Dec 1, 2020
In today’s altered landscape of
COVID and social unrest, the shift in how and where we work has
created a critical need to redesign the employee experience. With
boundaries between life and work removed, and with persistent
health and safety concerns for many employees, traditional employee
engagement strategies are not enough to understand the whole-person
The context for work has changed, and there is an obligation for companies to provide something greater, act responsibly, and give back. With heightened social uncertainty and stress, workers expect their employers to understand who they are as a whole person. This includes their personal pursuits and lives, and they expect those organizations to address important topics including social justice, environmental sustainability and community involvement.
My eX Podcast guests this month are two brothers, Pat and Dan Riley. The co-founders of RADICL—serial technology entrepreneurs and brothers Dan and Patrick Riley—sold their employee engagement technology company, Modern Survey, to human resources firm Aon in 2016. Both became partners at Aon after the acquisition, leading the successful integration of the Modern Survey platform into Aon’s global business as well as providing strategy consulting to clients around the world. Since leaving Aon, Dan and Patrick have been advising and working with HR technology companies, and co-produced the award-winning Hollywood film Tuscaloosa (2020).
Today with Pat and Dan we talk about the need to redesign the employee experience by focusing on the whole person.
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