Being a true friend at work is an art – show up authentically, uplift others, and paint your workplace with positivity.
Are you a true friend at work?
Do you know how to show up as one and make your organization a positive place to work?
In season 2, episode 3 of The Seismic Shift podcast, I speak with global thought leader Morag Barrett, who wrote a best-selling book titled, You, Me, We: Why We All Need a Friend at Work (and How to Show up as One.) to share insights on the professional benefits of being an ally at work.
Morag emphasizes the move from a traditional, hierarchical model to a more human-centric approach. She discusses her journey from a traditional banking environment to embracing the power of bringing one’s authentic self to work.
The conversation unfolds to explore the significance of showing up as an ally at work, not only for individual growth but for the betterment of organizational culture. Morag sheds light on the five practices outlined in ‘You, Me, We’ that empower individuals to be intentional allies and foster meaningful connections.
Join me and Morag as we navigate the seismic shifts in leadership and share practical tips for creating a workplace where everyone can thrive.
Morag Barrett helps leaders achieve outstanding results through the power of their professional relationships. She is an in-demand keynote speaker, executive coach, leadership expert, and bestselling author of three books: Cultivate: The Power of Winning Relationships, The Future-Proof Workplace, and You, Me, We: Why we all need a friend at work (and how to show up as one!). She has contributed to Entrepreneur.com, Forbes, and the American Management Association amongst others. Morag excels at helping leaders and organizations see the gaps in their development and discover new ways to move past them.
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