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HR Studio Podcast

HR Studio Podcast is designed to accelerate the development of new and aspiring HR leaders. Guests include senior HR executives, thought-leaders, authors, speakers and trend-spotters from the field of HR and beyond. Listeners will learn what it takes to succeed in HR today through career stories and journeys; developmental references and resources; human capital trends and much more. Check out http://www.hrstudiopodcast.com for more information.
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Welcome to HR Studio Podcast

This podcast began by featuring the career journeys of senior HR leaders, including CHROs. As our journey evolved, we found phenomenal keynote speakers, industry thought leaders and consultants whose contributions to the field of HR and leadership development were important to include. The end result is a podcast and networking community to help aspiring HR leaders to listen, learn and leverage. We hope you enjoy. Please visit HR Studio Podcast to learn more, to download complete show notes for each episode and to subscribe for email notification of new episodes.

Aug 22, 2016

Career Advice for Aspiring Leaders: Hustle & the Perils of “Busy”
Misti Burmeister explains why and how to hustle to get to know yourself; find your passion; and advance your career. She shares a model for personal development and advises aspiring leaders to develop people the same way you mine for gold. She draws from those who have inspired her. Her energy and advice will leave you ready to hustle to advance your career.

Download show notes at: http://www.ajoconnor.com/HRstudio/podcasts/Misti_Burmeister

Aug 8, 2016

Michael Lee Stallard – Helping Leaders Create Cultures That Connect
Michael Lee Stallard defines the meaning of culture within the organizational context. He describes three distinct types of sub-cultures and illustrates with two noteworthy examples of highly connected cultures – The Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center and the band U2. He concludes with ideas on how leaders can build a culture of connection in their organizations.

Download show notes at: http://www.ajoconnor.com/HRstudio/podcasts/Michael_Stallard

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