Episode 136 – The Leadership Lab with Pippa Malmgren

Episode 136

‘A 20th-century leader was very analytical, it’s all about the drill-down into detail and numbers. But frankly, that did not serve us very well, and that’s partly what led to everybody being blindsided by populism. So we say, in the 21st century, you can do analytical, but you have to…

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Episode 127 – Leading Through Uncertainty with Jude Jennison

Episode 127 - Leading Through Uncertainty with Jude Jennison

Horses don’t care what your job title is. They’re not impressed by the car you drive. The only way a horse will follow you is if it trusts you. And it will trust you only if you’re leading authentically. Jude Jennison discovered the astonishing power of horses to transform people’s…

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Episode 125 – Getting Social with Michelle Carvill

For many CEOs, ‘doing’ social media is terrifying. Much easier to hire a millennial to do it for you. But in a world in which trust in corporates is at an all-time low, Michelle Carvill argues the best way to address that is to ‘step outside of the boardroom and…

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Episode 112 – Apology-free Writing with Denise Duffield-Thomas

Episode 112 - Apology-free writing with Denise Duffield-Thomas

“People feel like, if they haven’t been ‘chosen’, then ‘Who am I to write a book?’… I just think: don’t wait to be chosen. If this is something you want to do, just do it.” Denise Duffield-Thomas, author of Lucky Bitch, helps women overcome their hang-ups about money. In this…

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Episode 99 – The Culture Code with Daniel Coyle

Episode 99 - The Culture Code with Daniel Coyle

‘We’re all continually learning. Learning is a kind of scaffolding. To me, that’s the most beautiful metaphor for writing a book and for learning in life, that you’re continually building scaffolding. That scaffolding is expanding your capacity.’ Daniel Coyle is a New York Times bestselling author, and in this interview…

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