Your organization talks the talk. As leadership, it’s also your responsibility to walk the walk.
From the very beginning in recruitment and onboarding, company values should be apparent. On today’s episode of the podcast, we learn from Shahzia Noorally the best way to accomplish this through storytelling and building a culture surrounding vulnerability about personal experiences. Share your story, look for connection, and allow space for your people to be human in the workplace.
Listen in as we discuss cultural context and its place in workplace mental health, compassion and intentionality in engagement, and vulnerable connection in an isolating workforce. Shahzia’s insights into cultural competency provide practical and actionable steps your organization can take to elevate employee experience.
About Shahzia Noorally
Shahzia Noorally is a senior HR professional based in Calgary, AB who is on a personal mission to change the HR industry by challenging the norms around how great cultures should be built and infused to make high performing, engaging, and authentically diverse workplaces. She is a proud introvert, published writer, speaker, and blogger, and holds both a Bachelor of Management degree from the University of Lethbridge as well as a Masters of Education degree from the University of British Columbia. She currently works as a HR Business Partner for FortisAlberta and prior to joining Fortis, she spent nearly 6 years at ATB Financial where she worked in a variety of progressive HR roles.
When she’s not working, you can find her building her side hustle, the Colour Gap, a podcast focused on unconventional career strategy for women of colour.