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Welcome to The Teamwork Advantage, a Gregg Gregory Podcast. Informal and insightful conversations with professionals and experts in the TLC arena - Teamwork, Leadership, Culture. A must-listen program, where we take you inside the mind's of these experts to discover actionable insights to be a stronger team member, a more effective leader, and enrich your team's culture.
 
Everyone remembers the curtain call, but what goes on during the build-up towards that penultimate moment? What ensues when you get a celebrated author to open up for a heart-to-heart? The Teamwork Arts podcast promises to offer a slew of cross-genre conversations that go beyond the labels one tends to attach to creative endeavors. This is an ideal show for when you want to sit in on captivating, enthralling, and sometimes downright hilarious conversations with professionals from all across ...
 
TEAMWORK MAKES THE DREAMWORK! ****TEAMWORK RADIO**** We have been on the air since October 2008. NYActor & TimG (plus sometimes HomeExec Ann) host an Internet Marketing show about people helping people to make money online! We talk about what we're up to, what we are doing to make money online as well as new contacts/leads, and answer as many questions as we can. We do have special call in guests from time to time whom are TeamWork Network members as well as Online MARKETING EXPERTS! We look ...
 
Teamwork op het Hoogste Niveau kent vele gezichten en vele manieren. In deze twee-wekelijkse podcast gaan hosts Roderick en Bart met mensen in gesprek over het hoogste niveau van teamwork. De podcast laat horen hoe teams en teamleiders omgaan met hun vorm van teamwork, de uitdagingen die ze tegenkomen, hoe ze worden ontwikkeld, welke rol onderwerpen als cultuur, leiderschap, ondersteuning, mentaliteit en vertrouwen hierin spelen. Weinig theorieën, maar bewijzen en ervaringen uit de praktijk.
 
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Your team wants to work with great people but they need you to find those people and do it quickly. From ever-expanding job duties to burnout from you being short-staffed, your team needs you to hire better people. The right people will improve quality, customer satisfaction, and team morale. Join us as we speak with Ryan Englin about the tools and…
 
V-A-L-U-E - we have heard the word for years. The term is often focused on Sales and how a salesperson should add more value. In this energetic episode of The Teamwork Advantage, Ken Wendle focuses on his definition of the word "Value". Ken takes the time to review each of his five components of VALUE: Vision Alignment Leverage Uniqueness Execution…
 
Chandrahas Choudhury is a novelist, essayist and literary critic. He has recently authored My Country Is Literature: Adventures in The Reading Life, a book of essays about writers ranging from Bibhutibhushan Bandyopadhyay to Jawaharlal Nehru. In conversation with music programmer and broadcaster Sarthak Kaushik, Choudhury voices the struggle of sep…
 
Growth is one thing. Keeping employees engaged and motivated is another. In this episode of The Teamwork Advantage, Darrin Jahnel shares his secrets for taking a software development company from three employees (two of them being Darrin and his brother) to a powerful team of 150 in just 10 years. Darrin shares the story of his 3rd employee and the…
 
What if you could capture - and capitalize - on the thinking preferences of everyone on your team? Just as people have preferences for foods and colors, they also have measurably different preferences when it comes to solving problems or tackling challenges. Some people seek to clarify the issue/problem (What’s the history, context, data?), others …
 
Our 6th season of The Teamwork Advantage kicks off with a true superstar from the extreme athletics world, Robyn Benincasa. Robyn is the author of “How Winning Works” in which she talks about how she paralleled professions; being a firefighter for San Diego County and competing in the world of extreme athletics. Robyn talks about how, as a true com…
 
Some organizations are canceling most meetings. They hope it will lead to more productivity. Is this the right play or an overreaction? In many cases cancelling ineffective meetings is the the correct decision. Having the right kinds of meetings with the right people participating, with a focus is the challenge.…
 
Namita Gokhale is the author of twenty-one books and Sahitya Akademi (National Academy of Letters) awardee for 2021. She is the co-founder and co-director of the Jaipur Literature Festival. In conversation with music programmer and broadcaster Sarthak Kaushik, Gokhale explores some fascinating perspectives on art, languages and culture. This episod…
 
Hansda Sowvendra Shekhar is a doctor by profession who has authored six books so far, including The Adivasi Will Not Dance, The Mysterious Ailment of Rupi Baskey and My Father’s Garden, among others. He has translated from Santhali and Hindi into English and is now trying to translate from Bengali. In conversation with music programmer and broadcas…
 
After opening in 2018 and working hard to grow its business, the Emma Justine Salon in Louisville Kentucky had its fair share of havoc to deal with during the COVID pandemic. Like many others, they shut down 100% for over 60 days and then opened with limited services for the next several months. In this episode of The Teamwork Advantage, Adel Migir…
 
Naushad Forbes is the Co-Chairman of Forbes Marshall, India's leading Steam Engineering and Control Instrumentation firm, and the Chairman of Ananta Aspen Centre and Centre for Technology, Innovation and Economic Research. In conversation with music programmer and broadcaster Sarthak Kaushik, Forbes talks about making sense of chaos in an increasin…
 
Many experts argue we must only work on our strengths and that somehow this approach will magically make our weaknesses disappear. Any strength over-used becomes a weakness. It is not our strengths which block our ability to improve personal and professional relationships or rise in our careers or win a championship, it is our weaknesses. I am a pr…
 
Years after the events of the 1984 Olympics, Sean Murray was inspired to write his book “If Gold Is Our Destiny – How a Team of Mavericks Came Together for Olympic Glory”. Sean interviewed the players and coaches of the 1984 men's volleyball team and discovered what brought them together to achieve Olympic glory. What makes this so powerful is that…
 
Join Christian Napier and Spencer Horn as they discuss some of the challenges occurring in tech and overall labor markets. Are current layoffs justified? How do you save your company as the economy shrinks and maintain team performance? Getting the balance right can be tricky. Elon Musk is firing employees on twitter, Deion Sanders is named the hea…
 
Dr. Quintin Shepherd grew up on a working farm in the Midwest and is now the superintendent of schools in Victoria, Texas. His journey is a very interesting story, and one that both educators and business professionals may learn from. As a leader, are you solving complicated or complex problems? Dr. Shepherd helps us understand the differences in t…
 
Omar Saif Ghobash is Assistant Minister for Cultural Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation. He is the author of Letters to a Young Muslim, a vital manifesto tackling the dilemmas facing young Muslims and everyone navigating the complexities of today’s world. In conversation with music programmer and broadcaster Sarthak …
 
George Bernard Shaw said, “The single biggest problem with communication is the illusion that it has taken place. Join Christian Napier and Spencer Horn and they discuss what they have learned to help solve one of the biggest problems every organization and relationship face…communication!Por Spencer Horn and Christian Napier
 
The Utah jazz - the NBA team with the lowest expectations - are leading their division to start the season. Fans love how hard the team plays, and team members love playing for and with each other. Spencer Horn and Christian Napier share real life examples of teams with and without heart.Por Spencer Horn and Christian Napier
 
Anand Neelakantan is an Indian author whose debut novel, Asura: The Tale of The Vanquished, is a perennial best-seller in fourteen languages. Neelakantan has also written the official prequel trilogy for the blockbuster Bahubali films and has written screenplays for popular television series, including Siya Ke Ram, Chakravarthy Ashoka and Mahabali …
 
Shunali Khullar Shroff is a Mumbai-based writer and author of the bestselling books Battle Hymn of a Bewildered Mother and Love in the time of Affluenza. She writes for a host of print and digital publications on modern Indian life, culture, travel and feminism, including Elle, Condé Nast Traveller, HT Brunch, Mint Lounge and Vogue, among others. I…
 
Psychological safety is a powerful tool. In this episode of "The Teamwork Advantage," Stephan Wiedner shares tools to measure your team’s psychological safety. Click here to download the seven questions you should answer to measure the level of psychological safety on your team!Por Gregg Gregory, CSP
 
Pragya Tiwari is a journalist who has written extensively on politics, identity, policy, and culture and has edited several publications, including Tehelka, The Big Indian Picture, and Vice. She currently works as a policy and culture consultant and is also the Creative Director of Oijo Media and co-founder of the Indian History Collective. In conv…
 
In this episode of "The Teamwork Advantag", focused on emotional intelligence, Lisa Welsher shares a different twist on emotions and how they can empower us on multiple levels. With Lisa, we explore the difference between emotions and feelings. She helps us learn what we can all do to check in with our emotions and become more effective, every day.…
 
Who is driving the movement to return to the office? Join Christian Napier and Spencer Horn as they talk about the surprising truth! You will be able to vote and add your voice to the debate. We want to hear what you think and what you are experiencing. Make an informed decision that is best for your team performance.…
 
Swati Chaturvedi is an Indian print and broadcast journalist, reporter, columnist and panellist for various newspapers and channels like NDTV, Gulf News and Haaretz. In a sensational conversation with music programmer and broadcaster Sarthak Kaushik, Chaturvedi talks about the future of journalism in India, ethics of reporting and the role of socia…
 
Kutle Khan is a formidable multi-instrumentalist who has mastered more than 9 percussion instruments, and moves between genres with utmost ease. Founder of the Kutle Khan Project, he also has some well known TV shows to his credit, including the Dewarists, MTV Unplugged and Coke Studio India. In conversation with music programmer and veteran broadc…
 
Hailed as “the new king of Indian Classical violin”, Ambi Subramaniam is a violinist, composer, and educator trained by his father and guru, Dr L Subramaniam. In conversation with music programmer and veteran broadcaster Sarthak Kaushik, Subramaniam traces his career trajectory and emphasises on finding one’s voice that can strike a balance between…
 
While the names have evolved, the functions of HR have also evolved over the years. It is not longer just a place for on-boarding and termination and salary documentation. This episode of The Teamwork Advantage focuses on how today's incarnation of the Human Resources Department can help both team leaders and employees. Lisa Cardinal talks with us …
 
Shashi Tharoor, a third-term Member of Parliament for Thiruvananthapuram, is the bestselling author of twenty-three books, both fiction and non-fiction. In a stimulating conversation with music programmer and veteran broadcaster Sarthak Kaushik, Tharoor talks about the importance of right words at the wrong time, the construction of opposites, dive…
 
India’s leading film composer and singer, Sheykhar Ravjiani, in conversation with music programmer and veteran broadcaster Sarthak Kaushik talks about his journey as a musician, bumps along the road, and his equation with his partner Vishal Dadlani. Shekhar has been a widely loved personality on television as a reality show judge and mentor for ove…
 
Entrepreneur and investor Mohit Satyanand, in conversation with broadcaster and veteran music programmer Sarthak Kaushik, celebrates the spirit of spontaneity and talks about the inception of the iconic music club in Delhi, Friends of Music. In a spirited conversation, Satyanand explores the various dimensions of artistic expression stemming from t…
 
Veteran actor, newscaster, columnist, and casting director Dolly Thakore in conversation with music programmer and broadcaster Sarthak Kaushik, traces the trajectory of art in society and shares how she forged her own path through the thorny bushes of prejudice. In episode 25 of the TWA Podcast, she relates some very interesting anecdotes and stori…
 
Genefa Murphy comes from a background in Information Technology and Development Operations. She now works in Customer Experience and focuses on marketing. Her leadership style focuses on the 3 M’s - Method, Message and Making It Work. In call centers across the country, You might think that the customer experience in call centers across the country…
 
There is a worldwide burnout epidemic. 70% of people experience burnout. Healthcare workers report burnout at an astounding rate. Just "powering through" is not the answer. Prolonged stress can be very damaging to your brain. Think of an engine that is regularly over heated. If not addressed, damage may occur. Join Christian Napier and Spencer Horn…
 
Celebrated Hindi cinema actress and television director Neena Gupta has always been ahead of her time. In a brutally honest and open conversation with music programmer and broadcaster Sarthak Kaushik, Neena shares what it is like to be a star in an industry as dynamic as Bollywood and what it takes to hold on to that stardom. Listen to her as she w…
 
REDEFINING ART Award-winning Hindi cinema actor Manoj Bajpayee in conversation with music programmer and veteran broadcaster Sarthak Kaushik talks about the power of words, poetry, and language at large, as a necessary means of creating art. In this episode of the TWA Podcast, listen to Manoj Bajpayee and our host Sarthak, delve into the artist’s p…
 
Are you ready for a little less anxiety? Join Christian Napier and Spencer Horn as they host special guest, Laura Silverman. As a psychotherapist and coach, Laura teaches tried-and-true techniques for creating ease in the mind and body. On our show, she will demystify ideas like 'inner balance' and 'mindfulness.' Business owners, teams, entrepreneu…
 
Senior executives are experiencing great asynchronous work privileges while most workers are required to prove digital presenteeism. Studies show that employees are working an extra 5.5 hours per work to prove they are working. Christian Napier and Spencer Horn discuss this impact of these trends on productivity and the talent war, along with ideas…
 
Listen in today on my solo episode as I share tips and tricks to keeping a tidy, organized and well managed home. I have learned a few things with have 4 children 7 and under and I assure you -- it's not impossible to maintain your home. It's just a matter of whether or not that's important to you. For my sanity and the sake of my children who thri…
 
In this engaging episode of The Teamwork Advantage, Frank King talks about his life and how he has thought about committing suicide more times than he can count. He, like many others, was able to hide his suicidal tendencies. It is important to remember that teamwork is not just about sports, or even business. Teamwork is about wherever multiple pe…
 
In this episode of The Teamwork Advantage, Nicole Morgan sharesthe story of how she created an environment of collaboration in her workplace. Her ideas are not exclusive to her company, business, or even her industry. They are transferable across every industry and every team. One key aspect she discusses freely is that, while hiring for skills may…
 
Today's episode was super healing to film. While Jon and I love to share our successes and crazy adventures with you, we also feel it's extremely important to share real life... the less exciting valleys that come with running a business. As we currently walk through a valley with our business, The Cookie Crate, we decided to bring you along to get…
 
Marcia Daszko helps us to recognize that, in the midst of changing times, is a powerful place to succeed. This begins with a compelling purpose. Moving from a small boutique consulting firm, Marcia studied Dr. Deming’s work extensively to learn the secrets of being a powerful leader. Marcia shares stories and fundamental examples of organizations t…
 
A self proclaimed paranoid planner, Toms Blodnieks shares why it is critical to plan everything, including our to our downtime with family and friends. As the Chief Operations Officer of DeskTime, the ultimate all-in-one automatic time tracking software, Toms shares what they have done with their hybrid workforce and the benefits of adopting a simp…
 
Does your personal brand suck? Join hosts Christian Napier and Spencer Horn as we talk with branding expert Ernie Harker to discuss whether or not your brand sucks and how that impacts your team performance and how a strong brand helps reduce advertising expenses and increase sales and recruiting. We will also discuss the biggest mistake organizati…
 
In today's episode you get to meet Alyssa Locher of the local tanning business Spray and Slay. We ask Alyssa tons of questions of how she got started in this business, what it's like to work as a one woman show and what her plans are the future. Listen in to hear of a woman who has a heart for Jesus and a mission for making women feel even more bea…
 
Alyssa Cox shares some outstanding tips and secrets that every team needs to know about building trust, vulnerability, and transparency. Alyssa has worked in the consulting industry for a number of years, and with some of the largest consulting firms. Now she shares the things, that she has discovered, that actually work when interacting with your …
 
Doug Roberts founded the Institute for Education Innovation, where he works with school administrators across the country to help build collaborative relationships between educators and companies that support education. The institute focuses on how to teach children using "outside of the box" thinking and techniques. In this interview, Doug shares …
 
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