Kathleen is back with Simone Stolzoff, the author of The Good Enough Job, a book that challenges us to rethink our relationship with work and find more balance and happiness in our lives. In this episode, they dive deeper into some of the practical tips and strategies that Simone offers in his book, such as how to choose the right career path for yourself, how to negotiate for better working conditions, and how to deal with difficult bosses and coworkers. They will also explore how our work identity is shaped by our gender, our culture, and our personal values, and how we can embrace our diversity and authenticity in the workplace. If you are ready to take charge of your career and your life, this episode is for you. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from Simone’s wisdom and experience, and discover how you can find your good enough job today.
About Simone Stolzoff: Simone is an independent journalist and consultant from San Francisco. A former design lead at the global innovation firm IDEO, he regularly works with leaders—from the Surgeon General of the United States to the Chief Talent Officer at Google—on how to make the workplace more human-centered. His work has been featured in The New York Times, The Atlantic, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, and numerous other publications. He is a graduate of Stanford and The University of Pennsylvania.
Hosted By: Kathleen Quinn Votaw