Interview: Doug Wilson Pt 2 - Inter-generational Friendships - #040

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Summary

In this episode, I interview Doug Wilson, a former F1000 executive with years of experience in the people / HR departments of several large organizations. In part 2, we talk about Doug's latest curiosity. Inter-generational friendships.

Transcript

Introduction

It is Friday February 9th and I'm Josh Newton.

Welcome to the I'm Josh Newton Show where it is all about putting your potential into practice. Today we're going to jump into part 2 of our interview with Doug Wilson.

If you haven't listened to the first part of this interview, I highly encourage you to go back and listen to that in Episode 39. In that episode, we explore some of Doug's background, we talked about why he doesn't like to use the word human resources or human capital to describe the people space, how he's running a thought studio, and why he thought being transferred to the people side of a business was a negative versus a positive.

In this second segment, here, we're going to talk about something that I thought was really interesting because it's not a topic that Doug and I have touched on in the past and it's an idea that he's exploring around inter-generational friendships.

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Outro

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