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Over the years, podcasts have become an increasingly popular medium for information transfer. They are convenient, timely, with suitable length for commuting, and usually free. They can help you fetch the latest news from all business disciplines, with accounting, economics and finance being some of them. Also, thanks to podcasts, you can keep yourself updated with the latest financial news, stock market prices and much more, on your way to work or at home. If you have the money, but you feel uncertain about what to invest in, you can find many highly rated podcasts where experts share a myriad of investment ideas. In addition, you can listen to experts, invited to guide future entrepreneurs about how to recognize investment opportunities, patent an idea, and on some occasions you can get in touch with them and pose your own questions, should you have one. If you are eager to learn, you can find many business courses, hosted by entrepreneurs, aimed at helping people become effective managers and leaders and realise their truest potential.
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As the world constantly changes, then today is a simple as it gets! It’s your leadership capabilities that will make the difference for your business, your people and your success. Each week Adam Pacifico, leadership expert, author, opinion columnist and barrister will be joined by global experts, academics, rising stars, ambitious upstarts and disruptors across sectors, disciplines and geographies as we push, prod and provoke 'The Leadership Enigma.' Whether you are an entrepreneur, busines ...
 
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Dr Tremaine Du Preez is a decision scientist, consultant and global educator. Tremaine explains her passion for bringing the largely separate themes of decision making and ethics together so that she can help leaders and their organisations understand what an ethical decision is. She tells me how relying on an organisations North Star and values wi…
 
Allyson Stewart-Allen is an advisor to more than 200 global businesses, author, broadcaster, global educator and non-executive director. Allyson is a regular panel member on the BBC's The Apprentice and in this episode we talk about what it means to be a corporate diplomat and how getting it wrong can be catastrophic. Join me as Allyson shares some…
 
Michelle Seiler Tucker is known as 'The Closer' having bought, sold and fixed over 1,000 businesses. This episode is packed full of insights and tips based on her experience. Why do entrepreneurs fail to sell their businesses and others secure huge exits? What mindsets limit founders? How do you balance the good and the bad times? What can you do t…
 
How do you start off working in the post room of Saatchi & Saatchi at 16 years old and then end up selling your business to them years later? The Flame of the Entrepreneur burns brightly in Lloyd Salmons, Co-Founder of PepTalk and serial investor and entrepreneur. We chat about failure, rolling with the punches, the need for constant communication …
 
Tracey Groves is the founder of Intelligent Ethics with a passion for working with leaders to hard wire purpose into everything they know, do and believe using ESG (environmental, social and governance issues) as a powerful force for the delivery of sustainable and responsible business. Tracey outlines the 10 essential ingredients of Dignity and ex…
 
Chris Clark is Global Head, RoZi Mission at UCB pharma. Chris travelled to Rwanda and experienced a moment when all his knowledge, talent, wisdom, language skills and leadership capabilities meant absolutely nothing. From the fog of panic, during an incident beyond his control, Chris realised that his mere presence had value. A lesson he took back …
 
Join Neil Mullarkey, an improvisation pioneer who started the Comedy Store Players with Mike Myers and Adam Kingl, author, global speaker and former theatre director as we joyously chat about how improvisation can help our leadership capabilities blossom. Improvisation is a technology with a set of processes, habits, behaviours, paradigms and ways …
 
The Transformational Leader: Nick Jankel, global speaker, futurist, author and TV host explains how markets are getting smarter and faster than most companies so we have to adapt or die. In this knowledge busting episode, Nick will talk through the Triple Threat, the concept of 'continuous Beta' and the harmony of outside-in and inside-out as we st…
 
I talk to Svitlana Bielushkina, Head of Talent at Deutsche Telekom. In an organisation that spans 50 countries with a workforce of 230,000 people, talent is everything. Svitlana explains to me her incredibly diverse cultural background and how she gets joy from being talent centric and helping people explore the 4A's: Achievement, Attitude, Ability…
 
I chat to the wonderful Alexandra Altinger, CEO (UK, Europe and Asia) JO Hambro Capital Management. Success leaves clues and Alexandra shares with me her experiences from childhood to her leading a business through a global pandemic and how with the right mindset and people focus, you can overcome anything and be anything you desire. Don't miss thi…
 
Bullyproof: I chat to Marilise de Villiers a mindset and performance coach who endured a toxic workplace bully before she found her ROAR, which is also the title of her book. We explore issues such as the Toxic Trio, the superpowers required for mitigating such an experience and how leaders must work to create and protect a culture of inclusivity a…
 
The Inclusive Leader: I chat to the wonderful Cheryl Stokes, Partner at Heidrick & Struggles. We talk about the importance of creating a sense of belonging for all in order to unblock performance. How to unfreeze inclusion and the 5 components of the inclusive leader. Cheryl has lived and led on the basis that people are at the heart of all that we…
 
I talk to Marc Kahn, Global Head of People and Organisation and Executive for Sustainability at Investec. Why are we so fascinated with the search for talent and individual brilliance? What are we missing? Marc gives a candid account of his experiences that have led him to understand the vital nature of creating the right context for creating great…
 
Welcome to 2021. I am joined by Guy Bloom, executive coach, author and 4 x Martial Arts Hall of Fame. Guy, through grit and determination has acquired a lifetime of skills and capabilities in order to 'keep moving forward.' In this episode he shares the essence of his book 'Living Brave Leadership' and the four primary components of Trust, Accounta…
 
In the final episode for 2020 I chat to Justin Ferrell, former journalist with the Washington Post and now global educator in relation to the power and impact of Design Thinking to enhance transformational organisational change during disruption. A great takeaway in this episode is for leaders to 'lead for the behaviours not the outcome.'…
 
The Leadership Enigma meets Small Things Make a Big Difference. I chat to Spencer Holt, Head of Commercial Learning Centre, AstraZeneca as we chat through some of the greatest learning moments we have had collectively whilst intervieiwieng over 50 amazing guests. The highs, the challenges and the personal loss that has inspired us to supercharge ou…
 
We are immersed in 'deep disruption' each and every day. How do we thrive? Join me in conversation with Graeme Codrington, Futurist, Scenario Planner, Author and Global Educator. Now is not the time to think about how we get back to our pre Covid planning, now is the time to embrace the need for change and become a leader with an 'Adaptive DNA' run…
 
'The Power & Science of Breathonics' recorded in front of a live audience with my special guest Tom Middleton. As part of this episode you will experience a five minute Powering Up session led by Tom who has transitioned from playing to millions of people all over the world to now focusing his attention on harnessing sound and breathing for sleep, …
 
The Leader's Secret Code: At last, I chat to my co-authors Mark Ridley and Ian Mills as we discuss the research, the findings and the fun we had in discovering the difference that makes the difference in top leaders. The book had a simple yet powerful premise. As you believe, so you will behave and as you behave so you will perform.…
 
Creative Entrepreneurship: There is a time to say yes to everything in order to explore and usher in the unexpected and also a time to say yes to only one thing. Join me as I talk to Paul Pacifico, CEO of the Association of Independent Music about 'Creative Entrepreneurship' and its three core principles of (1) Vision (2) Identify (3) Community…
 
In a world that is increasingly polarised, a culture of inclusivity is essential. This episode focuses on the 7 Myths of Racial Equity with Dr Randal Pinkett and Steve Mahaley. Leadership comes from all levels of an organisation and individually we must move from 'bystander to upstander'.Adam Pacifico
 
Persuasion in a fake news generation: I chat to Professor James Welsh, former criminal barrister, legal educator and persuasion specialist. We travel from courtroom to boardroom as we analyse how leaders manage cognitive dissonance and congruence in the battle between values and actions. In a world of fast, immediate and dubious data, how do we cop…
 
Was Covid-19 the decision maker for your digital transformation? How do you bridge the gap between your business and technology? Join me as I talk to Lee Bryant, Digital Transformation Practitioner as we explore the journey for leaders in a technologically advanced operating environment. Leaders must become organisational architects and ensure all …
 
Difficult conversations are not easy, but are essential for any leader. Have you realised you are actually navigating three conversations in one? How do you deal with your own inner dialogue? How can you close the gap between what you are thinking and what you are saying? I chat to leadership expert and consultant Julie Okada from Triad Consulting …
 
In this week's episode, 'The Human Edge' I talk to Greg Orme, global educator and author of the book 'The Human Edge' which won the Business Book of the Year Award in 2020. We delve into the four superpowers of Curiosity, Creativity, Consciousness and Collaboration that can help us differentiate ourselves in an era of great technical change and aut…
 
Superpowers and Purpose! Today I chat to great friend, colleague and Head of the Commercial Innovation Learning Centre for Astra Zeneca. In a world of constant change, our technical skills are outweighed by the need for our superpowers of imagination, curiosity, resilience and collaboration combined with a strong sense of purpose to guide us and ot…
 
Get Out Of The Way! How many entrepreneurs, founders and leaders know how to succession plan? What will be your legacy and why do so many founders hyperventilate when outside funders suddenly replace them with an external CEO? I chat to Beth Miller, author and Talent Management Advisor as regards how leaders must see and navigate the blockers of su…
 
Purpose Based Leadership is all about leaders operating at low ego to empower those around them including the communities within which they operate and serve. I talk to Paul Evans, CEO of the wonderful Leadership Through Sport & Business (LTSB). Paul and his team help young adults imagine and secure futures that they ordinarily would never dream of…
 
How do you make decisions that have inclusivity as a central ingredient? How do you avoid bias, lack of process, disinformation and false assumptions? Join me as I talk to Tremaine Du Preez, founder and author of Decide and host of the YouTube TV channel ‘Decide’. I unfairly ask Tremaine to try and distil the key points from her recent 180-page PhD…
 
How do you bridge the gap between knowing and doing? What does it take to allow you to lead self before you can lead others? Today I chat to Justin Cohen, global speaker, Host of CNBC Africa TV and authority on human potential. Together we explore the journey towards making habit stick; traversing the pain and pleasure ‘self-talk’ and managing our …
 
How does someone with terminal brain cancer get through a full ironman? I am joined by global keynote speaker, author and inspiration Richard Wright. Richard talks very candidly and personally about his life, his battle with terminal brain cancer and his ability to control the controllable in his race and fight for a full life as the ultimate ‘radi…
 
This episode is a wonderful follow on from my chat with Radhika Gupta as I now talk to former Captain Raghu Raman who spent 12 years as an officer in the Indian Armed Forces, 16 years in corporate life with 4 CEO roles and 5 years as a beaurocrat with the Indian Government. Raghu works with global leaders on many subjects and today we talk about co…
 
I talk to Radhika Gupta, CEO of Edelweiss Asset Management in India. Daughter of a diplomat who has lived in 6 countries over 4 continents, yet her life changed the moment she told the story during a workshop of how she has always been ‘the girl with the broken neck.’ From that moment Radhika understood the power of storytelling to connect people a…
 
Can one person see the bigger picture and be a catalyst for change? I chat to Nazir Afzal OBE, former Chief Crown Prosecutor of the Crown Prosecution Service and former CEO of Police & Crime Commissioners. Nazir has led the prosecution of some of the most high-profile cases in the UK including a number of honour killing and forced marriage cases, t…
 
Talent is the lifeblood of any organisation. How we attract and engage Generation Y (those born between 1982-2004) may be the differentiator. They are likely to make up 75% of the global workforce by 2025, so this is serious! I talk to Adam Kingl, global educator and author of the book “Next Generation Leadership” about how leaders can spot the sig…
 
Dr Katie Best joins today’s episode with her analysis of how a leader can ensure that they align three critical ingredients for success. Those are the expectations of self, of your team and your organisation. Misalign at your peril. We find out that it is critical to go through a robust process of analysis and reflection even if you are rising thro…
 
This episode dovetails nicely with ‘Multiply Your Leadership’ as I talk to Keith Douglas, Executive Vice President at Mastercard about his three-point routemap to assessing the impact of his leadership. Keith eloquently outlines and breakdowns the three stages: 1. Finding and knowing your edge 2. Using your edge to set your guiding principles 3. Us…
 
How much is enough? Enough of what I hear you ask. Empathy. Empathy can both support and undermine your leadership efforts. How much empathy should you give? How much do you need to receive? Does context matter? So many questions! In this episode I chat to the wonderful Tracey Groves, CEO of Intelligent Ethics, former Partner at PWC and recipient o…
 
With billions spent on leadership development annually, does it make a difference? Do we really understand how adults learn? Do we still rely on experts downloading their wisdom out of context in fancy hotels in the hope that some kind of value or impact will be realised back in the organisation? I chat to Nick Holley, Director of CRF Learning, glo…
 
In a constantly changing world, today is as simple as it gets! You’re listening to ‘The Leadership Enigma’. A Podcast to explore, experiment and power up your leadership to make the difference to your business, your people and your success. Whether you are an entrepreneur, business owner or corporate executive, each week we dig deep into global exp…
 
The tiger by the tail episode! How has the global pandemic catapulted digital transformation forward by 4-5 years? What are the challenges, opportunities and dilemmas facing leaders and their organisations? Hold on to your hats for this one as I am joined by Danny Goh, CEO of Nexus Frontier Tech and also Mark Esposito and Terence Tse, also from Nex…
 
"Am I enough?" A question frequently asked by leaders of their ability to lead people and organisations. You may have no direct reports and consider yourself an individual contributor or you may be the CEO of a multi-national; this is still relevant to you. How does a single leader galvanise, inspire, challenge, communicate, empower and lead others…
 
The rise of the geek. However, this geek is John Amaechi, 6’9” on a bad day, psychologist, best-selling author, former NBA player, CEO of Amaechi Performance Solutions and Everyday Jedi. John is a straight-talking pragmatist with a human centred approach to life, work and leadership. In this episode John outlines how leaders will have to navigate o…
 
Welcome to the world of undercover policing and hostage negotiation. Kevin O’Leary joins me in this very first episode of The Leadership Enigma. Kevin spent 30 years as a Metropolitan Police Detective, 8 years as the Head of Covert Policing Unit and was part of the command team for the London Olympics. Oh, by the way, he is also the advisor and ref…
 
As a business owner, you need to communicate with a level of authority. In this episode, Mick will explain what it means to have executive presence and share why it is so critical to leading and executing effectively. You will learn its role in the leadership of your business and whether it is a natural or learned skill. You can find show notes and…
 
One of the key wealth-building attributes is having a predictable client acquisition system. In this episode, Mick will discuss the importance of a predictable sales strategy that is massively effective over time. By observing the challenges faced by owners and salespeople, we are able to pinpoint some main issues and how to create the best solutio…
 
Sales is a mix of two main mentalities or types: hunters and farmers. In this episode, you'll learn the main qualities and characteristics of these two and how to get the most out of each. Mick is flying solo this week, and with 30 years of sales experience, he has plenty of perspective and industry insight to help you manage your salespeople more …
 
For this final episode in the Investor Ready Scorecard series, Andre and Mick talk about the importance of developing a winning formula for your business. They discuss what this means for your business in each stage, as well as how to target the right kind of customers in order to create sustainable success. You can find show notes and more informa…
 
So much time gets wasted within businesses when processes and procedures are not documented properly. In this episode, Andre and Mick share how implementing standard procedures is key to saving time, money and the sanity of your business. This attribute is one of the most important ways to not only get things running smoothly, but also get things r…
 
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