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Supermanagers, brought to you by the team at Fellow.app, is the podcast for managers and leaders who want to become better at leading teams and organizations. Aydin Mirzaee, CEO of Fellow.app, interviews world-class executives about their habits, thought patterns and experiences that have helped them become the leaders they are today.
 
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In episode 23, Andrew Waitman reveals why leadership meetings need structure, but also flexibility. Andrew Waitman is the CEO of Assent Compliance… the global leader in supply chain data management and one of Canada’s top growing companies. Tune in to explore the concepts of agility and adaptability and why structure is such an important aspect of …
 
In episode 22, Leslie Miley asks us to rethink how we invest in inclusion and uplift our teams. Leslie Miley has an impressive career history leading Engineering teams at Slack, Google, Twitter and Apple... as well as being the first Chief Technology Officer with the Obama Foundation. Tune in to this episode to learn why as leaders, we must move aw…
 
In episode 21, Erin Bury shares how she brings optimism to her leadership and how we can balance positivity with the challenges that come with business. Erin Bury is the Co-Founder and CEO of Willful, a Toronto based startup building the online estate planning platform for today's generation. Prior to founding Willful in 2019, Erin held senior role…
 
In episode 20, Michael Litt reminds us how important it is to exercise our minds, so we can execute our missions and our values as leaders. We talk about how leadership changes as your business grows, the importance of communication and structure to keep tasks on track and having empathy and compassion for your team. Michael Litt is the Co-Founder …
 
In episode 19, Patrick Campbell reflects on his journey as a first time founder and manager. In this episode, you will hear about Patrick’s early career building days working at Google and the US Defence Department, as well as what life was like when he decided to go all in and build ProfitWell in 2012. Patrick is the Founder and CEO of ProfitWell,…
 
In episode #18, Melinda Briana Epler defines the concept of allyship and what it means and looks like to be a good ally in the workplace. Tune in to learn why it is necessary to be and feel uncomfortable when doing anti-racist work and how to have conversations that promote safety and equality, and interrupt one’s that don’t so you can make changes…
 
In episode #17, Bo Brabo joins Aydin to talk about how leadership, team culture and everyday behaviours at work collide in the military and in the corporate world. Tune in to hear all about Bo’s journey that has carried him through the military, presidential offices and the corporate world and learn about the similarities that can be identified whe…
 
In episode 16, Shane Murphy-Reuter explores the important qualities and behaviours that make a successful leader and as a result, a successful team. Shane is the Senior Vice President of Marketing at Intercom and has just celebrated fifteen years in marketing. Listen as we talk to Shane about moving to remote work during the COVID-19 crisis, how to…
 
In episode #15, Jean-Michel Lemieux invites us to explore what and who it takes to lean into leadership. We also discuss the importance of knowing when to lead and when to follow, the extraversion myth and what it means to treat your team as a “connected network of brains”. Jean-Michel is the Chief Technology Officer at Shopify and has an impressiv…
 
In episode #14, Kirstine Stewart explains the surprising difference between a leader and a boss. We also discuss what it means to have a leadership mindset (even if you’re not a manager), and why female representation in leadership roles is so important for all modern companies and corporations. Kirstine is an Executive Committee Member and Head of…
 
In Episode #13, Alex MacCaw describes the frameworks and best practices that managers should adopt to constantly improve their leadership skills. We also talked about Clearbit’s impeccable agreements and how they can help you improve communication and collaboration across departments. Clearbit is a San Francisco-based business intelligence company …
 
In episode #12, David Sakamoto shares a framework to build and scale high-performing teams, as well as best practices to onboard new team members at rapidly growing companies. We also talk about the importance of monthly career conversations, and why leaders should be the last ones to voice their opinion during team meetings. David has over 20 year…
 
In episode #11, Michael Watkins discusses some of the strategies that new leaders can adopt to be successful in their roles and climb up the learning curve. We also talked about the self-doubt phase, and why almost 90% of leaders deal with the urge to prove themselves when they start a new job -- something that Michael calls the “action imperative”…
 
In episode #10, Vlad Magdalin shares a template to run effective and inclusive company-wide meetings - as well as some great tips to make the hybrid remote model work for your company. We also discuss Webflow’s dual mission - and the biggest dilemma that Vlad faced as he scaled the team. Vlad is the CEO of Webflow, a software company empowering peo…
 
In episode #9, Lara Hogan shares best practices to understand your team’s core needs and create predictability in times of uncertainty. We also discuss the difference between mentorship, coaching, and sponsorship – and how you can become a better sponsor and coach for your team. Lara is a coach for leaders in tech and the author of Resilient Manage…
 
In episode #8, Michael Lopp (Rands) talks about the power of scheduling regular one-on-one meetings and asking clarifying questions to identify unengaged employees. We also discuss the concept of Manager Readmes and how they can help you build more efficient and positive working relationships. Michael is the author of Managing Humans, Being Geek, a…
 
In episode #7, Guy Kawasaki talks about his experience managing Apple’s evangelism team, the lessons he learned working with Steve Jobs, and the German concept of being a Mensch – and how it can help you identify and hire great leaders. Guy was one of the Apple employees originally responsible for marketing the Macintosh computer in the 1980s. Duri…
 
In episode #6, Sam Zaid (CEO of Getaround) shares a playbook you can use to identify and hire great leaders. We also discuss the RACI framework and how Getaround is using this and another set of rituals to help new managers be effective right away. Prior to Getaround, Sam founded Apption, an enterprise software consultancy, and 360pi, the leading r…
 
In episode #5, Tara Robertson (Head of Customer Marketing at SproutSocial) talks about the power of focusing on your team’s strengths. She also shares some great insights on how to overcome imposter syndrome, find great mentors, and deal with the challenges of managing a remote team. Prior to joining SproutSocial, Tara was the VP of Marketing at Ho…
 
In episode #4, Eran Aloni (COO of Gong.io) shares tips on how to get your team aligned and why accountability is critical to leading teams. We also talked about how Gong.io uses operating principles to guide their team and what signals you can watch for to know you’re ready to implement them in your company. Eran has over 20 years of experience bui…
 
In episode #3, Michele Romanow (co-founder and president of Clearbanc) talks about the importance of building a culture of radical candor, trusting employees to make data-driven decisions, and hiring empathetic people. Michele is a serial entrepreneur who started five companies before the age of 33. A Dragon on CBC’s Dragons’ Den, she previously co…
 
In episode #2, Sara Varni (CMO of Twilio) talks about the importance of understanding your team’s motivations, setting clear expectations around KPIs, and empowering people to develop professionally within your organization. Prior to joining Twilio, Sara was a leader at Salesforce – where she grew from product marketing manager, all the way to SVP …
 
In episode #1, David Cancel (CEO of Drift) shares his insights and practical advice to implement Servant Leadership, Skip-Level Meetings, and Learning Loops in your organization. David is a five-time founder, two-time CEO, and best-selling author of “Conversational Marketing”. He was named the top-ranked CEO by USA Today and is currently an Entrepr…
 
There’s only one thing that differentiates average teams from world-class, high-performing organizations. You guessed it. Great managers. Or as we’ll call them in this podcast… Supermanagers. Supermanagers create an environment that attracts the best employees... and most importantly, retains them. They invest in their employees’ growth and are alw…
 
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