Is there a more turbulent terrain than the human resources department these days? A podcast dedicated to superhuman resources pros, Human Resolve goes behind the scenes with HR leaders to discover real human solutions to real human challenges.
We’ll celebrate together. Laugh a lot. Sharpen our minds and might even shed a few tears. But that’s fine. We’re HR. Nobody will ever know.
Hosted by Mark Minner, Human Resolve is proudly brought to you by the minds and hearts of First Person Advisors, the same Indianapolis-based benefits, compensation and organizational health advisory firm that brings you the RESOLVE conference every year and RESOLVE Increments learning and growth opportunities.
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Throughout her time in the corporate world, including experiences at McDonald’s and Fifth Third Bank, Teresa Tanner knew that she had to position herself differently and overcome barriers many of her male co-workers did not face. On this episode of Human Resolve, Teresa explains the value of leading with empathy and taking a human-first approach to management.
U-Haul’s Chief of Staff Jessica Lopez and Wellness Program Manager Monique Harty discuss the importance of getting buy-in from upper management, how being outside the HR department can help build trust and why managers should receive training on identifying signs of stress and anxiety among employees.
Former Deputy Mayor of Economic Development in Indianapolis and current VP, D&I Angela Smith Jones preaches empathy and understanding in leaders creating inclusive teams. A year after George Floyd’s death, she reflects on progress made and what needs to happen next to create a more equitable future for all.
Diversity expert at Google, Sally Hornick Anderson talks through the organization’s devotion to their people and core values. Listening is at the core of everything Google does. Learn how you can take from Google’s revolutionary HR and diversity model in this episode of Human Resolve.
IndyCar’s only driver-owner Ed Carpenter knows a thing or two about people and their responses to the highest of highs and lowest of lows. You’ll learn how to manage and lead your colleagues despite the distractions, noise and volatility of a given moment.
High Alpha Innovation CEO Elliott Parker joins the Human Resolve team to discuss his approach to scaling culture and developing people by embracing risk and variability. Tune in to learn more about how Human Resources can adopt the jobs-to-be-done problem solving framework and remain consistent with their values and mission.
Despite her bout with childhood poverty, seasoned entrepreneur Summer Crenshaw has made it her life’s mission to help underrepresented individuals, including veterans like her husband, find employment. In this episode Summer discusses how the future of work supports and even benefits underrepresented folks across all industries.
Martha May has led Human Resources functions at a wide variety of multinational organizations. But one thing held her back from her full potential and satisfaction: She was attracted to women. After coming out and living her truth, Martha has gone on to become CHRO of Varsity Brands and champion diversity and inclusion at the highest levels of corporate America.
After fifteen years working under his father at his family’s staffing company, Seth Morales took the title of CEO in January 2020 and has led with empathy, vulnerability and a focus on diversity through an unprecedented year. In the Season 1 finale, hear what Seth has learned about people from the football field to the office.
Startup veteran and former Exact Target executive, R. J. Talyor of Pattern89 stopped by Human Resolve to discuss how intentionally building his company culture around core values has helped them succeed. Also, he gives tips on how to trust remote workers despite not “seeing” them everyday.
Feeling stressed? On the brink of burning out? Worried about the pandemic or your never-ending remote work situation? Dr. Lisa Penney is exactly the expert you need in 2020. In this episode of Human Resolve, she discusses the damaging effects stress has in the workplace — remote or not —, healthy ways to address stress and anxiety, and how you can identify it in your employees and support them.
Having grown up in India, Ashima Kapur has a deep-rooted faith in people — and no doubt has it played a pivotal role in her success. On this episode of Human Resolve, Ashima discusses why it’s important for HR professionals to respect varying backgrounds, work as a team to get the job done, and listen to the data and employees.
Former pastor Adam Weber practices what he literally preaches, both as an author and co-founder and Chief People Officer at Emplify, an employee engagement software and consulting firm based in Indianapolis. Since leaving his church and venturing into the business world, he’s pushed for authentic leadership, a catalyst for unlocking people’s true potential. Learn how to build a more human workforce by being a more self-aware, authentic leader in the second episode of Human Resolve.
A top remote work advocate, Karen Mangia knows a thing or two about working from home. That’s why tech giant Salesforce entrusted her to lead their Work from Home Task Force in 2020 and quickly transition more than fifty thousand global employees in one of the largest workforce changes of all time. Learn how to work and lead from anywhere in the first episode of Human Resolve.