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8. Flexible Work is Intentional Work (Guests: Kate Lister and Sam Fisher)

April 28, 2021 Season 1 Episode 8
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8. Flexible Work is Intentional Work (Guests: Kate Lister and Sam Fisher)
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A Holistic Workplace Experience podcast
8. Flexible Work is Intentional Work (Guests: Kate Lister and Sam Fisher)
Apr 28, 2021 Season 1 Episode 8

Episode 8
As companies begin to shape and define what the future of work will look like, it’s clear that the path ahead isn’t clearly paved. Some companies that were quick to declare their destination early on have already begun to shift course. Some hope that following someone else’s map will get them where they need to be,  while other companies have started to backpedal to the familiarity of how things used to be instead of braving the challenges of the uncharted terrain.

Now that the romanticization of hybrid work has dwindled and the real work has begun, how do we ensure that we take the time to work together and be intentional about the direction we’re headed and the path we’re creating along the way?    

In this episode, I am joined by Kate Lister and Sam Fisher as we explore how companies can propel themselves forward by slowing down and being intentional.  


Guests:
Kate Lister is a recognized workplace thought leader and president of Global Workplace Analytics, a research-based consulting firm that has been helping communities and organizations optimize flexible and distributed workplace strategies for more than fifteen years. She has written or co-authored five business books including the U.S. chapter of “Telework in the 21st Century” (Edward Elgar, 2019), a multi-country peer-reviewed study on remote work.

Her perspectives on how COVID-19 will change the way people work have appeared in the New York Times, Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, Newsweek, and dozens of other respected news outlets. In July of 2020, she was one of only three witnesses invited to testify before a U.S. Senate committee on the expansion of telework in government post-COVID-19.


Sam Fisher is the Head of Dynamic Work at Okta, where she leverages her diverse background across design and construction, associate services, technology, sustainability, and marketing and communications to bring a people-centric lens to Okta’s Dynamic Work framework. In her role, Fisher is focused on enablement for both productivity and connectivity, and partners with cross-functional teams to re-imagine workplace design, activate the use of workplace data, explore workplace technologies, and amplify the employee experience.  

Focused on enablement for both productivity and connectivity, and partners with cross-functional teams to re-imagine workplace design, activate the use of workplace data, explore workplace technologies, and amplify the employee experience.

CTA: Practice grace with yourself, your family, your friends, and your colleagues.  We are all doing the best we can.


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Show Notes

Episode 8
As companies begin to shape and define what the future of work will look like, it’s clear that the path ahead isn’t clearly paved. Some companies that were quick to declare their destination early on have already begun to shift course. Some hope that following someone else’s map will get them where they need to be,  while other companies have started to backpedal to the familiarity of how things used to be instead of braving the challenges of the uncharted terrain.

Now that the romanticization of hybrid work has dwindled and the real work has begun, how do we ensure that we take the time to work together and be intentional about the direction we’re headed and the path we’re creating along the way?    

In this episode, I am joined by Kate Lister and Sam Fisher as we explore how companies can propel themselves forward by slowing down and being intentional.  


Guests:
Kate Lister is a recognized workplace thought leader and president of Global Workplace Analytics, a research-based consulting firm that has been helping communities and organizations optimize flexible and distributed workplace strategies for more than fifteen years. She has written or co-authored five business books including the U.S. chapter of “Telework in the 21st Century” (Edward Elgar, 2019), a multi-country peer-reviewed study on remote work.

Her perspectives on how COVID-19 will change the way people work have appeared in the New York Times, Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, Newsweek, and dozens of other respected news outlets. In July of 2020, she was one of only three witnesses invited to testify before a U.S. Senate committee on the expansion of telework in government post-COVID-19.


Sam Fisher is the Head of Dynamic Work at Okta, where she leverages her diverse background across design and construction, associate services, technology, sustainability, and marketing and communications to bring a people-centric lens to Okta’s Dynamic Work framework. In her role, Fisher is focused on enablement for both productivity and connectivity, and partners with cross-functional teams to re-imagine workplace design, activate the use of workplace data, explore workplace technologies, and amplify the employee experience.  

Focused on enablement for both productivity and connectivity, and partners with cross-functional teams to re-imagine workplace design, activate the use of workplace data, explore workplace technologies, and amplify the employee experience.

CTA: Practice grace with yourself, your family, your friends, and your colleagues.  We are all doing the best we can.


Complete Episode Transcript


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