From digital disruptions to global pandemics, we are witnessing a seismic shift in the employer-employee relationship across the board. This is a workquake. What students, parents and employers need and want to have evolved and is continuing to evolve.
On the recent episode of “College Financial Aid and Career Navigation” podcast, Tom and Maria interviewed Steve Cadigan, author of “Workquake” the leading expert in the future of work and careers is. He spoke about how the median length of tenure for tenure for professionals is continuing to shorten, and how you can manipulate and adapt to the ever-changing workplace.
Steve is considered a corporate culture guru, bringing winning insights from over thirty years of HR experience with industry titans like Google, Salesforce, The Royal Bank of Scotland, McKinsey, and the BBC, as well as venture capital firms like Andreessen Horowitz and Sequoia. Cadigan is renowned for leading LinkedIn’s first talent push and architecting its world-famous culture that is now considered the gold standard.
Listen to this informational College Financial Aid and Career Navigation episode with Steve Cadigan where we talk about the future of careers and leadership.
Here is what to expect on this week’s show:
· Overseeing and developing LinkedIn’s culture during a period of tremendous growth
· Using internships to investigate future career possibilities
· Dynamics learned in sports and competition that translate to the professional world
· How the median length of tenure for professionals is continuing to shorten, providing opportunities for students entering the workforce
· The pros and cons of infinite choice when considering a career path
· Understanding new realities and fostering more authentic and mutually beneficial relationships between workers and companies in shorter periods of time
· A future where companies recruit based on your ability to learn more than for what you already know
· The ability to adapt and adjust as a premium skill in today’s job marketplace
· All the valuable lessons learned outside of a classroom in college
· Tasting failure and letting it be a contribution to your success
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