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Your Future Matters to Steve Cadigan

Future proof of your career and business. Will you be able to march in step or even step ahead of disruption?

When it comes to your questions about leadership, talent, culture and most importantly the future of your work, people turn to Steve Cadigan. Steve has been at the forefront of global talent strategy and company culture for the past 30 years. Most famous for scaling Linkedin from 400 to 4000 in 3.5 years, Steve also led the development of LI’s legendary company culture and was at the helm of the Talent function for its period of the highest growth and through their IPO.

Having worked in 5 different industries and 3 different countries while also leading dozens of acquisition integrations all over the world, Steve has built unparalleled expertise in helping leaders and organizations build winning talent solutions to compete in an increasingly complex digital economy. Steve joins me this week to share his thoughts and to talk about his latest book, Workquake: Embracing the Aftershocks of COVID-19 to Create a Beter Model of Working, which is launching as this podcast airs.

3 Lessons You Learn with Steve Cadigan

  1. Putting the person back into your brand personality. How to be more human, and to have a higher purpose than just profit.

  2. An employer's promise extends beyond a paycheque, it is to make each employee more employable.

  3. Tenure is giving way to fluidity. How to turn this into an opportunity for both the employee and employer.

John Stackhouse, an author, thought leader and the host of the podcast Disruptors, returns to Chatter that Matters to extend the conversation and to talk about why creativity is the oxygen that breathes life into any skill. As he says ' creativity is a team sport. '


Get Connected & Chatting

To chat with Steve Cadigan find him on Twitter I LinkedIn I Instagram I Facebook

To chat with me, Tony Chapman find me on Twitter I LinkedIn I Instagram I Youtube

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