9 episodes

Do you love travelling? Enhance the way you explore the world with NAVIGATE - a series of conversations with travel industry experts and experienced everyday adventurers.

Each episode, our guests share their unique travel insights, experiences and advice, empowering you to tackle any potential challenges with confidence.

Whether you're currently abroad or eagerly awaiting your next trip, join our World Travel Protection hosts as they explore how to travel the world in the best - and the safest - way possible.

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    • Places & Travel
    • 5.0 • 21 Ratings

Do you love travelling? Enhance the way you explore the world with NAVIGATE - a series of conversations with travel industry experts and experienced everyday adventurers.

Each episode, our guests share their unique travel insights, experiences and advice, empowering you to tackle any potential challenges with confidence.

Whether you're currently abroad or eagerly awaiting your next trip, join our World Travel Protection hosts as they explore how to travel the world in the best - and the safest - way possible.

    Reflecting on one year of COVID | North America Security Director Frank Harrison

    Reflecting on one year of COVID | North America Security Director Frank Harrison

    The World Health Organisation declared the outbreak of COVID 19 a pandemic in March 2020. One year on, we reflect on the massive changes people and businesses made so quickly. Living in both Portugal and Canada during the pandemic, Regional Security Director Frank Harrison shares his different experiences in the two countries. He also talks about organisations using this year milestone to reflect on their unique experiences and lessons learned to be prepared for the next year of managing the pandemic.

    • 11 min
    How COVID-19 changed international travel | Global Security Director Rodger Cook

    How COVID-19 changed international travel | Global Security Director Rodger Cook

    The COVID-19 pandemic has been a global disrupter in every sense of the word. Today we dive into how it's changed travel and what international travel might look like as borders start to reopen. Global Security Director Rodger Cook discusses how the policing of COVID restrictions in certain countries has impacted global security, the impact local laws have had on human rights and marginalised groups, and - of course - how this will impact you, the traveller.

    • 22 min
    Managing international development programs throughout the pandemic | Global Consultant Amy Gildea

    Managing international development programs throughout the pandemic | Global Consultant Amy Gildea

    Amy Gildea, managing director of Tetra Tech International Development for the Asia-Pacific Region, joins us on this episode to discuss how they adjusted their programs and efforts during COVID-19 to support economic recovery and security. Their programs vary from education and investments to servicing court responses of domestic and family violence. Listen to hear her thoughts on what to expect moving forward with funding, programs, international re-deployment, and vaccine equity.

    • 24 min
    Managing your wellbeing and stress responses | Psychotherapist Charlotte Copeland - Part 2

    Managing your wellbeing and stress responses | Psychotherapist Charlotte Copeland - Part 2

    Have you found yourself losing patience or being overwhelmed with situations that normally don't bother you? Has the pandemic brought up feelings of anxiety, isolation, or exhaustion?

    In this episode, we're joined again by integrative psychotherapist and advanced craniosacral therapist Charlotte Copeland around the raised importance of and awareness towards mental health as we continue to manage the impact of COVID-19 on our lives.

    From the psychological impacts of business trips when travel resumes to tips on how to be more aware of stressors and your responses, listen in for Dr Copeland's insight on managing and supporting your mental health.

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    Want to know more about travel security and risk assistance? Visit https://worldtravelprotection.com today.

    CREDITS

    Host: Ben Cooper, World Travel Protection's Head of Business Development - EMEA
    Guest: Charlotte Copeland, integrative psychotherapist, advanced craniosacral therapist, and Managing Director of SafeHaven CISM and SafeHaven Trauma Centre

    • 19 min
    Understanding how your body responds to stress | Psychotherapist Charlotte Copeland - Part 1

    Understanding how your body responds to stress | Psychotherapist Charlotte Copeland - Part 1

    Has the global coronavirus pandemic affected our mental health? Has it changed our ability to deal with everyday stressors? And what physical and emotional signals indicate our stress levels have increased?

    In this episode, integrative psychotherapist and advanced craniosacral therapist Charlotte Copeland reveals how living in uncertain times can affect how our minds respond to daily stressors.

    From understanding the difference between positive stressors and negative stressors to learning how to spot the signs of stress in yourself and loved ones, listen in for expert tips and wellbeing advice on how to navigate mental health during stressful times.

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    Want to know more about travel security and risk assistance? Visit https://worldtravelprotection.com today.


    CREDITS

    Host: Ben Cooper, World Travel Protection's Head of Business Development - EMEA
    Guest: Charlotte Copeland, integrative psychotherapist, advanced craniosacral therapist, and Managing Director of SafeHaven CISM and SafeHaven Trauma Centre

    • 25 min
    How do journalists stay safe while chasing a story? | Media Safety Specialist Colin Pereira

    How do journalists stay safe while chasing a story? | Media Safety Specialist Colin Pereira

    When a disaster strikes, most people run as far away from the "danger zone" as possible. Journalists, however, do the opposite. They run towards the disaster, led by fearless determination and the hope of capturing an exclusive story.

    So, how do journalists stay safe while chasing a story that exposes them to danger? How do reporters know how to spot a potential risk before it poses a real threat?

    Join former news producer and Director of HP Risk Management, Colin Pereira, as he shares the role media safety specialists play in exercising the due diligence that helps keep journalists safe while they're on the job.

    Because it doesn't matter if you're a journalist reporting from an international warzone or a domestic hospital ward, assessing risks and challenges is all part of chasing a good story...


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    Want to know more about travel security and risk assistance? Visit https://worldtravelprotection.com today.


    CREDITS

    Host: Ben Cooper, World Travel Protection's Head of Business Development - EMEA

    Guest: Colin Pereira, Director of HP Risk Management

    • 24 min

Customer Reviews

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21 Ratings

21 Ratings

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Outstanding podcast

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