Ability to choose a job based on the future "boss" is great. So we invited our Team Leaders to a virtual cup of coffee and asked them a few questions for you. And the bosses suddenly became people of flesh and blood and helped to complete the idea of our corporate culture.


When I get up for work, I look forward to: Going to work on my bike, my team, two monitors, a board, where we often draw nonsense, from which something meaningful comes at last, to the amazing terrace on the third floor, which provides new views and space for brainstorming and the really nice and helpful security guard lady who always improves my day.

My career path: Maybe too interesting, maybe normal considering our university conditions. In short: from zoology to tourism and then behind the computer. But even after years, I wouldn't have done it differently.

I am responsible for: Making my team and my customer feel good, solving everything in our power so that nothing is left unsaid and without attention. The focus of our team is finance and human capital management, there is also the topic of IS-U and ABAP or Fiori.

The most amazing part of my job is: Flexibility and non-monotonousness. Of course, I can't forget the amazing people I have on the team.

The biggest challenge I faced: Was to conceive the IT world and get an IT background, ideally right after coming from a non-IT environment. It's been almost 5 years ago, but I'm still learning. And I will for a long time.

The most memorable moment in my career: When I managed to convince those who were already leaving to stay, and now they are much further than they were and are dragging others there as well. It certainly includes all hackathons, team-buildings and internal events. I am very grateful for that.

I expect from people: Maximum open communication, sincerity and trust.

When leading people I consider important: Transparency in every aspect of my work and relationship management tailored to specific colleagues.

When I’m not working: I spend time with my family. Often also watching series and movies, as it is a great form of relaxation for me. I read everything possible and I get creative in my mini-workshop. What I need to learn is to not look at emails after half past nine in the evening and have regular physical activity and it will be just ideal.