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What Is The History Of Your Organization?

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What Happened To Experience At Work?

While visiting the famous Louvre Museum in Paris recently, it struck me that we spend a lot of time, money, resources, and attention on creating personal experiences. These experiences give us memories and make us feel good. So why don’t we do the same for work? We should care about work experiences just as much as personal experiences yet that is sorely lacking today. If we want to attract and retain top talent in our organizations, we must create an experience that makes employees WANT to show up to work. Why do you think experience is absent at work? How can we get it back? […]

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Three Ways The World Of Learning Is Changing

Since I’ve just finished a keynote in Paris for CrossKnowledge with over 900 professionals in the learning space, I thought it would be fitting to share three ways that the world of learning is changing. So take it in while you enjoy the lovely view of the Notre Dame Cathedral in the background! With all of the technological advances we are experiencing, learning no longer needs to be done 100% in person. […]

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Why Work Is Less About The Space You Go To And More About The Way You Think

In the past, we thought of work as being in an office… a place that we commute to daily. Now with the prevalence of WiFi people can work from any place, at any time. This means that work is much less about a place to go and more about a work mode. It’s about switching your mind into the action of working from wherever you may be. Today, I’m working while filming this video at the beautiful Luxembourg Garden in Paris. You may choose to work in an office, a coffee shop, a Breather unit, or from a garden a thousand miles away from your home! Work is a state of mind, not a place. […]

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Why HR And IT Need To Get Married

I’m back with another Future in Five, this time from London where I’m keynoting an event for Gartner. Recently, I’ve noticed a huge disconnect between HR and IT teams which is causing a big mess within organizations. These teams are operating as separate, independent units when they need to say “I do” and get married! Why? We all know that HR deals with people, IT with tech. Since tech serves people in the workplace, the two are intertwined and it is time to start treating things that way. HR practitioners should be working closer with CIOs and IT teams to determine what technologies make the most sense in their organization. CIOs and IT teams need to begin looking beyond the features of technology to the needs of employees that will be using the technology. […]

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The Top Three Tips For Understanding The Workforce Of The Future

I’m coming to you from Washington, D.C. in this episode of The Future in Five with a special guest – Ron Painter. Ron is the President and CEO of the National Association of Workforce Boards (NAWB). We explore the top three tips that Ron gives for understanding the workforce of the future. The tips involve community, networking and communication, and empathy and sympathy. According to Ron, you should focus on your community resources and support, the rhythm of your community, and the values and visions of it. […]

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What Are The Side Effects Of Working At Your Company?

In this episode of the Future in Five, I discuss the correlation between your job and the side effects it can cause. We have all heard that prescription drugs cause side effects such as hair loss, skin discoloration, weight loss, and sometimes death! When you see those commercials on television, don’t you wonder who would ever want to take that drug? What if we applied that method of thinking to our organization? Some companies may cause stress, anxiety, depression, weight fluctuation, and more! Others could result in positive side effects like a sense of purpose and self direction, improved personal life, and career development […]

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What Does The City Of The Future Look Like?

Today on the Future in Five, I’m joined by a very special guest, Miguel Gamiño. Miguel is CIO of the city and county of San Francisco. He is giving us his take on the city of the future… and who better to hear from than the CIO of the coolest city in the world?! We discuss how the city of the future will be hyperconnected, with wireless internet access everywhere you go. Which leads to another quality of the city of the future – digital savviness. Cities must begin to meet the customer in the modern time. We now use apps for rides, hotels, banking, and everything in between. So why doesn’t government swap out the forms that it is so well known for with apps? The city of the future will also be data driven to enable services to be more responsive, effective, and efficient. […]

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When Is A Good Time To Quit Your Full Time Job?

Today, we are discussing the decision making process for quitting your full time job. If you’re struggling with your current job but aren’t sure if it is time to hit the road, start with asking yourself this question… Are the needs that I consider important being met? Some of those needs that I feel are important are a sense of purpose, sense of fairness, and sense of worth. If I don’t feel excited and appreciated at my full time job, I know it is time to reevaluate my position. Everyone’s criteria will be different so set yours and stick with it. […]

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Should You Treat Your Employees And Freelancers Differently?

In this episode of The Future in Five, I explore whether all team members should be treated equally or if it should depend on their employment status. While it is important to discern the difference between employees and freelancers for certain reasons such as data, all should be treated as key members of your team… no matter how infrequent or little their work. Do your employees and freelancers all have access to the same benefits and information?[…]

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