How Warby Parker Co-Founder Dave Gilboa Balances the Art and Science of Looking at the Future
The Future of Work Podcast With Jacob Morgan
by Jacob Morgan
20h ago
Dave Gilboa is the co-founder and co-CEO of Warby Parker. An online retailer of glasses, sunglasses, and contact lenses which was founded in 2010. Today Warby Parker is a publicized traded company with a market cap of almost $2 billion and over 3,000 employees.  In today’s discussion we look at the importance of values and vision in growing and running a business, how to turn an idea into a product or service, and how Dave sets personal and professional goals. Subscribers to Leading the Future of Work + will also get a bonus episode where Dave talks about how to create trust, the importan ..read more
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Do You Have To Love Your Job?
The Future of Work Podcast With Jacob Morgan
by Jacob Morgan
5d ago
I don’t like every part of my job. I don’t like if I'm working with a difficult client, don't get a speaking gig that I was excited for, or am working on a project I don’t like. But that doesn’t mean I don’t love my job. It’s ok to not like some parts of your job. You don’t need to love every minute of your job. It’s ok to have bad days where you're frustrated, feel a little bit disengaged, or are tired. ------------------ Get ad-free listening, early access to new episodes and bonus episodes with the subscription version of the show The Future of Work Plus. To start it will only be avail ..read more
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How to Navigate Inflection Points for Career and Personal Growth, According to Best-selling Author Rita McGrath
The Future of Work Podcast With Jacob Morgan
by Jacob Morgan
1w ago
Rita McGrath  is a best-selling author and long-time professor at Columbia Business School. She received the #1 award in strategy from Thinkers50 and is one of the top 10 management thinkers in the world. When it comes to strategy and innovation you won’t find anyone smarter than Rita. In today’s discussion we look at what Elon Musk is doing with Twitter and if it’s a good idea, the current strategy for Meta and if they are on the wrong track, what really happened to Kodak, and how to identify and act on personal inflection points. ------------------ Get ad-free listening, early access to ..read more
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What Can Leaders Learn From Teenagers
The Future of Work Podcast With Jacob Morgan
by Jacob Morgan
1w ago
Have you ever noticed that when we have a problem with technology, we often turn to our kids? In today's world, every company is a technology company. That means that every leader needs to be a technology-driven leader. This doesn’t mean you should learn how to create your own AI or be able to build your own blockchain. But you need to understand the different technologies, how they might impact your business, team, and career, and where the potential opportunities might be. You need to master the skill of the technology teenager. You need to embrace technology. ------------------ Get ad-free ..read more
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3 Aspects of Leadership from Cornerstone OnDemand CEO Himanshu Palsule
The Future of Work Podcast With Jacob Morgan
by Jacob Morgan
2w ago
Himanshu Palsule is the CEO of Cornerstone, a 4,000 person talent experience platform with thousands of business customers and millions of users around the world. Himanshu and his wife came to the U.S. from Bombay in the 80’s for a one year project at IBM that they both worked on, and they never left. In today’s discussion we take a look at some pretty tough topics, including cancel culture, if workers today have a sense of loyalty, pride, and work ethic, if it’s crazy that we have to entice people to go back to work, and how leadership and the workplace as a whole are both changing. We also e ..read more
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Why Physical Space Matters For Employee Experience
The Future of Work Podcast With Jacob Morgan
by Jacob Morgan
2w ago
If you were to write down your corporate values on a piece of paper and walk around your space, would you see these values come to life? In the eyes of your employees, your physical space acts as a symbol that represents what your organization stands for. If your employees are on the frontlines, the customer experience starts to mimic the employee experience because that is where employees are working. The physical space is 30% of the overall employee experience and should reflect the values of the organization. ------------------ Get ad-free listening, early access to new episodes and bonus e ..read more
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How NASA Chief Dr. Thomas Zurbuchen Encourages Employees to Speak Up
The Future of Work Podcast With Jacob Morgan
by Jacob Morgan
3w ago
Dr. Thomas Zurbuchen who is the Associate Administrator at NASA Science. He actually just stepped down from his role after leading NASA science for over 6 years. He’s behind many of the space initiatives over the past few years including the Mars Lander InSight and the James Webb Telescope.  Today’s episode we discuss how old the universe is and if there is intelligent life somewhere in space, if we are living in a computer simulation or parallel universe, and how big our universe really is. It’s not all space talk though, Thomas also shares how he makes decisions and deals with failure ..read more
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Two Skills of Yoda That Leaders Should Learn More About
The Future of Work Podcast With Jacob Morgan
by Jacob Morgan
3w ago
The skill of Yoda is one of the most important things to have for future leaders. This means having empathy and self-awareness. Empathy is about being able to put yourself in somebody else's shoes and understanding their perspective and where they're coming from. Self-awareness is about how you view yourself internally and how other people view you externally This is a crucial skill for leaders to master, especially in this virtual world where we're trying to connect with each other. The ability to connect on a human level is all about emotional intelligence, which comes down to empathy and se ..read more
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How Former Co-CEO of Workday Chano Fernandez Harnesses the Power of Positivity & Embraces Vulnerability
The Future of Work Podcast With Jacob Morgan
by Jacob Morgan
1M ago
Chano Fernandez, Former Co-CEO of Workday, a software solution provider with 17,000 employees that supports 50% of the fortune 500 companies.  He grew up in one of the poorest regions of Spain, and has now lived in London for over 10 years. Chano is responsible for Workdays customer acquisition, and is also one of the companies board directors.  In today’s episode Chano shares his experiences and the importance of having a strong work culture and values, difficult moments he has experienced in his career, the roles of and ethics between different work titles, and how he balances his ..read more
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AI Isn't New It's Been Around For 1,000+ Years!
The Future of Work Podcast With Jacob Morgan
by Jacob Morgan
1M ago
Throughout history, we’ve created jobs that were perfect for AI. They were repetitive jobs that anybody could do. But we didn't have AI before. We didn't have bots and robots that could do these things. So what did we do? We put humans in those jobs. Now, we're at the point where we actually have the AI technology that can do the jobs that were designed for them. And that poses a very important question for us as humans. What does that mean for humans? What does that mean for work? --------------------- This episode is sponsored by Cornerstone. Cornerstone combines best-in-class learning with ..read more
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