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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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May 15, 2020

People beg to work for you when they know their purpose and they feel the work they’re doing is aligned and fulfilling, said Angela Lauria, founder of The Author Incubator and author of numerous books including Wall Street journal best seller: Make ‘Em Beg to work for you. Find out why Angela's company only hires people who know their purpose and why the best way to attract the right people is through a clear and controversial mission statement.

For more happiness, visit www.management30.com

May 8, 2020

Half of the population has a fixed mindset, the other half has a growth mindset, says Ryan Gotttfredson, author of, Successful Mindsets and mental success. From an early age Ryan didn't realize that he was sometimes coming from a negative way of thinking. Find out what it took to change his outlook and why so many of us get stuck in negative desires. What does it take to shift from a prevention and fixed mindset, to one of success? It's all about engaging in regular awakening practices.

For more happiness, visit www.management30.com.

 

May 1, 2020

Back for another riveting episode, Arie van Bennekum, expert on agile transformation and co-author of The Agile Manifesto, helps us navigate the age of corona by highlighting the
importance of adopting the agile principles, now more than ever. The world is changing, which means we have to adapt. Find out how to use digital highway to stay close to your people and why
it's particularly important right now to keep teams together and making sure they feel supported.

For more, visit www.management30.com

Apr 24, 2020

How much of a difference does it make if employees have a vested interest in the success of their company? A huge one, according to Pola Henderson and Maxime Bouroumeau-Fuseau. Content and community manager and co-founder of Digicoop, respectively, Pola and Maxime explain why when people have a stake in where they're working it leads to better cooperation, smarter problem solving and greater overall success.

Apr 17, 2020

Stop being frightened of your people and stop being frightened of hurting their feelings, says Russell Thackeray, founder and director of QED and host of the podcast, Resilience Unravelled.
Are companies focusing enough on people's mental health at work and if so what do they need to start doing differently to make people more resilient. Find out why being productive leads to engagement and not the other way around and what it takes to treat mental health as importantly as physical health.

Apr 10, 2020

Psychologically we’re all social animals who just like spending time together, said Jono Bacon, founder and CEO of Jono Bacon Consulting and best-selling author of The Art of Community. People want to become part of environments with a shared mission and shared ethos, the hard part however is building a thriving community. Find out what it takes to create successful communities in all three areas including consumer, champion
and collaborator and why the key is to making people feel valued.

For more, visit www.management30.com.

Apr 3, 2020

If companies don't drill down and fix the dynamic between management and HR it'll harm teams and the company ecosystem, says Darja Gutnick, co-founder and CEO of Bunch.ai, a company focused on changing the way the world views company culture. Find out why Darja is worried about the relationship between HR leaders and management, why companies have so much baggage from the old days and what needs to be done to keep up with an ever changing work environment.

For more, visit www.management30.com.

Mar 27, 2020

Find funny things about the situation you're in, discover what makes you laugh and make fun of yourself. Chris Tabish, author of Comediology, co-founder of Venture West Consulting,
and overall expert in how comedy and work fit together, shares his thoughts and advice on how to stay 'light' during this uncertain and often anxious time. 

For more, visit www.management30.com.

Mar 20, 2020

In the age of the current uncertainty, many companies are wishing they'd shifted to being more agile "yesterday", said Diana Russo thought-leader in Agile HR and creator of The 12 ingredients of Agile Organizations. In this special episode Diana explains what it takes right now to stay connected and motivated at work, even if we're working from home. Find out why the most important thing is to start with a daily check in.

Hear Diana Speak: In addition to this excellent podcast, don’t miss another opportunity to hear Diana on Management 3.0. She’ll be joining Forward Virtual on November 20 to speak about the 12 ingredients of agile organizations.

For more, visit www.management30.com.

 

Mar 13, 2020

Luisa Escobar used to be a command and control boss, but after learning about Management 3.0 practices, her company, work and life completely changed. Management 3.0 facilitator and leader of engagement and team culture at HBSIS, Latin America’s largest brewery, Luisa said she has the job she does today because of Management 3.0. Find out why Kudo Cards are so incredibly important and why the key to creating change is making sure people know and understand you.

For more, visit www.management30.com.

Mar 6, 2020

It's all about making things more employee centric, said Julian Tesche, head of market development at Peakon, a company that measures and improves employee engagement through data.
What do employees really want from their managers, why can being more agile within HR sometimes add stress for employees and what is the biggest difference between gen X and gen Z?

For more, visit www.management30.com.

 

Feb 28, 2020

Drew Tarvin always considered emotions as data. Today, the world’s first humor engineer and best-selling author of the new book Humor That Works: The Missing Skill for Success and Happiness at Work, says humor is essential for productive workplaces and to have better relationships with your colleagues and teams. What does it take to make humor a habit and can we really learn to be funny?

For more, visit www.management30.com.

 

Feb 21, 2020

We know what a healthy company looks like but we’re not consistently creating them, says Moe Carrick, founder of Moementum Inc. and author of Bravespace Workplace: Making Your Company Fit for Human Life. Why aren't we fully showing up at work? Why are leaders not being as effective as they can be? And what does it take to be brave enough to be vulnerable? Find out on this refreshingly insightful podcast.

For more, visit www.management30.com.

 

Feb 14, 2020

Listening is an undervalued skill, yet one that's imperative if we're going to create strong relationships based on trust. In his new book, How to Lead in Product Management, Roman Pichler talks leadership, empathy, listening and why it's so important to take time to reflect and break away from the stress of life in order to be truly happy.

For more, visit www.management30.com.

 

Feb 7, 2020

Our long time facilitator, Ryan Behrman explains how giving Management 3.0 workshops has helped move him forward and change the way he views work/life balance and fusion.
What does it take to create a more productive team and what does it really mean to view the world through a systemic lens?

At our Forward Virtual Summit on November 20, Ryan will be facilitating an open space double session, where attendees will vote with their “virtual feet” on the hottest topics in management and leadership. Get your ticket today!

For more, visit www.management30.com.

 

Jan 31, 2020

Turn your lets into 'by when' and get things done, says Chris Tuff, the youngest partner in the 100-year history of the company 22squared, and author of The Millennial Whisperer. How can older generations better connect with and establish relationships with millennials? Chris says that itt's about transparency, inspirational leadership and autonomy. 


Hear Chris Tuff speak: In addition to this excellent podcast, don’t miss another opportunity to hear Chris on Management 3.0. He’ll be joining Forward Virtual on November 20 to be interviewed about Adapting For The New World Of Work & Workers.

For more, visit www.management30.com

Jan 24, 2020

How can we use play science to transform our lives? Portia Tung, agile coach, play researcher, and author of the book The Dream Team Nightmare, says we have to find our own way to play in order to create transformational change. Find out why work is not the opposite of play and how they complement each other.

For more, visit www.management30.com.

 

Jan 17, 2020

Co-founder of Viisi, a mortgage advice company, Tom van der Lubbe, says any type of bonus goes against who we are as people and is counter productive. Find out how to really put “people first” in organizations and create a salary structure routed in psychological safety.

In addition to this excellent podcast, don’t miss another opportunity to hear Tom on Management 3.0. He’ll be joining Forward Virtual on November 19 to be interviewed about how to live life remembering that one day we are going to die. In this candid interview Tom shares what it means to “think with the end in mind”.

For more, visit www.management30.com.

 

Jan 10, 2020

Years ago Todd Palmer was $600,000 in debt and ran a company with a toxic work culture. More than a decade later, after firing his entire staff, the entrepreneur and CEO of Extraordinary Advisors is a record-holding 6-time recipient of INC 5000. In this inspiring interview, Todd explains what it took to shift his mindset, end imposter syndrome, take a chance on new hires and ultimately realize the value in the intention of being successful, rather than the expectation of being successful.

For more, visit www.management30.com.

 

Jan 3, 2020

The most successful organizations invest three times as much in staff training than the least successful ones, says Michael Gale.
Wall Street Journal best selling author and host of Forbes’ Futures In Focus podcast, Michael says it's time we own our happiness and adapt to the future of work, especially in terms of becoming digital organizations.

For more, visit www.management30.com.

 

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.

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