David Burkus answers the question “Would Work Improve If You Knew What Your Colleagues Get Paid?” on TED Radio Hour. Listen above. [NPR]
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"Great leaders don't innovate the product, they innovate the factory." –@davidburkus | more info: https://t.co/rclOgJDKz4 pic.twitter.com/e3mzJZ11cZ — BrightSight Group (@bsgspeakers) July 14, 2017 David Burkus on innovation.
David Burkus, Bob Nease & the authors of Play Bigger have all made 800-CEO-READ’s longlist for best business book 2016. There is no getting around the incredible amount of work this time of year brings to 800-CEO-READ. Not only are we in peak publishing season, it is also our awards season—and we do all of… Read more »
Two BrightSight Group speakers in conversation: Srinivas Rao interviews David Burkus about the future of work on his Unmistakable Creative Podcast. Listen above.
Via Thinkers50.com: This month, for our Thinker of the Month segment, we’re doing things a little differently and allowing you even more access into the brain of our thinker, David Burkus. At the end of this month, you can join Dave and Stuart Crainer for a rousing discussion on this ideas in his new book…. Read more »
While sharing salaries might raise privacy concerns, some leaders have found that keeping them secret might be hurting employees, causing dissatisfaction and hiding discrimination…it may even be the reason the gender wage gap is so hard to close. In this talk, David Burkus questions our cultural assumptions around keeping pay secret and reveals that sharing… Read more »
David Burkus talked to best-selling author Daniel H. Pink on his Radio Free Leader podcast. Listen above.
From January 5th to January 12th, Ron Friedman is presenting The Peak Work Performance Summit, which will feature daily interviews with the top thought leaders, including five fellow BrightSight Group speakers: Gretchen Rubin, Todd Henry, Brigid Schulte, Dan Roam and David Burkus. Register for the free online summit here.
David was one five “Speakers to Watch” at PCMA’s Convening Leaders conference yesterday. Burkus began his presentation by stating that Thomas Edison’s greatest invention wasn’t the light bulb, it was Menlo Park — the site of the first industrial research lab. “The Menlo Park years were some of Edison’s most productive years,” he said. “He… Read more »
Read David Burkus’s latest on why “For Leaders, Looking Healthy Matters More than Looking Smart.” Every year around this time, people make resolutions to improve their lives and careers. The most common of these typically involve health-related goals such as quitting smoking or losing weight. The next most common might be career goals like finding… Read more »