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Workplace advice

14 episodes

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How to say “no” to dead end work that don’t advance career. Good listen for everyone whether they manage up or down.

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This is a terrific episode on workism and burnout. Is workism caused by capitalism or driven by the individual or both? What's the solution to workism? Is productivity also workism? Is "finding your p...Show More

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I loved hearing Tracy Chou tell her story so intimately. I've always admired her work on gender diversity in tech. Surprising, this was probably the first time I've heard her speak at length about it....Show More

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Biggest takeaway: Don't judge the quality of the decision based on the outcome, but the frame and process of how you made the decision. Steps of good decision making: 1. What is the frame? Get the fr...Show More

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Highly recommended episode for people who want to improve their decision-making skills & leadership in your workplace: Takeaways: - We often limit our options for decisions in binaries (i.e. to build...Show More

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- Critical thinking is about being able to step back and think about your thinking. It's something you can practice and you can learn. - Opposite of critical thinking is selective thinking, which is a...Show More

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This was a fascinating episode about workers codetermination with management in the boardroom vs the need for dynamism because labour priorities might be in conflict with a company’s strategic priorit...Show More

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Priya 👏 Parker 👏 She talks about her new book on intentional gatherings. Gatherings right now are focused on things like table settings over people (cue IG images on gatherings). She talks about how...Show More

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This was a fascinating episode about specialist and generalists. When are specialists successful vs generalists? It depends on whether it's an wicked/open problem (i.e. starting a business) or a close...Show More

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This interview with Karen Wickre, past Google and Twitter exec, on networking is so good! So many great tips on how to be a great networker from someone past Recode's Walt Mossberg calls "The best-con...Show More