Working on Purpose BEST

Working on Purpose BEST

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 showcases “mini snippets” from full episodes for a “quick-hit” powerful takeaway you can immediately put into practice for yourself or your employees. 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 understanding to the topic of work, leadership, business, and work-life integration. Working on Purpose airs live Tuesdays at 6 PM Eastern Time on W4CY. Working on Purpose BEST Podcast is brought to you by Talk 4 Podcasting (www.talk4podcasting.com/) on the Talk 4 Media Network (www.talk4media.com/).

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November 24, 2017 3 min
How can breaking out of our comfort zone help us become better leaders? Why does being mindful matter to productivity? And what’s this business about acceptance and commitment therapy helping innovation – how so? In this episode, we talk with a leading psychologist from Ireland who shares her expertise and experience working with individuals and corporate clients to help them achieve more purposeful lives and business results.

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At Soulman’s, CEO Brett Randle and his team profoundly understand that culture eats strategy for breakfast and so have purposely created theirs to excel at food, service, and cleanliness. In this episode, Brett shares his own journey into the restaurant business, how he and his team created their culture based on faith, the importance of being a creative follower, and how he has developed his own leadership style over the years tha...
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November 24, 2017 5 min
There’s much talk about the importance of leadership to set a clear vision, engage the hearts and minds of individuals within an organization, and drive critical business results. And it takes something special to drive this kind of impact in these competitive times. It takes being brave, even when we don't think we can be, but what does that really mean? Tune in and find out.

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Being a leader in today’s generationally diverse workplace is more complicated than ever before. The attitudes of the generations vary from how they value loyalty, want to be rewarded, to staying on the cutting edge of technology. This episode features the Generational Guru who helps organizations identify the obstacles and opportunities for leadership within each generation and understand the potential impact everyone can make as ...
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Leaders need followers. A business would utterly fail without the expertise of followers supporting the CEO and the company’s mission. In this episode, Baldwin shares the top five qualities employers seek when looking for great followers to support their companies, some ways followers can improve their success and fulfillment at work, and some things leaders can do for their supporters to promote thriving work environments that eve...
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