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For the Love of Work™
Made Possible by Rogers.

 

For the Love of Work returns for season two at a pivotal moment in the world of work as teams begin to adjust to the new realities of the modern workplace; from home, in the office, or both. The challenges are unique, but so are the opportunities to level up, open new doors and build a meaningful career.

Season two of For the Love of Work expands its season one focus on the “employee experience” and dives deep into the notion of growth and leadership. Gen Z and Millenials are taking over the workplace and soon, they’ll be leading and managing teams of their own. To be successful, they’ll need to lean on the right experts who will hand them the right tools to build on the wide skillsets they developed as team members and make a real impact as strong leaders. As told with practical tips and engaging stories, a consistent theme this season is the idea  that leadership can come from anywhere.

 

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Episodes

Announcing Season Two!

This season we’re back with six brand new episodes that explore the changing nature of leadership in a post pandemic world. Made Possible by Rogers, For the Love of Work launches on Monday, September 20.

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Listen to Season One here.

About Our Host - Dr. Sonia Kang

Dr. Sonia Kang holds the Canada Research Chair in Identity, Diversity and Inclusion, and is an Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management at the University of Toronto.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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If you have an Apple device, the “Podcasts” app should already be downloaded on your phone. Once you’re in the app, click the search page and type in the podcast you want to listen to (we recommend For the Love of Work – it’s free). Tap on your desired podcast, and you’ll be directed to the podcast’s homepage where all the episodes live. Hit “Subscribe” and new episodes will automatically download to your device for easy listening. More information from Apple can be found here.

If you have an Android or Google device, search and download “Google Podcasts” in the play store app. Once you open the app, use the search box to type in the podcast you want to listen to (we recommend For the Love of Work – it’s free). Tap on your desired podcast, and you’ll be directed to the podcast’s homepage where all the episodes live. Hit “Subscribe” and new episodes will automatically download to your device for easy listening

You can also listen to For the Love of Work directly on this website, by clicking into any episode and hitting the play button.

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A podcast is a digital program, most commonly in audio format similar to talk-radio, that you can subscribe to on your smartphone, or listen to via a website.

Many podcasts are formatted as a series of audio episodes focused on a specific theme or topic, that can be any length (from 1 min to 3 hours!), with daily, weekly or monthly new episodes, and can be fictional or non-fictional.

New to podcasts? We recommend you start with For the Love of Work to get you hooked. You can also find some great podcasts from our sister network, Frequency Podcast Networks.

Yes – almost all podcasts are free! You can listen to podcasts on Apple Podcasts app, Google Podcast App, Stitcher, Spotify, and even directly off this website.

No. For the Love of Work is a thought leadership guide to self-actualization, as seen through the growing lens of the modern “employee experience”. While For the Love of Work is made possible by Rogers, it is hosted by Dr. Sonia Kang and features experts from across the globe, talking about all aspects of the modern employee experience.

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Great question! The audio version of For the Love of Work is only available in English. For our French-speaking audience, there are transcripts available.