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This podcast features doctors, scientists, business leaders and experts who are at the leading edge of the Work Reset Revolution and changing the way we are doing things at work. Empowering organisations and employees to proactively prevent burnout.Hosted by Cara de Lange, it shares messages and advice to help change the way we work and lay the stepping stones for the next generation. Work Reset Revolution is brought to you by Softer Success - your burnout prevention partner Visit www.softer ...
 
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Tristan A. Foerster is the CEO and Co-founder of ClimatePartner. Tristan A. Foerster has been the Managing Director of ClimatePartner since 2011. The economics graduate (Freiburg, Paris) was the personal assistant of Roland Berger and advised banks and insurance companies. He has experience in the business development of online service providers su…
 
Rachel Davison is Head of New Business & Marketing at Oak Engage and formerly HR Director there too. In this episode, Rachel shares the concept of unlimited holidays and fluid working. Time Stamp [0:25] What are the biggest crisis affecting the modern workplace? [2:46] Whats is the concept of unlimited holidays [5:28] The concept of fluid working […
 
Dr. Steven MacGregor shares his expertise on well being in the workplace and what the work reset revolution looks like. Dr. Steven MacGregor is founder of Leadership Academy Barcelona and author of Chief Wellbeing Officer, The Daily Reset. Global expert in workplace health, wellbeing and performance with PhD and Master's degree in design thinking a…
 
Liane Hornsey, chief people officer at Palo Alto Networks talks about how their flex network approach is allowing them to get high employee engagement and how they are prioritising mental health and well being in the workplace. Liane Hornsey joined Palo Alto Networks as chief people officer in September 2018. Liane previously served as chief people…
 
Dr. Ela Manga is the founder of Breathwork Africa, and also the author of BREATHE: Strategising Energy in the Age of Burnout. How many of us stop breathing and hold tension in our bodies when we’re working? How many of us even notice that we’re doing that automatically? Dr Ela Manga shares the increasingly popular universal technique to reverse the…
 
Tony Strows is Learning and Development Director at Philips, currently focusing on innovating the employee experience at Philips. Summary It’s not only the customer experience that needs designing… the employee experience is a growing field of research and design. Tony Strows of Philips is doing just that, directing the efforts towards innovative p…
 
Jo Yarker is an organizational psychologist and director at Affinity Health at Work. She also runs programs at Birkbeck University. In conversations about work-life balance and managing work stress, the burden is often placed on the individual: wake up earlier, commit to a better schedule, drink more water. What if we approach the issue as a collec…
 
Danielle Hellebrand is a neuroscientist who worked for 20 years in the Human Resource field. In 2011 she quit her corporate job and dove into the world of psychology, neurobiology and cognitive neurosciences. By now everyone knows stress is harmful for the body. How about the brain? Neuroscientist Danielle Hellebrand of Better Brains at Work breaks…
 
Mireia Las Heras is a Professor in the Managing People in Organizations Department at IESE Business School. Since 2019 she serves as the Director of the International Center for Work and Family. She is an Industrial Engineer by training, holds an MBA from IESE Business School, and a Doctorate in Business Administration from Boston University. Her s…
 
Karina Nielsen is professor of work psychology at Sheffield University. Over our careers, we all tend to figure out our own “best practices” -- bit like workplace self-care. There’s a term for it, “job crafting”, and Karina Nielsen is here to discuss how to take it to the next level. Time stamps [1:17] The concept of ‘job crafting’ [5:23] The role …
 
Teena Clouston is a professor in occupational therapy, life balance and well-being at Cardiff University. She deconstructs what we think of as normal and unchangeable practices in the workplace, promotes the human aspects of productivity, and encourages us to rethink what “sustainability” really means. Summary The industry of work is filled with bu…
 
Joe Ryle is on a mission to change the way we structure our work week -- gone are the 5-day working weeks where people are dead most of the week and looking forward to two days for relief. Join his campaign to persuade corporations and governments to prioritise mental health over stress and low productivity. Summary Stress is the workplace crisis t…
 
Michael P. Leiter, Ph.D., is an organisational psychologist interested in the relationships of people with their work. He has been professor of Industrial and Organisational Psychology at Deakin University in the Faculty of Health and Canada Research Chair in Occupational Health at Acadia University. He is currently a professor at St. Mary’s Univer…
 
Episode 8 We interview Edward Goodchild on: staying endlessly curious, keeping kindness at the heart of your actions, how to determine your own narrative, start with an idea, and willingly embrace failure. At his heart, Ed is an enthusiastic innovator and perennial entrepreneur. On top of building the Zendht Venture Studio, he is an independent adv…
 
Episode 7 We interview Anthony Main, on: fuelling your entrepreneurial spirit disconnecting to create better balance networking consciously, even online sharing, and keeping it human, and little pivots, not full 180s. Having started his work with a portfolio career, Anthony has gone on to create The Distance, an award winning App agency, and is now…
 
Episode 6 We interview Cara de Lange, on: creating your own schedule to avoid burnout lockdown and the acceptance commitment method getting perspective on loneliness dialling your career up and down and how it takes a tribe. With her career foundations in business administration for global organisations including Google, Cara has taken her Mental H…
 
Episode 5 We interview Leila Rastegar Zegna, investor, philanthropist, and founder of Kindred Capital VC, on: how to approach success intrinsically, living a portfolio life, not just working in a portfolio career, work-life integration, not balance, using your competitive spirit as a driving force, prioritisation and balance with intention. Leila’s…
 
Episode 4 We interview Steve Chambers, Urban Planning and Transport expert on the importance of: selling yourself as an expert saving time for self promotion investing in yourself finding your own way in, and creating success in new opportunities. Steve is an advocate for charities of all sizes involved in the built environment and sustainable tran…
 
PortfolioCast Episode 3 We interview Tina Orlando, Coach and Counsellor to executive professionals on: how where you start is just the beginning, not the end, career pivot - the creation of her communication agency, why she became an executive coach, juggling a portfolio career with a family, and never underestimating the importance of your network…
 
PortfolioCast Episode 2 We interview Hannah D'Souza, Integrative Psychotherapist and Counsellor on: What led her to a portfolio career How specialising can create more opportunities Facing misconceptions in order to work wherever, whenever Learning to never settle, and to plan ahead Having confidence to stay with the uncomfortable feeling Hannah is…
 
PortfolioCast Episode 1 We interview Ben Legg, CEO and co-founder of The Portfolio Collective on: - What is a portfolio career? - Why he started The Portfolio Collective - The benefits of a portfolio career - Who would suit a portfolio career - How it has changed his life Ben is a former COO of Google Europe, global technology CEO, McKinsey consult…
 
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