Hosted by Edīte Garjāne and Rasmus Noah Hansen, Millennials at Work is about… exactly that - millennials at work. What we want from a workplace, how to be our boss and everything around being a young professional
Exactly a year and 40 episodes later we say the biggest thanks to the listeners, followers, sharers, millennials in age and heart as well as our support group for helping to make this into one hell of a project!
This episode is all about the past & future, a huge reflection session supported by some Old Fashioned to celebrate Millennials at Work.
To be your own boss: entrepreneurship
An entrepreneurship episode! What’s new? Not much: Rasmus has become an entrepreneur and finally breaks the ice about the new business, we rant about over-sharers and over-sellers as well as discuss millennial-friendly motivations to become your own boss at this day and age. You got it, it's a HANDFUL.
Competition is a bliss
Competition brings out the best and worst in us. Even more - it pushes innovation while creating tension. It makes us bite our fists and when balanced with collaboration - it can do wonders. Listen to our conversation about the difficulties with wanting to be the best at something and the struggles of learning how to collaborate instead. Also, magazine tips and winning stories, literally!
Perks, perks, perks
Perks perks perks. No matter if it’s a chocolate fountain or paid days for personal projects - perks is a way to direct and set a company culture. So how do you offer the perfect selection of perks to millennials to not waste cash and build the culture you want? And how to be a millennial in the shiny perk-obsessed world?
Extra material at the top of the episode might include lots of swearing and a rant about motivational speakers.
A guide to quitting (a job)
This week we start with a controversial intro, the news of Rasmus moving to Copenhagen and a topic that is very much in tune with turbulent spring feels and major decisions: when and how to quit a job. By two recent quitters themselves! We revisit our highs and lows while talking about the when&how&why.
The art of feedback
Most of us have been at the receiving end of a poorly delivered feedback. And let’s be honest, we’ve all been guilty of not entirely thinking through the feedback we’d give a colleague, manager, a friend.🙈 Some (us) would even say, it’s kind of an art form so this might be our most artsy episode so far. 👩🎨 As always: reflections, stories, and megatips!
Perfect balance of chill conversation and usefull word for thought.
As a part of the narcissistic and selv-absorbed millenials, there’s nothing more pleasant than listening in on a podcast about your own generation 😄👌🏽