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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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Oct 27, 2022

If the past few years have shown us anything, it’s that technology and work are now inextricably linked. Forever. And while digital innovations can make our lives easier, they can also create new barriers and complications, frustrating or even discriminating against workers throughout their careers.

Today we sit down with Bernadette Fellner, Business Innovation Lead for PwC Austria and an information technology expert who is attempting to “use tech for good,” and make sure that digital transformation efforts never lose track of the people they are trying to serve.

Bernadette is a widely recognized leader and speaker with a background in innovation, culture design, foresight thinking, digital solution-building and agile ways of working. She works with clients at the heart of digital transformations, and is a university guest lecturer on the topic of digital business models. Learn more about her here

**Have you ever pondered about the following questions?**

  • How do we give people and their happiness the attention they deserve in our organizations and transformations?
  • How do we enable change for people and not push change on people?
  • How do we create the culture and environment we need for people to express themselves?
  • How do we move forward and not get stuck in bureaucratic change management?

Of course you have! That’s why you listen to our podcast. But while podcasts are a one-way street, our Forward Summits are all about interecations.

So why don’t you come and join the conversation, at our upcoming summit: HAPPINESS AS THE ‘WHY’ IN AGILE TRANSFORMATION, held in Berlin, Germany and online from 30 November – 2 December 2022.

Hear from our kick-ass keynote speakers Sunny Grosso; Svenja Hofert; Debra Corey; and Fransisco Mahfuz. Take part in our practice sessions, case study sessions, open sessions and global networking, both in Berlin and online!

Go to fwd-summit.com from more information and tickets. And as a podcast listener, use the code FORWARDPOD at checkout to let us know you are a friend of the pod and receive some special Martie the Management Monster goodies.

For more happiness, visit https://management30.com/

 

Oct 20, 2022

One of the surest ways to find both success and happiness in the workplace is to play to your strengths. Figure out what you’re good at, and find a role that allows you to apply those skills in a meaningful way. Of course, this sounds easier than it is.

Most people might think the difficult part of that equation is the whole “find a job” thing, but the truth is that most of us go through our entire careers without ever really understanding what we’re good at – what we do that sets us apart from everyone else.

Today we speak with Brandon Miller, one of the first Certified GALLUP Clifton Strengths Finder Coaches in the world, and CEO of 34 Strong, a coaching and consulting firm dedicated to improving employee engagement. He is also Co-Founder of Incredible Family - an agency that helps working parents adopt a strengths-based approach to parenting - and has coauthored multiple books with his wife, Analyn.

Brandon discusses how, for nearly 20 years, he has helped employees and business leaders identify their strengths and cultivate happier, more engaging, and more productive careers.

**Have you ever pondered about the following questions?**

  • How do we give people and their happiness the attention they deserve in our organizations and transformations?
  • How do we enable change for people and not push change on people?
  • How do we create the culture and environment we need for people to express themselves?
  • How do we move forward and not get stuck in bureaucratic change management?

Of course you have! That’s why you listen to our podcast. But while podcasts are a one-way street, our Forward Summits are all about interecations.

So why don’t you come and join the conversation, at our upcoming summit: HAPPINESS AS THE ‘WHY’ IN AGILE TRANSFORMATION, held in Berlin, Germany and online from 30 November – 2 December 2022.

Hear from our kick-ass keynote speakers Sunny Grosso; Svenja Hofert; Debra Corey; and Fransisco Mahfuz. Take part in our practice sessions, case study sessions, open sessions and global networking, both in Berlin and online!

Go to fwd-summit.com from more information and tickets. And as a podcast listener, use the code FORWARDPOD at checkout to let us know you are a friend of the pod and receive some special Martie the Management Monster goodies.

For more happiness, visit https://management30.com/

Oct 5, 2022

Most of us spend our careers trying to find happiness at work. Sometimes, if we’re lucky, we find it. And, if we’re really lucky, we can spend part of our careers helping others – our employees, coworkers, or even strangers – find that same happiness in their own lives.

Today we sit down with Tia Graham, an international keynote speaker, best-selling author, leadership trainer and "Certified Chief Happiness Officer" with multiple certifications in neuroscience, positive psychology, coaching, and employee retention. Her bestselling book “Be a Happy Leader” offers an eight-step methodology for driving productivity and growth through a culture of happiness.

We discuss her work, her career, and the kinds of things you learn when you dedicate your professional life to being happy at work.

**Have you ever pondered about the following questions?**

  • How do we give people and their happiness the attention they deserve in our organizations and transformations?
  • How do we enable change for people and not push change on people?
  • How do we create the culture and environment we need for people to express themselves?
  • How do we move forward and not get stuck in bureaucratic change management?

Of course you have! That’s why you listen to our podcast. But while podcasts are a one-way street, our Forward Summits are all about interecations. 

So why don’t you come and join the conversation, at our upcoming summit: HAPPINESS AS THE ‘WHY’ IN AGILE TRANSFORMATION, held in Berlin, Germany and online from 30 November – 2 December 2022.

Hear from our kick-ass keynote speakers Sunny Grosso; Svenja Hofert; Debra Corey; and Fransisco Mahfuz. Take part in our practice sessions, case study sessions, open sessions and global networking, both in Berlin and online! 

Go to fwd-summit.com from more information and tickets. And as a podcast listener, use the code FORWARDPOD at checkout to let us know you are a friend of the pod and receive some special Martie the Management Monster goodies.  

For more happiness, visit https://management30.com/

Oct 4, 2022

We’ve been speaking about Happiness at Work for a while now. And one theme that continues to pop up, episode after episode, is employee engagement. Team members who feel like they have a voice – who feel valued and recognized – are more likely to be satisfied with their work, and are more likely to stay on.

Today we’re speaking with a guest who literally wrote the book on employee engagement and recognition. Four books, in fact. 

Award-winning HR leader, bestselling author, and Chief 'Pay It Forward' Officer Debra Corey joins host Elisa Tuijnder to discuss her work, her career, and her recommendations for employers hoping to create happier, more engaging workplaces and serve the ever-changing needs of a 21st century workeforce.

Have you ever pondered about the following questions?

  • How do we give people and their happiness the attention they deserve in our organizations and transformations?
  • How do we enable change for people and not push change on people?
  • How do we create the culture and environment we need for people to express themselves?
  • How do we move forward and not get stuck in bureaucratic change management?

Of course you have! That’s why you listen to our podcast. But while podcasts are a one-way street, our Forward Summits are all about interecations.

So why don’t you come and join the conversation, at our upcoming summit: HAPPINESS AS THE ‘WHY’ IN AGILE TRANSFORMATION, held in Berlin, Germany and online from 30 November – 2 December 2022.

Hear from our kick-ass keynote speakers Sunny Grosso; Svenja Hofert; Debra Corey; and Fransisco Mahfuz. Take part in our practice sessions, case study sessions, open sessions and global networking, both in Berlin and online!

Go to fwd-summit.com from more information and tickets. And as a podcast listener, use the code FORWARDPOD at checkout to let us know you are a friend of the pod and receive some special Martie the Management Monster goodies.

For more happiness, visit https://management30.com/

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