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Financial Times
Working It
Whether you’re the boss, the deputy or on your way up, we’re shaking up the way the world works. This is the podcast about doing work differently. Join host Isabel Berwick every Wednesday for expert analysis and watercooler chat about ahead-of-the-curve workplace trends, the big ideas shaping work today - and the old habits we need to leave behind. Brought to you by the Financial Times. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more...
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Ratings & Reviews
4.6 stars from 165 ratings
super relevant and concise
…with perfect balance of empathy for front-line knowledge workers.
@edolan via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/08/23
Enjoying the diverse topics
Great for an office environment. How can I suggest a topic? You need contact details on the show notes.
Feistylady via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 09/18/23
Just started listening and am slowly working my way through the back catalogue. Really enjoyable and interesting. Especially like that the episodes are a manageable length.
jack isaac via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 08/23/23
Recent Episodes
Published 02/20/24
If you’ve ever helped a colleague out just so they’d like you, or overburdened yourself to make your boss’s life easier, you may think of yourself as a good team player. But you might actually be a people-pleaser. Host Isabel Berwick speaks to NYU psychology professor Tessa West, who explains why...
Published 02/20/24
Few things at work are more frustrating than tedious bureaucracy – and few things make employees happier than when their managers get rid of it. Isabel Berwick speaks to Huggy Rao, professor of organisational behaviour at Stanford, and co-author of 'The Friction Project,' to find out how managers...
Published 02/13/24
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