This collection of some of our best podcast episodes from the last 12 months, handpicked by our own podcast team leader, will both educate and delight you.
I listen to a lot of podcasts as the host of the Salesforce podcast Blazing Trails and the company's podcasting activities. I'm not the only one that thinks this way. According to The Infinite Dial, about 80 million Americans – or 28% of the adult population in the United States – currently listen to weekly podcasts, up 17% from 2020. As we lived our lives isolated at home, last year's list highlighted connectedness to the outside world. The best episodes this year deal with the uncertainty that lies ahead. The future of work, as well as a new Digital HQ and sustainability as a competitive advantage, are all discussed. The best podcasts of 2021 focus on the opportunities given by this watershed moment in history. Visit here to know more about our Salesforce Courses In Pune.
- Ray Dalio and Karen Mangia discuss how and where we will work in the future:
Businesses are faced with the tough task of defining what "normal" entails when society begins to revive. Employees at both large and small businesses have more flexible work alternatives, but what does this hybrid work paradigm entail? Without everyone in the office, how do you build a meaningful business culture and maintain a value-driven workplace?
Ray Dalio, the famed investor and founder of Bridgewater Associates, and Karen Magia, Salesforce's vice president of customer and market insights, address how to be purposeful about culture and mission, remote team guidance for managers, and the value of data and technology. Find more about Salesforce Classes In Pune.
- A Conversation with Jon Fee and Frank Cooper on How Values Create Value:
When society begins to recover, businesses are faced with the difficult challenge of defining what "normal" means. Large and small business employees now have more flexible work options, but what does this hybrid work paradigm entail? How can you create a meaningful business culture and a value-driven workplace when everyone isn't in the office?
Ray Dalio, the renowned investor and founder of Bridgewater Associates, and Karen Magia, Salesforce's vice president of customer and market insights, discuss how to be deliberate about culture and mission, as well as the usefulness of data and technology.
- Humanizing Marketing:
This episode of The Marketing Cloudcast looks at how technology and human connection collide in brand marketing. How can you create a data-driven model that sends consumers and prospects relevant, personalized messages? Shannon Duffy, EVP of Digital 360 Marketing, joins hosts Tina Rozul and Marty Kihn. They discuss why authenticity and empathy are so important in today's marketing, as well as the importance of technology in achieving these goals at scale.
- Soledad O'Brian, Elaine Welteroth, San Francisco Mayor London Breed, and Minda Hartsfield discuss black women in leadership:
"Do I deserve to be in this room?" should never be a question for Black women. "Does this room deserve me?" should be the question. Moderator Soledad O'Brian and a panel of influential women discuss Black women in leadership at Dreamforce 2021. New York Times bestselling author Elaine Welteroth, San Francisco Mayor London Breed, and workplace and equality consultant and award-winning author Minda Harts join O'Brian, an award-winning journalist and author.
The panelists talk about the obstacles of leadership, overcoming double standards, and what "Black greatness" means to them. They also stress that in order to do the right thing, you must be willing to promote change that is unpopular.
- The Office of the Chief Technology Officer at Google is redefining collaboration:
Will Grannis, managing director, Google's Office of the CTO, explains how his team works with some of Google's biggest clients to reimagine the customer experience through innovative technology in this episode of IT Visionaries.
- Jennifer Tejada, Chairperson and CEO of PagerDuty, and Stewart Butterfield, CEO, and Co-Founder of Slack discuss redefining the future of work:
Many companies are faced with a variety of challenging decisions as they continue to navigate the shifting landscape of employment. Should employees return on a regular basis, on an ad hoc basis, or not at all? What digital tools should we invest in, and on which should we rely on? And how can we create a fantastic workplace culture with a partially or entirely remote workforce?
Butterfield and Tejada discuss managing and leading increasingly digital teams with Fortune Magazine's Michal Lev-Ram. They discuss their personal stories, tips for building meaningful faraway relationships, and the technologies they use on a daily basis to keep connected.
- Are you a pessimist or a realist? Scott Galloway on the Future of Everything in an Interview:
Professor at NYU Stern, co-host of Pivot, best-selling book, and host of the Prof G Show, Scott Galloway, joins Karen Mangia of Salesforce on the program. They discuss the pandemic's long-term economic and societal implications, the ever-evolving relationship between consumer and brand, and the rapid acceleration of digital in this wide-ranging talk.
- Marcus Buckingham and Ashley Goodall discuss the fallacy of feedback:
"I'd really appreciate it if you could give me some input..." It's a phrase we hear all the time. To our direct reports, coworkers, employers, and customers, we say it. We believe that feedback is essential for our personal and professional development, but what if we told you that the way we think about, deliver, and receive feedback is completely incorrect?
The co-authors of "Nine Lies About Work: A Freethinking Leader's Guide to the Real World," Marcus Buckingham and Ashley Goodall, have spent years researching the influence (or lack thereof) of feedback on team success. They've got some bad news for us: feedback doesn't make you grow. They address the myth of feedback and how managers should engage with their teams to enable meaningful growth in this talk. Go ahead and take Salesforce Training In Pune.