136 episódios

The Melting Pot is about a synergy of ideas and bringing REAL business knowledge to you. Join Dominic Monkhouse as he chats to and laughs with; best-selling authors, innovators, and top tech entrepreneurs. Exploring proven business strategies, outstanding cultures, and advice to keep you inspired. How do you really build great companies, powerful movements, and enduring brands?

The Melting Pot with Dominic Monkhous‪e‬ Dominic Monkhouse

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The Melting Pot is about a synergy of ideas and bringing REAL business knowledge to you. Join Dominic Monkhouse as he chats to and laughs with; best-selling authors, innovators, and top tech entrepreneurs. Exploring proven business strategies, outstanding cultures, and advice to keep you inspired. How do you really build great companies, powerful movements, and enduring brands?

    2020 Summit Special: Happiness is a serious business, with Nic Marks

    2020 Summit Special: Happiness is a serious business, with Nic Marks

    In this episode

    Happiness vs work?
    Feelings are data
    Friday Pulse
    Positive and negative emotions
    Success = happiness?

    • 27 min
    Moving House With PerchPeek, the AI powered Relocation Agent

    Moving House With PerchPeek, the AI powered Relocation Agent

    Ask anybody who’s ever travelled, or spent time abroad for work, these are usually the most memorable periods of your life. And now there’s a company that can facilitate these moves, temporary or permanent relocations - PerchPeek. Listen to Paul Bennett, co-founder and CEO of PerchPeek, to find out how you can relocate and work from anywhere in the world.

    Key Takeaways:

    The genesis of PerchPeek
    Pivoting the business
    Relocating via PerchPeek
    The issues of remote working
    Managing unlimited holiday

    • 40 min
    Learning How To Speak Publicly with Joel Weldon

    Learning How To Speak Publicly with Joel Weldon

    How is it possible that somebody who couldn’t lead a silent prayer, become a Hall of Fame speaker and a speech coach to Verne Harnish? In today’s episode, Joel Weldon shares his tips on public speaking, how he became Verne’s speaking coach, the power of ‘you’ and why you should end your speech on a CTA.

    Key takeaways:

    How Joel got into public speaking
    Speaking is a learned skill
    The ‘you’ factor
    How Joel tweaked Verne Harnish
    The importance of CTA
    Know your audience

    • 58 min
    Normalising Virtual & Hybrid Events with Mike Piddock

    Normalising Virtual & Hybrid Events with Mike Piddock

    If you’re looking for a virtual, hybrid & in-person meetings software that maximises audience engagement, retention & monetisation, then don’t miss this latest episode with Mike Piddock, founder & CEO of Glisser, the award winning audience engagement software.

    Key Takeaways:

    Glisser - a virtual & hybrid events platform
    The four Rs of event training
    The hybrid training scenario
    Mental health & remote working
    Difference between live event & content
    The premier league football analogy

    • 50 min
    2020 Summit Special Re-Empowering Teams, with Brendan Hall

    2020 Summit Special Re-Empowering Teams, with Brendan Hall

    In this edition of our revisits to the sun-soaked Summit last September, we have the brilliant Brendan Hall's discussion about team empowerment. Brendan uses his experience sailing in the Clipper Round The World Race to illustrate why the best teams have to grow past blame.

    We would all love the opportunity for a bit more adventure at the moment, so we're pleased to be able to bring you Brendan's leanings from his ten-month experience, we hope you enjoy the virtual adventure. All teams are struggling with challenging new circumstances at the moment - many in the UK are remote working with the possible addition of juggling homeschooling, so here is some fanatic advice on how to help your team pull together even if they can't be physically together on this adventure.

    • 24 min
    In Conversation With The Lean Startup Legend, Steve Blank

    In Conversation With The Lean Startup Legend, Steve Blank

    If you run a startup & you haven’t heard of Steve Blank, author of The Four Steps to the Epiphany, can you even call yourself an entrepreneur? Don’t miss this fascinating conversation, we talk about what the job of the CEO is, what customer development is, why innovation is so hard & why established businesses hit a plateau.

    Key Takeaways:

    The Lean Startup
    Eric Ries & Alex Osterwalder
    The difference between search and execution
    The personality of a founder
    The job of a CEO
    Executioners & innovators

    • 55 min

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