Putting the Human into Resource Management

November, 8th

12:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Ready to explore new approaches to resource management that bring the human element back into your business strategy?

Join us for an eye-opening webinar, "Putting the Human into Resource Management" where we'll explore unique and innovative perspectives to managing resources that will not only help you navigate turbulent times but also foster business growth.

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Webinar description

In this session, we delve into the transformative journey of Raise, a company that harnessed a new, participatory approach to allocate people and work. This unique approach resulted in their ability to effectively steer through the challenges posed by the global pandemic. Get ready to discover how they reimagined work assignments and empowered their employees. As we wrap up, we address the pivotal question: What is the key takeaway for resource management professionals looking to humanize work distribution and empower their teams?

What you'll learn:

  • How does the assignment of work in a self-organizing system actually look like? Who holds the power to assign tasks?
  • In this paradigm where individuals pursue their passions, what role does the resource manager play?
  • What strategies can we employ to help employees uncover and share their passions, and how does this impact the organization's core beliefs and principles?

Learn more about our speakers:

Ed Frauenheim

Ed is about reinventing masculinity, organizations, and society. And about connecting the dots among the three for a more soulful world. He is an author, speaker, coach, and consultant. His writing has appeared in publications including USA Today, Harvard Business Review, and Fortune. Ed has a master’s degree in education from U.C. Berkeley and previously served as director of research and content at the Great Place to Work Institute. He’s co-written four books, including Reinventing Masculinity: The Liberating Power of Compassion and Connection. Ed also co-founded The Teal Team to study and advocate for more soulful organizations.

Edwin Jansen

Edwin Jansen is the Chief Steward and CEO of Fuse Cooperative, the staffing industry's first and only platform cooperative, which means Fuse is owned and managed by staffing firms and independent recruiters who are its members. This innovative business was born out of Edwin’s experience in the “Teal OS” - an organizational operating system that empowers every employee to do their best work without any bosses or hierarchy. Edwin’s passion is to help build a world where most people love their work, and that’s what he believes will happen if more organizations adopt self-management practices.

Nora Fleischhut

Nora Fleischhut is an experienced transformation consultant, passionate speaker, and future of work enthusiast. After working in consulting at one of the Big Four for seven years, she’s now partnering with Runn on a mission to unleash the potential of organizations and people by creating more adaptable, human, and joyful ways of working and enabling a change of perspective. With her optimistic, collaborative, and innovative mindset, she creatively draws on methods and expertise from the fields of neurobiology, behavioral sciences, agile ways of working, and psychology. How her friends would describe her to a stranger: Unfalteringly positive.

Webinar details




November, 8th


12:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)