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Joy, really? In these challenging times, joy can frequently feel like a distant memory. That’s why now, more than ever, discussions need to be held on how to cultivate more joy@work – wherever and whenever “work” may be. On this podcast, we’ll interview leaders and thinkers about how to bring more joy into our everyday work lives. We’ll have conversations around creating solidarity, connection, and community on our teams as an enabler of a larger societal move toward higher purpose, equality, and justice in our No Normal world. Joy@Work is created and hosted by Kearney, one of the original management consulting firms. Learn more at kearney.com/joyatwork.
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Can we really achieve joy during such challenging times? We think that joy is more important than ever, and we’re called to lean into conversations about creating more joy.   We’re looking back at the best moments from this season of Joy@Work. Bookmark this episode for the most inspiring conversations and insights from our guests this season: Alicia Tillman, Dan Cable, Kathryn Minshew, Stephen Tang, Callie Field, and Crystal Ashby. We discuss how to help people feel safe, seen, supported and inspired in order to create true joy at work, even in our No Normal. Joy@Work is created and hosted by Kearney, one of the original management consulting firms. Learn more at kearney.com/joyatwork.
In the season finale of Joy@Work, Kathryn Minshew, co-founder and CEO of career development platform The Muse and the co-author of “The New Rules at Work: The Muse Playbook for Navigating the Modern Workplace” discusses how COVID-19 has affected both employers and candidates — for the better.   Joy@Work is produced by Kearney, a global management consulting firm. We help our clients reach their full potential and find the way forward during uncertain times. Learn more at kearney.com/joyatwork.
Why does the conversation around racial justice feel different in 2020 — and what can we do to make sure we create lasting meaningful change? Executive Leadership Council President and CEO Crystal Ashby joins Joy@Work to discuss her personal experiences processing the murder of George Floyd, being a Black woman in the corporate world, and why progress on racial justice requires buy-in from every single person in an organization. Joy@Work is produced by Kearney, a global management consulting firm. We help our clients reach their full potential and find the way forward during uncertain times. Learn more at kearney.com/joyatwork.
SAP Global CMO Alicia Tillman has always made empathy part of her leadership style, but 2020 has reinforced her core values more than ever. She joins Joy@Work to discuss leading with empathy and the structural steps she’s taken to address issues of diversity and inclusion. Joy@Work is produced by Kearney, a global management consulting firm. We help our clients reach their full potential and find the way forward during uncertain times. Learn more at kearney.com/joyatwork.  
OraSure Technologies is currently creating new testing technologies for COVID-19. But the company is responding to other big challenges, too. OraSure CEO Stephen Tang joins Joy@Work to discuss the company’s response to COVID-19, why Black Lives Matter is personal for him, and how he and his team are fighting burnout.   Joy@Work is produced by Kearney, a global management consulting firm. We help our clients reach their full potential and find the way forward during uncertain times. Learn more at kearney.com/joyatwork.
T-Mobile Executive Vice President of Customer Care Callie Field returns to Joy@Work to discuss what she’s learned leading 14,000 employees during a tumultuous year. She discusses transitioning her customer care team to work remotely, meeting the challenge of systemic racism, and how she and the T-Mobile team have navigated their merger with Sprint during a global pandemic.   Joy@Work is produced by Kearney, a global management consulting firm. We help our clients reach their full potential and find the way forward during uncertain times. Learn more at kearney.com/joyatwork.
2020 has been a very challenging year, but London Business School professor Dan Cable believes it offers lessons on making work better for everyone. In the season premiere of Joy@Work, Dan discusses how leaders can help their teams find greater purpose in their work, the power of positivity to unlock innovation, and insights from his new book, “Exceptional: Build Your Personal Highlight Reel and Unlock Your Potential.” Joy@Work is produced by Kearney, a global management consulting firm. We help our clients reach their full potential and find the way forward during uncertain times. Learn more at kearney.com/joyatwork.
2020 has brought tectonic shifts to every part of our lives, including our work lives. This season on Joy@Work, we’ll think about how joy is part of a bigger picture. We’ll have conversations about creating solidarity, connection, and community in our teams, as part of a larger societal move toward higher goals and purpose, equality, and justice in our “no normal” world. After all, can there be joy without justice? Can we truly operate at full potential at home, with colleagues, and with our loved ones without these fundamentals? Joy@Work is produced by Kearney, a global management consulting firm. We help our clients reach their full potential and find the way forward during uncertain times. Learn more at kearney.com/joyatwork.
We’re looking back at our favorite moments from season one of Joy@Work. Listen in to the ideas and stories that inspired us to infuse more joy in our work. Featuring interviews with Ingrid Fetell Lee, Jon Levy, Kathryn Parsons, Ken Davenport, Andrew Suniula, and Callie Field. Joy@Work is produced by A.T. Kearney. Learn more at atkearney.com/joyatwork.
Joy at work isn’t just about having fun, or planning celebrations. It’s not even about happiness. True joy is about having clarity of purpose, doing work you believe in, and accomplishing important milestones with others. Callie Field manages 30,000 employees, and her goal every day is to create more joyful work for each of them. Don’t miss this interview with Callie Field, executive vice president of customer care at T-Mobile.   Joy@Work is produced by A.T. Kearney. Learn more at atkearney.com/joyatwork.
For many people, sports are synonymous with joy. The joy of a big win can create memories that last forever. But what about when sports are your job? How do you capture the joy of the game every day as a professional? We interview Andrew Suniula, whose career as a professional rugby player can be traced way back to his childhood as one of seven kids growing up playing rugby together in New Zealand. Joy@Work is produced by A.T. Kearney. Learn more at atkearney.com/joyatwork.
What’s more joyful than Broadway? On this episode, Tony Award-winning Broadway producer Ken Davenport talks through the business of making incredible shows, how he finds joy in the creative process, and how we can all think about our work in a more joyful way.   Joy@Work is produced by A.T. Kearney. Learn more at atkearney.com/joyatwork.
Learning something new: it sounds like fun, and we know learning is important, but who has the time? Entrepreneur Kathryn Parsons wanted to change the way people learned to code. She set out to teach people to code in a single day. Why was she interested in the challenge, and what has she learned from her adventure in learning? On today’s episode of Joy@Work, we learn more from Decoded co-founder and CEO Kathryn Parsons. Joy@Work is produced by A.T. Kearney. Learn more at atkearney.com/joyatwork.
No matter what kind of work you do, the routine of a job can start to feel a little hum-drum after a while. So it’s worth asking how you could inject a sense of adventure and fun — novelty — into your regular work patterns. We interview behavioral scientist Jon Levy. Joy@Work is produced by A.T. Kearney. Learn more at atkearney.com/joyatwork.
We all spend a lot of time in our physical workspaces. Making small changes to the physical design of your workplace can lead to moments of joy. We dig into the life-changing magic of design at work. We interview Ingrid Fetell Lee, designer and author of “Joyful.” Joy@Work is produced by A.T. Kearney. Learn more at atkearney.com/joyatwork.
Joy@Work Trailer

Joy@Work Trailer

2019-06-1202:28

When’s the last time you felt real joy at work? If you spend most of your time focused on driving results, but not on driving more joy, you probably have a joy gap.
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