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Stop the Brain Drain: Why Companies Need to Prioritize Caregiver Benefits | Anita Gardyne

April 9, 2021 / Daniel Lamadrid / Future Of Work Podcast

Anita Darden Gardyne, President & CEO of Onēva discusses how offering caregiver benefits can help prevent brain drain and help employees bring their whole selves to work.


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Remote Work Isn’t Going Anywhere: Adapt Or Get Left Behind | Brie Reynolds

March 26, 2021 / Cecilia Amador de San José / Future Of Work Podcast

Brie Reynolds from FlexJobs chats about remote work best practices–from hiring to onboarding–how remote work has evolved over the past 14 years, and what skills are needed to thrive in remote jobs.


Flexible Workspaces Will Need to Become More Flexible | Mark Hemmeter

March 19, 2021 / Frank Cottle / Future Of Work Podcast

Office Evolution Founder and CEO, Mark Hemmeter, talks about Ohana, franchising, and why flex space operators will need more flexiblity in the post-pandemic world.


Building an Authentic and Inclusive Culture that Lasts | Brett Putter

March 12, 2021 / Jo Meunier (née Disney) / Future Of Work Podcast

Culture development expert, Brett Putter, has worked with companies all over the world, ranging from startups to successful remote companies like Buffer and Zapier. Here, he shares how it’s done.


Gen Z is Growing Up: Here’s What They’ll Bring to the Future of Work | Carolyn Cirillo

March 5, 2021 / Jo Meunier (née Disney) / Future Of Work Podcast

Carolyn Cirillo, Workplace Research manager at Knoll talks about the power of Gen Z and how they can bring positive change to the workplace.


The Four Types Of Procrastinators According To Experts, And How To Not Be One | Ali Schiller and Marissa Boisvert

October 30, 2020 / Cecilia Amador de San José / Future Of Work Podcast

What type of procrastinator are you? In this episode, Ali Schiller and Marissa Boisvert, expert accountability coaches and co-owners of Accountability Works, share the four types of procrastinators that exist, the reasons for each one and how to beat them in order to achieve your goals.


The Future Of Employee Benefits: Healthcare And Income Protection Will Take Center Stage | Kara Hoogensen

October 23, 2020 / Cecilia Amador de San José / Future Of Work Podcast

In this podcast episode, Kara Hoogensen, Senior VP of Specialty Benefits at Principal Financial Group, discusses how employee benefits are changing as companies adopt hybrid work models and tune into employee needs outside of the workplace.


Billion Dollar Loser: The Rise And Fall Of WeWork | Reeves Wiedeman

October 16, 2020 / Frank Cottle / Future Of Work Podcast

In this podcast episode with Frank Cottle, author Reeves Wiedeman offers the inside story on his new book, ‘Billion Dollar Loser’, which focuses on the dramatic rise and spectacular fall of WeWork — the much-hyped startup and its effervescent founder, Adam Neumann.


The Future Of Post-Pandemic Workplace Design | Bob Fox

October 9, 2020 / Frank Cottle / Future Of Work Podcast

Chairman and Principal of FOX Architects, Bob Fox dives in to the permanent changes covid19 will have on workplace design, the most important one being how workspaces will have to be designed to connect and bring people together to collaborate and interact rather than just for productivity and space efficiency.


Rethinking Space-as-a-Service and Challenging the Status Quo | Caleb Parker

October 2, 2020 / Jo Meunier (née Disney) / Future Of Work Podcast

Caleb Parker, CEO and founder of Bold, is an innovator in the space-as-a-service industry. In this episode, Caleb talks about the growing demand from building owners to bring more flexibility and hospitality into their offering, and why now is the time to think ‘Bold’ and challenge the workplace status quo.


Space for Creativity and the Future of Workplace Design | David Schwarz

September 4, 2020 / Jo Meunier (née Disney) / Future Of Work Podcast

David Schwarz, the founding partner at HUSH, specializes in designing brand experiences and spaces that foster creativity, collaboration, and trust. In this episode, David breaks down the concept of experience design and how looking at an organization through different design lenses — like space, light, sound, and material — enables HUSH to craft an experience that positions the brand’s story in the real world, and resonates with its audience in an impactful and meaningful way.


Future Of Work: How Flexibility Is Disrupting CRE | Joe Brady

August 21, 2020 / Frank Cottle / Future Of Work Podcast

Joe Brady, CEO of the Americas for the Instant Group, discusses what it means for CRE when work can happen anywhere, and why flexibility is fast becoming the new top priority for corporations and real estate companies everywhere.


Future of Work: The Importance of Having an Insider Risk Program in Place | Joe Payne

July 31, 2020 / Cecilia Amador de San José / Future Of Work Podcast

Joe Payne, CEO of Code42 Software talks about why organizations should have an insider risk program in place, the role of training in preventing breaches, and some red-flags companies should look out for.


Fear of Re-entry Is Real: Understanding the Role of Leaders in Creating Psychological Safety | Dr. Michelle McQuaid

July 24, 2020 / Cecilia Amador de San José / Future Of Work Podcast

Dr. Michelle McQuaid, Co-Founder of the Wellbeing Lab, talks about psychological safety, why it’s now more important than ever, and why measuring wellbeing is key to success.


How High Impact Work with Flexibility Opens the Door for Inclusive Hiring Practices | Brea Starmer

July 17, 2020 / Cecilia Amador de San José / Future Of Work Podcast

Brea Starmer, Founder of Lions + Tigers, chats with Ceci Amador de San Jose about the importance of flexibility in high impact work. During the podcast, Ceci and Brea discuss how flexibility can improve diversity and inclusion efforts, as well as the organizational advantages of having a diverse workforce.