Stew Friedman Hosts National Radio Show
Tune in at 7 PM Eastern every Tuesday for live broadcasts of Work and Life on SiriusXM’s Business Radio Powered by Wharton (Channel 111).
Wharton and SiriusXM partnered to launch this channel, which reaches over 650K SiriusXM subscribers in the U.S. and Canada, in January 2014. Since then, Stew Friedman has hosted about 200 guests on his weekly show, the goal of which is to provide inspiration and insights for action that empower people to create a greater sense of harmony among the different parts of their lives. Stew and his guests explore everything related to work and the rest of life; your home and family, your community and society, and your private self (mind, body, and spirit). He talks to the world’s leading experts – including business leaders, researchers, policy advocates – and everyday people in all kinds of jobs and families. Stew takes calls from listeners in the second half-hour of the show, after having a conversation with his guests in the first half. Read transcripts of archived shows at the Work/Life Integration Project.
Podcast of Work and Life with Stew Friedman
Big news – podcast version of the radio show is now available!
Many people who are not fee-paying SiriusXM subscribers have been clamoring to gain access to what the inspiring and provocative thought leaders say on Work and Life about how to manage the intersection between work and the rest of life. SiriusXM and Wharton recently agreed to allow hosts to share their shows as free podcasts.
Go to Work and Life Podcast for edited versions of selected shows supplemented by additional information and resources on this site about each fantastic guest. Subscribe using your favorite platform to the podcast so you can take in wisdom and advice from world-renowned researchers (e.g., Barry Schwartz and Cal Newport), pioneers in the field of work/life (e.g., Ellen Galinsky and Joan Williams), thought leaders (e.g., Anne Marie Slaughter and Arianna Huffington), Wharton alumni (e.g., Neil Blumenthal and Brett Hurt), CEOS and other HR execs (Doug Conant, former CEO of Campbell Soup and Patty McCord, former Chief Talent Officer at Netflix), and many more!
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