C-suite-Transformation - John Guziak

C-suite@Transformation is a podcast during which we discuss the new dimension of leadership in the era of technology transformation and the need to be human-centric. We invite specialist and C-suite members to share their views.


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#19 Dorota Duszyńska – o zrównoważonym rozwoju oraz odpowiedzialności HR w trakcie kryzysu
2022-05-13 10:46:08

Serdecznie zapraszam do wysłuchania kolejnego odcinka podcastu C-suite@Transformation, w którym rozmawiam z Dorotą Duszyńską - HR Director Poland & Baltic States w Bonduelle, o zrównoważonym rozwoju i misji firmy Bonduelle, a także o odpowiedzialności i roli HR podczas kryzysu, jakim była pandemia COVID-19.
Serdecznie zapraszam do wysłuchania kolejnego odcinka podcastu C-suite@Transformation, w którym rozmawiam z Dorotą Duszyńską - HR Director Poland & Baltic States w Bonduelle, o zrównoważonym rozwoju i misji firmy Bonduelle, a także o odpowiedzialności i roli HR podczas kryzysu, jakim była pandemia COVID-19.

#18 Wiesława Czarnecka-Stańczak – About strengthening the role of HR, about people and new challenges in the post-pandemic reality
2022-04-15 08:50:26

I’d like to invite you to listen to a new C-suite@Transformation podcast where I will talk to Wiesława Czarnecka-Stańczak, People & Organization Director at Siemens Sp. z o.o., about new challenges facing organizations and their boards in the post-pandemic world. We’ll also discuss the current role of the HR function and the reasons why at Siemens its name has been changed to People & Organization.
I’d like to invite you to listen to a new C-suite@Transformation podcast where I will talk to Wiesława Czarnecka-Stańczak, People & Organization Director at Siemens Sp. z o.o., about new challenges facing organizations and their boards in the post-pandemic world. We’ll also discuss the current role of the HR function and the reasons why at Siemens its name has been changed to People & Organization.

#17 Marta Florczak – what steps might bring you closer to achieve professional success?
2022-03-16 09:19:38

Today I would like to invite you to listen to another episode of the C-suit@Transformation podcast series. This time, together with my guest, Marta Florczak, Member of the Management Board and CHRO at Lidl Polska, we’re discussing the impact of the pandemic on development opportunities and changes at HR departments, as well as the key factors that might prove significant from the perspective of professional career and achieving success in the future.
Today I would like to invite you to listen to another episode of the C-suit@Transformation podcast series. This time, together with my guest, Marta Florczak, Member of the Management Board and CHRO at Lidl Polska, we’re discussing the impact of the pandemic on development opportunities and changes at HR departments, as well as the key factors that might prove significant from the perspective of professional career and achieving success in the future.

#16 Magdalena Zielińska - New trends in HR and team management
2022-02-04 11:12:31

In this sequel of C-suite@Transformation podcast series I will talk to Magdalena Zielińska, HR Director in GOG.com. She will tell us what HR means to her, what challenges leaders will have to face this year, what should they focus on when implementing changes and making decisions, and what is her idea of work in future. My guest believes that each management board needs both flexibility and agility as they allow fast and easy response to changes and new market trends, such as globalisation. The number of firms organising international teams and giving their employees a choice to work from home, in a hybrid manner or in the office has been growing. The pandemics has contributed to the development of this model, which allows companies to employ the most talented people, and employees to adjust work performance to their needs and preferences.
In this sequel of C-suite@Transformation podcast series I will talk to Magdalena Zielińska, HR Director in GOG.com. She will tell us what HR means to her, what challenges leaders will have to face this year, what should they focus on when implementing changes and making decisions, and what is her idea of work in future. My guest believes that each management board needs both flexibility and agility as they allow fast and easy response to changes and new market trends, such as globalisation. The number of firms organising international teams and giving their employees a choice to work from home, in a hybrid manner or in the office has been growing. The pandemics has contributed to the development of this model, which allows companies to employ the most talented people, and employees to adjust work performance to their needs and preferences.

#15 Joanna Jochimczyk on how to attract and retain the best talents
2022-02-04 10:15:55

In this episode of our C-suite@Transformation podcast I am talking to Joanna Jochimczyk, People Partner Cloud Tech EMEA at Google about how the HR function at Google is different from other HR organizations, what the work will look like in the future, and what companies need to consider to retain their employees and be able to work with the brightest talents. My guest believes that every organization should be working towards the goal of getting to know and understanding the needs of its employees. It is worthwhile to consider whether we really know the reason why teams stay with the company or, on the contrary, why they leave it. At the same time, each change introduced within the organization should be thoroughly planned and based on detailed data collected from people who are to be directly affected.
In this episode of our C-suite@Transformation podcast I am talking to Joanna Jochimczyk, People Partner Cloud Tech EMEA at Google about how the HR function at Google is different from other HR organizations, what the work will look like in the future, and what companies need to consider to retain their employees and be able to work with the brightest talents. My guest believes that every organization should be working towards the goal of getting to know and understanding the needs of its employees. It is worthwhile to consider whether we really know the reason why teams stay with the company or, on the contrary, why they leave it. At the same time, each change introduced within the organization should be thoroughly planned and based on detailed data collected from people who are to be directly affected.

#14 Katarzyna Bieńkowska shares her views on how digital transformation can save the organization
2021-11-19 09:50:18

In another episode of the C-suite@Transformation podcast I’m talking with Katarzyna Bieńkowska about the role of HR and how its function has been evolving throughout her career, and about her experience with HR transformation via digitalization. This episode is a continuation of our discussion initiated during a webinar “HRT: How to accelerate transformation through digitalization?” You are more than welcome to watch the recording, which is available on our website.
In another episode of the C-suite@Transformation podcast I’m talking with Katarzyna Bieńkowska about the role of HR and how its function has been evolving throughout her career, and about her experience with HR transformation via digitalization. This episode is a continuation of our discussion initiated during a webinar “HRT: How to accelerate transformation through digitalization?” You are more than welcome to watch the recording, which is available on our website.

#13 Maja Chabińska-Rossakowska talks about how people change and with them the HR function (episode recorded in Polish)
2021-10-13 11:22:18

W kolejnym odcinku podcastu C-suite@Transformation rozmawiam z Mają Chabińską-Rossakowską o tym, jak zmieniała się rola działu HR na przestrzeni lat, o wyzwaniach, z którymi się mierzy w tych zmiennych czasach – pandemii COVID-19 i pracy hybrydowej, a także o wizji przyszłości, nowych rozwiązaniach i funkcjach w organizacji. Maja Chabińska-Rossakowska - Dyrektor HR w ING Bank Śląski. Od ponad 20 lat związana z obszarem zarządzania kapitałem ludzkim. Doświadczenie zawodowe w tym obszarze zdobywała w branży logistycznej, łańcucha dostaw i handlu detalicznego. Firmy, w których pracowała były wielokrotnie nagradzane za działania z obszaru HR. Posiada kalifikacje w negocjacjach, poprawie wydajności, coachingu oraz rozwoju przywództwa. Jest absolwentką studiów EMBA w Wyższej Szkole Zarządzania w Warszawie oraz studiów doktoranckich w Wyższej Szkole Biznesu w Dąbrowie Górniczej.
W kolejnym odcinku podcastu C-suite@Transformation rozmawiam z Mają Chabińską-Rossakowską o tym, jak zmieniała się rola działu HR na przestrzeni lat, o wyzwaniach, z którymi się mierzy w tych zmiennych czasach – pandemii COVID-19 i pracy hybrydowej, a także o wizji przyszłości, nowych rozwiązaniach i funkcjach w organizacji. Maja Chabińska-Rossakowska - Dyrektor HR w ING Bank Śląski. Od ponad 20 lat związana z obszarem zarządzania kapitałem ludzkim. Doświadczenie zawodowe w tym obszarze zdobywała w branży logistycznej, łańcucha dostaw i handlu detalicznego. Firmy, w których pracowała były wielokrotnie nagradzane za działania z obszaru HR. Posiada kalifikacje w negocjacjach, poprawie wydajności, coachingu oraz rozwoju przywództwa. Jest absolwentką studiów EMBA w Wyższej Szkole Zarządzania w Warszawie oraz studiów doktoranckich w Wyższej Szkole Biznesu w Dąbrowie Górniczej.

#12 Beata Janczur explains why when we discuss the future of work we talk about the future of people
2021-09-20 13:53:40

In another in our series of C-suite@Transformation podcasts I talk to Beata Janczur about how HR affects the work of the entire organisation, about the challenges faced by managers and management boards, as well as about the vision of the future of work and why employees (humans) are critical to the company's success.
In another in our series of C-suite@Transformation podcasts I talk to Beata Janczur about how HR affects the work of the entire organisation, about the challenges faced by managers and management boards, as well as about the vision of the future of work and why employees (humans) are critical to the company's success.

#11 Mikołaj Woźniak explains why leaders should listen to the needs of their employees
2021-07-09 08:49:09

In another episode of the C-suite@Transformation podcast I am taking with Mikołaj Woźniak about the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the automotive industry and how the Volkswagen Group has coped with changes during crisis. We are discussing what the future of work will look like once the pandemic is over and how leaders can help their teams make work more efficient.
In another episode of the C-suite@Transformation podcast I am taking with Mikołaj Woźniak about the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the automotive industry and how the Volkswagen Group has coped with changes during crisis. We are discussing what the future of work will look like once the pandemic is over and how leaders can help their teams make work more efficient.

#10 Tomasz Rostkowski on the first steps into the labour market and the brand new role of human capital (episode recorded in Polish)
2021-06-10 09:25:35

W kolejnym odcinku podcastu C-suite@Transformation rozmawiam z Tomaszem Rostkowskim o potrzebach młodych ludzi, studentów i absolwentów, stawiających pierwsze kroki na rynku pracy, a także o zmianach w podejściu do tematu kapitału ludzkiego i jego nowej roli w organizacjach. Tomasz Rostkowski – Profesor Szkoły Głównej Handlowej, kierownik studiów podyplomowych , stoi na czele Insytutu Kapitału Ludzkiego. Ekspert z zakresu wdrażania zmian, strategicznego zarządzania kapitałem ludzkim oraz budowy systemów zarządzania z doświadczeniem w branżach tj.: administracja publiczna (rządowa, samorządowa, sądowa, prokuratorska, NIK, NBP, ZUS, i inne), badania rynku, bankowość, doradztwo, IT zarówno w Polsce, jak i za granicą.
W kolejnym odcinku podcastu C-suite@Transformation rozmawiam z Tomaszem Rostkowskim o potrzebach młodych ludzi, studentów i absolwentów, stawiających pierwsze kroki na rynku pracy, a także o zmianach w podejściu do tematu kapitału ludzkiego i jego nowej roli w organizacjach. Tomasz Rostkowski – Profesor Szkoły Głównej Handlowej, kierownik studiów podyplomowych , stoi na czele Insytutu Kapitału Ludzkiego. Ekspert z zakresu wdrażania zmian, strategicznego zarządzania kapitałem ludzkim oraz budowy systemów zarządzania z doświadczeniem w branżach tj.: administracja publiczna (rządowa, samorządowa, sądowa, prokuratorska, NIK, NBP, ZUS, i inne), badania rynku, bankowość, doradztwo, IT zarówno w Polsce, jak i za granicą.

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