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GPMI and the future of Global Payroll with Mary Holland and Doug Wolf – #018

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Happy New Year!  I am delighted to welcome 2019 with this new fantastic episode of The Payroll Podcast featuring two global payroll industry leaders from the GPMI.  This episode of the payroll podcast is all about Global Payroll, future technologies, global payroll qualifications, global payroll legislation and how all of these issues may affect the global payroll industry.  Passionate about raising the profile of the worldwide payroll industry, I sit down with two global payroll industry leaders, Mary Holland, CPP and Doug Wolf from the  Global Payroll Management Institute (GPMI) to discuss everything from international payroll training, compliance and legislation to effective strategic positioning for payroll professionals.

About my GPMI Global Payroll Guests:

Doug and Mary are well known in the world of both US, and International payroll and they are both champions for innovation and technology along with education and engagement for all things associated with the payroll industry.

Mary and Doug are part of the team behind the outstanding content and resources provided by global payroll vendors and other subject-matter experts who are all subscribers to the Global Payroll Management Institute (GPMI), which is an institute that has become the world’s leading community for global payroll leaders, managers, practitioners, researchers, and technology experts.  You can find out more at https://www.gpminstitute.com.

In this GPMI and the Future of Global Payroll episode of the Payroll Podcast we discover:

  1. What is the GPMI all about?
  2. What are the current trends in technology impacting Global Payroll right now?
  3. What are the critical contemporary compliance challenges affecting Global Payroll
  4. How the difficulties faced by payroll leaders in the USA differ to those in Europe?
  5. How the digital landscape is changing within the payroll industry
  6. What does the future hold for Global Payroll
  7. How will Robotic Process Automation impact and streamline payroll processes?
  8. What are the ‘big data’ global challenges or innovations affecting payroll?
  9. Why giving payroll professionals recognition for the work they do is absolutely essential
  10. The primary objectives of the GPMI
  11. What more can be done to raise the profile of the payroll industry?
  12. Whether or not Payroll Leaders are responding to technological advancements quickly enough?
  13. What the Payroll Country Complexity Survey (developed with NGAHR) is and why it is worth examining
  14. What will the most significant impact be on the payroll industry in the next 3-5 years?

View the links below to access the websites referred to in this GPMI and the Future of Global Payroll episode of the Payroll Podcast:

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THE PAYROLL PODCAST.  A NICHE PODCAST FOR A NICHE PROFESSION. SUBSCRIBE TODAY!

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The Payroll Podcast has one primary aim. To cut through the complex global payroll legislation, technology and compliance issues that affect payroll operations and to provide practical advice that you can implement immediately to improve your payroll department.  We aim to take our listeners on a journey through subjects complex payroll issues ranging from GDPR, Robotic Process Automation, Blockchain Technology and Artificial Intelligence to, Global payroll compliance, payroll control frameworks, international payroll legislation and training, workplace psychology and payroll career planning.  We try to do it with a little bit of humour and with content that I truly hope will help you to improve your payroll function for the better and hopefully raise the profile of the worldwide payroll industry at the same time!

Featuring leading industry experts, we interview Payroll Business Owners, Global Payroll Directors, Payroll Trainers, Payroll Managers, Payroll Software Professionals, Wellness-at-Work Practitioners, HR Directors, CEO’s, Recruiters and even Talent and Leadership Psychologists!

I need your support!

The Payroll Podcast is a niche podcast, so if you like the show, please subscribe to it, review it (on iTunes) and please, please share it with as many of your payroll colleagues as possible!

If you wish to get involved with The Payroll Podcast or indeed if you would like to suggest a topic or tell us what you think about it, then please email me at Nick@jgarecruitment.com – I would love to hear from you!

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Thanks for Listening!

In the meantime, if you have any payroll or HR recruitment requirements that JGA Recruitment can assist with, please do reach out to us on 01727 800 377 or email Nick@jgarecruitment.com You can also download free payroll whitepapers and check out a wealth of payroll articles on our website.  Find out more by visiting us at jamesgray.wpengine.com.

We are specialist Payroll and HR recruiters with over 100 years of expert recruitment experience.  Whatever your requirements, if you get in touch and quote “The Payroll Podcast” then you can receive a 20% discount on all JGA Recruitment Terms of business.

Contact us today to find out more.

Tel: 01727 800 377.
Email Nick@jgarecruitment.com

Holistic Learning with Open Source Technology for L&D

Holistic Learning with Open Source Technology for L&D with Lars Hyland – #003

Holistic Learning with Open Source Technology for L&D “Holistic Learning with Open Source Technology for L&D and HR Professionals” with Lars Hyland.  In this episode of the HR L&D Podcast, we sit down with Lars Hyland – Chief Learning Officer at Totara Learning to explore his deep knowledge of learning technology in all its forms to learn more about how L&D Professionals can harness this technology to deliver effective and engaging learning experiences, both in the workplace and in education.

Lars possesses over 27 years of experience in the design and implementation of large-scale holistic learning programmes and performance improvement solutions. Lars has worked with a wide range of international organisations including Sky, Tesco, Nestle, Amex and McDonald’s to name just a few!

In 2015 Lars took over as Chief Commercial Officer at Totara and was responsible for developing Totara’s Partner Network and Worldwide Subscribers. He’s now working as the Chief Learning Officer responsible for the overall success of Totara’s business operations in Europe, Middle East and Africa.

In this “Holistic Learning with Open Source Technology for L&D and HR Professionals” episode of the HR L&D Podcast we learn:

  1. What is Holistic Learning in the context of Open Source Technology and why this could be key for L&D professionals
  2. How L&D teams can ensure they are always ahead of the curve when it comes to change
  3. The key factors that have driven L&D forwards to where it is today?
  4. Who are Totara and how does the platform help L&D teams adapt to change
  5. How does Totara provide such a holistic learning environment?
  6. Why did Totara decide to develop a collaborative model that supports a global partner network?
  7. How are the demands of commercial organisations similar to those within Higher Education?
  8. What are the main holistic learning priorities L&D Team should be focused on?
  9. Why all L&D professionals should embrace open source technology!
  10. The key piece of advice Lars would give to someone embarking on a career in learning and development?

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To check out the links featured in this Holistic Learning & Open Source Technology episode of the HR L&D podcast:

This HR L&D Podcast is sponsored by Think Learning who empower organisations to create safer and better places to work through the implementation of Totara Learn, a fully featured Learning Management System. Contact info@think-learning.com to find out more (please quote the HR L&D Podcast when you make contact)

The HR L&D Podcast that requires your support for it to survive. It is a niche podcast created for a specialist audience, so if you like the show, please subscribe to it, review it and share it with as many of your HR or L&D colleagues as possible.

If you wish to get involved with HR L&D Podcast or indeed if you would like to suggest a topic or tell us what you think about it, please get in touch!

THANKS FOR LISTENING!

In the meantime, if you have any HR or L&D recruitment requirements that JGA HR Recruitment Services can assist with, please do reach out to me at Nick@jgarecruitment.com. We are specialist HR recruiters with over 100 years of expert HR recruitment expertise. Quote “The HR L&D Podcast” to receive a 20% discount on all Terms of business.

You can also download free HR whitepapers and a wealth of HR articles on our website. Find out more by visiting us at jamesgray.wpengine.com.

Contact us today to find out more.
Tel: 01727 800 377.
Email Nick@jgarecruitment.com

Talent Management

Talent Management & the Power of Conversations with Hesketh Emden – #002

Talent ManagementIn this episode “Talent Management & the Power of Conversations” of the HR L&D Podcast, I sit down with Hesketh Emden

Hesketh is a multi-award-winning talent management professional to discuss his experience in developing employee cultures, his passion for promoting and training the power of conversations and of course, to understand more about his learning and development design and strategy implementation expertise.

Hesketh has successfully headed and set up a broad range of public and private sector Learning and Development functions, from Commercial Union during one of Europe’s largest mergers, to the Metropolitan Police.   In 2011 he was recruited by NHS England to lead on talent management, identifying future leaders across London’s 70 NHS organisations.

As part of government health service reforms, in 2013 Hesketh was brought in to help create the brand-new NHS Property Services, a Limited Company owned by the Secretary of State. In this episode of the HR L&D Podcast, we discover how, despite 3200 staff being TUPE’d overnight, he managed to successfully implement a Talent Management structure that supported building a new organisation with a single culture where there had previously been 161 ways of doing things.   Inspirational stuff!

Aside from Hesketh’s passion to promote and train ‘the power of conversations’, we also learn more about his experience at award ceremonies.  Hesketh was a finalist in the CIPD People Management Award in 2012 – ‘Talent Attraction & Management’; was winner of the Charity Learning Awards in 2014 – for ‘Using e-learning to facilitate change’; Finalist of the PPMA Excellence in People Management Awards in 2015 for ‘Talent Management’ and winner again in the HR Excellence Awards 2017 – for ‘Best CSR Strategy’.  Hesketh is very modest when it comes to his own achievements, but I know that our listeners will be keen to find out more about the man behind the accolades.

In this “Talent Management & the Power of Conversations” HR L&D Podcast episode, we discover:

 

  1. Hesketh’s work concerning “the power of conversations” and how this work has evolved
  2. The biggest challenges to making this type of training ‘mainstream’
  3. The tools and processes Hesketh has used to develop successful large-scale talent management programmes
  4. His experience in aligning 161 organisations into one single vision and culture following a 3200 employee TUPE
  5. How Hesketh’s work helped contribute to £5m a year in productivity savings for the NHS!
  6. Practical steps for you to immediately implement so you too can successfully develop positive communications
  7. We learn about his passion for supporting a Substance Misuse Charity and his work concerning the “Lazarus drug”
  8. Hesketh’s view on the impact that technology is having on communications within organisations?
  9. Why every organization should consider entering an industry award.
  10. The main challenges currently affecting Talent Management right now
  11. The key things L&D & HR professionals should be doing now to prioritise and develop talent in their organisations
  12. The reason why all L&D, HR and Talent professionals should embrace communications training?

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To find out more about the companies featured in this episode of the HR L&D podcast:

This HR L&D Podcast is sponsored by Think Learning who empower organisations to create safer and better places to work through the implementation of Totara Learn, a fully featured Learning Management System. Contact info@think-learning.com to find out more (please quote the HR L&D Podcast when you make contact)

The HR L&D Podcast that requires your support for it to survive. It is a niche podcast created for a specialist audience, so if you like the show, please subscribe to it, review it and share it with as many of your HR or L&D colleagues as possible.

If you wish to get involved with HR L&D Podcast or indeed if you would like to suggest a topic or tell us what you think about it, please get in touch!

THANKS FOR LISTENING!

In the meantime, if you have any HR or L&D recruitment requirements that JGA HR Recruitment Services can assist with, please do reach out to me at Nick@jgarecruitment.com. We are specialist HR recruiters with over 100 years of expert HR recruitment expertise. Quote “The HR L&D Podcast” to receive a 20% discount on all Terms of business.

You can also download free HR whitepapers and a wealth of HR articles on our website. Find out more by visiting us at jamesgray.wpengine.com.

Contact us today to find out more.
Tel: 01727 800 377.
Email Nick@jgarecruitment.com

Content Curation

Content Curation for L&D Professionals – with Stephen Walsh #001

Content Curation

This “Content Curation for L&D Professionals” episode of the HR L&D Podcast, is sponsored by Think Learning. Today, we are joined by CEO and Founder of Anders PinkStephen Walsh

Stephen is an incredibly successful entrepreneur from within the content curation and learning and development space and has successfully co-founded with Steve Rayson, three content curation, e-learning and blended solutions companies including Kineo, BuzzSumo and more recently, Anders Pink

Anders Pink aims to help teams stay smart through continuous learning and by curating relevant content. They help find, filter and share the latest content on any topic, client, sector or industry which saves businesses time by locating better content faster and therefore improving engagement. Anders Pink are also able to embed curated content into your Learning Platforms and this is something we find out much more about in this episode of the HR L&D Podcast!

In this episode, we take a deep-dive into Stephen’s 20-plus years in learning technology and communications to help us understand how learning and development practitioners can achieve a culture of continuous learning and content curation for their businesses.

We also discover more about Stephen’s book ‘Content Curation for Learning’ and we explore how L&D professionals can intelligently filter the way people see information and better support organizations by creating habit-forming practices that will help you to improve your processes for continuous learning and content curation.

So, fasten your seat-belts for a journey deep into the world of content curation!

In this episode of the HR L&D Podcast, we discover:

  1. The biggest challenges to developing content curation processes
  2. Why content curation is important in relation to Learning and Development professionals
  3. The key strategies behind Stephen’s “Seek, Sense and Share model”. 
  4. The key skills you need to become a successful L&D content curator
  5. The key takeaway practical steps you can immediately implement to successfully curate content
  6. The key strategies you would recommend to help them make their content curation processes more efficient?
  7. How easy is it to automate the content curation process
  8. How you can own the content curation process?
  9. The trends in content curation by sector
  10. The key ‘tangible business benefits’ of a business having a content curation strategy?
  11. How Anders Pink can help you with your content curation objectives


To find out more about the companies featured in this episode of the HR L&D podcast:

This HR L&D Podcast is sponsored by Think Learning who empower organisations to create safer and better places to work through the implementation of Totara Learn, a fully featured Learning Management System. Contact info@think-learning.com to find out more (please quote the HR L&D Podcast when you make contact)

The HR L&D Podcast that requires your support for it to survive. It is a niche podcast created for a specialist audience, so if you like the show, please subscribe to it, review it and share it with as many of your HR or L&D colleagues as possible.

If you wish to get involved with HR L&D Podcast or indeed if you would like to suggest a topic or tell us what you think about it, please get in touch!

THANKS FOR LISTENING!

In the meantime, if you have any HR or L&D recruitment requirements that JGA HR Recruitment Services can assist with, please do reach out to me at Nick@jgarecruitment.com. We are specialist HR recruiters with over 100 years of expert HR recruitment expertise. Quote “The HR L&D Podcast” to receive a 20% discount on all Terms of business.

You can also download free HR whitepapers and a wealth of HR articles on our website. Find out more by visiting us at jamesgray.wpengine.com.

Contact us today to find out more.
Tel: 01727 800 377.
Email Nick@jgarecruitment.com