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Diverse & Inclusive Leaders Podcast by DIAL Global

By Leila McKenzie

Twice weekly podcast show, conversations with inspiring thought leaders of today, unearthing their unique stories of diversity, inclusion and belonging.

  1. 1.
    “I believe that mentoring creates equality of opportunity”: Herman Stewart - Founder & Chief Executive Officer at Every Child Needs a Mentor01/14/2021
    43:45
  2. 2.
    “There is good everywhere, it’s just about being able to shine a light to be able to make it possible for people to tell their stories”: David Macdonald - Director of Communications, Global Brands & Retail Pharmacy International at Walgreen Boots Alliance01/12/2021
    35:36
  3. 3.
    "We look at methodologies that produce real results…. like blind auditions": Mark Lomas - Head of Equality, Diversity & Inclusion at High Speed Two (HS2)01/07/2021
    45:54
  4. 4.
    "It’s the layers that make us who we are. We all have those intersectional elements”: Marc McKenna-Coles - Global Diversity & Inclusion Manager at Lloyd’s of London01/05/2021
    40:02
  5. 5.
    "There is something quite freeing in the Menopause”: Midge McCall - Group Head Engagement & Communications at ODEON Cinemas Group12/29/2020
    44:09
  6. 6.
    "I think anyone who’s not having the conversation because they’re worried they’re going to say the wrong thing is someone who really needs to have the conversation”: Tom Fiennes - Commercial Sustainability Director at Britvic PLC12/22/2020
    37:44
  7. 7.
    "If you spend millions on a project and can’t see the difference it’s made, you might feel good but so what?”: Jonathan Freeman Chief Executive Officer at CareTech Foundation and Managing Director at Earlsbrook Consulting Limited12/17/2020
    47:00
  8. 8.
    "Wear your sneakers and your sequins and anything else that’s crazy and that’s you, then other people will realise that they can be themselves... And that's leadership!": Sandy Gould - VP, Talent Acquisition, Learning and Diversity & Inclusion at Verizon 12/15/2020
    1:00:53
  1. 9.
    "Why would you exclude talent from your business? It doesn't make any business acumen sense whatsoever": Loraine Martins - Director of Diversity and Inclusion at Network Rail12/10/2020
    39:26
  2. 10.
    "You’re more powerful as a collective”: Katherine Robinson - Senior Business Development Manager at Boots UK and Vice Chair of Women of WBA-UK Business Resource Group12/08/2020
    32:03
  3. 11.
    "I really hope that a legacy of Covid is an appreciation of a different way of working”: Diane Lightfoot - CEO at Business Disability Forum12/03/2020
    38:41
  4. 12.
    "The huge mistake that every single company is making is failing to hire, value, retain, promote and reward older talent”: Cindy Gallop - Founder & CEO of MakeLoveNotPorn and IfWeRanTheWorld12/01/2020
    49:30
  5. 13.
    "If one can find out what’s in it for them, it’s more likely that they’re going to pay attention”: Kamel Hothi – Non Executive Director at TLC Lions and Trustee/Advisor on Charity Boards11/26/2020
    38:35
  6. 14.
    "Sitting on the floor at a refugee camp was when I realised I had the ability to give a voice and to be a voice”: Pauline Miller - Head of Talent Development, Diversity and Inclusion at Lloyd's of London11/24/2020
    37:35
  7. 15.
    "A lot of the other diversity strands sometimes are forgotten”: Collette King - Human Resources Director at Studio Retail Limited11/19/2020
    43:16
  8. 16.
    "As a founder, if you’re on the right mission and are truly in it to provide value, you can make a difference”: Jahanzaib Ansari – Co-Founder and CEO at Knockri11/17/2020
    37:26
  9. 17.
    "You notice people have a different persona when they go through that office door”: Kevin Dunckley - Chief Sustainability & Innovation Officer at HH Global11/12/2020
    42:13
  10. 18.
    "The support we’re giving is more about reassurance than guidance”: Neil Shorthouse - Founder & Chief Executive at Shorthouse Hospitality Ltd11/10/2020
    38:46
  11. 19.
    "Let people want to follow you and in order for them to follow you they've got to see you're human": Emma Codd - Global Inclusion Leader at Deloitte11/05/2020
    45:06
  12. 20.
    "D&I is absolutely at the core of innovation, being able to create a future that doesn’t exist yet" - Paula Gildert - VP Head Research and Development Procurement at Takeda10/29/2020
    37:04
  13. 21.
    "Diversity, inclusion, wellbeing and belonging is on everyone’s agenda. It should sit on everyone’s objective”: Tali Shlomo - Head of Inclusion and Wellbeing - Interim at Shearman & Sterling LLP10/27/2020
    22:44
  14. 22.
    "Don’t listen to that inner voice of doubt”: Des Pullen – Board Trustee at Concordia and Executive Consultant at Associated British Foods plc10/22/2020
    40:32
  15. 23.
    "We have to be aware of how we are communicating": Alex Uy - Technology Strategist Director at Microsoft10/20/2020
    53:15
  16. 24.
    "Every single one of them has got a story about how they feel like they’ve changed somebody’s life”: Debbie Olive - Senior Vice President Europe at CooperVision10/15/2020
    30:15
  17. 25.
    "If you're not comfortable with what language you should be using around any aspect of D&I - the answer is ask": Julia Streets - Founder and Chief Executive at Streets Consulting10/13/2020
    33:58
  18. 26.
    "Don’t be scared to ask questions and don’t be scared to approach people”: James Millward - Managing Director at Eurilait10/08/2020
    38:48
  19. 27.
    "There has been an increasing understanding of how reputation affects a business": Ruwan Kodikara - Vice President, Corporate Comms, International at Sony Music Entertainment10/06/2020
    41:18
  20. 28.
    "I think that it’s essential in any relationship, business or personal, to accommodate differences”: Liz Silverston - Mental Health Counsellor at Eye to Eye Therapy10/01/2020
    43:44
  21. 29.
    "I feel that everything I have gone through has been completely necessary towards making me who I am today”: Liam McKelvie - Founder & Speaker at ZeroLimbits09/29/2020
    33:07
  22. 30.
    "Culture is really important at a company, and feeling like you belong”: Yvette Forrester and Zac Shander-Kelsey - BNY Mellon09/23/2020
    54:34
  23. 31.
    "We've got a huge responsibility as line managers, as leaders in organisations, to look for the people who go from zero to hero very quickly": Caroline Cater - Vice President Field Sales at Coca-Cola European Partners09/22/2020
    36:16
  24. 32.
    "We live in a global world with lots of different characteristics, lots of different motivations and lots of different cultures and the people that buy your products come from that global world": Andy Goss - Chairman of the Board at Vertu Motors plc09/17/2020
    38:49
  25. 33.
    "I just like to see different people from different walks of life talking on the radio": Graham "Beeky" Beecroft - Sports Broadcaster/Editor09/15/2020
    39:04
  26. 34.
    "To be authentic, you have to show your true self, you have to be honest about your struggles and even failures": Harriet Padina - Diversity and Inclusion Community Manager at Siemens UK09/10/2020
    40:01
  27. 35.
    “Diversity of attitude creates strong teams and strong teams are what creates success”: Lawrence Trist - Managing Director at Finsbury Food Group09/08/2020
    40:26
  28. 36.
    “Without inclusion and belonging, diversity doesn’t exist”: Melanie Richards - Deputy Chair at KPMG UK09/03/2020
    38:56
  29. 37.
    "Give people a chance, not out of the goodness of your heart, but because A) it's the right thing to do and B) because it's the right thing for your organisation": Richard Bandell - Portfolio non-Executive Director/Chairman09/01/2020
    50:26
  30. 38.
    “One part that I think is often overlooked is the power that we have as individuals to create the conditions around us where others can really thrive”: Fiona Ibanez-Leach - Head of Diversity & Inclusion, International Markets at Walgreen Boots Alliance08/27/2020
    33:01
  31. 39.
    “Bringing in some people having a different background goes such a long way in helping see things a bit differently”: Pierre Le Manh - CEO North America & Global Deputy CEO at Ipsos08/25/2020
    45:28
  32. 40.
    "What we can do to increase our audience is to show we're not just a fighting force, we also invest a lot in our human capital" Stefan Betancourt and Tanya Miller, the Royal Air Force08/21/2020
    46:13
  33. 41.
    “If I talk about it, I’m vocal about it and I’m active about it, I can change my own experience as well as theirs”: Gavin Lewis - Managing Director at BlackRock and Co-founder of #talkaboutblack08/18/2020
    36:42
  34. 42.
    “We should have equality but it’s not having equality for equality’s sake, it’s just the right thing to do”Shane Farrell: CEO Europe at Ipsos08/13/2020
    30:34
  35. 43.
    “Start from an intrinsic need that you have and for me, that is to learn and absorb new things”: Stefaan Van Dyck - President & CEO Animal Nutrition & Health EMENA at Kemin Industries08/11/2020
    45:26
  36. 44.
    "It's about finding that difference to be able to make a difference": Suzie Welch - Group Chief People Officer at ODEON Cinemas Group08/06/2020
    34:04
  37. 45.
    “Just be open and curious to wherever you’re going to absorb new experiences because that’s what makes life interesting”: Helen Kennett - Director, UK Government Relations at Rolls-Royce 08/04/2020
    39:18
  38. 46.
    "It's about businesses recognising that if you've got the same people sat around the table with the same opinions, you're not bringing much to the table": Emma Murray - Network & Training Manager Special Operations at Jaguar Land Rover07/31/2020
    35:21
  39. 47.
    “I fell in love with virtual reality because it gives people a lived experience”: Simeon Quarrie - CEO/ Founder/Visual Storyteller at VIVIDA07/28/2020
    40:32
  40. 48.
    “Differences of what people have gone through in life really do come to the forefront in what it makes for a team to be so special”: David Doherty - Resourcing Manager at John Lewis Partnership07/23/2020
    31:46
  41. 49.
    “Some people are genuinely impressive leaders and you can see the impact it has on teams”: Philip Harman - Partner at DAC Beachcroft LLP07/21/2020
    45:36
  42. 50.
    “I always say there’s emotions we experience in parenthood; they cross culture, geography, religion, gender. It’s something in our DNA”: Cecelia Crossley – Founding Director at From Babies with Love, Trustee at Duchenne UK and the Gaia Foundation07/16/2020
    33:05
  43. 51.
    “The need to be included was probably the driving force for my career”: Ismail Amla - Chief Growth Officer at Capita and Oli Freestone - Head of Institute at Capita07/14/2020
    45:02
  44. 52.
    “The western market has given me such opportunities for someone like me, but also, we have kept our eastern values of modesty, humility and education”: Anand Verma - European Head of Digital Services at Infosys and Founder/CEO at Brilliant Basics07/09/2020
    44:24
  45. 53.
    “If you create an environment of trust, safety and care, you will retain your team better”: Sangram Vajre - Chief Evangelist/Co-Founder at Terminus and #FlipMyFunnel Podcast Host07/07/2020
    1:04:28
  46. 54.
    “The answer is not to get the elite black people into positions of power; the answer is to get the people in the community more self-respect, more opportunities…”: John BarnesJohn Barnes MBE – Former professional footballer for Watford, Liverpool, Newcast07/02/2020
    49:25
  47. 55.
    “Allyship is far more about listening than talking and as a leader it’s about creating an environment where people are okay to talk”: Andrew Denton - Chief Executive Officer at Alfa Financial Software and Co-Founder/Director at the Leasing Foundation06/30/2020
    41:09
  48. 56.
    “The more you learn about different people, the more you realise we have more things in common than the things that set us apart”: Christos Tsaprounis - Head of People & Culture at Auto Trader UK06/25/2020
    28:42
  49. 57.
    “Having an eye opener to different cultural preferences is definitely something that’s helped me shape and grow as a leader”: Lynsey Symington - Talent Acquisition Lead, SEA & Emerging Markets at Experian06/23/2020
    29:04
  50. 58.
    “Any company that is not making itself attractive to the best and the brightest as an employer, they’re just shooting themselves in the foot”: Steve Kenzie - Executive Director at the UN Global Compact Network UK06/18/2020
    39:35
  51. 59.
    “People need to be included, but more than just to be included; people need to have power to make decisions”: Nimal Amitirigala - President - Grace Foods Canada, Inc. at GraceKennedy Ltd.06/16/2020
    34:10
  52. 60.
    “I think that there’s so much underprivileged talent that still gets wasted”: Dean Curtis - Group Managing Director, Risk & Business Analytics at RELX and President/CEO at ICIS06/11/2020
    42:28
  53. 61.
    "You can go out and empower an individual then you can learn from that individual and in return that empowers you": Neil Reavey - Associate Director, Research Assurance and Global I&D Council at AstraZeneca06/09/2020
    32:10
  54. 62.
    “If you allow yourself to not achieve because of someone else, you’ve allowed someone else to stand in your way”: Paul Parker - Ex-professional footballer for England and Manchester United, Pundit, Blogger, Corporate Trainer, Coach & Cross Channel Racing 06/04/2020
    53:29
  55. 63.
    “In C-level positions you need to become a lot better in the soft skills world”: Hugo de Sousa - Associate Partner/Head of Innovation and Ecosystems at Capita Consulting06/02/2020
    35:14
  56. 64.
    “Karma is a beautiful thing; if you treat everyone the same, it does come back to you”: Thomas Ennis - CEO at Thomas Ennis Group05/27/2020
    44:41
  57. 65.
    “There’s gold sitting in the minds and the behaviour of people that come from different backgrounds”: Niko Kavakiotis - Head of Building Performance & Sustainability at Siemens05/26/2020
    37:07
  58. 66.
    “We’re only as different or disabled or different as the way we treat each other and the environments we create”: David Grevemberg - Chief Executive Officer at the Commonwealth Games Federation05/21/2020
    47:59
  59. 67.
    “If you are somebody that is approachable and is seen to have that humanistic touch, then people are there to try and help you”: Mark Adams - CEO of Community Integrated Care 05/19/2020
    31:16
  60. 68.
    “Try to avoid speculation, stay connected with friends and take a break from the news”: Geoff McDonald - Co-Founder of Minds@Work and former Global Vice President HR at Unilever05/14/2020
    30:37
  61. 69.
    “The best way to succeed is getting out of work and keeping yourself sharp”: Andi Jarvis - Owner/Founder/Strategy Director at Eximo Marketing05/12/2020
    33:30
  62. 70.
    VE Day 75th Anniversary Special with a personal message from Major General General Celia Harvey OBE & 3 exceptional panelists from the British Army05/08/2020
    1:00:19
  63. 71.
    VE Day 75th Anniversary Special with the Royal Air Force "Find your right way to pick yourself up and carry on": Sally Bridgeland – Honorary Group Captain Royal Air Force (RAF) & Trustee, RAF Central Fund 05/08/2020
    34:29
  64. 72.
    VE Day 75th Anniversary Special with the Royal Navy "It doesn't matter who you are, where you come from, what matters is how good you are, the opportunities you're prepare to take, the Navy will back you up": Commador David Elford OBE ADC, Royal Navy05/08/2020
    35:32
  65. 73.
    “There is not a job that you can’t do, there is not a position that you can’t achieve”: Christopher Kenna - CEO & Founder at Brand Advance05/07/2020
    44:28
  66. 74.
    “Authentic leadership is just being true to yourself”: Don Iro - Managing Director at Allteks Ltd05/05/2020
    39:40
  67. 75.
    “You start to walk into your purpose a lot more when you push past imposter syndrome”: LaFawn Davis - Vice President of Diversity, Inclusion & Belonging at Indeed.com04/30/2020
    39:13
  68. 76.
    “If you are a leader at the moment and are making decisions on behalf of an organisation, just stop and make sure you listen to all voices”: Simon Fillery - Modern Employer Consultant at GSK04/28/2020
    29:47
  69. 77.
    “I think taking any opportunities that are offered to you is really important”: Kirsty Rogers - Executive Head of Manchester Office at DWF04/23/2020
    29:33
  70. 78.
    “I had the ability to establish myself completely separately from any kind of ideas that people may have around my sexuality”: Brannan Hancock - Technical Induction Manager at Alfa Financial Software04/21/2020
    30:01
  71. 79.
    “Diversity is being invited to a party, inclusion is being invited to dance and belonging is being able to change the music”: Yulia O'Mahony - Former Head of Diversity, Inclusion and Wellbeing at John Lewis Partnership04/16/2020
    36:36
  72. 80.
    “The approach I take is; question it, challenge it, change it”: Stacey Copeland - Professional speaker, athlete and Founder of Pave the Way04/14/2020
    45:31
  73. 81.
    "What they can do is develop a culture that defaults to doing the right thing and defaults to doing the right thing for the business": Ben Page - Chief Executive at Ipsos Mori04/09/2020
    52:32
  74. 82.
    “Inclusion becomes essential when you have diversity, because without inclusion, diversity is worth nothing”: Paul Cleal - Non-Executive Director at various FTSE 100/public sector companies 04/07/2020
    34:54
  75. 83.
    “If you’re practicing social distancing it doesn’t necessarily mean you have to have mental isolation. Now is the time more than ever to reach out.”: Ramcess Jean-Louis - Global Head of Diversity & Inclusion at Verizon Media04/02/2020
    25:47
  76. 84.
    “We only exist for a short period and we’ve got to be conscious of the maximum possible impact”: Jon Dutton - Chief Executive at Rugby League World Cup 202104/01/2020
    28:21
  77. 85.
    “Don’t give up and take every opportunity to learn, be curious and find your reason why”: Mark Parello - Managing Director & Chartered Wealth Manager at King Street Wealth Management03/24/2020
    32:22
  78. 86.
    “If we want to be inclusive, we need to make people feel included”: Mirko Senatore - Global Supply Chain Lead - European Distributor Markets at Pfizer03/17/2020
    42:16
  79. 87.
    “Don’t be afraid to be different, have the courage of your convictions”: Joanne Carlin - Human Resources Director at Fresenius Kabi UK03/10/2020
    29:39
  80. 88.
    “You can’t give up, you have a dream and you have to follow it through”: Dr. Nyla Raja - Founder and Medical Director of Medispa Cheshire03/03/2020
    26:07
  81. 89.
    “If you believe in something very passionately, do not give up on yourself”: Tasneem Bhopalwala - Global Diversity and Inclusion Specialist at Oxford University Press02/25/2020
    39:17
  82. 90.
    “Diversity is more about difference. Inclusion is being able to use all of the benefits that diversity can bring”: Michael Hickman - Positive Action Manager and Detective Constable at Surrey Police02/18/2020
    29:45
  83. 91.
    “You want to be told when you are younger that these dreams could come to fruition”: Clive Myrie, news journalist and presenter02/11/2020
    37:14
  84. 92.
    “Somebody who’s had a mental health challenge is probably a better human being”: Geoff McDonald - Co-Founder at Minds@Work and professional keynote speaker02/04/2020
    27:27
  85. 93.
    “There are quite a few corporates now that proactively say we want a diverse board”: Clare Urmston - Chief Financial Officer at Mamas & Papas01/28/2020
    21:45
  86. 94.
    “Listen to the body because the body is a very powerful teacher”: Joseph McGuire - Owner at Clearsight Communications01/21/2020
    33:38
  87. 95.
    “Absolutely never think that you have to give up, there is always another door”: Lianna Brinded - Head Of Yahoo Finance UK01/14/2020
    35:50
  88. 96.
    “It’s never too late to find your voice”: Madeleine Black - International speaker, TEDx Speaker, author and psychotherapist01/07/2020
    24:49
  89. 97.
    "Whatever job I’ve had, I’ve wanted to learn something more about something new”: Leann Hearne - Group CEO at First Ark12/17/2019
    33:44
  90. 98.
    "Actively seek out the broadest range of opinions and thoughts, no matter who they come from”: Alice Choi – Chief Operating Officer at McCann Health12/10/2019
    31:18
  91. 99.
    "If you’re going to communicate with anybody, make sure you have a good story to tell”: Ewan Pearson – Managing Director at Grant Pearson Brown Consulting Ltd12/03/2019
    37:01
  92. 100.
    "When someone bullies you, it’s because they see something in you that you haven’t seen in yourself”: Janice Lao – Group Director Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability at the Hongkong and Shanghai Hotels11/26/2019
    48:59
  93. 101.
    "I always build things up for others”: Frauke Behrens – Yoga Instructor11/19/2019
    35:02
  94. 102.
    "We are all human beings, we have to treat people equally and fairly": Dianne Greyson - Managing Partner at Synergised Solutions and Director at Equilibrium Mediation Consulting11/12/2019
    36:21
  95. 103.
    “It is about understanding other people and not just making those judgments”: Susan Robson - Principal Consultant at National Grid, Chair of Women in National Grid (WING), Financial Times & HERoes #1 Future Leader for Champions of Women in Business 201811/05/2019
    32:42
  96. 104.
    “If you have something to offer to the market that has value, then you already have validation”: Caroline Pugh - CEO/Founder at Oya Partners and Advisor to Chairman of Africa Rising10/29/2019
    35:03
  97. 105.
    “Weaknesses are what help us connect, perfect is not real”: Kris Macchiarola: President at KMACC Solutions, Author of No Approval Needed, Consultant at Versea Holdings Inc., Tribe Leader at S.H.E. Tampa10/22/2019
    29:34
  98. 106.
    “Everybody should be accepted for who they are”: Paul Sesay - Founder of Inclusive Top 50 UK Employers (Inclusive Companies), the National Diversity Awards and National Mentors10/15/2019
    33:40
  99. 107.
    Many of our diversities are invisible: Jennifer Brown - Founder, President & CEO at Jennifer Brown Consulting, award-winning entrepreneur, Diversity & Inclusion Speaker, Consultant & Author.10/08/2019
    46:03
  100. 108.
    Beware of your fears, they love to destroy your dreams: Chris Gray: Managing Director at Accenture09/30/2019
    38:39
  101. 109.
    “I always wanted to do something around saving the world”: Sara Neff - Senior Vice President, Sustainability at Kilroy Realty Corporation.09/20/2019
    25:21
  102. 110.
    “I don’t think you can dictate to somebody what a great leader is”: Alexandra Watson - Editor In Chief at SHINE UK Magazine, Founder of TRUE Leadership for Women, Keynote Speaker and Best-Selling Author09/16/2019
    20:15
  103. 111.
    I think it’s important to embrace the differentiators we all have: Catherine Berardi, Founder & CEO at Prime Chief of Staff09/10/2019
    36:16
  104. 112.
    "The mark of a good leader is how many leaders they develop": Jules Lund, Founder at TRIBE and former TV/radio presenter at Southern Cross Austereo.09/03/2019
    32:54
  105. 113.
    “It’s about having places to work where everyone is welcome”: Adriènne Kelbie: Chief Executive at Office for Nuclear Regulation (ONR)08/27/2019
    35:23
  106. 114.
    “We need to harness the goodness that people have around them”: Saheb Youssef Bakhsh: Sales | Marketing | Business Development Strategist08/23/2019
    31:34
  107. 115.
    "Never chase money and never chase titles, but always chase the opportunity": Matt Burns: BENTOHR Founder and Chief Innovation Officer08/22/2019
    31:07
  108. 116.
    "We don't often define success in the same way did pre-children...but that's ok!": Charlotte Speak, Strengths Coach and Talent Consultant 08/20/2019
    29:12
  109. 117.
    Be Disruptive, Be Different and Challenge the Market: Suzie Walker, Founder & Chief Fire Starter at THE PRIMAL PANTRY. 08/19/2019
    29:03
  110. 118.
    Consistently Widen Your Lens and Broaden Your Perspective: Tim Toterhi Chief Human Resources Officer Cenduit08/14/2019
    35:25
  111. 119.
    Be brave, be bold and be you: Teresa Boughey, Founder & CEO at Jungle HR and Jungle Diversity08/06/2019
    28:29
  112. 120.
    We should remember that it’s just one world, and we can only benefit from each other: Massimiliano Moneta, Managing Director at Vion Food Group07/30/2019
    34:03
  113. 121.
    “Your troubles today are not going to be the troubles of tomorrow”: Mamta Singhal - FMCG expert, Design Engineer and STEM/Diversity Public Speaker.07/24/2019
    25:28
  114. 122.
    Who you’re being matters just as much as what you do: Anni Townend; Leadership Consultant, Executive Coach and Author.07/16/2019
    34:55
  115. 123.
    Don't wait to feel confident to do something: Mark Metry, , Founder at VU Dream and Show Host at Humans 2.0 Podcast (Global Top 100 Podcast).07/09/2019
    32:44
  116. 124.
    People are universes that walk: Dennis Ossipov-Grodsky, CEO/Founder at agile5.co and ex-Head of Vayner Consulting and SVP Digital Strategy at VaynerMedia07/07/2019
    33:19
  117. 125.
    I think it's human nature for high performers to feel competitive... It's not worth it: Karin Hurt, CEO at Let's Grow Leaders07/06/2019
    34:38
  118. 126.
    When people feel as though they are included, that is far more powerful: Keith Antoine: Performance Coach at 3rd Leg Ltd07/04/2019
    37:00
  119. 127.
    Innovation really profits from different kinds of people coming together: Christoph Bauer, Innovation Evangelist at Societe Generale Corporate and Investment Banking07/02/2019
    33:48
  120. 128.
    Teaching diversity through passion: Graham Frost, Professional Speaker and Trainer06/25/2019
    35:41
  121. 129.
    Embrace your differences as strengths - Martin Pong, Management Consultant at Oliver Wyman06/18/2019
    25:51
  122. 130.
    Build your own personal brand through storytelling: Bobby Umar, President at Raeallan and CEO at DYPB06/11/2019
    32:55
  123. 131.
    Mental health is okay: Desiree Barnes, Founder and Managing Partner at BRKDN Strategies LLC06/04/2019
    44:29
  124. 132.
    We're getting very good at truth seeking in our generation: Lisa Targett, UK General Manager at TRIBE, member of the Drum’s #50Under30 and one of Diversity Journal's Women Worth Watching in 201805/28/2019
    29:50
  125. 133.
    Connected Leadership & Inclusion & Diversity - Leendert Den Hollander, Vice President & General Manager at Coca-Cola European Partners05/20/2019
    34:12
  126. 134.
    The Entrepreneurial Journey - John Stapleton, Non-Executive Director at the Grocery Accelerator 05/13/2019
    38:43
  127. 135.
    Finding your free spirit and entrepreneurial spirit: Hither Mann, CEO at Fortune Academy04/30/2019
    32:36
  128. 136.
    From cross-cultural experiences to overcoming racism and confirmational bias - Andrew Pearce, Managing Director at Accenture04/29/2019
    37:12
  129. 137.
    Being brave is being you & The importance of equal contributions and voices in a D&I context - Fiona McDonnell, European Director - Beer, Wines & Spirits at Amazon04/16/2019
    34:50
  130. 138.
    Leading with the heart & soul & advancing female leadership, Alexandra Watson - Editor In Chief at SHINE UK Magazine, Founder of TRUE Leadership for Women, Keynote Speaker, Best-Selling Author03/30/2019
    33:43
  131. 139.
    International commercial leadership and adapting to different work cultures - Davide Morro, VP Marketing of Nespresso03/11/2019
    24:27
  132. 140.
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