Great Manager Podcasts

Great Manager Podcasts

 

by Great Manager Institute

 

Listen in as Great Manager Institute talks to some of our Great People Managers from the Forbes Top 100 list through the Great People Manager Study.

We uncover their journeys and stories, their wins and challenges, and the people who’ve influenced them to get to where they are today. If you’re aspiring to build high-performing teams and sustain great workplace culture, this series is for you.

True Human-Enthusiast

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With a passion for nature and people, the experience of Ashima Roona of Cinepolis ranges across different companies and industries, guiding her towards developing a fool-proof managerial style. Speaking to the true human-enthusiast, we finally get to hear what HR thinks of us. To stay ahead of upcoming trends in people management, listen to this episode.

Gamer Entrepreneur

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An introvert leading one of the most extroverted roles at Gozoop Online, Rohan Bhansali has integrated spirituality and competitive board-game spirit into his managerial style. Believing in following the small steps to make a large impact, this young entrepreneur has one hell of a journey to share. Hear him talk about what excites and thrills him, in this episode.

Sporty Lawyer

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Speaking to a true-blue cricket fanatic Manan Lahoty (previously with L&L Partners, currently with IndusLaw), we get to know how lessons and strategies from the playing field can be used in people management. With the only lawyer from our first list, we dive deeper into some industry-specific trends and challenges. This episode is for sports fan looking to become better people managers.

Feeder of Souls

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When chef Tanay Goregaokar (then with Yellow Tie Hospitality) isn’t experimenting with a new recipe in the kitchen, he’s experimenting with a unique managerial style with his people. In addition to feeding stomachs, he has successfully fed the souls of the people he works with. This proud chef has a journey that cuts across cities and cultures, which he shares with us in this episode.
Stand-up Comedian and the CHRO
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On his way to becoming a stand-up comedian, Jayesh Joshi of Nexval Infotech decided to manage teams by using humor and fun. Having been influenced by some amazing leaders in his career so far, we get to hear some best practices from managers across the world. Laced with jokes and giggles, this episode offers you some major ‘food’ for thought. We are also joined by the CHRO of Nexval, Srinath Gururajarao, who has helped nurture greatness in people management in his organization.