“Humans are motivated by things like autonomy, mastery, purpose and connection to each other”
In this Superhumans at Work Podcast, we’ll be exploring the huge topic of human nature in the workplace, and how to meet the needs of your employees for maximum productivity and happiness in the office. This way, your business will undoubtedly thrive; as will the individuals that support it day in day out. And it’s all about small wins that ALWAYS add up…
Listen out for:
- Your organizational debt/bankruptcy – how you’re unaware of it and how to get rid of it!
- Where the biggest businesses often go wrong and the ONE organizational design question that would turn it all around
- The sweet spot between bureaucracy and chaos and how to find it in your business
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And don’t forget to grab a copy of Aaron’s book, ‘Brave New Work: Are You Ready to Reinvent Your Organization?’ – https://www.bravenewwork.com/
About Aaron Dignan
Aaron Dignan is a globally celebrated author and businessman based in the United States.
Everywhere he looks, he sees the same phenomenon. Our most trusted and important institutions—in business, healthcare, government, philanthropy, and beyond – are struggling. They’re confronted with the fact that the scale and bureaucracy that once made them strong are liabilities in an era of constant change.
For the past ten years, Aaron has studied organizations and teams with a new way of working that prioritizes adaptivity and autonomy over efficiency and control. Aaron contends that teams everywhere need to join them in the future of work.
As the founder of The Ready—a global organizational transformation and coaching practice—he helps companies large and small adopt new forms of self-organization and dynamic teaming. Clients include GE, Kaplan, Lloyds Banking Group, Microsoft, Citibank, FreshDirect, Hyatt, Airbnb, Bloomin’ Brands, Charles Schwab, PG&E, Fidelity, New York Public Radio, and charity: water.