Ep. 53 – “Curing Stagnation in the Workplace” w/ Marti Konstant

by | Oct 19, 2021 | Podcasts | 0 comments

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 About our Guest

Marti Konstant

Be proactive about stagnation in your work with workplace analyst and career-agility researcher Marti Konstant. She is the author of the best-selling “Activate Your Agile Career: How Responding to Change will Inspire Your Life’s Work” with a companion workbook. She is a workplace futurist who guides individuals to help them pursue their passion and understand what they can bring to the workplace. 

“When change is happening, don’t do nothing!” – Marti Konstant 

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More about Marti  

Prior to launching her company, “Konstant Change”, Marti was the Senior Director of Inbound Sales Development at Samsung Electronics where she created and launched generation programs and developed inside sales channels. She also led HubSpot implementation and integrated Salesforce.com. 

For six years prior to her leadership at Samsung, she was the Vice President of Marketing at Open Kernel Labs, Inc. where she helped define the mobile virtualization market space for the company which led to Open Kernel Labs mobile software being in 2 billion devices worldwide. She took the company from launch to the acquisition of General Dynamics. 

Marti also was the Director of Client Services at CloserLook  where she led the creation of relationship marketing solutions for various companies in the pharmaceutical and med tech industries. 

Marti Konstant received her MBA in Marketing at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business as well as her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Design at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

 More about Marti from her LinkedIn profile

“Within my well-researched body of work, I’ve created links between individual career agility and workforce agility, two essential behaviors for thriving in a world of volatility, uncertainty, complexity, and ambiguity.

 The flexible agility model enables individuals and organizations to better assess fluid circumstances with the goal of adapting to change in a strategic manner.

 According to my research the agility mindset can be learned and is one of the most needed power skills in the workplace today. Organizations require agility thinkers to move their organizations forward, especially in times of disruption and uncertainty.

 Job seekers and the employers who hire them benefit from the nimble and forward-thinking approach of those who forge the future and cultivate agility, rather than stop in their tracks via stagnation.

 The World Economic Forum when referring to organizational resilience in response to the pandemic, mentioned,

 “When asked about “being more agile”, having fluid teams and workers with broad skill sets were most important to companies – above agile work practices, or agile organization design.”

 Contact me for keynote speeches, training and coaching:

 👉 Job search strategies for mid-careerists in a time of change

👉 Agility skills training for individuals and teams

👉 Personal brand development for individuals, teams, and leadership with organizations

 My processes and exercises will help you cultivate observation skills, flex your personal agility muscle, and develop adaptability intelligence for your job search or business strategies.”

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