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Episode 019 Let's Work Happy!

What does happiness have to do with complexity, networks, and ecosystems? In this episode, Angie and Stacy explore this question, and what happiness at work means to the members of the HumanCurrent team. 


Show Notes


Resources from this episode:

World Happiness Report

The Happiness Advantage

“75 percent of job successes are predicted by your optimism levels, your social support, and your ability to see stress as a challenge instead of as a threat.” - Shawn Achor

Being Happy at Work Matters

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Episode 017 Emergent Ecosystems

Angie & Stacy introduce more of the HumanCurrent team and explore stories of emergence in everyday social ecosystems. 


Show Notes


Quotes from this episode:

"A company is really defined by it’s people & the current of information that runs between them" - Stacy Hale

 

Resources from this episode:

From Lifecycle to Ecocycle: Renewal via Destruction and Encouraging Diversity for Sustainability

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Episode 016 The New Reputation Economy

We live in a reputation economy, where intangible assets like trust make up 85% of a brand's market value. In this episode, we ask "reputation whisperer" Bonnie Caver of Reputation Lighthouse about how to design a solid ecosystem for your brand's reputation.


Show Notes


Quotes from this episode:

"60% of purchasing decisions are based on the company, 40% are based on the actual product or service" - Bonnie Caver

"A company’s brand is an ecosystem co-evolving with it's employees, stakeholders, and customers." - Stacy Hale

7 Dimensions of Reputation:

products & services
citizenship (are you engaged in the community?)
innovation
workplace
governance
leadership (ie thought leadership)
performance

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Episode 014 Wellness is Contagious

Angie & Stacy ask: Where does wellness live? Is it in our minds, our health systems, or is it a complex system of shared responsibilities? In this episode we explore how the spread of information affects our health. How do you know when you've created a culture--and whose responsibility is it to create change? 


Show Notes


Quotes from this episode:

“There are no side effects, just effects.” - John Sterman

“Like an epidemic, our wellness could also be contagious.” - Angela Cross

“We as individuals do have agency when we begin to see the systems we are a part of and broaden our mental models” - Stacy Hale

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