Be More - a podcast by Peakon
Some say that the way we work has progressed by a decade in the past four months. Be More is a podcast that stimulates discussion about how everyone at an organization can thrive in the new world of work. Each episode spotlights a topic that organizations and their employees must address if they are to be more as the way we work changes so rapidly.
Why You Need to Bet on Yourself with Laurie Ruettimann, Founder at Punk Rock HR
July 27, 2021 • 33 MIN
In this episode Patrick is joined by Laurie Ruettimann, Founder at Punk Rock HR, to discuss the value of a mentoring relationship, the distinct difference between mentoring and coaching, and how important it is to be aspirational about who could be your mentor.
Making Mental Health... Health with Dr. Georgia Gaveras, Chief Psychiatrist at Talkiatry
July 19, 2021 • 31 MIN
In this episode Patrick is joined by Dr. Georgia Gaveras, Chief Psychiatrist at Talkiatry. They discuss anxiety, what it means for an individual, and how organizations can effectively incorporate a mental health approach.
Introverts & Extroverts at Work with Scott Dust, Associate Professor of Management at Miami University
July 12, 2021 • 31 MIN
In this episode, Patrick is joined by Scott Dust, Associate Professor of Management at Miami University. They discuss the difference between introverts and extroverts, how this topic is not as linear as one may think, and what organizations should consider as we build plans to return to the workplace.
Well-being at Ford with Anoop Chaudhuri, Vice President of Human Resources for Ford Motor Company in Australia and New Zealand
July 5, 2021 • 32 MIN
In this episode, Patrick is joined by Anoop Chaudhuri, Vice President of Human Resources for Ford Motor Company in Australia and New Zealand. They discuss the importance of the mental well-being of the employees and insights from Ford's well-being strategy.
How To Make Your Employees Happy with Karen Guggenheim, Founder of The World Happiness Summit®, Wellbeing Advocate & Speaker
June 24, 2021 • 32 MIN
In this episode, Patrick is joined by Karen Guggenheim, the founder of World Happiness Summit®, wellbeing advocate & speaker. They discuss her thoughts on why it is important for individuals to become aware of their happiness and how to learn it practically.
[Greatest Hits] Selling Out Ethically with Lily Zheng, Organizational Diversity & Inclusion Consultant
June 17, 2021 • 27 MIN
In this episode, Patrick is joined by Lily Zheng, an Independent Organizational Consultant focusing on diversity and inclusion. They discuss how to maintain integrity in the age of compromise, the relationship of trust between organizations and their employees, and why everyone sells out.
[Greatest Hits] How To Make Meetings Work with Steven Rogelberg, Professor of Management at the University of North Carolina
June 10, 2021 • 19 MIN
In this episode, Patrick is joined by Steven Rogelberg, Professor of Management at the University of North Carolina. They discuss how meetings have changed over the past fifty years, the problem with meetings pre COVID-19 and how to deal with "meeting overwhelm".
Engagement vs Connection with Jennifer McClure, CEO at Unbridled Talent & DisruptHR
June 3, 2021 • 36 MIN
In this week's episode Patrick Cournoyer is joined by Jennifer McClure, the CEO at Unbridled Talent & DisruptHR. They discuss her thoughts on both engagement and connection in the workplace, how they align, and how they are different.
Gender Discrimination in the Workplace with Dorothy Dalton, Founder & CEO at 3Plus International
May 27, 2021 • 28 MIN
In this week's episode Patrick Cournoyer is joined by Dorothy Dalton, founder, and CEO of 3Plus International. They discuss the challenges with gender balance in the workplace today and how it directly affects growth within an organization.
Vulnerability in the Workplace with Rand Fishkin, Co-Founder & CEO at SparkToro
May 20, 2021 • 25 MIN
In this week's episode Patrick Cournoyer is joined by Rand Fishkin, a Co-Founder & CEO at SparkToro. They discuss the importance of vulnerability in the workplace, what stops people from being more vulnerable, and what we can all do to change this...
The Importance of Personal & Professional Wellbeing with Joe Burridge, Senior Recruiter at Epic Games
May 13, 2021 • 30 MIN
In this episode, Patrick Cournoyer is joined by Joe Burridge, a senior recruiter at Epic Games. They discuss his perspective on talent acquisition and explore ideas about both personal and professional well-being.
[Greatest Hits] Bringing your Whole Self to Work with Jennifer Brown, Founder & CEO at Jennifer Brown Consulting
April 22, 2021 • 43 MIN
In this episode Patrick is joined by Jennifer Brown, Founder & CEO at Jennifer Brown Consulting. They discuss Jennifer's caring, honest and direct approach to the reality of diversity, equity, and inclusion in today's workplace.
[Greatest Hits] Organisational Evolution & Vulnerable Leadership with Larissa Conte, Founder of Wayfinding
April 15, 2021 • 30 MIN
In this episode, Patrick is joined by Larissa Conte, Founder of Wayfinding. They discuss how to manage by aliveness, the changing role of vulnerability in business and Patrick tests an awareness exercise live on the show.
The Challenges of Hybrid Working with Hung Lee, Curator at Recruiting Brainfood
April 8, 2021 • 37 MIN
In this episode, Patrick Cournoyer is joined by Hung Lee, Curator of Recruiting Brainfood. They discuss the challenges businesses face when adopting the hybrid work model, how to manage career progression and the role that culture has to play in the world of remote work.
Reputation > Resume with Prabir Jha, Founder & CEO at Prabir Jha People Advisory
April 1, 2021 • 29 MIN
In this episode, Patrick Cournoyer is joined by Prabir Jha, Founder & CEO at Prabir Jha People Advisory, a Human Resource Strategist, Coach, Mentor, and TEDx Speaker. They discuss factors that influence the trajectory of a career, who is responsible for your career and the importance of building and sustaining a reputation.
Sustainable Leadership with Dave Ulrich, Speaker, Best-Selling Author and Professor
March 25, 2021 • 33 MIN
In this episode Patrick is joined by Dave Ulrich, speaker, best-selling author, professor, and #1 Management Guru by Business Week. They discuss how to achieve sustainable results in 2021, what acronym: START ME stands for and how leaders can embrace uncertainty to discover new opportunities.
The Cultivation Mindset with Jason Lauritsen, Keynote Speaker, Author, Adviser and Leadership Trainer
March 18, 2021 • 36 MIN
In this episode Patrick is joined by Jason Lauritsen, a keynote speaker, author, adviser and leadership trainer. They discuss the concept of cultivation mindset, productivity and changes in managers' perspective towards the employees with the remote work.
Talent Excellence in 2021 with David Doe, VP Talent Strategy & Excellence at Shell
March 11, 2021 • 35 MIN
In this episode Patrick is joined by David Doe, VP Talent Strategy & Excellence at Shell. They discuss Shell's approach to talent excellence, what Shell are doing right now to help their talent adapt to the changing world of work and how work will evolve at Shell over the next 3-5 years.
Trailblazing HR with Enrique Rubio, Founder & CEO at Hacking HR
March 4, 2021 • 33 MIN
In this episode Patrick is joined by Enrique Rubio, Founder & CEO at Hacking HR. They discuss how to re and upskill HR professionals, the future of the function and why employees should develop themselves for themselves... not for their organization.
Redefining HR with Lars Schmidt, Founder & Principal at Amplify
February 25, 2021 • 29 MIN
In this episode Patrick is joined by Lars Schmidt, Founder & Principal at Amplify. They discuss how to redefine HR to become more business focussed, examples of HR teams working in innovative ways and whether HR is becoming more or less relevant.
45 Years Of Employee Engagement with David Zinger, Engagement Expert at David Zinger Associates
February 18, 2021 • 32 MIN
In this episode Patrick is joined by David Zinger, Engagement Expert at David Zinger Associates. They discuss the employee engagement, why David breaks down his day in 11 minute segments and how employees can increase their own engagement.
Being. Thinking. Doing. with Harlina Sodhi, CEO & Co-Founder at Believe In Yourself
February 8, 2021 • 26 MIN
In this episode Patrick is joined by Harlina Sodhi, Co-founder of Believe in Yourself, a community of human development leaders and practitioners. They discuss how Harlina set up a D&I practice at Reliance Industry, why leaders may not be driving the D&I agenda and the impact that a more diverse worokforce will have on the future of work.
Bringing your Whole Self to Work with Jennifer Brown, Founder & CEO at Jennifer Brown Consulting
February 8, 2021 • 43 MIN
In this episode Patrick is joined by Jennifer Brown, Founder & CEO at Jennifer Brown Consulting. They discuss Jennifer's caring, honest and direct approach to the reality of diversity, equity, and inclusion in today's workplace.
Inspiring Women Of Color with Minda Harts, Founder and CEO at The Memo
February 1, 2021 • 26 MIN
In this episode Patrick is joined by Minda Harts, Founder and CEO at The Memo LLC. Minda shares her opinions on the relationship gap for women of color in the workplace.
10 Years of Remote Working with Chris Dyer, Keynote Speaker, Bestselling Author and CEO at PeopleG2
January 28, 2021 • 43 MIN
In this episode Patrick is joined by Chris Dyer, Keynote Speaker, Bestselling Author and CEO of PeopleG2. Chris shares an honest account of how his business, PeopleG2 has been adapting to remote work for over a decade.
Systematic Empathy with Al Adamsen, Founder and CEO at People Analytics & Future of Work
January 21, 2021 • 36 MIN
In this episode Patrick is joined by Al Adamsen, the Founder and CEO of People Analytics & Future of Work (PAFOW). They discuss Big Data, how to be systematically empathic and future of the work.
Cultivating A Mission Driven Organisation with Brady Pyle, Deputy Chief Human Capital Officer at NASA
January 14, 2021 • 26 MIN
In this episode Patrick is joined by Brady Pyle, Deputy Chief Human Capital Officer at NASA. They discuss how NASA employees connect deeply to their mission, how their recent switch to remote work impacted this and how to encourage and support employees to avoid "burn out".
Compassionate Leadership with Adriana Bokel Herde, Chief People Officer at Pega
January 7, 2021 • 25 MIN
In this episode Patrick is joined by Adriana Bokel Herde, Chief People Officer at Pega. In their conversation they touch upon the importance of taking time off to avoid burnout when working remotely, how to support yourself as a leader when trying to support your team, and why it is so important to be clear about expectations if you want to encourage your team to feel free to take time off and disconnect.
Generational Differences and Mutual Mentorship with Meghan Gerhardt, Professor of Management and Leadership at Miami University
December 17, 2020 • 45 MIN
In this episode Patrick is joined by Megan Gerhardt, Professor of Management and Leadership at Miami University. Megan has been studying generations at work for over a decade now. In this conversation, Megan shares her views on what it means when different generations meet at a workplace and why mutual mentorship is essential.
Selling Out Ethically with Lily Zheng, Organizational Diversity & Inclusion Consultant
December 3, 2020 • 27 MIN
In this episode, Patrick is joined by Lily Zheng, an Independent Organizational Consultant focusing on diversity and inclusion. They discuss how to maintain integrity in the age of compromise, the relationship of trust between organizations and their employees, and why everyone sells out.
Culture Evolution, Organisational Change & Dramatic Growth with Mike Rude, CHRO at Option Care Health
November 26, 2020 • 35 MIN
In this episode, Patrick is joined by Mike Rude, the CHRO at Option Care Health. They discuss Mike's unique perspective on cultural evolution during times of organisational change, through dramatic growth, and during mergers and acquisitions.
Being Nice Isn't Enough - Diversity & Inclusion In 2020 with Sheree Atcheson, Global Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at Peakon
November 19, 2020 • 26 MIN
In this episode, Patrick is joined by Sheree Atcheson, Global Director or Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at Peakon. They discuss how companies can create a more inclusive workplace by empracing diversity.
The Importance Of Trust with Gareth Jones, Chief Executive at Headstart
October 14, 2020 • 22 MIN
In this episode, Patrick is joined by Gareth Jones, Chief Executive at Headstart. They discuss how leaders can avoid losing the trust of their people, why people are your most important asset and how to build the trust of your team.
The Joy Of Transformation with Judith Jungmann, CHRO at Beckers Group
October 7, 2020 • 42 MIN
In this episode, Patrick is joined by Judith Jungmann, CHRO at Beckers Group. They discuss the growing significance of the HR function, the joy of transformation and humanity's deep desire to evolve and grow.
The Two Most Impactful HR Trends with Dan Schawbel, New York Times Bestselling Author & Managing Partner of Workplace Intelligence
September 30, 2020 • 26 MIN
In this episode, Patrick is joined by Dan Schawbel, New York Times Bestselling Author & Managing Partner of Workplace Intelligence. They discuss the impact of the remote workplace, the need for companies to focus on the health and well-being of their employees and why mental health will be the biggest work related topic over the next ten years.
Developing Your Most Important Asset with Diana Thomas, Former Vice President US Training Learning and Development at McDonalds
September 30, 2020 • 26 MIN
In this episode, Patrick is joined by Diana Thomas, Former Vice President US Training Learning and Development at McDonald's. They discuss the resonant leadership, how Diana boosted Hamburger University's engagement by 50% in two years and how remote work could impact the development of your people.
How To Make Meetings Work with Steven Rogelberg, Professor of Management at the University of North Carolina
September 22, 2020 • 19 MIN
In this episode, Patrick is joined by Steven Rogelberg, Professor of Management at the University of North Carolina. They discuss how meetings have changed over the past fifty years, the problem with meetings pre COVID-19 and how to deal with "meeting overwhelm".
People Analytics with David Swanagon, Head of HR and Analytics for Technical Service at Saudi Aramco
September 22, 2020 • 22 MIN
In this episode, Patrick is joined by David Swanagon, Head of HR and Analytics for Technical Service at Saudi Aramco. They discuss David's experience with people analytics, how Saudi Aramco is dealing with the ever shifting working world and workforce planning programs.
Organisational Evolution & Vulnerable Leadership with Larissa Conte, Founder of Wayfinding
September 22, 2020 • 30 MIN
In this episode, Patrick is joined by Larissa Conte, Founder of Wayfinding. They discuss how to manage by aliveness, the changing role of vulnerability in business and Patrick tests an awareness exercise live on the show.
Your Organisation's Purpose with Ann Pickering, Former CHRO at Telefonica O2 UK
September 22, 2020 • 24 MIN
In the first episode of Be More - a podcast by Peakon, Patrick is joined by Ann Pickering, Former CHRO and Chief Of Staff at Telefonica O2 UK. They discuss how Ann transformed O2 into a place where people wanted to work, faith based holiday swaps and trust based leadership.
Trailer: Be More - a podcast by Peakon
September 22, 2020 • 2 MIN
In this trailer, Patrick shares what to expect from Be More - a podcast by Peakon, and why we are doing this...
ICPC #3 - Leaders with Rebecca, CEO of Venuescanner & James, CEO of Sanctus
May 13, 2020 • 18 MIN
In this episode, Patrick is joined by Rebecca Kelly, CEO of Venuescanner and James Routledge, CEO of Sanctus to understand the challenges that COVID-19 has introduced to their work life as senior leaders.
ICPC #2 - Managers with Joy & Gabe of Peakon & Jessica of Catalyst Software
May 13, 2020 • 26 MIN
In this episode, Patrick is joined by Peakon's Joy Rees and Gabriel Dizon to understand how they have been managing their remote teams. He also speaks to Jessica Marucci, who shares her experience on working with a primarily remote team while working at Digital Ocean.
ICPC #1 - Employees with Matt Orozco of Peakon
May 13, 2020 • 17 MIN
In this episode, Patrick is joined by Matt Orozco, Account Director at Peakon to learn from his extensive remote work experience.