show episodes
 
This podcast features doctors, scientists, business leaders and experts who are at the leading edge of the Work Reset Revolution and changing the way we are doing things at work. Empowering organisations and employees to proactively prevent burnout.Hosted by Cara de Lange, it shares messages and advice to help change the way we work and lay the stepping stones for the next generation. Work Reset Revolution is brought to you by Softer Success - your burnout prevention partner Visit www.softer ...
 
Loading …
show series
 
Tristan A. Foerster is the CEO and Co-founder of ClimatePartner. Tristan A. Foerster has been the Managing Director of ClimatePartner since 2011. The economics graduate (Freiburg, Paris) was the personal assistant of Roland Berger and advised banks and insurance companies. He has experience in the business development of online service providers su…
 
Rachel Davison is Head of New Business & Marketing at Oak Engage and formerly HR Director there too. In this episode, Rachel shares the concept of unlimited holidays and fluid working. Time Stamp [0:25] What are the biggest crisis affecting the modern workplace? [2:46] Whats is the concept of unlimited holidays [5:28] The concept of fluid working […
 
Dr. Steven MacGregor shares his expertise on well being in the workplace and what the work reset revolution looks like. Dr. Steven MacGregor is founder of Leadership Academy Barcelona and author of Chief Wellbeing Officer, The Daily Reset. Global expert in workplace health, wellbeing and performance with PhD and Master's degree in design thinking a…
 
Liane Hornsey, chief people officer at Palo Alto Networks talks about how their flex network approach is allowing them to get high employee engagement and how they are prioritising mental health and well being in the workplace. Liane Hornsey joined Palo Alto Networks as chief people officer in September 2018. Liane previously served as chief people…
 
In this first episode after the summer break Dr. Steven MacGregor introduces his new book, The Daily Reset: 366 Nudges to Move Your Life Forward, now available to pre-order at: www.dailyreset.me where you can also sign up to the mailing list for news and advance content ahead of publication on 6th December.In this episode Steven narrates the full i…
 
Dr. Ela Manga is the founder of Breathwork Africa, and also the author of BREATHE: Strategising Energy in the Age of Burnout. How many of us stop breathing and hold tension in our bodies when we’re working? How many of us even notice that we’re doing that automatically? Dr Ela Manga shares the increasingly popular universal technique to reverse the…
 
Tony Strows is Learning and Development Director at Philips, currently focusing on innovating the employee experience at Philips. Summary It’s not only the customer experience that needs designing… the employee experience is a growing field of research and design. Tony Strows of Philips is doing just that, directing the efforts towards innovative p…
 
Jo Yarker is an organizational psychologist and director at Affinity Health at Work. She also runs programs at Birkbeck University. In conversations about work-life balance and managing work stress, the burden is often placed on the individual: wake up earlier, commit to a better schedule, drink more water. What if we approach the issue as a collec…
 
Danielle Hellebrand is a neuroscientist who worked for 20 years in the Human Resource field. In 2011 she quit her corporate job and dove into the world of psychology, neurobiology and cognitive neurosciences. By now everyone knows stress is harmful for the body. How about the brain? Neuroscientist Danielle Hellebrand of Better Brains at Work breaks…
 
Mireia Las Heras is a Professor in the Managing People in Organizations Department at IESE Business School. Since 2019 she serves as the Director of the International Center for Work and Family. She is an Industrial Engineer by training, holds an MBA from IESE Business School, and a Doctorate in Business Administration from Boston University. Her s…
 
Karina Nielsen is professor of work psychology at Sheffield University. Over our careers, we all tend to figure out our own “best practices” -- bit like workplace self-care. There’s a term for it, “job crafting”, and Karina Nielsen is here to discuss how to take it to the next level. Time stamps [1:17] The concept of ‘job crafting’ [5:23] The role …
 
Teena Clouston is a professor in occupational therapy, life balance and well-being at Cardiff University. She deconstructs what we think of as normal and unchangeable practices in the workplace, promotes the human aspects of productivity, and encourages us to rethink what “sustainability” really means. Summary The industry of work is filled with bu…
 
Joe Ryle is on a mission to change the way we structure our work week -- gone are the 5-day working weeks where people are dead most of the week and looking forward to two days for relief. Join his campaign to persuade corporations and governments to prioritise mental health over stress and low productivity. Summary Stress is the workplace crisis t…
 
Michael P. Leiter, Ph.D., is an organisational psychologist interested in the relationships of people with their work. He has been professor of Industrial and Organisational Psychology at Deakin University in the Faculty of Health and Canada Research Chair in Occupational Health at Acadia University. He is currently a professor at St. Mary’s Univer…
 
Rounding off our first theme this year of "Thriving Business" we talk to the VP of Global Talent at ServiceNow EMEA, Sally Sourbron. We view a rapidly growing business that nonetheless holds health and wellbeing close to ensure sustainable growth. An authentic approach to wellbeing is enabled by leveraging the core competence of the business - expe…
 
Closing out the "Starting Up" theme we talk to Vlad Gheorghiu, co-Founder and co-CEO of mental health start-up Kyan Health. Departing from his own upbringing of discussing the importance of mental health around the dinner table with Psychiatrist parents, we move to the vision for Kyan Health and how the way we work might change to better embrace re…
 
In a continuation of the "Starting Up" theme we talk to Oracle's Head of EMEA Strategy for Oracle Cloud HCM and 'Oracle for Startups' Ambassador Yazad Dalal. We cover the entrepreneurial response to the pandemic, internal and external cases of good practice, how entrepreneurs are looking to build a better world, and of course an answer to that ques…
 
Kicking-off our Q2 theme of "Starting Up" we talk to Malte Krohn, a design and innovation expert and author of the forthcoming book, The Mindful Startup. After a brief introduction to the three episodes which comprise this theme, the conversation with Malte covers why entrepreneurs need to be more mindful, maintaining the balance between drive and …
 
In a continuation of the "Thriving Business" theme we talk to Global Head of Learning & Development at L'Oréal BeautyTech Ronny Kelders. Starting with his own journey in L&D that has traversed Nike, Heineken and Uber we look forward with optimism to the new 'roaring 20s' - fuelled by science and technology, trust, and of course, wellbeing.…
 
We make a return for 2021 and a new theme of "Thriving Business." First up is Claus Flensborg, Global L&D Director at Arla Foods. may have had a sectoral advantage during the pandemic but have navigated problems around the supply chain to post a record year and build a stronger workforce, taking advantage of the new reality to move towards a new st…
 
We finish the year with our final reflections on community with Standing on Giants co-Founder Robbie Hearn. Discussing cases from Airbnb to giffgaff we consider how community engagement can strengthen the business in times of adversity, helping organisations embrace vulnerability and better align with their core values. See you in 2021!…
 
In episode 34 we talk to the Head of Sustainability Operations at O2 Will Kirkpatrick on how a view of community might add value to a business. From considering the corporate case for O2 and specifically how digital and mobile help connect people, to small business and their place in the local community, we examine the space where the business case…
 
Kicking off our Q4 focus on community we talk to Elissa Goldenberg, COO at The Wellbeing Project and Founder of EG Coaching & Consulting. We discuss the work of The Wellbeing Project and how they support social entrepreneurs to understand the importance of individual wellbeing and how, through giving and receiving from their community, may help mob…
 
In the third and final episode of our Travel theme for Q3 we talk to Senior Vice President and Managing Director of Hilton UK & Ireland Stephen Cassidy. Framed around his leadership response in one of the travel sector's most badly hit industries we find messages of hope in stories regarding care for NHS workers and the positive legacy that may rem…
 
In the second of three episodes based on Travel for Q3 we talk to McKinsey Partner Melissa Dalrymple about her recent article, "Make it better, not just safer: The opportunity to reinvent travel" including the current pain points for travellers in a "friction-laden experience" and how we might get back to the golden era of travel when romance and e…
 
We're back! Kicking off the Q3 theme of Travel we talk to Matthew Wilson, Associate General Counsel EMEA and APAC at Uber about the company's response to the COVID-19 crisis, discussing the nature of pivoting, dealing with uncertainty, catering for changing customer needs, the wellbeing of younger staff, and many more topics which show how one of t…
 
In this special joint episode which closes the Q2 theme of Wellbeing in the Built Environment we talk to experts in Facilities Management and Occupational Health and Safety. With Steve, the Wellbeing Lead for Accenture at ISS, we discuss a future vision of facilities which breaks people out of silos and advances the wellbeing agenda. With Elyse, a …
 
We continue our look at wellbeing in the built environment with Akka Architects CEO Stephanie Akkaoui Hughes. Coinciding with the launch of The Recovery Summit (www.therecoverysummit.com) which ran from 15-19th June we discuss Stephanie's progressive view of architecture and the need for participatory design to customise workspaces that keep us saf…
 
Kicking off our Q2 theme of "Wellbeing in the Built Environment" we talk to senior vice president of research at the International Well Building Institute, Dr. Whitney Austin Gray. Covering areas such as workplace diversity and inclusion, the power of design to create our post-crisis future, the emotional effects of COVID-19, and even bottlenecks f…
 
In the last of 3 episodes on the theme of wellbeing in professional services we talk to Katherine Semler, Head of Leadership Development Iberia at Korn Ferry. The rapidly accelerating COVID-19 crisis provides the context for discussing leading through a crisis and the role that wellbeing is increasingly playing in leadership development.…
 
After looking at the darker side of technology addiction and human weakness in episode 20, we focus this month on a more positive view of technology in the emerging world of work. We're joined by former McKinsey partner and co-founder of AI start-up enaible to talk about how Artificial Intelligence may help create a more thriving workplace.Don't fo…
 
On our return from the summer break we talk to Dr. Nuria Oliver of the Vodafone Institute. Honoured as Data Scientist of the Year by the BDVA earlier in September to go with a long list of accolades we discuss how Big Tech needs to be more on our side, rather than exploiting our weaknesses. With a particular interest in empowering young people, Nur…
 
As we come to the end of our summer break, yet still keen to broadcast an August episode, we make available Chapter 13 from the SEP audiobook. This also marks the imminent release of the new paperback version, substantially re-worked from the 2014 Financial Times Press hardback and available on Amazon from mid-September.The global food system is in…
 
This month we talk to Fernando Lallana, Head of Workspace Services at Heineken Spain. Discussing different wellbeing related initiatives at the company we consider the importance of having a strategy and vision which connects everything to the Employee Value Proposition.Have a look at: https://www.europeanbusinessreview.com/category/blog/macgregor-…
 
Here we talk with Santander's Global Head of Strategy and Culture, Dan Strode about The Santander Way; eight behaviours, three values and four leadership commitments that help the company's 202,000 employees in 32 different countries be the best version of themselves and drive the company forward. Have a look at: https://www.europeanbusinessreview.…
 
In part 2 of the SAP case recorded 6 months on from episode 15 we discuss the changes in the Happiness at Work initiative and focus on how experience journey mapping was used to calculate the financial return on different wellbeing interventions.Look out for the accompanying 1000 word article and 1 minute video on The European Business Review here:…
 
Kicking off the re-booted podcast Steven talks to Toby Haug as he launches SAPs new Happiness at Work initiative. In this first of a two-part look at SAP and happiness, we discuss Toby's long leadership experience in design thinking, the background to this board supported pilot for commercial sales in Barcelona, Dublin and Cairo, and several other …
 
Chapter 3 from the new Sustaining Executive Performance audiobook which looks at the foundations of design thinking and how it may be taught within the business school world.Find the book on Audible or Amazon. Go to: www.thelabcn.com/sep#audiobook1 for links.By Dr. Steven MacGregor
 
To mark the release of Chief Wellbeing Officer as an Audiobook we make available Chapter 6: Leading Through Physical Intelligence.The Audiobook can be purchased on Amazon, Audible and iTunes, and is available free when signing up to a trial subscription. Go to: www.thelabcn.com/cwo#audiobookBy Dr. Steven MacGregor
 
As we approach the 1st year anniversary of the podcast we reflect on the 11 episodes to date before talking to Paul Hughes of the Center for Creative Leadership. With a background in Law, MBA and PhD Paul discusses how a deeper view of leadership is required today for effective leadership development, to reflect the changes that are happening in or…
 
We return after a longer than anticipated summer break with Jenny Campbell, founder and CEO of the Resilience Engine. We talk of a new, more positive understanding of resilience and some of the research that Jenny and her team are undertaking in Edinburgh. Hero leadership, resilience 'assets', and the role of learning in being more resilient are al…
 
Here Steven talks to Kenneth Mikkelsen, author of The Neo-Generalist with Richard Martin, a 2016 book that challenges head-on society's fascination with hyper-specialism and labelling. Neo-Generalists, according to Kenneth "live in more than one world" with the conversation covering mental agility, life-wide learning, the education system, the disc…
 
In episode 9 we talk to Neil McIntosh, a pioneering journalist and the managing editor of BBC online. Responsible for the BBC homepage which has 8 million visitors per week and 1 billion clicks per year we talk to Neil about news and journalism today including the dangers of fake news, our online habits, and where health and wellbeing fits in a 24-…
 
Episode 8 of the Chief Wellbeing Officer podcast is the Executive Education special.In the introduction Rory and Steven reflect on how IESE Business School got to number 1 in the world, according to the Financial Times rankings. Rory helped set up the international executive education division 20 years ago as its first director and Steven has taugh…
 
Reflecting on the pilot of a new Agile Ways of Working program for Telefónica we speak to Jeff Gothelf, a global expert in the areas of lean and agile, about why agile is so important for the world of work today, covering benefits for health and wellbeing as well as his own de-risking strategy in moving his family from New Jersey to Barcelona.Produ…
 
We catch up with John McCusker at the 6th annual HR Core LAB in Barcelona and talk of his personal journey, cultural agility, finding purpose, and developing talent in one of the world's most emblematic family-owned businesses. And yes, this interview between two Scotsmen did take place in a bar..Produced by Alejandro Yllarramendy.…
 
Loading …

Quick Reference Guide

Copyright 2021 | Sitemap | Privacy Policy | Terms of Service
Google login Twitter login Classic login