This week’s Talent10x features Ed Frauenheim from Great Place to Work. Frank, Ed and Workforce editor Rick Bell discuss culture, competitiveness and leadership.

Rick Bell joins Frank Kalman this week to chat with Great Place to Work’s Ed Frauenheim to recap the organization’s annual conference in Chicago a few weeks back, an event that featured talks from Cisco’s John Chambers and AT&T’s Randall Stephenson. The three also talk culture, competitiveness and leadership. Listen here or subscribe to the podcast on iTunes or Stitcher.

Talent Economy Managing Editor Frank Kalman talks with the USC professor about what Uber can do to fix its leadership culture and what startups can do to embrace HR.

Frank Kalman talks with longtime friend of Talent Economy John Boudreau about his view on Uber’s recent leadership issues, startup culture and how human resources and talent professionals outside recruiting can gain more credibility in the high-growth industry. Listen here or subscribe to Talent10x on iTunes and Stitcher.

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Managing Editor Frank Kalman talks with workplace expert and author of “The Future Workplace Experience” Jeanne Meister on how the continued rise of gig work could influence how conventional executives manage talent both inside and outside their organizations. Listen here or subscribe to Talent10x on iTunes. Also, for more Talent Economy coverage, visit talenteconomy.io.

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Strong-willed employees often face social backlash when voicing disagreeable opinions, but the issue is worse for women. Here’s how leaders can alleviate the problem.

By David Maxfield

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Picture yourself in a meeting with other managers. You’ve been charged with making decisions that will alter the course of a large division within your company. After hours of discussion, you think the group has agreed…

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Managing Editor Frank Kalman talks with Whirlpool executives on how the company’s cultural transformation led it to fend off new competitors and turn its business around following the financial crisis.

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Talk of the future of innovation in business and society is empty without realizing that the challenges posed by the world’s talent pipeline need to be addressed first.

When asked to give his assessment on the state of the talent pipeline needed to drive the future of innovation, AT&T Chairman and CEO Randall Stephenson perfectly captured the veiled theme of the day.

The talent pipeline, he said, responding to one of the last questions of the final session…

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Managing Editor Frank Kalman talks with USC senior research scientist and economist Alec Levenson on the challenge of creating a high-performance culture.

In the latest episode of Talent10x, Managing Editor Frank Kalman talks with Alec Levenson, a senior research scientist at the Center for Effective Organizations at the University of Southern California, on the value of high-performance work design and why CEOs need to pay more attention to the value of team, not individual, performance.

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