In this episode with Sophie Wade, we talked about the following:
30 transition from strategic work to flexible work
2: 45 What we need to know about ourselves and different generations – developing empathy
- 5:00 How she got more focussed during her work days, by working fewer days, and it improved quality family time.
5: 46 What she learned about Millenials and Gen Z
7: 20 Technology’ s impact on millennials
9: 40 What are the differences with Gen Zs? Concerns about Job security, staying current, and upskilling
11: 30 New roles emerging
13: 50 How can leaders attract people to work for them?
17: 30 Help them keep learning
19: 10 Empathetic leadership – seeing life from their point of view
30 Co- create together
- 22:00 Love is the killer app – Tim Sanders
- 24:00 Decentralised decision making
26: 15 Impact and consequences of the pandemic
27: 20 Gen Z is not being intentionally disruptive it’ s fresh eyes
30: 00 How to develop empathy and empathy habits
- 30:30 Helen Riess and Frans de Waal
32: 50 Three kinds of empathy – Cognitive, affective, and act with empathy
35: 19 How to start a meeting positively to create a connection
Sophie Wade is a work futurist and Workforce Innovation Specialist at Future-of-Work consultancy, Flexcel Network. Over 550,000 people have taken her LinkedIn video courses on Gen Z, Future of Work skills, and empathy.
Sophie’s executive advisory work and transformative workshops help leaders adapt to digitalized business conditions and modern work and attract, engage, and retain a multigenerational distributed workforce.
Sophie has written two books on the Future of Work, the most recent one is “Empathy Works: The Key to Competitive Advantage in the New Era of Work” [5/2022]. Sophie hosts the internationally popular podcast “Transforming Work with Sophie Wade”.
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Books by Sophie
- Embracing Progress: Next Steps for the Future of Work (2017)
- Empathy Works: The Key to Competitive Advantage in the New Era of Work (2022)