Bringing Who You Are to What You Do, with Jeff Leitner (Part 1)

In the premiere episode of Flourishing Together, interviewer Jeff Leitner flips the microphone around and speaks with Junto founder Raman Chadha. Jeff asked Raman to open up about the origins of The Junto Institute, why he started Junto, and his motivations for this podcast. Join us for Part 1 of this open and raw discussion between two old friends.

Full Show Notes:
In the premiere episode of Flourishing Together, interviewer Jeff Leitner flips the microphone around and speaks with Junto founder Raman Chadha. Jeff asked Raman to open up about the origins of The Junto Institute, why he started Junto, and his motivations for this podcast.

Raman Chadha believes you don't become more emotionally intelligent by reading a book, blog posts or articles in the popular press. You do so by consciously practicing emotionally intelligent behaviors day in and day out...forever. This podcast is the next step to bringing the Junto principles, practices and teachings to a broader audience.

Join us for Part 1 of this open and raw discussion between two old friends.

  • [02:24] Introduction of the Emotion Wheel

  • [05:34] Vision for this podcast

    • [07:01] Created for those looking to bring who they are to where they work

    • [08:25] Story behind Flourishing Together

    • [09:18] Concept of eudaimonia as inspiration

    • [10:35] Topics to expect

  • [11:35] Story behind The Junto Institute

Junto runs a structured, designed Apprenticeship Program that is built on deep mentorship, emotional intelligence training, and teams learning together. Originating in 2012 in Chicago, IL, over 30 companies have graduated from the Apprenticeship Program.

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Episode produced by Dante32.