Company Culture | Organizational Development | Global Transformation | Coaching | Education | Transition at Work | Role Model | Emotional Intelligence at Work |
Summing up all aspects of her work Tamilla Mahkamova is a psychologist, HR, Organizational Development and Transformation expert, coach, and educator.
Over the last 15 years, she has worked in HR, OD, and Transformation roles in a corporate and non-profit environment through East and West. Currently, as Global Change Director at GrandVision, she leads change management in large-scale business and IT programs.
In addition, within her Coaching & Education practice, she works with senior leaders going through a personal change and transition at work or leaders aiming to implement complex change in their organizations. Whenever she has a chance, she facilitates conversations and teachings around working with young adults' social and emotional aspects.
Whatever the role or assignment, she intends to serve as a vehicle for building connected, creative and effective workplaces.
In our interview, we discuss work as a force for good, how to retain talent in an organization and how to attract new talent. We focus on the workplace as a place of fulfillment and how we can increase our chances of building a culture that helps employees flourish.
Follow Tamilla on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tamillamahkamova/
Check Tamilla's coaching business: nowwhat.global
Instagram account: @nowwhatwithtamilla
Companies with an excellent company culture statement based on Tamilla's notes:
02:20 What does the role of the global transformation change director mean?
04:38 How should we understand the term 'company culture?
10:30 What should companies look to do outside providing remunerations to retain new talent?
13:35 How should we mention our activism or projects outside work?
15:02 How should we retain current talent in the workplace?
20:52 How can we build a culture that helps employees flourish?
29:17 How do you plan your career progression based on your passion?
36:50 How do you incorporate self-knowledge in your coaching practice?
42:-3 Final 5 Fire Questions.