Self: Revolution and Opportunity in the Workplace

Exceptional career guides for workplace leaders and organizers

Our Turn

These learning audiobooks on workplace revolution were so stimulating that I often sat in my driveway after trips and commutes just so I could keep listening. Narrated by a talented group of voice pros and authors, these audios include some exceptional career guides for people who work with others in groups in which effort is coordinated to get things done.

Our TurnKirstine Stewart’s OUR TURN is a good example. With the help of a savvy performance by Laurel Lefkow, Stewart urges women to find more ways to express their talents at work, seek more responsibility, and demand fair compensation. Coming at a time when male biases (and misbehavior) are being called out more often, her invitation for women to step into leadership positions fits nicely with today’s flattening of organizational hierarchies. Most of us thrive when working for someone with the fluid decisiveness and social skills that I see in effective female executives— someone who respects the individuals on their team instead of using them. Read more…

Tom Walken has spent most of his professional life in clinical psychology, primarily as a psychotherapist and now as a management consultant. Reviewing audio programs for more than two decades has exposed him to some great thinkers and helped him become more effective in his work. But the biggest gift has been how listening helps him grow personally, look at himself with calmer eyes, and connect with others with a kinder heart.