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Workplace Intelligence with Dan Schawbel

JaffeJuiceTV

WFH AKA Work from Home has been our reality over the past 15 months, but what happens now?Does it all go back to the way things were pre-2020?Or do we need to get REALLY REALLY comfortable with a hybrid workplace as the new normal?Tonight on Joseph Jaffe is not Famous, Dan Schawbel is my very famous guest and we’ll discuss not just how work has changed but more importantly, what’s to come... Plus another performance from a talented creator. Join us!As I countdown to my open-heart surgery, I’d love to invite you to support myself, my work and the show at rally.io/creator/JAFFE. There are a series of participation and reward levels all connected with and integrated into the show (and yes, there’ll be an NFT as well!) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

1hr 7mins

3 Jun 2021

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Workplace Expert Dan Schawbel on Fading Fears of Robot Replacement

Machine Meets World

“They were afraid that these robots were going to take their jobs.” Not so much anymore. Workplace expert Dan Schawbel explains changing feelings about technology on #MachineMeetsWorld. --- Email the show: mmw@infiniaml.com --- Video + transcript: https://bit.ly/3m4aC0p

9mins

30 Mar 2021

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Ep. #32. Dan Schawbel: How do you learn at work?

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"Back to Human: How Great Leaders Create Connection in the Age of Isolation" by Dan Schawbel (2018) (http://bit.ly/3bEL8Db) "A shared learning culture in which employees are always acquiring new skills and honing existing ones increases loyalty and decreases turnover. It also improves morale by developing employees into mutual supporters and champions for one another. It's important to move them away from a typical 'winner-takes-all' or 'every-person-for-themself' mentality and toward one that embraces collaboration and helpfulness. Workers who become good at shifting back and forth between teacher and student are humbler and have fewer ego issues" (p. 66). References: Dan Schawbel (https://twitter.com/DanSchawbel) qwivid (https://qwivid.com/) Kristina Ishmael (https://twitter.com/kmishmael) "Anatomy of Peace: Resolving the Heart of Conflict" by The Arbinger Institute (https://bit.ly/3ezGPuO) "Leadership and Self-Deception: Getting Out of the Box" by the Arbinger Institute (https://bit.ly/3tdRvEn) The Arbinger Institute (https://arbinger.com/) Michael Lipset, PhD of PassTell Stories (http://www.michaellipset.com/) Connect: Twitter (https://twitter.com/mjcraw) Website (https://www.mjcraw.com) Music from Digi G'Alessio CC BY-NC-ND 3.0 (https://bit.ly/2IyV71i)

8mins

12 Mar 2021

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[WORK] Ep.145 How To Navigate The Future of the Workplace w/ Dan Schawbel

You Turn Podcast w/ Ashley Stahl

How prepared are you for the future? This week Ash talks to Dan Schawbel, a best selling author, podcast host, and managing partner of Workplace Intelligence, all about the implications of Covid-19 on the workforce. Whether you own a business owner or are an employee for a large corporation, Dan shares powerful insight into how to establish yourself for success moving forward with the ongoing changes in the workplace. You don’t want to miss this timely and valuable episode! Dan and Ash walk through managing burnout and mental health, what the new normal will be, along with what specific industries and skillsets the workforce needs now, and in the future, that you must be aware of! If you are on the job hunt, Dan walks through two strategies for landing a job and shares why having a job, even if it isn’t your dream role, is a powerful tool for getting the job you actually want. In This Episode, You Will Learn: What the future of the workplace will look like due to Covid-19. Tips for managing burnout and remaining productive. The one skillset you need to manage the “new normal” The most in-demand skill sets and industries for the future. Strategies for landing your dream job. Resources: Back To Human by Dan Schawbel Me 2.0: Build a Powerful Brand to Achieve Career Success by Dan Schawbel Where You Can Find Dan Schawbel: https://danschawbel.com/ 5 Questions Podcast IG: @danswchawbel Promotion: Want to upgrade your health? Organifi has a very special promotion on their GOLDEN Chocolate Bundle, order now at organifi.com/youturn and get 15% off at check out AND receive a FREE frother (available from November 12 - 19th)

46mins

11 Nov 2020

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The Two Most Impactful HR Trends with Dan Schawbel, New York Times Bestselling Author & Managing Partner of Workplace Intelligence

Be More - a podcast by Peakon

Full show notes here: https://peakon.com/blog/workplace-culture/the-two-trends-most-impacting-hrIf you enjoyed this episode, then please either:Subscribe, rate and review on Apple PodcastsFollow on Spotify

26mins

30 Sep 2020

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Ep. 179 | Humanize Your Work with Dan Schawbel

Resist Average Academy | Tommy Baker

We all work so hard —but for what?  Our latest guess argues that we are working for the sake of working —and losing ourselves in the process as well as the most important part of our lives —building connected and thriving relationships. Enter the latest Academy guest —Dan Schawbel. Dan is a NYT bestselling author and the Managing Partner of Workplace Intelligence, a research and advisory firm helping HR adapt to trends, drive performance and prepare for the future. He is the bestselling author of three career books: Back to Human, Promote Yourself and Me 2.0. Schawbel is also the host of the 5 Questions podcast, where he interviews world-class humans like Richard Branson, Condoleezza Rice, Rachael Ray, Gary Vaynerchuk, and Jay Shetty. Inside this conversation, you’re going to learn how to level up your career, be a linchpin, standout in a crowded marketplace —be more human at work and how that oddly enough is the key to your next level of success and fulfillment.  Ep. 180 | Dan Schawbel Quotes “The people you work with are more important than the work you do.” —Dan Schawbel. “It’s all who you know, especially if you want to be a superstar.” —Dan Schawbel. "If we're always on, we're never present." — Dan Schawbel "Not having your phone is the new vacation." — Dan Schawbel MASTERCLASS: MAKE 2020 THE YEAR EVERYTHING CHANGED This is why I created a special Masterclass Experience —Make 2020 The Year Everything Changed. Inside this high-level training only my paid clients receive access to, you’re going to discover how to: Release overwhelm, fear and procrastination Get massive clarity on your vision Reverse engineer your goals and targets Step into your personal power and confidence Create exponential growth momentum and results ...and most importantly —feel like you’re back in the driver’s seat and on the right track in your life and business. ACCESS FREE THE MASTERCLASS HERE: >>> ResistAverage2020.com LIKED WHAT YOU HEARD? There are countless podcasts out there. If you have ever gotten any value from the Academy… Please take 60-90 seconds to tell the world why. What is it about the Academy that makes you tune in? Head over to iTunes, search for the Academy, click 'write a review' and submit...it would mean the world! Our new website is live! Ensure you don't miss a thing and join us on this platform by grabbing your special audio training (this can't be found anywhere else) right here: ASK US A QUESTION AND BE FEATURED: Have a burning question, challenge or issue you want to be coached on? Be featured on the Academy with our Quick Hit Q+A here: https://resistaverageacademy.com/ask-a-question/

52mins

1 Aug 2020

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Episode 40: Returning Back To Human with Dan Schawbel

Leaders Create Leaders

In this new episode of the Leaders Create Leaders podcast, I bring on my good friend and New York Times bestselling author of the book “Back To Human: How Great Leaders Create Connection In The Age of Isolation” Dan Schawbel.Dan is a human connection expert who studies the importance of human connection in an age where we rely on technology to keep us connected. I wrote an article a few months back talking about how the new online is offline and the need for people to connect in person rather than through social media.Show Notes:[0:00] Forced To Adapt To COVID-19: Dan shares how we’ve all been forced to play certain roles that we may not have stepped into in the past.[4:57] Dan shares his perspective around what he believes society and the world will take from the pandemic and the main focus for the next decade will be MENTAL HEALTH.[12:31] Gerard shares how he’s adopted what’s called the appreciate challenge to help him feel more connected with others and let them know he’s thinking about them.[15:05] Gerard and Dan discuss why business will never be the same after the pandemic slows down and what to expect.[21:06] Dan and Gerard dive into the importance of developing certain skill sets that can allow you to work and make money in any type of economy.[38:37] Gerard and Dan dive into what it takes to build a successful personal brand.[49:08] Gerard shares the first time he accidentally ran into Will Smith.[51:40] Gerard and Dan answer questions from the audience.Connect with Dan Schawbel:Instagram: @danschawbelPodcast: 5 Questions with Dan SchawbelLinkedIn: Dan SchawbelConnect with Gerard Adams here:Website: http://bit.ly/38yXQ2oInstagram: http://bit.ly/2whfdXd YouTube: http://bit.ly/2vKK8uHLinkedIn: https://bit.ly/GlinkedinTwitter: http://bit.ly/2SV94rx

56mins

28 Jul 2020

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Dan Schawbel on Personal Branding and Humanity in the Workplace

Elevate with Robert Glazer

Dan Schawbel, is part of a new generation of business leaders.  He is the Managing Partner of Workplace Intelligence, a research and advisory firm helping HR adapt to trends, drive performance and prepare for the future. He is the New York Times bestselling author of three books: Back to Human, Promote Yourself and Me 2.0, and the host of the 5 Questions podcast, where he interviews world-class humans like Richard Branson, Condoleezza Rice, Rachael Ray, Gary Vaynerchuk, and Jay Shetty.  Dan joined host Robert Glazer on the Elevate Podcast to discuss personal branding, the future of work, and prioritizing mental health in the professional world. 

40mins

14 Jul 2020

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Dan Schawbel on how HR can bring humanity to the post-pandemic workplace

HRD Live Podcast

In a matter of weeks, businesses around the world will attempt a return to the working world we once knew. While there is no way of knowing for certain what the greatest challenges will be, or how long any semblance of stability will last, HR’s responsibilities towards the workforce remain unchanged, and in the post-pandemic workplace, are now more important than ever. In this episode of the HRD Live Podcast, Michael Hocking is joined by Dan Schawbel. Dan is the New York Times Bestselling Author of Back to Human: How Great Leaders Create Connection in the Age of Isolation, and Promote Yourself: The New Rules for Building an Outstanding Career, and is Managing Partner of research and advisory firm, Workplace Intelligence. This wide-ranging conversation runs the gamut of HR’s responsibilities in the post-pandemic world of 2020 and beyond, in a landscape entirely redefined by the COVID-19 pandemic. Michael and Dan dive deep into the realities of the post-pandemic office space, defining flexible working, the role of leadership and the renewed importance of mental health on the HR agenda. Listen via Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitchr, HRD Connect, or wherever you get your podcasts. Subscribe for a brand new episode every week! The post Dan Schawbel on how HR can bring humanity to the post-pandemic workplace appeared first on HRD.

30mins

3 Jul 2020

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How They Got There: Dan Schawbel

The Ken Coleman Show

How They Got There is a podcast from career expert, Ken Coleman featuring interviews with successful men and women who are living out their dream careers. On this episode of How They Got There, Dan Schawbel. Dan is a New York Times bestselling author, serial entrepreneur, startup advisor, and an expert in the career and workplace fields. He has been recognized on several lists including Inc. Magazine’s “30 Under 30.” Listen to Dan's podcast Get Hired Guides The Proximity Principle

31mins

3 Apr 2020

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