Learn from Google, Yahoo, Apple, Facebook, Warren Buffet & More On How to Make the World’s Greatest Workplace, Even if You Work For Yourself to Become More Productive, Creative & Successful!
If you’ve ever wondered how to become a super-star at whatever you do, to improve your performance, your creativity, your energy levels, decision-making ability and job satisfaction, or if you run your own business or team and want to improve everyone’s productivity, creativity, and success, then do we have the show for you!
In this episode, we’ll be talking with performance and business expert and award-winning psychologist,Ron Friedmann PhD, author of The Best Place to Work: The Art and Science of Creating an Extraordinary Workplace.
We’ll talk about places like Google, Yahoo, and the latest .com’s and out-of-the-box companies and the revolutionary, employee-friendly tactics they’re using that we can all learn from. We’ll look at how we can become more productive, creative, happier at our jobs, but not too happy, and how we can go from average to off-the-charts in whatever we do.
Plus we’ll look at Babe Ruth, “failure parties”, when it’s time to crawl under your desk, and what in the world Dance Dance Revolution, Monica Seles and grunting have to do with productivity!
NOTE: This January, check out Ron Friedman’s The Peak Work Performance Summit, an online conference on how we can all leverage evidence-based research to live happier, healthier, and more productive lives. You’ll find many Inspire Nation podcast guests at the summit, including Shawn Achor, Michelle Segar, and Michelle Gielan, along with a wide range of happiness and productivity experts. It airs FREE starting January 5, 2016 and you can register here.
Ron Friedman, Ph.D., is an award-winning psychologist and founder of ignite80, a consulting firm that helps smart leaders build extraordinary workplaces. An expert on human motivation, Friedman has served on the faculty of the University of Rochester, Nazareth College, and Hobart and William Smith Colleges. Popular accounts of his research have appeared on NPR and in major newspapers, including The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Boston Globe, Vancouver Post, The Globe and Mail, and The Guardian, as well as magazines such as Men’s Health, Shape, and Allure. He contributes to the blogs of Harvard Business Review, Fast Company, Forbes, and Psychology Today. To learn more about his work, visit ignite80.com and connect with him on Twitter @RonFriedman.
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