If 2020 has taught us anything, it’s that we’re human. And we want to be treated as such. This includes our work experience. Yes, we’re technically an employee or a manager or maybe a freelancer, but we want to be treated as a human.
Our friends at SAP SuccessFactors launched a LinkedIn Live series recently called “The Rise of HXM – Human Experience Management”. It’s focused on redefining work to include not just the employee experience but a human experience. The series was co-hosted by Laurie Ruettimann, founder of Punk Rock HR, Minda Harts, author of the best-selling book “The Memo”, and Lars Schmidt, founder of the consultancy Amplify.
I’m delighted that I was a part of the HXM launch team and wanted to share with you the first season. Hope you’ll check it out!
Our friend Ron Thomas, former vice president of HR and current managing director at Strategy Focused HR, located in Dubai, talks about how human experience management (HXM) empowers businesses through their people.
In this episode, I talk with Laurie, Minda, and Lars about how companies are actively putting human experience management (HXM) into practice to build a more engaged, productive, and agile workforce. And it all starts with remembering where you started.
Hung Lee is the CEO of WorkShape.io and chief curator of the Recruiting Brainfood blog and podcast. In this episode, he discusses how human experience management (HXM) plays into recruiting and retaining top talent.
Katie Augsburger SHRM-SCP is employee experience strategist and partner at Future Work Design. She’s been responsible for designing successful HR programs and helped organizations win best places to work awards. In this episode, she breaks down the differences between inclusion and diversity.
Jumpstart HR CEO Joey Price has been recognized as one of the “7 Startups Making Life Easier for Small Business Owners”. In this episode, he discusses what it means to support an always-learning culture, changing career paths, and the important role leadership plays in human experience management.
Dr. Tanvi Gautam is the founder of Leadershift Inc., a global consultancy that equips leaders to be more impactful in the age of disruption. In this final episode of season one, she talks about how business leaders are adapting their workplaces to the new normal and supporting growing employee needs for health and well-being initiatives.
I know I’m stating the obvious, but the pandemic isn’t going away overnight. Organizations will have to adjust, and all of those changes aren’t necessarily bad. Rediscovering new ways of doing business can be beneficial. But one thing doesn’t change. Our employees need our support. They deserve a human experience.
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