Working on Purpose

Working on Purpose

WORK. For some, its utter lack of perceived significance makes them desperately want for something more, while for others being on the job allows the highest level of fulfillment and even provides a centering life purpose. Think about it: We spend at least a full third of our lives either preparing for work via school or actually being in the workforce. Why not look for ways to maximize the meaning, positive sentiment, and performance contribution associated with it? This show explores timely topics about work to help listeners more meaningfully and productively connect with their work, while helping organizations to do the same for their employees. Anyone looking for guidance, inspiration, and examples on how to get unstuck at work or move to a higher level of meaning or contribution will enjoy tuning in. We’ll hear from experts with keen insights into their fields as they relate to meaningful and productive work, and from authors who have contributed their... Show More
November 21, 2019 51 min

Unconscious bias is a short cut technique we all employ to try to deal with the constant onslaught of information we confront every day. Using it in the workplace often results in limited input to decisions to hire, promote, and develop individuals within the organization. The more we can be challenged by others and ourselves to consider and re-evaluate how we perceive and judge others, we develop acumen to more quickly recognize our unconscious bias and become effective in dancing with life.

Working on Purpose Radio Show is broadcast live at Tuesday's at 6PM ET on W4CY Radio (www.w4cy.com) part of Talk 4 Radio (www.talk4radio.com) on the Talk 4 Media Network (www.talk4media.com). This podcast is also available on Talk 4 Podcasting (www.talk4podcasting.com).

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