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From the people, the culture and their thoughts on the future of work, host Blake St. Onge interviews leaders from Portland's most respected companies to learn about what makes their workplace unique. We also dive into the commercial real estate market & workplace trends that will help shape the future of business in Portland for years to come. Think Beyond Space | The PDX Workplace Insider podcast is powered by the Portland office of Cresa, a global corporate real estate firm.
 
Reimagine how you thrive at work through conversations that matter. Hosted by workplace creativity expert Monica H. Kang, we’ll study the latest trends, changes, and challenges to untangle workplace people problems. We’ll talk with executives, innovators, and experts and visit different industries around the world so that you get first dibs into the changing workforce. InnovatorsBox is a creative global leadership firm launched in 2016. Our mission is to unlock creativity for all so everyone ...
 
Barbara Johnson and Belinda Reed Shannon created Today’s Workplace podcast to keep employers current on the latest employment law trends while providing proactive solutions to the everyday issues arising in today’s rapidly changing workplace. From employment law to true human potential, each episode of Today's Workplace aims to dissect and improve the evolving relationship between employers and their employees. Are you prepared for today’s workplace? Subscribe now to stay informed.
 
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Bob Speltz is the Senior Director of Community Relations for The Standard. In this episode, host Blake St. Onge sits down with Bob to learn how The Standard's deep roots in Portland and their culture of philanthropy helped them support their 3,000 employees the past 15 months.由Cresa Portland
 
In the wake of the ‘Great Resignation’ where 95% of employees are thinking of quitting or changing their career, how can you build a workplace for all to feel appreciated? All generations want and need something different. How can you design a workplace that makes all five generations feel included? Today, we discuss and explore the nuances of what…
 
Innovation is born out of trying something new. It’s risky. It can be uncomfortable. And it can be rewarding. How do you find the courage to do something new and innovate something meaningful? In this episode, we study what creativity and innovation is, how innovators from business to academia find the courage to innovate in the workplace, and how …
 
Colleen Murray is a shareholder and the Director of Operations for Perkins & Co, on this episode host Blake St. Onge talks with Colleen about how they are evolving their workplace to a hybrid model to ensure they meet the needs of all employees.由Cresa Portland
 
In our first bonus episode, we are excited to share our full interview with the Meta Team- the first and only national, certified women-owned commercial roofing company in the United States. Meta was founded by five women who provide over 250 years of combined expertise and experience in the roofing industry. But as you can imagine, their journey b…
 
Who we surround ourselves with at work matters. Not just because we could get new jobs, business opportunities, or recognition but because they could lead to friendships, innovation, partnerships, and finding new meaning in how you thrive. In this episode we study how to build more meaningful relationships at work, when relationships continue to ch…
 
If the way we work is changing so much, would how we lead change too? COVID has taught us a lot of new lessons and what we expect of leaders and how we lead has been impacted too. In this episode, we dive into what makes a good leader and how good leaders are made today and will be needed for the future workforce. Thank you, Brandi Nicole Johnson, …
 
How do you handle ambiguity and uncertainty? Change is inevitable yet getting comfortable with uncertainty takes practice. How can I get better with it and why does this matter as we think about the future of work? In this episode, we untangle why understanding how we feel about ambiguity may help us get comfortable with it. I spoke with some frien…
 
The importance of being authentic is limitless - it’s liberating, truthful, and a key foundation of building trust. But showing up authentically at work is not always easy. How much sharing is oversharing? What makes certain workplaces emotionally safe or not? In this episode, we untangle what it means to be authentic, why it’s hard, and what we ca…
 
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) work from a global perspective requires cultural translation, that is respecting cultural differences while acknowledging the unique way systems of oppression disguise themselves in different cultures. Today’s Workplace is thrilled to have Abam Mambo, Legal Director at Microsoft, graciously share her wisdom and…
 
Alison Nelson is a career Ford Motor Company lawyer, who joined the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) Office in January 2021 as the Director of DEI Strategies & Program Planning. She is leading the company's holistic DEI governance. Alison joins us on Today’s Workplace to give a closer look at changes observed in the climate and culture of Ford…
 
Kristen Zervis is the Vice President of Talent & Culture for LegitScript, a Portland based company that helps organizations of all sizes help keep their services legal and safe. In this episode, Kristen talks with host Blake St. Onge about why they are creating an engaging, inclusive workplace.由Cresa Portland
 
How do you know when your organization is diverse, equitable and inclusive? There are many challenges when it comes to implementing diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) strategies – especially in larger organizations. That’s why we were so excited to be joined by Alison Nelson, Director of DEI Strategies & Program Planning at Ford Motor Company. …
 
Companies have had to acknowledge that many, if not most, diversity, equity, & inclusion (DEI) programs have been ineffective in creating real change. A vital aspect of creating a diverse and inclusive workplace is through your organizations hiring practices. Join Barbara and Belinda for Part II of their conversation with Michael Payne and Philip B…
 
Where do you start? Yes, gender pay gaps, overlooked harassment incidents, or lack of representation across industries are all still crucial problems we should change. But it’s also incredible to see more female youth programs, female entrepreneurs, and female leaders such as the U.S. Vice President. In this episode, we untangle the goods, bads, an…
 
If you are not integrating diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) into your workplace culture and business strategy then you are missing out on a breadth of benefits! Learn how to look for the common mistakes employers make and the impact that well-crafted DEI strategy can have in an organization with guests and subject experts, Philip Berry and Mic…
 
Let’s be honest. All of us want to be successful - professionally, personally, and in everything we do. Yet it’s worth wondering if what we define as success is the very barrier to us succeeding? In this episode, we’ll study how we redefine success may open up new doors of possibilities and growth both at work and in life that we may not have fores…
 
A year of working from home forced us to ask some new questions about the purpose of a physical office - do we need it? and if so, what is the purpose of it if we can work from home? In this episode, we’ll study how the purpose of the office space is changing and what will remain. Learn more at dearworkplace.com. Thank you to Andrew Ngui, Kendall R…
 
With seven episodes published in season two, hosts Barabra Johnson and Belinda reed Shannon take a moment to look back at the season so far. The focus for Today’s Workplace Season 2 is diversity, equity, and inclusion and the guests so far have given us a lot to unpack. Join our hosts for a look back at the guests and their topics as well as the ke…
 
Getting comfortable with uncertainty is hard. How can you get better at it when everything is always changing? Welcome to our Rethink series where Monica H. Kang shares bitesize power insights and actionable tips for innovators. In this first Rethink episode, she shares insights on how to rethink ambiguity by shifting the way you think and process …
 
The corporate world has had to move quickly to respond to the current demand for social justice sweeping across the country. The entertainment industry is no exception to that. In this episode, Barbara and Belinda take a rare look at the world behind the camera and examine how the industry is handling diversity in the workplace in response to the c…
 
Why does it feel so hard to create something we all want - an inclusive, equitable, and diverse workplace? In this episode, we’ll study the top challenges and opportunities associated with DEI, examine how we can build a workplace where everyone feels like they belong, and explore why all this is really important. Learn more at dearworkplace.com. L…
 
The entire corporate world is in flux regarding diversity, equity, and inclusion because of the increased demand for social justice and transparency. Independent pressure groups like employees' unions and societies at large are pushing corporate entities to be more transparent, equitable, inclusive, and diverse. Our guests Jon Geier and David Cohen…
 
Emily Culligan is the Senior Director of Human Resources for the Oregon Health & Science University foundation. With more than $1.5 billion in assets, the OHSU foundation is one of the largest public university foundations in the Northwest.由Cresa Portland
 
As the workplace continues to evolve and develop new diversity and inclusion programs, it has become increasingly important to understand the LGBTQ experience and the challenges they face. Our guest Rob Falk is a global thought leader on legal and business issues affecting nonprofit organizations. In this episode, Rob helps guide us through the iss…
 
Why do you buy what you buy? The pandemic not only shifted us online, but it has also caused us to pay more attention, and care more, about who we buy from. The question is: Why are we caring more now? In this episode, we study how conscious consumers are impacting global supply chains, supplier diversity, sustainability, and society in a way we’ve…
 
It’s been a year since the pandemic turned our lives upside down. Where are we now? How has this year changed the way we think about the normalcy of the workplace? Learn more at dearworkplace.com. Learn more about our guests: Jeanie Chang, Derrin Slack, Jennifer Shinkai, Heather Cox, Liz Whitehead, Diego Rhoger, Manal Kahi, Ivy Kwong, and Blair Gle…
 
The second epidemic impacted our communities last summer, after the murder of George Floyd and the period of social justice and racial reconciliation that followed. Join us as we will discuss the history and evolution of workplace discrimination and DE&I efforts employed by corporations, a year after the Me Too movement and Black Lives Matter prote…
 
Covid-19 was the first pandemic, but now a second pandemic had been brewing under the surface, as individuals call for racial inclusion and diversity in the workplace. Join us as we discuss diversity in the law firms and the approaches needed to promote the idea of inclusion and belonging amongst people of color with our guest Don Prophete on Today…
 
Many companies now push the concept of diversity but fail to create an inclusive environment. Join us now as we discuss how organizations missed the mark and how they can improve the workplace with our guests Tammy Bennett and JT Wilson on Today’s Workplace.由Barbara Johnson & Belinda Reed Johnson
 
George Floyd’s murder and other instances of police brutality last year triggered an outrage that has forced corporate America to examine its role in institutional racism. Employers are reevaluating their company cultures with a sense of renewed sense of urgency. Join us now as we discuss how HR leaders within two organizations respond to the issue…
 
For Season Two, Today's Workplace Podcast is very excited to be tackling the issues of workplace diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging. Your hosts Barbara Johnson and Belinda Reed Shannon will be speaking with numerous guests to show the history of these programs, highlighting the challenges and opportunities that employers face, and learning…
 
As the first season of Today’s Workplace comes to a close, our co hosts review the topics and issues discussed in the year 2020. Join us now as we reflect on the numerous subject matters and guests that have made it on the show, with your hosts Barbara Johnson and Belinda Reed Shannon, and special guest Vinnie Potestivo.…
 
Companies have been forced to make several adjustments to their work dynamic. This includes how to go about recruiting their workers during COVID. Join us today with our guests Michelle Campbell and Robert Spencer as we discuss the changes within the recruitment spaces and the process of hiring in a Pre-COVID work environment.…
 
At the beginning of the pandemic, healthcare workers were on the front line when it came to dealing with COVID-19 patients. Join us now as we discuss how HR executives within healthcare organizations have dealt with concerns for employee safety and return to work protocols with our guests Ashley Ridgeway-Washington and Donna Hughes on Today’s Workp…
 
As the lock down orders are slowly being lifted, companies are now figuring out new ways to implement rules that promote social distancing. Tune in for our discussion with Chrissy Roselle as she shares how companies encourage and work to improve employee relations on Today's Workplace, with hosts Barbara Johnson and Belinda Reed Shannon.…
 
As the workplace slowly starts to open back up, employees will now have to consider the risk of exposure to COVID 19. Join us now as we discuss with our guest Courtney Malveaux how organizations such as OSHA set guidelines to ensure the occupational safety of workers and how employers must take the initiative to maintain safety in the workplace on …
 
What we know about the COVID-19 virus since its appearance in March has changed the way we go about applying safety measures for those in the workplaces and other areas of business. However, COVID-19 cases are still on the rise as the world looks to scientists for the vaccine. Join us today as we discuss the changes, with our guest Dr. H. Westley C…
 
How does a country effectively fight against a disease that we know little about? Tune in for our discussion with Dr. H. Westley Clark as he provides us with the science and strategies one should use to keep COVID-19 at bay on Today's Workplace, with hosts Barbara Johnson and Belinda Reed Shannon. For more information about Today's Workplace visit …
 
COVID-19 did the impossible; it stopped the world. Tune in for our discussion with Dr. H. Westley Clark as he provides us with information and perspective on what we know today as COVID-19 on Today's Workplace, with hosts Barbara Johnson and Belinda Reed Shannon. For more information about Today's Workplace visit us at todaysworkplacepodcast.com…
 
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