Pages of HR

Providing insightful conversations about HR-related books with the writers who create them.

Pages of HR: Building Team Connections in a Disconnected World

  In the latest episode of Pages of HR, I’m excited to be joined by Ryan Jenkins, co-founder of LessLonely.com, a resource for addressing workplace loneliness and creating more belonging at work. Ryan is also a generations expert and for the past decade, he’s helped organizations optimize generational dynamics, lessen worker loneliness, and prepare for […]

Pages of HR: The Talent Fix

In the latest episode of Pages of HR, I’m joined by Tim Sackett, President of HRU Technical Resources, an IT and Engineering Staffing firm. Tim not only writes for Fistful of Talent and his popular HR blog The Tim Sackett Project, but also brings 20 years of Executive HR and Talent Acquisition experience working for Fortune 500 companies […]

Pages of HR: The Silent Killers of Exploration

  In the latest episode of Pages of HR, I am pleased to be joined by Andy Binns, co-founder of Change Logic and award-winning corporate innovation guru. Andy has teamed up with Charles O’Reilly and Michael Tushman on the new guidebook Corporate Explorer: How Corporations Beat Startups at the Innovation Game. Corporate Explorer is a […]

Pages of HR: The Future of the Office

So, if you’re anything like me, there’s a good chance you listen to your favorite podcasts while working from home – something so many of us have been doing for two years now and will likely continue to do for the foreseeable future. Now that remote work is the “new normal,” many of us are […]

Pages of HR: Rethinking Organizational Leadership

The Great Resignation is still making waves as employee turnover continues to spike globally. After spending more than 18 months at home, many employees have had time to think about what’s most important to them when it comes to work/life balance. For many this includes flexibility, working from home, and spending more quality time with […]

Pages of HR Podcast: The New Rules of Work

The seventh episode of Pages of HR is all about the new rules of work. As we all know, the COVID-19 pandemic has completely changed the way we work. And  the last two years have been a major change for not only employees, but also HR leaders and organizations in ways that we’ve never imagined. […]

Pages of HR: Effectively Thriving in Leadership

In the sixth episode of Pages of HR, we tackle leadership and the challenges that come along with it. As we all know, the last two years have tested HR leaders and organizations in ways that we’ve never imagined. In this episode, we are pleased to be joined by Josh Saterman, Nettie Nitzberg, and Gerald […]

Pages of HR: Cultivating Meaningful Partnership at Work

The pandemic has not only altered the way we work, but also the relationships we have with our coworkers. Now more than ever, both leaders and their teams crave deeper connection and more authentic relationships. But how can organizations accomplish this goal — particularly knowing that it will require a reset of how leaders and […]

Pages of HR: Building an Inclusive and Equitable Organization

In our fourth episode of “Pages of HR,” we are joined by co-authors Arthur Woods, an LGBTQ+ leader in HR technology and co-founder of Mathison, a technology for diversity hiring; and Susanna Tharakan, Head of Diversity at Sisense, DEI researcher and practitioner in the area of industrial, organizational psychology. Hiring For Diversity: The Guide to […]

Pages of HR: An Openness to Share Goes a Long Way in Corporate Culture

As we continue to celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month, we have an amazing opportunity to build positive connections between HR professionals and the Hispanic and Latino community. In our third episode of “Pages of HR,” we talk about inspirational stories of Latina HR professionals leading, thriving, and breaking barriers across various industries. Today’s guest is […]