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Richmond SHRM Voices
15 minutes | Nov 16, 2022
Richmond SHRM Voices Podcast with Jillian Tyree, Market Director Robert Half
From the Great Resignation to the Great Reset companies are still struggling with staffing their organizations. As we close out the year 2022 and start our 2023 planning we are faced with another glooming R, the Recession.In this episode, Richmond SHRM Voices Podcast sits down with Jillian Tyree, Market Director with global talent solutions firm Robert Half, based in Richmond, Va. to discuss how a contingent workforce can help build business agility during this time of uncertainty of future economic fallout.Jillian Tyree oversees multiple practice areas: contract finance and accounting, permanent placement, management resources, full-time contract talent, and administrative and customer support. In her role, Jillian focuses on business development and recruiting, while managing and training her teams, overseeing operations in three offices, two in Richmond and one in Norfolk. Jillian holds 15 years of experience in specialized talent solutions at Robert Half. She has been with Robert Half since 2007 and has served as Practice Director, Branch Director, and Metro Market Director. She holds a B.A. in English from Limestone University. Additional facts: Jillian has been an SHRM member for 2 years. She is also involved locally with the United Way of Richmond and the United Way Women Rise program. A media spokesperson for Robert Half, Jillian has done TV interviews with local CBS and NBC affiliates as well as a number of local national print and radio outlets.
30 minutes | Aug 19, 2022
The Emotional Intelligence Employee Development Blueprint - After the Show
As Human Resources professionals, a critical function of your job is to understand people and teams well. This year our RSHRM Voices theme is the Great Reset for Organizations and Teams. Putting a different lens on the Great Resignation. As we reset.. understanding, investing, and focusing on Emotional Intelligence (EI) is key. Especially in the remote, hybrid workplace. In this episode, we hear thoughts on implementing EI and EI training for our HR practitioners and Leaders/Managers with David Cory the President and founder of The Emotional Intelligence Training Company (1998). David was one of the first Certified Master Trainers in the area of Emotional Intelligence with MHS Inc. (1998) and is considered to be an international expert on the integration of emotional intelligence and leadership development. David recently joined Richmond SHRM facilitating the Webinar: The Emotional Intelligence Employee Development Blueprint and sat down after the show to continue the conversation with us.Click here to learn more about David Cory and EI Training Company.
27 minutes | Jun 17, 2022
Rebuilding Mindsets Through Diversity of Thought with Dr. Shirley Davis - Juneteenth and National Pride Month Special Edition
Welcome to the Richmond SHRM Voices podcast brought to you by Paycor, stress-free software built to help HR leaders recruit, manage, pay and develop their people. We are excited to introduce Dr. Shirley Davis an accomplished corporate executive, global workforce management expert, a certified leadership coach, and a master of reinvention. She brings a high-energy, high-content, and high-value message to audiences all around the world. Dr. Davis recently served as our Richmond SHRM Keynote Speaker for our 8th Annual Diversity & Inclusion Symposium, Rebuilding Mindsets Through Diversity of Thought held this past May. In our last episode, we explored wellbeing trends and several effective practices that employers and HR practitioners can act on to support employee needs and enhance their total employee experience to combat the Great Resignation. Today we are going to continue the conversation on Rebuilding Mindsets Through Diversity of Thought. June has become an incredibly significant month in America. Companies are exploring ways to recognize Juneteenth and National Pride Month. In recognition of both, we are excited to hear from our best-selling author of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion for Dummies about actionable ways we can create an inclusive and diverse workplace for employees. DEI Certificate of Mastery in “Cultivating Cultures of Inclusion, Equity, and High Performance,” August 10-12, 2022 VIRTUAL!!! Register today at https://lnkd.in/gvkXH4bX Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion for Dummies Get it here: https://lnkd.in/effz7XXy
25 minutes | Mar 21, 2022
RSHRM Voices talks Employee Wellbeing Trends with One Digital
The overall trend in 2022 is an increased focus on the "whole employee". In this episode, RSHRHM Voices explores with Lucy Roberts, Ph.D. Practice Specialist at One Digital, wellbeing trends, and several effective practices that employers, HR practitioners can act on now to support employee needs and enhance your total employee experience. Episode Resources: One Digital educational employer and employee-facing resource here Top Employee Wellbeing Trends to Embrace in 2022 White Paper here
35 minutes | Feb 22, 2022
Navigating Through the Great Resignation: Eight Key Strategies to Retain Talent
Voices lands another rockstar interview! We had the chance to sit down and talk to Katherine Zampolin from Fahrenheit Advisors on eight key strategies to retain talent as we navigate through the Great Resignation. This is not the time for HR to be complacent! Join the conversation!
36 minutes | Dec 8, 2021
RSHRM Voices Podcast: Stay Hired with Karen Michael
You guys! We have our first repeat guest and what a guest it is! Karen Michael is joining us today to talk about her new book Stay Hired! Thriving & Surviving in the 21st Century Workplace.Karen Michael is the President of Richmond-based KarenMichael, PLC, a work law & HR consulting firm founded in 2008. As a former human resources executive and employment attorney with over 27 years of experience, Karen is also a sought-after speaker and even writes a weekly law column for the Richmond Times – and, of course, a published author!
24 minutes | Oct 11, 2021
Richmond SHRM Voices podcast with Alison French and Stephanie Hubka
We are mere WEEKS from Richmond SHRM’s 12th Annual Strategic Leadership Conference (and our 2nd virtual). If you haven’t already done so, RUN don’t walk to register for the 2-day virtual event Wednesday, October 20, and Thursday, October 21. The conference offers two half days of compelling speakers, virtual networking, and both SHRM and HRCI credit opportunities – especially those hard to obtain business credits. Visit richmondshrm.org. And today we have a great little teaser for our listeners because we have with us two of our session speakers – Alison French, Managing Director, Alto Solutions, LLC, and Stephanie Hubka, Managing Partner, Protos Learning, LLC. Both of these ladies are seasoned professionals in the strategic leadership and organization and development space. AND these ladies will be presenting a session entitled “Won’t You Be My Manager” – yes it does involve Mr. Rogers - at this year’s conference.
33 minutes | Oct 4, 2021
Richmond SHRM Voices Podcast sits down with Amy Jen Su, Richmond SHRM’s 12th Annual Strategic Leadership Conference Keynote Speaker
In this episode, we speak to Amy Jen Su, the author of the Harvard Business Review Press book, The Leader You Want to Be: Five Essential Principles to Bringing Out Your Best Self – Every Day (2019), which draws on her extensive experience serving industries such as private equity, financial services, biotechnology, software, consumer, and media. The book is engaging right from the start! ~Tiffany Fortune She is also co-author of the Washington Post bestseller Own the Room: Discover Your Signature Voice to Master Your Leadership Presence (Harvard Business Review Press 2013) and is a frequent contributor on HBR.org."HR Professionals are near and dear to my heart, they are the heartbeat of the organization. When RSHRM reached out I just thought this is the community. As they described what this community is feeling and experiencing, this chance to give back and be part of this felt great." ~ Amy Jen Su
32 minutes | Aug 11, 2021
Return to Office Series Ep. 2: Voices Podcast talks return to work with Lesley Bruno, HR Consultant at Dominion Payroll
Over the course of the summer, the Voices podcast will feature a series of interviews with leaders and practitioners on their return to office plans. We want to walk alongside you all as we figure out our post-Covid workplace. And today’s installation in the series will feature Lesley Bruno, HR Consulting Services Director at Dominion Payroll. This will be very complementary to our earlier interviews on the topic, but with a slightly different spin, as we dive in from a consultative perspective. Join us on Wednesday, August 11 from 9:00 am - 10:00 am EDT for the third of our four event RVA HR Forum Series on Return to Office Planning.For more information: firstname.lastname@example.org
46 minutes | Jul 9, 2021
Return to Office Series Ep. 1: Planning and Execution with Eva Hartmann
Join our conversation with Eva Hartmann, Richmond SHRM past president and CHRO of Schnabel Engineering, and Tiffany Fortune, Senior People Operations Business Partner at Mission Lane as we talk through their respective companies’ Return to Office plans. Each company is at a slightly different phase in planning and execution, which provides a broad perspective and a great listen! This is the first episode in our summer series where we want to walk alongside you all as we figure out our post-Covid workplace. And don't forget to register for the R-SHRM RVA Forum “Return to Office Planning” on July 14 (9:00 am -10:00 am) to go even deeper on this topic!
30 minutes | May 10, 2021
The Auditory Impact on Productivity
Are you still trying to find balance with the intense merge of work within your living space?Tune in to hear Richmond SHRM Voices discuss how to create a productive work environment where ever you are.
23 minutes | Apr 13, 2021
6 Steps for Building an Inclusive Workplace
Are you ready to cultivate a sense of belonging and inclusion within your organization? Tune in to Richmond SHRM Voices Podcast keeping you connected to all things HR. In this episode, we speak with Danielle Gilbert the founder and CEO of Manifest In You Consulting LLC on how we move from diversity to inclusion in our workplace.
22 minutes | Mar 9, 2021
HR Department of One
As an HR department of one constantly juggling the demands of your time, how can you stay on top of everything you need to do? In this episode, we speak with Kelsey Thayer, Human Resources Manager, New Member Chair, and Board Member of Richmond SHRM. Kelsey is a solo HR practitioner at authentic digital agency.
9 minutes | Feb 22, 2021
Black History Month, Inclusive Conservations with Danielle Gilbert
What does Black History Month mean to you? This is the question we ask Danielle Gilbert, the founder, and CEO of Manifest In You Consulting LLC. Join us as Richmond SHRM Voices Podcast talks with Danielle on the importance of engaging in courageous, inclusive conversations, not just during February but every month of the year. We discuss how inclusive conversations impact engagement, productivity, and retention in the workplace.
30 minutes | Feb 12, 2021
Getting Women Back To Work in 2021
Check out our episode with Sara Shelton, Managing Director and Human Capital Management Practice Area Lead for Fahrenheit Advisors. We chat with her about the worrisome trend of women exiting the workforce and how HR can support working moms and women of color through this unprecedented time and not lose valuable resources and critical voices within our organizations. We reference the following white papers and articles: Women in the Workplace 2020 CNN’s “Working mothers are quitting to take care of their kids, and the US job market may never be the same” CNN’s “The US economy lost 140,000 jobs in December. All of them were held by women” If you or your company are interested in HR consulting services, please check out Fahrenheit Advisors
5 minutes | Jan 14, 2021
Bonus Segment: Employee Resource Groups
We are excited to bring bonus segments to you as a complement to our series launched in December 2020.In this bonus segment, we hear from Genworth Chief Diversity Officer, Melvyn Smith Jr. Melvyn shares with us the value of D&I Focused Employee Resource Groups (ERG) and how to bring ERGs to your organization.Greater Richmond SHRM Your connection to top HR innovators, policymakers, and emerging HR talent.
24 minutes | Dec 12, 2020
SHRM Richmond Area Diversity Roundtable (RADR) and DEI
Building an inclusive workforce has never been more critical to our future and the future of our organizations. As the year draws to a close, diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) remain top of mind for HR practitioners and executive leaders going into 2021. In this episode, we have the pleasure of speaking with Melvyn Smith Jr. Chief Diversity Officer with Genworth and Committee Chair for Richmond SHRM RADR – Richmond Area Diversity Roundtable. Melvyn is joining us to talk about Richmond SHRM RADR’s 2020 initiatives, DEI career journey, and what’s ahead for 2021.
23 minutes | Dec 12, 2020
RSHRM Talks Virginia Employment Law with Karen Michael
2020. What. A. Year. As we head into the home stretch, I think many of us are anxious for a “fresh” start in 2021. While the challenges that we faced this year will reverberate into the future – both positively when we think about the new dialogue around social justice and, possibly negatively when we think of the long reach of the economic impact from the pandemic – one thing is for certain, we have to keep moving forward. We have to keep planning for the future. And as HR practitioners, we have to keep preparing for how work will get done, how we will attract, retain, and train our talent, and how we will keep compliant within the “ever-changing normal” (not sure we can keep calling it the “new normal”). To help get us in the forward-mindset as we close out this year, we sat down with Karen Michael to discuss the employment law landscape for 2021. What should employers be thinking about in the new year – from returning to work practices to operationalizing the Virginia Values Act. Karen Michael is the President of Richmond-based Karen Michael, PLC, a work law & HR consulting firm founded in 2008. Karen Michael Related Articles: https://richmond.com/business/labor-law-top-considerations-managers-may-need-for-leading-the-workplace-during-and-after-the/article_dd6ca89b-c902-5612-b430-10268732edeb.html https://richmond.com/business/labor-law-now-is-the-time-for-managers-to-communicate-empathize-and-guide-the-business/article_b75c77c1-dbe2-51aa-a242-54268ef361b0.html https://richmond.com/news/local/labor-law-new-virginia-law-bans-hairstyle-discrimination/article_59ff0dae-ee94-51c9-94e1-6ebc8454d232.html
16 minutes | Dec 12, 2020
Mental Health and the Workplace
Mental health was at the top of many employers’ minds before the pandemic, and we’re only beginning to see how COVID-19 will impact employees. The changes in working practices have presented additional challenges to maintaining good mental health. In this episode, we are discussing Workplace Strategies for Mental Health with Dr. Lakesha Roney, Owner of Inner Self Counseling and Consultation LLC. located in Richmond Virginia. Dr. Roney is also the Executive Clinical Director at HYPE Counseling Services and serves as the Chapter Chair of the Virginia Counselors Association (VCA).
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