Success Leaves Clues: Ep189 with guest Lisa Taylor, President at Challenge Factory
Episode Details

In this episode, Robin Bailey is joined by guest co-host Deb Voorheis in an interview with Lisa Taylor, president of Challenge Factory, igniting transformative, measurable change for people and workplaces. She is also the author of The Talent Revolution: Longevity and the Future of Work, a definitive guide to maximizing workforce value.

They discuss the origins of Challenge Factory's name and its mission to tackle the challenges workforces and leaders face. They also explore the future of work, including the need for lifelong learning, the changing nature of careers, and the importance of recognizing and valuing older workers. Lisa shares her experience as a young entrepreneur and the advantages and disadvantages she faced. The conversation concludes with a discussion on the return to work and the role of employers in facilitating a positive work environment.

"We're gonna have to continue to learn all the way through our careers and not just in like little bits of training, but actually significantly adjusting to shifts and changes, including making significant career changes along the way as the norm." ~ Lisa Taylor

Key Takeaways

  • The future of work requires lifelong learning and the ability to adapt to changing circumstances and career paths.
  • Older workers bring valuable soft skills and wisdom to the workforce, and age should not be a barrier to engagement and opportunities.
  • Entrepreneurship can be a rewarding and satisfying career path, but it requires hard work and perseverance.
  • Return to work should be approached with consideration for employees' needs and preferences, balancing remote and in-person work.
  • Employers play a crucial role in creating a positive work environment and supporting the well-being and growth of their workforce.

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