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Happiness at Work

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Happiness at Work

Happiness at Work

Management 3.0

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This is the first podcast dedicated to happiness at work. We interview authors, entrepreneurs, coaches, and industry experts to discover what they're doing to foster happiness in the workplace while living passionate and purposeful lives. At Management 3.0 we believe that happiness at work should be the 'norm' and not the exception.If you're looking for the modern day toolkit for managers and leaders who care about happiness at work, then visit www.management30.com.

Latest Episodes

Changing Leadership from a Noun to a Verb

In order to truly change, we have to feel uncomfortable, says David Mantica, Vice President and general manager for Soft Ed US, a leading provider of transformational training services that works to support companies embrace agile methods. In his second Management 3.0 podcast appearance, David delves into why it's so important to be an adaptive leader, adopt a growth mindset and for leaders to realize that the only constant, is change. For more, visit www.management30.com.

26 min3 d ago
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Changing Leadership from a Noun to a Verb

You've Got This: The Secret to Living a Brave Life

Margie Warrell wanted to write a book the reassured people. Little did she know it would come out just before coronavirus rocked the world, when everyone became in need of reassurance. Author of several inspiring books, including her latest, You've Got This: The Life-Changing Power of Trusting Yourself and host of the Live Brave podcast, Margie explains what it takes to live a purposeful and brave life. Find out why it's so important, if you're overwhelmed, so just stay still and allow yourself to really feel what's going on.

27 min1 w ago
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You've Got This: The Secret to Living a Brave Life

The Power of Questions

Most people are very generous but struggle with asking questions, says Wayne Baker author of All You Have to do is Ask, a book focused on helping individuals ask the questions that will bring them success. Find out why Wayne says three little words: Join, Give, Ask, can help push people who are afraid of asking questions into a different mentality and how to know when to ask someone a question and who to ask it to. For more happiness, visit www.management30.com.

31 min2 w ago
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The Power of Questions

What are you Pretending Not to Know?

Shelley Paxton went from Chief Marketing Officer at Harley-Davidson, to Chief Soul Officer of my her life and business. Author of Soulbbatical: A Corporate Rebel’s Guide to Finding Your Best Life and host of the Rebel Souls podcast, Shelley explains what it took for her to break away from the shackles of 'shoulds', and start living a life she was passionate about. Find out what it means to rebel for, rather than against something, and what it takes to stop lying to ourselves. Shelley Paxton is joiningForward Virtual, November 19-20. She will be talking with Christopher Tuff, National Bestselling Author of The Millennial Whisperer, about adapting for the new world of work and workers. For more happiness, visit www.management30.com.

39 min3 w ago
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What are you Pretending Not to Know?

Never Forget, You're Working with People

Author of the wildly famous, Managing for Dummies, Peter Economy takes a look back at his hit book and compares lessons with his newest book: Wait I’m the Boss?!? about what it takes to be an effective manager. Most of the key ingredients, building trust, empowering teams and knowing how to communicate, haven't changed, he says. Find out what it takes to be an excellent new manager and what habits old managers should shed. For more happiness, visit www.management30.com.

28 minOCT 30
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Never Forget, You're Working with People

Solidarity In Times of Crisis

There is no contradiction between showing solidarity and having a successful company, says Tom van der Lubbe, co-founder of Viisi and speaker at our upcoming Forward Summit, on November 19 & 20. The coronavirus has reminded everyone what matters and the importance of human connection, says Tom. Join Tom on November 19, where he speaks at Management 3.0's first Forward Virtual Summit, about remebering that one day we will die, so we should value the life we are living. Buy your tickets today! https://fwd-summit.com/virtual/program/ For more happiness, visit www.management30.com.

24 minOCT 23
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Solidarity In Times of Crisis

We're All In This Together

Years ago when Mike Robbins had to give up his baseball career due to injury, his one regret was not appreciating what he had while it was happening. Years later, the keynote speaker, podcast host and author of the new book, We're All in This Together, keeps a gratitude journal and asks himself and his family daily what they're grateful for. This has helped Mike coach and lead multinational compaines to encompass a culture of success and most of all psychological safety. Find out what it takes to create psychologically safe spaces for your teams, especially amid COVID-19, and what it looks like to appreciate what you have, when you have it. For more happiness, visit www.management30.com.

33 minOCT 16
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We're All In This Together

What it Takes to be A Financial Success

Financial guru Manisha Thakor has been able to retire at 50. Find out how this co-author of On My Own Two Feet: A Modern Girl’s Guide to Personal Finance and founder of moneyzen.com, navigated her way to financial success and what she advises people to overcome the various stages of: money shame, money guilt, money overwhelm and money confusion. An excellent podcast about making money less scary and excellent tips for entrepreneurs. For more happiness, visit www.management30.com.

39 minOCT 9
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What it Takes to be A Financial Success

The Secret to Creating Conscious Teams (remotely) & Maximizing Talent

Leaders need to be measuring results not face time, says Roberta Matuson, CEO of Matuson Consulting and author of the book Evergreen Talent: A Guide to Hiring and Cultivating a Sustainable Workforce. Find out why she says what's most important right now to creating optimal work environments, is to cut employees a break, stop micromanaging and most importantly, to genuinely check in and listen. And learn why Roberta earned the name Talent Maximizer, and how companies can maximize talent now and after COVID-19. For more happiness, visit www.management30.com.

23 minOCT 2
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The Secret to Creating Conscious Teams (remotely) & Maximizing Talent

Avoiding Anti-Scrum Patterns

Ryan Ripley, host of the podcast Agile for Humans and co-author of Fixing Your Scrum, talks about the benefits of Scrum values and Agile principles and how to avoid anti-scrum patterns. People love certainty, which makes it hard when people feel like they don't have it all figured out. For more happiness, visit www.management30.com.

24 minSEP 25
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Avoiding Anti-Scrum Patterns

Latest Episodes

Changing Leadership from a Noun to a Verb

In order to truly change, we have to feel uncomfortable, says David Mantica, Vice President and general manager for Soft Ed US, a leading provider of transformational training services that works to support companies embrace agile methods. In his second Management 3.0 podcast appearance, David delves into why it's so important to be an adaptive leader, adopt a growth mindset and for leaders to realize that the only constant, is change. For more, visit www.management30.com.

26 min3 d ago
Comments
Changing Leadership from a Noun to a Verb

You've Got This: The Secret to Living a Brave Life

Margie Warrell wanted to write a book the reassured people. Little did she know it would come out just before coronavirus rocked the world, when everyone became in need of reassurance. Author of several inspiring books, including her latest, You've Got This: The Life-Changing Power of Trusting Yourself and host of the Live Brave podcast, Margie explains what it takes to live a purposeful and brave life. Find out why it's so important, if you're overwhelmed, so just stay still and allow yourself to really feel what's going on.

27 min1 w ago
Comments
You've Got This: The Secret to Living a Brave Life

The Power of Questions

Most people are very generous but struggle with asking questions, says Wayne Baker author of All You Have to do is Ask, a book focused on helping individuals ask the questions that will bring them success. Find out why Wayne says three little words: Join, Give, Ask, can help push people who are afraid of asking questions into a different mentality and how to know when to ask someone a question and who to ask it to. For more happiness, visit www.management30.com.

31 min2 w ago
Comments
The Power of Questions

What are you Pretending Not to Know?

Shelley Paxton went from Chief Marketing Officer at Harley-Davidson, to Chief Soul Officer of my her life and business. Author of Soulbbatical: A Corporate Rebel’s Guide to Finding Your Best Life and host of the Rebel Souls podcast, Shelley explains what it took for her to break away from the shackles of 'shoulds', and start living a life she was passionate about. Find out what it means to rebel for, rather than against something, and what it takes to stop lying to ourselves. Shelley Paxton is joiningForward Virtual, November 19-20. She will be talking with Christopher Tuff, National Bestselling Author of The Millennial Whisperer, about adapting for the new world of work and workers. For more happiness, visit www.management30.com.

39 min3 w ago
Comments
What are you Pretending Not to Know?

Never Forget, You're Working with People

Author of the wildly famous, Managing for Dummies, Peter Economy takes a look back at his hit book and compares lessons with his newest book: Wait I’m the Boss?!? about what it takes to be an effective manager. Most of the key ingredients, building trust, empowering teams and knowing how to communicate, haven't changed, he says. Find out what it takes to be an excellent new manager and what habits old managers should shed. For more happiness, visit www.management30.com.

28 minOCT 30
Comments
Never Forget, You're Working with People

Solidarity In Times of Crisis

There is no contradiction between showing solidarity and having a successful company, says Tom van der Lubbe, co-founder of Viisi and speaker at our upcoming Forward Summit, on November 19 & 20. The coronavirus has reminded everyone what matters and the importance of human connection, says Tom. Join Tom on November 19, where he speaks at Management 3.0's first Forward Virtual Summit, about remebering that one day we will die, so we should value the life we are living. Buy your tickets today! https://fwd-summit.com/virtual/program/ For more happiness, visit www.management30.com.

24 minOCT 23
Comments
Solidarity In Times of Crisis

We're All In This Together

Years ago when Mike Robbins had to give up his baseball career due to injury, his one regret was not appreciating what he had while it was happening. Years later, the keynote speaker, podcast host and author of the new book, We're All in This Together, keeps a gratitude journal and asks himself and his family daily what they're grateful for. This has helped Mike coach and lead multinational compaines to encompass a culture of success and most of all psychological safety. Find out what it takes to create psychologically safe spaces for your teams, especially amid COVID-19, and what it looks like to appreciate what you have, when you have it. For more happiness, visit www.management30.com.

33 minOCT 16
Comments
We're All In This Together

What it Takes to be A Financial Success

Financial guru Manisha Thakor has been able to retire at 50. Find out how this co-author of On My Own Two Feet: A Modern Girl’s Guide to Personal Finance and founder of moneyzen.com, navigated her way to financial success and what she advises people to overcome the various stages of: money shame, money guilt, money overwhelm and money confusion. An excellent podcast about making money less scary and excellent tips for entrepreneurs. For more happiness, visit www.management30.com.

39 minOCT 9
Comments
What it Takes to be A Financial Success

The Secret to Creating Conscious Teams (remotely) & Maximizing Talent

Leaders need to be measuring results not face time, says Roberta Matuson, CEO of Matuson Consulting and author of the book Evergreen Talent: A Guide to Hiring and Cultivating a Sustainable Workforce. Find out why she says what's most important right now to creating optimal work environments, is to cut employees a break, stop micromanaging and most importantly, to genuinely check in and listen. And learn why Roberta earned the name Talent Maximizer, and how companies can maximize talent now and after COVID-19. For more happiness, visit www.management30.com.

23 minOCT 2
Comments
The Secret to Creating Conscious Teams (remotely) & Maximizing Talent

Avoiding Anti-Scrum Patterns

Ryan Ripley, host of the podcast Agile for Humans and co-author of Fixing Your Scrum, talks about the benefits of Scrum values and Agile principles and how to avoid anti-scrum patterns. People love certainty, which makes it hard when people feel like they don't have it all figured out. For more happiness, visit www.management30.com.

24 minSEP 25
Comments
Avoiding Anti-Scrum Patterns

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