Here’s what’s coming up for Season 6.
Leadership Coach, Dr. Nayla Bahri, and Briefing Notes Editor, Lou Blaser, reflect on their 2020 and how they’re approaching 2021.
Lessons learned and takeaways from guests of the podcast, in the year of a pandemic.
PwC Partner Don Christian talks about how he defines and measures success, the habits that help him the most in his career, the principles that guide his choices, and how he stays relevant in a changing marketplace.
Best-selling author, Joanna Penn, expands on the daily practices that help her manage her work and the guiding principles that help ensure her longevity in her chosen field of work.
More than anything else, the key to our success ultimately depends on how well we are able to manage ourselves, our attitudes, our habits, and how we respond to what’s happening outside our control.
As we get older, many of us discover that our views about what’s important, what success looks like, and how our personal values play a role in our choices, have changed naturally over time — and often, while we weren’t even looking.
The technical expertise you bring to the table is something but it’s not everything. Your personality and the passion that you show up with are key assets that you shouldn’t ignore.
These days, when our attention can easily be hijacked by negativity and pessimism, we need a strong counterbalance. We need heroes.
Ten episodes ago, we started a series of conversations around new careers. We explored new roles made possible by advanced technologies, have recently gained popularity, or are now needed because of the changing marketplace. As the series comes to an end, I want to take a moment to reflect on key takeaways from these conversations.