Women still face hiring barriers as recruiters influenced by third-party bias – DCU, NYUAD and Yale University research
The Workplace podcast covering all aspects of work life. Listen to experts who are subject matter experts, who are extremely talented at what they do. A thought provoking conversation where we will give a different perspective and insight into the workplace.The aim is to empower you to create a different path to success for yourself, your team and your organisation. A diverse range of topics will include: Personal Development, Leadership Insights, Organisational Behaviour and Design, Culture, Conflict, High Performance Teams, Negotiation, Executive Presence, Innovation, Communication and Body Language and much, much more….
Professor Claire Gubbins, Organisational Behaviour & Human Resource Management, Dublin City University joins the workplace podcast. We discuss the importance of social networks and relationships in a hybrid workplace. Claire is an expert in social capital, tacit knowledge and social learning in organisations.
With so many changes happening in the workplace, are we setting people up for success. Who are the key people that we must value highly due to their tacit knowledge, connection people and processes.
With a return to the workplace on the horizon, we discuss the importance of these key people, especially with new hires facing an arduous task of embedding themselves into a team.
Many benefits will result from the learnings provided by Professor Gubbins such as tactic knowledge streams, talent retention, productivity and employee engagement.
Human Resource Development Masterclass is a podcast series from the Academy of Human Resource Development, the organization that leads HRD through research. Each 60-90 minute episode features leading authors, scholars and researchers in conversation on the fundamentals of HRD and how those are changing in the workplace of the 2020s. The series is hosted by Darren Short who has 30 years of HRD experience in Europe and North America and who was President of the Academy of Human Resource Development in 2012-2014. To find out more about the series and how you can access bonus materials not included in the podcast, visit hrdmasterclass.com. Subscribe today to ensure you don’t miss any episodes.
In this final episode of Season 3, guests Dr. Matthijs Bal (University of Lincoln, United Kingdom), Dr. Laura L. Bierema (University of Georgia, United States), and Dr. Isabel Rimanoczy (The Sustainability Mindset Principles) discuss the relationship between HRD and Sustainability, including:
- What is meant by the term Sustainability?
- What is the connection between Sustainability and the concepts of work and the workplace?
- What is the relationship between Sustainability and HRD?
- To what extent does HRD have a significant voice on Sustainability within organizations?
- How can HRD and HRM work together on Sustainability?
- How can organizations measure their current state on Sustainability and use those measures to inform their Sustainability priorities?
- How can we develop a new consciousness on Sustainability, and what role could HRD play in its development?
- and much more.
For full details on the HRD Masterclass series, visit hrdmasterclass.com, and for the bios of the guest scholars visit allbypodcast.com/hrm.
For more information on the Academy of Human Resource Development, visit ahrd.org – by being a member of AHRD, you can access bonus materials from podcast episodes.
This episode is sponsored by The University of Georgia, Mary Frances Early College of Education, Department of Lifelong Education, Administration, and Policy, Program of Adult Learning, Leadership, and Organization Development. For full information, check out their website at https://coe.uga.edu/academics/concentrations/learning-leadership-and-organization-development .
The Brain for Business, Brain for Life podcast takes the lessons from evidence-based academic research in the brain, behavioural and organisational sciences – neuroscience, psychology, behavioural economics and more – and brings them to life for a business and organisational audience.
Over the series we will speak to a range of neuroscientists, psychologists, behavioural economists, researchers and organisational practitioners, and look at some of the key aspects of human behaviour relevant to business and management practice. In so doing, we will seek to understand not just the what but also the how and the why – and how it can be done differently
Our overall goal? To build a bridge from research into the brain and behavioural sciences to practical, everyday insights and to help leaders at all levels within organisations enhance their effectiveness.
With resources stretched and organisations under more pressure than ever, the need for Learning & Development interventions to have the greatest possible impact and relevance has gained greater importance. So what does the evidence say?
In this episode we are joined by Professor Claire Gubbins of Dublin City University to discuss how practitioners can draw on the research and evidence in order to take a more evidence-based approach to Learning & Development.
Professor Claire Gubbins is a Professor of Organisational Behaviour & HRM at Dublin City University and director of DCU’s Executive MBA Programme. She is an Associate Editor for Human Resource Development Quarterly and Deputy Director of the LINK Research Institute (Knowledge and Learning).
Claire is a Member of the CIPD, the US Academy of Management, the Academy of Human Resource Development (AHRD) and the University Forum for HRD (UFHRD). She also works closely with the Irish Institute of Training & Development on a number of research projects.
Awards for her work are numerous and include a Fulbright Scholarship to Carnegie Mellon University.
Professor Gubbin’s latest book – Learning & Development in Organisations: Strategy, evidence and practice – is available now and is published in association with the Irish Institute of Training and Development: http://www.successstore.com/sampler-learning-development-in-organisations.html