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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

    • Business
    • 5.0 • 4 Ratings

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.

    1:50 Robbie's journey.
    6:25 Consumer experience with the subscription economy.
    10:55 Businesses that aren't suitable for membership.
    12:23 Evolution of the membership space.
    15:23 Maturity level of businesses in the adoption of membership model.
    18:03 Misunderstanding on membership.
    22:45 Being business ready for subscription.
    26:22 Changing business culture to adopt subscription.
    31:22 Business transformation into subscription.
    35:52 Coming up with the title "Forever Transaction".
    41:00 The ideal reader for "Forever Transaction".
    43:25 Challenge's in membership adoption.
    47:40 Subscription fatigue.
    50:01 Robbie's success mantra.
    52:46 Robbie's favorite reads.
    55:11 Closing remark.

    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 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 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 amzn.to/35Ez0xO

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


    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 www.robbiekellmanbaxter.com.

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

    Michael Canic(@MichaelCanic) on Leading with ruthless consistency

    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.

    Timeline:

    1:47 Michael's journey.
    3:33 Defining "Making strategy happen".
    5:20 Training leadership in various fields.
    7:15 Forming an ideal team.
    14:15 Misconceptions of "ruthless consistency".
    16:10 Being consistent and having a strong culture.
    17:57 Being consistent and still failing.
    19:22 Litmus test for leaders today to be accountable.
    24:20 Being a manager and being a coach.
    26:44 Managing a failing organization.
    29:19 Innovation and ruthless consistency.
    30:54 The right amount of change in an organization.
    33:16 Success indicators purpose alignment.
    34:23 Being consistent in times of disruption.
    35:45 Implementing ruthless consistency in a startup.
    37:59 Role model companies with the message of ruthless consistency.
    39:36 Ruthless consistency in assessing an impeding failure in a company.
    41:45 An ideal reader for "Ruthless Consistency".
    43:02 At which stage should a company implement "ruthless consistency".
    44:40 Michael's success mantra.
    47:24 Michael's favorite reads.
    48:50 Parting thoughts.

    https://youtu.be/gVpuMHWyOpQ

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

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

    Podcast Link:
    https://work2.org/robbie-kellman-baxterrobbiebax-on-the-forever-transactions-work-2-0-podcast-futureofwork/

    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

    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.

    Timeline:

    2:09 Walt's journey.
    8:30 Getting a company back from failure.
    13:57 When the tide goes out, everybody is exposed.
    20:30 Tips for navigating into unchartered waters.
    26:07 Empathtic leadership.
    30:41 CFO and CEO.
    37:37 Resolving issues in larger companies.
    43:30 Reasons for companies to be a transparent company.
    48:19 The real people behind numbers.
    50:35 Changing culture of companies and leadership.
    53:50 Seeing your company as a girlfriend or a kid?
    56:20 Ideal reader of Transfluence.
    57:57 Walt's success mantra.
    1:01:15 Walt's favorite read.
    1:03:50 Closing remark.

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

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

    Podcast Link:

    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

    In this podcast, Alyssa Westring discussed the relation between parents and leaders. She deciphered how parenting and leadership development are related. She explained her book, "Parents who LEAD." In the age of work2.0, when work and life are not treated as two sides of the same coin, but they are integrated.

    Timeline:

    1:48 Alyssa's journey.
    6:38 Alyssa's typical day.
    9:51 What lead her to write the Parents Who Lead.
    11:18 Work, life balance.
    13:36 Work from home.
    15:37 Relation between a parent and a leader.
    17:23 Running family and running a team.
    19:28 Designing a research to figure out relations between being a parent and a leader.
    22:09 Some misconception in parent/leadership research.
    23:42 Surprises in the parent/leadership research.
    26:16 Satisfaction levels in being a parent at work.
    27:50 The changing landscape of leadership.
    30:40 The right time for leader to incorporate parent values.
    33:15 A model parent.
    35:27 Being a parent leader before becoming a real parent.
    38:16 The constant change of parenhood.
    40:20 Measuring parenthood methods.
    42:26 Model leadership based on life experiences.
    45:30 Ideal reader for "Parents Who lead".
    48:42 Alyssa's success mantra.
    50:10 Alyssa's favorite reads.
    51:37 Closing remarks.

    Alyssa's Recommended Read:
    Unfinished Business: Women Men Work Family by Anne-Marie Slaughter amzn.to/2wFoYi7

    Alyssa's Book:
    Parents Who Lead: The Leadership Approach You Need to Parent with Purpose, Fuel Your Career, and Create a Richer Life by Stewart D. Friedman, Alyssa F. Westring amzn.to/2w7corA

    Podcast Link:
    https://work2.org/alyssawestring-on-the-bridge-between-parents-and-leaders-in-the-age-futureofwork-work2dot0/

    Alyssa's BIO:
    Alyssa Westring is the Vincent de Paul Associate Professor of Management and Entrepreneurship at DePaul University's Driehaus College of Business. She earned her Ph.D. in organizational psychology from Michigan State University in 2007. She is the Director of Research for Total Leadership. In addition to her research on work-life topics, she is a scholar of women's careers and leadership. She is an award-winning educator and DePaul's inaugural Presidential Fellow. Westring lives in Chicago and has two young children. Her TEDx talk, "The Secret Life of a Work-Life Insider," is about motherhood, and the Time magazine cover story she was interviewed for was about millennial parents.




    Read more at: https://work2.org/alyssawestring-on-the-bridge-between-parents-and-leaders-in-the-age-futureofwork-work2dot0/

    • 1 hr 2 min
    @ChesterElton on leading with Gratitude

    @ChesterElton on leading with Gratitude

    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.

    Timeline:

    2:23 Chestor's journey.
    5:00 Researching about the culture of works.
    8:46 Mission behind "The culture works".
    11:53 Coming up with "Leading with gratitude".
    14:31 Embarking on the recognition journey.
    17:18 The premise of "Leading with gratitude".
    24:57 Gratitude attracts gratitude.
    26:11 Gratitude and leadership.
    29:00 A few memorable lines from the book.
    34:00 Getting started with the culture of gratitude.
    38:15 Role model leaders practicing gratitude.
    43:22 Gratitude in the world of distributed workforce.
    45:30 The role of soft skills in leadership.
    51:26 Chestor's success mantra.
    55:25 Gratitude in the now divisive times.
    1:01:40 Closing remark.

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

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

    Podcast Link:
    https://work2.org/chesterelton-on-leading-with-gratitude-work-2-0-podcast-futureofwork-work2dot0-podcast/

    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.

    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)

    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.

    Timeline:

    1:50 Rob role in Airbnb.
    4:06 The need for having a chief ethics officer.
    8:23 About Intentional integrity.
    10:05 Chief eithics officers aiding the leadership.
    11:55 Ethics in the time of capitalism.
    15:36 Who should be own ethics within the company.
    19:04 Planning ethics in an organization.
    25:25 How to deal with unethical practises in an organization?
    31:25 Confronting unethical behavior.
    34:42 Ethics in hyper growth companies.
    45:20 Responsibility of a chief ethics officer.
    47:55 Being transparent during crisis.
    54:37 Rob's success mantra.
    57:08 Rob's favorite reads.
    58:46 Closing remark.

    Rob's Book:
    Intentional Integrity: How Smart Companies Can Lead an Ethical Revolution by Robert Chesnut 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 amzn.to/39WkUIe

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

    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).

    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

Customer Reviews

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Jerome Shaw 🤲🏾 ,

Lessons on leadership!

Listened to episode “Leading with Ruthless Consistency”. Great talk with Michael Canic! Wonderful messages on the concept of consistency. I completely agree that focus is key for success in all endeavors.

The lessons that are laid out in this episode are timeless for anyone interested in leading an organization. My favorite quote is about sacrificing for the best of the team. Seeing the big picture. The small affects the all.

Thank you for creating this content. Nice interviewing style and great questions. Bring the best out of your guests. Recommend this podcast to anyone interested in collaboration and growth for themselves and their organization.

WorkChef ,

Good conversation on deep work topics

Found the interview useful and thought provoking

DataDrivenDino ,

Informative & Fun

Keep up the good work!

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