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Are we ready for the future of work? 1Huddle’s original podcast series tackles all things jobs, innovation, and future of work. Hear from CEOs, coaches, educators, elected officials, entrepreneurs, and startups as they share their experiences, perspective, and advice for today's workforce. Ready to get to work?
 
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Hourly workers have always been the backbone of the US economy. That’s 82 million workers who earn an hourly wage for their service— and 82 million workers who are too often left time poor, without the training and development resources so often afforded only to management and salaried employees.So today, Sam was joined by Mathieu Stevenson, the CE…
 
That’s right: According to a recent report, 53 percent of executives are unhappy in their jobs, and 72% plan to leave within the next two years.72%!To learn more about “Boss Loss,” 1Huddle Founder and CEO Sam Caucci sat down with Tammy Browning, the President of the company that coined that term, KellyOCG – global leader that manages all categories…
 
Want to learn about cognitive psychology that affects teachers and students? Then this is the episode for you. Jim Lang has delivered conference keynotes and conducted workshops at more than a hundred colleges, universities, and high schools in the United States and abroad. The Jim Lang Foundation, which he formed and leads with his wife, provides …
 
Think it’s impossible to complete and pass a 4 year MIT course, in just 1 year? Not for Scott Young. He’s the author of "Ultralearning: Master Hard Skills, Outsmart the Competition, and Accelerate Your Career", where he shares how he managed to turn 4 years of learning into 1. It’s a technique he calls “Ultralearning,” an aggressive, self-directed …
 
What happens when you get involved with 115 championship-winning teams, consult 12 Hall of Fame coaches, found one of the most elite performance consultancy agencies, earn doctorates in psychology and philosophy, and write over a dozen best-selling books? Well, you write another book, about the best bits you’ve learned so far. Dr. Lynch has worked …
 
Of all the motivational buzzwords out there, the term ‘character’ is thrown around a lot. Hiring managers looking for people with ‘high character,’ managers say that random exercises ‘build character,’ so on and so forth.But what does character actually look like? What does it mean?Coach Melissa Kutcher knows the importance of character. It’s how s…
 
Any time you look to the news today, it seems that things are pretty bleak: struggling workers and businesses, inflating cost of living, political strife. But to quote our guest, Joe De Sana, “It could be worse.” Joe is the CEO and Founder of Spartan Race, the premiere obstacle course group in the nation. Joe has been a lifelong entrepreneur, from …
 
Managing a team is always challenging. Balancing the individual needs of each member, with the greater objectives of the group is never easy, especially for a workforce where burnout is at a record high. Coach Jeff Graba is the Head Women’s Coach of the Auburn Tigers Gymnastics Program, who also coaches gymnastics all-stars such as Caitlin Atkinson…
 
"The answer to filling a skills gap or for upskilling for the future is not always going to be another degree." There’s approximately 4,000 degree granting institutions across the United States, offering hundreds of thousands of different credentials. Each of these institutions offer the promise of secure and fulfilling employment after graduation,…
 
The U.S. Women’s National Soccer team boasts one of the most impressive dynasties in all of sports, with numerous World Cup Wins, Olympic Gold Medals, and more under their belts. Many elite players such as Mia Hamm, Allie Long, Crystal Dunn, and Jessica McDonald all went through the same Soccer program at the University of North Carolina under the …
 
Hundreds of institutions, both online and offline, claim to offer quality educational experiences and expose you to the best learning techniques available. According to Barbara Oakley, most of these groups are nothing more than scams. For the past 30 years Barbara has focused all of her research on the relationship between neuroscience and social b…
 
March Madness is always a time to see individual talent shine on the hardwood, but at the end of the day, it’s always a team that comes together to win the day. And behind every great team is a great coach. Todd Simon has been the Head Coach for the Southern Utah University Thunderbirds since 2016. He has consistently broken school records for wins…
 
The restaurant industry is one of the biggest providers of jobs in America, employing over 15.6 million Americans and had an economic impact of over $2 trillion pre-COVID. These employees give millions of others amazing dining experiences year in and out, and many can find lifelong careers in this lucrative industry. So, why are so many young peopl…
 
The American restaurant industry employs approximately 15.6 million people, about 1 in 10 Americans. When COVID hit and decimated the hospitality industry, it also damaged one of America’s reliable sources of jobs for our workforce. In an era where big tech companies talk about innovating the most, the humble restaurant arguably had to innovate the…
 
Imagine being one of the most decorated and elite swimmers ever. You retire, but after a while, you decide to come back, and the first words your coach says to you is “You need to learn how to swim again.” That’s exactly what Dara Torres went through, right before she proceeded to win a medal in the 2008 Beijing Olympics, her 12th career medal. Boa…
 
Football is the American passion, but in many cases, it’s more than just a sport: it’s literally life or death. Acclaimed sports writer Kent Babb witnessed how football and the great coaches that emerge from the sport, help save lives in some of the most impoverished communities across the country. Kent has been a longstanding sports writer for The…
 
“Games are won and lost in practice.” To a lot of people, the pandemic was a show stopping almost world ending event that threw everything into chaos. However, for some people the pandemic was a “forced timeout,” and what do you do in a timeout? You adjust, you re-strategize, you rest, and you rethink your goals. For Paul Epstein, when the pandemic…
 
If you don’t think that culture is a big deal for your organization, then why do 60% of employees who leave a full-time job say it had nothing to do with the pay? Why are rates of burnout hitting new all-time high levels? Why are some industry leaders and coaches creating whole movements about building good culture? Adrian Gostick and Chester Elton…
 
Sports are kind of a big deal. Not just among the pro leagues across the world, organized sports are also where a lot of future members of the workforce meet coaches and teammates for the first time. Like our K-12 educational system, organized athletics are a massive influence on future members of our workforce. Despite this, 70% of kids drop out o…
 
There are millions of institutions, programs, supplements, and hacks that claim to help you learn better. Among all this noise though, no one’s really answering a very simple question: how do we learn? What actually works? Joshua Eyler is probably one of the best-suited scholars in the world to answer these question. He’s the author of How Humans L…
 
What do we mean when we say “hitting our limit?” Especially in a time when reports of burnout are hitting record high for workers across the globe, it’s never been more important for employees and employers to understand how to effectively and safely push themselves. Today’s guest, Alex Hutchinson, has a bold idea. In his book “Endure” Alex claims …
 
At 1Huddle, we know practice needs to be challenging, it requires feedback, and it needs to be as real world as possible. Unfortunately, not a lot of managers and folks in charge of upskilling people believe that. But, this is a perfect episode for them to listen to with our guest Guy “Bus” Snodgrass, former TOPGUN instructor who shares his take on…
 
Is it possible to learn anything? Maybe, but only if you’re really young, “You can’t teach an old dog new tricks” as the saying goes, right? As an author, speaker, and academic for institutions such as NYU, the Canadian Centre for Architecture, and the Design Trust for Public Space, Tom Vanderbilt wanted to understand why so many adults simply stop…
 
It’s no secret that a lot of managers and leaders out there are struggling to get the most out of their people. Between a changing workforce, technology constantly changing the nature of jobs, and the effects of the COVID pandemic still being felt, it’s difficult to lead a cohesive, focused, and fired up team. Coach Aliceann Wilber, though, has nea…
 
The big question employers everywhere, from small size mom-and-pop shops to global enterprises, are struggling with is “how do we attract and keep talented workers?” There are a lot of different and important factors, such as wages, having safe COVID policies, remote work, culture, but one thing very few people are talking about is even in such a s…
 
Despite many employers complaining about not being able to find talent during “The Great Resignation,” there’s one group of our nation's population that is more than ready to tackle any kind of job, our veterans. However, amongst all the flag waving, the “thank you for your servicing,” and patriotic social media posts on holidays, the jobless rate …
 
In the early 2010s, a study was conducted across the U.S. to get a sense of the levels of poverty in the nation. Staggeringly, in the supposed “wealthiest nation on Earth,” 1.5 million households were living on $2.00 a day, including over 3 million children. These were families where people had jobs, often multiple jobs, working their hardest and l…
 
We’ve talked a lot about the importance of culture in the workplace, but what exactly is culture? How does it impact your company? Why is it such a make-or-break part of your company? Geoff Smart, Chairman and Founder of ghSMART and 3X Forbes Winner of Best Management Consulting Firm in its segment, has made developing a winning culture the foundat…
 
If you Google the word ‘talent’ and click the news tab, hundreds of articles pop up about the tightest labor market in people's lifetime. This environment has been changing hiring practices, starting wages, and caused many companies to send out desperate cries for new workers, hoping to find talented individuals to fill the gap. However, many emplo…
 
According to a CDC Survey, 1 in 3 adults in the U.S. say they feel as though they don’t get enough sleep. The U.S. has the highest annual economic loss due to insufficient sleep in the world with up to $411 billion lost per year, mostly made of lost productivity from workers. Kristen Holmes is the Vice President of Performance Science at WHOOP, an …
 
While a lot of the national spotlight gets pushed to the federal level, the state and local levels are arguable what impact American constituents and businesses more on the day to day. Representative Joe Ciresi has dutifully served the 146th District in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania since 2018 and has made it a priority to create an effective, a…
 
The majority of working Americans today have temporary, unstable, low paying jobs. When a monthly job report flaunts how many ‘new jobs’ have been created, very often it’s these types of jobs. This discrepancy leaves a vast population in a state of constant poverty, stress, and in no exaggeration, life threatening circumstances. This is the crux of…
 
In the 2018-2019 School Year, New Jersey Homelessness Statistics estimated that about 14,000 K-12 public school students experienced homelessness over the year. Of those homeless, approximately 9.2% were likely victims of human trafficking. Since COVID, unfortunately these statistics have only increased. Since 1989 Covenant House New Jersey has ser…
 
According to the Center for American Progress, 1 in 7 children fall under the poverty line and this was pre-pandemic. Over a year into the pandemic, 4 out of 10 children live in a family that struggles to meet basic needs and anywhere between seven to eleven million children live in a household with inconsistent access to meals from cost. It’s safe…
 
“Innovation brings promise or peril.” That’s one of the standout lines in the book "Industries of the Future" by today’s guest, Alec Ross. Alec’s experience as an entrepreneur, investor, political advisor, and educator, has given him a unique perspective on the relationship between business, government, and the people that make up these groups. Ale…
 
We’re proud to be headquartered in Newark, New Jersey and work closely with groups that seek to improve the state of New Jersey. So, for this episode, we figured why not give our home state a shoutout! Jose Lozano is the President and CEO of Choose New Jersey, a non-profit economic development organization dedicated to providing resources to busine…
 
Coaching an ever-changing workforce is difficult enough and the pandemic forcing us apart has only made it more challenging. With Gen Z and Millennials now making up the majority of the workforce, managing and coaching skills many Gen X and Boomers grew up used to, simply no longer work, especially in a post-pandemic world. And, Coach Brian Polian …
 
The news is filled with talk on what the public and private sector should be doing to help overcome the challenges facing our future workforce, but what about the nonprofit sector? Or rather, the social sector, as Susan Dreyfus considers this the 1 of 3 critical pillars of our workforce economy. Susan was the former President and CEO of the Nationa…
 
You can learn anything through a game. Fact. If you still need some convincing, then this episode is just for you! Jamie Madigan has spent the last decade of his life studying how video games hold the secret to creating a motivated, positive, and engaged workplace. He’s consulted for over a dozen high-profile enterprises over the years, such as Anh…
 
“Do you really want to solve the problem or complain about it and use it as a shield?” This is the question Andy Stern has for employers, especially as the world still grapples with the impacts of COVID and a changing workforce. Andy Stern is the former President of the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) and now serves as its President Em…
 
Skills gaps are real...right? In a ‘tight’ labor market, where we’re hearing employers complain left and right that they can’t find good workers for their companies, author, Fulbright scholar, and Professor of Human Resources at the Wharton School at UPenn, Peter Cappelli, has some other things to say... Peter Cappelli was the Co-Director of the Na…
 
“Coaching matters. It's an on-going thing.” Brendan Long is the Vice President of Sales for "The World's Most Famous Arena," Madison Square Garden, and leads the charge in coaching and developing young salespeople who represent some of the most iconic franchises in New York City. Home to The New York Knicks and The New York Rangers, but MSG Enterta…
 
Why are we all so bad at learning? Well, maybe it’s because we aren’t being taught right. According to Patrice Bain, author of Powerful Teaching: Unleash the Science of Learning, teaching and learning are like muscles, they need to be exercised correctly. A Fulbright scholar, adjunct professor at numerous universities, national educational advisor,…
 
With COVID forcing teams to distance themselves and create a divide between those who had the privilege to work remotely and those who didn’t, having a uniting culture in a company was more important than ever. As things begin to reopen, it’s important to never lose sight of the importance of a strong culture. That’s something Donna Orendar is focu…
 
When you and your team are thrust into stardom from Netflix’s Last Chance U: Basketball documentary, you’d expect things to change pretty quickly for you right? Not for Coach John Mosley, who’s looking to continue a dominant run with the ELAC Huskies with a 189-52 record, and 8 straight trips to the CCCAA Championships. Coach Mosley is an East L.A.…
 
“If I’m running a business and I can’t afford to pay my electricity, I can’t say the electric company is lazy.” So, why are so many companies over the last few weeks going on TV and calling workers lazy? Gordon Lafer has been fighting for the rights of workers for over 30 years. He is a political economist who has served as Senior Labor Policy Advi…
 
“Leadership today is more about taking care of your people.” On this pod episode, Ian Adair joined us for an important conversation on mental health. He has been one of the greatest mental health advocates for the workforce, currently serving as the Executive Director for the Gracepoint Foundation, as well as the author of “Stronger Than Stigma” an…
 
"Failure is inevitable on the road to success." Emilie Aries, CEO and Founder of Bossed Up has been tackling the threat of burnout head on. Speaker, podcaster, and author, Emilie has first hand experience in conquering burnout after years of working in the Washington D.C. legislative industry. She wanted to create a space that vouched for self-advo…
 
How do you get credit for 73 Conference Championships, 54 Final Fours, and 39 National Championships across every major athletic sport in America? Dr. Jerry Lynch, ex-Navy Officer, sports psychologist, author, speaker, athlete, and coach, has advised, guided, and coached some of the most successful, winningest, and dominant athletes in the world. Y…
 
How do you earn the title of “The Godmother of Silicon Valley?” By raising the CEOs of YouTube, 23 and Me, a college professor and becoming an award-winning journalist, lifelong teacher, personally mentoring Steve Jobs’ child, and writing dozens of books on the educational system. That’s how Esther Wojcicki made her mark in Palo Alto and became a c…
 
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