During the last few months, we have spoken with many business leaders who have shared that a key priority for them, naturally, has been the safety and well-being of their employees. There are many examples of inspiring actions taken by CEOs and companies in support of their employees. But as we’ve come to recognise that this crisis will last more than a few short weeks, companies are now defining their approach for the long haul. Adrian Thornycroft will be joining us to talk about how boards and leaders are inspiring their teams, and some of the best practices to emerge.
Lewis Maleh speaks with Sarah Shiers, Executive Coach. In this episode Sarah shares her insights on what it really means to lead more effectively through empowerment. Research regularly demonstrates that when employees feel empowered at work, it results in stronger job performance, better job satisfaction, and higher commitment to the organisation. Some of the best leaders lead by empowering their employees through delegating authority and decision-making, sharing information, asking for input, and being authentic.
Our CEO Lewis Maleh talks with Tiffany Olson, President, Nuclear & Precision Health Solutions at Cardinal Health. Nuclear & Precision Health Solutions develops, manufactures, compounds, dispenses and delivers over 10 million time critical patient specific doses annually via a network of nuclear pharmacies and manufacturing sites that span the United States. In this episode Tiffany discusses how she has been leading the organisation through the pandemic, key things leaders should be considering during this time, remote work, and what the future of work will look like in the post covid era.
Lewis Maleh speaks with Kelly Smith O'Hara, Head of North America of Bentley Lewis. While for many, the prospect of working from home seems idyllic, the reality of having to juggle work commitments and a hectic family life simultaneously can be daunting and at times guilt sets in. Lewis and Kelly share their thoughts on working from home while remaining productive and finding their balance with family life.
With being in lockdown the past 2 months, companies have had to really think hard about the way they hire. It's great to have Glenn Martin on The Recruitment Show Live this week to talk about: virtual hiring, the candidate experience, how interview processes could look like in the future. Expect some key takeaways of what you can implement in to your process.