Russel Lolacher

Marketing Executive Amber Naslund on Imposter Syndrome

Inside Imposter Syndrome at Work with Amber Naslund

In this episode of Relationships at Work, Russel chats with Senior Manager for Marketing Solutions at Linkedin Amber Naslund on Imposter Syndrome. As someone challenged by it, she shares what she’s learned, what it feels like and how it shows up and how leadership can better support those with this issue. A few reasons she …

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Frontline Feedback: The Story of Compassion So Counterfeit

Have you ever been asked how you’re doing at work? The question is proposed without really caring about the response. It’s a formality. A throwaway. Now imagine for a moment, it WAS taken seriously. It was taken to heart. It was responded to honestly. But it didn’t go the way it should. Stay tuned for …

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Crystal Henrickson and Annika Reinhardt on Compensation and professional development

How Employee Compensation Compliments Development with Crystal Henrickson and Annika Reinhardt

In this episode of Relationships at Work, Russel chats with organizational consultants and compensation experts Crystal Henrickson and Annika Reinhardt on the role of employee compensation in professional development and workplace culture. A few reasons they are awesome – They are the co-founders of Talent Collective, a consulting agency helping organizations grow their talent through …

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Doug Rabold on embracing neurodivergency at work

Understanding and Embracing Neurodiversity in the Workplace with Doug Rabold

In this episode of Relationships at Work, Russel chats with neurodivergent leader Doug Rabold on embracing neurodiversity in the workplace, what it might look like and its importance. A few reasons he is awesome – he’s the senior manager of customer support at Amwell, Chairman of the Board of HDI who named him a Top …

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Katie Rasoul discusses the importance of belonging at work

Focusing on the 3 Building Blocks of Belonging at Work with Katie Rasoul

In this episode of Relationships at Work, Russel chats with leadership and culture coach Katie Rasoul on the importance of prioritizing belonging at work and what it looks like. A few reasons she is awesome – she’s the Chief Awesome Officer at Team Awesome Coaching – a leadership and culture coaching agency, she’s been a …

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Jessie MacNeil-Brown on activism in the workplace

Why Activating Activism in Employees is a Good Thing with Jessie MacNeil-Brown

In this episode of Relationships at Work, Russel chats with activist and Campaigns Manager Jessie MacNeil-Brown on encouraging activism in employees improves the world and workplace. A few reasons she is awesome – she’s the Campaigns Manager at Ingka Group (IKEA), formally the head of Global Activism and Corporate Responsibility for the Body Shop and …

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Alexa Harris discusses DEI - diversity, equity and inclusion in the workplace

Change Your Mindset to Improve DEI in the Workplace with Alexa Harris

In this episode of Relationships at Work, host Russel Lolacher chats with strategic HR manager and DEI corporate advocate Alexa Harris on being more intentional in our workplaces with diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging and what that looks like. A few reasons she is awesome – she’s the manager of HR Strategic Initiatives for Graham …

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Stephanie Cadieux on Accessible Workplaces

Why You Need to Embrace an Accessible Workplace with Stephanie Cadieux

In this episode of Relationships at Work, Russel chats with Canada’s first Chief Accessibility Officer Stephanie Cadieux on the importance and benefits of embracing an accessible workplace. A few reasons she is awesome – she is Canada’s first Chief Accessibility Officer (CAO) serving as an independent special advisor to the Ministry of Employment, Workforce Development …

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Felix Nater on workplace violence

Keeping Employees Safe from Workplace Violence with Felix Nater

In this episode of Relationships at Work, Russel chats with workplace violence prevention advisor and consultant Felix Nater on the impacts of violence and non-violent behaviour in the workplace, its impact on culture and steps to avoid it. A few reasons he is awesome – he is the President and Owner of Nater Associates, Ltd. …

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Nate Brown on building community to enrich the employee experience

Building Community to Improve the Employee Experience with Nate Brown

In this episode of Relationships at Work, Russel chats with co-founder of the CX Accelerator and speaker Nate Brown on how to build  community to benefit your employee experience in your industry. A few reasons he is awesome – he is the Senior Director of CX at Arise Virtual Solutions, which is a platform that …

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