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Ep. 06

Brian Hershey- Director of Strategic Initiatives @ Gloat

Open Talent Marketplace

The world of work is constantly expanding, evolving, innovating. But today’s organisations aren’t. Because closed silos and rigid hierarchies limit their employees basically to do just one job, at one function, for one organisation. The future of work is all about Organisational Agility, Talent Agility, Career Agility and Sourcing Agility.  It’s about being able to move the right people in all the right place using a single pool of both external and internal talent. It’s about  empowering people to develop new skills, find exciting new opportunities, and build their dream career on their terms. Companies like Unilever, HSBC, Novartis and other ‘ahead of curve’ companies are already making this happen and platforms like Gloat are bringing it to life!

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Ep. 16

Tom Dewaele, Global Head of People Experience at Google

While companies strive to meet consumer demands promptly, the same dedication to enhancing the employee experience remains elusive. Recognizing the pivotal role of employee experience in driving organizational success requires a fundamental shift in organizational mindset. In this episode, Erika Giorgana, CEO & Founder at Humand, engages in a compelling conversation with Tom Dewaele, Global Head of People Experience at Google. Together, they explore the intricacies of Employee Experience (EX) and share exclusive insights about the pivotal role of EX in fostering a thriving workplace culture, unlocking productivity, and shaping the future of work.
Ep. 13

Jorge Obregón- Priest

There is no better example of a Servant leader than Jesus Christ. No matter our religion or beliefs, we all can learn so much about His life and the way He lead. Servant leaders place themselves at the service of the people, the mission and the vision. Leaders are “to serve, not to be served”
Ep. 04

Nick Leeson- former trader of Barings Bank

Nick Leeson is an English former derivatives trader notorious for bankrupting Barings Bank, the United Kingdom’s oldest merchant bank. He was a rogue trader who made fraudulent, unauthorised and speculative trades, and his actions led directly to 1995 collapse of the bank, for which he was sentenced to prison.

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