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Helping organisations thrive is a podcast to provide leaders with insights, discussions and robust strategies to help their companies thrive. We will be interviewing business leaders, owners and experts and thought leaders in the field of business resilience. Hosted by Julian Roberts - Helping Individuals and Organisations Unlock Their Human Potential, Build Growth Strategies, and Cultivate a Resilient Culture | Executive Leadership Coach. If you are looking for a Blueprint to help you and y ...
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Join this week’s episode of Helping Organisations Thrive where we are joined by Roberta Matuson to explore managing up and office politics. We dive straight into exploring what managing up is, what it looks like, and why this is an essential skill for leaders to master. Roberta shares the challenges that leaders often face with managing up. As Robe…
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Find your spirits lifted after this week's episode of Helping Organisations Thrive. Joined by the happiness person I know, Antoni Tzavelas, we explore how to bring happiness into the workplace. Antoni opens up about his own personal story and his journey to a life filled with happiness. Throughout this story, Antoni shares the processes and practic…
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In this episode of Helping Organisations Thrive we are joined by Aftab Erfan as we explore cultivating resilience in the face of polarisation. We start by addressing the basics: what is polarisation and how is it caused? As Aftab delves into these questions, she shares how polarisation within a team can be beneficial when it leads to creative tensi…
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In this episode of Helping Organisations Thrive, we are joined by Graham Winter and Martin Bean as we explore the possibility of achieving high performance without compromising personal wellbeing as a leader. We begin by discussing what the challenges are with high performance, and how self-care and wellbeing are often compromised in such a demandi…
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Join the latest episode of Helping Organisations Thrive where we explore innovative approaches to reshaping organisational culture, focusing on the critical role of habit formation. Joined by Matt Furness, we explore why traditional methods of culture change are not working. Matt delves into the science behind human behaviour and explains how we sh…
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In this episode of Helping Organisations Thrive, we are joined by Katie Maycock as we explore how to protect leaders from burnout in 2024. The percentage of UK employees that feel burnt out has risen from 46% to 76% since last year. With this shocking statistic in mind, Katie begins by sharing the key factors that can contribute to burnout in our c…
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In this episode of Helping Organisations Thrive, we take an in-depth look at the critical strategies for managing change effectively as a leader. Change is inevitable in any organisation, and how leaders respond to it can make or break their success. Joined by Emma Chandler, we discuss the key traits and characteristics that define successful leade…
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In this deeply moving episode of Helping Organisations Thrive, we sit down with Jarie Bolander, who shares the heart-wrenching story of losing his wife to leukaemia. Tune in to feel inspired and apply Jarie’s lessons to your own experience of loss, whether it be in a business context or the loss of a loved one. Jarie takes us through the emotional …
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In this episode of Helping Organisations Thrive, we are joined by Alice Reeves and Rachael Dines as we delve into the complexities of business partnership breakdowns, exploring the various factors that contribute to their demise and offering insights on how to navigate these challenging situations. As Alice and Rachael share their personal stories …
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In this weeks episode of Helping Organisations Thrive, we delve into the powerful concept of reinvention. Joined by Dr Susan Kahn, we explore what reinvention is and the diverse and personal triggers that can prompt the desire for it. Susan highlights the strategies required to successfully reinvent yourself and underpins the importance of reflecti…
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In this week’s episode of Helping Organisations Thrive, we are joined by Suzie Lewis as we delve into the vital realms of inclusion, collaboration, and the intricate workings of human systems. Suzie brings a wealth of experience and insight to the discussion as we navigate through what collaboration truly means and the complexities of fostering inc…
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Tune into this week’s episode of Helping Organisations Thrive where we are joined by Anni Townend as we explore collaborative leadership. Anni breaks down the essential components of the equation to reaching collaborative leadership and begins by highlighting the importance of curiosity in this equation. Anni shares how curiosity is what distinguis…
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Join this week's episode of Helping Organisations Thrive as we delve into the inspiring story of Russ Hedge, a beacon of resilience in the face of cancer. Despite the daunting diagnosis that Russ received, Russ chose to embrace his journey with unwavering positivity, turning challenges into opportunities for growth. Whilst Russ lives by the phrase …
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Join this week's episode of Helping Organisations Thrive, as we delve into the intricacies of navigating HR implications during a business sale or MBO. Whether it's succession planning, change management, or talent retention, the process involves multifaceted challenges and considerations. We are joined by David Mellard, owner of Bedrock HR, as we …
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In this episode of Helping Organisations Thrive, we delve into the critical topic of employee engagement and its profound impact on organisational success. Joined by Kon Apostolopoulos, founder and CEO of Fresh Biz Solutions, we explore the fundamentals of creating employee engagement. Kon highlights the connection between engaged employees and imp…
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Join this week’s episode of Helping Organisations Thrive where we are joined by Gayle Tong to explore the intricacies of confidence and impostor syndrome, shedding light on the similarities, differences, and complexities of both concepts. Gayle begins by drawing on her expertise, as Chief Enrichment Officer of Enrichment Coaching, as well as her pe…
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In this week’s episode of Helping Organisations Thrive, we delve into the dynamic realm of culture change within organisations and explore the journey that organisations undertake to make it happen. Joined by Keith Jackson, an expert in leading change, we explore the multifaceted process of instigating a cultural shift. By firstly outlining the hal…
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“Adversity introduces a man or a woman to themselves.” In this week's compelling episode of Helping Organisations Thrive, we delve into the riveting story of Siya Twani, a mental toughness and resilience speaker, who endured torture and imprisonment for bravely standing up against injustice in South Africa. Uncover the harrowing details of Siya’s b…
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In this insightful episode of Helping Organisations Thrive, we explore the intricacies of creating and sustaining employee engagement within organisations. Joined by Fraser Duncumb, co-founder and CEO of Wotter, an award-winning employee insight app, the discussion delves into practical strategies and innovative approaches that leaders can employ t…
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In this week’s episode of Helping Organisations Thrive, we delve into the world of strategic leadership with a particular focus on leading in times of scarcity. This episode features Lois Howell, CEO of St. Wilfred’s Hospice, who provides unique insights into the challenges and opportunities faced by leaders in the hospice care sector, where resour…
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In this week’s enlightening episode of Helping Organisations Thrive, we delve into the intricate world of networking, uncovering a wealth of tips, tricks, and strategies to enhance your professional connections. Joined by motivational listener Scott Smith, the episode not only explores practical networking advice but also delves into the fascinatin…
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In this raw and deeply personal episode of Helping Organisations Thrive, we are joined by Lucy Barnes who shares with us her own incredible journey through the foster care system, offering listeners a first-hand account of the life lessons she has gained in resilience. Lucy shares how she navigated the complexities and challenges of being in care, …
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“You may not be able to do it today, but what do you need in order to do it tomorrow?” Delve into this week’s episode of Helping Organisations Thrive where we explore resilience with Bryan Gillette as he shares his incredible story of completing a 200-mile run. After 76 hours, 200 miles and only 90 minutes of sleep, Bryan’s achievement has presente…
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What comes to mind when you think of an introverted leader? Someone who is shy, lacking self-confidence, and can’t make decisions? Well, today Jodi Lasky joins Helping Organisations Thrive to enlighten you to the ‘superpowers’ that introverted leaders possess. Jodi begins by sharing characteristics that are commonly seen in an introverted leader an…
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Tune in to this week’s episode of Helping Organisations Thrive and find yourself feeling inspired to overcome challenges, after hearing Jane Bayler’s story of overcoming cancer. Jane, known as the Smart Connector, shares the remarkable lessons that she has learnt throughout her battle with cancer. We delve into what we can take from Jane’s learning…
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On this week’s episode of Helping Organisation’s Thrive, we have the pleasure of Matt Garman: the Corporate Adventurer. By delving into Matt’s adventurous accomplishments, from rowing the Atlantic to swimming the English Channel, we explore the importance of vulnerability in leadership. Matt shares his journey to deciding to embark on such challeng…
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Join this week’s episode of Helping Organisations Thrive where we are joined by the remarkable Dan MacQueen. As a survivor of two emergency brain surgeries, Dan shares his story, the invaluable lessons he has learned and the power of next steps. Dan describes uncertainty, challenges and fear as he recounts his story of re-learning how to talk, walk…
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Join this week’s episode of Helping Organisations Thrive where we have the pleasure of Ian Moore, MD and founder of Lodge Court, who will delve into the importance of performance management in the workplace. Ian shares strategies that leaders can implement into their day to day activities to help reframe performance review into a positive experienc…
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In today’s episode of Helping Organisations Thrive, we are joined by Sarah Baldwin, CEO of Purity Soft Drinks, and we will explore authentic leadership. Authentic leadership is about leading with honesty, transparency, and a clear sense of purpose and Sarah shares strategies on how to unlock this leadership style. Sarah discusses the importance of …
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In this inspiring episode, we delve into the remarkable story of world-record breaker, Sean Conway, who pushed the boundaries of physical and mental endurance by completing an astonishing 105 Full Iron triathlons in 105 days. From swimming 2.4 miles, cycling 112 miles and running a full marathon, the Full Iron triathlon is renowned as one of the mo…
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In this insightful episode, we are joined by Laura Reilly, HR consultant, where we explore hypersensitivity in the workplace. The discussion begins by unravelling the concept of hypersensitivity, encompassing heightened emotional responsiveness and sensory processing sensitivity. Laura shares the emerging increasing trends of hypersensitivity in th…
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In this week’s inspiring episode, we dive into the extraordinary story of Barry Hayes, an adventure-seeker who embarked on the daunting challenge of rowing across the Indian and Pacific Oceans. Barry shares the story of what got him to that start line as well as the challenges that he navigated: from uncertainty over assembling a team, to battling …
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Have you ever considered the power of story telling? Liz Bloomfield shares the impact that story telling can have as leaders. Story telling can present transformational opportunities, which in turn allows us to channel energy into proven solutions that can be replicated and expanded. By telling a story you will connect with your true purpose, enabl…
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Today, Allegra Chapman, a business strategist and communication expert, joins me to explore neurodiversity in the workplace. Allegra begins by emphasising that there is a broad spectrum of neurodivergence, and that one neurodivergent person will not fit under the same umbrella as another. Reflecting on her own personal story, Allegra shares some of…
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7 marathons. 7 days. 7 continents. 7 learnings. Join today’s episode and find yourself feeling inspired for the rest of the day as Sally Orange shares the monumental challenge that she has completed. As an advocate for mental health, Sally endured on 7 marathons in 7 days in 7 continents, to share the importance of mental health around the entire w…
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Tune in and be inspired by Marc Singer’s truly incredible personal journey of finding strength in adversity. Marc’s story begins in his teen years where high school bullying pushed him to a place where he believed he could fight back: a gang. The years of violent and illegal behaviour all built up to one day being imprisoned for life, for a crime h…
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How can every day adventures help us become more resilient? Nicki Bass, business psychologist, shares the benefits that adventures have on us and our resilience, whether that be climbing a mountain or simply walking a slightly different route to work. Nicki discusses how adventures offer possibility, learning and growth by pushing us out of our com…
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Discomfort is something that none of us enjoy. But what if leaning into discomfort can help us become better leaders? Join this fascinating conversation with Sarah Furness, a former combat helicopter pilot and current keynote speaker, as we discuss the benefits of discomfort, and why leaders should be embracing it. Sarah starts by sharing the diver…
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With 46% of UK workers close to burnout, it is vital that organisations consider how to beat burnout and reignite performance in their employees. Today, Jimmy Burroughes, owner and founder of Jimmy Burroughes Leadership, begins by sharing his personal burnout story, before discussing a myriad of behaviours, skills and activities that organisations …
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We are all surrounded by and impacted by the digital world, but how is it affecting our lives in the workplace? Sam Flynn, digital well-being social media coach, shares how a digital culture has impacted productivity and behaviours at work. With constant interruptive notifications, issues with our levels of focus and concentration, disrupted sleep …
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Dr Dieter Veldsman, an award-winning psychologist and HR executive, explores the employer-employee changing relationship and what the future of work might look like. Dieter shares some of the significant changes that have occurred surrounding this relationship, including employees redirecting their focus to consider how their work fits around their…
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Alison Petty shares her incredibly inspirational personal transformational story: a true epitome of resilience. From being chronically ill for 24 years and living in a wheelchair, to now freely rock climbing and hiking, Alison shares with us her amazing journey. From the age of 17 Alison became suddenly extremely unwell, completely shifting what sh…
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Have you faced issues with attracting new talent due to the “candidate-short market”? Today, Ian Moore, an HR expert from Lodge Court, will explore how we can ensure that we attract the best talent. Ian first touches on why we are facing a candidate-short market, before sharing what it is that candidates are looking for in a job position as well as…
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Join this conversation with Ingor, who’s known as being a connection catalyst, and explore more about community: what it is, how we can build it and why it is so important. Ingor shares how community helps elevate us and pushes us to be the best version of ourselves. Networking is more than connecting with other people but also connecting to new id…
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Today, Adam Strong, a specialist in helping elevate leaders to build and scale their businesses, will explore mental resilience. Adam begins by sharing his inspirational personal story through entrepreneurship from just the age of 11. Adam shares the struggles that he faced at such a young age, and where his mental resilience has stemmed from. Adam…
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How do you feel about hybrid working? Today, Sarah Jane Black, an award-winning business improvement specialist, discusses the advantages and disadvantages of hybrid working, with a particular focus on how it has impacted gender equality within the workplace. 79% of men compared to 37% of women declare a positive experience of hybrid working. Sarah…
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Have you ever experienced burnout or felt on the edge of it? With almost half of UK employees feeling on the edge of burnout, having an understanding as to how our bodies respond to stress, and thus ways we can support ourselves and those we work with, is vital. Today, Sarah Mayo, Co-Founder of POINT3 wellbeing, discusses what burnout is, along wit…
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How important do you think conflict is within teams? Lech Guzowski, workplace culture facilitator, discusses one of the natural stages of team collaboration: conflict. Lech shares the benefits of conflict within a team and advises ways to re-frame dealing with and resolving conflicts on a personal level. Whilst re-framing conflict as an individual …
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Chris Cook, former competitive swimmer for Great Britain, shares his journey and mindset shift after retiring from swimming. Chris explains the darkness that he experienced after retiring from the only thing he really knew and loved and the difficulties of transitioning to the next stage of his life. However, Chris advocates for experimenting and f…
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Today, Carl Hewitt shares the challenges and lessons he has learnt since starting his first business at the age of 15. From customising Xbox controllers at 15, to now becoming the managing director of Hewitt Matthews, a digital marketing agency, Carl has gained a myriad of wisdom and advice on how to overcome challenges. Carl firstly shares the cha…
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