ICYMI: Work @ Life – Women Rising from the Pandemic

September 24, 2021

Just in case you missed it, here’s the Season 2 of Work @ Life wrap up episode that gives you the rundown of the topics and data points Sanja Licina, Ph.d., Organizational Psychologist and President, Workforce Division of Question Pro and I discussed during our last podcast season, that was all about The First Female Recession.

If you’re not familiar with Work @ Life yet, this episode will give you a good sense of the kinds of things we talk about on the show.  Generally, we start with some good fresh data points, and in our exploration of what we call the “grey area between work and life”, we explore different aspects of culture change and how both individuals and organizations can become more human and more successful in doing so. We were both fascinated by this topic long before the pandemic, but if anything it has put in huge relief how work and life are inextricably intertwined and how paying closer attention to that truth can generate exponential growth and success.

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So now, we’ve already started Season 3, which is all about the Great… no, not the great resignation – the Great Opportunity!  Join us to dig into a different perspective on this timely topic.

Check it out here and/or subscribe on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or wherever you listen to your podcasts.

Maddie Grant

Maddie Grant, CAE, is an expert culture designer and digital strategist who focuses on helping organizations unlock the power in their culture and navigate culture change. She has specific expertise in digital transformation and generational differences in the workplace. She has explored the language of workplace culture for several years through her books, co-authored with her partner in business and life Jamie Notter, including Humanize: How People-Centric Organizations Succeed in a Social World (2011), the Amazon category best-seller When Millennials Take Over: Preparing for the Ridiculously Optimistic Future of Business (2015) and the Non-Obvious Guide to Employee Engagement (2019).
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