The Joy Connector

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Brianne Ligori

The Joy Connector. In today’s episode Judith Germain speaks to Brianne Ligori about joy and whether there is a place for it in the workplace. Judith discusses exactly what quiet quitting is and how labelling it wrongly you allow the organisation to ignore their responsibility for change.

They also talk about the fact that the balance of power has shifted in the workplace and whether the recognition of joy at work will survive beyond the aftermath of Covid. Brianne answers the question of whether entrepreneurs can really be joyful or not.

Listen to the rest of the conversation with the Joy Connector, where they discuss the gig economy and the realities of life, work and business.

Brianne Ligori can be found on LinkedIn here. Her website is here.

You can listen to Episode 259 on any of the popular podcast platforms or apps (including Spotify, and Audible). If you prefer to listen to your browser you can do that below. Enjoy!

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