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In our podcast we take a closer look at our peoples’ everyday work life. Hear real stories, get tips and enjoy the conversation!
Ever wondered how the average employee handles changes and challenges in their career?
Join us in Konecranes’ new podcast – Flow at Work – where people from our company share stories about everyday work life. With the help of topic specialist, after each story, we’ll try to draw insights, provide tips and shed light on working at Konecranes. Half an hour of views, information and relaxed conversation!
Mona Saarinen?is working at Konecranes as an HR Communications Manager. She started in?the beginning of?2020, and her role includes planning global communication strategies for different people topics, including learning and development, diversity and inclusion, and employer branding. Mona lives in Helsinki, Finland.???
David Stoneham?is an experienced communication professional from outside Konecranes. With a background that also includes advertising and book-writing, he now runs his own company, which is specialised in internal communications. David was born in the UK, has lived in China and currently resides in Finland.?
1. Technicians - Breaking the myths
Does a service technician equal repairman? Is he (they are all men, aren’t they?) covered in grease most of the day? In this podcast, we talk about misconceptions surrounding service technicians, their value for customers and the cool places they visit, with our very own service technician, Samuele Chiosi. Our specialist, Sam Sharkey, talks about teamwork, safety and whether technician roles are only for men.
Kevin Honaman is in his mid-twenties. In this episode, he tells us what young people want from work and if they are really as ambitious, impatient and self-confident as some people claim. We discuss what Kevin expected before he joined Konecranes and how well those expectations were met. Our specialist, Marzena Prudzicz, gives tips when considering a new job; advice that is useful for everyone – not just millennials! ?
What does a 9-to-5 job mean when you’re working across multiple time zones? Grace Wang tells us what it’s like to work in an international company, with different cultures and the need to cooperate via remote communication. Our specialist of the episode, Frans Laurentz, reveals some of the benefits of joining a global company.
Every one of us influences the customer –some more than others. Meet a real-life salesperson, Heather Leifheit, who unveils her take on customer service and shares what it takes to be in sales. Matt Kennedy, our specialist, challenges people that have ruled out a customer-facing role for themselves.
One woman – one typical career story.?Or perhaps not. We’ll be discussing some of the challenges, strengths and accomplishments women have at work, through the eyes of a female colleague.
6. Climate change, safety and the individual
We all care about the environment but what has environmental performance at work got to do with?the average employee??You may be surprised by some of the links between?the?environment,?safety?and business?results?and?by?how?they?impact?your work.?
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