Talent is pleased to release ‘It’s the Vibe’, a brand-new podcast discussing core components that contribute to a great company culture. Ian Tyler, Talent Chief Strategy Officer, sits down with guests from major companies to discuss their views and actions on different topics that make up a great company culture. The podcast aims to bring to life what leaders around the globe are doing to stay ahead, and to help any listener who wants to learn a few new tips to help them succeed.
‘It’s the Vibe’ focuses on six core topics – internal communication, innovation, retention, perks, brand, and DE&I. Listeners will be able to hear from six different leaders, hearing their key takeaways on what businesses can start to put into practice now.
Christie O’Toole, Senior Manager of APAC and LATAM Communications and Engagement at Salesforce
Jennifer Mumford, Chief of Staff to the CHRO at Zip Co
Paul Sigaloff, Managing Director & VP ANZ & INSEA at Yahoo
Aoife Fitzmaurice, Chief of Staff (CPO) and VP, Organisation Design and Workplace Futures at Sage
Mark Serunjogi, Employer Brand Manager at Zalando
Vanessa Sorenson, Managing Director at Microsoft New Zealand.
Mark Nielsen, Global CEO Talent, said building a great company is something all leaders should be doing in the new world of work.
“At Talent, our vision is to build a better world of work for all, and that is something I take very seriously. It has been wonderful hearing insights from these six incredible leaders, and I am so proud that we are able to help share their knowledge through this podcast. Building a great company culture leads to so many benefits for businesses from team engagement to productivity, growth, and happiness. Company culture also plays into a business’ ESG strategy which can not only attract and retain top talent but also creates an environment where people love coming to work.”
Ian Tyler, Chief Strategy Officer Talent, commented that speaking to global leaders was extremely valuable.
“There is no denying it, today’s world of work is evolving at a rapid pace and changing faster than ever before. It is becoming increasingly clear that companies who want to retain and attract top talent need to put their company culture on full display, as well as refine or define it based on what their colleagues are telling them. When creating this podcast, I wanted to ensure there were tangible takeaways and real-life examples on each of our topics so that listeners could walk away with actionable insights and start moving the needle on their company culture or bring new ideas into their own narrative.”
You can listen to the 'It's the Vibe' podcast series here.