How can you tell when someone is lying?
How would it be if YOU could tell when someone was lying?
They say, every cloud has a silver lining.
Well, I have a cloud, a condition known as prosopagnosia or face-blindness. But what comes with my version of face-blindness is a silver lining that reveals deep secrets about other people that most of you will never see!
Yes, you’ve got it: I can often tell when someone is lying. Watch the video, and you’ll see how that works.
Maria Franzoni invited me to be a guest on her podcast.
Maria Franzoni is a former agent, speaker bureau owner, and all-round guru for professional speakers.
In our conversation, I share my unique take on the World of Work, and the Future of Work: post-Covid.
In this interview, I explain why the inter-generational arena is critical for businesses to recognize.
I also illustrate how ageism exists for older & younger workers, but the language is different.
Do businesses appreciate the importance of embracing intergenerational diversity?
This was one of my favourite questions from Maria. Here’s my answer …
“I think that psychologically, intellectually, they get it. Emotionally, they don’t!
Age is not an easy subject to talk about: It’s unlawful to perpetrate ageism on anybody of any age.
And of course, it’s going on!”
What are the big differences between the generations?
‘I can’t even…‘ is a phrase growing in popularity, particularly among young people. But what does it mean? Ask a GenZ, and they’ll tell you. Ask someone older, and they’ll probably look at you as if you’re slightly bonkers!
Listen to this podcast and you’ll discover exactly what it means.
Also, younger generations – genz and millennials – are being attracted & recruited through a rapid and easy hiring process. Whereas, older workers feel valued when their age is judged irrelevant but their experience, consulting and educating skills are regarded as invaluable.
In this podcast, I share the factors that drive my business success and reinforce what I truly believe. When people recognise that all ages have value from the youngest to the oldest, then we’ll just be a happier, more diverse workplace.
What’s not to like?