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CareerMinded, Episode 1: What It Means to be Fulfilled

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It’s the first episode of Career Minded, the show for all people with business on the brain. Career Minded sits down with thought leaders and authorities in the HR, OD, and Operations world to hear their personal stories and professional insights.

In this first episode, host Martin R. Schneider tackles some of his favorite (or least favorite) corporate buzzwords. Then, we’re joined by Bill Schiemann, founder of The Metrus Group nd author of the book Fulfilled!: Critical Choices: Work, Home, Life. Bill talks with us about improving employee experience and personal fulfillment using what he calls the People Equity framework – based on the core tenets of Alignment, Capabilities, and Engagement.

CareerMinded is brought to you by Careerminds. It is written, hosted and produced by Martin R. Schneider. Theme music by Scott Holmes.

For a written transcript of this episode, click here.

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