Spending over two years under lockdown has redefined our relationship to work. What does work look like now, and more importantly, how do we make workplaces better for everyone? Hosted by Haraya Coaching culture practice lead Jen Horn and PumaPodcast CEO Carl Javier, The Imaginable Workplace explores both immediate and larger issues about work, and lights the path of organizations willing to transform their cultures and systems.
Though mental health awareness has gained traction these last few years, many companies have barely scratched the surface. Zuellig VP Jen Garcia and psychotherapist Patrick Gamo share how we can begin to open up conversations about mental health in the workplace in a way that truly supports those who find themselves struggling with it.
What if we told you there are companies in the Philippines where work-life balance is not just a dream, but a priority? From flexible schedules to celebrating life outside work, TaskUs Wellness & Resiliency Director Vina Paglicawan, Tinker House CEO Mitzi Sabando, and Lunas Collective CEO Sabrina Gacad share how setting work boundaries has made their team all the better for it.
In 2012, Google sought to find out what makes effective teams and, to their surprise, it was not putting the most skilled members together. Instead, psychological safety was the key factor. Let's examine how to facilitate trust and open communication in our teams, together with Dr. Joy Calleja of the Ateneo Center for Organization Research and Development, and life and leadership coach Cecilia Schrijver.
Designing accessible offices, having zero-tolerance for harassment, and facilitating discussions despite our differences...there are so many ways we can make our workplace more inclusive. This Pride Month, let's celebrate diversity with Canva Philippines' country manager Yani Hornilla-Donato and management consultant Elizha Corpus, who tell us that at the heart of it all, everyone wants a team that recognizes that no matter who we are, we have something to bring to the table. Powered by Canva Philippines.
Lack of respect, office drama, and overbearing bosses are common complaints among employees. From small interactions to a broader culture, what fuels toxicity and what can we do about it? Learn from employees who have experienced this firsthand and from Jackie Cañiza, managing partner at Haraya Coaching.