Next Episode: February 8, 2022 • 2 PM EST
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Join us on Tuesday, February 8 for the next installment of Tune in Tuesday
On the first Tune in Tuesday episode of the New Year, we will kick off with opening remarks from SHRM President & CEO, Johnny C. Taylor, Jr. on what 2022 holds for the world of work and the HR profession. Later Johnny will be joined by Chief People Officer, Bolt, Jennifer Christie to reflect on 2021 and offer top considerations for 2022.
On this special episode of Tune in Tuesday, you’ll watch the premiere of the Director’s Cut of “The Road Trip to Belonging,” brought to you by SHRM Executive Network and the Aspen Institute. This episode will examine the current and future state of belonging in America’s workplace with featured interviews from leaders across the country and the importance of this work. After the premiere, you’ll get a special bonus segment led by our SHRM Knowledge Advisors to answer your questions around DE&I initiatives, belonging, and more.
HR departments have experienced unprecedented levels of change and stress due to the pandemic. Join Johnny C. Taylor, Jr., SHRM-SCP, President & CEO, SHRM and Melissa Dawn Simpkins, CEO, Velvet Suite, Inc. and Founder, She-Suite to learn how you can bring organizational change.
This month’s installment of Tune In Tuesdays features a conversation between Laszlo Bock, former Senior Vice President of People Operations at Google and current co-founder and CEO of HUMU, and SHRM President & CEO, Johnny C. Taylor Jr. Join as they discuss effective talent management and SHRM’s latest book release, RESET: A Leader’s Guide to Work in An Age of Upheaval.
In our August episode of Tune in Tuesday, we’re joined by SHRM President & CEO, Johnny C. Taylor, Jr., as he leads a thought-provoking conversation on the importance of company culture especially with many organizations adjusting their hybrid workplace policies throughout the coming months. Joining the discussion is best-selling author and speaker, Steve Gilliland and President of High Five Performance, Inc., Theresa Hummel-Krallinger.
Our July episode features a dynamic panel discussion led by Amber Clayton, Director of Knowledge Center at SHRM on how to ensure your teams are staffed up with the right people for the future of work. Joining the conversation will be SHRM21 speaker, Dick Finnegan, Chief Executive Officer at C-Suite Analytics and SHRM Talent speaker, Ira Wolfe, President at Success Performance Solutions.
June 2021 Episode
Professional development has been forced to take a back seat for many during the pandemic, yet it is what is so desperately needed for HR and business leaders. The June episode of Tune in Tuesdays will feature a conversation on principles of personal development, creating opportunities for leadership and growth led by SHRM CEO and President, Johnny C. Taylor, Jr. and SHRM21 Mega Session Speakers Jennifer Lee, Director of Learning and Development at JB Training Solutions and Alden M. Mills, Executive Coach, Former Navy SEAL, Leadership Speaker, and CEO at Alden Mills LLC.
May 2021 Episode
Mental health has been significantly hit by the toll of COVID-19 and everything that happened in 2020. HR has a unique position to lead the effort in supporting employee mental health in the workplace and fostering culture that encourages open conversations around mental health. During this can’t miss Tune in Tuesdays episode, you’ll hear from Dr. Alex Alonso, Chief Knowledge Officer at SHRM, Patrick J. Kennedy, Former Congressman, Founder of The Kennedy Forum, and Co-Founder of One Mind, and Marjorie Morrison, President and CEO of Psych Hub. This engaging panel will discuss how the latest data on mental health in the workplace has changed, what employers need to consider to build a culture of acceptance around mental health, and more.
April 2021 Episode
To mark the beginning of the second quarter of 2021, join us for a can’t-miss “Tune in Tuesdays” episode with SHRM President and CEO, Johnny C. Taylor, Jr., SHRM-SCP. During this episode, you’ll hear updates about SHRM21, Second Chances Month, and an exclusive preview on the latest coming from our Together Forward @Work platform to help you take action in your workplace.
March 2021 Episode
This month’s installment of Tune in Tuesdays will feature a two-part episode with segments led by the SHRM Foundation and Emily M. Dickens, J.D., Chief of Staff, Head of Government Affairs and Corporate Secretary at SHRM. First, we’ll hear an update from Wendi Safstrom, Executive Director of the SHRM Foundation about the work they are doing on behalf of the workplace, including their partnership with Delivering Jobs, an inclusion campaign dedicated to creating pathways of employment and leadership opportunities for the neurodiverse community. We’ll have the opportunity to hear from leaders at Special Olympics, Best Buddies, and Autism Speaks. Later, Emily M. Dickens, J.D. will sit down for a conversation with leaders from ABC News and Microsoft to discuss empowering women, and how to navigate the challenges, opportunities, and transitions into, out of and through the workplace.
February 2021 Episode
Equip yourself with the latest news and information across HR to make sure your workplace is pushing to create a better world. This month’s episode, sponsored by Fidelity, will cover the latest that you need to know within the world of HR and 2021. Led by Emily M. Dickens, Chief of Staff, Head of Government Affairs and Corporate Secretary at SHRM, hear from Asha Srikantiah, VP and Head of Student Debt Program at Fidelity on the important role that benefits programs, specifically student debt repayments, have in workforce development and rebuilding the economy. Then hear from Emily M. Dickens on the new administration and workplace policy updates you need to know and a discussion on the COVID vaccine and continuing updates on what it means from the workplace in a conversation with Amber Clayton, Director of the Knowledge Center at SHRM.
January 2021 Episode
As we embark on a brand new year, SHRM shares their top considerations for HR in 2021 to help build better workplaces and a better world during January’s episode of Tune in Tuesday!
December 2020 Episode
Virtual hiring and onboarding have become the new normal for many employers in the age of COVID-19. Learning how to balance recruiting for key positions while potentially reducing employment in other areas is also critical. And for job seekers, learning to stand out in what has become a crowded market is a key skill when trying to grab the attention of interested employers. Join our two-part conversation on both aspects of the recruiting puzzle with Jeff Luttrell, Senior Director of Talent Management at Alorica, Kim Ades, President & Founder of Frame of Mind Coaching, and moderator Tony Lee, Vice President of Editorial at SHRM to equip yourself with new learnings to both recruit more effectively and stand out in the market in these challenging times.
November 2020 Episode
This year has seen changes like no other and the workplace has not been spared. From adapting to the new normal and challenging unconscious bias to balancing caregiving while working, workplace culture has arguably never been more critical. In November’s episode of Tune in Tuesday, we’ll explore the toll rapid changes have taken on mental health in the workplace and key takeaways that can help employees manage.
October 2020 Episode
With the 30th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act this year, the fourth Tune in Tuesday episode will feature an engaging discussion on building proactive and inclusive teams.
September 2020 Episode
September’s episode will feature a thought-provoking discussion led by SHRM President & CEO, Johnny C. Taylor, Jr., SHRM-SCP with Trisha Zulic, Director, Human Resources, Business Ops and Strategy at WSA Distributing, Inc. and Jason Lawson, VP, Human Resources at Installed Building Products, members of the newly formed “Blue Ribbon Commission on Racial Equity.” The Blue Ribbon Commission is comprised of top business executives, SHRM members, and academics from both within and outside of HR to discuss the Together Forward @Work call to action.
August 2020 Episode
The second Tune in Tuesday’s episode will feature Airbnb’s former Chief Ethics Officer, Rob Chesnut, in an engaging discussion about creating a culture of integrity, especially during these challenging times.