Podcasts

Work Minus Feedback Drama with Joe Hirsch

Why is giving and getting feedback often the most feared part of work? Joe Hirsch tells us what is happening underneath it all.

Work Minus Repetitive Tasks with Spiros Margaris

The episode where we get to the end and change our minds about the whole show…all because of boredom.

Work Minus Quitting with Natalie Siston

Have you ever known someone who quit a job, but not left it? Natalie Siston tells us how to pull back others from the “unfired” life.

Work Minus Too Much Efficiency with Beth Comstock – The dangers of too much efficiency

Leave the efficiency to the robots. Humans were meant to keep their eyes up, notice things, and find new patterns.

Work Minus Email with Krish Ashok – The big problem of email in the workplace

Have we finally grown up enough digitally to break the email habit? Krish Ashok shows us why we’ve got to change.

Work Minus Communicating Without Influence with Stacey Hanke – How to Improve Communication at Work

Do people listen to you because you have a great title, or because you are influential? Stacey Hanke has some solid tips on being a better communicator.

Work Minus Ignoring Employee Well Being with Mark Crowley – Why employee engagement starts with the heart

When someone from the financial services industry says we need to be more compassionate to others, you should listen up. Mark Crowley on leading from the heart.

Work Minus Ego with Nicole Jansen – Management tips that get to the core of a person

When you get frustrated and critical of others at work, you know ego is involved. Nicole Jansen has ideas for how to care for a basic needs of your team.

Work Minus Overreacting to Business Metrics with Mark Graban – Distinguishing signal vs. noise

Mark Graban thinks you are probably talking about the wrong things when it comes to business metrics. Stop arguing about noise and start seeing the truth.

Work Minus Routine with Gerd Leonhard – We’re just at the place where we can cook a good meal

Leaps in technology have been slow, but are suddenly picking up pace. How much farther until we can’t keep up? Gerd Leonhard on exponential change.