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Creating a Human Workplace - A Chat with Liz Ryan

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I am Kathy Klotz-Guest, founder of Keeping it Human. This show airs Thursdays at 3:30 PM PDT. Keeping it Human is about human speak, not marketing speak, that gets results. We focus on great tips and fun guests without the marketing BS.  If you're looking for jargon-monoxide poisoning, we recommend our competition.

Every workplace must be 'human'

Corporate structures of the early 20 century don't work today. While some workplaces are innovative; others stifle innovation and human ingenuity. Employees want meaningful work, they want to be respect, they want flexibility, and they want human workplaces. If employees aren’t treated well, they can’t take care of customers well. It is that simple. So what does it mean to be a human workplace and how do we get there?

Join me and my guest, The awesome Liz Ryan, Nov 14th at 3:30PM PDT for a kick-ass conversation!

Email questions: kathy@keepingithuman.com

Visit the human workplace:http://www.humanworkplace.com

About Liz Ryan

Liz Ryan is CEO of Human Workplace, a former Fortune 500 Human Resources VP and the world's most widely-read career and workplace advisor. Liz is shaking up the traditional career marketplace and helping working people around the world take charge of their careers.

Liz reaches 30 million readers per month via Business Week, Yahoo!, TIME.com, Harvard Business Review, LinkedIn, the Denver Post and Huffington Post. Liz is a commentator for CNN, MSNBC, BBC Radio, NPR, and an advisor to her fans around the world. Liz is the author of "Happy About Online Networking: the Virtual-ly Simple Way to Build Professional Relationships." Liz and her husband Michael live in Colorado with their five kids. When she's not writing, speaking or drawing, Liz sings opera professionally.


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