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Redefining HR is a podcast exploring the leading edges of all things talent - HR, people operations, recruiting, etc (formerly 21st Century HR). Each week I sit down with leading thinkers and doers in the field to get an inside look at how they build their teams, what drives them, and where we can do better. The podcast spotlights mavericks, innovators, boundary-pushers, creators, builders, and convention crushers. It’s a conversational format bringing real insights, experience, and stories from a range of business and talent leaders around the world.

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May 31, 2022 36 min

In this episode of Redefining HR, I’m sitting down with Kathleen Hogan, chief people officer at Microsoft. In this spirited and topical conversation, Kathleen and I discuss her non-linear career path to the HR executive seat, how she approaches innovation at scale at Microsoft and how her team embraces open-source HR practices through Microsoft’s WorkLab.

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In this episode of Redefining HR, I’m sitting down with Jill Campbell, Cox Enterprises’ president and chief people and operations officer. Jill and I discuss her move from operational leadership into HR leadership, how the team thinks about flexibility at scale, maintaining a people-centric workplace, the importance of business acumen in HR and more.

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In this episode of Redefining HR, I’m excited to be joined by Nichelle Grant, head of diversity, equity and inclusion at Siemens USA. Nichelle and I are sitting down to talk about her career path through Siemens to her current role, how she thinks about prioritizing DEI in remote and hybrid environments, and why it’s essential to spread your DEI efforts throughout the supply chain.

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In this episode of Redefining HR, I’m joined by best-selling author and the founder of Box of Crayons, Michael Bungay Stanier. Michael and I sit down to talk about creativity and innovation, the role these concepts have in the workplace and what is uncovered when they are encouraged at work.

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Welcome to another episode of Redefining HR. I’m joined by Cadigan Talent Ventures talent hacker and advisor Steve Cadigan in this episode. Steve and I sit down to talk about his book, “Workquake,” his experience scaling LinkedIn from 400 to 4,000 employees and everything about building a new world of work.

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In this episode of Redefining HR, I’m sitting down with Oyster CEO and founder Tony Jamous. I was thrilled to talk with Tony and discuss all things remote work. In this conversation, we’re talking about Oyster’s origin story, what scaling has looked like over the last two years as the demand for remote work has surged, his thoughts on building a thriving culture with a globally and culturally distributed workforce, and much more.

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In this episode of Redefining HR, I’m thrilled to sit down with Piyush Mehta, Genpact’s chief human resources officer. Piyush and I discuss how he views HR evolution and innovation at scale. We also walk through the complexities of navigating and transforming the HR and people functions in an organization with more than 115,000 employees.

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In this episode, I’m sitting down with SwagUp founder and CEO Michael Martocci. Michael and I talk about his experience building and scaling SwagUp, the origins of his entrepreneurial spirit and his viewpoint on scaling culture as the organization grows.

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In this episode of Redefining HR, I’m joined by Pavle Stojkovic, chief people officer at SWORD Health. Pavle and I are talking about his career in hyper scale and growth, his experience at The Athletic, what it’s been like to search for a job in the competitive CHRO/HR market, what he is doing now and more.

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In this episode of Redefining HR, I’m excited to sit down with VICE Media’s chief people officer Daisy Auger-Domínguez. In this episode, Daisy and I talk about her career path, her work in diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging, her book, and much more.

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Welcome to a very special episode of Redefining HR. I’ve wanted to record a podcast episode with a CEO and chief people officer for a few seasons now to talk about the dynamics of that working relationship, how they collaborate, partner, overcome disagreements and much more. And in this episode, I get to do exactly that! Join me as I sit down with Eventbrite CEO Julia Hartz and Chief Human Resources Officer David Hanrahan to discus...

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In this episode, Karsten Vagner of Maven Clinic and I talk about his career, how his childhood shaped his views about work and the type of mission-driven organization he wanted to work in. We also talk about the impact of the pandemic on parents and caregivers, the power of community in HR and much more.

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In this episode, I’m sitting down with EEOC Commissioner Keith Sonderling. Our conversation ranged from federal civil rights to AI. We are also discussing why it’s important for the EEOC and HR to work together to create significant change at work.

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In this episode of Redefining HR, I am thrilled to be sitting down with Beth Steinberg, SVP of people and talent at Chime. Beth is sharing her deep wisdom on all things leadership and people, what drew her to the field of HR, advice for CHROs and CPOs in new roles who are building relationships with their CEOs, and what she is building at Chime.

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In this episode of Redefining HR, I’m joined by Maryanne Caughey, head of people ops at Notion. We are discussing her role at Notion, what she’s learned from scaling and growing their operations, what it was like joining a new company just a few months into the pandemic, and how Notion’s software is improving their people team.

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In today's episode, I sat down with Y Combinator's head of leadership and executive talent, Brendan Browne. I was excited to discuss Brendan's career path and growth in recruiting, his move to venture capital and what he learned, his thoughts on the current recruitment landscape and his advice for first-time heads of people working with early-stage founders.

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In this episode, I sat down with eqtble co-founder and CEO Joseph Ifiegbu. We discuss his new business, his deep background in data science and people analytics, and how it has led him to what he is building now.

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Welcome back to the seventh season of Redefining HR! In this episode we talk about Ian’s career in people analytics, his recent article in the Harvard Business Review titled “Who Is Driving The Great Resignation?” and the massive dataset that has uncovered the drivers of the Great Resignation.

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As we begin winding down 2021 and getting ready for 2022, I wanted to share some of those answers with you to close the year on a hopeful note for our field - and the leaders driving us into this new world of work.
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In the Season 6 finale of Redefining HR, I sat down with ADP Research Institute’s head of research, Marcus Buckingham. We discuss his career, his views on the evolution of performance in HR and the new HRXPS report that measures the performance and impact of HR teams.

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