Perspectives

The Green Room by Deloitte podcast

The Green Room by Deloitte tackles a tricky question about the world around us every two weeks. From automation anxiety to zero waste, we call on clever experts and great research from across the firm and beyond to find the answer. At around thirty minutes each, they're just the right length for that morning commute too. Go ahead, untangle those headphones and join us.

Episode #5: Will I ever feel good enough for my job?
Have you ever questioned whether you’re good enough? Afraid people will find out you’re not capable? Felt like a fraud? You’re not alone. Imposter Syndrome affects 70% of people at some point in their lives. This week we’re joined by two very special guests to tackle our latest big question: will I ever feel good enough for my job?

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Episode #4: Can one small change save the planet?
From reusable coffee cups to metal straws, we’re all familiar with the ‘war’ against single-use plastics. Eco-friendly options have become more mainstream, but how much difference can one small change really make? What else could we as individuals be doing to reduce our waste? And what’s the role of business in all of this? This week we ask: can one small change save the planet?

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Episode #3: What makes a great career?
Careers matter. Not just in terms of livelihoods, but how we define our identities.
What matters to you at work? From a good boss and great benefits, to being recognised and making an impact. This week we ask: what makes a great career?

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Episode #2: What can we learn from the underground economy?
Tired of the same old advice from the same old places? How about some innovation lesson from narcos, pirates and hackers? Being proficient at new technologies is key to the success of underground economies. For these innovators on the edges of society, innovation isn’t a choice, but a matter of survival. This week’s big question: what can we learn from the underground economy?

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Episode #1: What will be the last job on earth?
Would you trust a robot to lead an interview? Operate on you? Make your lunch? Technology is advancing at an unprecedented speed and many of us already work with robots every day. But what happens when the bots become more useful than us? Automation could take 30% of our jobs in the next 30 years. Some will disappear faster than others. This week we ask: what will be last job on earth?

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