Fast Company deputy editor Kate Davis takes listeners on a journey through the changing landscape of our work lives and explains what we need to build the future we want.
How to plan for the future in an uncertain world - long term career thinking in times of crisis
Kate Davis talks with Dorie Clark about how to future proof your career (as much as possible). Dorie has been a guest on the show before, she’s also a contributor to Fast Company, Harvard Business Review and others and has been named the #1 Communication Coach and one of the Top 50 Business Thinkers in the World. She teaches at both Duke and Columbia Business Schools, and she is the author of several books, including The Long Game: How to Be a Long-Term Thinker in a Short-Term World.
How to explain gaps in your resume
How to prepare for the recession and layoffs - is there such a thing as a recession proof job?
How do you prepare for a looming recession and the possibility of layoffs? Is there such a thing as a recession proof job? Kate Davis is joined by Amanda Augustine to answer these questions. Amanda is an expert in career advancement, ranging from developing one’s professional brand to acing job interviews. She’s a speaker and contributor for many publications including Fast Company and has served as a career expert for Top Resume since 2015.
What happens after leaving the traditional workforce?
Kate Davis is joined by Kim Rittberg, host of the podcast Mom’s Exit Interview, to discuss what the next career chapter is for some of those women who left the traditional workforce in 2020
FROM AWS AND FAST CO. WORKS: At the Edge of Innovation: A Conversation with AWS’s Jan Hofmeyr
In this special podcast episode, hear the latest on what’s taking place in edge computing and hybrid cloud from a top industry executive at AWS. Also learn how these innovations can ultimately help you transform your business.
Ambition Diaries: Does ambition even matter anymore?
On this fourth and final episode of Ambition Diaries, Kate examines is ambition really matters anymore after the pandemic and how we are recalibrating in the new world of work.
As a non-millennial, this is a great podcast for leaders as it gives great ideas to consider as we navigate the pandemic. It is slightly offensive that “white men” is used in such a stereotypical fashion of “bad leadership” or “narcissistic behavior”. In fact, this week’s episode used it 5 times. There are exceptional leaders of every race, gender, religion, sexual orientation and political beliefs, likewise there are really bad ones. Leadership has to come from the heart and the brain. Success to me is when I began spending 80% of my time developing and cultivating my employees and 20% of the time working on myself. Contentment comes when you are well-satisfied with the work you’ve done and the legacy left behind.
Gain something every time I listen! ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐
Actionable advice and tangible tips for navigating the ever-changing landscape of work, no matter the industry! You’ll also find the inspiration and insight to grow as a human being. Thanks so much for putting out such a spectacular show- keep up the great work!
Engaging and insightful! 💡
The New Way We Work quickly became a favorite in my feed. It’s obvious that Kate and the FC team put extraordinary effort into every single episode. I'm consistently impressed by the engaging conversations, insightful content, and actionable ideas. I truly learn something every time I listen!