4 episodes

Stories of Operations individuals' success', failures, and adventures are the heart and soul of startup culture. Often times, these stories are shared over company lunches or by the Bevi machine but rarely leave the confines of the company ranks. Eden's 'Workplace Podcast' seeks to take those stories of Operations individuals who excel in their position and release them out into the world. By conducting 1 on 1 interviews with leading Operations professionals in the startup space, the 'Workplace Podcast' will shed some light on questions like: How did you get here? Where are you going? And most importantly, within your company culture, what do you cultivate? And what cultivates you? The Workplace Podcast is brought to you by Eden, the all-in-one workplace management platform that makes it easier for companies to run their offices. Eden’s best-in-class suite of workplace software enables companies to register visitors, seamlessly track employee ticketing and helpdesk requests, book rooms, manage their maintenance, and now helps teams safely return to the office with the newly-released COVID Team Safety app. Eden also offers a curated marketplace of facilities services where workplace teams can seamlessly book and manage services. Eden is based in San Francisco and investors include Y Combinator, Bessemer Venture Partners, Fifth Wall, S28 Capital, Reshape and JLL. Eden’s mission is to create a better place to work, for everyone. To learn more, visit www.eden.io.

The Workplace Podcast Eden

    • Business
    • 5.0 • 10 Ratings

Stories of Operations individuals' success', failures, and adventures are the heart and soul of startup culture. Often times, these stories are shared over company lunches or by the Bevi machine but rarely leave the confines of the company ranks. Eden's 'Workplace Podcast' seeks to take those stories of Operations individuals who excel in their position and release them out into the world. By conducting 1 on 1 interviews with leading Operations professionals in the startup space, the 'Workplace Podcast' will shed some light on questions like: How did you get here? Where are you going? And most importantly, within your company culture, what do you cultivate? And what cultivates you? The Workplace Podcast is brought to you by Eden, the all-in-one workplace management platform that makes it easier for companies to run their offices. Eden’s best-in-class suite of workplace software enables companies to register visitors, seamlessly track employee ticketing and helpdesk requests, book rooms, manage their maintenance, and now helps teams safely return to the office with the newly-released COVID Team Safety app. Eden also offers a curated marketplace of facilities services where workplace teams can seamlessly book and manage services. Eden is based in San Francisco and investors include Y Combinator, Bessemer Venture Partners, Fifth Wall, S28 Capital, Reshape and JLL. Eden’s mission is to create a better place to work, for everyone. To learn more, visit www.eden.io.

    Brian Chen & the Landscape of the Workplace

    Brian Chen & the Landscape of the Workplace

    In the fourth episode of The Workplace Podcast, sponsored by Eden, I interview Brian Chen, the CEO and co-founder of ROOM.  Brian and ROOM are reinventing the modern workplace with modular and creative office solutions with its soundproof phone booth that brings privacy back to the open office. ROOM focuses on simple, functional design to keep costs low, becoming the first to solve the problem of noise at scale using affordable, sustainable and simple solutions.  Brian’s no stranger to open plan environments, having spent the majority of his career working with and advising tech startups, where he routinely found himself exposed to constant noise and distraction.  And his background is deeply rooted in the technology startup scene, where he’s developed a keen eye on how to build companies, scale growth alongside company culture, explore new business models and seize opportunity in emerging industries.  In the interview, we discuss the need for flexibility of your office floor-plan, the planning horizons for startups and the schism between corporate real estate lease terms, as well B2B customer experiences in the workplace, and how ROOM utilizes their own product to define their open floor plan and solve for their bottlenecks.  

    The Workplace Podcast is brought to you by Eden, the all-in-one workplace management platform that makes it easier for companies to run their offices. Eden’s best-in-class suite of workplace software enables companies to register visitors, seamlessly track employee ticketing and helpdesk requests, book rooms, manage their maintenance, and now helps teams safely return to the office with the newly-released COVID Team Safety app. Eden also offers a curated marketplace of facilities services where workplace teams can seamlessly book and manage services. Eden is based in San Francisco and investors include Y Combinator, Bessemer Venture Partners, Fifth Wall, S28 Capital, Reshape and JLL. Eden’s mission is to create a better place to work, for everyone. To learn more, visit www.eden.io.

    • 34 min
    Jen Jamula & Communication in the Workplace

    Jen Jamula & Communication in the Workplace

    In the third episode of The Workplace Podcast, sponsored by Eden, I interview Jen Jamula who is an entrepreneur, coach, and performer whose work looks at communication in the Digital Age.  Drawing inspiration from her performance work, Jen leads corporate communications trainings internationally and coaches speakers through her company, GoldJam Creative.  Jen is passionate about helping others gain confidence, find their authentic voices, and cultivate practices of empathy, respect, and inclusion in the workplace and beyond.  We talk about the importance of non-verbal communication and using active verbs.  As well as how to reframe anxiety, cultivate presence, and develop an alter ego for public speaking or workplace presentations.

    The Workplace Podcast is brought to you by Eden, the all-in-one workplace management platform that makes it easier for companies to run their offices. Eden’s best-in-class suite of workplace software enables companies to register visitors, seamlessly track employee ticketing and helpdesk requests, book rooms, manage their maintenance, and now helps teams safely return to the office with the newly-released COVID Team Safety app. Eden also offers a curated marketplace of facilities services where workplace teams can seamlessly book and manage services. Eden is based in San Francisco and investors include Y Combinator, Bessemer Venture Partners, Fifth Wall, S28 Capital, Reshape and JLL. Eden’s mission is to create a better place to work, for everyone. To learn more, visit www.eden.io.

    • 32 min
    Susan Nienaber & High Conflict in the Workplace

    Susan Nienaber & High Conflict in the Workplace

    In the second episode of The Workplace Podcast, sponsored by Eden, I interview Susan Nienaber (MDiv., LMFT) who is a licensed consultant, mediator and psychotherapist specializing in conflict, trauma, and abuse in the workplace.  We talk about how you identify conflict and how does it unfold, venting, how reactivity can breed a toxic workplace culture, and handling under-performing staff.  

    The Workplace Podcast is brought to you by Eden, the all-in-one workplace management platform that makes it easier for companies to run their offices. Eden’s best-in-class suite of workplace software enables companies to register visitors, seamlessly track employee ticketing and helpdesk requests, book rooms, manage their maintenance, and now helps teams safely return to the office with the newly-released COVID Team Safety app. Eden also offers a curated marketplace of facilities services where workplace teams can seamlessly book and manage services. Eden is based in San Francisco and investors include Y Combinator, Bessemer Venture Partners, Fifth Wall, S28 Capital, Reshape and JLL. Eden’s mission is to create a better place to work, for everyone. To learn more, visit www.eden.io.

    • 57 min
    Liz Fosslien & Emotions in the Workplace

    Liz Fosslien & Emotions in the Workplace

    In the first episode of The Workplace Podcast, sponsored by Eden, I interview Liz Fosslien who's the co-author of No Hard Feelings: The Secret Power of Embracing Emotions at Work.  We talk about navigating emotions at work, deciphering intention in electronic communication, the use of emojis in email, and how to prevent burnout.

    The Workplace Podcast is brought to you by Eden, the all-in-one workplace management platform that makes it easier for companies to run their offices. Eden’s best-in-class suite of workplace software enables companies to register visitors, seamlessly track employee ticketing and helpdesk requests, book rooms, manage their maintenance, and now helps teams safely return to the office with the newly-released COVID Team Safety app. Eden also offers a curated marketplace of facilities services where workplace teams can seamlessly book and manage services. Eden is based in San Francisco and investors include Y Combinator, Bessemer Venture Partners, Fifth Wall, S28 Capital, Reshape and JLL. Eden’s mission is to create a better place to work, for everyone. To learn more, visit www.eden.io.

    • 44 min

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