We’re all trying to influence how people behave, according to Dr. Marcus Collins, whether it’s what people buy, how they interact or how they work. Marcus calls culture the biggest cheat code ever to influence human behavior. Hear how his work with cultural influencers like Beyonce and Apple will help you harness the power of culture within your organization.
Despite what you may be hearing, people need more spaces to do individual, focus work in the office.
Major shifts in work norms have created new needs that require a fundamentally new work experience.
Why tech icon IBM is leaning into intentionality + flexibility in the workplace, and why the “smartest company in the room” is slashing its requirements for college.
New Steelcase research reveals current hybrid work patterns and a glimpse into where things are going.
How are relationships at work changing in the hybrid era? Robin Dunbar, one of the world’s leading experts on friendship, studies the science behind our relationships. Find out what he says about how much time we need to spend together to build meaningful relationships at work.
A pension is a thing of the past for many people. But future-of-work strategist and author, Heather McGowan, makes a strong case for learning as the new pension. Hear why. Plus, what she says are the five elements that make up the “Great Reset” at work.
Who doesn’t want to be happier at work? Jenn Lim says she knows the formula for creating happier workplaces. The author of Beyond Happiness, Jenn is also CEO of Delivering Happiness, a company she founded with Tony Hsieh, Zappos’ late CEO. She says her “Greenhouse Model” for the workplace leads to growth, purpose and business success.
The adoption of hybrid work has changed a lot of things – not just where and when you work, but also our relationships at work. How we build, nurture and sustain them. Amy Gallo, Harvard Business Review contributing editor and author, joins us with tips on how to rebuild our relationships at work – even the most difficult ones. Plus, hear ideas about how our workplaces can help us connect. (Read transcript) (Find in Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you listen)
Designers from the Steelcase seating studio design chairs themselves, in-house, building on years of experimentation and studies of how the human body responds to design iterations.
Amy Gallo, HBR contributing editor and podcast host discusses conflict, communication and the benefit of feeling uncomfortable