#388 Jessica Orkin, Marc Winter, Thomas Winkelmann| SYPartners New York


Our guests today have each been guests on our podcast before. I spoke with her in Epiosde 159 in New York at SYPartners headquarters and I also spoke with her two colleagues and partners together with our guest co-host Maks Giordano in Epsiode 123 in Berlin. A lot has happened since then and since the three are currently in Germany, we thought it was a good time for another episode. SYPartners stands for a holistic approach to consulting, which our female guest today, who works there as CEO, summarizes as follows: "The future that we're fighting for is one bringing humanity and performance together such that the organizations and coalitions of the future are built in a fundamentally different way."

For more than six years, we have been looking at how work strengthens people - instead of weakening them. In more than 380 conversations, we've talked to over 450 people about what has changed for them and what needs to change further. We are quite sure that it is important right now. Because the idea of "New Work" was developed during a real crisis. We are looking for methods, role models, experiences, tools and ideas that bring us closer to the core of New Work! In addition, from the very beginning we have been concerned with the question of whether all people can really find and live what they really, really want in their innermost being. You are at On the Way to New Work - today with Jessica Orkin, Marc Winter and Thomas Winkelmann. Episode 388 is available on all major podcast platforms, such as Spotify or Apple Podcasts (or directly on otwtnw.de). Just search for 'On the Way to New Work' and subscribe to never miss an episode. Christoph and Michael always publish on Mondays at 6:00 and sometimes during the week. Most episodes are in German, but some are in English, like this one.

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