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When was the last time you thought, “Wow, I love my job!”? Has it been a while?
In this episode, Matt Halloran talks to Pam Ross, founder of Blue Rebel Works, about how to make work awesome. If you’re like most people, you’ll spend a third of your life working! You’re about to learn how to make your work meaningful and fun instead of it feeling boring and soul-sucking. Pam also shares ways to develop strong leadership and a motivated company culture.
- How a Results-Only Work Environment™ helps advisors minimize job burnout
- Tips for laying a cultural foundation that elevates your client experience
- Why giving your team more autonomy leads to better performance
- The importance of defining your priority (yes, singular!)
- How to reinvent your work schedule, post-pandemic
- And more
Connect With Pam Ross:
- Book a free 30-minute consultation call with Pam
- Blue Rebel Works
- LinkedIn: Pam Ross (Pam hosts a live interactive session every Friday!)
- Twitter: Pam Ross
- LinkedIn: Blue Rebel Works
- Facebook: Blue Rebel Works
Connect With ProudMouth:
- LinkedIn: Matt Halloran
- Twitter: Matt Halloran
- LinkedIn: ProudMouth
- Facebook: ProudMouth
- Twitter: ProudMouth
- YouTube: ProudMouth
About Our Guest:
Pam Ross, founder of Blue Rebel Works, believes we spend too much time at work for it to suck, and that everyone has the power to make work awesome. After 15 years in HR and Operations leadership in the corporate world, she quit her job with a mission to reinvent work for the masses. Having been trained in self-management practices and Results-Only Work Environment™, Pam helps clients build more engaged and innovative workplaces where people are free to do their best work. She is also a sought-after speaker about the future of work and the co-creator of the Blueprint for Workplace Reinvention. She has been featured in Huffington Post, on CTV, and in HR Magazine.