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13. Christopher Phin: Becoming a podcasting hero

After 16 years in magazines – as a writer, editor, editor-in-chief and publisher; Christopher Phin has for the last year been leading the creation of a podcast strategy at Scottish publishers DC Thomson Media. Now publishing eight podcasts, with more in development, he’s energised by the opportunities podcasts give to strengthen relationships with audiences, to find…

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10. Laurel Herman: Having impact, being influential and using initiative

Laurel Herman is acknowledged as an international expert in every aspect of personal effectiveness.  In this podcast Laurel talks to Sue Stockdale about fifty years of being in business, and how using her initiative to solve problems has taken her into a number of different ventures including concept shopping, an image consultancy and a social enterprise helping…

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07. Loshni Manikam: Improving wellbeing in New Zealand’s dairy industry

What if farming + family does not add up to happiness?  Loshni Manikam, leadership coach and winner of Fonterra Dairy Woman of the Year in 2018 talks to Sue Stockdale about how she helps women to thrive in New Zealand’s dairy industry.  To find out more about Loshni Manikam see her LinkedIn Profile.    …

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03. Keith Crutcher: the brain and its ability to adapt

Dr Keith Crutcher, Neuroscientist, talks to Sue Stockdale about the mysteries of the brain; and why adaptability, curiosity and forgetting is vital for our survival in the fast-changing business world. Keith, a long-established brain scientist, has held faculty positions at the University of Utah and the University of Cincinnati, where he carried out a number…

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