When we first started this podcast, we came up with the theme of “The Future Workplace”. We’re in the middle of a pandemic and it seemed to make sense to talk about the future and what the future might look like. I knew there were people I absolutely wanted to talk with. They’re smart and have a pulse on what’s happening in the HR and business world. What I didn’t realize was how integrated and aligned these conversations were.
To make this first season, the episodes weren’t recorded in the order they’re being presented. But what’s amazing to me is how they almost effortlessly build on one another to tell a story about the future workplace. In this wrap-up episode for season one, I take a moment to pull all the takeaways together.
If you haven’t listened to the previous episodes, here they are for easy listening:
We’ve been talking about a podcast for a very long time. It’s great to see it come to life. And we’ve learned some things along the way. Yes, about producing a show. But more importantly, we learned from our guests. When we bring people together and let them be themselves – let them share their knowledge, great things can happen. I think that’s what the future workplace is all about.
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