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As technology is getting smarter and jobs/work today requires more thinking and collaborations, the work is getting redefined. This podcast will take a deeper dive into those conversation that impacts any/every working professional. We will invite guests who are leading top organizations, redefining the future of work, defining the jobs of future and preparing organizations for the Work 2.0 that is already here. So, if your job demands thinking, collaboration and growth mindset, this podcast will help you stay strong and grow at work.

#JobsOfFuture (Previously called #JobsOfFuture Leadership Podcast)

Work 2.0 | Discussing Future of Work, Next at Job and Success in Future Vishal Kumar, TAO.ai with Changemakers, Leaders, Experts & Rockstars

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As technology is getting smarter and jobs/work today requires more thinking and collaborations, the work is getting redefined. This podcast will take a deeper dive into those conversation that impacts any/every working professional. We will invite guests who are leading top organizations, redefining the future of work, defining the jobs of future and preparing organizations for the Work 2.0 that is already here. So, if your job demands thinking, collaboration and growth mindset, this podcast will help you stay strong and grow at work.

#JobsOfFuture (Previously called #JobsOfFuture Leadership Podcast)

    Robbie Kellman Baxter(@robbiebax) on The Forever Transactions

    Robbie Kellman Baxter(@robbiebax) on The Forever Transactions

    In this podcast with Robbie, we discussed various topics of increasing importance on the changing landscape of business models and what all it entails. Lots of businesses are struggling to get their business model right. Robbie went into details on some pitfalls and some challenges. In this book, she lays out a clear and actionable summary with stories and playbooks that are easy to follow for the readers. It's a great watch for anyone who cares to learn about forever transactions.

    Robbie's Book:
    The Forever Transaction: How to Build a Subscription Model So Compelling, Your Customers Will Never Want to Leave by Robbie Kellman Baxter https://amzn.to/2HBjJG7

    Robbie's Recommended Read:
    Selling With Noble Purpose: How to Drive Revenue and Do Work That Makes You Proud by Lisa Earle McLeod, Elizabeth Lotardo https://amzn.to/3jpitCU
    Humor, Seriously: Why Humor Is a Secret Weapon in Business and Life (And how anyone can harness it. Even you.) by Jennifer Aaker , Naomi Bagdonas https://amzn.to/35Ez0xO


    1776 by David McCullough https://amzn.to/31PxNmK
    John Adams by David McCullough https://amzn.to/3hXoQ0f
    The Purpose Driven Life: What on Earth Am I Here For? by Rick Warren https://amzn.to/31TNmKk
    Halftime: Moving from Success to Significance by Bob P. Buford (Author), Jim Collins (Foreword) https://amzn.to/2DoXQb3

    Some of the many questions we covered:
    1. Explain your journey to your current role?
    2. Could you share something about your current role?
    3. What does your company do?
    4. What is the future of work, worker, and workplace?
    5 How has the membership economy disrupted how we do business today?
    6. What made you write this book?
    7. What were some of the surprises you met during your journey through this book?
    8. If I want to test myself through the subscription economy, what are my starting pointers?
    9. What are some of the failures your encounter?
    10. What is a picture-perfect scenario for covering your business model?
    11. How prepared are consumer expectations when the business decides to shift its business model?
    12. Why did you write THE FOREVER TRANSACTION after already writing THE MEMBERSHIP ECONOMY?
    13. Why are subscriptions so popular right now?
    14. How does the culture of a subscription-oriented organization differ from that of a more traditional organization?
    15. What are some KPIs for successful implementation?
    16. How to check if your business model is ripe for a subscription?
    17. What are some cases where subscription is not appropriate?
    18. What are 1-3 best practices that you think is the key to success in your journey?
    19. Do you have any favorite read?
    20. As a closing remark, what would you like to tell our audience?

    Robbie's BIO:
    Robbie Kellman Baxter is a bestselling author, speaker, and consultant with more than 20 years of experience providing strategic business advice to major organizations including Netflix, the Wall Street Journal, and Electronic Arts. In the past ten years, her company Peninsula Strategies has advised over 100 organizations on subscription and growth strategy. Her first book, The Membership Economy was an international bestseller. Her new book, The Forever Transaction, was released in April 2020. It has been described as a true game-changer taking readers through every step of the subscription business process—from initial start-up or testing of a new model to scaling the operation for long-term growth and sustainability to revamping your culture so everyone works together to optimize customer lifetime value. For more information about Robbie go to https://www.robbiekellmanbaxter.com.

    About #Podcast:
    Work 2.0 Podcast is created to spark the conversation around the future of work, worker, and workplace. This podcast invite movers and shakers in the industry who are shaping or helping us understand the transformation in work.

    • 58 min
    Michael Canic(@MichaelCanic) on Leading with ruthless consistency

    Michael Canic(@MichaelCanic) on Leading with ruthless consistency

    Michael Canic(@MichaelCanic) on Leading with ruthless consistency. Work 2.0 Podcast #FutureofWork #Work2dot0 #Podcast

    In this podcast, Michael Canic discussed his book Ruthless Consistency, the insights it carries, and shared how his journey has helped him craft a strategy that could work on the testing times. He sheds light on the importance of ruthless consistency and how any leader could adopt it in their day to day activities and succeed in leading.

    Michael's Recommended Read:
    Lincoln on Leadership: Executive Strategies for Tough Times by Donald T. Phillips https://amzn.to/2K0h18Q

    Michael's Book:
    Ruthless Consistency: How Committed Leaders Execute Strategy, Implement Change, and Build Organizations That Win by Michael Canic https://amzn.to/3luMF1u

    Podcast Link:
    iTunes: http://math.im/jofitunes
    Youtube: http://math.im/jofyoutube

    Some questions we covered:
    1. Explain your journey to your current role?
    2. Could you share something about your current role?
    3. What does your company do?
    4. Your book is titled, Ruthless Consistency. What does it mean and why is it important?
    5. Be consistent. It sounds simple; why isn’t it?
    6. What does it look like when leaders are inconsistent?
    7. How important is ruthless consistency for leaders during today’s crisis?
    8. You suggest that to develop and sustain the right focus, leaders stop strategic planning. Why?
    9. To create the right environment, why must leaders be coaches, not just managers?
    10. Can you explain why you emphasize holding people constructively accountable?
    11. Why is it essential that leaders need to value people?
    12. So, the key to success is when a leader acts with ruthless consistency?
    13. You write about how commitment is what drives everything. Wouldn’t every leader say they’re committed?
    14. Isn’t consistency limiting? Shouldn’t there be room for creativity and innovation?
    15. Why ruthless? That sounds harsh.
    16. You have a PhD in the psychology of human performance and you helped coach a college football team to a national championship. How did those experiences help shape your views?
    17. Who will benefit most from the book?
    18. What is the first thing that a leader can do to become ruthlessly consistent?
    19. What are 1-3 best practices that you think is the key to success in your journey?
    20. Do you have any favorite read?
    21. As a closing remark, what would you like to tell our audience?

    Michael's BIO:
    Michael Canic, Ph.D., is the author of RUTHLESS CONSISTENCY: How Committed Leaders Execute Strategy, Implement Change and Build Organizations That Win (September 1, 2020; McGraw Hill). He is also the president of Making Strategy Happen, a consultancy which helps committed leaders turn ambition into strategy, and strategy into reality. Previously, he managed the consulting division at The Atlanta Consulting Group and held a leadership role at FedEx. Michael earned a Ph.D. in the psychology of human performance from the University of British Columbia. Currently, Michael leads strategic change initiatives in the corporate world and spent the past 25 years consulting with CEOs and top management teams across North America. A former national championship-winning coach, Michael is also a member of Marshall Goldsmith’s global 100 Coaches project. He lives between Denver and Vancouver and has written over 400 posts for his blog.

    About #Podcast:
    Work 2.0 Podcast is created to spark the conversation around the future of work, worker, and workplace. This podcast invite movers and shakers in the industry who are shaping or helping us understand the transformation in work.

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    • 51 min
    Lead with Transformative Influence in times of Change

    Lead with Transformative Influence in times of Change

    Walt Rakowich(@WaltRakowich) on Lead with Transformative Influence in times of Change Work 2.0 Podcast #FutureofWork #Work2dot0 #Podcast

    On youtube: https://youtu.be/SHiCyk-7ce8

    In this podcast, Walt Rakowich discussed his book Tranfluence, the insights it carries, and shared how his journey has helped him save his company that took a nosedive from $70 share to $3 share. He shared how the art of transfluence has helped him and could help many other businesses stay afloat and thriving through transformative times.

    Walt's Book:
    Transfluence: How to Lead with Transformative Influence in Today's Climates of Change by Walt Rakowich https://amzn.to/31O4ssS

    Walt's Recommended Read:
    1776 by David McCullough https://amzn.to/31PxNmK
    John Adams by David McCullough https://amzn.to/3hXoQ0f
    The Purpose Driven Life: What on Earth Am I Here For? by Rick Warren https://amzn.to/31TNmKk
    Halftime: Moving from Success to Significance by Bob P. Buford (Author), Jim Collins (Foreword) https://amzn.to/2DoXQb3

    Some of the many questions we covered:
    1. Explain your journey to your current role?
    2. Could you share something about your current role?
    3. What does your company do?
    4. What is Transfluence?
    5. Why write this book?
    6. What this book is for?
    7. What are some role models when it comes to Transfluence?
    8. When do you know that you are facing a transfluence problem?
    9. How to change the culture?
    10. What if you are not a leader? How would you influence them?
    11. What if you recently joined a company with strong cultural roots and Transfluence is not their strong suit, how to influence then?
    12. Is it a good model in crises or could a company building on the principal of Transfluence tend to perform better?
    13. What did you do as a leader to give your people hope when Prologis went from one of the best to one of the worst-performing stocks?
    14. Why do you believe leaders need to show vulnerability now more than ever?
    15. How does a crisis inform the way employees watch and listen to their leader?
    16. What does it take to lead in the three dynamic climates you describe? The Climates of Access, Diversity, and Acceleration.
    17. What advice do you have for emerging leaders in taking the next step in their leadership journey?
    18. What are 1-3 best practices that you think is the key to success in your journey?
    19. Do you have any favorite read?
    20. As a closing remark, what would you like to tell our audience?

    Walt's BIO:
    Walt Rakowich is a leadership speaker and former executive of Prologis, a global real estate company that was near collapse when he took over as CEO in 2008. During the economic downturn, the Prologis stock had dropped from over $70 per share to approximately $2 per share in 10 months, making it the third-worst performing company in the S&P 500. After Walt joined as CEO, he quickly implemented a change in culture through transparency, orchestrating a dramatic turnaround and restoring its position in the industry.

    He is the author of TRANSFLUENCE: How to Lead with Transformative Influence in Today’s Climates of Change (Post Hill Press, September 29, 2020). In addition to speaking to audiences on a range of leadership topics, Walt also serves on a number of corporate and philanthropic boards.
    Before starting his business career, Walt attended Pennsylvania State University where he received his BS in accounting. He went on to earn his MBA from Harvard Business School. In his free time, Walt enjoys traveling, mentoring youth, and participating in a wide range of community service initiatives. He and his wife Sue have two adult children and reside in Colorado.

    About #Podcast:
    Work 2.0 Podcast is created to spark the conversation around the future of work, worker, and workplace. This podcast invite movers and shakers in the industry who are shaping or helping us understand the transformation in work.

    • 1 hr 6 min
    #Innovation, Leading from the future and #FutureOfWork

    #Innovation, Leading from the future and #FutureOfWork

    #Innovation, Leading from the future and #FutureOfWork Work 2.0 Podcast #Work2dot0 #Podcast

    In this podcast, Marc Johnson discussed his book leading from the future. He shared a strategic mindset needed to ensure businesses stay futuristic and promote innovation through tough times. He shared some insights into what defines an inspirational organization. This is a great leadership podcast to help enterprises to maintain their innovation pipeline.

    Mark's Book:
    Lead from the Future: How to Turn Visionary Thinking Into Breakthrough Growth by Mark W. Johnson, Josh Suskewicz https://amzn.to/2Vg3ilw

    Podcast Link:
    iTunes: http://math.im/jofitunes
    Youtube: http://math.im/jofyoutube

    Mark's BIO:
    Mark W. Johnson cofounded the strategy and innovation management consultancy Innosight, with Clayton M. Christensen in 2000. (Innosight was acquired by the Huron Consulting Group in 2017.) He's the author of the previous books Dual Transformation and Reinvents Your Business Model and the McKinsey award-winning Harvard Business Review article "Reinventing Your Business Model." Mark lives in Belmont, Massachusetts.

    Some Questions we talked about:
    1. Explain your journey to your current role?
    2. Could you share something about your current position?
    3. What does your company do?
    4. What are the future of work, workers, and the workplace?
    5. What is the definition of a good futureproof employee/team/company?
    6. Why write about this book?
    7. How can even the most complacent companies catalyze visionary-driven growth?
    8. How can leadership teams develop a vision from scratch, connect it to a strategy, and then program and implement it in the best possible way?
    9. How can an organization embed future-back thinking in their organization's C-suite and its wider culture?
    10. How has a firm vision and a long-term planning horizon allowed such unicorns as Amazon and Google and long-established enterprises like Procter & Gamble and J&J to sustain their growth?
    11. What is the fabric of a good visionary organization?
    12. What are some role-models of the visionary organization?
    ...

    Read more at: https://work2.org/discussing-intentionalintegrity-and-futureofwork-with-chestnutrob-airbnb-on-work-2-0-podcast-futureofwork-work2dot0-podcast/

    • 1 hr 2 min
    @ChesterElton on leading with Gratitude

    @ChesterElton on leading with Gratitude

    @ChesterElton on leading with Gratitude Work 2.0 Podcast #FutureofWork #Work2dot0 #Podcast

    In this podcast Chester Elton from "The Culture Works" talked about his upcoming book: Leading with Gratitude. He shared why gratitude is central to the current leadership environment. He shared how, in the work2.0 environment, soft skills play an essential role in building an influential culture. This podcast is excellent for anyone seeking to learn about a fundamental trait for being a great leader.

    Chester's Book:
    The book website: https://leadingwithgratitude.info/pre-order-lwg
    The training site: https://www.thecultureworks.com/
    Success Magazine: https://www.success.com/6-books-to-help-you-live-your-best-life/

    Chester's Book Recommendation:
    How Will You Measure Your Life? by Clayton M. Christensen https://amzn.to/2HlcNch
    Elevate: Push Beyond Your Limits and Unlock Success in Yourself and Others (Ignite Reads) by Robert Glazer https://amzn.to/2HekMbd
    The Advice Trap: Be Humble, Stay Curious & Change the Way You Lead Forever by Michael Bungay Stanier https://amzn.to/3bqZjdb

    Podcast Link:
    iTunes: http://math.im/jofitunes
    Youtube: http://math.im/jofyoutube

    Adrian Gostick and Chester Elton BIO:
    Adrian Gostick and Chester Elton have spent more than two decades helping clients engage their employees on strategy, vision, and values. In their provocative, inspiring, and always entertaining talks, they provide real solutions for leaders looking to manage change, drive innovation, and lead multi-generational workforces. Their work is supported by research with more than 850,000 working adults across the globe, revealing the proven secrets behind high-performance cultures and teams.

    They are founders of The Culture Works, a global training company and authors of multiple award-winning, #1 Wall Street Journal and New York Times, bestsellers, All In, The Carrot Principle and The Best Team Wins. Their books have been translated into 30 languages and have sold more than 1.5 million copies. They have been called "fascinating" by Fortune and "creative and refreshing" by The New York Times. Gostick & Elton have appeared on NBC's Today Show, CBS 60 Minutes, and are often quoted in Fast Company, Newsweek, and Wall Street Journal.

    Gostick & Elton are members of Marshall Goldsmith's #MG100 Global Coaches, 2019 Global Gurus in Leadership and Organizational Culture. Elton is a member of Fast Company Impact Council and serves as a board member for Camp Corral, a non-profit for the children of wounded and fallen military heroes.

    Some Questions we talked about:
    1. Explain your journey to your current role?
    2. Could you share something about your current position?
    3. What does "The Culture Works" do?
    4. How is culture changing, and what are some of the key takeaways?
    5. What is the definition of an excellent future-proof employee/team/company?
    6. What are some of the ingredients for building a thriving culture in your organization?
    7. What is the underground premise behind "Leading with gratitude"?
    8. Why is gratitude important in successful leadership?
    9. Leaders make tough choices; how does recognition translate in tough circumstances?
    10. Who is the ideal reader of the book?
    11. What are some things people get it wrong about appreciation?
    12. Why write this book?
    13. What are three immediate things I could do to get myself on the road to leading with gratitude?
    ...

    Read more at: https://work2.org/chesterelton-on-leading-with-gratitude-work-2-0-podcast-futureofwork-work2dot0-podcast/

    • 1 hr 4 min
    Discussing #IntentionalIntegrity and #FutureOfWork with @ChestnutRob (@AirBnB)

    Discussing #IntentionalIntegrity and #FutureOfWork with @ChestnutRob (@AirBnB)

    Discussing #IntentionalIntegrity and #FutureOfWork with @ChestnutRob (@AirBnB) on Work 2.0 Podcast #FutureofWork #Work2dot0 #Podcast

    In this podcast, Rob Chestnut sheds light on creating an ethical organization and proclivity intentional integrity to help create an organization with strong values. She shared how organizations with sound moral values outperform organizations that don't. He also shared how any organization could transform into organizations with ethical values by practicing intentional integrity. The session is an excellent watch for aspiring leaders preparing a team that plays a significant role in defining ethical organization.

    Rob's Book:
    Intentional Integrity: How Smart Companies Can Lead an Ethical Revolution by Robert Chesnut https://amzn.to/2Xi7SSG

    Rob's Recommended Read:
    Positivity: Top-notch Research Reveals the 3 to 1 Ratio That Will Change Your Life by Barbara L. Fredrickson https://amzn.to/39WkUIe

    Podcast Link:
    iTunes: http://math.im/jofitunes
    Youtube: http://math.im/jofyoutube

    Rob's BIO:
    Rob Chesnut is the Chief Ethics Officer at Airbnb, a role he took on in late 2019 after nearly four years as the company's General Counsel. He previously led eBay's North America legal team, where he founded the Internet's first e-commerce person to person platform Trust and Safety team. He was the general counsel at Chegg, Inc. for nearly six years, and he served 14 years with the U.S. Justice Department, where he prosecuted CIA employee Aldrich Ames for espionage. He is the author of Intentional Integrity: How Smart Companies Can Lead an Ethical Revolution (St Martin's Press, 2020).

    Some Questions we talked about:
    1. Explain your journey to your current role?
    2. Could you share something about your current position?
    3. What does Airbnb for a few folks who have not heard about it?
    4. What is Chief Ethics Officer, and why is this role important?
    5. Why write this book?
    6. What is the premises of this book?
    7. Everyone thinks they have integrity, yet week after week, we see organizations like Facebook, Google, Boeing, or even the Houston Astros, come under fire for failing to live up to their values. What is "intentional integrity," and how can it help us get out of this integrity crisis?
    8. What's at stake if companies don't directly and explicitly address integrity?
    9. What was it like to be running trust and safety at eBay during the dot-com boom and now, a general counsel and chief ethics officer at Airbnb, two companies that had to invent ethical rules in the nascent and less-regulated frontier of e-commerce?
    10. In a digital and global age with shifting cultural norms, how can companies reinforce common standards of integrity while respecting each employee's right to their personal opinions and preferences?
    11. You write that "you can't outsource integrity," and that to be authentic, pervasive, and persuasive, integrity must come directly from an organization's leadership. If you could give one piece of advice to every CEO, what would it be?
    12. How does culture embrace integrity?
    13. What is the role of integrity in a capitalistic society?
    ...

    Read more at: https://work2.org/discussing-intentionalintegrity-and-futureofwork-with-chestnutrob-airbnb-on-work-2-0-podcast-futureofwork-work2dot0-podcast/

    • 1 hr 2 min

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