Vulnerability in the Workplace

March 29, 2021 Kasey Chas

Every Tuesday, PROPEL’s co-founder Maddie Grant joins QuestionPro’s Sanja Licina for some transparent conversation on topics surrounding work, life, culture, and the employee experience. Combining recent research on hot organizational topics and data from polls sent out to the viewers and survey participants around the country, Work @ Life provides a real perspective on what employees and leadership have to say. The best part? The conversation is streamed live so that YOU can join the discussion too.

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Last week, Maddie and Sanja discussed their most recent poll topics, work and life development. After asking 300 US workers who and what they relied on for their own personal and professional development the duo found out that while family and friends are the go-to group for personal advice, many US professionals wouldn’t choose to seek professional advice from other associates. In fact 14% of respondents turn to Google before consulting with a colleague. This episode of Work @ Life also dove a bit deeper into mentorship programs available to US workers, make sure to watch the replay to find out just how prevalent these development programs are.

Maddie and Sanja go live again tomorrow, March 30th, to have a more personal conversation about vulnerability and shame. After sending surveys regarding the topic of vulnerability, the responses are impactful. How do you view vulnerability, as a weakness or as a strength? Does vulnerability play a role in organizational culture and success? Join Maddie and Sanja for Work @ Life live tomorrow at 1pm EST to find out the part vulnerability plays in work and life.

 

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Kasey Chas

Focusing on people operations, engagement, and professional development, Kasey supports from behind the scenes while organizations across the country align with their vision and create a lasting impact. Kasey uses her experience as a former behavior therapist and mindfulness practitioner to implement behavior analytics and applied positive psychology into delivering programs to enhance motivation and performance.