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The Soundbar is a podcast by Jabra about our ever-evolving relationship with productivity. With the help of guests who are all world leaders in the field working to shape the conversation, we’re looking at the future of work, how technology is impacting the way we live, and how we can optimize our time to make our lives better.
 
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Vijay Govindarajan is the Coxe Distinguished Professor at Dartmouth’s Tuck School of Business, a faculty partner at Silicon Valley incubator Mach49 and an executive fellow at Harvard Business School. In this episode, we discuss how technology will disrupt education models, why corporations will need to play a bigger part in higher education and wha…
 
Sara Nyström, the executive director of the Center for Body Language, is a global leader in body language training for business. Understanding micro expressions and body language is key for sales, negotiations and leaders. In this episode, we talk about building better relations across hybrid teams and understanding micro expressions to enhance our…
 
David JP Phillips, international author, speaker and coach, is an expert on the skills it takes to communicate with others. In this episode, we examine how to use storytelling in a professional context to master presenting in hybrid work environments. Find out why introverts are usually better presenters than extroverts, how to use neuroscience to …
 
Michael Leiter, an internationally renowned psychologist, has focused much of his career on improving the quality of work life and studying the causes of burnout. In this episode, we discuss the relationship problem at the core of burnout, how to recognize, prevent and recover from burnout and the ways in which organizations can create a better way…
 
Alyssa Westring, is an associate professor of management at the Driehaus College of Business at DePaul University and author of Parents Who Lead: The Leadership Approach You Need to Parent with Purpose, Fuel Your Career, and Create a Richer Life. For over 15 years she has been studying work life integration with a particular focus on working parent…
 
Julian Treasure, top-rated international speaker on sound and communication skills, and founder of audio branding company the Sound Agency, has a mission to help people and organizations listen better. In this episode, we discuss the rarity of conscious listening, the skills needed to speak powerfully and how sound affects our productivity and well…
 
Matt Abrahams, Stanford Graduate School of Business lecturer, and co-founder of consulting agency Bold Echo, knows first hand that our ideas are only as good as our ability to express them. While it's challenging to effectively present and communicate in-person, it has a whole new dimension in virtual environments. In this episode, we discuss overc…
 
What have we learnt after one year of remote working? In this episode, we recap some of the best pieces of advice from season one, covering productivity, self-control, remote working and the relationships we have with our jobs. Next week, the second season of the Soundbar launches. You can expect conversations with leading academics and professiona…
 
John Watson is the Founder and CEO of Evergreen Education Group and a leading educator researcher and advisor for over 20 years. In this episode we discuss topics such as adapting to online and hybrid learning, digital teaching best practices and how to use tech to give power back to teachers in virtual environments.…
 
How can teachers lean-in to digital learning and hybrid classrooms, and how will AI support all educators in the future? In this episode, we hear from Angela Chin, Microsoft's Principal Program Manager Lead for Teams for Education. We discuss the challenges of moving to online learning, how schools and educators have adapted to the digital space an…
 
What will the future of our office spaces look like and how can we use analytics to drive the best meeting experience from anywhere? In this episode, David Rosenthal, GTM Strategy for Meeting Solutions at Google, discusses topics including how to avoid digital burnout, embracing longer-term remote working and the ways in which Google are enabling n…
 
What is the future for remote work and how can we use it effectively? Whether you’re a manager, business leader or employee, this episode covers the topic of remote work from all angles. In this episode, Paul speaks with Executive Professor of Management at Northeastern’s D’Amore-Mckim School of Business, Barbara Larson. They examine a manager’s gu…
 
Why have technological advancements not been matched with exponential advancements in productivity? Over the last 60 years, global business complexity has increased six times over, and internal organizational complicatedness by over 35 times in response to this external complexity. In this episode, we hear from the director of BCG’s Institute for O…
 
How does an idea become a business that repays its investors multiple times over? The man behind multiple Silicon Valley success stories, Aurangzeb Khan has consistently predicted the technology we will need and then spearheaded high performance teams to make them a reality. Now Senior Vice President of Intelligent Vision Systems at Jabra, he is a …
 
Have you ever wanted to learn a language? How about four in one year? For many people, learning slows down or stops when they leave formal education. Not so for Scott H Young whose achievements include teaching himself a four-year MIT degree course in just one and travelling the world with the sole intention of learning language in an applied way. …
 
Have you ever heard the Gutenberg Press and the Amazon Echo mentioned in the same breath before? In this episode, Bret Kinsella explains how they have more in common than you’d think. The invention of the printing press signalled the end of a purely oral tradition and now, centuries later, voice technology is bringing it back - and also tearing us …
 
What does it mean to be happy at work? Is it enough to keep your customers happy and not worry about your workforce? Absolutely not, says Matt Phelan, and he’s got the data to prove it. Matt was previously a farmer, then he co-founded a global data and digital marketing agency, and is now Head of Global Happiness at The Happiness Index, the startup…
 
Christian Schiester believes anyone can change their life. And he would know, having gone from a heavy drinker and 40-a-day smoker being told he wouldn’t live to see 30, to becoming one of the world’s great ultrarunners. Within two years of deciding to make a change he had completed the New York marathon and won his first Austrian half-marathon cro…
 
It’s impossible to briefly sum up Rahaf Harfoush’s career; and she wants you to know that you don’t have to fit into anyone else’s definition of success, as she’s absolutely created her own. She’s a strategist, digital anthropologist and best-selling author who focuses on the intersections between emerging technology, innovation and digital culture…
 
Do you know how many things your brain can actively concentrate on at one time? Or how your 'biological prime time' can help you be your best self? If the answer to either of these questions is 'No', then look no further than Chris Bailey for guidance. In this episode, Chris, a productivity expert, best-selling author and TED speaker, shares his in…
 
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