For years, I’ve been interviewing leaders and experts on my podcast, The Future of Work with Jacob Morgan.
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My guest today is Katy Milkman. Katy Milkman is a professor at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, host of Charles Schwab’s popular behavioral economics podcast Choiceology, and president of the Society for Judgment and Decision Making.
Mike Etttling is the CEO of Unit4, a software company that designs and delivers enterprise software and ERP applications including finance management, accounting, talent management, and student management modules. The company has around 2,700 employees in 26 countries around the world.
Erica Dhawan is an entrepreneur, keynote speaker, and the best-selling author of a very timely book called Digital Body Language: How to Build Trust and Connection, No Matter the Distance. She is best known as the leading authority on 21st-century collaboration and teamwork in a digital-first workplace.
Why Some Companies Fail With Technology, The Future Of Collaboration, & The Changing Nature of Talent
Nathan Rawlins is the Chief Marketing Officer of Lucid, a software company with around 1000 employees that designs online visual collaboration applications.
Bob Chapman is the CEO of Barry-Wehmiller, a global supplier of manufacturing technology and services with over 12,000 employees.
I recently shared an image on LinkedIn on the evolution of the employee, and it went bonkers; like it went completely viral.
As 2021 ends, I wanted to look back at some of the best leadership advice we heard from our guests over the last year and a half. I interview around 50 guests every year, and I’ve had the privilege of speaking with many great leaders around the world; these are some of my favorite conversations.
Celeste Headlee is an award-winning journalist, bestselling author, and speaker. Her TEDx talk has over 26 million views. Her books include Do Nothing: How to Break Away From Overworking, Overdoing, and Underliving and Speaking of Race: Why Everyone Needs to Talk About Race–And How To Do It.
The Father Of Emotional Intelligence On How To Manage Your Emotions At Work & Why EQ Is More Valuable Than IQ
Emotional Intelligence was named one of the 25 Most Influential Business Management Books by Time Magazine and Daniel Goleman has been listed among the most influential business thinkers by The Financial Times and the Wall Street Journal. What is emotional intelligence? Daniel says it is a competence, a workplace ability, that makes you stand out from others and there’s a set of around a dozen competencies within the domain of emotional intelligence including empathy, adaptability, being able to stay positive, being able to inspire others, and keeping your eye on a goal without getting distracted.