Much like this group, sharing how you do something at work and then inviting other people's opinions into the conversation is one great way to evolve the way we work. But to help folks apply what they hear in discussions to their own work practices, the topic needs to be something that resonates with people.
Well, we need your help in having more of these idea-generating conversations. For context, Atlassian produces the podcast, Work Check, a debate show that argues whether people should work one way or another in the workplace. Just a handful of example episodes below.
We want to consider what parts of a debate show like this will help folks apply what they hear to their everyday work.
Listen to at least one episode and then let us know what part(s) made you think about the way you work. Is it an example of how someone on the show discussed the way they worked? Is it a counter argument made? Is it research introduced? A look back on how a practice came to be?
Drop your notes in a discussion comment--please be specific in what you heard in the episode, and then most importantly, tell us what you did after hearing it. We want to know if parts of the show are actionable, if they open up viewpoints, if they make you reflect what you do, etc.
PS - if you want a free pair of socks as a thank you, please email me your username or a screen grab of your comment. In return, I'll send you a redemption code to our swag store. Socks only available for responses provided by September 30, 2022.
*Note: if you haven't listened to the Work Check podcast (available via search on wherever you normally download podcasts or on our full audio player, transcript, and takeaway notes in the archives here).