Podcast with Stewart Friedman
Stewart Friedman is an organizational psychologist at Wharton and founder of Wharton’s Leadership Program and it’s work-life integration project. Listed among HR magazine’s most influential international thinkers, Stewart has written two best sellers, Leading The Life You Want and Total Leadership. And his newest book, which is about to be released, is Parents Who Lead.
In this week’s podcast, we explore the practical steps we can take to integrate our work and our life to create four-way wins across our career, our family, our community and ourselves (mind, body, spirit) and the impact this has on our wellbeing and performance at work.
Connect with Stewart Friedman:
- [02:18] – Stew explains how we can create four-way wins by integrating our careers, our family, our community, and our own needs to improve wellbeing and performance.
- [06:29] – Stew offers some practical tips to help us improve the integration of our career, our family, our community and ourselves.
- [14:33] – Stew outlines how peer coaching in workplaces can be used to help people become more confident and motivated to experiment with integration across their career, family, community, and self.
- [19:31] – Stew explains how we can lead better in our families and the impact this has on our work.
- [25:31] – Stew offers tips for asking workplace leaders for the support we need to create the win-win outcomes we need to better integrate our careers, our families, our community and ourselves.
- [28:15] – Stew completes the Lightning Round.
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Until next time, take care! Thank you Stew!