0102 | Daniel Pink

0102 | Daniel Pink

Daniel Pink is the author of several New York Times best-selling books including his new release, Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us. In Drive, Dan explores new research that suggests that our traditional ideas about motivation may be way off.

0:00 Introduction

1:19 What is motivation 3.0?

3:50 Talk to us about some of the research you explore in the book.

6:40 What advice can you give organizational leaders on how to use this research?

10:20 How do these findings apply to sales organizations?

17:30 What is emotionally intelligent signage?

21:30 What are you reading?

Referenced Resources:

Drive – Dan Pink

Predictably Irrational – Dan Ariely

Emotionally Intelligent Signage

Nothing to Envy – Barbara Demick

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David Burkus is an organizational psychologist, keynote speaker, and bestselling author of five books on leadership and teamwork.

2 thoughts on “0102 | Daniel Pink”

  1. David,

    Blown away by this interview. Great work.

    I love Dan Pink’s work and his insights into the changing work environment. I have not yet read Drive but it’s in my stack of BTR.

    Predictably Irrational is one of my all-time favorite books. It changed the way I thought about economics.

    Amazingly, I am currently reading Nothing to Envy. I hadn’t heard anything about it when I picked it up and assumed it was an obscure book. I was shocked to see it listed above.

    You continue to surprise me.

    1. Glad you enjoyed it. I’ve been a fan of Pink since I saw his TED talk. Ironically, I’ve been a fan of Ariely’s since I saw his TED talk. (I love TED). I’ve added Nothing to Envy to the list but, to be honest, it’s going to be awhile before i get to it. The fun of working, running a new media platform and studying in a doctoral program.

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