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In this podcast you will discover best practices and thought leaders in the fields of future of work, leadership and high performance teams.

Teams at Work by BUNCH Darja Gutnick (CEO, Co-Founder of Bunch)

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In this podcast you will discover best practices and thought leaders in the fields of future of work, leadership and high performance teams.

    Episode 36: Knowledge is NOT power - the ability to communicate it is

    Episode 36: Knowledge is NOT power - the ability to communicate it is

    In this week’s episode, our co-founder Anthony chatted with Richard Newman. Richard is the Founder & CEO of Body Talk, the global leader in evidence-based courses on the psychology of communication, helping more than 10,000 organizations and individuals every year to discover the power of storytelling, conflict resolution, and presentation skills. From learning to understand the Tibetan monks to discovering the true power of communication, Richard shared how his company started from a free haircut he got. He also shared why he was resistant to the idea of leadership at first, and how he ultimately learned the 3 pillars of leadership to drive his company forward.
    In this episode, you’ll learn:
    The three areas you need to activate in your audience in order for them to not only listen to your story but act on it
    What children can teach adults about good communication and why you should read your business report like a children's storybook
    How better communication can win you a billion-dollar deal
    Why your ideas don’t speak for themselves - and you have to do it instead
    Timeline:

    01: 15 - Running the company and leading the company are not the same things
    02:20 - The 3 pillars of leadership (vision, mission, values)
    10:25 - Teaching how to communicate at the hair salon (power of a haircut)
    15:55 - You are born to speak - why everyone can be a good communicator
    19:01 - How our innate ability to communicate well is killed over time by others
    22:10 - Actionable steps to help communicate as we used to as children
    25:05 - Your ideas don’t speak for themselves - you have to do it
    28:03 - Content matters less - what matters is how you deliver the information
    33:45 - Your job when you tell a story is to get people to take action
    46:10 - How better communication can win you a billion dollars - sell your benefits

    Connect with Richard:
    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/richardnewmanspeaks/
    Follow Body Talk:
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/ukbodytalk
    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/communicationskillstraining/

    Connect with Anthony:
    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/anthonyreo/
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/anthonyareo

    Follow Bunch:
    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/bunchai/
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/bunch_HQ

    Become a better leader in 2 minutes a day with BUNCH, the AI Leadership Coach. Download it for FREE on the App Store

    • 52 Min.
    Episode 35: The secret sauce of leadership (literally!) - stories from a Wall Street Journal Bestselling Author

    Episode 35: The secret sauce of leadership (literally!) - stories from a Wall Street Journal Bestselling Author

    In this week’s episode, our co-founder Anthony chatted with Chris Schembra. Through stories and lessons learned, Chris shared how he started his career in theater and video production, ultimately discovering the power of gratitude and the role it plays in leadership and building teams. He is the founder and Chief Question Asker of 7:47, an advisory firm that helps companies create meaningful connections through its 7:47 Gratitude Experience, an evidence-based framework that helps leaders build a community and strengthen relationships.
    In this episode, you’ll learn:
    How gratitude can help you get through hard times
    Why community-focused leadership is the key to thriving through uncertain and challenging times
    How Chris went from daily struggle to discovering his true purpose, and how Italian food helped him on that journey
    Connect with Chris:
    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/schembra/
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/cschembra
    Chris's books: https://www.amazon.com/stores/Chris-Schembra/author/B083WMTMJF?ref=ap_rdr&store_ref=ap_rdr&isDramIntegrated=true&shoppingPortalEnabled=true

    Connect with Anthony:
    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/anthonyreo/
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/anthonyareo

    Follow Bunch:
    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/bunchai/
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/bunch_HQ

    Become a better leader in 2 minutes a day with BUNCH, the AI Leadership Coach. Download it for FREE on the App Store

    • 45 Min.
    Episode 34: Risky Business: Why I left my corporate job for entrepreneurship

    Episode 34: Risky Business: Why I left my corporate job for entrepreneurship

    In this week’s episode, we chatted with Louie Bacaj, who shared his journey from starting his career as an engineer in big tech to ultimately becoming an engineering leader at companies like Jet, Walmart, and Bank of America, where he has built teams and lead teams through massive growth, crisis, and various transitions.
    Transitioning from the corporate world, Louie is now pursuing his passion as an entrepreneur, building Nines, and a creator, mentoring companies and individuals, and helping engineers navigate and succeed in their careers.
    In this episode, you’ll learn:
    How a learner mindset can enable you to pursue any passion despite the risks
    What could be the future of big tech and what are the skills you need to acquire to succeed in it
    Why Louie made the decision to leave the big tech and become an entrepreneur, and a creator (and how he overcame the imposter syndrome on his journey)
    The principles of building lasting team relationships based on trust and transparency

    3:00 - What inspired Louie’s transition from the corporate big tech world to entrepreneurship and creatorship
    5:40 - Skills Louie had to learn as an engineer and engineering leader
    6:00 - How does it feel to walk away from big money to chase your dreams as an entrepreneur
    8:05 - Louie’s current projects and how he deals with imposter syndrome along the way
    11:00 - What’s important for tech leaders now
    14:15 - Why evolving technology caused trouble for big tech
    16:30 - How to constantly stay in demand as an engineer
    21:00 - Skills/traits people need to develop to succeed in the tech leadership roles
    25:00 - How to grow in your career by always keeping the learner mindset
    28:00 - How to stay on top of the relevant tech trends

    Connect with Louie:
    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/louiebacaj/
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/LBacaj

    Connect with Darja:
    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/darjagutnick/
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/darjagutnick
    Substack: https://weeklybriefing.substack.com/

    Connect with Anthony:
    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/anthonyreo/
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/anthonyareo

    Follow Bunch:
    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/bunchai/
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/bunch_HQ

    Become a better leader in 2 minutes a day with BUNCH, the AI Leadership Coach. Download it for FREE on the App Store

    • 43 Min.
    Episode 33: The one trait that will set your team up for success in 2023

    Episode 33: The one trait that will set your team up for success in 2023

    This week we chatted with Steve Tauber. Steve is a CTO in residence at madewithlove, where he has worked with more than 45 startups, helping them establish scale-proof processes, and build strong, high-performing teams.
    Steve also recently co-authored a book called “Freerange Management” that helps leaders create an environment where people are truly happy and free to do their best work.
    In this episode, you’ll learn:
    Steve’s new book on free-range management, and what free-range chickens and engineering teams have in common
    Why leaders need to step back to allow their teams to step up
    What to look for in candidates to create knowledge-first organizations
    What you need on your roadmap to succeed in 2023
    2:35 - What is a CTO in residence
    9:50 - What are knowledge-first organizations and why they are relevant today
    14:35 - Steve’s new book and its value for engineering leaders
    25:10 - Double diamond design framework for problem-solving
    29:00 - Accountability in free-range management
    30:55 - How to celebrate failures and learn from them
    38:00 - The toughest moments in Steve’s career and how we overcame them
    41:30 - How getting enough sleep can help you solve problems faster
    44:45 - Why you shouldn’t read any of the popular industry books
    Connect with Steve:
    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/stevetauber/
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/SteveTauber
    Steve's book: https://freerange.management/
    Connect with Darja:
    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/darjagutnick/
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/darjagutnick
    Substack: https://weeklybriefing.substack.com/
    Connect with Anthony:
    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/anthonyreo/
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/anthonyareo

    Follow Bunch:
    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/bunchai/
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/bunch_HQ

    Become a better leader in 2 minutes a day with BUNCH, the AI Leadership Coach. Download it for FREE on the App Store

    • 49 Min.
    The #1 piece of advice to keep growing in your career | Ozioma Egwuonwu

    The #1 piece of advice to keep growing in your career | Ozioma Egwuonwu

    In this episode we chatted with Ozioma Egwuonwu, the founder of BurnBright International LLC. Ozioma works with Fortune 500 companies, non-profit organizations, and business owners, to help them transform their businesses and make them future-proof with key frameworks like Visionary Future-Making.
    She is Expert Faculty at Singularity University, graduated from the Institute for Women’s Entrepreneurship at Cornell, and even developed a Masters-level course taught at Columbia University. Ozioma has been featured on NBC, in The Guardian, and has spoken at SXSW, ADWEEK, the Websummit, and more.
    In this episode you’ll learn:
    How to use the Visionary Future-Making framework to access high-order vision and bring it forward into reality.
    The importance of storytelling in solving problems and inspiring your team, your customers… and yourself!
    What different generations need from the workplace, and how that is pushing organizations to find more impactful, forward-thinking solutions for everyone.
    Timecodes:
    0:45 Conditions and ingredients for transformation
    3:40 The Transformation Economy, The Experience Economy by B. Joseph Pine and James H. Gilmore
    6:30 Singularity University, David Roberts
    8:50 The future and context of work
    19:00 The Visionary Future-Making framework
    25:20 Generations in the workplace
    31:40 Ozioma’s background
    36:30 Overcoming challenges
    42:05 Advice for her younger self
    Connect with Ozioma:
    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ozioma/
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/culturalmaven
    Substack: https://ozioma.substack.com
    Connect with Darja:
    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/darjagutnick/
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/darjagutnick
    Substack: https://weeklybriefing.substack.com/
    Follow Bunch:
    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/bunchai/
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/bunch_HQ
    Become a better leader in 2 minutes a day with BUNCH, the AI Leadership Coach. Download it for FREE on the App Store

    • 44 Min.
    Episode 31: A very open conversation about failure, self-love and lessons learned from N26, Parship and Vivy with Christian Rebernik

    Episode 31: A very open conversation about failure, self-love and lessons learned from N26, Parship and Vivy with Christian Rebernik

    In this episode we sat down with Christain Rebernik, a serial entrepreneur, angel investor, mentor, and father of 3. Christian is the former CEO and Co-Founder at Vivy, former CTO and MD at N26, former CTO at Parship, and created award-winning apps like ShareTheMeal for the UN World Food Programme. His current mission is to educate and empower the changemakers of tomorrow as CEO and Co-Founder at Germany’s first virtual university, Tomorrow University of Applied Sciences.
    In this episode you’ll learn:
    Why Christian as an engineer hated Sales at the start of his journey and why he loves it now (and how it creates value)
    How Christian dealt with failure in his career and what encouraged him to keep going (and how you can do the same)
    Why Christian believes he was not a good leader at first and what he has learned and improved on since
    His biggest success secret and what love’s gotta do with it!
    Connect with Christian:
    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/crebernik/
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/crebernik7791
    Follow Tomorrow University:
    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/school/tomorrowuniversity/
    Connect with Darja:
    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/darjagutnick/
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/darjagutnick
    Substack: https://weeklybriefing.substack.com/
    Connect with Anthony:
    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/anthonyreo/
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/anthonyareo

    Follow Bunch:
    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/bunchai/
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/bunch_HQ

    Become a better leader in 2 minutes a day with BUNCH, the AI Leadership Coach. Download it for FREE on the App Store

    • 41 Min.

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