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In this final episode of A Better World of Work Season 1 podcast, hosts Hardeep Matharu and Eoin Higgins take the hot seat with show producer Ng Lay Peng, and share with us their key takeaways from the series so far. Find out more about what's next for the future of work, how you can make hybrid work, work, and what leadership practices are expected from leaders of the future. Listen now to our podcast chat now.Subscribe and follow us on our LinkedIn page to be the first to listen to our latest episodes!Curious to find out how we can help you create a better world of work? Find us on www.veldhoencompany.com. 
With the world of work changing rapidly, what is needed for leaders in today's environment? What is the paradox of good leadership and what are some of the best practices for organisations that are staring a change management process? Get the answers to these and more on our podcast chat with global people development expert Marie-Laure Caille, Founder and Director of The Human Factor.Subscribe and follow us on our LinkedIn page to be the first to listen to our latest episodes!Curious to find out how we can help you create a better world of work? Find us on www.veldhoencompany.com. 
For decades, Japan has been known for having hardworking employees with a strong sense of company loyalty and strict work ethics. In 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic offered them a rare opportunity to work remotely, and a glimpse of what alternative ways of working, and life, could look like. Has the experience triggered a rethinking about how they work and their work life balance? How about a shift in the way they perceive work? Join Miho Sakai from Itoki Corporation, as she peels back the layers on the changes happening in Japan, and offers insights onto the unique nuances of the Japanese workplace.Subscribe and follow us on our LinkedIn page to be the first to listen to our latest episodes!Curious to find out how we can help you create a better world of work? Find us on www.veldhoencompany.com. 
Companies around the globe are placing increasing importance on shaping a strong and positive employee experience to strengthen organisational culture and team connections. How does internal communications contribute to becoming a key player in employee experience, and what are the nuances to observe in order to adopt a human-centric approach to communicating within the organisation?Listen now to our podcast chat with Natasha Wahap, former Head of Employee Engagement  and DEI at Southeast Asia's first tech decacorn, Grab, as she shares her insights and experience on building employee experiences through internal communications.Subscribe and follow us on our LinkedIn page to be the first to listen to our latest episodes!Curious to find out how we can help you create a better world of work? Find us on www.veldhoencompany.com. 
Technology and the myriad of digital work tools available has provided the global workforce to embrace flexible work without the loss of connection nor productivity. However, technology can be a double-edged sword. How can organisations strive for effectiveness towards their choice of tools used in the organisation? What should organisations be thinking about when it comes to technology and how can leaders avoid letting their personal biases affect their decisions? Listen now to our podcast chat with Adam Chicktong, General Manager of APAC at Asana as he shares with us his leadership story at Asana going into flexible work, and insights from the organisation's Anatomy of Work survey.Subscribe and follow us on our LinkedIn page to be the first to listen to our latest episodes!Curious to find out how we can help you create a better world of work? Find us on www.veldhoencompany.com. 
Rahul Daswani was the founding Head of People and Culture at Open Government Products (OGP) in Singapore.  A civil servant for almost a decade and former McKinsey consultant, he's an intrapreneur, designing and implementing initiatives to build capabilities and culture. His experience over the last 12 years includes founding or being in the early stages of five government start-ups: Open Government Products, Strategy Group in Singapore's Prime Minister's Office, SkillsFuture Singapore, Ethiopia's Agricultural Transformation Agency and Papua New Guinea's Climate Change Development Authority.In this  episode, Rahul tells us how OGP built a culture of high performance, engagement and trust over the last two and a half years, first with remote, then hybrid and remote working.  He also shares his strategies behind sustaining a culture of high performance as the organisation experience rapid growth in a short period.Listen now to our podcast chat with Rahul Daswani, Head of Partnerships at Open Government Products now.Subscribe and follow us on our LinkedIn page to be the first to listen to our latest episodes!Curious to find out how we can help you create a better world of work? Find us at www.veldhoencompany.com. 
The City of Casey is a local government area in Victoria, Australia in the outer south-eastern suburbs of Melbourne. Casey is Victoria's most populous municipality, serving over 340,000 people. In 2017 the opening of a new significant arts, cultural and community precinct, called Bunjil Place, was opened. Coinciding with this, the City of Casey workplace changed to a new, activity-based, way of working. Most of the City of Casey staff are based in the Bunjil Place centre.  In 2019, leadership at Casey felt that improvements to the workplace strategy were needed and embarked on a revision of the strategy. Not long into the early stages of this process, Covid hit. Rather than, put their workplace strategy on hold, City of Casey instead took a more ambitious approach. Not only did they continue with their workplace strategy revision, they set about reimagining their way of working to meet the needs of a post-pandemic workplace.  Listen now to our podcast chat with Liesl Westberry, Head of Service Optimisation and Improvement at City of Casey.Subscribe and follow us on our LinkedIn page to be the first to listen to our latest episodes!Curious to find out how we can help you create a better world of work? Find us on www.veldhoencompany.com. 
How do we define happiness and wellness at the workplace, and how can we measure it? Are ping-pong tables and free meals all there is to workplace wellness? Is there such a thing as toxic positivity, and how can we normalise conversations around emotions at work? You can find out the answers to all these and more in this episode of  A Better World of Work podcast chat with Sha-En Yeo, Founder of Happiness Scientist. Subscribe and follow us on our LinkedIn page to be the first to listen to our latest episodes!Curious to find out how we can help you create a better world of work? Find us on www.veldhoencompany.com. 
In 2020,  the New South Wales Ministry of Health (NSW Health), a ministerial department of the New South Wales Government relocated its headquarters to a newly constructed 30,000 square metres building designed to support an activity-based way of working, with a capacity for approximately 3,500 staff. Despite the difficulty of relocating the department during the pandemic, the move was successfully completed on time. Unlike most organisations that shifted to remote work during the lockdown periods, NSW Health had to maintain a contingent of office-based workforce. The department instead decided to maintain its approach to activity based working with increased cleaning support rather than make changes to the built environment for people to work at a safe distance . Instead of telling staff how and where to work in a Covid-safe way, they empowered them to make those decisions themselves.Find out more about the challenges and key learnings experienced by the organisation with guest Amy Chew, Director, Property and Workplace Experience, NSW Health.
The World of Work has transformed tremendously over the past decades, and more so for the rest of us since 2020. From being based in the office, to remote and now hybrid, we are all doing our best to make things work.  We will be inviting guests and experts from across the workplace industry to join us in our episodes as we discuss all things work related, and how we can make it better.  Join us every fortnight at A Better World of Work podcast and follow us on our LinkedIn page for the latest updates.  Hosted by: Hardeep Matharu, Sorina Catuna, Eoin HigginsProducer and edited by: Ng Lay PengCompany: Veldhoen + Company
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