The Eko Podcast

Business leaders from around the world discuss all things related to the global revolution of remote work, including employee engagement, collaboration, wellbeing, business continuity and more. Brought to you by Eko, your virtual workspace.

  • Episode 8: Pivoting Partnerships for a Remote World
    by amadeus@ekoapp.com (Sandra Campopiano, Lee Jacob, Jeremy Colman) on June 18, 2020 at 5:16 am

    Sandra Campopiano (Advisory Partner of HR & Organization at Sertech Exchange), Jeremy Colman (Owner of Today-But-Then Ltd, HR, Recruitment and Communications Consultancy.p) and Lee Jacob (Senior Business Development Lead at Eko) share an insightful conversation on adapting business partnership strategies into the 'new normal'. Is it a good time to make partnerships, how can businesses ensure these discussions are fruitful from a remote setting, and where does technology come in? This episode is brought to you by Eko, your virtual workspace. Our solution is currently being offered for free to support teams around the world during the Covid-19 outbreak. For more information, visit www.ekoapp.com

  • Episode 7: Product management in a time of crisis
    by amadeus@ekoapp.com (Krishna Kumar Sekar, Thanakorn Boonsai, Ysabel Rayo) on June 2, 2020 at 4:55 pm

    Ysabel Rayo (Senior Product Manager at Eko), Krishna Kumar Sekar (Regional Product Manager at Ascend Group) and Thanakorn Boonsai (Head of Product at Fastwork Technologies) deep dive into navigating product roadmaps and stakeholder accountability while working remotely. They discuss how their business' products have had to pivot to the disruptions caused by Covid-19 and the digital tools that have helped along the way. This episode is brought to you by Eko, your virtual workspace. Our solution is currently being offered for free to support teams around the world during the Covid-19 outbreak. For more information, visit www.ekoapp.com

  • Episode 6: Understanding consumer behavior during Covid-19
    by amadeus@ekoapp.com (Steven Lammertink, Nathania Christy, Xander van Baarsen) on May 26, 2020 at 3:12 pm

    Xander van Baarsen (Deputy Head of Europe at Eko), Nathania Christy (Head of Academy at Trend Watching) and Steven Lammertink (Founder & CEO at The Cirqle) share their first-hand insight into changing consumer behavior in light of the Covid-19 outbreak. How are people prioritizing their spending? How have organizations pivoted to this change? What behaviors can we expect to see stick around for the long-term?This episode is brought to you by Eko, your virtual workspace. Our solution is currently being offered for free to support teams around the world during the Covid-19 outbreak. For more information, visit www.ekoapp.com

  • Episode 5: Exploring tech-driven learning as the new norm
    by amadeus@ekoapp.com (Michelle Daigle, Niyoka McCoy) on May 19, 2020 at 6:00 pm

    Michelle Daigle (Head of North America at Eko) and Niyoka McCoy (Vice President at K12) dive deep into the topic of virtual classrooms and e-learning. How can teachers and parents keep children engaged in learning during these unusual circumstances? Will a tech-enabled way of learning be the new norm? How will this forever change the lives of students, teachers and parents?This episode is brought to you by Eko, your virtual classroom. Our solution is currently being offered for free to support schools around the world during the Covid-19 outbreak. For more information, visit www.ekoapp.com

  • Episode 4: Work from home: the employee's perspective
    by amadeus@ekoapp.com (Gracia Wong, Chatchan Tasanasiri, Theerada Moonsiri) on May 12, 2020 at 4:55 pm

    Chan Tanasiri, Nhan Moonsiri (Traveloka Thailand) and Gracia Wong (Public agency in Singapore) share the employee's perspective of working from home during the Covid-19 outbreak. How are staff reacting to this shift? How are they coping with working through a pandemic? Most importantly, what do they expect from employers during this time? Find out in this discussion that explores the topic from both a public company and startup employee stand point.This episode is brought to you by Eko, your virtual workspace. Our solution is currently being offered for free to support teams around the world during the Covid-19 outbreak. For more information, visit www.ekoapp.com

  • Episode 3: Redefining "business as usual" in a time of uncertainty
    by amadeus@ekoapp.com (Francesca Gargaglia, Nikita Olsen, Kate Vacovec) on May 5, 2020 at 5:51 pm

    Francesca Gargaglia (Eko), Nikita Olsen (Taboola) and Kate Vacovec (Pizza Hut UK and Europe) discusses what “business as usual” really means during Covid-19. How can we shift strategies rapidly to minimize the damage done to business success? How should we approach communications with stakeholders and partners during this time? How can we emerge successfully as businesses from the Covid-19 pandemic? This episode is brought to you by Eko, your virtual workspace. Our solution is currently being offered for free to support teams around the world during the Covid-19 outbreak. For more information, visit www.ekoapp.com

  • Episode 2: Building two-way trust in a virtual workplace (Part 2)
    by amadeus@ekoapp.com (Sandra Rutten, Will Messent, Katie Wan) on April 30, 2020 at 9:00 am

    Katie Wan (Eko), Sandra Rutten (Inmarsat) and Will Messent (Kumon UK) continue their discussion about building two-way trust in the virtual workplace, now discussing the crucial role of communications during this time of crisis. They discuss the need for businesses to prioritize transparent and inclusive information flow during this time, how this will affect their employee branding and loyalty in the long term, and how to ensure employees are truly heard while working remotely.This episode is brought to you by Eko, your virtual workspace. Our solution is currently being offered for free to support teams around the world during the Covid-19 outbreak. For more information, visit www.ekoapp.com

  • Episode 1: Building two-way trust in a virtual workplace (Part 1)
    by amadeus@ekoapp.com (Sandra Rutten, Will Messent, Katie Wan) on April 29, 2020 at 3:38 am

    Katie Wan (Eko), Sandra Rutten (Inmarsat) and Will Messent (Kumon UK) kick off this two-part discussion about building two-way trust in the virtual workplace, with this episode focusing specifically on the role of leadership. They discuss how Covid-19 has brought new pressure for leaders to be competent, empathetic and prepared in an unpredictable situation, while finding new ways to track performance management now that everyone is dispersed.This episode is brought to you by Eko, your virtual workspace. Our solution is currently being offered for free to support teams around the world during the Covid-19 outbreak. For more information, visit www.ekoapp.com

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