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This is Working has a new format! This podcast is a companion to LinkedIn Editor-in-Chief Dan Roth's This is Working video series, which features Dan's live conversations with today's top leaders. Each podcast episode will now bring you interview excerpts alongside post-interview insights from Dan and his new co-host, Senior Producer Nina Melendez. They’ll look at top takeaways, reflect on big questions, and even share a bit of behind-the-scenes trivia. Nina and Dan will offer their own opin ...
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With graduation season in full swing, we’ve got a special episode of This is Working featuring a compilation of our favorite, actionable career advice from guests: Barack Obama, former PepsiCo CEO Indra Nooyi, Giant Spoon co-founder Jon Haber, Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 Team CEO Toto Wolff, Girls Who Code CEO Tarika Barrett, iHeartMedia CEO Bob Pittm…
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This week on our rapid-fire Q&A, CVS Health CEO Karen S. Lynch shares her best career advice, including how you can turn any opportunity into a skill builder, and how she gained a mentor by speaking her mind. Karen also details the morning routine that gets her mentally and physically ready for the day. Have questions you want to hear on This is Qu…
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CVS Health CEO Karen Lynch, the author of the new book, "Taking Up Space," is the definition of a high-powered executive. A segment of her power comes from her willingness to be both decisive and vulnerable. In today's podcast conversation, LinkedIn's Editor in Chief Dan Roth and Senior Producer Nina Melendez talk about Dan's takeaways from his rec…
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This week on our rapid-fire Q&A, Bob Moritz, the Global Chairman of PwC, shares his trajectory from an early career in accounting to the top of PwC. Bob shares the lessons he learned as his career priorities shifted, why he wants his team to hold him accountable, and why the key to a successful career is to be a knowledge sharer, not a knowledge ho…
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Attracting top talent, developing them, and preparing them for their next venture is a core part of PwC’s strategy. Which means Bob Mortiz, the firm’s Global Chairman, has figured out the flow of employee retention/replacement like no one else. For him, it’s comes down to making sure your employees understand the strategy and have time to learn ski…
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This week on our rapid-fire Q&A, Tiffany Williams, Steph Curry's indispensable right-hand and COO of Thirty Ink, reveals insights into her dynamic work life and what it takes to work with an NBA superstar. Tiffany tells us how she hesitantly took a reception desk job for the Golden State Warriors and how it ended up being a pivotal moment in her ca…
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How do you chart a path to the very top from an unconventional beginning? For Tiffany Williams, COO of Thirty Ink, the parent company of Steph Curry's various ventures, it all comes down to making yourself known. She began as a receptionist for the Warriors and set about making herself known -- and indispensable. In today's podcast conversation, Li…
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The team at "This is Working with Dan Roth" is excited to share this preview of Building One, the newest addition to the LinkedIn Podcast Network. Building One is hosted by Tomer Cohen, LinkedIn's Chief Product Officer. In this series of engaging one-on-one conversations with accomplished product leaders, you'll trace the professional journeys of t…
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This week, Belén Garijo, the CEO of Merck KGaA, takes center stage in a rapid-fire round of questioning about how she works and leads a company older than the United States. Belén shares how the pandemic brought out the best in her team, why alignment meetings before meetings drive her up the wall, and why she believes in the importance of being se…
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Merck KGaA may be the oldest company to appear on This is Working. Its CEO, Belén Garijo, oversees this diverse health, life science, and electronics company in its 13th generation. In this conversation, Dan and Nina dig into why Belén is such an effective leader for the Merck KGaA of today, how crucial it is to hire for potential, and why the futu…
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This week, Bill Shufelt, Athletic Brewing Company co-founder, takes center stage in a rapid-fire round of questioning about how he works. In a candid, quick-fire round, Bill shares how a positive mindset keeps him at the top of his game, how he sets himself up for success by doing one simple thing the night before, and why moving up and moving on i…
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There's a solid chance that if you were running a 5k or a half-marathon in Athletic Brewing Company's early days, Bill Shufelt handed you a non-alcoholic beer. He's been on a mission to transform how Americans think about drinking and social events, and has been a major force in the sober-curious movement. In this episode, Bill joins LinkedIn Edito…
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This week, Leah Smart, host of LinkedIn's award-winning podcast, "Everyday Better," sits in the spotlight for a rapid-fire round of questioning about how she works. In a sit-down with Senior Producer Nina Melendez, Leah offers a peek into her ritual for making the most of her mornings, explains the importance of having specific action items for a r…
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This week, Joaquin Duato, CEO of Johnson & Johnson, sits in the spotlight for a rapid-fire round of questioning about how he works. Joaquin shares his favorite recent reads, advocates for patience as an essential for success in both work and in life, and explains why it's hard to receive honest feedback as a CEO and how he navigates that challenge.…
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Job hopping is the norm these days, so Joaquin Duato’s 34-year dedication to Johnson & Johnson stands out as a remarkable feat – it’s also a testament to the opportunities that come from being loyal to a single company. In this episode, hosts Nina Melendez and Dan Roth dig into the power of saying “yes” to new opportunities and how that helped pave…
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This week, Jon Haber, co-founder of Giant Spoon - the creative advertising juggernaut that stirs up attention via big, interactive marketing campaigns, sits in the spotlight for a rapid-fire round of questioning about how he works. Jon divulges his sure-fire trick to beat procrastination, how to leverage naivety for early career achievement, and wh…
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In a world where companies crave creative talent, Jon Haber of Giant Spoon stands out as someone who has mastered the ability to pull creativity out of every member of his staff – regardless of their roles. Giant Spoon is the advertising agency known for innovative campaigns like Stranger Things’ Upside Down on the Empire State Building and General…
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This week, Dr. Fei-Fei Li, known as the godmother of AI, sits in the hot seat for a round of rapid-fire questions about how she works. Fei-Fei shares why she makes sure always to get a good night's sleep, how her high school mentor put her on the path to success, and describes how a cognitive psychologist's research paper became a catalyst for her …
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AI is fundamentally transforming the workplace, with pioneering technologies like ChatGPT sparking both excitement and concern. According to McKinsey & Co., 55% of global organizations have adopted AI; in the U.S. that number is 73%, according to PwC. In this episode, Dan and Tanya Dua, Tech editor at LinkedIn News and stand-in for Nina Melendez, d…
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This week, Mark C. Thompson, sits in the hot seat for a round of rapid-fire questions about how he works. Mark shares how Charles Schwab significantly influenced his career, why he believes many influential people struggle with goal-setting, and how his experience playing the trumpet shaped his leadership skills. Got questions you want to hear on T…
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Happy New Year! Our team at This is Working is kicking off 2024 with an energizing discussion featuring the wisdom of star executive coach Mark C. Thompson. Mark's clientele includes Jeff Bezos, Richard Branson, Venus Williams...and by extension, listeners of This is Working. Dan and Nina dig into Mark's advice on goal setting, skilling up, and how…
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Just a few years ago, Barnes & Noble was nearing retail oblivion. Enter expert bookstore owner and new CEO James Daunt, who has trusted in the B&N booksellers to connect with their consumers and revive the brand. In this episode, Nina and Dan highlight takeaways from Dan’s recent conversation with James. They discuss how to revamp a company threate…
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This week, we put James Daunt, Barnes & Noble CEO, to the hot seat for a quickfire session where he reveals insights about his work habits. James talks about why he'd part with his phone but never his cherished fountain pen, shares his deep enthusiasm for today's bestselling authors, and even spills a surprising secret about his reading preferences…
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Earlier this week, we put one of the Property Brothers, Jonathan Scott, in the hot seat for a round of rapid-fire questions about how they work. Today, we welcome his brother Drew Scott. Drew shares his thoughts on loyalty, punctuality, and the power in understanding yourself and the way you work. Got questions you want to hear on This is Quick? Sh…
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This week, we put both of the Property Brothers in the hot seat for a round of rapid-fire questions about how they work. First up, in this episode: Jonathan Scott. Jonathan shares the unusual item he carries with him everywhere (even into our studios), his methodology for ruthless productivity, and how a lesson from his first mentor, a magician, se…
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Over the last few years, Drew and Jonathon Scott - best known as The Property Brothers - have grown their entrepreneurial empire well beyond their HGTV stardom. They run a thriving production company, have a stylish line of home goods, and have even ventured into solar sustainability. In this episode, Nina and Dan highlight takeaways from Dan’s rec…
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This week, Andrew Seaman, Senior Managing Editor for Jobs & Career Development at LinkedIn News, and host of LinkedIn's job search podcast, "Get Hired," sits in the hot seat for a round of rapid-fire questions about how he works. Andrew shares the bag that has him prepped for just about any situation, which newscasters he wrote to for early motivat…
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LinkedIn recently released its inaugural Top MBA list, a data-backed ranking of graduate business programs that lead to career growth. In the U.S., Northwestern’s Kellogg School of Management ranked sixth. One factor that sets them apart is their focus on empathy as a teachable skill. In this episode, Nina and Dan highlight takeaways from Dan’s rec…
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This week, Francesca Cornelli, Dean of the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University, sits in the hot seat for a round of rapid-fire questions about how she works. Dean Cornelli shares her secret to ensuring a perfect espresso, why it's so important to learn to let go, and why even the Dean of a top business school sometimes feels lik…
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Last month, renowned director Spike Lee joined LinkedIn Editor-in-Chief Daniel Roth for a candid conversation on the set of LinkedIn's Talent Connect event in New York City. In this episode, Dan and Nina highlight takeaways from that conversation and share their own thoughts. They discuss barriers to entry in higher education, the role of ambition …
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This week, Jessi Hempel, LinkedIn Senior Editor-at-Large and host of LinkedIn's award-winning flagship podcast, Hello Monday, sits in the hot seat for a round of rapid-fire questions about how she works. Jessi shares the motivating piece of jewelry she's always wearing, what she gained when she learned to bring her own perspective to her writing, a…
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Today, LinkedIn Editor-in-Chief Dan Roth sits down with Sir Richard Branson to talk about how dyslexia has impacted his life and career. October is Dyslexia Awareness Month. The conversation around dyslexia has evolved significantly over the years, and opinions about dyslexia are beginning to change as scientists find that dyslexics don't just see …
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This week, Kristalina Georgieva, Managing Director of the IMF, sits in the hot seat for a round of rapid-fire questions about how she works. Kristalina shares the secret of lipstick as confidence builder, the band Queen as a motivating anchor, and the touching story of how a relative's illness pivoted her to a lifetime of service to our world.Got q…
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Kristalina Georgieva, Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund, grew up in Bulgaria when it was still part of the Eastern Bloc. He's used the compassion and tenacity she developed in an emerging market to navigate a career spanning environmental policy and international leadership. In the latest This is Working podcast, Dan and Nina hig…
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This week, Everette Taylor, Kickstarter CEO, sits in the hot seat for a round of rapid-fire questions about how he works. Everette tells the story and superstition behind his lucky leather ring, opens up about finding an early mentor in superstar artist and mogul Jay-Z...despite never actually meeting him, and offers up the secret to a great 1:1. G…
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Dany Garcia, Co-Founder of LinkedIn 2023 Top Startup ZOA Energy, is a committed multi-hyphenate. In addition to ZOA, she's a founder of Seven Bucks Productions, lifestyle brand GSTQ, and co-owner of the XFL alongside her business partner, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson. In this episode of #ThisIsWorking the Podcast, Dan Roth and Nina Melendez dig into t…
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This week, Dany Garcia, co-founder of LinkedIn Top Startup Zoa Energy, sits in the hot seat for a round of rapid-fire questions about how she works. Dany shares the daily routine that keeps her in a constant state of learning and growth, why researching your counterpart makes for a better one-on-one, and how, despite not having had mentors herself,…
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This week, LinkedIn CEO Ryan Roslansky sits in the hot seat for a round of rapid-fire questions about how he works. And this week, he turns it back around to ask host Daniel Roth about his own best practices! Ryan shares his excitement about The Path, his video and podcast series where the world's top leaders share their journeys to success. He sha…
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Bob Pittman is the founder of MTV, the architect of AOL’s explosive growth, and the leader that navigated Six Flags through years of turmoil. Now he’s the CEO of iHeartMedia, one of the biggest media companies in the U.S. He's achieved all this success by channeling three important career skills: listening, observing, and empathizing. In this episo…
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This week, iHeart Media Chairman and CEO Bob Pittman sits in the hot seat for a round of rapid fire questions on how he works. Bob shares his commitment to a hybrid to-do list strategy, why he thinks success and failure amount to the same thing, and the insight that convinced him to share his passion for his work with his kids. Got questions you wa…
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Year Up Founder and CEO Gerald Chertavian believes that skill, more than credentials, is key to making a successful hire. He also thinks it’s a way to close the opportunity gap that primarily impacts low income individuals. In this episode of #ThisIsWorking the Podcast, Dan Roth and Nina Melendez Ibarra discuss Gerald’s mission with Year Up, includ…
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This week, Year Up Founder and CEO Gerald Chertavian sits in the hot seat for a round of rapid fire questions on how he works. Gerald shares how he uses analog note-taking to organize his thoughts, why a solid morning routine keeps him on track, and what he does to avoid the trap of likeness bias when building out his team and how it's made him a b…
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This week, Under Armour CEO Stephanie Linnartz joins LinkedIn Editor-in-Chief Dan Roth for This is Quick. Stephanie shares how running and meditating keep her focused, how she grapples with the double-edged sword of always having a smartphone nearby, and why an organized agenda is the secret to a great one-on-one. Got questions you want to hear our…
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On this episode of This is Working, our hosts surface the learnings from Dan's conversation with Under Armour CEO Stephanie Linnartz. Nina and Dan dig into Stephanie Linnartz's path from Marriott to the Under Armour c-suite - including the many hours she clocked getting to know the company through its retail locations. They dive into why "dumb ques…
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This week, Athletic Greens COO and President Kat Cole joins LinkedIn Senior Producer Nina Melendez for This is Quick. Kat shares the transformative practice that brings her team cohesion at work and meaningful connection at home, opens up about how a mentor showed up for her at a critical time, and discusses how an early mistake taught her an impor…
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On this episode of This is Working, our hosts revisit Dan’s conversation with Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team Principal and CEO, Toto Wolff. Nina and Dan dive into Toto’s high performance leadership, his organizational culture, and the impact of his early life experiences on his current worldview. They touch on the importance of knowing how to motiva…
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On this episode of This is Working, our hosts dig into how to manage work relationships when your coworkers are also family members. They explore Dan's recent conversation with Jones Road Beauty founder Bobbi Brown and her son Cody Plofker, who happens to be the company's CMO. Dan and Nina talk about how to take and receive feedback when you're rea…
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This week, makeup mogul and serial entrepreneur Bobbi Brown joins LinkedIn Editor-in-Chief Dan Roth for This is Quick. Bobbi shares how she used her college journey to kickstart her makeup career, how her grandfather mentored her, and why staying hydrated matters more to her than a double espresso. Got questions you want to hear Dan Roth ask? Share…
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Recently, LinkedIn's Editor-in-Chief Dan Roth reconnected with Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team Principal and CEO, Toto Wolff to chat through the This is Quick questionnaire. Toto shares the story behind his intense daily schedule, lets us in on why he often lets his 1:1s run long, and offers up his strong opinion on small talk. Got questions you want…
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After the red light goes off on our This is Working live show, we cajole guests to stick around for quick answers to questions about productivity and career growth — a feature called This is Quick. This week, Today Show weather anchor Al Roker shares the productivity tool he bought in 1984 and still carries today, wisdom from his mentor Willard Sco…
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