Podcasts

Work Minus Waiting for It with Dia Bondi – Getting what you want out of your career

Dia Bondi was a great communications coach, until she went to auctioneering school. Then she became amazing.

Work Minus Roadblocks with Nick Schoenhoff – Overcoming obstacles at work

We all hit roadblocks in our life. How do you know when to push on and when to find a different route? After coming back from a snowboarding accident, Nick Schoenhoff has experience in both.

Work Minus Ignorance with Tasha Eurich – Building self-awareness at work

What do you do when everyone knows you have a problem, except you? Tasha Eurich says that building self-awareness is foundational to all other success.

Work Minus Hopelessness with Dr Elmore D. Lowery – Bringing hope through hiring

Dr. Elmore Lowry’s mother invested her last $3,000 she had into his college education. And then he got kicked out. Here’s a story of hope.

Work Minus Bystanders with Kelly Charles-Collins – Taking action against injustice at work

It’s not that we can’t see injustices; it’s that we are assuming that someone else will do something about it. Don’t be a bystander.

Work Minus Misery with Paul Miller – The future of the digital workplace

Listen to what the future holds for the digital workplace from the man who helped coin the term.

Work Minus Us vs. Them with Kristina G Smith – Having better conversations at work

Conversations at work may seem like a byproduct of the culture, but Kristina Smith says they are the start of it.

Work Minus Scarcity with Robbie Samuels – How to Build Great Relationships at Work

When you’ve got something in abundance, it’s easy to share. Robbie Samuels is filthy rich in relationships and has some advice for you.

Work Minus Jobs With Calum Chace – Does the future of work mean no more jobs?​​

We are quickly approaching a point of no return with technology and jobs. Do we have a plan, or are we just going to wing it?

Work Minus All the crap that kills motivation with Pim de Morree

Pim de Morree is on a mission to find real motivation at work–not the stuff on posters, and not life in Silicon Valley