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The NextGen Work Culture podcast helps managers and HR professionals support working parents to recruit and retain the best people. Join host Kortney Ross as she interviews experts and provides insights into the struggles that working parents face in the workplace. Learn how your business can become a place where parents feel included, supported, and valued. Being a family-friendly business isn't just a "nice-to-have" anymore. For the Next Generation of work, it is critical.
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Relationships at Work - Leadership Skills Guide to Create a Company Culture We Love

Russel Lolacher - leadership and workplace relationship advocate

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Relationships at Work - leadership skills guide to create a company culture we love. A relatable and honest show on leadership, organizational culture and soft skills, focusing on improving employee engagement and company culture to inspire people to apply, stay and thrive. Because no one wants leadership that fosters toxic environments at work, nor should they. Host, speaker and communications leader Russel Lolacher shares his experience and insights, discussing the leadership and corporate ...
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On the Words Work At Microsoft Podcast, we’ll be chatting about how Microsoft culture has evolved, starting with the way we talk. In each episode we’ll interview someone within the Microsoft writing community, giving you an inside look at how we approach our work. And, hopefully, offering up a heavy dose of trips and tricks along the way. www.wordsworkpodcast.com
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In this episode of Relationships at Work, communications and leadership nerd (and host) Russel Lolacher illustrates the importance of saying NO and not always saying YES. To be a great leader, we need to advocate for and defend our teams. To do that effectively, we'll need to be prepared to say No to our Executive, other business areas, other colle…
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The Future-Ready Work Culture Framework will help you foster a work environment that is ready for the next generation of employees and supportive of those who are raising them. Employees are seeking workplaces that are supportive, empathetic, and family-friendly. By taking the time to build a family-friendly work culture, you are setting your organ…
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In this episode of Relationships at Work, Russel chats with leadership and business development coach Jen Hope on assessing leadership and what we need to understand to get it right. Jen shares her thoughts, stories and experience with... Importance of self-awareness through assessments. Value of feedback and a growth mindset. Bais in assessments. …
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In this episode of Relationships at Work, communications and leadership nerd (and host) Russel Lolacher showcases common resistances to change at work and how leaders can avoid these pitfalls. Change is a constant in the workplace, but so is resistance to it. The success and failure of change will be found in how leadership introduces, leads, imple…
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In this episode of Relationships at Work, Russel chats with speaker and expert leadership development coach Tammy Dowley-Blackman on what leadership needs to understand and embrace from Gen Z in the workplace. Tammy shares her thoughts, stories and experience with... The need to understand and embrace Gen Z. The importance of generosity in leadersh…
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In this episode of Relationships at Work, Russel chats with author, consultant and former WD-40 CEO Garry Ridge on how learning moments for leadership are integral to the success of culture change. (Originally released: April 24, 2023) Garry shares his thoughts, stories and experience with... What a learning moment is for leaders. What change looks…
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In this episode of Relationships at Work, communications and leadership nerd (and host) Russel Lolacher highlights the dangers of being an empathetic leader. Empathy is a vital ingredient to good and great leadership. However, it can also be a double-edged sword in how it can impact our ability to lead and the culture we're creating. Yes, there are…
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In this episode of Relationships at Work, Russel chats with workplace conflict expert and professional trainer Carol Bowser on how to address conflict at work, on remote teams, in the office and across the organization. Carol shares her insights and experience in... Conflict spectrum in the workplace The role of perception and communication to reso…
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In this episode of Relationships at Work, communications and leadership nerd (and host) Russel Lolacher asks us to stop only focusing on performance reviews and prioritize leadership reviews as a way to help leaders and work cultures. Performance Reviews continually are used as a checklist check-in to ensure work is being done to help with producti…
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Accommodating the needs of each individual employee can be a daunting task for managers. In this solo episode, I share several accommodation ideas and things to consider for the pregnant employees on your team. Download the pdf guide with these ideas at: kortneyross.com/ideasforpregnantemployees Connect with us at: RossLearningSolutions.com LinkedI…
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In this episode of Relationships at Work, Russel chats with international leadership coach and consultant Gerardo Segat about what we fear and how to coach through that fear as leaders. Gerardo shares his insights and experience in... Leadership through fear management Pyramid of fears The Bullet Train and Regional Train approaches to coaching fear…
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In this episode of Relationships at Work, communications and leadership nerd (and host) Russel Lolacher shares the problem with our curse of knowledge. In every industry and role, we get comfortable in our work. This leads to embracing unique ways of talking and expressing ourselves that might be a barrier to inclusivity. Russel will define what th…
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Most U.S. employers need to comply with the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act (PWFA) and PUMP Act laws. But, these relatively recent laws can be a bit difficult to understand. In this episode, Kortney sits down with Jessica Craft, an attorney focused on employment law at Littler. Together, they explore two pivotal pieces of legislation shaping the land…
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In this episode of Relationships at Work, Russel chats with executive coach, consultant and speaker HR Huntsman on why leaders need to introduce creative conflict into the workplace to improve employee engagement. HR shares his insights and experience in... The importance of creative conflict Trust as the foundation: Leadership's role in fostering …
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In this episode of Relationships at Work, communications and leadership nerd (and host) Russel Lolacher highlights how putting more value into our corporate values will help employee engagement. We talk about values, we put them on posters and on websites but they have absolutely no meaning to staff if they aren't demonstrated and rewarded, every d…
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In this episode of NextGen Work Culture, host Kortney Ross dives into the crucial topic of sleep with Nicole Ratcliffe, a sleep specialist from the UK. Nicole shares her personal journey of becoming passionate about sleep after experiencing the challenges of sleep deprivation with her own children. The conversation delves into the profound impact o…
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In this episode of Relationships at Work, Russel chats with researcher, author and psychotherapist Dr. Laura Crawshaw about how organizations can better manage bullies and abrasive leaders in the workplace. Laura shares her insights and experience in... Understanding abrasive behaviour The fear and lack of knowledge leaders have of intervention The…
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In this episode of Relationships at Work, communications and leadership nerd (and host) Russel Lolacher asks us to consider employee interviews from the viewpoint of the employee and how a leader can help. Onboarding interviews, Stay (or better yet, Thrive) Interviews and Exit Interviews are not always great experiences for the employee. And it has…
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In this episode, Kortney talks to Allison Whalen about paid parental leave. Allison is the founder of Parentaly, a company that helps improve the parental leave experience for everyone: the expecting employee, their manager, peers, direct reports, and business leaders. Paid parental leave doesn't just benefit families, it's a game changer for busin…
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In this episode of Relationships at Work, Russel chats with author, speaker and master leadership trainer Jen Buck on planning for the future of leadership training programs. Jen shares her insights and experience in... Evolving expectations in the workforce Leadership development is a shared responsibility The importance of blended Learning soluti…
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In this episode of Relationships at Work, communications and leadership nerd (and host) Russel Lolacher challenges us as leaders to acknowledge and address our own biases, specifically proximity bias as it pertains to remote work. Proximity Bias is the tendency of leadership to show favouritism or preferential treatment to employees that are close …
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This week, Anthony Franzese joined Kortney to share more about his role in supporting family health at Stork Club. As a new father, Anthony opens up about his own paternity leave. Then, we uncover the gaps that traditional health insurance often leaves wide open. We talk about how fertility treatments, adoption assistance, hormone therapy, and othe…
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In this episode of Relationships at Work, Russel chats with psychologist and author Dr. Sabrina Starling on how we can ensure we hire for workplace culture fit and keep that alignment consistent. Sabrina shares her insights and experience in... The importance of culture fit. Addressing toxic leadership. Defining core values. Positive reinforcement …
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In this episode of Relationships at Work, communications and leadership nerd (and host) Russel Lolacher illustrates the importance of defining power and our pursuit of it in the workplace. What is power? More importantly, what is power to US? Us, as individuals? As we move along our leadership journeys, it's important that we understand the path we…
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When family and work collide, the aftermath can echo across the nation. That's precisely what happened in the heart-wrenching case of Marissa and Kyte Baby. This short solo episode talks about the Kyte Baby controversy and the reality of parental leave policies in America. I talk through Marissa's ordeal with her premature baby's NICU stay, her emp…
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In this episode of Relationships at Work, Russel chats with researcher, author and speaker Diana Wu David on figuring out our identity as an organization in preparation for the future of work. Diana shares her insights and experience in... The need to emphasize embracing change and technology The importance of a human-centric approach. Personalizat…
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In this episode of Relationships at Work, communications and leadership nerd (and host) Russel Lolacher highlights the importance of embracing duality at work. Two things can be true. And, to be good leaders, we need to embrace that duality even if the those experiences are contradictory to each other. Having this understanding will allow us to fin…
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It's becoming more common for Dad to take on the majority of parenting responsibilities. In many households, he may even be the lead parent! In this episode, Kortney talks to Paul Sullivan about what it truly means to be a 'lead dad' in today's world. Paul shares his journey to becoming the Lead Dad in his household, balancing a journalism career w…
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In this episode of Relationships at Work, Russel chats with facilitator, educator and speaker Lauren Yee on how using traits of a kid-like curiosity and play at work can improve workplace culture. Lauren shares her insights and experience in... Redefining employee retention and opportunity at work Individualized approach to employee experience Role…
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Exciting update! Playgrounds and Paychecks is now NextGen Work Culture! After two amazing seasons, I'm shifting the focus from the parents themselves to the leaders and decision-makers who have the power to shape the culture of their organizations. "NextGen Work Culture" is about empowering leaders to support working parents and create inclusive, f…
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In this episode of Relationships at Work, communications and leadership nerd (and host) Russel Lolacher highlights the last in his seven deadly sins of leadership ecosystems: Cognitive Dissonance Dance In this seventh in a series of seven, Russel discusses how even though leaders are well intended, they can cause more harm than good doing the cogni…
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Discover how to navigate themaze of parental leave programs with the help of Linzay Davis from The Park Consulting. In this discussion, Linzay shares not just the technicalities of state and federal protections but the emotional and financial impact these policies have on American families. We'll reveal how understanding and preparing for parental …
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In this episode of Relationships at Work, Russel chats with author, consultant and speaker Joey Coleman on what it takes to keep employees and how leadership needs to change to make it happen. Joey shares his insights and experience in... Redefining employee retention and opportunity at work Individualized approach to employee experience Role of me…
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In this episode of Relationships at Work, communications and leadership nerd (and host) Russel Lolacher highlights the sixth of the seven deadly sins of leadership ecosystems: Responsibility Without Accountability In this sixth in a series of seven, Russel discusses the difference between responsibility and accountability, how a lack of accountabil…
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When Erin Helle unexpectedly traded her Army uniform for the round-the-clock duties of motherhood, she encountered a battlefield of a different kind. Tune in as Erin reflects on her journey of becoming a mother as a service member. The Army extended maternity leave just in time for her second child and her commanding officer was supportive. However…
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In this episode of Relationships at Work, Russel chats with best-selling author and speaker Gary Ryan on starting our leadership journey with self-leadership and why it's important. Gary shares his insights and experience in... Embracing Continuous Learning. Intentionality and Strategy in the Workplace. Self-Leadership as a Foundation for Success. …
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In this episode of Relationships at Work, communications and leadership nerd (and host) Russel Lolacher highlights the fifth of the seven deadly sins of leadership ecosystems: Ignoring the Gap - The Space Between Words Said and Actions Taken In this fifth in a series of seven, Russel discusses how the divide between the words we say at work as lead…
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In this episode of Relationships at Work, Russel chats with author, educator and speaker Dr. Deena Kara Shaffer on how to approach learning and the steps that help to start. Dr. Shaffer shares her insights and experience in... Importance of adaptability in leadership. Learning as an ongoing process Learning as a collaborative process Personalizing …
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In this episode of Relationships at Work, communications and leadership nerd (and host) Russel Lolacher highlights the fourth of the seven deadly sins of leadership ecosystems: forgetting to follow up. In this fourth in a series of seven, Russel discusses how not following up with action and intent can hurt employee trust and faith in leadership. H…
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