Tim Bradshaw on The Leadership Hacker Podcast

Tim Bradshaw, author of Because I Can: The robust guide to being effective, speaks with Steve Rush on The Leadership Hacker Podcast.

‎The Leadership Hacker Podcast on Apple Podcasts

This is the Leading Podcast for Leadership Globally. You’ll listen to top authors, C-suite executives and leadership coaches and unlock tips, ideas, insights and top leadership hacks. Your way to tap into some of the best and most experienced leaders and business coaches in the world.

Adrian Pyne featured on the APM website

‘Agility can be a model for the right practice as it is adaptive to the project and its landscape.’

Adrian Pyne, author of Agile Beyond IT, is featured on the APM website talking about the five most expensive project agility mistakes.

The five most expensive project agility mistakes

I really shouldn’t complain. After all, I have often made a good living from rectifying big project mistakes. But when Brian Wernham and I started our agile project management roadshows in the noughties we did so in part from deep rage.

Helen Beedham on the Thrive Global website

‘Businesses need to create a different experience of work, which will drive better outcomes for their bottom line and for their employees. They need to look afresh at every aspect of their organisation and aim to ‘fix the system’, instead of trying to fix the individual. This means changing the way they structure their organizations, take decisions, collaborate, manage work, lead teams and attend to interpersonal relationships.’

Helen Beedham, author of The Future of Time, is featured on the Thrive Global website speaking with Karen Mangia about reworking work.

Helen Beedham On How We Need To Adjust To The Future Of Work

Businesses need to create a different experience of work, which will drive better outcomes for their bottom line and for their employees. They need to look afresh at every aspect of their organisation and aim to ‘fix the system’, instead of trying to fix the individual.

Felicity Cowie on Startup Nation

Felicity Cowie, author of Exposure, is featured on Startup Nation talking about why your start up needs media coverage.

8 Reasons Why Your Startup Needs Media Coverage

The following is an excerpt from “Exposure: Insider Secrets to Make Your Business a Go-To Authority for Journalists” by Felicity Cowie. Copyright 2022 by Practical Inspiration Publishing. In the foreword to “Exposure: Insider Secrets to Make Your Business a Go-To Authority for Journalists ” by Felicity Cowie, the leading venture capital investor in tech companies, Eileen Burbidge MBE, illuminates the relationship between investment and media relations.

Eloise Skinner in The Sunday Times

Eloise Skinner, author of The Purpose Handbook, is featured in The Sunday Times talking about entrepreneurship, monasticism and changing careers.

I was a corporate lawyer by day, training as a monk by night

You are meant to turn your phone off when attending a silent retreat at the Archbishop of Canterbury’s residence, Lambeth Palace, as part of training in monastic life. But you are never meant to turn your phone off as a corporate tax lawyer at an American legal giant – a client could need you at any time.

Lucy Harrison in The Chemical Engineer

‘The ability to collaborate, engage, influence, think strategically, empower and communicate is crucial to every leaders’ success.’

Lucy Harrison, author of Soft Skills for Tough Jobs, is featured in The Chemical Engineer speaking about the seven most important human, leadership or soft skills to increase your chances of doing well in leadership positions.

Seven Soft Skills to Help with Tough Engineering Jobs

How to increase your chances of doing well in leadership positions HAVE you ever come across a problem you couldn’t solve? Most engineers I know love to solve problems. There is a great satisfaction in coming up with the perfect solution, process or result, no matter how tough the environment.

Deb Mashek, PhD in MIT Sloan Management Review

‘What is surprising… is how little professional development people reported receiving on how to build healthy and productive collaborative relationships at work.’ 

Deb Mashek, PhD, author of Collabor(h)ate (forthcoming) is featured in MIT Sloan Management Review speaking about collaboration and how most organisations fall short when it comes to helping workers build their relationship skills.

Collaboration Is a Key Skill. So Why Aren’t We Teaching It?

New research finds that despite the importance of collaboration, most organizations fall short when it comes to helping workers build their relationship skills. Americans spend more time on work than on all other waking activities combined . Many of these working hours are spent collaborating with colleagues. We think together in meetings.

Felicity Cowie on the The Unnoticed Entrepreneur Show

Felicity Cowie, author of Exposure, speaks with Jim James on the The Unnoticed Entrepreneur Show about understanding media relations better and how it can help you get Exposure.

Understanding media relations better, and how it can help you get Exposure and #getnoticed, with Felicity Cowie | UnNoticed Entrepreneur – public relations for business owners.

Hello, and welcome to this episode of The UnNoticed Entrepreneur. Today, we’re going to talk about Media Relations with a former Panorama and BBC journalist, Felicity Cowie, who’s got a new book called “Exposure.” Felicity, welcome to the show. Felicity Cowie: Hi, Jim. Thanks very much for having me on the show.

Book review: Soft Skills for Tough Jobs

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‘… it’s well worth anyone reading this book to improve quality and effectiveness of their work and non-work-related conversations’

Lucy Harrison‘s Soft Skills for Tough Jobs is a featured book review in theHRDIRECTOR

Soft Skills for Tough Jobs: Building teams that work, one conversation at a time – theHRDIRECTOR

This is a great book. It’s clear, engagingly written and especially enjoyable but it’s also full of practical tips and frameworks for building teams that work. The authors, in their own words, says is about ‘Building teams that work, one conversation at a time’

Book review: Leading Through Uncertainty

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‘Jennison’s style is gentle, compassionate but assertive and her book is a brilliant mix of story-telling, anecdote and critical perspectives’

Jude Jennison‘s Leading Through Uncertainty  is a featured book review in theHRDIRECTOR

Leading through Uncertainty – Making disruptive change work for humans – theHRDIRECTOR

In our post-pandemic world, we’re continuing to face unprecedented uncertainty and disruption. The challenge for leaders continues – in the face of even more unrelenting change, their teams are looking to them to keep providing certainty amid the chaos. Having the skills to lead through change without suffering burnout, seeing staff turnover increase or levels of engagement plummet is a must-have.