The Team Guru Podcast Turns 21!
While we resisted the temptation to skull a yard glass of beer to celebrate the milestone, we have made a serious life decision.
Until now the podcast has been a fortnightly (that’s every second week for our American friends). From now on there’ll be a brand new episode coming your way each and every week.
So, from now on your can look forward to conversations with wonderful guests, fabulous leaders, thinkers about life and all-round-interesting people coming your way more regularly.
But if you’ve just jumped on board the Team Guru bandwagon, or fear you’ve missed a couple of episodes, here’s a run-down of where we’ve been so far.
Episode 21 – Where Parenting and Leadership Meet – Dr Joanie Connell
Episode 20 – Storytelling for Leaders – Shawn Callahan
Episode 19 – Triathlon Coach – Trent Patten
Episode 18 – Critical Thinking – Peter Ellerton
Episode 17 – Team Development – Chris Burton
Episode 16 – Bullying – Maureen Kyne
Episode 15 – Much More than a Former Wallaby – Brendan Cannon
Episode 14 – Young Innovator and Entrepreneur – Astrid Jonelynas
Episode 13 – Emotional Intelligence in Action – Ted Kwartler
Episode 12 – Leadership Resilience – Stacey Copas
Episode 11 – The Conscious Millionaire – JV Crum III
Episode 10 – Sticking to his Guns – Bob Katter
Episode 9 – The Complex World of Professional Sport – Michael Blucher
Episode 8 – Political Leadership – Dr Stephen Harrington
Episode 7 – Career Ambition – Prue Mackenzie
Episode 6 – The Maestro – Johannes Fritzsch
Episode 5 – Crisis Communication – Jason Maloni
Episode 4 – Public Speaking & Communication – Boo Holmes
Episode 3 – Critical Care (emergency) – Colin Myers
Episode 2 – Cricket Australia High Performance GM & Former Wallaby
Episode 1 – Elite Athletic Performance (Brisbane Broncos) – Steve Hooper
About Team Guru:
Here are Team Guru we are passionate about bringing to life the theory and principles of team and leadership development. You can find our podcasts here, our blogs here and our professional services here.
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