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The Leaders Who Care

The Leaders Who Care

By Dynamis Group
Lessons from the Leaders who are making an impact
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How to M&A with Care: Episode #81 with Jean-Michel Noé
In this episode with Jean-Michel Noé - Group M&A & Business Development Director at Korian: ✔️ How do mergers and acquisitions (M&A) really work, ✔️ What determines a successful M&A, ✔️ Is the M&A process the same in every industry, ✔️ What role does Leadership Due Diligence play in the M&A process, ✔️ Why involving the local experts is critical, and more! Jean-Michel Noé is an experienced professional with a focus on International M&A, European Healthcare, Corporate Development, Strategic Partnerships, and Innovation & Investment. Currently, he serves as the Group M&A and Business Development Director at Korian. Korian's M&A department has several responsibilities within the group, but is mainly focused on international development. But when it comes to M&A, “Mergers and acquisitions are a people business, before being a financial question. This is why relations with local actors through our networks in our living areas are essential. To select them, it is important to remember that an M&A strategy stems from a corporate vision. This is why Korian has implemented strategic and financial criteria that enable us to ensure value creation, and which remain central to this entire process,” Jean-Michel shares. About the company: Korian provides a range of medical and non-medical care and support services for the elderly and people with short or longer-term health issues. Korian’s services cater to a wide variety of needs and circumstances, ranging from a helping hand at home or occasional out-patient care, to temporary or permanent live-in care at specialist facilities like post-acute care or rehabilitation clinics and nursing homes. Korian has more than 900 care facilities and networks in France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Netherlands and Belgium. Besides, Korian is listed on Euronext Paris and employs more than 55 000 people. Tune in! 
01:04:44
June 22, 2022
Where Caring Meets Scaling: Episode #80 with Jure Knehtl
In this episode with Jure Knehtl, CEO of WeScale: ✔️ How to know if you are ready to scale the business, ✔️ What changes when you start scaling, ✔️ The role of the company’s culture in talent retention, ✔️ Why being honest with your clients pays off, ✔️ How to onboard with care, and more! Jure Knehtl, the CEO of WeScale, is an expert in scaling e-commerce businesses in the EU. He had scaled 10 businesses from 4- to 7 digits by investing more than €42,500,000 on Facebook and Instagram ads. He holds a record of 20,000 products sold a day by winning the hearts and minds of customers with localization in Europe, influencer marketing, and UGC. Having started his first successful business at the age of 21, Jure understands and values all aspects of running a fast-growing e-commerce business and provides partnerships to selected founders in his WeScale eCommerce boutique agency. Tune in!
49:53
June 13, 2022
Leadership Strengths and Shortcomings in the Balkans: Episode #79 with Jakob Modéer
In this episode with Jakob Modéer, Regional Manager of the Swiss Entrepreneurship Program: ✔️ Opportunities and challenges in the Balkan region from the Western perspective, ✔️ The role of culture in the country’s economy, ✔️ Why an economic system would need plurality, ✔️ Using the entrepreneurship as a vessel to massively help, ✔️ How to practically support less developed countries, and more! Swedish by origin, American/British by education, and Balkanite by marriage and life! 30+years of living, working, failing, surviving, and succeeding in southeast Europe. Factory-owner, exporter, job creator, motivator, storyteller and now, startup ecosystem supporter with the Swiss Entrepreneurship Program. Being born and raised in Sweden, a country that scores in the top 10 of any global development index, made for a wonderful and worry-free childhood. As a teenager, with restlessness with life in a society of collective conformity and completion, Jakob applied to study for a high school year in the US, which was followed by BA studies at Lewis & Clark College out in Oregon. At the American university, Jakob was struck by the openness of the discourse, the closeness of the professors and their push for well-argued cases to improve the status quo, and the equal rejection of unsupported complaining. Graduation coincided with the fall of the Berlin Wall and the rush for societal change in East Europe and the USSR. Jakob got a job in Moscow, constructing the first golf course in the USSR. The encounter with the negative effects of totalitarianism and the planned economy was eye-opening. Finding a way to operate and get a job done in a completely different culture was an incredible challenge, a learning journey that Jakob now treasures very much. Today, 30+ years later, he recognizes that those months in the Soviet capital were his watershed moment, he knew at that moment, that this is where he wanted to be – on the front lines of the re-introduction of individual freedoms, free market, and free-thinking. During the last three decades in the lands of southeast Europe aka The Balkans, Jakob has started and failed as a factory owner, succeeded as an exporter of multiple products, worked as a consultant on job creation programs, and advised national and local governments on the art of creating jobs (often in deprived geographical areas) and most recently managing a program which puts entrepreneurs first, as the primary change agents, in a transitional society. Tune in!
01:02:29
June 10, 2022
Leadership and Awakening: Episode #78 with Catherine Bell
In this episode with Catherine Bell, Founder of The Awakened Company: ✔️ How to build caring companies and inspire awakening, ✔️ The importance of thanking life through kindness, ✔️ 3 practical hacks to improve any relationships, ✔️ How to create your “I am” statement, ✔️ The future of work and collaboration, and more! Catherine Bell is a successful serial entrepreneur, business leader, and best-selling business author who focuses on awakening the fire within as the Founder of The Awakened Company. She founded BluEra, a Profit 500 executive search firm. As a top-200 growing company in Canada and top-10 in Alberta, BluEra was a successful example of the Awakened Company System in action, one that is being integrated into the Smith (Queen's) School of Business Masters of Entrepreneurship. She now helps organizations develop culture strategies. Catherine’s revolutionary business book, The Awakened Company, was awarded the Nautilus Book Awards in Business & Leadership, a bestseller one week after its release, a bestseller on Amazon, chosen as “8 of The Best Leadership Books of 2015”, and recognized as a top-book combining business and mindfulness. Catherine has been published in Fortune, HBR, Profit, Conscious Company Magazine, Women of Influence, and has written for the UN. She has worked around the globe from the UK to Cuba, with Fortune 500 companies, and serial entrepreneurs. Catherine has an MBA from the Smith School of Business at Queen’s University, a sociology degree from Western University, is certified in the Enneagram, and is a yoga instructor. She was a Jarislowsky Fellow at the Haskayne School of Business and is on the Expert Panel for the Canadian Centre for the Purpose of the Corporation. She also started The Awakened Project, which is a jewellery line that helps females get out of poverty by starting their own businesses with microloans. Catherine has also been a Board Member of the Distress Centre and Open to Grow. She currently is an Advisor to the Impact Society and Telus Spark (Science Centre), and the Dalai Lama Center. She has completed the Institute of Corporate Directors Not for Profit Essentials Program, and her focus is to be a healthy universal muse to radiate love, wisdom, and power in everything she does. Tune in!
46:44
May 28, 2022
It All Starts with the Mindset: Episode #77 with German Coppola
In this episode with German Coppola - Co-Founder and CEO of Yumiwi: ✔️ How to inspire entrepreneurial spirit into your kids, ✔️ Using a personal checklist before starting each day, ✔️ How to develop a solid self-care morning routine, ✔️ Practical tools to support your mindfulness and productivity, and more! German Coppola is the CEO and co-founder of Yumiwi, an event automatization platform that is helping organizations and brands capture, clean, and integrate event data so that brands can make better decisions. As a tech entrepreneur who focuses on building people skills above all else, he has successfully created and conceptualized several successful companies which revolve around events, technology, and shared experiences. As the Founder and CEO, he works alongside marketers, designers, and technologists to make sense of the event industry by identifying unspoken users’ needs and trends. He is also a Speaker, Mentor, Course creator, and host of his YouTube Channel and Podcast where he dives deep into Productivity, Mindset, and Technology. German loves reading, listening to music, and spending quality time with his family while teaching his three kids values and strategies of what it is to be and think like an entrepreneur. Tune in!
49:52
May 24, 2022
Scaling a Global Business with Care: Episode #76 with Sergiu Negut
In this episode with Sergiu Negut, Co-Founder & EVP at FintechOS: ✔️ The importance of showing up as the real you, ✔️ How can care be translated across various business ventures, ✔️ How to utilize the power of momentum, ✔️ Scaling the business with care and intention, and more! Sergiu is a reputed entrepreneur, angel investor, speaker, and lecturer at Maastricht School of Management. He has a positive track record of business growth in different roles (adviser, board member, angel investor, manager) and across different industries (healthcare, IT&C, financial services, HR, consulting). Committed to building powerful teams and backed by a broad experience in business development, including M&A & startups, Sergiu co-founded FintechOS, a company that deploys its technology in more than 20 markets on 4 continents and is backed by some of the most reputable VCs in Europe. Sergiu coordinates Finance & Investor Relations, HR and Operations, bringing his strong contribution to the overall strategy and development of the FintechOS. The company’s centrepiece technology, FintechOS, puts automation and personalisation at the heart of innovation, allowing financial services providers to transform the digital customer experience quickly and affordably. In 2020, FintechOS was recognized as Europe’s hottest fintech startup and ranked among the most well-funded VC-backed tech companies in Europe (CB Insights). Tune in!
01:04:11
May 13, 2022
The Future of Bioscience: Episode #75 with Keith Williams
In this episode, Marian M.P. Temelkov, Global CEO at Dynamis Group, welcomes to the podcast Keith Williams - Co-founder and Managing Director at Phenotypeca. Tune in and discover: ✔️ What is bioscience and what does it have in store for humanity, ✔️ How to create a caring environment for teams to thrive, ✔️ Applying care when facing adversity, ✔️ The role of effective communication when leading diverse teams, ✔️ About the ability to recharge, and more! Keith Williams is Co-founder and Managing Director of Phenotypeca, the ‘go-to’ platform for the development of baker’s yeast strains that is making life-saving medicines more affordable and accessible for all that need them. He is an entrepreneur, investor and director with over thirty years’ global experience in the IT and Healthcare sectors and a strong interest in the intersection of the two disciplines. Keith has used this expertise to spearhead multiple industry-leading biotechnology projects, most recently assembling a consortium of world leaders in robotics, automation, artificial intelligence, and machine learning to collectively develop a revolutionary Lab 4.0 approach. Keith has an MSc in Biochemical Engineering and a BSc in Biological Sciences from the University of Birmingham, and is a self-confessed cricket nut. About Phenotypeca: Phenotypeca is becoming the ‘go-to’ platform for the development of baker’s yeast strains for industrial-scale manufacture of vaccines, therapeutic and other recombinant proteins. These markets had over $200billion in revenue globally in 2020 and Phenotypeca offers an animal free, sustainable option for both these specific markets and other industrial applications. Phenotypeca has generated the World’s largest collection of diverse baker’s yeast strains engineered for industrial recombinant protein production and is developing the ground-breaking Lab 4.0 approach alongside a consortium of World leaders in machine learning, robotics and artificial intelligence. Phenotypeca is currently fundraising and was recently awarded a grant by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation for a project in the vaccine development space. Tune in! 
49:12
May 12, 2022
Caring About Climate Change: Episode #74 with Lubomila Jordanova
In this episode with Lubomila Jordanova - Founder and CEO of Plan A: ✔️ How to care for the Planet as a business, ✔️ The path of discovering your true calling, ✔️ Building a sustainable and appreciated team, ✔️ The role of consistent self-management and care, ✔️ Where to find a like-minded community that cares, and more! Lubomila Jordanova is the co-founder and CEO of Plan A, a software provider offering an end-to-end platform that uses machine learning and science to enable businesses to manage and improve their carbon and ESG performance. Lubomila is also co-founder of the Greentech Alliance, a community of more than 1,500 startups connected to more than 500 advisors from VC, media, and business. Prior to Plan A, she worked in investment banking and venture capital as well as the fintech industry in Asia and Europe. She was an official speaker at COP26 and G7 and serves as an Obama Foundation Europe Leader 2022. Lubomila has been recognised as a MIT Innovator Under 35 Europe 2022, Marshall Fund Fellow 2022, Top 50 Women in Tech in Germany 2021 (Handelsblatt) and 30 under 30 (Forbes), among others. About Plan A: Plan A is a leading corporate carbon accounting and decarbonisation software solutions provider. The German company has developed a SaaS platform that combines cutting-edge technology and the latest scientific standards and methodologies (certified by TÜV Rheinland). The end-to-end software solution automates CO2 emissions calculation, carbon reduction planning, and ESG reporting for businesses. Founded in 2017, the company has already received several awards, most recently Generali’s SME EnterPRIZE Award 2021 and the prestigious The Europas Award 2021. Plan A closed a Series A funding round of USD 10 million in November 2021 (HV Capital and Keen Venture Partners, joining Demeter, coparion, and Softbank as investors). Plan A is a B Corp certified business and adheres to strict social and environmental standards. Tune in!
39:23
May 04, 2022
Can We Over-care? Episode #73 with Zane Bojāre
In this episode with Zane Bojāre, Head of Marketing and Communications at Startup Wise Guys: ✔️ The concept of social entrepreneurship and care within it, ✔️ Practicing sustainability in business and personal life, ✔️ How to best support founders and be of service, ✔️ Why caring too much may become harmful, ✔️ Not letting self-care be neglected, and more! After 10+ years in marketing communications and building her own company - a social enterprise providing senior employment and minimizing textile waste, Zane is currently helping techy startup founders become successful entrepreneurs at one of Europe’s top startup accelerators – Startup Wise Guys. She is the main person behind a comprehensive Startup Scene report about the Baltic region and an active Co-Creator at Riga TechGirls. Untypical for the tech sector, she holds a Master's degree in Philosophy. Tune in!
01:04:25
April 21, 2022
Leading a Passionate Life: Episode #72 with Dr. Karin Lubin
In this episode with Dr. Karin Lubin - a coach, teacher, trainer, speaker, and international director of The Passion Test®: ✔️ Where does passion come from, ✔️ How to discover your top-5 passions, ✔️ The theory of thriving, surviving, and alignment, ✔️ Discovering what the organization’s passions are, ✔️ The choice of leaving a positive impact, and more! Karin Lubin, EdD, is a coach, teacher, trainer, speaker, international director of The Passion Test®, and creator of the series, My Life Through the Seasons, A Wisdom Journal and Planner®. Karin clearly remembers the day, twenty years ago, when she decided she would stop obsessing over her thoughts and her career and decided to instead go for what felt better! That realization led her to switch careers and begin to do all that she can to help others to go deeper to be greater. When she was 8 years old and her parents were in the midst of a messy divorce, Karin discovered the power of journaling to help her work through her thoughts and emotions. Over many years of journaling, she discovered that this kind of self-reflection allowed her to get in touch with buried or ignored aspects of herself and helped her to see herself in relationship with herself, with others, and with the natural world of which we are all a part. Karin hopes that counsellors, therapists, coaches, and individuals use her Seasonal Wisdom Journals as tools to define, refine, dive in, explore, understand and build emotional intelligence and resiliency in this changing world. She encourages everyone to Go Deeper to Be Greater! Karin is also dedicated to coaching of a different sort—as a personal trainer. She channels her passion for physical health, fitness, and bodybuilding by leading online workouts three times a week. Tune in!
53:57
April 15, 2022
Using Social Media for Good: Episode #71 with Zachery Dereniowski
In this episode with Zachery Dereniowski - Mental Health and Kindness Ambassador: ✔️ The journey from the lowest point to making a global, positive impact, ✔️ Understanding what the youth struggle with today, ✔️ How to spread kindness and express care to bring joy and inspire, ✔️ Powerful examples of the best social media can offer, ✔️ How can we all start supporting strangers, and more! In the midst of COVID-19 pandemic, mental health activist Zachery Dereniowski found himself at a personal breaking point. With the hope of giving people a voice and the confidence that they are not alone in their struggles, Zach started sharing mental health content. Zachery started a movement that seeks to normalize conversations around mental health and well-being. Social media provided a platform to bring a global community together during COVID, a time when people are yearning for a way to connect, be authentic, and be vulnerable. Zachery hopes to inspire people through his simple but powerful formula: "Vulnerability = Relatability = Empowerment". As of today, over a million followers on Instagram and YouTube, and almost 7 million followers on TikTok, witness Zachery’s acts of kindness (find him as “MDMotivator”). Through his passion and sincerity, he powerfully inspires others to care as well and leave a positive impact on the people around them. Zachery has also appeared on various podcasts and News media outlets, including ABC News and Studio10 in Australia, spreading the message of care for mental health, and inspiration for more acts of kindness. Tune in!
01:02:17
April 07, 2022
Ambassador to the United Nations on Caring Leadership: Episode #70 with Bob Rae
In this episode, Marian M.P. Temelkov, Global CEO of Dynamis Group, welcomes to the podcast Bob Rae - Ambassador and Permanent Representative of Canada to the United Nations in New York. Tune in and hear about: ✔️ Why great leaders should go into politics, ✔️ What does it take to work in the public service, ✔️ The role of ego, resilience, and care in leadership, ✔️ How do high-level leaders balance their personal and professional lives, ✔️ What makes business and politics so similar, and much more! Bob Rae is the Ambassador and Permanent Representative of Canada to the United Nations in New York. He served as Premier of Ontario from 1990-1995, interim Leader of the Liberal Party of Canada from 2011-2013. Mr. Rae taught law and public policy at the University of Toronto and was a partner and senior counsel to the law firm OKT LLP, specializing in indigenous law and constitutional issues. Bob Rae is a Privy Councillor, a Companion of the Order of Canada, a member of the Order of Ontario. In October 2017, Mr. Rae was appointed as Canada’s Special Envoy to Myanmar. In this role, he engaged in diplomatic efforts to address the crisis in the country’s Rakhine State and wrote the report “Tell Them We’re Human” in 2018. In March 2020, he was named by Prime Minister Trudeau to be Canada’s Special Envoy on Humanitarian and Refugee Issues. This led to his report “A Global Pandemic Requires a Global Response”, which was made public shortly before his appointment as Ambassador to the UN. In addition to several government reports, he is the author of five books. Along with music, reading, and writing, he loves tennis, golf, and fishing. Mr. Rae is married to Arlene Perly Rae, writer and public advocate on issues affecting women and children. They have three daughters and five grandchildren. Enjoy the episode!
51:52
April 03, 2022
The Role of Care in Business: Episode #69 with Kotryna Kurt
In this episode with Kotryna Kurt - Founder and CEO of Linkedist: ✔️ Why should caring leaders build a strong online presence, ✔️ The latest trends and happenings around #care on LinkedIn, ✔️ What to share on social media as a leader (and you should!) ✔️ The importance of reducing transactional relationships, ✔️ How to practice caring leadership in your everyday life, and more! Kotryna Kurt is the founder of a consulting company called Linkedist, a company that built LinkedIn strategies for companies such Lego, Danfoss, Visma, Nordic Secondary Fund, and many others. She is also an active contributor and a thought leader on LinkedIn, where she talks about entrepreneurship, leadership, sales, and marketing. In addition, Kotryna has delivered +300 company and public workshops over the last five years and helped various European accelerators educate their startups about marketing and sales. Within the previous years, she has shared her knowledge at the events like TechBBQ, Login, Growth Marketing Conference San Francisco, Startup Wise Guys Accelerators, Sales Formula, and more. Tune in!
59:43
March 31, 2022
Addressing Your Emotional State: Episode #68 with Estelle Morrison
In this episode, Stoyan Yankov, Co-Founder and Co-Host of The Leaders Who Care, welcomes to the podcast Estelle Morrison - Registered Psychotherapist, M.Ed, CCTP. Tune in to hear about: ✔️ How to best address feelings of overwhelm, helplessness, and confusion in uncertain times, ✔️ Practical ideas to sustain good mental health, ✔️ Returning to in-person work: how to involve your team in decision-making and why, ✔️ How would the ideal hybrid model work look like, ✔️ Living authentically on and off your social media profiles, and more! Estelle Morrison is an industry leader who is committed to addressing the mental health crisis in a truly meaningful way. Her career history includes senior leadership of clinical services for several Canadian and Global Employee and Family Assistance Programs (EFAP), with oversight for the creation, development, training and delivery of all mental health programs and staff. In these roles, Estelle provided support for hundreds of executives and employees alike. Her direction included crisis management for first responders, as well as local and large-scale traumas including 9/11, SARs, and most recently, the Covid-19 pandemic. In addition, Estelle has enjoyed a long-standing private psychotherapy practice, providing direct service using creative and intuitive clinical approaches across a wide range of mental health concerns. She has mentored and supervised new and experienced clinicians around the globe. Estelle is a huge proponent of preventative mental health programming and has included expanding accessibility through digital and virtual means. She enjoys running a variety of workplace training programs, including those for Leaders regarding employee mental health and wellbeing. Tune in!
01:01:10
March 24, 2022
Leader Academy - Empowering Young Leaders to Find a Purpose-driven Career: Episode #67 with Andrey Iliev
In this episode with Andrey Iliev - Co-Founder & CEO of the Leader Academy: ✔️ How to develop talents into actual strengths, ✔️ Supporting purpose-driven future leaders on their journey, ✔️ The role of inspiring young leaders to fall in love with knowledge, ✔️ Exchanging knowledge instead of giving an unhelpful “adult” attitude, ✔️ Understanding intrinsic and extrinsic motivation, and much more! Andrey Iliev has a diverse educational background - 2 Bachelor's degrees - in Engineering ("Automation and Information Technology" from Technical University - Sofia), and Linguistics ("Bulgarian Philology" from Sofia University). He spent one academic year at the University de Granada, Spain, deepening his knowledge in Slavic languages and literature, and acquired 2 Master's degrees specializing in Cognitive Science & Linguistics ("Cognitive Semiotics" from Aarhus University, Denmark), and Business ("Executive MBA" in American University, Bulgaria). For the eMBA program, he was granted a scholarship for contribution to Social Entrepreneurship with the Leader Academy. Andrey's professional journey has always been as an entrepreneur. He has had various business ventures. Currently, Andrey is a Co-founder & CEO of Leader Academy (focusing on a purpose-driven career). The emphasis is on helping young people (GenZ) identify their talents & strengths, what they are good at, what their values are, what their mission is, and find a purpose-driven career accordingly - thus helping companies grow and build potent and productive teams. Andrey is a professional trainer and lecturer. His domains of interest are Social Cognition, Mental Health, Talent Acquisition & Development, Leadership & Social Entrepreneurship. Tune in and enjoy the episode!
01:02:03
March 22, 2022
Leadership in Uncertain Times: Episode #66 with Dr. Alden Cass
In this episode, Marian M.P. Temelkov, Global CEO at Dynamis Group, welcomes to the podcast Dr. Alden Cass - licensed clinical Psychologist and Author of “Bullish Thinking”. Tune in and discover: ✔️ The power of perception and why it’s our job to control it, ✔️ How to take control of emotions and adopt “bullish thinking”, ✔️ Over-communication as a leadership philosophy, ✔️ How to create a safe space for our employees, ✔️ Practical leadership tips on navigating times of crises, and much more! Dr. Alden Cass, author of “Bullish Thinking: The Advisor’s Guide to Surviving and Thriving on Wall Street” and “The Bullish Thinking Guide for Managers,” specializes in working directly with senior executives, including high-profile CEOs, traders, financial advisors, planners, athletes, musicians, and bankers, helping them to achieve their corporate, career, and personal goals. He is a licensed clinical psychologist and an expert on the use of psychology in the brokerage industry. Additionally, he is a board member of The National Association of Investment Professionals (NAIP) and FM World Charities. He conducted a groundbreaking behavioral healthcare study on retail stockbrokers that indicated that 23 percent of the group measured met criteria for major depression. He writes columns for thestreet.com, On Wall Street Magazine, and Traderdaily.com where skills are offered to improve the traders’ and advisor’s performance edge throughout volatile markets. Alden has created the “Bullish Thinking Workshop,” “Subtle Sales” and “Channeled Rage workshops” for use in both the financial and legal realms. His company works directly with brokerage houses and hedge funds to assess, intervene, and eventually meet the bottom lines of each employee in terms of productivity. Workshops are also focused on team building and team effectiveness. His research has been presented at both national and international conferences (A.P.A., ICPP). Cass has also conducted workshops with the Security Industry Association, The Wall Street Branch Managers Meeting at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, The Silver and Zinc Institutes, and the London Bullion Market Association. Tune in!
51:56
March 10, 2022
The Shift Towards Well-being: Episode #65 with Lydia Hurlbut
In this episode, Marian M.P. Temelkov, Global CEO at Dynamis Group, welcomes to the podcast Lydia Hurlbut - CEO of the Filmmakers Academy. Tune in and discover: ✔️ Implementing well-being practices while working in a demanding industry, ✔️ Why expertise + passion make an exceptional team leader, ✔️ The role of understanding and managing energy, ✔️ How following a schedule isn’t always the way, ✔️ Checking in with other leaders to remind them of self-care, and much more! Lydia Hurlbut is CEO of the Filmmakers Academy. Founded in 2009, the business delivers outstanding professional education and mentorship to filmmakers worldwide. The business changed its name from Hurlbut Academy in November 2021. In 2014, Hurlbut created Shane’s Inner Circle, an online membership community committed to boosting member’s film expertise and productivity. With courses on lighting, lensing, composition and theory, the group learned about storytelling with emotion and leadership. The community expanded rapidly. It quickly evolved with Hurlbut’s design for its members’ rapid career growth, while leveraging learning and networking opportunities. It taught new technologies and techniques from the set of feature films, commercials and music videos. Hurlbut systematically changed the way people view filmmaking education. Her various projects — Hurlbut Visuals Blog (2009), the HV Bootcamp (2010), the Illumination Experience tour (2013) Shane’s Inner Circle (2014), the sold-out Oct. and Nov. workshops of 2016 — morphed into the Hurlbut Academy by 2018. Hurlbut earned her master’s degree in forensic nursing at the University of Virginia. From there, her career path journeyed through pediatric nursing and forensic science to life coaching and strategic marketing. She is passionate about wellness and techniques for optimizing health. Hurlbut has been married to her cinematographer husband for 33 years and is mother to Kyra and Myles. With a creative mind and unique skill set, enhanced by strong relationships in the film industry, Hurlbut continues to define the Filmmakers Academy as an innovator and trusted source. Both achievements reflect her passion for improving the lives of next-generation filmmakers. Enjoy the episode!
56:43
February 17, 2022
The Future of Talent Attraction: Episode #64 with Yasar Ahmad & Thomas Klein
In this episode, Marian M.P. Temelkov, Global CEO at Dynamis Group, welcomes to the podcast Yasar Ahmad and Thomas Klein from HelloFresh! Tune in and discover: ✔️ The leading global trends in recruiting, ✔️ What to focus on when hiring top-talent, ✔️ What people need the most when working through a pandemic, ✔️ How to create better employee engagement, ✔️ Maximizing productivity with Health Metrics instead of KPIs, ✔️ How to lead a hybrid work model team, ✔️ How should recruiters approach self-care and wellness, ✔️ Working for several companies at once: a trend or shift? ✔️ Proven tactics to secure deep work daily, and certainly more! Yasar Ahmad is the Global Vice President of Talent at HelloFresh. He is an accomplished people leader with experience in various HR roles, with a passion for Talent Acquisition, Talent Management, Inclusion and Diversity, learning and development, and employer's branding. Yasar is also a member of the RL100 and a committed speaker on industrial challenges and creating human-shaped experiences, with his team winning the 2019 HRD Award for Diversity & Inclusion and the 2018 Award for Innovative Recruitment and On-boarding. Thomas Klein is the Global Head of International Talent Acquisition at HelloFresh. The company’s People team works to attract and retain the best talent for HelloFresh by providing the best-in-class employee experience at all stages of the employee lifecycle. Welcoming talented and motivated employees from around the globe, the People team plays an active role in ensuring they have a good start, but stay and grow with the company, with employee satisfaction and well-being at the core of what they do. Managing the workplace in a way that employees are happy, motivated, and productive is as important to the company as having an open ear for their employees. About the company: HelloFresh is the global meal kit sector leader, operating in 14 markets across 3 continents, and with thousands of employees working to deliver over 21 million meals a month. The meal kits include easy-to-follow full recipes made from fresh, responsibly sourced ingredients and not only take the hassle out of making dinner, but change the way people eat - forever. Enjoy this episode! 
57:56
February 11, 2022
Authentic Leadership and Personal Branding: Episode #63 with Ryan Foland
In this episode, Marian M.P. Temelkov, Global CEO at Dynamis Group, welcomes to the podcast Ryan Foland - Speaker, Author, Artist at Ryan Foland Inc. Tune in and discover: ✔️ What does authentic leadership really mean, ✔️ How to claim and build your personal brand, ✔️ Why living up to “expectations” does not serve you, ✔️ How to improve your communication and public speaking skills, and more! Ryan Foland is a high-energy speaker, author, and consultant who teaches entrepreneurs and executives how to grow their influence. His 3-1-3® Method uncovers core brand messaging to guide bespoke branding strategies. He specializes in helping leaders harness the power of authenticity by teaching them how to create content that reveals their whole self to drive differentiation, growth, and loyalty. Ryan believes in the simplicity of messaging and of simply being you. He is recognized for his expertise when it comes to marketing people, which is most commonly known as "personal branding." His clients include New York Times bestselling authors, venture capitalists, and Fortune 500 executives. In his book, Ditch the Act, published by McGraw-Hill, Ryan shares the art of being perfectly imperfect. Ryan is a four-time TEDx speaker and has been featured in Forbes, Fortune, Inc., Entrepreneur, and more. For fun, Ryan loves to sail, rap, and draw Stick Figure NFT art. Learn more at ryan.online Enjoy listening!
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February 04, 2022
Care in Creative Industries: Episode #62 with Lauren Pleydell-Pearce
In this episode, Marian M.P. Temelkov, Global CEO at Dynamis Group, welcomes to the podcast Lauren Pleydell-Pearce - Executive Creative Director at PwC UK. In this episode: ✔️ Leading teams with an outcomes-focused approach, ✔️ Benefits of a dedicated career coach for each team member, ✔️ Why leaders should ask for performance feedback as well, ✔️ Does care have cultural borders, and much more! As a design specialist, Lauren has nearly 20 years of experience as a design leader in some of the world’s leading digital and creative agencies, building diverse teams of art directors, product designers, and creatives. Lauren’s journey has been powered by a strong belief that designers are inherently problem solvers, leading her down many paths, from interactive films for Heineken, to building the joy into the purchase experience for Dyson, to shooting campaigns with Scarlett Johansson, and even designing coffee table books. She now co-leads Experience Consulting UK and is responsible for the design of new products and services. With PwC rated as a global digital experience leader, she sits in the Leadership team that ensures EMEA success. Tune in!
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January 27, 2022
Creating Your Plan for Self-care and Caring for Others: Episode #61 with Don Marentette
What is Psychological First Aid? How to help yourself, and others, in a moment of psychological crisis? How to build up resilience to stress and establish coping strategies for stress and trauma? In this episode, Stoyan Yakov, co-founder and co-host of The Leaders Who Care, welcomes to the podcast Don Marentette - Director of First Aid Education programs at Canadian Red Cross. Tune in and discover: ✔️ What is Psychological First Aid, and where to access it, ✔️ Creating a workplace culture of safety and wellness, ✔️ Why your personal self-care strategy is a necessity, ✔️ What metrics to use to evaluate a caring culture, ✔️ How can we learn to ask for support in a crisis, and much more! Creating safe environments through strategic collaboration has been Don’s focus for the majority of his career. As a Paramedic and Firefighter in both the civilian and military communities for 17 years, Don Marentette has a vast degree of experience in diverse areas of expertise. Don has been employed as an Educator, facilitated various workshops including Critical Incident Stress Management, CQI programs, Suicide Awareness and multiple Emergency Medical responder programs. Over the last 10 years, Don has helped shift the Canadian Red Cross from a routine, workplace-compliant training agency into a solution provider and partner in creating safe environments. He has led the creation of a new curriculum employing case-based learning focused on individuals and populations’ mental wellness. Already in the first year of implementation, the new curriculum has been transforming health outcomes across urban and rural communities throughout Canada. About the Psychological First Aid Courses: Psychological First Aid (PFA) is about taking care of yourself – your thoughts, feelings and emotions when you have experienced stress, crisis or trauma – and then being there for family, friends and community when they are having difficulty coping. Learn how to anticipate stress and crisis whenever possible, and equip yourself with the skill set to practice self-care and to provide care for others during particularly challenging times. Two Psychological First Aid courses are available online to learn at your own pace: Self-Care and Caring for Others. In both courses, learn the impact of stress, trauma, and grief while developing useful tools for handling difficult situations. These online courses are quick, accessible and practical, equipping you with skills you can use in daily life. Learn more via RedCross.ca
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January 19, 2022
FastScaling with Care: Episode #60 with Patrick Flesner
In this episode with Patrick Flesner, Ph.D. - Growth Capital Investor and Partner at LeadX Capital Partners: ✔️ What is FastScaling and how does it differ from Blitzcaling, ✔️ The difference between founders, entrepreneurs and leaders, ✔️ How to build successful boards and leadership teams, ✔️ How to scale sustainably and with care, ✔️ Why customer success is the key, and much more! Patrick Flesner is a growth capital investor and a partner at the investment firm LeadX Capital Partners. Each year, he looks at hundreds of tech companies that want to raise capital in order to accelerate growth. He sees patterns in companies that fail and companies that succeed. His respective growth expertise and his knowledge deriving from more than 16 years in Private Equity and Venture Capital have gone into his latest book, FastScaling. Prior to joining LeadX Capital Partners, where he built one of the largest European portfolios of B2B and B2B2C tech companies active in consumer industries, Patrick Flesner had been a lawyer and partner at reputable German business law firms. His articles on Venture Capital and M&A have been published by renowned magazines like the MIT Sloan Management Review and the Global Corporate Venturing Magazine.  Patrick Flesner received a Ph.D. in Law from the University of Cologne and holds a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree from INSEAD Business School. He lives with his wife and children in Cologne, Germany. Tune in! 
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January 13, 2022
Looking Through The Green Lens: Episode #59 with Maria Nemeth
In this episode with Maria Nemeth, PhD - author, speaker, master coach and Founder and Director of the Academy for Coaching Excellence: ✔️ How the recent crises have affected today’s leaders, ✔️ The science behind our brain setup, and why we should be compassionate with it, ✔️ Trust in business and personal relationships: how is it built? ✔️ What is The Green Lens, and how can it improve all your relationships, ✔️ The process of identifying and crushing any limiting beliefs, and much more! Maria Nemeth, PhD, MCC is an author, speaker, and master coach, as well as the Founder and Director of the Academy for Coaching Excellence. She offers simple yet powerful tools to purpose-driven people who want to train their brains for success. Her work, featured on The Oprah Winfrey Show and Inc Magazine, highlights Maria as a leading expert in leadership excellence, personal/professional development, and financial empowerment. She is also the Founder & Director of the Academy for Coaching Excellence, an internationally accredited coach training program which has trained thousands of people worldwide to become professional coaches in the nonprofit, for-profit, and governmental sectors. As a Master Certified Coach and Ph.D. in Psychology, Maria Nemeth serves clients worldwide. Besides her work as a transformational seminar leader, she has transformed thousands of lives across the world over several decades. Maria Nemeth is also a lifelong agent of social change who has coached and trained leaders and social change agents in areas such as civil rights, racial justice, women’s empowerment, and health & human services. She is the author of the highly-acclaimed book, The Energy of Money: A Spiritual Guide to Financial and Personal Fulfillment, available in five languages, as well as its successful follow-up, Mastering Life’s Energies. She has recently created a powerful set of courses that are guaranteed to shift your relationship with money from scarcity to abundance. You can find these courses at energyofmoneycourse.com Tune in! 
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January 02, 2022
Values-based Leadership: Episode #58 with Chris Robbins
In this episode with Chris Robbins - CEO/CCO at Tele2 in Estonia: ✔️ What is values-based leadership, and what difference does it make, ✔️ Effective strategies to select values in any organization, and learn about your own, ✔️ Why customer service starts within the company, ✔️ How to implement values-based leadership practices in what you do, and more! Chris Robins is the Chief Customer Officer (and CEO) of Tele2 in Estonia. Chris is a values-based leader with a passion for customers, brand and culture, with a particular focus on customer-centricity, communication, and psychology. Chris has lived and worked in 7 countries across North America and Europe, and has covered 13 countries in the scope of the roles of a CMO, CCO, CEO, and EIEIO. Tune in!
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December 24, 2021
Getting in the Driver's Seat of Your Life: Episode #57 with David Allen
In this episode with David Allen - Productivity Consultant and Creator of the "GTD" methodology: ✔️ How to get in the driver's seat of your life, ✔️ Why clearing up space in your head is so vital, ✔️ What is "ambient anxiety" and are you aware of your own, ✔️ Four specific steps towards effective planning, and much more! One of the world’s most influential thinkers on productivity, David’s 35 years of experience as a management consultant and executive coach have earned him worldwide recognition. His bestselling book, the groundbreaking “Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity”, has sold millions and been published in thirty languages; and the “GTD” methodology it describes has become a global phenomenon, being taught by training companies in more than 90 countries. David, his company, and his partners are dedicated to teaching people how to stay relaxed and productive in our fast-paced world. Tune in! 
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December 20, 2021
Negotiating with Care: Episode #56 with Prof. Dr. Remi Smolinski
In this episode with Prof. Dr. Remi Smolinski, Innovation and Negotiation Professor and Advisor: ✔️ The building blocks of any successful negotiation, ✔️ What unites successful negotiators and caring leaders, ✔️ Why workers should not be treated as "human resources", ✔️ How to be better prepared to negotiate with care, and much more! Prof. Dr. Remi Smolinski is the Founder of The Negotiation Center, Innovation and Negotiation Professor and Advisor, Senior Vice President at Axel Springer GmbH, and an Honorary Professor at HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Management. His core passions are theory and practice of negotiation and innovation. In 2005, he taught his first negotiation course at HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Management. Since then, teaching negotiation has become an important part of his life and his contribution to making this world a better place. In academia, teaching comes hand in hand with research, and it is something Remi enjoys as well. Discovering the unknown, blazing new paths, and continuously identifying and trying to solve new intellectual puzzles has always been a very appealing part of his academic experience and resulted in numerous publications. Although Remi does not actively advertise it, occasionally his former students, or organizations he is associated with, ask him to share his passion also with their colleagues. Remi enjoys training managers and executives and advising them on various issues in their complex negotiations. "Our seminars generate tangible monetary value and offer an opportunity for the participants to get to know the newest research insights and learn how to apply them in their negotiations," says Remi. Tune in! 
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December 09, 2021
From Thug to a Caring Leader: Episode #55 with James Williams
In this episode with James Williams, PhD - a professor, entrepreneur, business strategist and best-selling author: ✔️ From thug to scholar: how James turned his life around, ✔️ Proven tactics to overcome fear and live a limitless life, ✔️ Learning to seek validation internally and spiritually, ✔️ How to test your empathy and apply inclusivity, and much more! Dr. James Williams is a professor, entrepreneur, best-selling author, actor, international teaching strategist, business strategist, and one of the world's top speakers. Dr. Williams is a man who wore a mask for many years, by masking himself as a thug. He lost his virginity at 13 to avoid teasing from his peers, and he started selling crack at 13 to appear hardcore among his middle school peers. Ultimately, these poor decisions and his negative, perpetual way of thinking led him to drop out of school and run away from home at 16 years old. He had two kids at 17 years of age and dedicated his time to street life with the BLOODS while living in Fayetteville, NC until almost claiming someone's life at the age of 19. Dr. James Williams now lives in Knoxville, TN, where he serves as an associate (tenured) professor at the University of Tennessee. Dr. Williams also serves as the president/owner of UnmaskYTP, LLC consulting. Recently, Dr. Williams has released, "Check Your Life: Be Limitless" a highly anticipated read that is based on his TEDx Talk. Dr. Williams wrote two Amazon bestsellers From Thug to Scholar: An Odyssey to Unmask my True Potential and Flab to Abs, to complete the mind and body aspect of his mind, body, and spirit approach to life. Dr. Williams has performed as a Keynote speaker for graduations, prisons, fortune 100 businesses, churches, school systems, sororities/fraternities, sports camps, university athletic programs; and he has won numerous speech competitions for Toastmaster’s International. Currently, Dr. Williams serves as an international speaker: Barcelona, Bulgaria, Paris, Valencia, London, and China. Tune in!
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December 03, 2021
Investing in Positive Impact to Solve the World’s Biggest Problems: Episode #54 with Nina Heir
In this episode with Nina Heir, CEO and Partner at Katapult Accelerator, Katapult Climate, and Katapult Africa: ✔️ The future of Impact entrepreneurship, ✔️ Finding a balance between being professional and vulnerable, ✔️ Building a culture of trust and openness, ✔️ How taking care of others requires taking care of yourself first, and much more! Nina is CEO and Partner at Katapult Accelerator, a globally leading impact tech accelerator headquartered in Oslo, Norway. She’s leading Katapult’s two new thematic investment and accelerator verticals: Katapult Africa and Katapult Climate. Katapult Climate was launched as a new vertical in 2021, and Katapult Africa is under establishment and will run its first accelerator program in Kigali, Rwanda in 2022. Katapult as a whole has since 2017 invested in an accelerated 108 impact tech startups from 35 countries across its existing verticals. Nina is an angel investor and previous founder and is passionate about the role technology and entrepreneurship play in making the world a better place for both people and the planet. Tune in!
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November 25, 2021
How Neurodiversity Adds to The World: Episode #53 with Theo Smith
In this episode with Theo Smith - Neurodiversity Evangelist, Author, and Podcast Host: ✔️ What is neurodiversity and why it matters to recognize it, ✔️ How to best support neurodiverse people and create a win-win, ✔️ The challenges for parents, managers, and workers who face neurodiverse needs, ✔️ The far-reaching impact that addressing neurodiversity will bring, and much more! Theo Smith is a leading advocate for neurodiversity. Passionate to raise awareness of neurodiversity, Theo has founded Neurodiversity At Work LTD to advocate the importance of neurodiversity in the workplace. Recently, Theo joined forces with Dynamis Group to help take neurodiversity to the top of organisations agendas via the CEOs and their leadership teams. Formerly, Theo has been the Recruitment Manager for the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence, enjoying a successful career in HR and recruitment, ensuring organisations had a diverse workforce and thrived. He has also been an advisor for TapIn and host of the Talent Hacks for Scaleups podcast. Sharing his expertise on neurodiversity, Theo helps businesses to have a better understanding of neurodiversity, why it is important and what the benefits of having a neurodiverse workforce can have in business. Spreading the message that an organisation’s employees are their biggest competitive advantage, Theo shares the importance of different skills, strengths, approaches and problem-solving techniques that are evident in a diverse workforce. Known for his love of speaking, Theo is now a popular choice as a speaker for diversity and inclusion-themed events. Sharing his experience of being neurodiverse as a passionate neurodiversity evangelist, Theo has formerly spoken for the likes of Wayfair and is commended for his concepts on neurodiversity in the workplace. Covering topics such as DE&I, neurodiversity at work, neurodiversity recruitment and being ADHD, Dyslexic and Dyscalculia, Theo Smith is the perfect speaker when looking for an expert on neurodiversity. Tune in! 
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November 19, 2021
Embracing the Female Factor: Episode #52 with Mahdis Gharaei
In this episode with Mahdis Gharaei, co-founder & CEO of The female factor: ✔️ What is the role of women and feminine energy in today’s business world? ✔️ Why is reverse mentoring a trend that works, ✔️ Proven tactics to overcome entrepreneurial fails and challenges, ✔️ How to disconnect from work and fully recharge, and much more! Mahdis is the co-founder & CEO of The female factor, a career platform dedicated to empowering & developing a new generation of female leaders by providing knowledge-driven experiences around personal & professional development, a global mentoring program and a strong network in over 75 countries. Before starting the female factor, Mahdis served as one of the youngest and only female general managers of an international airline in Austria and Germany for over 7 years and led cross-border projects and teams in the Middle East, Europe and the US. She co-founded her first business at age 23 and also served in leadership roles at non-profit organisations such as the World Affairs Council, AustrianStartups and Female Founders. Mahdis is also a passionate opportunity maker, diversity advocate, entrepreneur, mentor, podcast host and speaker with a love for business development, sales, negotiations, female leadership and diversity & inclusion. In her recent TEDx talk, Mahdis Gharaei reveals a compelling case that forward-thinking organisations can’t afford to ignore: the immense potential of women in leadership and the competitive advantage of diversity in business. Tune in! 
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November 11, 2021
The Role of Empathy in Leadership: Episode #51 with John Paul Rollert
In this episode with John Paul Rollert, Adjunct Faculty at Harvard University and The University of Chicago: ✔️ Where does the work on one's leadership skills begin, ✔️ The role of empathy and ethics in today's leadership, ✔️ How to retain talent during the Big Resignation of 2021, ✔️ What leadership lessons can we learn from Barack Obama's 2008 presidential campaign, ✔️ Why caring for relationships is a crucial long-term strategy, and so much more! John Paul Rollert teaches classes in leadership, ethics, and politics at Harvard University and the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, and his research focuses on the intellectual history of capitalism, the ethics of leadership, and the application of empathy to law, business, and politics. Rollert has been published in The Business and Society Review, The Journal of Law, Culture and the Humanities, Raritan, Common Knowledge, Critical Inquiry, and the Yale Law Journal Online. Rollert has also worked with the former President of the United States, Barack Obama, during his election campaigns in 2004, 2008, and 2012. In addition to his academic work, he frequently writes on business, law, and politics for a variety of popular publications. He writes the In-House Ethicist, a featured column for the Chicago Booth Review, and his work has been featured in The New Republic, Harper's, Bloomberg, The Washington Post, Slate, Fortune, and The New York Times. For writing featured in The Atlantic, he was recognized by the Society of American Business Editors and Writers in its 2017 Best in Business Competition. A graduate of Harvard College, Rollert earned his JD from Yale Law School and a PhD from the John U. Nef Committee on Social Thought at the University of Chicago. He serves on the Board of Directors of two start-ups, Envel and Global Alumni. Tune in!
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November 03, 2021
How to Care for Your Customers: Episode #50 with Claire Jefferies
In this episode with Claire Jefferies, Group Customer Marketing Director at Verisure: ✔️ Why expressing appreciation for the little things goes a long way, ✔️ How to empower your teams and clear the way for upcoming leaders, ✔️ Ways to create value and positive impact for both - your company and its customers, ✔️ Why care is at the core of customer loyalty, and so much more! Claire Jefferies is Group Customer Marketing Director for Verisure – Europe’s number 1 home security provider. Her role covers the entirety of the customer lifecycle – from welcome to retention via communications, engagement and customer value management. Prior to her role at Verisure she was CRM and Digital Marketing Director for the UK energy retailer SSE and was Head of Upgrades, Retention and Value Growth for telecommunications giant EE in the UK. Tune in!
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October 30, 2021
The ONE Thing to Make a Bigger Impact: Episode #49 with Jay Papasan
In this episode with Jay Papasan, VP of learning at Keller Williams Realty International, Co-author of "The One Thing": ✔️ How to master focus and simplify,  ✔️ What components build strong leadership,  ✔️ Why prioritizing rest is a leadership example,  ✔️ The core difference between achievement and fulfillment,  ✔️ The 7 categories in life that matter most, and so much more! Jay Papasan [Pap-uh-zahn] is a bestselling author that serves as the vice president of learning for Keller Williams Realty International, the world’s largest real estate company. He is also vice president of  KellerINK, and co-owner, alongside his wife Wendy, of Papasan Properties Group with Keller Williams Realty in Austin, Texas. In 2003, he co-authored The Millionaire Real Estate Agent, a million-copy bestseller, alongside Gary Keller and Dave Jenks. After landing a formula for providing insight and easy to follow strategies for success, the group maintained their momentum and strung together a series of books that found their way onto numerous bestselling lists, including those found on The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, and The New York Times. His most recent work with Gary Keller on The ONE Thing has sold over million copies worldwide and garnered more than 500 appearances on national bestseller lists, including #1 on The Wall Street Journal’s hardcover business list and has been translated into 39 different languages. Tune in!
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October 30, 2021
Becoming a Changemaker: Episode #48 with Sasha Bezuhanova
In this episode with Sasha Bezuhanova, Founder and Chairperson of Move.bg, angel investor and philanthropist: ✔️ How to pursue your dreams in times of limitations, ✔️ Why now are the times we witness another Renaissance, ✔️ What we must learn from the younger generations entering the job market, ✔️ How collective wisdom and collaboration open doors for positive impact, and so much more! Sasha Bezuhanova is a senior executive, angel investor and philanthropist with a 20-years executive business career in HP and a multidimensional track record of service to society. Her long list of business achievements and social development engagements throughout the years involve positioning Bulgaria as an ICT center of global significance, boosting the entrepreneurial culture and women empowerment in her home country Bulgaria and at the European level. In 2013, she left her business career and devoted herself to supporting social prosperity through innovation, education collaboration and civic engagement. Tune in!
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October 20, 2021
The Age of Conscious Leadership: Episode #47 with Jamshid Alamuti
In this episode with Jamshid Alamuti, CEO & Founder of Neural Jam and House of Creative Entrepreneurship: ✔️ How to nurture one's creative spirit throughout life, ✔️ Why giving the power to the next generations is our duty, ✔️ The true value of embracing all experiences and failures, ✔️ How care, forgiveness, and bravery to act will enrich your life, and so much more! Jamshid’s multifaceted nature makes him unique as a disruptor, a transformational strategist, a development expert, and a creative entrepreneur. A born communicator, Jamshid’s rare ability to bring different people together led him to his current project at Neural Jam: combining technology and creativity and apply them to innovation, entrepreneurship, and problem-solving projects. His track record is wide and diversified, namely in Arts, Business, educational and personal development. He has been challenging established ideas and connecting people from different backgrounds under common goals all over the world for the past 20 years. About Neural Jam: It is an intentionally designed ecosystem to spearhead the deconstruction of the status quo in order to transform members for the better. "A group of people, connected by a shared purpose larger than themselves, are unstoppable. We believe this is greatness we can achieve: To spread and grow curiosity and openness as a united source to reach a critical mass and enable impactful thought and action." Tune in! 
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October 14, 2021
Upgrading Yourself to Lead Better: Episode #46 with Viktoriya Blazheva
In this episode with Viktoriya Blazheva, FVP, Strategy and Business Officer of UniCredit Bulbank: ✔️ How to build a career by following your intuition, ✔️ Why learning communication skills can accelerate your success, ✔️ What is the most important role in any large organization, ✔️ Why preparing well and doing your best matters, and so much more! Viktoriya V. Blazheva is First Vice President, Strategy and Business Officer of UniCredit Bulbank. She works with the top management and all bank divisions to facilitate the alignment and implementation of the bank’s strategy. Since recently she is also responsible for coordinating the ESG strategy as part of the banks’ business and operations. Before that she was Head of Identity and Communications Department of the bank for more than 10 years, prior to a career as a financial journalist. Viktoriya is also a lecturer in Corporate Communications and in Personal Branding at London School of PR in Sofia. Viktoriya is actively supporting the civil sector as Member of the Board of Directors of Trust for Social Achievement, member of Council of Women in Business in Bulgaria, in the board of Harvard Club of Bulgaria, etc. In her blog Victory Corners and YouTube channel she creates content about organizational efficiency, productivity, entrepreneurship, sustainability, etc. She is also an amateur doodler. Viktoriya has an MBA from Warwick Business School and is currently doing a Masters in Responsible and Sustainable Governance at Sofia University. Most recently, she has completed the Executive program Circular economy and Sustainability Strategies of Judge Business School and Sustainable Business Strategies of Harvard Business School Online.  She has also completed Data Analysis for Management at LSE; Fintech Specialization and Open Banking and Platforms in Finance Specialization of the Centre for Finance, Technology and Entrepreneurship, among others. Tune in!
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October 07, 2021
Just Keep Going - The Story of Reebok: Episode #45 with Joe Foster
In this episode with Joe Foster, Founder of Reebok: ✔️ What is behind building a billion-dollar sports brand, ✔️ The payoff of belief, resilience, patience, and persistence, ✔️ Joe's business and mindset advice to today's leaders, ✔️ How to be a good impact on the world, and so much more! Joseph William Foster (Joe Foster) was born in 1935 in Bolton, England on the same birthday on 18th May, as his grandfather, also Joseph William Foster, who had died 18 months earlier. Joe’s grandfather was the founder of J W Foster & Sons (Athletic Shoes) Ltd and the inventor of the Spiked Running Shoe and the Trainer (Sneaker). Joe and his late brother Jeff were born into the J W Foster & family business, but on their return after 2 years away from home on National Service, they asked questions. The year was 1955 and the brothers saw a business still rooted in the 1930s. Their Father and Uncle were now operating the business and very much like another Sports Shoe company, spent more time feuding than collaborating. The result was that in 1958 Joe and Jeff left the Foster business to set up a new Sports Shoe company. The brothers founded Mercury Sports Footwear, which after 18 months they changed its name to REEBOK. Joe had been advised to protect their company’s name by registering it. As the surviving Founder of Reebok, Joe still welcomes the opportunity to travel and recount those early stories from start-up to taking the company to a $4 billion business, overtaking Adidas & Nike to become the World's No. 1 sports brand. Tune in! 
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September 29, 2021
The Culture of Giving: Episode #44 with Masami Sato
In this episode with Masami Sato, Founder and CEO of B1G1 (Buy1Give1): ✔️ What makes Japanese companies the most sustainable in the world, ✔️ Reevaluating consumerism lifestyle and focusing on giving vs taking, ✔️ Why "thinking small" can create a much bigger impact, ✔️ How to build a team of truly caring people, ✔️ Practical steps to create a giving culture in any business, and so much more! Masami was born in Japan but her desire to expand her horizons took her on a global journey. She became deeply concerned about the inequalities and other challenges that existed in the world. Since then, she has endeavoured to create real WIN-WIN connections across all cultures, people and organisations to realise a different world. She has been a serial entrepreneur since 2001, starting and running several commercial enterprises, all aiming to transform the way businesses are operated today. And by taking a completely new look at the power of giving, she founded B1G1 (Buy1GIVE1) in 2007. Masami’s approach to life is very different. She brings a new, almost upside-down strategy to everything she does. And she also radiates it through her writing and speaking. She has authored four books including, ‘JOY - The gift of acceptance, trust and love’, ‘GIVING BUSINESS – Creating the maximum impact in the meaning-driven world’ and ‘Better Business, Better Life, Better World’. Masami’s career has followed her diverse talent and skills having been a teacher, translator, natural food chef (and a farmer!), author and award-winning entrepreneur as well as a mother of two teenage children. She is a two-time TEDx speaker and frequently invited to international events, podcasts and interviews. Tune in!
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September 22, 2021
Attracting and Retaining Top Talent in 2021: Episode #43 with David Bizer
In this episode with David Bizer, Founder and CEO of Talent Fountain: ✔️ What factors currently shape the global job market, ✔️ How to manoeuvre the complexity of hiring and retaining talent in post-pandemic times, ✔️ The immense importance of onboarding, offboarding, and everything in between, ✔️ How can leaders turn crises into opportunities, and so much more! David Bizer is the Founder and CEO of Talent Fountain, a boutique consulting firm focused on talent acquisition, talent management, and startup culture. His experience originates at the very epicentre of web technology, starting his career at Netscape working with Marc Andreessen and the team which essentially launched the internet to the masses. David was the first recruiter at Google in Europe, building out the organization from 100 to over 5000 employees in 7 years. Since 2010, he has collaborated with over 100 emerging startups throughout Europe to scale their human capital. Tune in! 
01:00:22
September 15, 2021
Unleashing Your Creativity with Wonder and Rigour: Episode #42 with Natalie Nixon
In this episode with Natalie Nixon, PhD - Creativity Strategist, Author, and President of Figure 8 Thinking, LLC.: ✔️ The path to becoming a high-achieving leader across various disciplines, ✔️ The role of rigour and wonder in any (career) journey, ✔️ How technology + productivity will achieve meaningful human experiences, ✔️ Why consistent self-care is so crucial, and much more! Natalie Nixon, PhD changes lives through ideas so that people build their creative confidence for years to come, make an impact and get paid their worth She is a creativity strategist, global keynote speaker and author of the award-winning The Creativity Leap: Unleash Curiosity, Improvisation and Intuition at Work, which has been recognized as a game-changing innovation book by Fast Company, Porchlight and Soundview. As president of Figure 8 Thinking, LLC she advises leaders on transformation- by applying wonder and rigour to amplify growth and business value. Clients have included Comcast, Citrix, Living Cities, VaynerMedia and Bloomberg. A hybrid thinker, Natalie consistently applies her background in cultural anthropology and fashion. She began her career in education and as a hat designer. Later, Natalie worked in global apparel sourcing for a division of The Limited, Inc. Previous to Figure 8 Thinking, she was a professor for 16 years. Natalie is an early-stage investor at two social impact ventures. She’s valued for her ability to work at the intersection of commercial value and stakeholder equity. Natalie has lived in Germany, Brazil, Portugal, Israel, and Sri Lanka and is proficient in Portuguese and Spanish. She is a member of the Forbes Coaches Council, a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and is certified as a Foresight Practitioner by the Institute for the Future. She received her BA (honors) from Vassar College, and her PhD from the University of Westminster in London.
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September 08, 2021
Lessons of Care Through Innovation and Technology: Episode #41 with Max Frazer
In this episode, Stoyan Yankov, co-founder and co-host of The Leaders Who Care, welcomes to the podcast Max Frazer, Engineering & Quality Engineering specialist (formerly at Apple, Vivint). Tune in and discover: ✔️ Leadership insights from 20 years at Apple, ✔️ Advice on building high-performing culture and teams, ✔️ The long-lasting benefits of showing care in your people, ✔️ Best tactics to encourage innovation and quality, and more Max Frazer spent almost 20 years at Apple, working in multiple organizations in a variety of roles spanning engineering and quality. Frazer worked on the first several releases of Mac OS X, and then later iOS. Frazer did briefly leave Apple after the tragic events of 9/11, working on security software for the U.S. Navy. On returning to Apple, Frazer joined the Apps Division, where he spent over a decade, working on notable products such as Keynote, Pages, Numbers, Notes, News. In this role, Frazer led multiple quality engineering and tools teams. Upon leaving the Apps Division, Frazer went to work on the Apple Online Store and the software powering the physical retail stores. During his tenure at Apple, Frazer has been passionate about the consumer experience and improving how products are created and delivered. In support of this, Frazer has created multiple tools used to ship products across a wide swathe of Apple, including iPhone, iPod, iLife, iWork, the Apple Online Store and others. Most recently, Frazer has served as the Sr. VP of Engineering and Quality Engineering for a Smart Home company. Enjoy the episode!
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September 01, 2021
Retired President Starbucks International on Servant Leadership: Episode #40 with Howard Behar
In this episode with Howard Behar, President Starbucks International (retired): ✔️ Living your life with a greater purpose in mind, ✔️ The difference between Autonomic and Servant leadership, ✔️ The "me" vs. "we" culture: which is leading to where - and so much more! Mr. Howard Behar's career in business spans over 50 years, all in consumer-oriented businesses covering several industries. He retired from Starbucks Coffee after 21 years where he led both the domestic business, as President of North America, and was the founding President of Starbucks International. During his tenure, he participated in the growth of the company from 28 stores to over 15,000 stores spanning five continents. He served on the Starbucks Board of Directors for 12 years before retiring. Mr. Behar is committed to the development and education of our future leaders and has been a longtime advocate of the Servant Leadership Model*. He has also authored two books on leadership titled "It's Not About the Coffee" and "The Magic Cup".
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June 30, 2021
What Defines Your Value: Episode #39 with Mihail Stefanov
In his episode with Mihail Stefanov, Communications Advisor and Trainer: ✔️ How can leaders form a long-lasting trust? ✔️ Practical ways to keep our egos in check, and why it matters, ✔️ What are the differences between Transformational and Servant leadership models, ✔️ The role of faith in showing care for self and those around you, and more! Mihail Stefanov is a communications advisor and trainer with more than 13 years of experience in the field. Mihail has successfully trained and consulted the teams of many leading corporations and nonprofits, including Mtel (A1), Postbank, Coca-Cola, Heineken, Kamenitza, Graffiti BBDO, SoftUni, Overgaz, America for Bulgaria Foundation and Bulgarian Donors Forum, among many others. Tune in!
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June 23, 2021
Giving 1% for the Planet: Episode #38 with Kate Williams
In this episode with Kate Williams, CEO of  1% for the Planet: ✔️ What does it mean to give 1% for the Planet? ✔️ How philanthropy can be part of your business strategy, ✔️ The compound effect of caring communities, ✔️ What are some simple and practical ways to contribute more already today, and more! Kate Williams is CEO of 1% for the Planet, a global movement that inspires action and commitment so that our planet and future generations thrive. 1% for the Planet’s global network of thousands of businesses and individuals have given $100s of millions to environmental partners to date. Kate has led significant growth in the community’s scale and impact, as well as deep work on best practices for implementing high-impact giving strategies, growing a network brand, and operating as an effective and innovative enterprise. She earned a BA at Princeton University and an MS at the MIT Sloan School of Management, and has served on a variety of Boards throughout her career. Kate is a mother, a trail runner, an active dog walker, and a kitchen gardener. Tune in!
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June 17, 2021
Removing Boundaries that Challenge Acts of Care: Episode #37 with Derek Kramer
In this episode with Derek Kramer, Partner at Veregy Consulting, hear about: ✔️ Sustaining a real human connection in an agenda-driven age, ✔️ Why values should come first in any business, ✔️ The crucial role of autonomy, mastery and purpose, ✔️ Volunteerism and the massive win-win-win behind it, ✔️ What is our responsibility toward the Earth, and much more! Derek Kramer is a collaborative and innovative senior executive creating the vision, igniting the culture and cultivating the talent to advance the ever-increasing role of technology across multiple industries. With experience as a senior leader at a multitude of organizations, he has a demonstrated ability to lead a business-aligned organization fostering purposeful innovation that augments business capabilities, create new and improve existing revenue channels and forge value-add partnerships that deliver bottom-line value. Tune in! 
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June 09, 2021
From £1 Million in Debt to Changing 5 Million Lives: Episode #36 with Brian Mayne
In this episode with Brian Mayne, Creator of Goal Mapping, Author, and Inspirational Speaker: ✔️ Hear an incredible life story and how mastering goal setting turned it completely around, ✔️ Find out how to set your own 'autopilot' and make it work in your favor, ✔️ Learn how your conscious and subconscious mind can work together to achieve any objective, ✔️ Get inspired to start (or boost) your authentic-self leadership journey, and much more! Brian Mayne is the creator of the Goal Mapping, Life Mapping, and Self Mapping personal development systems, and the Seven Magic Keys development program for children. Brian Mayne’s Goal Mapping, a world-leading achievement system, is a unique whole-brain approach to setting goals that powerfully helps people achieve their desires. When Brian’s family business failed during the UK recession of the late 1980s, he lost what seemed like everything: his income, his home, and his marriage. He was 29 years old, £1 million in debt, and still relatively unable to read or write. It was at this seemingly low point that Brian discovered the keys to success: that you can change your life by changing your thoughts and feelings about it. Using simple but powerful techniques, Brian learned to hold positive thoughts by setting goals, and through those goals, he gradually transformed both himself and his life. Brian is now an international speaker on human potential and has empowered hundreds of thousands of people with his unique systems for success. As well as helping individuals to achieve their aims, Brian helps leading organizations such as Siemens, Microsoft and BT. He has also worked with renowned speakers such as Brendon Buchard, Anthony Robbins, Christopher Howard and T Harv Ecker. Learn more about Goal Mapping via https://goalmapping.com/
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June 02, 2021
Business is a Human Business: Episode #35 with Sandra E. Lopez
In this episode with Sandra E. Lopez, Vice President for Intel Sports, hear about: ✔️ Overcoming hardships women face in the business world and supporting other women on their journey, ✔️ Leading by example through arranging diversity, inclusivity, and standing up for justice, ✔️ Placing the care culture and humanness in the center of all businesses, ✔️ The effects of psychological safety on any team's productivity, ✔️ A journey to better self-care as a leader, and much more! Sandra E. Lopez is VP for Intel Sports and is responsible for partnering with the sports and media industry to provide future fans with the next generation of immersive media experiences.  In her role, the team is focused on leading the business, marketing and market development efforts of Intel Sports and Studios. Lopez is also the co-chair of the World Economic Forum’s Global Future Council on VR/AR/XR. Over the course of her career, Lopez has received numerous recognitions, including “Most Powerful Women in Tech” (National Diversity Council), “Top Women in Media” (Cynopsis), “Top 10 Latina Executives” (LatinaStyle), “Most Influential and Notable Hispanic Professionals in Information Technology” (HiTec) and  “Game Changer” (Sports Business Journal). Lopez earned a B.S. in Economics and Textiles and Clothing from the University of California at Davis. In addition, she attended Stanford’s Executive Accelerator Program in 2016. As part of contributing to the community, she is focused on building the next generation of women leaders.
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May 28, 2021
Provide Your Team with the Right Tools: Episode #34 with Scott Morrison
In this episode #34 with Scott Morrison, Co-Founder and Bringer of The Boom!: ✔️ How to find and pave your path in the creative industry, ✔️ The forgotten power of intent and sharing it with your team, ✔️ What do companies that succeed in a crisis do differently, ✔️ How will the future of work, based on the current trends, look like, ✔️ How to use the "learn - unlearn - relearn" approach to accelerate your own growth, and so much more! Scott Morrison is the co-author of "Creative Superpowers", co-founder and bringer of The Boom! He is a leading creative thought leader and an international speaker. Scott has previously worked for companies such as Diesel, Levi Strauss & Co., Saatchi & Saatchi before beginning his own journey to empower the world's leading brands to Unblock, Unlock and Unleash (The Boom!). As Scott himself puts it: "I believe that if you give teams the time, space and tools, you can create huge change. That comes from unblocking old ways of thinking and behaving, unlocking inspiration and new solutions and unleashing action to make it happen. Boom!"
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May 19, 2021
Mental Health Engagement Strategies: Episode #33 with Nick Elston
In this episode with Nick Elston, Unique Mental Health Engagement Expert, Inspirational Speaker and Mentor: ✔️ Practical advice for leaders of teams and organizations to support mental health practices, ✔️ What is vulnerability and how to apply it to reduce anxiety? ✔️ How to open and, and what to do when others open up to you? ✔️ Why we should stop trying to fix people, and how to help them instead? ✔️ How to best support your own personal wellbeing, and so much more! Nick Elston is one of the highest-profile and leading Inspirational Speakers on the Lived Experience of Mental Health. In life, we can either let our adversities, our challenges, define us negatively for the rest of our lives… or… we can choose for it to forge something beautiful, something powerful – something that never would have existed without you going through your ‘stuff’ in the first place. Described as a ‘BIG man, BIG heart, BIG story & BRUTAL honesty!’, ‘Utterly inspirational, absolutely engaging!’ and ’10/10 – a Speaking Masterclass!’ – Nick shares his experiences of Mental Illness, Mental Ill-Health & Breakdown worldwide – through his powerful, inspiring, engaging & emotional talks. Nick is also a Transformational Speaking Coach who helps other people to deliver their messages through the concept of ‘Emotional Storytelling’.
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May 12, 2021
Impact-Driven Leadership: Episode #32 with Paul Dunn
Listen to the episode with Paul Dunn, Co-Founder and Chairman of B1G1, and ✔️ Learn about Paul’s story on co-founding an incredible impact-driven organization: B1G1, ✔️ Discover why we should look more outside... instead of inside of ourselves, ✔️ Find out about the great power of words - especially when being in a leading position, ✔️ Find inspiration to practice gratitude again, and much more! Paul Dunn is a 4-time TEDx speaker, award-winning entrepreneur and master presenter. Paul has received numerous honours for his work such as the Global Lifetime Achievement Award for Service to the Accounting Profession – even though he’s very definitely NOT an accountant! His work as chairman of the revolutionary business giving movement B1G1: Business for Good has been featured in leading-edge publications such as Forbes, Fast Company, Springwise, Mashable, as well as Voice of America. Already, B1G1 has created over 150 million giving impacts around the world. B1G1 is a global giving initiative that’s quickly grown into a global movement. B1G1 helps businesses embed giving right into the heart of their everyday activities. B1G1 makes business giving easy, effective and meaningful. It focuses on connecting small-to-medium-size businesses with more than 500 carefully selected high-impact giving projects. The B1G1 giving movement has brought together more than 3000 businesses and these businesses have created over 232 million giving impacts to date. Tune in!
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May 05, 2021
How to Build a Winning Team: Episode #31 with Robyn Benincasa
In this episode, Stoyan Yankov, Co-Founder of The Leaders Who Care, welcomes on the podcast Robyn Benincasa, a two-time World Champion Adventure racer, Firefighter and Keynote speaker. Tune in and: ✔️ Dig into the meaning and the true components of TEAMWORK, ✔️ Discover what wonders a truly resilient and purpose-driven team can achieve, ✔️ Hear from the expert in resilience how to endure this difficult time and find strength within, and much more! When the challenges are steep and the competition fierce, Robyn Benincasa provides the tools individuals and organizations need to cross their most challenging finish lines. As a two-time World Champion Adventure racer, San Diego Firefighter, and CNN Hero, Robyn knows a thing or two about creating Human Synergy, or as she puts it, “That magic that allows ordinary people to accomplish extraordinary things together.” Through harrowing experiences in places like the jungles of Borneo and the Himalayan peaks, Robyn has studied the good, the bad, and the not-so-pretty of Extreme Teamwork. Her refreshing and unique techniques build and foster impactful, inspired teams that succeed against all odds and turn setbacks into comebacks. Her game-changing keynotes inspire us to grab life with one hand, our teammates with the other and create that special magic that makes each of us stronger together than we could ever be alone.
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April 28, 2021
People-Driven Leadership: Episode #30 with Federico Zanella
In this episode, Marian M.P. Temelkov, Global CEO at Dynamis Group, welcomes on the podcast Federico Zanella, VP HR BP Marketing Strategy & Innovation at Swarovski. Tune in and ✔️ Discover what qualities define a caring and influential HR officer, ✔️ Learn about the importance of self-care when being in charge of many, ✔️ Find out what is Federico's personal advice to those working in Human Resources, and much more! Federico is an experienced people leader who is accustomed to playing influencing roles in international organizations of remarkable size. His core skills include Organizational Design, Performance and Talent Management, and HR Business Partnership in changing multicultural environments. His solid background in consulting allowed to easily adapt to both structured and ambiguous business environments. Federico has recently moved to Zurich in the position of VP, HR business partner for Marketing Strategy and Innovation at Swarovski where he is now in charge of people management in the ongoing strategic business transformation program. Federico has lived and worked in Italy, China, Thailand, UK and Switzerland, and has managed senior HR leadership roles in retail, consumer goods, manufacturing and Oil & Gas.
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April 23, 2021
The Human Side of Corporate: Episode #29 with Luis Villa Del Campo
Listen to the episode with Luis Villa Del Campo, Strategy & Design Independent Consultant, and ✔️ Learn about the characteristics and benefits of Design Thinking, ✔️ Discover what a human-centered approach in business really means, ✔️ Hear about how to sustain your [creative] spark in the corporate world, and much more! Luis Villa Del Campo is an expert in building companies and transforming organizations through the design of human-centric products, services and cultures. During the last 10 years, Luis has worked in Strategy & Design at Fjord and Accenture accompanying executives and teams through changing the way they work and bringing new perspectives and opportunities to their businesses. Luis believes empathy, creativity and diversity are keys to a more systemic and adaptive leadership able to understand the role of technology, navigate ambiguity and sense, and respond to change in customer and society expectations. Tune in!
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April 14, 2021
Leading the GenZ by Example: Episode #28 with Milimo Banji
Listen to the episode with Milimo Banji, Founder and CEO of TapIn, to ✔️ Learn about the strengths and advantages that characterize the GenZ, ✔️ Discover what actually attracts the young talent to join a company, ✔️ Find out how to accelerate your success as a (young) professional and form yourself into an inspiring leader, and much more! Milimo (Mils) Banji is the 24-year old CEO of TapIn, a media company that is on a mission to prepare 100 million young people for the world of work. TapIn has built an active social community of over 100,000 Gen Z’s and influencers who engage with their social video content every month. They are helping employers such as EY, Capgemini, Newton Europe, and the RAF attract and engage with the best Gen Z talent. Being the eldest in his team, Mils is leading a team of Gen Z's who are quickly disrupting the ever-changing recruitment marketing space.
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April 07, 2021
Applying Humor in the Workplace: Episode #27 with Andrew Tarvin
Can you learn to be funnier? Yes! Listen to the episode with Andrew Tarvin, Founder & CEO at Humor That Works, to ✔️ Learn how to apply some humor in your everyday life, ✔️ Discover what is "unleadership" and how to avoid it, ✔️ Find inspiration to make the corporate environment a little bit more fun and your work - more enjoyable, and much more! Andrew Tarvin is a speaker, trainer, author and coach who teaches people and organizations how to use humor to be more effective while having fun. He has delivered 100+ speaking and training sessions for over 10,000 people at more than 100 organizations, including Procter & Gamble, GE, General Assembly, and The Ohio State University. Andrew offers valuable insights and mentoring on a number of topics including humor in the workplace, inspirational leadership, communicating confidently, team-building, creative problem-solving, enhanced productivity, and strategic disengagement. Through his company, Humor That Works, he is working to help people find success by tapping into their natural personality, leveraging their sense of humor, and learning ways to enjoy their work more. He has also been featured in more than 50 publications, including The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, and FastCompany. He has appeared on affiliates for ABC, CBS, and FOX, and has been the guest on more than 40 podcasts. Andrew's TEDX Talk has been viewed over 9 million times and is the most-watched talk on humor. Besides all that, Andrew has also performed stand-up, improv and sketch comedy in 500+ shows for more than 28,000 people, and he is obsessed with milkshakes.
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March 31, 2021
Leadership Lessons from the Nordics: Episode #26 with Anna Gissler
Listen to the episode with Anna Gissler, CEO of Invest Stockholm, to ✔️ Learn how to support your team by living your values, ✔️ Discover what is the DNA of the city of Stockholm and how it brings success, ✔️ Find out how kindness and care go hand-in-hand with strength, and much more! Anna Gissler is the CEO of Invest Stockholm since October 2008. She works with attracting international investors, establishments, and talent in order to provide Stockholm with the highest-class business environment. Invest Stockholm is the official Investment Promotion Agency in Stockholm. Its service includes matching investors with opportunities, and providing advice and practical assistance, free of charge, in setting up and expanding a business in Stockholm. Her work aims to make Stockholm the most attractive city for investors, visitors, and talent, and Invest Stockholm's vision is to be renowned as the most creative city in the world. Tune in!
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March 24, 2021
Self-care Through Fitness, Nutrition and Emotional Well-being: Episode #25 with Tosca Reno
Listen to the episode with Tosca Reno, International Best-selling Author, Fitness Expert and Founder, to ✔️ Learn how to create a lifestyle that supports your whole well-being, ✔️ Discover what it means to “eat clean”, and the myths about the food we’ve been conditioned with, ✔️ Find inspiration to take good care of yourself and transform from within, and much more! Tosca Reno is a New York Times, Amazon, and International best-selling author, certified Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, fitness expert, star of her own Gemini award-winning TV show, and motivational speaker. She founded the Eat Clean Revolution that has been sweeping the planet for the past two decades. Tosca's Eat Clean lifestyle has helped millions of followers lose weight, become healthy, and feel the best they’ve ever felt with the Eat-Clean Diet®. Tosca’s mission is to inform and inspire people to nourish their minds, body, and soul using the principles of the Eat Clean® lifestyle.
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March 17, 2021
Your Limitations Are an Illusion: Episode #24 with Winston Ben Clements
Listen to the episode with Winston Ben Clements, Motivational Speaker, Entrepreneur and Mentor, and ✔️ Learn about what are the real and also only imagined constraints today's leaders face, ✔️ Discover how the mindset will make it or break it, ✔️ Notice the strengths and possibilities that often hide in perceived weaknesses, ✔️ Find inspiration to participate in the Care Olympics, instead of the Victim ones, and much more! Winston Ben Clements is a culture specialist with expertise in the areas of Resilience and Diversity & Inclusion. Winston was predicted to live a life of isolation and pain due to a rare bone disorder known as Osteogenesis Imperfecta (OI). This condition caused his bones to be extremely fragile, suffering over 200 fractures in his lifetime. Despite this, he has taken a stand for a quality of life that knows no excuses and no limits. Winston is a two-time TED Speaker, Entrepreneur, and mentor. He has shared his story on stages, conferences, and media platforms all around the world. He is passionate about creating a world that is truly inclusive for all. Winston’s ultimate mission is to inspire 1 BILLION people to unleash their full human potential. He is known for his infamous quote “Your Limitations Are An Illusion." Winston graduated from University with a degree in Computer Science and then spent over 10 years working as a Consultant for global tech corporations. Nowadays as an award-winning speaker, Winston’s inspiring and practical sessions continue to have transformational effects on audiences worldwide. He is passionate about supporting the world’s leading organizations to create cultures that are truly inclusive. Tune in!
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March 10, 2021
Supporting Talent With the Best Position in the Playfield: Episode #23 with Denis Coupé
In this episode, Marian M.P. Temelkov, Global CEO at Dynamis Group, welcomes on the podcast Denis Coupé, Chief Technology Officer at GreenStruxure. Listen to this episode with Denis Coupé and hear: ✔️ What are those simple actions that lead to global impact and sustainability, ✔️ How to address and adapt to challenges of teams working remotely, ✔️ What the next generation engineers seek from a workplace, ✔️ How to find each individual's performance acceleration path, and much more! Denis Coupé is an entrepreneur and Chief Technology Officer at GreenStruxure, engaged in the energy transition. He believes that technology is a key enabler of the radical shift that is needed in the way we produce and consume resources, and to boost the use of renewable energy and limit our carbon footprint. He is an experienced Senior Vice President with a demonstrated track of records working in the electrical and electronic industry, including a 20-year long career at Schneider Electric. Denis is also skilled in sales, strategic sourcing, mergers & acquisitions (M&A), product development, and global sourcing. He holds an Engineering Degree of Arts et Métiers ParisTech - École Nationale Supérieure d'Arts et Métiers and an MBA, focused in Finance from Grenoble Ecole de Management. About GreenStruxure: GreenStruxure is a joint venture bringing together Schneider Electric’s industry-leading expertise in renewable energy microgrids and Huck Capital’s sustainability-focused investments. GreenStruxure delivers modular, standardized Energy as a Service solutions to commercial, industrial and governmental medium-sized buildings in the U.S. GreenStruxure is simplifying and accelerating the market adoption of microgrids, offering an innovative, outcome-based alternative for building owners and operators who want sustainable, cost-effective, resilient onsite energy delivered to them hassle-free with no upfront capital expenses or operational risks. Tune in!
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March 03, 2021
Thriving in the Business of Caring: Episode #22 with Rémi Boyer
Listen to the episode with Rémi Boyer, Chief Human Resources & CSR Officer at Korian Group, and ✔️ Learn about the Human Resources role as an embodiment of care, ✔️ Discover what the leadership of 57 000 employees entails, ✔️ Find out what is the concept of "positive care", and much more! Rémi joined the Korian Group in 2016 as Chief Human Resources & CSR Officer. Before that, he spent 20 years in the industry, first in the steel industry at ArcelorMittal from 1998 to 2016 and then at the French carmaker PSA Peugeot Citroen from 2010 to 2016. In these two companies, Rémi has held various positions - mainly as a VP HR at divisional and Group level, but also as a CSR VP and Secretary General to the Group Management Board. Rémi is a graduate of the French Ecole Normale Supérieure. He started his career as a lecturer in History at the University of Paris Sorbonne, and then spent two years in the staff of the French Ministry of Education from 1995 to 1997. About Korian Group: Korian’s strength lies in its European network and the dedication of its 57 000 employees. Korian is unique in the way it delivers compassionate and long-term care services to elderly or vulnerable people, with an emphasis on preserving their independence. Korian also cares about the quality of life of its residents and employees. Everything Korian does is guided by the Group’s resilient, socially inclusive and sustainable vision. Tune in!
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February 24, 2021
Getting Things Done: Episode #21 with David Allen
In this episode, Stoyan Yankov, Co-Founder of The Leaders Who Care and Productivity Coach, welcomes on the podcast David Allen - Productivity Guru and Creator of the "GTD" methodology. One of the world’s most influential thinkers on productivity, David’s 35 years experience as a management consultant and executive coach have earned him worldwide recognition. His bestselling book, the groundbreaking “Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity”, has sold millions and been published in thirty languages; and the “GTD” methodology it describes has become a global phenomenon, being taught by training companies in more than 90 countries. David, his company, and his partners are dedicated to teaching people how to stay relaxed and productive in our fast-paced world. Tune in!
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February 17, 2021
Living an Empowered Life: Episode #20 with Vicki Bradley
In this episode, Marian M.P. Temelkov, Global CEO at Dynamis Group, welcomes on the podcast Vicki Bradley, Founder and CEO of WIL Empowered (Women in Leadership Empowered). Vicki Bradley, Founder and CEO of WIL Empowered, is also the Chief Executive Coach at Vicki Bradley and Company. She is a Certified Professional Coach (CPC/ACC) and Energy Leadership Index Assessment Master Practitioner (ELI-MP), along with the certification in Conversational Intelligence and Emotional Intelligence. Vicki is a seasoned executive with 25+ years’ experience in leading high performing teams in the retail industry across North America. She has held progressive roles with iconic retailers including President of the Bombay Furniture Company in Canada while simultaneously leading the store organization as VP Sales and Operations for Bombay US, SVP of Sales and Operations with Marks and Spencer’s, VP of Sales and Operations with Holt Renfrew (Hr2). Vicki sat on the Board of Directors for the Retail Council of Canada, Party Packagers, OSI Tile, and is an advisor for Ellington Partners. Tune in to hear about the journey (and choices) that lead to happiness, how to discover the strength within you, where to find and how to provide support as a leader, and so much more!
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February 10, 2021
The Journey to Your Best Self: Episode #19 with Danielle Brown
In this episode, Marian M.P. Temelkov, Global CEO at Dynamis Group, welcomes on the podcast Danielle Brown, Double Paralympic Gold Medallist, Inclusion Champion, and a Professional Speaker. Danielle Brown is a 5-time World Champion and 2-time Paralympic Gold medallist, winning gold in Beijing 2008 and retaining her title on home soil in London 2012. Danielle also became the first disabled person to represent England as an able-bodied competitor at the Commonwealth Games, where she won gold! Now, Danielle works as a keynote speaker, trainer, and coach. She is on a mission is to inspire and empower people to unlock their potential, overcome adversity and achieve more. She also works with organizations to develop inclusive leadership with lasting momentum. This helps you to create a more inclusive environment, stronger team performances, and growth pathways for untapped talent. Backed by comprehensive research and delivery experience of working with over 30,000 people, Danielle uses a gold medal-winning formula that looks at barriers to success - and more importantly - what we can do about them. Through her training programs and mentoring organizations, she helps to create a culture that values individual differences and a better working environment. Tune in!
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February 05, 2021
Applying 5-Star Hospitality in Your Business: Episode #18 with Kai Schukowski
In this episode, Marian M.P. Temelkov, Global CEO at Dynamis Group, welcomes on the podcast Kai Schukowski, General Manager at Grand Hotel Kempinski Vilnius. Listen to this episode to: ✔️ Learn about the role that care plays in the hospitality industry, ✔️ Discover how to focus on opportunities and introduce creative solutions, ✔️ Find inspiration to become more energized and show up as the best leader you can be, and much more! Kai Schukowski is the General Manager at Grand Hotel Kempinski Vilnius (Lithuania). In fact, Kai is the youngest appointed General Manager in the history of Kempinski Hotels. Under his management, the hotel has won numerous hospitality awards, and so has he. Originally from Germany, Kai graduated from the Emirates Academy of Hospitality Management, Dubai in 2009 and took up a position as the corporate operations performance analyst at Kempinski’s head office in Geneva, Switzerland. Kai became operations manager for the Kempinski hotels in China and developed the first Chinese luxury hotel brand, NUO. In 2013, at the age of 26, Kai was appointed Hotel Manager at Kempinski’s first property in the EMEA region at Hotel Ajman, Dubai. A year later Kai was helming the ship as Acting General Manager, leading him to win the award of Hotel Manager/ EAM of the Year at the Hotelier Middle East Awards. Despite his achievements, Kai has remained humble, caring, and approachable, and in every effort toward success, he greatly values passion, commitment, growth, humility, and love. Tune in!
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January 28, 2021
How to Take Care of Your (Remote) Team: Episode #17 with Ilma Nausedaite
Ilma Nausedaite is the co-founder & COO of The Remote Company, a remote-first company that stands behind such online products as MailerLite, MailerCheck, MailerSend, and Ycode with a team of 100+ talented people who work from 32 different countries in 14 different time zones. Ilma is passionate about remote work and creativity, and she believes that talented people around the world can create outstanding global products while also living the way they want. In this episode: ✔️ Learn about the importance of culture and value-fit for teams' long-term wellbeing, ✔️ Hear about how to practically shape a team's culture around openness and care, ✔️ Discover numerous practical tools you can share in your team and foster the care culture, and so much more! Tune in!
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January 20, 2021
Empathy as a Cornerstone of Leadership: Episode #16 with Gabriela Styf Sjöman
In this episode, Marian M.P. Temelkov, Global CEO at Dynamis Group, welcomes on the podcast Gabriela Styf Sjöman, Chief Strategy Officer of Nokia. Tune in to ✔️ Hear about how cultural diversity can nurture the understanding of the "different", ✔️ Learn about the role of inspiring and empowering teams to participate in decision making, ✔️ Discover how caring inspires trust and empathy - builds leadership, and so much more! If you enjoy The Leaders Who Care podcast, please leave a rating and a short review wherever you get your podcasts. We greatly appreciate your generous care and support! #careculture #strategy #leadership
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January 13, 2021
Using Heart Intelligence to Lead with Care: Episode #15 with Mindie Kniss
In this episode, Stoyan Yankov, Co-Founder of The Leaders Who Care and Productivity Coach, welcomes on the podcast Mindie Kniss - Founder & CEO of Lucra®, Heart intelligence researcher, Author, Speaker & Podcaster. Mindie Kniss, MFA, Ph.D., is a writer, award-winning humanitarian, international speaker, and professional coach. She left a cushy Fortune100 career for the adventure of entrepreneurship, but the "adventure" nearly ended soon after she started her business in 2007. Mindie hit rock bottom financially and was living out of her office after facing eviction, foreclosure, and bankruptcy. Fast forward to today, Mindie is the Founder & CEO of Lucra®, a coaching practice devoted to helping entrepreneurs create wealth in all areas of life. She is the creator of the annual HeartPath retreat, along with multiple online training programs for entrepreneurs, coaches, and speakers. Also, Mindie Kniss is the host of The Lucrative Society, a podcast that debuted in the Top20 Entrepreneurship podcasts on iTunes, and she is also the author of the bestselling book The Heart of Consciousness. Her second book will be available in early 2021. In this episode: ✔️ Hear a very candid conversation about the struggles after the loss of a close family member, facing tough business decisions and coming out of it stronger, ✔️ Learn about how can we lead with care, especially during tough times, ✔️ Discover how can you level-up your self-care game, ✔️ Find out how to overcome fear and spread the care culture using the power of heart intelligence, and so much more! If you enjoy The Leaders Who Care podcast, please leave a rating and a short review wherever you get your podcasts. We greatly appreciate your generous care and support!
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January 07, 2021
Productivity As a Tool for Mindful Living: Episode #14 with Stoyan Yankov
In this episode, Marian M.P. Temelkov, Global CEO at Dynamis Group, welcomes on the podcast Stoyan Yankov - Productivity & Performance Coach. Meet Stoyan Yankov - a renowned expert in productivity & performance, global keynote speaker, and the co-author of PERFORM: The Unsexy Truth about (Startup) Success. He is a serial entrepreneur with a background in video and movie production, premium event experiences and business networks. His coaching journey began back in 2014, after completing comprehensive coaching training in London. Since then, Stoyan has worked with hundreds of clients, both – individually and in a team setup. Stoyan is also a co-founder of Samodiva Masterminds, organizing exclusive business retreats, team offsides and mastermind experiences. He is tirelessly working on his mission to optimize and improve the human potential and create mindful and productive workplaces. Tune in!
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December 29, 2020
Impact v. Success - What to Focus On: Episode #13 with Bracken Darrell
In this episode, Marian M.P. Temelkov, Global CEO at Dynamis Group, welcomes on the podcast Bracken Darrell -  president and CEO of Logitech. Bracken Darrell joined Logitech as president in April 2012 and assumed the role of chief executive officer in January 2013. Mr. Darrell has more than 25 years of experience in business management and brand management in successful global consumer companies. Prior to Logitech, he held executive leadership positions at Whirlpool, Procter & Gamble, and General Electric. His broad management experience has spanned manufacturing, supply chain, product innovation, consumer services, and marketing – reaching customers in mature and emerging markets. He has led growth and reinvention for iconic brands such as Old Spice, Gillette, Braun, KitchenAid, Whirlpool, and most recently Logitech. Bracken Darrell holds an M.B.A. degree from Harvard Business School and a B.A. degree in English from Hendrix College in Arkansas. Tune in!
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December 22, 2020
Purpose-driven Innovation and Leadership: Episode #12 with Natalie Turner
Meet Natalie Turner - the inventor of The 6 'I's® of Innovation®, an integrated methodology and assessment tool that helps individuals and organizations measure their innovation strengths. She is the author of the book 'Yes, You can Innovate', selected in 2018 as a business book of the month in the UK and Singapore. Natalie is also a global keynote speaker, experienced innovation and leadership development specialist, and CEO of The Entheo Network, founder of 'Women Who Lead' and an inspiring purpose-driven leader. In this episode: ✔️ Hear what it takes to show up as a leader in tough and challenging times, and what could help you on that journey, ✔️ Learn about the importance of being fully present for oneself and those around us, ✔️ Find out how leadership, creativity and innovation are interconnected, and so much more! If you enjoy The Leaders Who Care podcast, please leave a rating and a short review wherever you get your podcasts. We greatly appreciate your generous care and support! Tune in! 
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December 16, 2020
The Role of Change As a Bridge Toward Care Culture: Episode #11 with Jonas Altman
In this episode, Marian M.P. Temelkov, Global CEO at Dynamis Group, welcomes on the podcast Jonas Altman - author, speaker, and founder of design practice Social Fabric. Jonas Altman is the author of the new book: "SHAPERS: Reinvent the way you work and change the future". Jonas is on a mission to make the world of work more human. As the founder of the award-winning design practice SOCIAL FABRIC, he creates learning experiences that transform people so they can elevate how they organize, collaborate, and innovate. Jonas speaks globally about the shape of work, coaches leaders on culture change, and is an adjunct professor at The University of British Columbia’s Sauder School of Business. His chronicles have appeared in The Guardian, Quartz at Work, Fast Company, and The Sunday Times. What does it take to shape our workplace for the better, and promote the care culture in all of our everyday actions? Tune in to discover that, and so much more!
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December 09, 2020
Make Decisions That Add More Value: Episode #10 with Thorsten Mueller
In this episode, Marian M.P. Temelkov, Global CEO at Dynamis Group, welcomes on the podcast Thorsten Mueller, the Head of Global Product Group Building and Home Automation Solutions at ABB. Thorsten Mueller received his Ph.D. in physics from the University of Duisburg-Essen. He began his professional career at the Bosch Group in the corporate sector research and advanced engineering, where he developed an innovative sensor system for new applications. Thorsten has held various management positions within the Bosch Group for around 11 years, including strategy, M&A, R&D and operations. In his last role at Bosch as CEO of Bosch Connected Devices and Solutions, he was responsible for strategic connectivity projects for the entire group and successfully implemented new Internet of Things (IoT) business models. This was followed by Thorsten's position as Group SVP Innovation & Innoventures at Osram, where he led the transformation from a lightbulb towards a high-tech company before he took over the leadership of the global building automation business at ABB in October 2019. Tune in, get inspired, and help us spread the care culture broader and farther!
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December 02, 2020
The Path to Sustainable Leadership: Episode #9 with Sofiane Ben Tounes
In this episode, Marian M.P. Temelkov, Global CEO at Dynamis Group, welcomes on the podcast Sofiane Ben Tounes, the Chairman & CEO of Oscar Infrastructure Services. Sofiane Ben Tounes has more than 23 years of international career over the five continents in Energy, infrastructure projects, and top executive managerial positions with large size blue-chip western companies. Currently, he is the Chairman & CEO of Oscar Infrastructure Services. In 1994, Sofiane graduated from the polytechnic institute of Grenoble, France. He holds an Engineering degree in physics with a major in instrumentation and minor in nuclear physics and a Master's in Signal Processing. He also holds a BSc in Applied Mathematics & Computer Science from Joseph Fourier University in 1993. Sofiane started his career with TOTAL as an R&D geophysicist. He worked for 17 years with Schlumberger all over the globe and carried several responsibilities. His last positions with the company were VP & General Manager for Schlumberger Iraq and then Sudan. In 2011, Sofiane joined General Electric as President & CEO for all businesses in North-East Africa. During his 5 years with GE, he managed to increase the company revenue with zero security incidents in the high-risk zones of his geographical area of operations. In 2016, Sofiane founded OSCAR Infrastructure Services, a company headquartered in Egypt with branches in Dubai, Tunisia, Morocco, Sudan, Jordan and Libya, operating all over Africa and the Middle East specialized in providing project development & execution and consultancy & engineering services in Power & Water, O&G, Renewable Energy and Healthcare. Sofiane is a Tunisian Citizen and is fluent in Arabic, English, French, and Italian. Tune in and get inspired!
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November 25, 2020
Why True Care Must Start With Ourselves: Episode #8 with Angela Podolsky
In this episode, our host Marian M.P. Temelkov, Global CEO at Dynamis Group, welcomes on the podcast Angela Podolsky, an expert in body language & non-verbal communication and the founder of Kinesics. Angela is an award-winning entrepreneur with expertise in public speaking, corporate training, and business consulting. She is the founder of Kinesics.com, a consulting firm that helps the business achieve their full potential by mastering the art of body language and non-verbal communication. Angela is passionate about building businesses and helping leaders develop themselves and acquire the skills they need to succeed. She believes that understanding our own emotions (EQ) along with the emotions of others is a fundamental skill for leaders to be successful and effective. Angela works with some of the largest Canadian companies in helping them master their non-verbal communication skills, as well she taught at both McGill University and the John Molson School and was featured on several radio and news outlets. Moreover, she loves business and she is an advisor and a partner to several small and mid-sized businesses across various industries. To give back to the community, Angela mentors and judges entrepreneurs at events such as StartupWeekends, and business incubators. In recognition of Angela’s business acumen and community influence, she was awarded the 2017 Entrepreneur of the Year Award by the Jewish Chamber of Commerce and in 2020 was nominated to Women of Influence by RBC Canadian Women Entrepreneur Awards. Tune in, get inspired, and help us to spread the care culture!
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November 20, 2020
Knowledge Creates Happiness: Episode #7 with Alex Levran
In this episode, Marian M.P. Temelkov, Global CEO at Dynamis Group, is welcoming on the podcast Alex Levran - a seasoned executive with over 35 years of C-suite experience in renewable energy, power supplies, UPS (uninterruptible power systems), power and frequency converters for commercial and military applications and electronic lighting systems. Currently, Mr.Levran is managing a global solar initiative for ABB, a Swiss-based conglomerate. Alex is responsible for global solar strategy for ABB, revenue generation in solar markets for all ABB products, and product marketing for the solar industry. Mr. Levran has proven his expertise through hands-on management of the fast-growing global company including P&L, management of technology, engineering, and products, and has a strong knowledge of renewable energy markets. Moreover, he actively promotes innovation and owns six patents. Tune in, get inspired, and help us to spread the care culture!
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November 12, 2020
How to Start Caring for Yourself: Episode #6 with Gitte Just
Meet Gitte Just - a professional who has more than two decades of senior experience in building organizations within NGOs, art, culture, and design. Her focus has been developing strategies, programs, and content, building community, and facilitating networks. Gitte’s experience includes serving as a Programme Director & project manager for the "European Capital of Culture" for two cities: Copenhagen (1996) and Aarhus (2017). She's also been a board member in multiple organizations. Today, Gitte is fully committed to helping people to balance the mind and body and to create a high-performance culture in their teams. She is a founder at Pause.zone empowering individuals and teams to recharge their energy, creativity, and to stay healthy in a world with relentlessly rising demand. Tune in and learn more about the importance of pausing, self-reflection, and taking care of our basic needs. In this episode, you will also come across some very specific and practical tips on what to do to effectively improve our mental state so that we can be the best versions of ourselves, and support others on their journey once our own cup is filled again.
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November 04, 2020
Making the Difference Has Nothing to Do With Your Background: Episode #5 with Arun Adhikary
In this episode, our host Marian M.P. Temelkov, Global CEO at Dynamis Group, is welcoming on the podcast Arun Adhikary, a global executive in the FMCG/CPG industry for over 13 years. Born in Nepal, Arun has held multiple leadership positions with Carlsberg A/S throughout Asia, the USA, and Mexico. He is the former President of Carlsberg USA and Managing Director of Gorkha Brewery - a Carlsberg A/S entity in Nepal. Currently, he is based in the USA, but over the lifetime Arun has lived in Singapore, Malaysia, Canada, India, and Nepal. Arun is fascinated by the breadth and depth of perspectives that come from social and cultural diversity. He is driven by a strong purpose to make a positive impact in the lives of people that he comes across and to enable women in Nepal to pursue higher education. Arun holds a Master of Advanced Management [MAM] degree from the Yale School of Management, an MBA from the University of British Columbia, and a BSc. from the University of Tennessee. Currently, Arun is working towards transforming the FMCG/CPG sector in the next normal and setting up a social foundation. Born in Nepal, Arun has held multiple leadership positions with Carlsberg A/S throughout Asia, the USA, and Mexico. He is the former President of Carlsberg USA and Managing Director of Gorkha Brewery - a Carlsberg A/S entity in Nepal. Currently, he is based in the USA, but over the lifetime Arun has lived in Singapore, Malaysia, Canada, India, and Nepal. Arun is fascinated by the breadth and depth of perspectives that come from social and cultural diversity. He is driven by a strong purpose to make a positive impact in the lives of people that he comes across and to enable women in Nepal to pursue higher education. Arun holds a Master of Advanced Management [MAM] degree from the Yale School of Management, an MBA from the University of British Columbia, and a BSc. from the University of Tennessee. Currently, Arun is working towards transforming the FMCG/CPG sector in the next normal and setting up a social foundation. Tune in, get inspired, and help us to spread the care culture!
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October 28, 2020
The Meaning of Care in A Global Company: Episode #4 with Julio Oliva
In this episode, our host Marian M.P. Temelkov, the global CEO at Dynamis Group, is welcoming on the podcast Julio Oliva, the EVP & Managing Director at Quimmco Europe. Julio is an experienced global professional, currently setting up the supply chain in Europe for a North American automotive supplier, while also looking for disruptive Industry 4.0 & Advanced Manufacturing startups as a Tech Scout for Venture Capital. Tune in, get inspired, and help us spread the care culture.
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October 21, 2020
How is Listening A Leadership Trait: Episode #3 with Christian Schraft
In this episode, our host Marian M.P. Temelkov, Global CEO at Dynamis Group, is welcoming on the podcast Christian Schraft, CEO at LightTech Lamp Technology Ltd. Christian is an experienced professional, leading several companies as a CEO, including the Business Unit and Strategy at OSRAM, Sylvania Lighting International, and previously working at the Management consulting company McKinsey & Company. Tune in, get inspired, and help us spread the care culture even further, reaching also your inner circle and community!
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October 15, 2020
How to Spread The Care Culture in The Workplace: Episode #2 with Samantha Yarwood
In this episode, our host Marian M.P. Temelkov, Global CEO at Dynamis Group, is welcoming on the podcast the inspiring Samantha Yarwood, a former executive at Starbucks, an expert in innovation & change, and a global keynote speaker. Tune in and get inspired! 
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October 07, 2020
From Humble Beginnings to A Caring Leader: Episode #1 with Patrick Hamilton Walsh
Welcome to The Leaders Who Care episode #1 with Marian M.P. Temelkov, global CEO at Dynamis Group and Patrick Hamilton Walsh, Head of Talent at The City of Stockholm.
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October 06, 2020