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Happiness at Work

This is the first podcast dedicated to happiness at work. We interview authors, entrepreneurs, coaches, and industry experts to discover what they're doing to foster happiness in the workplace while living passionate and purposeful lives. At Management 3.0 we believe that happiness at work should be the 'norm' and not the exception. If you're looking for the modern day toolkit for managers and leaders who care about happiness at work, then visit www.management30.com.
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Dec 27, 2019

Founder of Management 3.0, Jurgen Appelo is back on this special episode as he delves into his newest initiative, Shiftup. Find out why happiness means closing the gap between your situation and your expectation and how business agility is the starting point for organizational change.

For more, visit www.management30.com.

 

Dec 20, 2019

Back on the show are the hilarious Jennifer Rock and Michael Voss, authors of Operation Clusterpuck, a book about how to overcome the everyday struggles of company culture. Find out why happy hour is essential for worker happiness and why we have to stop taking ourselves so seriously.

For more, visit www.management30.com

 

Dec 13, 2019

Most employees only think about their careers when they’re responding to crisis, said Jakob Heuser, Silicon Valley veteran and owner of Aibex. What does it take to help your employee truly understand their goals? Jakob helps people bridge the gap before they speak to their bosses about how to advance their careers.

For more, visit www.management30.com.

 

Dec 6, 2019

Great influencers attract people first to themselves and then to their ideas. Author, speaker and podcaster, Bob Burg explains what it takes to pull, not push, people to getting on
board with your ideas and why the biggest mistake we make when trying to garner influence, is focusing on what we want, rather than on what the other person wants.

For more, visit www.management30.com.

 

Nov 29, 2019

Generation X'ers should be positioned to be the next leaders, but they often feel blocked and suffer from the "prince Charles" syndrome, wondering 'when is my turn?', said Phyllis Haserot.
Known as the cross-generational voice and author of “You Can’t Google It!,” a book that focuses on multi-generational conversations at work, Phyllis delves into what it takes
to bridge generational gaps at work and stay relevant in your profession.

For more, www.management30.com.

Nov 22, 2019

Technology is the biggest and most influential business in the world, says Anne Currie author and speaker on the ethics of technology and engineering. So it can’t be acceptable to think those companies are more interested in things than in people and than in doing what's right. Find out why 80% of tech developers said they'd do something unethical if asked and why it's so important to create environments where one person doesn't have utter control.

For more happiness, visit www.management30.com.

 

Nov 15, 2019

Millie Blackwell, co-founder and CEO of Showcase Workshop says creating a positive work environment is all about injecting your personality into what you do. Find out how her company uses humor to interact with each other and with clients in order to better connect and what she learned when starting her own company before the age of 30.

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Nov 8, 2019

Meetings must have clarity of purpose, people need to know why they're being held and must be actively engaged. Renowned as the 'meeting mavin', author Elise Keith explains what so many
companies aren't getting right when it comes to meetings and how high performing teams are designing the conversations they have to be more focused and intentional. 

For more information, visit www.management30.com.

 

Nov 1, 2019

Intentionality is the door one has to walk through in order to be a good leader, says author and thought leader Meredith Whipple Callahan. Her latest book, Intentional Life: Reflections from Conscious Living, delves into what it means to be the author of your own
life and explains what it takes to consciously question our choices as well as our actions.

For more visit, www.management30.com.

 

Oct 25, 2019

CEO and Co-Founder of Tasktop and author of the best selling book Project to Product, Mik Kersten explains what it takes for organizations to shift the way they manage software delivery. Find out how to survive and thrive in the age of digital disruption and what it means to work in flow.

For more information, visit www.management30.com.

 

Oct 18, 2019

So many people are living their dream on paper where everything looks like it’s really good, yet internally it feels like something is missing. Author of of the new book, The High Achiever’s Guide: Transform Your Success Mindset and Begin the Quest to Fulfillment, Maki Moussavi challenges successful people to be intentional and proactive about their lives, and never stop asking the question why.

Oct 11, 2019

His clients call him an analytical advisor, Ric Lindberg says he just wants to make the world a better place. Caught between two sides, one of tech and data and other of soft skills,
find out why it's imperative that each side embody the other, especially when we're striving to be interconnected and create strong relationships.

For more, visit www.management30.com.

 

Oct 4, 2019

How can leaders drive change and the perspective of people impacted by change? Management 3.0 facilitator and global lean change agent Sarika Kharbanda says it's all about valuing the perspective of other people and understanding that change is not linear. 

For more, visit www.management30.com.

 

Sep 27, 2019

Wim Thielemans, managing partner at Dynamo talks about the innovative world of job crafting and team crafting. Why do we so often get sucked into "learned helplessness" at work where we need a boss to tell us what to do, when in the rest of our lives we take charge? What would it look like if we could design our jobs and our teams to optimize productivity and overall satisfaction at work?

For more, visit www.management30.com.

 

Sep 20, 2019

After two decades of teaching people about positive engagement & positive psychology, husband and wife team Lee Colan and Julie Davis-Colan say that today everyone wants to feel more connected. Cofounders of The L Group and coauthors of the new book, The Power of Positive Coaching, the power duo talks about why people today want to connect with something larger than themselves, have a
sense of purpose and why good leaders need to be willing to learn.

For more, visit www.management30.com.

 

Sep 13, 2019

The fabulous David Dame is back after his TEDx Talk about what it takes to see the world through a different lens. Born with Cerebral Palsy David has used his every day challenges to learn how to be an effective and agile leader. Find out why we need to be brave enough to be wrong and why deciding to do nothing is not an option when trying to create change.

For more, visit www.management30.com.

 

Sep 6, 2019

Doctor, podcaster and die hard Survivor fan, Zale Mednick explains why he chose a 'conventional' career in medicine as a launching pad to design his life and choose a non-conventional path. What does it take to be a doctor on the hit series Survivor and what can we learn by challenging our pre-existing and often self-limiting beliefs?

For more, visit www.management30.com.

 

Aug 30, 2019

Why are Scrum and Management such a great fit? In this special episode Management 3.0 CEO Ralph van Roosmalen and Kurt Bittner, Vice President of Enterprise Solutions at Scrum.org talk Scrum, Management, Agile and what makes them fuse together so well especially when it comes to understanding the role of management within teams.

For more, visit www.management30.com.

 

Aug 23, 2019

Jill Valdez has spent 18 years helping companies and people better communicate and overcome obstacles that keep people from being all that they are meant to be. Having worked in non-profits and now running her own business, LINK, she explains what it takes to develop engaged employees to improve the bottom line without pandemonium.

For more, visit www.management30.com.

 

Aug 16, 2019

In their new book husband and wife attorney duo, Andrea Kramer and Al Harris talk about how after 25 years there's still a very long way to go to remove bias from the workplace when it comes to gender equality. What can organizations do to get rid of subjective evaluation? How can we evaluate people based on core competencies? They say it starts at the top!

For more, visit www.management30.com

 

Aug 9, 2019

In this special Management 3.0 podcast episode our team gets candid about how we give bonuses. Instead of year-end rewards, we give each other bonus points and reward behavior on a continuous basis.
Why is this system better than the classic reward structure and how do you know your colleagues won't game the system if you use it? Tune in to find out!

Guests: Ralph van Roosmalen, Nadine Kohler, and Tahira Shameem.

For more information, visit www.management30.com.

Aug 2, 2019

Ask non-judgmental clarifying questions, be curious and enter the conversation prepared to be surprised, said Judy Rees. Facilitator and author of Clean Language: Revealing Metaphors and Opening Minds, Juey says we're too reluctant to ask clarifying quesitons, which in turn leads to miscommunication. What happens when people are miscommunicating? They're assuming that those around them know what they mean by their words, when very often they don't.

For more, visit www.management30.com.

 

Jul 26, 2019

People should only focus on what they're good at, says Yann Toutant. CEO of Econocom NL and professional speaker focused on employee wellbeing and remote work, Yann says managers need to learn to lose control in order to get the most out of their teams. You have to lose control and trust that the outcome will be what you want.

Jul 19, 2019

How did Tristan White's Start-Up become Australia’s best place to work? By building trust and thoughtful personal and professional relationships and by leaning in to his employees. Author of Culture is Everything, Tristan says to be happy takes work.

For more, visit www.management30.com.

 

Jul 12, 2019

In this special episode with one of our Management 3.0 facilitators, find out why Edgar Rodehack says we're too hard on ourselves and why working individually isn't natural. What we all really want is to work together as a team.

For more, visit www.management30.com.

 

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