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“IN/ACTION: Rethinking the Path to Results”

Jinny Uppal is a business and technology leader, team builder and author of the award-winning book “IN/ACTION: Rethinking the Path to Results” in which she explores the downside of the prevalent cultural bias for action even when it’s unnecessary or counter-productive. Mike Petrusky asks Jinny about her counter-intuitive philosophy around the benefits of reflective thinking … Continue reading "“IN/ACTION: Rethinking the Path to Results”"

“IN/ACTION: Rethinking the Path to Results”

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Jinny Uppal is a business and technology leader, team builder and author of the award-winning book “IN/ACTION: Rethinking the Path to Results” in which she explores the downside of the prevalent cultural bias for action even when it’s unnecessary or counter-productive. Mike Petrusky asks Jinny about her counter-intuitive philosophy around the benefits of reflective thinking and strategic inaction, and how such an approach can apply to workplace leadership and facility management decision-making. Mike and Jinny discuss return to office planning, space management for the future of work, and the “paradox of goal setting”. Check out this conversation that will provide practical ideas for being a workplace innovator in your organization!

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Connect with Jinny on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jinnyuppal/

Learn more about Jinny and get a copy the book here: https://www.jinnyuppal.com/book

Discover free resources and explore past interviews at: https://www.workplaceinnovator.com/

Connect with Mike on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mikepetrusky/

Share your thoughts with Mike via email: [email protected]


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As the host of both the Workplace Innovator Podcast and the Asset Champion Podcast, Mike's role at Eptura is to share thought leadership with CRE, FM, and IT leaders in the digital and hybrid workplace. As an in-demand public speaker, Mike engages audiences with his focus on the human element of workplace and facility management at International Facility Management Association, CoreNet, and other industry events.

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