Work with Marty Nemko Marty and guests discuss job & work issues.
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Work with Marty Nemko, 12/6/18: A debate: Is Universal Basic Income a Good Idea?

On the Dec 4, 2018 edition of Work with Marty Nemko: Universal basic income, sometimes referred to as UBI or guaranteed basic income is an often-proposed approach to dealing with widening income inequality and the ever-growing threat of jobs being offshored and automated, UBI has been embraced both some on the Left, the Right, and by Libertarians such as Milton Friedman...and it has been opposed by some on the Left, Right, and libertarians. To help explore the issue fairly, I'm pleased to have

Work with Marty Nemko, 12/6/18: A debate: Is Universal Basic Income a Good Idea?

Work with Marty Nemko, 11/29/18: On Time

On the Nov. 29, 2018 edition of Work with Marty Nemko, I offer the tips that have most helped my client improve their time management.

Work with Marty Nemko, 11/22/18: Career Myths

On the Nov. 22, 2018 edition of Work with Marty Nemko, I dispel or at least provide nuance to common career myths, such as "You gotta network" and "Follow your passion."

Work with Marty Nemko, 11/15/18: What about the millions of not-tech whizzes?

On the Nov. 15, 2018 edition of Work with Marty Nemko , my wife and Napa County Superintendent of Schools Dr. Barbara Nemko and I debate what's to happen, in an era of ever more automation, offshoring, and giggification, to the many millions of people who aren't tech whizzes or otherwise intellectual giants. We will explore approaches to the problem.

Work with Marty Nemko, 11/15/18: What about the millions of not-tech whizzes?

Work with Marty Nemko, 11/8/18: Heather Mac Donald

On the Nov. 11, 2018 edition of Work with Marty Nemko, I talk with Heather Mac Donald, author of the Diversity Delusion.

Work with Marty Nemko, 11/1/18: Jonathan Haidt on encouraging more diverse thought in the workplace.

On the Nov. 1, 2018 edition of Work with Marty Nemko , I talk with Jonathan Haidt about how to get people of different opinions to civilly explore each others' positions in the workplace or the university. He is Professor of Ethical Leadership at NYU's School of Business, named one of the "top global thinkers" by Foreign Policy magazine and one of the "top world thinkers" by Prospect magazine, Britain's leading monthly current affairs magazine. And he's co-author of a new book published by

Work with Marty Nemko, 11/1/18: Jonathan Haidt on encouraging more diverse thought in the workplace.

Work with Marty Nemko, 10/25/18: Career Dos and Don'ts for Parents of College Students

On the October 25, 2018 edition of Work with Marty Nemko I share the essence of my talk at a Stanford University Distinguished Speaker Series: advice on how parents can best help their college students launch a rewarding career.

Work with Marty Nemko, 10/25/18: Career Dos and Don'ts for Parents of College Students

Work with Marty Nemko, 10/18/18: Ethical Issues at Work

On the Oct. 18, 2018 edition of Work with Marty Nemko, Drs. Barbara and Marty Nemko debate common but thorny ethical issues in the workplace.

Work with Marty Nemko, 10/4/18: "America's Best Boss," John Chambers

ABC's 20-20 called Cisco CEO John Chambers, "America's best boss." An advisor to presidents Clinton, Bush, France's Macron, Israel's Shimon Peres, and Jordan's King Abdullah, TIME named him one of "The 100 Most Influential People in the World." On the Oct. 4, 2018 edition of Work with Marty Nemko , I interview him about his new book, C onnecting the Dots: Lessons for Leadership in a Startup World. We will focus on advice relevant to a wide range of people, not just leaders. We'll discuss

Work with Marty Nemko, 9/27/18: Microdosing at Work?

Is it worth trying microdoses of LSD or mushrooms to enhance one's work efforts? On the Sep. 27, 2018 edition of Work with Marty Nemko , I explore the extent of what we know and don't know with Johns Hopkins professor Matthew Johnson and Third Wave's Paul Austin.

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