This is the Leadership Journey series on the Choosing Leadership Podcast.
I believe we all have a lot to learn from each other’s stories – of where we started, where we are now, and our successes and struggles on the way. With this series of interviews, my attempt is to give leaders an opportunity to share their stories and for all of us to learn from their generous sharing. If you know a leader whom you would like to see celebrated on the show, please send me a message on LinkedIn with their name.
Tune in to our latest podcast episode as we sit down with Karoli, the brilliant mind behind Jobbatical, a game-changing company using automation and AI to revolutionize the way we navigate the often bewildering world of visas and relocations.
In this captivating interview, she shares her remarkable journey from accidental inventor to becoming the youngest inventor in her country.
Her insights into leadership and growth are invaluable, as she candidly discusses her transformation from a micromanaging CEO to a visionary leader who embraces transparency and continuous self-improvement.
Discover how Karoli’s unique morning routine and executive coaching have equipped her to navigate the challenges of heading a global team while remaining centered and energized.
Don’t miss out on this conversation that delves into entrepreneurship, embracing change, and the exciting future of immigration and travel.
You can find Karoli at the below links
In the interview, Karoli shares
- We’re using automation and AI to make the hideous visa and relocation process for employees faster, so twice faster and three times lower costs.”
- “With the time I have on planet Earth, I only want to make a difference.”
- “Starting early gave me the advantage to make a lot of mistakes and learn from them.”
- “It was such a great idea. Why don’t you go to the patent office? Karoli recalling her father’s support”
- “Being a CEO is very lonely. You have your investors, your team, but everybody has their stakeholders. Getting an executive coach was one of the best decisions I’ve made.”
- “Owning your weaknesses is the first step to growth.”
- “Scheduling yourself will help you take care of yourself, even amidst the CEO’s busy schedule.”
- “The slowdown in the economy and the hiring going down created challenges, but it also pushed us to innovate and make some of our best product decisions.”
- “Taking care of yourself physically makes you a happier and more efficient leader.”
- “We’re working towards making moving to a new country as easy as booking a flight.”