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Mazars releases a new Podcast: Let’s talk people, education & culture

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‘Let’s talk people, education & culture’ is the Mazars podcast designed to help you strengthen your skills in most dimensions of the HR function.

Throughout their series, Mazars experts share modern approaches in key areas related to people, education and corporate culture.

Join them as they explore some of today’s hot topics – from modern management to talent attraction and new ways of working – their podcast series will provide insightful thought-starters and practical tips for high-performing organisations.

Listen to Let’s talk people, education and culture on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Deezer or Amazon Music.

Series 3: Retaining talent

'The great resignation’ has taught us that today’s workforce no longer hesitates to change employers when they feel their working situation no longer suits them. As a result, understanding current retention criteria and drivers for workers has become critical for managers, recruiters and HR professionals alike. Undoubtedly, managers play an essential role in employee retention and there are many techniques that they can use to understand and professionally accompany employees both at an early stage, but also during times where they are face-to-face with someone who has expressed their desire to leave.

Series 2: The great resignation

At this point, you’ve probably heard the term ‘the great resignation’, also known as ‘the big quit’ or ‘the great reshuffle’. Coined in May 2021, it refers to the ongoing economic trend that emerged in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic where businesses have witnessed employees leave on a large scale. But what’s really behind this trend and how can businesses and HR professionals respond? In this four-part series, we break down the key questions surrounding the great resignation phenomenon and offer insights and best practices for businesses.

Series 1: Peer Coaching

In today’s professional world, having a coach has become a sought-after attribute as well as an asset to develop and perform better, but few can afford a professional coach – peer coaching provides a powerful alternative. This series of four episodes discusses a modern approach to peer coaching, providing both theory and tools to help diffuse such a culture in an organisation. The basic premise: everybody can have a coach and everybody can be a coach.


Source: mazars.com.au

 

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