Steve Lovig: Captain HR To The Rescue
About Steve Lovig: Nicknamed "Captain HR", Steve is a 'different kind of' HR executive, writer and podcast host, and former Adjunct Professor. His expertise includes human capital management, employee relations and engagement, and performance coaching and improvement. An HR pro with an educator's viewpoint, Steve believes in helping others learn by delving into problems and finding impactful solutions using real-world research, activities, and a 'what-if' approach. He has proven to be a trusted advisor to C-Suite, coach to managers, and advocate for employees. He has earned an MS in HR Management, SHRM-CP, PHR, and Six Sigma certs. Steve is a member of Forbes Human Resources Council, has been quoted in Atlanta Business Chronicle, and Atlanta Journal-Constitution, and profiled in HR Decisions Magazine. In this episode Jason and Steve Lovig discuss:Taking family culture seriously and making it workThe story of Captain HRHow company culture growsEncouraging employees to care Key Takeaways: Integrating families and family culture in businesses actually works.Let yourself be seen as approachable to people and let yourself be helpful to people in the office. Company culture grows from the leader’s personal values. A company who values honesty and integrity will in turn have a company that also values honesty and integrity. Making company initiatives that make people feel cared for are good, “Don’t just look at best practices… check your gut, do the research. If you got a good idea that you don’t see anyone else doing, that doesn’t mean it’s wrong… Don’t be afraid just because it hasn’t been tried before - to speak up, ask about it, and try it. It might be something helpful for you, for your boss, for your community.” - Steve Lovig Connect with Steve Lovig:Website: www.homestarfc.comLinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/stevelovig Email: email@example.com Connect with Steve and Jason:LinkedIn: Jason or SteveWebsite: Rewire, Inc.: Transformed Thinking Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Show notes by Podcastologist: Justine TallaAudio production by Turnkey Podcast Productions. You're the expert. Your podcast will prove it.