Brett & Jack discuss the workforce rantings of Elon Musk and the new Twitter owner’s November 16th deadline for employees to decide whether to leave or stay. Is Musk’s leadership style solely responsible for the turmoil at Twitter or are there other contributing factors?
This episode’s featured Workplace Champions expose how leaders seek to optimize work environments to empower people to do their best work. While Jack views the talent mind-set of each of the three featured finance leaders as the upshot of extensive leadership experience, Brett points out there may be a method behind the Musk “madness.”
This episode features the workforce insights and commentary of CFO Anat Ashkenazi of Eli Lilly, CFO Ambereen Toubassy of Airtable, and CFO Evan Goldstein of Seismic.
More keenly aware of the competitive price of employee burnout and workforce attrition — many midsize companies are today busy rethinking how they attract, hire and inspire employees.
The Workplace Champions Podcast explores the innovative workforce practices of talent-minded business leaders tasked with opening a new chapter of growth for their midsize organizations.
Your Hosts | Brett Knowles & Jack Sweeney
About Brett Knowles
Brett is a long-time thought leader in the performance measurement space. His clients have been profiled in Harvard Business Review, Fortune, and Forbes. There are over 20 business school cases covering the success of his clients. Share a comment or two with our resident thought leader. Brett@pm2consulting.com
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