Paychex HR Leadership Series

Paychex HR Leadership Series

Welcome to the official Paychex HR Leadership Series podcast, where we talk with experts and influencers on the top human resource issues in the industry.... Show More

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September 21, 2020 29 min

In this episode, nationally-syndicated columnist, actor, and leadership consultant, Pam Sherman, joins us to discuss what it takes to ignite a passion for your brand’s mission in others, and the impact of authenticity and expressiveness in leadership, as well as business and organizational development. A former lawyer, Sherman now conducts programs and coaches leaders all over the world about leadership communications and how to pr...

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In this episode, marketing and sales visionary David Meerman Scott, discusses his concept of Fanocracy, and the positive effects that putting the needs and wishes of employees ahead of every other priority within your organization can have on your organization, long-term. A renowned marketing strategist, entrepreneur, and advisor to emerging companies, Scott is known for sharing real-time strategies that spread ideas, influence min...

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Renowned HR research analyst, Josh Bersin, joins the podcast to discuss how HR leaders are adapting to new responsibilities and changing priorities. Listen in as he addresses everything from the tightrope between employee engagement and work-life balance, getting more from your existing HR technology platforms, new techniques for networking with your industry peers, and the power of a positive outlook. Josh also shares the latest a...

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In this episode, Paychex’s Diversity and Inclusion Project Manager, Dr. Deanna Kimbrel, discusses the importance of companies “leading with inclusion” in order to attract and retain diversity in the workplace, as well as how to become an inclusive leader, and what HR leaders can do to adopt an inclusive culture within their organization. Dr. Kimbrel brings more than 13 years of organizational development, human resources, and highe...

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In this episode, New York Times best-selling author and international leadership expert, Cy Wakeman, joins us to discuss the importance of evolution in the workplace, how leadership has changed amid the COVID-19 health crisis, and how business leaders can develop resiliency within the “new normal.” A dynamic keynote speaker, business consultant, and global thought leader with over 25 years of experience, Cy Wakeman brings a revolut...

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In this episode, renowned motivational speaker and storyteller, Steve Gilliland, joins us to discuss how leadership has changed in light of the pandemic and things business leaders should keep in mind as their teams return to work. A member of the Speaker Hall of Fame, Steve is a celebrated motivational speaker and storyteller, a best-selling author and a successful business leader. Speaking the language of other business leaders, ...

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In this special edition podcast, we’re joined by Trish McFarlane and Steve Boese to discuss the personal and professional impact of the coronavirus pandemic on HR practitioners. Trish and Steve lead H3HR Advisors, a full-service Human Capital Management consulting and advisory firm. They also host the HR Happy Hour podcast, the HR industry’s longest continuously running internet radio show and podcast. Listen in as we discuss why t...

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Today’s learner is mobile, digital, and often remote. They want their information just in time. They want it when and how they want it, and they don't want to be bored. In this episode, we discuss this new dynamic with Jody Stolt, Director of Leadership and Development at Paychex, one of the top training organizations in the world. Hear her thoughts on how to meet the modern learner on their terms ­– and on their phones – and d...

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We’re disrupting HR like you’ve never seen. Don’t miss these hot topics on HR issues, such as the changing role of HR, the future of technology, and the importance of finding top talent.

In this episode, Johnny Taylor, president and the CEO of Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), joins us with wit, wisdom, and insights on HR trends in 2020.

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Building a workforce requires hiring the best talent, creating a culture of collaboration and retention, and using technology to help realize employee potential. In this podcast you’ll hear about key trends from the Paychex Pulse of HR Survey, and learn how to shape your workforce to drive results.

Our guest speaker is Meghan Biro, CEO of TalentCulture. Meghan is a top online influencer who writes about HR and talent management for ...

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December 2, 2019 23 min

Rarely do we see the words “payroll” and “innovation” used in the same paragraph, let alone next to each other. In this conversation with HR advisor and analyst Trish McFarlane, we discuss how that is all changing, and how new payroll innovations are helping today’s leaders meet the needs and expectations of the modern workforce.

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For the modern HR professional, there are many new trends and imperatives that are driving a new approach and role. In this discussion with HR technology analyst George LaRocque, learn about the areas where you should focus your attention as you strive to make a positive business impact on your organization.

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August 26, 2019 31 min

Traditionally, wellness has been thought of in a physically healthy sense. But over time, organizations have found that thinking about wellbeing in a more comprehensive manner is not only preferable and better for the employees, but also better for the organization.

Listen to this wide-ranging conversation with Steve Boese, Co-Founder of H3 HR Advisors, Inc., as we discuss what a more holistic approach to wellbeing really means, and...

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For many people, the annual performance review is a staple of company life. But do employees see value in the process? Is it a helpful tool for driving performance and development? Is it linked to business cycles and goals, so that the overall results of the company can be improved?

Join our thoughtful conversation with Laurie Zaucha, Vice President of Human Resources and Organizational Development at Paychex, as we discuss how to r...

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When it comes to turnover, the last thing you want to do is be blindsided. Do you know what factors are driving turnover in your organization? How does it affect your succession plan? How do personalization, skills development, and career-pathing come into play?

Join this lively and engaging conversation with William Tincup, President of RecruitingDaily, as we discuss how to proactively – and reactively – think about the effects of ...

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Onboarding is a key aspect of employee retention. Managers are an essential component of this critical activity. So why aren’t more managers being trained in onboarding new employees?

Join our conversation with consultant and HR Bartender blog founder Sharlyn Lauby as we discuss how giving managers the tools to successfully onboard new employees can help set your business up for success. It’s a lively and thought-provoking conversat...

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