Dr Tammy Watchorn on the Project Chatter Podcast

Dr Tammy Watchorn, author of The Change Ninja Handbookspeaks on the Project Chatter podcast.

The Project Chatter Podcast

Welcome to Project Chatter, the podcast where project professionals, specialists and experts from various sectors talk about the latest trends in project management and PMO. Listen to Val and Dale as they talk about tried and tested best practices and share their unfiltered thoughts about the industry.

Dr Tammy Watchorn on The Sunday Lunch Project Manager podcast

Dr Tammy Watchorn, author of The Change Ninja Handbookspeaks with Nigel Creaser on the The Sunday Lunch Project Manager podcast.

meets Dr Tammy Watchorn, The Change Ninja (Part 1)

Listen to this episode from The Sunday Lunch Project Manager on Spotify. In this episode I meet Dr Tammy Watchorn, The Change Ninja Tammy is just about to release her book The Change Ninja Handbook An Interactive Adventure for Leading Change, she has a background in project and programme management, organisational change and innovation alongside many years of mentoring, designing and facilitating workshops, events and training using face-to-face and virtual solutions.

Adrian Pyne on The Project Chatter podcast

Adrian Pyne, author of Agile Beyond IT, is featured on the The Project Chatter podcast with Dale Foong to discuss Agile Beyond IT

S6E128: Creating Value from Adapting Agility to Project Management with Adrian Pyne – Project Chatter Podcast

In this week’s pod, we welcomed Adrian Pyne to discuss what project agility really looks like.Adrian is above all a project professional. He has led or rescued Transformation programmes widely from Telcos to eCommerce, Finance. Mining, Aviation, and the public sector. He has designed, built and operated P3 (project, programme and portfolio management) capability, PMOs, […]

Tim Bradshaw on The Coaching Inn Podcast

Tim Bradshaw, author of Because I Can: The robust guide to being effective, speaks with Claire Pedrick MCC on The Coaching Inn podcast.

In Conversation with Tim Bradshaw – Because I Can

Today Claire Pedrick MCC is in conversation with Tim Bradshaw about his new book Because I Can. The book contains hints and tips for people wanting to achieve their goal. We cover expeditions, courage and more. Tim’s Book is Because I Can. We also talk abo…

Adrian Pyne on The Hub by Appfire

‘…it’s a part of the culture of agility that you kind of have to trust people, you have to make sure that you can form a great professional team, that you give them very clear instruction about what they have to do, what they have to deliver, and give them the shape and policy of how they’re going to do that.’ 

Adrian Pyne, author of Agile Beyond IT, talks with Kerry Gorgon on the The Hub, by Appfire about the 5 most expensive agile mistakes.

What are the 5 most expensive agile mistakes?

“What are the 5 most expensive agile mistakes?” Find out in this episode of Appfire Presents: The Best Project Portfolio Management Show by Appfire. Adrian Pyne explains the most dangerous (and costly) assumptions project management pros and organizations make about project agility.

Brian Cavanagh on the Carmichael Centre Podcast

Brian Cavanagh, author of Governing With Purpose, speaks with Carmichael CEO, Diarmaid Ó Corrbuí on The Carmichael Centre Podcast.

Carmichael

In our latest podcast episode, Carmichael CEO, Diarmaid Ó Corrbuí, interviews Brian Cavanagh, a business coach and governance specialist, who will have his book “Governing with Purpose” published in September.

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.

Tim Bradshaw on The Leadership Hacker podcast

The Leadership Hacker

Tim Bradshaw, author of Because I Can, is interviewed by Steve Rush on The Leadership Hacker Podcast, talking about leadership and resilience.

Because I Can with Timothy Bradshaw

Timothy Bradshaw is former British Army Intelligence Officer and graduate of the Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst. His work as a Covert Human Intelligence Officer and Target Acquisition Patrol Soldier saw him recruit and run foreign agents worldwide and influence the outcome of extremely sensitive and dangerous situations.

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.

Hype Yourself is this month’s Making Good read

Making Good Book Club

Lucy Werner‘s Hype Yourself is featured in the Making Good Book Club, have a listen!

113: Hype Yourself by Lucy Werner (Making Good Book Club #5) – Making Good: Small Business Podcast

Join me and my book club co-host, Charelle Griffith , for the 5th edition of Making Good Book Club! Today we’re diving into a conversation about ‘Hype Yourself’ by Lucy Werner. Consider this book your instruction manual on how to do PR for your small business.