“Work is a relationship, not a contract.” Do you agree? This week on #WorkTrends, we’re talking about helping employees reach their full potential — by rethinking our basic work structures. Jason Lauritsen tells us about his new book, “Unlocking High Performance,” and Dr. Pamela Howze shares new apprenticeship programs designed to drive success for the next generation.
On this episode of #WorkTrends, we’re talking about leadership with author Bill Treasurer. We’ll discuss his new book, “The Leadership Killer,” and map out ways every leader can be more humble and effective. We also hear from breatheHR CEO Jonathan Richards about the pledge you can take to build a better company culture.
On this episode of #WorkTrends, we’re thinking through a very common challenge these days: successfully managing the modern workforce. How do you stay connected with your team and give people the tools they need to be successful? We hear from Sean Jackson, a former Marine who’s on a mission to make work better. And we talk to author Kyle Nel about how he led massive behavioral change at Lowe’s.
The way we work is leading to stressed-out employees, unfulfilled leaders and unhappy teams. There has to be a better way. Author Heather Hanson Wickman agrees. On this episode of #WorkTrends, she tells us why she wrote her new book, “The Evolved Executive: The Future of Work Is Love in Action.” We also hear from one leader who is completely rethinking the way we work.