes, including improved efficiency and decision-making Practical advice for organisations looking to adopt AI in their HR strategies How HR professionals can prepare for the impact of AI on their roles and responsibilities The role of ethics in AI adoption and how organisations can ensure responsible and ethical use   You can also expect to hear about real-world examples of successful AI adoption in HR, as well as insights on the future of AI and its potential impact on the evolution of the HR industry. So tune in to this episode to learn more about how AI can revolutionise HR and what steps your organisation can take to embrace this powerful technology.  Support from this podcast comes from ScreenCloud – the digital signage platform that helps HR around the globe elevate their digital employee experience, with 'screens that communicate'.  To learn how ScreenCloud can enable your organisation to increase employee engagement, drive productivity and improve compliance, visit screencloud.com   Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
How to Bridge the Gap Between Customer and Employee Experience (an Interview with Luke Farrugia & Kaz Hassan)
30-01-2024
How to Bridge the Gap Between Customer and Employee Experience (an Interview with Luke Farrugia & Kaz Hassan)
As HR professionals and leaders, if we want to start taking a more strategic approach that will elevate the business impact HR has, we need to evolve from being process-focused to becoming strategic partners. This means taking ownership of people data and insights, and using them to drive decisions that have a real impact on the business.  Take, for instance, employee experience. How can we make this more strategic? What can we learn from marketing and the strategies that they use to enhance the customer experience?  To delve deeper into this topic, on this episode of the Digital HR Leaders podcast, host David Green sits down with Kaz Hassan, Employee Experience Industry Lead at Unily, and Luke Farrugia, VP of Marketing at ScreenCloud.   Both guests bring unique insights and expertise on the topics of employee experience, internal communication and digital transformation, having both dedicated their careers to helping businesses improve their employee and customer experiences alike.   In this episode, listeners can expect to learn:  Lessons from marketing on their data-driven journey and how HR can apply these strategies Innovative strategies for effective employee listening and engagement Insights into why retention is still a major issue and the importance of focusing on employee engagement and a high-quality experience Strategies for enhancing digital experience, including the effective use of digital signage and internal communication tools Areas where HR professionals can upskill themselves to effectively manage the transition towards a more digital experience-driven workplace.  This episode is for every HR professional responsible for improving the employee experience and driving digital transformation in their organisation.   Support from this podcast comes from ScreenCloud – the digital signage platform that helps HR around the globe elevate their digital employee experience, with 'screens that communicate'.  To learn how ScreenCloud can enable your organisation to increase employee engagement, drive productivity, and improve compliance, visit screencloud.com   Link to research article referenced in the conversation:   Have employee experience leaders given up on retention?   Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
How to Enhance Your Career in People Analytics (an Interview with Serena Huang)
23-01-2024
How to Enhance Your Career in People Analytics (an Interview with Serena Huang)
It is undeniable that the role of People Analytics in HR strategy has become increasingly significant. However, despite its immense growth, career progression in the field is still a topic of concern for many People Analytics professionals.   In this episode of the Digital HR Leaders podcast, host David Green sits down with renowned People Analytics expert Serena Huang to discuss the common career paths observed in the field and how they have evolved over the years.  Throughout her years of experience as a leader in iconic companies such as GE, Kraft-Heinz and PayPal, Serena has gained valuable insights into the field of People Analytics. Now as the founder of her own company, Data with Serena, she brings a unique perspective on the evolution of careers in this field.  Join them as they dive into various topics such as:  - The common career paths in people analytics and their evolution over the years - The future of people analytics and how career stagnation issues can be addressed by individuals and organisations - The impact of AI advancements on the people analytics role, career structures and necessary skill sets - The strategic value of people analytics to CHROs and the challenges in leveraging it for strategic decision-making - Strengthening the relationship between people analytics leaders and CHROs - The role of people analytics in supporting employee wellbeing - Essential skills for aspiring people analytics professionals and leaders in the coming years  If you are looking to gain insights and knowledge on the current state and future of People Analytics careers, then this podcast is for you.  Support from this podcast comes from ScreenCloud – the digital signage platform that helps HR around the globe elevate their digital employee experience, with 'screens that communicate'.  To learn how ScreenCloud can enable your organisation to increase employee engagement, drive productivity and improve compliance, visit screencloud.com   Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
HR in 2024: The Impact of People Analytics, AI & ML (an Interview with Thomas Rasmussen, Dawn Klinghoffer & Jeremy Shapiro)
16-01-2024
HR in 2024: The Impact of People Analytics, AI & ML (an Interview with Thomas Rasmussen, Dawn Klinghoffer & Jeremy Shapiro)
2024 has arrived, and for those who have been following the Digital HR Leaders podcast since its inception in 2019, you know it's our tradition to start the year with a deep dive into the top HR trends and opportunities based on David Green's LinkedIn annual HR trends and predictions.   This year, however, we are going to kick things off with a spin.   Joined by Dawn Klinghoffer, Global Head of People Analytics at Microsoft and a Board Advisor at Insight 222, Jeremy Shapiro, Global Head of Workforce Analytics at Merck & Co, and Thomas Rasmussen, VP of Organizational Development and Learning at Shell, David and his esteemed guests will be shining the spotlight on the future of people analytics (rather than solely on HR) in 2024 and beyond.   Listeners can expect to gain valuable insight on:  - The integration of human intuition and data-driven decisions in people analytics - Strategies for leveraging data to influence organisational decisions - Balancing quantitative data with qualitative human insights - Real-world people analytics examples and case studies from leading companies - Prioritising and strategising analytics projects in HR - The evolving role of AI and machine learning in people analytics - Ethical considerations and transparency in handling HR data - The criticality of HR and finance collaboration for measurable outcomes  So if you are looking for some inspiration on how to seize the window of opportunity in 2024, then this episode is for you.   Support from this podcast comes from ScreenCloud – the digital signage platform that helps HR around the globe elevate their digital employee experience, with 'screens that communicate'.  To learn how ScreenCloud can enable your organisation to increase employee engagement, drive productivity, and improve compliance, visit screencloud.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Navigating HR Tech Triumphs & Avoiding Failures (an Interview with Hebba Youssef)
19-12-2023
Navigating HR Tech Triumphs & Avoiding Failures (an Interview with Hebba Youssef)
Why do so many HR tech project implementations fail?   In this special episode of the Digital HR Leaders podcast, this is exactly what host David Green, and his guest Hebba Youssef, Chief People Officer at Workweek and founder of the popular newsletter 'I Hate It Here’, are going to unfold.   Delving into the intricacies of HR technology implementation, uncovering the common pitfalls and identifying strategies for success, in this episode of the Digital HR Leaders podcast, listeners can expect to learn more about:   - The root causes behind the high failure rate of HR tech projects - How the adoption of HR tech influences the well-being and efficiency of HR professionals - Strategies for successful HR tech adoption among employees  - Securing support and funding from top management for HR tech initiatives - The challenges posed by fragmented data and best practices for effective data integration and management - The considerations HR professionals should keep in mind when integrating AI into their systems - Top advice on the actions HR professionals can take to ensure successful HR tech implementations   Sponsored by HiBob, the modern HR platform for how you and your people work today, this episode promises to be a valuable source for those looking to enhance the success of HR tech implementations.  For more information on HiBob, check out the website at www.hibob.com. That’s www.hibob.com.     Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Booking.com’s 360-Degree View of Employee Experience (an Interview with Paulo Pisano)
12-12-2023
Booking.com’s 360-Degree View of Employee Experience (an Interview with Paulo Pisano)
In this episode of Digital HR Leaders, David Green is joined by Paulo Pisano, Chief People Officer at Booking.com, to discuss how Booking.com are using people analytics to drive strategic decisions in managing a global, hybrid workforce.  The conversation offers insights into how Booking.com leverages data to enhance employee experience, streamline talent management across its international operations, and ensure that its workforce strategies are both effective and adaptable in a constantly changing business environment.  During this episode, expect to learn more about:   - How Booking.com utilises people analytics to inform its talent strategies across more than 200 countries - The role of data in creating and sustaining a strong company culture, particularly in the context of remote and geographically diverse teams - How Booking.com uses analytics to promote a 360-degree view of employee experience - The ways in which Booking.com tailors its employee listening initiatives - How a skills-based approach to workforce planning shapes the company’s talent management strategies, especially in the face of evolving market demands - The use of people analytics during the travel downturn caused by the pandemic - Paulo’s advice to future HR leaders on the importance of integrating data analytics into HR strategies for better decision-making and strategy formulation  Sponsored by HiBob, the modern HR platform for how you and your people work today, this episode promises to be a valuable source for those looking to enhance their employee experience and talent management strategies through the lens of people analytics.   For more information on HiBob, check out the website at www.hibob.com. That’s www.hibob.com.     Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
A CMO’s Approach to Mastering Pay Transparency (an Interview with Sarah Reynolds)
05-12-2023
A CMO’s Approach to Mastering Pay Transparency (an Interview with Sarah Reynolds)
In this enlightening episode of the Digital HR Leaders podcast, host David Green is joined by Sarah Reynolds, Chief Marketing Officer of HiBob and a leading voice in HR technology. With the backdrop of the new EU Directive on pay transparency, this conversation delves into the evolving landscape of fair pay practices, transcending mere legal compliance to a broader commitment to workplace equity.  Key Highlights:   - Explore how HR can learn from marketing - Gain insights from Sarah's experiences and views as a non-binary individual, underscoring the importance of pay transparency for diversity, equity, and inclusion - Understand the broader business benefits of pay transparency, extending beyond legal compliance - Discover the obstacles organisations encounter while implementing pay transparency and learn about the best practices for overcoming these challenges  - Discuss the crucial balance between pay transparency and the privacy and security of employee data  - Learn about effective communication techniques that organisations can employ to facilitate discussions around pay  This episode, sponsored by HiBob, the modern HR platform for how you and your people work today, is an invaluable resource for HR professionals and business leaders seeking to navigate the complexities of pay transparency in today's workplace.  For more information on HiBob, check out www.hibob.com. That’s www.hibob.com  Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
How to Buy HR Tech and Use It Effectively
28-11-2023
How to Buy HR Tech and Use It Effectively
In this episode of the Digital HR Leaders podcast, host David Green explores the dynamic world of HR technology and its impact on businesses globally. And who better to join him on this quest than Madeline Laurano, Founder of Aptitude Research, and a leading voice in HR tech analysis.  The conversation takes a deep dive into the fascinating developments in Generative AI and AI in 2023, distinguishing between the hype and the reality with practical use cases. You can also expect to learn more about:  - The major themes and innovations highlighted at the HR Technology Conference in Vegas and Unleash World in Paris - The misuse of the term 'talent intelligence' in the HR tech market and its impact on the industry - How economic fluctuations are affecting investments in HR technology - Practical tips for HR professionals on navigating the complexities of purchasing HR technology and keeping up with market developments - Anticipated key developments in the HR technology space for 2024 and the technology firms to watch out for  Whether you're an HR professional, business leader, or tech enthusiast, this conversation between David Green and Madeline Laurano is a valuable opportunity to stay abreast of the latest trends and prepare for the future of HR tech.  This episode is sponsored by HiBob, the modern HR platform for how you and your people work today. Check it out at www.hibob.com. That’s www.hibob.com.     Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
How to Lead with Vulnerability in Uncertain Times (an Interview with Jacob Morgan)
21-11-2023
How to Lead with Vulnerability in Uncertain Times (an Interview with Jacob Morgan)
In this episode of the Digital HR Leaders podcast, host David Green welcomes Jacob Morgan, a 5x best-selling author, TED and keynote speaker, to explore the transformative concept of vulnerability in leadership.    Jacob, author of the bestselling book “Leading With Vulnerability” offers an in-depth perspective on how vulnerability is not a weakness but a source of strength, particularly in today's challenging times marked by COVID-19, economic shifts, and the rise of artificial intelligence in the workplace.  Unravelling the significance of vulnerability in modern leadership, in this episode you can expect to learn more about:  Strategies for leaders to embrace and exhibit vulnerability in a way that enhances team dynamics and overall organisational health Insights from Jacob's book on how leading with vulnerability can drive innovation, trust and a strong team culture The balance between showing vulnerability and maintaining credibility and authority as a leader Real-life examples and stories from Jacob's experience and research, illustrating the impact of vulnerability in leadership Practical tips for leaders to start their journey of 'climbing the vulnerability mountain' and how to navigate this path effectively The evolving role of vulnerability in leadership in the face of technological advancements and the future of work  Offering a deep dive into the nuances of vulnerability in leadership, this episode is a must listen for anyone looking to enhance their leadership style in these unprecedented times.  This episode is sponsored by HiBob, the modern HR platform for how you and your people work today. Check it out at www.hibob.com. That’s www.hibob.com.     Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Nestlé's 4B Methodology to Strategic Workforce Planning (an Interview with Alex Browne)
14-11-2023
Nestlé's 4B Methodology to Strategic Workforce Planning (an Interview with Alex Browne)
In this episode of the Digital HR Leaders podcast, join host David Green as he and guest Alex Browne, Head of People Analytics Innovation and Data Science at Nestlé, discuss the intricacies of reinvigorating strategic workforce planning, with a particular focus on incorporating a skills-based approach for anticipating future skills needs.  Alex has a unique story to tell, as he and his team have experienced the ups and downs of strategic workforce planning first-hand. They’ve faced challenges, celebrated successes, and rekindled their strategic approach in ways that are both enlightening and inspiring.   In this episode, listeners can expect to learn:   The hidden challenges and complexities of strategic workforce planning Insights into the unique approach Nestlé has taken to blend centralized and decentralized methods in their strategic workforce planning Nestlé's innovative "4B methodology" for addressing workforce needs: Buy, Build, Borrow, and Bot The pivotal role of technology in the success of Nestlé's strategic workforce planning efforts How Nestlé is preparing for the rise of digital workers and automation The key skills that Alex believes will be crucial for HR and business leaders in the evolving workforce landscape  This episode is for HR professionals, business leaders, and anyone curious about the future of work and how to revitalize strategic workforce planning in a changing world.  Don't miss this opportunity to gain exclusive insights that will propel your employee experience to new heights. This episode was brought to you in partnership with eQ8, a strategic workforce management tool. Explore eQ8's cutting-edge solutions at eQ8.ai/Insight222.   Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Unmasking Common Myths Around Remote Work (an Interview with Nick Bloom)
07-11-2023
Unmasking Common Myths Around Remote Work (an Interview with Nick Bloom)
In this episode of the Digital HR Leaders podcast, join host David Green and guest Nick Bloom, Professor of Economics at Stanford University and Co-Founder of WFH Research, as they explore the dynamic world of hybrid and remote work.   Throughout the conversation you can expect to learn more about an in-depth analysis of the historical trajectory of remote work, the pivotal lessons learned during the pandemic, and the lasting impact on the way we work.   Here are the key points covered in this conversation:  The historical trajectory of remote work and the direction it was heading before the pandemic The transformative impact of the pandemic on work, unveiling the biggest working-from-home experiment in history and the essential lessons learned during this period The current state of remote, hybrid and in-person working, exploring the key trends and developments that are shaping the post-pandemic world of work Common myths and misconceptions surrounding remote and hybrid work The benefits of remote and hybrid work, both for employees and companies Insights into the sentiment of executives regarding the future of remote and hybrid work Guidance for business and HR leaders in developing, measuring and evolving their remote and hybrid work policies  This episode is a comprehensive exploration of the multifaceted world of remote and hybrid work, providing valuable insights and perspectives that will influence the way we work in the years to come.  This episode is brought to you with the support of strategic workforce management tool, eQ8. To discover more about eQ8’s innovative solutions, visit: https://eq8.ai/Insight222  Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
How to Democratise Strategic Workforce Planning (an Interview with Alicia Roach & Chris Hare)
31-10-2023
How to Democratise Strategic Workforce Planning (an Interview with Alicia Roach & Chris Hare)
In this episode of the Digital HR Leaders Podcast, David Green is joined by the sponsors on this series to discuss the importance of democratising strategic workforce planning (SWP) insights.   Joining him are strategic workforce planning experts, and Co-Founders of the revolutionary SWP AI platform, eQ8, Alicia Roach and Chris Hare. They have been at the forefront of driving innovation and excellence in SWP, making them the perfect guides to navigate the complex terrain of strategic workforce planning and the strategies needed to democratise it.  In this episode, you can expect learn more about: The latest developments in the dynamic HR tech landscape and their implications for SWP eQ8's innovative new product designed to democratise SWP insights and the motivations behind its creation  The concept of "upstream thinking" and its crucial role in SWP The potential pitfalls organisations face when they don't embrace democratisation The holistic approach HR and people analytics leaders should adopt to effectively democratise SWP  Strategies for communicating the urgency and benefits of SWP to leadership teams The future of democratised SWP and skills-based planning, along with advice for staying ahead in this evolving field Tips for staying adaptable and responsive to emerging HR tech trends without becoming overwhelmed  Don't miss this opportunity to gain exclusive insights that will propel your employee experience to new heights. This episode was brought to you in partnership with eQ8, a strategic workforce management tool. Explore eQ8's cutting-edge solutions at eQ8.ai/Insight222.   Additional Resources:  Chris Hare’s article on upstream thinking: https://eq8.ai/blog/unsung-heroism-of-swp   Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.