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You spend a quarter of your life at work. You should enjoy it! Organizational psychologist Adam Grant takes you inside the minds of some of the world’s most unusual professionals to discover the keys to a better work life. From learning how to love your rivals to harnessing the power of frustration, one thing’s for sure: You’ll never see your job the same way again.
 
New to working from home? Managing a distributed team? Home-schooling your kids while trying to get something — anything — done? You’ve come to the right place. Join newbies and experts as we explore the tools, tips and techniques that will help you make the most of this new way of working. Welcome home.
 
Life is changing faster than ever before. Join Kashif and Sam to talk all things life and work and how to thrive in our connected world.The last few decades altered the way we live. The future of our work and lives is more uncertain than it has ever been. In this bi weekly podcast, we, Sam and Kashif from the global workforce solutions company ManpowerGroup, discuss contemporary worklife topics. We share our thoughts with you and drive dialogues to help you stay on track and maintain a more ...
 
Denne podcast er til for dig, der gerne vil inspireres til et arbejdsliv med mere mening, autenticitet, styrke, balance, glæde og nærvær. Værtinde, Nanna Agerlin, interviewer gæster. Hun arbejder selv med talenter, karriererådgivning og lederudvikling og har beskæftiget sig med personlig udvikling i over 25 år.
 
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Whether it's over a project, politics, or pizza toppings, conflict with colleagues is inevitable. The goal is not to eliminate it; it’s to handle it better. There’s a whole science of managing individual and team conflicts, and it suggests that we don’t have to agree to disagree. We need to start by understanding what our clashes are actually about…
 
Kate's links: Development Corps Kate on Linkedin Kate on Instagram Stuff we talk about: Brene Brown's TED Talk on vulnerability Seth Godin's Akimbo podcast where he discusses "dancing with the fear" (it's in the Q&A segment starting at 21:28) You can follow or subscribe through your favorite podcatcher app — Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Overcas…
 
In our daily routine, time runs so fast we often forget to connect with the beauty in our world. For many the nature of our work requires us to focus on hard cold numbers and matrices to extent where were forget to observe the beauty of this world. So to discuss how art, beauty and creativity impact our lives we have with us Ms. Leena Esa the forme…
 
For most companies, the pandemic has had far-reaching consequences. Established business models and proof-read plans became irrelevant, while growth reached an abrupt halt.In this volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous (or VUCA) world, businesses are now seeking to make sense of newer priorities and economic patterns. A recent study of 100 CEO…
 
India is facing an alarming surge in coronavirus cases, a dangerous second wave that’s threatening to again derail both lives and livelihoods. Hard lockdowns last year battered its economy, and fresh restrictions and regional lockdowns to contain the surge are making many wonder what an economic recovery is going to look like.Many millions have los…
 
Everyone’s career will hit some turbulence at some point. The past year has left us all reacting to dramatic change. Instead of pushing harder against the headwinds, we’re sometimes better off tilting our rudder and charting a new course. In this episode, hear from people who have taken unusual steps to battle uncertainty, rethought their approach …
 
Unpaid domestic work in India is nearly 40% of the country’s GDP, according to recent estimates. India’s homemakers, like many in different parts of the world, clean, cook and care for their families, accounting for nearly 300 minutes a day. Globally too, women still do the lion’s share of housework.Should this work – largely seen as thankless hous…
 
In life and work, we have a hard time changing course. When we wind up in a miserable job, a failing project, or a floundering romantic relationship, we rationalize, make excuses, and stick with our bad decisions—even when the writing's on the wall. Why? Usually we assume the driving force is sunk costs: we don't want to admit we've wasted that tim…
 
An estimated 500 million Covid-19 vaccinations have been administered so far globally. In India, that figure has crossed the 50-million mark.But while the country is seeing a new wave of coronavirus cases, many aren't willing to get a vaccine shot. Recent estimates suggest that only about 50% of people eligible to get a jab are actually stepping fo…
 
All of us keep learning new things all the time. It could be learning to speak in public, a technical skill, a new language, finding a square root, or playing the guitar - our minds continuously evolve with new information.But is there a way to train the brain to learn things faster, and reduce the effects of stress that come with modern lifestyles…
 
Daniel Kahneman is a Nobel Prize winner who transformed our understanding of the biases that cloud our thinking. In this conversation, he and Adam explore when to trust our intuition and when to second-guess it. Danny explains how he finds joy in being wrong, spells out steps to smarter interviewing, and reveals how he—the master decoder of decisio…
 
Over 40 million people are recorded as unemployed in India. To add to that, the coronavirus pandemic continues to devastate the jobs sector worldwide. Once you lose your job, finding another in these uncertain times is not easy. The statistics are staggering - but there's also a human story behind each number.So what are the stories of some of the …
 
When Adam Grant and Malcolm Gladwell sit down to challenge each other, everything is fair game. Sit ringside for this collegial cage match in which two preeminent writers rethink each other's ideas in an insatiable quest to get closer to the truth. Is intelligence undersold or oversold? Does individual blaming and shaming obscure the pursuit of rea…
 
Abusive comments and insults have become far too common on the internet. Social media platforms in particular are a hotbed of trolls - people taking pleasure in sending sexist, malicious comments. Recent figures estimate that more than 40% of women Internet users in India fear being bullied or trolled online.Should one engage with trolls by debatin…
 
Have you ever felt your work colleagues sometimes act like animals? In this conversation, Jane and Adam take that idea literally, exploring what Jane's expertise on chimp behavior can teach us about how humans relate and organize. With grace and wisdom, Jane shares primal insights on how we acquire and keep power, the difference between being a lea…
 
India generates over 270 million tonnes of waste every year - 80 percent of what South Asia produces - and nearly 77 percent of this waste ends up in open landfill sites, a clear sign that the country is running on a take-make-waste economy.So, how can we do our bit to save the planet? How can we give the things we buy a new life rather than dumpin…
 
We usually wear our thickest armor at work, and Brené Brown has blazed the trail of teaching us why—and how to shed it. In this conversation, Adam and Brené unpack the power of showing vulnerability at work—and explore how much is too much. Learn when and where to set boundaries, find out how to get more comfortable with being uncomfortable, and he…
 
In this episode we are discussing the merits of becoming a specialist. Why to become one and in what ways it may be better than being a generalist. We are joined by Elinor Moshe. An ambitious thought leader in the construction industry. A Coach, a writer, a podcaster and an inspiring visionary from Australia. Life is changing faster than ever befor…
 
Many top sports events, disrupted by Covid, are finally back. And so is the BBC’s Indian sportswoman of the year award. Public voting is now underway to pick a winner from the five nominees: shooter Manu Baker, sprinter Dutee Chand, chess player Koneru Humpy, wrestler Vinesh Phogat and hockey player Rani. (You can read more about them on the BBC In…
 
Interfaith relationships in India have always faced the heat. Love remains difficult and at times dangerous across large sections of Indian society, which runs on patriarchy, caste, and religion.New anti-conversion laws implemented by some states now make interfaith marriages even more difficult. Their apparent target is the so-called 'love jihad',…
 
Mike's links: Microfame Media Author site The Hype Book Club Linkedin profile The Hype Handbook (on Amazon) Stuff we talk about: Jim Jones Basecamp Jason Fried's TED Talk Scientology The Grand Guignol The Grateful Dead — "Ripple" Andrew Loog Oldham The Rolling Stones — Interview 1965 Andy Warhol interview You can subscribe on your favorite podcatch…
 
JJ Abrams joins as the interviewer for an exclusive first look at Adam's forthcoming book: “Think Again: The Power of Knowing What You Don’t Know.” Together, they illuminate strategies for maintaining humility, curiosity, and mental flexibility in a world that rewards confidence, conviction, and foolish consistency. Plus, JJ shares some of his favo…
 
India ranks fourth highest in the world when it comes to unicorns - privately-owned startups with valuations of over $1bn. But despite being a global startup hub, only a handful reach unicorn status and nearly 90% new ventures fail within the first five years of their inception.So, what is the secret to building a billion-dollar business? What shou…
 
This isn't my standard interview-style podcast. Instead, it's an affectionate account of the 83-year-old David Hockney, whom writer Barbara Isenberg interviewed in late 2020. Barbara graciously gave me permission to share the story with you. Neither age nor the pandemic have slowed Hockney down. The master uses current technology alongside more tra…
 
When signing up on a social media platform or installing an app, do you take even a couple of minutes to think what information is being asked for? Do you feel comfortable sharing your location, contacts and photos, or agreeing to the terms & conditions? How much of your personal information do you give away with that single click, and do you know …
 
You have probably heard a lot about the mismatch between academic achievements and the requirements of the market. Companies as a matter of fact are finding it harder and harder to find the right talent despite record breaking numbers of graduates. Howie Chang decided to take matters into his own hands to bridge the gap and founded Forward School i…
 
For many people, spending time at home, indulging in a hobby helps to escape the stresses of a global health crisis - and what better way than books?A recent study says people across the world read more during the lockdown - but despite this, the publishing industry and bookstores struggled. Many had to put their shutters down.So, is 2021 going to …
 
Covid-19 has changed the way many people look at fitness. Shredding pounds has given way to immunity building, and physical fitness has expanded to include mental wellbeing. With gyms closed during the lockdowns, virtual exercises and home workouts have gained immense popularity, and an explosion in fitness tech has replaced the gym’s personal trai…
 
Are there lessons in the pandemic upheaval about the evolving nature of work? In the new world, there is a new economic possibility - making money out of small, passion-fuelled endeavours, rather than the conventional 9-to-5 routines of the pre-pandemic world. This rise of the “passion economy” is towards more niche, fluid pathways, in contrast to …
 
John's links: Dayback.com Seedcode.com On LinkedIn Stuff we talk about: Claris Filemaker Basecamp David Allen's Getting Things Done OmniGroup Microsoft Project The Pomodoro Technique The Basecamp (37signals) Manifesto Ride the Wild Surf Grant Rohloff Bruce Brown Miki Dora HelpScout FogBugz Trello Zendesk You can subscribe on your favorite podcatche…
 
Social media influencers are getting younger and younger, and the alpha generation - those born entirely in the 21st century - is becoming the newest power broker in this space.While kid influencers remain a relatively new concept to India, their growth has spiked in recent years. They play pranks, review toys, and break down gadgets on their onlin…
 
Many people dream of a trip to Switzerland’s fairytale-like snowy peaks, or the pristine waters of Hawaii. But plans for these and other holidays in 2020 were brought to an abrupt halt by the coronavirus pandemic. With international and domestic travel replete with restrictions, there is no immediate relief in sight.But the holiday season is nearly…
 
Farmers in India are protesting amid a standoff with the government over new farm laws. Tens of thousands of farmers have laid siege to the capital Delhi, choking entry points, even as the coronavirus pandemic rages in the country. They are demanding that the government scrap the new laws, which they say, are against their interests.The government …
 
Zach's links: zachrosenbergconsulting.com On LinkedIn On Twitter: @ZachRosenberg zach@zachrosenbergconsulting.com Articles by Zach, including... "Has The Virtual Office Finally Come of Age?" Metatron Media Partners Stuff we talk about: Chiat/Day The Binoculars Building The iconic Memorex TV commercialsl BBC: Reporter broadcasting from home Cat 5 Et…
 
If you have ever asked yourself about how technology has impacted you, this episode discusses exactly that. We are joined by Matt Burback who has over 30 years of experience in the IT field and our chat revolved around the recent developments in tech as well as the outlook and how new innovations might impact us tomorrow. Life is changing faster th…
 
Bollywood dominates the music business in India. There is a lot of colour, drama, big sets and complex choreography. But a growing number of independent music artistes are now marking their own place, and providing a welcome alternative to the high-end, dress-to-impress film scores.But can they make money and achieve success? And how can they chall…
 
With more than 55 million cases and a million deaths worldwide, many hopes are pinned on a vaccine to end the coronavirus pandemic. There is now optimism that more than one vaccine will be available soon.Not surprisingly, India is gearing up to roll out a massive vaccination drive to protect its billion plus people. It’s already an immunization pow…
 
Since the beginning of this year, Covid-19 has upended everyone’s lives. While lockdowns brought the whole world to a stop, hundreds of millions of people abruptly moved to working remotely, while many people lost their jobs.But as companies and employees begin to consider their best ways forward, what are the greatest unknowns we face? How will we…
 
Diwali, the festival of lights, is an important time for retailers in India to do brisk business. As the pandemic year drags on, the country has been grappling with Covid-19 cases while enduring one of the longest and strictest lockdowns, so brands are now placing their bets on Diwali.The five-day festival is considered an auspicious time to make p…
 
In this episode we are joined by Yong Lin Teh. He is the Co-Founder of Kravve which is a social commerce platform that helps moms and pops food creators to digitalise listing, marketing, sales, and delivery, so they can focus on making their products and telling their stories. We explore his journey and discuss what it takes to start a business tod…
 
As the world’s biggest Twenty20 cricket tournament being held in a pandemic year draws to a close, a lot has changed in the way the game is played, viewed and celebrated. The tournament, known for its carnival Bollywood atmosphere, has been a quiet affair without raucous fans filling the stadiums. But there has been plenty for the viewers to look f…
 
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