3 Burst results for "Denise Bruder"

"denise bruder" Discussed on The Tightrope with Dan Smolen

The Tightrope with Dan Smolen

02:17 min | 3 months ago

"denise bruder" Discussed on The Tightrope with Dan Smolen

"Denise bruder welcome back to the podcast are good morning and is it a pleasure to be back and it's a pleasure to see you my friend. So you're the co founder of sway and for those who didn't meet you last year when we first introduced you what is sway. And what does it benefit to people who work so yes. We met last year when a lot of the code experiences. Kinda new and we've been studying the future of work before that. So what we're doing sway as myself as a workplace futurist and my co-founder is a future for coach and together. We spent the last two years developing and researching body of knowledge around the future. Work and flexibility. And what we did in the end was revoked. The playbook we look literally wrote the playbook on how to work flexibly so our playbook is we do its way. We have a workshop experience around that we're building community around that so communities of people and members. They're looking to master. The skill of flexibility and develop a future mindset says we do in our community product and on the other side of sway. We're developing thought leadership series on the. Why because i really think that. The how is super important nesting media problem or dressing. Now how do. I work flexibly. How do i schedule myself. But the real undiscovered gender in all of this. Is we stage. We start asking yourself why. Why does this matter. Why do we want flexibly what is changing. And why does it matter to me. Says the thought leadership side sway. And that's where we're running with so you're a community and people pay to be a part of it. What could a member expect in terms of content programming and value from sway. So all remembers come to us for a workshop and a learning experience and what that is. It's alive engaging intensive looking experience around the playbook which is your personal plan for how you are going to work flexibly. So i think we're moving away from the command and control structure of top hierarchy moving more towards a personalized playbook at how use literally are going to schedule your time your day. Your energy do you re engineer. How you communicate and see people worked together flexibly so we literally end are learning point with a plan in place for you how to do it. Well

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Swaying to the Future of Work

The Tightrope with Dan Smolen

02:17 min | 3 months ago

Swaying to the Future of Work

"Denise bruder welcome back to the podcast are good morning and is it a pleasure to be back and it's a pleasure to see you my friend. So you're the co founder of sway and for those who didn't meet you last year when we first introduced you what is sway. And what does it benefit to people who work so yes. We met last year when a lot of the code experiences. Kinda new and we've been studying the future of work before that. So what we're doing sway as myself as a workplace futurist and my co-founder is a future for coach and together. We spent the last two years developing and researching body of knowledge around the future. Work and flexibility. And what we did in the end was revoked. The playbook we look literally wrote the playbook on how to work flexibly so our playbook is we do its way. We have a workshop experience around that we're building community around that so communities of people and members. They're looking to master. The skill of flexibility and develop a future mindset says we do in our community product and on the other side of sway. We're developing thought leadership series on the. Why because i really think that. The how is super important nesting media problem or dressing. Now how do. I work flexibly. How do i schedule myself. But the real undiscovered gender in all of this. Is we stage. We start asking yourself why. Why does this matter. Why do we want flexibly what is changing. And why does it matter to me. Says the thought leadership side sway. And that's where we're running with so you're a community and people pay to be a part of it. What could a member expect in terms of content programming and value from sway. So all remembers come to us for a workshop and a learning experience and what that is. It's alive engaging intensive looking experience around the playbook which is your personal plan for how you are going to work flexibly. So i think we're moving away from the command and control structure of top hierarchy moving more towards a personalized playbook at how use literally are going to schedule your time your day. Your energy do you re engineer. How you communicate and see people worked together flexibly so we literally end are learning point with a plan in place for you how to do it. Well

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"denise bruder" Discussed on The Tightrope with Dan Smolen

The Tightrope with Dan Smolen

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"denise bruder" Discussed on The Tightrope with Dan Smolen

"That enables overworked people to transition to and succeed in a flexible workplace to that end, Denise helping lead people to the meaningful work of their dreams and this episode you will discover the why moment that led denise along a journey to help others get more enjoyment and fulfillment out of work. She also describes how work today which sixty six percent of US find somewhat to very meaningless, can be reimagined to make us healthy. We spoke with Denise Bruder earlier this week on sue. Denise Bruder welcome to the tightrope. How are you I'm doing well today. It's a little hot outside ready, but we'll salter through. We'll do this. We will, and we have an older houses. One's on air conditionings were all hugging the same zone. Oh my goodness! Well, let's get to it. You are the founder of sway workplace. What is that and what is your mission? So, sweet workplace is a community of people that are mastering flexible work, and what are intended is way is to bring together people professionals that are intent on working smarter and not harder and together we see the collective tool as being that of flexibility, because if you can adopt a flexible mindset, no way working. We think that is the ultimate way of finding balance in life, which allows you to find meaning in work, which is also another way a future proofing your career. So, how do you do that? How do you get people to thrive doing the work that they do want to enjoy doing? I think big way that we do it. Is You know if you were to boil down our product platform? It is a learning and development solution set some dates recognizable, and within our learning development solution. We offer a lot of skills, training and techniques, so you can learn something, and you can learn technique to develop something, and you have our community, which is a space to grow, and that to me is the ultimate former progress, but the greatest thing that we actually look at and private is the idea of helping. People see that there's another way being. There's another way of looking at yourself and how you approach work, and it is the idea of helping people. Break the feeling of Nur Sha. So this is always the way we've worked as always. We've done it always. We are thought to seeing the light that they you do options and how you see yourself and how you approach work, and how you evolve, so a lot of that is actually is the flexible mindset which we think will lead to a sense of the dougherty and was judy. You have the ultimate tool to finding purpose amounts. So I got to the why question. How did you get to sway workplace and I guess by extension. What's your origin story into discovering this path that I am taking to towards helping people get to meaningful work. A lot of times when you find something that is very purposeful for you. It oftentimes feels like a bit of a life long mission. I would say that for me, so I grew up in a small town in the west of Ireland and Irish people and Arlen as a culture have had a very long history of immigration over centuries it always centered around work or the absence of work, and then when you had worked value in work so for me..

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