Business Video Roundup: The Future of Work, Advice from Squarespace CEO & More
In this week’s roundup of great videos for entrepreneurs and business owners, some of the top economists in the nation offer their thoughts on the future of the workplace in the U.S., Columbia Business School Professor Stephan Meier hosts a webinar exploring five key decisions business leaders will have to make regarding the future of work moving forward, and Patrick Bet-David discusses one of the hardest skills to master as an entrepreneur. Plus, Moria Forbes interviews Squarespace CEO Anthony Casalena, who has lots of solid advice for burgeoning entrepreneurs—including the necessity to regularly “turn off” work and recharge.
CNBC: What Is the Future of the Workplace in the U.S.?
A few of the nation’s top economists offer their predictions and insights into what the post-pandemic workplace will look like. Will it be a hybrid of working from home and the office? And could it mean that most workers will spend fewer hours working? Includes thoughts from Esther Duflo, Mohamed El-Erian, Gary Shilling, Dan Ariely, and Mark Zandi.
Columbia: 5 Key Decisions to Manage the Future of Work in the Next Normal
This half-hour webinar examines the five essential decisions that business leaders have to make in regards to the why, where, and how work gets done moving forward. Hosted by Columbia Business School Professor Stephan Meier and Deloitte Consulting’s Future of Work founding partner Jeff Schwartz.
Patrick Bet-David: Hardest Skill to Master as an Entrepreneur
Patrick Bet-David reveals one of the hardest skills to learn as an entrepreneur—the ability to “switch and unplug” to speak the right language in the right situations. Most of us do it to some degree without thinking about it, but few ever truly master it.
How Turning Work Off Makes Squarespace CEO Anthony Casalena a Stronger Leader
In this quick “2-Minute Takeaway” from the much longer full interview (below), Squarespace CEO Anthony Casalena talks about why turning work off is crucial to avoiding burnout and bouncing back from challenging situations.
Squarespace Founder on the Conventions He Defied to Build His Billion-Dollar Startup
And if you want a full, in-depth interview with Squarespace’s Anthony Casalena, this is the complete 32-minute conversation between Casalena and Moira Forbes. He talks about his early days bootstrapping to reinventing his product and scaling to incredible success. There are some terrific insights and advice for entrepreneurs and business owners of all stripes within.
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