What if instead of designing for the process of work, offices are designed to create positive experiences? Jeremy Myerson, co-author of Unworking and director at WORKTECH Academy, encourages us to rethink long-held assumptions about the workplace and derive some inspiration from the likes of Walt Disney.
The founder of The Valuable 500, Caroline Casey, also happens to be legally blind. Learn how she started an inclusion revolution in the workplace, why she says hiding her true self was so limiting and her insights into how to create more inclusive workplaces even when everyone’s needs are so different.
Laszlo Bock, former head of Google People Operations, author and co-founder of Humu, gives us the inside track on his company’s latest hybrid work research. Plus, he shares tips on how to go from insight to action — improving the relationships between leaders and employees one nudge at a time.
When the pandemic sent everyone home, many teachers and students struggled. According to Anya Kamenetz, education journalist and author, one of the biggest reasons is because learning is a social event. This episode, we’re focused on the work happening in our classrooms including how online and hybrid learning are impacting kids and teachers.
Why is Gen Z so different? How can we work better together? What does Gen Z really want in the workplace? Dr. Jean Twenge, author and psychology professor, has spent her entire academic career studying the generations. She helps us understand the power and possibility of the youngest generation at work which is on the cusp of making up nearly 30% of the workforce.