Podcasts

Interview with Alex Nelles

Interview with Alex Nelles

Former CTO of Kuoni Tumlare, Alex Nelles, is a Business Transformation and Digitalisation champion. In this podcast we discuss a number of areas, from exploring the question of whether the crisis has been a wakeup call for business leaders to examining if leaders truly understand the potential of a digital transformation which goes beyond automating and cost cutting through to detailing the key pillars of effective business transformation.
Interview with David Deacon

Interview with David Deacon

Chief Talent Officer & author of The Self Determined Manager, David Deacon has been a Human Resources professional for over thirty years, leading Talent and HR teams across the world. In this podcast we explore all things Inclusion and Culture. We cover a whole range of things from the unintended consequences of remote working to how the role of the manager has changed overnight right the way through to branded stress balls!
Interview with Anna Kopp

Interview with Anna Kopp

Anna is the IT Director for Microsoft in Germany. In this podcast we ask the question, Just how are we going to build an inclusive working culture in the new world? We explore the importance of training and upskilling in difficult economic times and talk about how we will need to re think our physical environments.
Interview with Brad Kogut

Interview with Brad Kogut

Brad Kogut is the Vice President of Global Corporate Talent Acquisition, and Diversity and Inclusion for WWE. In this Podcast we talked about how the COVID-19 crisis has changed everything for Talent Acquisition, what a future will look like when businesses can hire talent regardless of location, through to the Cultural implications of digitalisation moving forward at such a pace.
Interview with Nicky Clarke

Interview with Nicky Clarke

Nicky Clarke is the Chief of People at the Northern Care Alliance in Manchester. This Podcast covers how to retain the innovation and creativity that has come out of the COVID crisis, the need for organisations to focus on the long term effects of people working from home and lessons from the NHS on cross skilling the workforce.

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