Team player

By diving into the challenges most commonly associated with teamwork, Team Player is a podcast that teaches you how to better manage your professional life. Starting with stories taken from real life, Team Player then talks to experts in the field about how to deal with such specific situations.

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Season 1

8 episodes
Working and managing remotely
Working and managing remotely

When it becomes mandatory, telecommuting can erode the bonds of trust. That's what happened to Lou, who suddenly came under the extreme scrutiny of a suspicious manager. In this episode, an expert talks about building healthy telecommuting relationships and finding the right balance between control and trust.

S1 • 1 • 19mn
What makes a well-balanced team?
What makes a well-balanced team?

Balanced teams are a key part of success for any company. But balance itself is fragile—one poor recruitment choice can tip the scales in the wrong direction. Adrien Guilmineau, the founder of Sidekick, has experienced this truth first-hand. He tells us how building a cohesive team deepens mutual understanding and fosters collective intelligence.

S1 • 2 • 18mn
How to stand out in meetings
How to stand out in meetings

Whether due to self-censorship, shyness or feelings of illegitimacy, many people are afraid to speak up at work. This is especially true for female professionals. Fanny Dufour should know—she founded Nouvelles Oratrices, a public speaking training company for women. In this episode, Dufour tells you how to find your voice and make your ideas heard.

S1 • 3 • 18mn
How to be a good internship supervisor
How to be a good internship supervisor

Endless coffee runs, heavy workloads and no recognition—some work placements take more than they give. French online organics retailer La Fourche has gone for a different approach. Sarah Fouque, the company’s communications director, discusses their onboarding process, which was designed to support interns and educate their colleagues.

S1 • 4 • 15mn
How to say no
How to say no

You don’t need to be a workaholic to find achieving a work-life balance tricky. Rose Olive de Chérisey, a psychologist who specialises in occupational health, looks at the reasons behind the fear of saying “no” and provides tips on how to draw a clear line between your professional and personal life.

S1 • 5 • 19mn
Why diversity matters
Why diversity matters

For some companies today, diversity in the workplace is merely good marketing. For others, it’s a way to boost innovation, creativity and team performance. Caroline Chavier, a recruiter specialised in tech and diversity, explains how to promote—and maintain—an inclusive work environment.

S1 • 6 • 23mn
Stop workplace harassment
Stop workplace harassment

Workplace bullying and harassment involve repeated professional and personal attacks that turn an office space into an anxiety-provoking space. What’s more, the repercussions are serious for mental health. Virginie Langlet, an employment rights lawyer, talks about how to collect evidence and put an end to it.

S1 • 7 • 21mn
How to thrive in a new sector
How to thrive in a new sector

As more and more people want their professional lives to match their personal values, career changers are everywhere. But making your mark in a totally new sector has its challenges. Delphine Muller, a professional development consultant, teaches you how to banish imposter syndrome for good and find your place in a brand-new team.

S1 • 8 • 18mn
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