In this great episode, I had the pleasure of interviewing Nelson, the brilliant CEO and co-founder of How Now. As we delved into his journey as an entrepreneur, I couldn’t help but be inspired by his unwavering determination and passion for creating…Read More
In this podcast episode, I had the opportunity to interview Tajan Renderos, a remarkable leadership development coach, author, and trainer. Tajan shared her journey with me, shedding light on her path to becoming a coach and delving into her speciali…Read More
In this podcast episode, I had the pleasure of welcoming Helen Marshall, Chief Learning Officer at Thrive Learning and thought leader in the learning and development industry. Helen shared her journey to becoming a people leader, highlighting the rol…Read More
In the latest episode of the Practical Leadership Podcast I had the pleasure of interviewing Garin Hess, the founder and CEO of Consensus.
Garin shared some profound insights during our conversation. One of the standout moments was when he quoted, “T…
Barry Foster, an expert in leadership, technology, and the future of work, discusses various topics in this podcast episode.
He addresses the changing landscape of work due to technology advancements and emphasises the importance of reskilling and up…
In this great episode I had the pleasure of chatting with Miles Downey, a top-notch c-suite leadership coach, author, and consultant. We delved into the fascinating world of coaching, exploring the similarities and differences between coaching leader…Read More
Only 8 % of companies include age in their Diversity initiatives.
It’s time to WUSUT – Wake Up Shake Up Thrive
People over 50 are washed up, past it, done.
People under 50 should pay attention, because what’s happening, will happen to them. (The alt…
We’ve take a bit of a break over summer – but now, roaring back to life with some outstanding individuals sharing their hard-won knowledge and experience with us.
Let’s find out what’s coming up in the Practical Leadership Podcast:
18 Sept – Dominiqu…
Bottom Line Up Front: Daniel Kahneman’s “Thinking, Fast and Slow” delves into the two systems of our brain that drive the way we think—System 1, which is fast and intuitive, and System 2, which is slow and deliberative. Kahneman, a Nobel laureate, explores how these systems shape our judgments and decision-making, often leading us to…Read More
BLUF: James Clear’s “Atomic Habits” demonstrates how small, incremental changes in behaviour, or ‘atomic habits’, can lead to remarkable results over time. Clear argues that the key to significant outcomes is the compound effect of hundreds of small decisions – doing two push-ups a day, waking up five minutes early, or holding a single short…Read More