Jayde Tipper, Chief People Officer at Temenos shares her vision and strategies to ensure company culture enables us to thrive at work and fulfil our caring responsibilities.
Discussing her own experiences of being a working parent, Jayde provides examples of practical changes she is leading in her team and company-wide.
Noting the prominence of HR as business leaders, Jayde calls on all HR practitioners, for an agenda at an upcoming meeting, to ask for HR to go first.
Here’s a snapshot of a few things we talked about:
[3:10] The Motherhood penalty and changing working parent culture
[12:50] Business issues not HR issues – everyone is responsible for the culture of the company
[17:20] An inclusive approach to a team ‘offsite’ or ‘away days’
[25:26] The 9 – 5 is dead, but there’s still a lot of work to do
[29:00] Put yourself first on the next meeting agenda
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