Harvard Business Podcasts Make You Believe

Harvard organization podcasts are smart, timely, and designed to make you believe. Whether you are looking for insights out of HBR publishers or guidance from leading experts, these podcasts will help you become a better leader at work and in life.

Dozens of podcasts — from the latest episode of HBR IdeaCast to HBR Women at Function and outside — are part of the fresh network. The curated selection builds over the success of original HBR podcasts like Special HBR:, HBR On Leadership, and Freezing Call.

With this episode of web HBR IdeaCast, Rachel Carson’s report inspires us to consider the many ways that caring for others reflects management. Vem som st?r Nancy Koehn joins IdeaCast host Adi Ignatius to learn her example on Carson and her balancing of her trailblazing environmental work with caretaking obligations.

When your business is facing layoffs, you could have a choice: you can test to hide the pain and let your people down or you usually takes steps to build trust and gain back momentum. This week on HBR On Management, professor Sandra Sucher shares her research in the hidden costs of layoffs, and how teams leaders can browse through thorny scenarios with sympathy and knowledge.

HBR Symbolizes is a podcast network curated by HBR editors displaying partner-created attacks covering a wide range of topics from iconic HBR case studies to current occurrences that sit at the crossroads of organization and culture. Each instance will offer deep dives into the academic theory without sacrificing practical takeaways you can use.