In this episode, we speak with Nina Mapson-Bone, Managing Director of Beaumont People, about meaningful work. We explore the definition of meaningful work and its impact during the pandemic. Meaningful work is subjective and varies for each individual, and we discuss the definition of meaningful work, which had not been extensively researched in Australia. Academics have developed a definition that takes into account factors such as personal goals, values, motivations, and societal context.

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Key Take Aways:

We discuss the fact that meaningful work is an ongoing journey rather than a quick fix.

  • Reflecting on meaningful work post-pandemic
  • Nina's journey into recruitment and meaningful work
  • The importance of soft skills in future jobs
  • The growing talent shortage and the need for human skills
  • Nina shares lessons for personal and professional growth
  • Meaningful work and its impact on wellbeing and performance.

Contact Nina:

Nina Mapson Bone Website

Nina Mapson Bone Instagram

Nina Mapson Bone LinkedIn

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