Elevating wellbeing as a strategic concern
Episode 37: Looking Forward to the Roaring 20s with L'Oréal's Ronny Kelders
In a continuation of the "Thriving Business" theme we talk to Global Head of Learning & Development at L'Oréal BeautyTech Ronny Kelders. Starting with his own journey in L&D that has traversed Nike, Heineken and Uber we look forward with optimism to the new 'roaring 20s' - fuelled by science and technology, trust, and of course, wellbeing.
Episode 36: Stronger People, Stronger Society with Arla's Claus Flensborg
We make a return for 2021 and a new theme of "Thriving Business." First up is Claus Flensborg, Global L&D Director at Arla Foods. may have had a sectoral advantage during the pandemic but have navigated problems around the supply chain to post a record year and build a stronger workforce, taking advantage of the new reality to move towards a new strategy that combines employee wellbeing and Corporate Social Responsibility.
Episode 35: Building Authentic Communities with Standing on Giants Co-Founder Robbie Hearn
We finish the year with our final reflections on community with Standing on Giants co-Founder Robbie Hearn. Discussing cases from Airbnb to giffgaff we consider how community engagement can strengthen the business in times of adversity, helping organisations embrace vulnerability and better align with their core values. See you in 2021!
Episode 34: Where the Business Case meets the Moral Case with O2's Will Kirkpatrick
In episode 34 we talk to the Head of Sustainability Operations at O2 Will Kirkpatrick on how a view of community might add value to a business. From considering the corporate case for O2 and specifically how digital and mobile help connect people, to small business and their place in the local community, we examine the space where the business case meets the moral case.
Episode 33: Mobilising Change with The Wellbeing Project's COO Elissa Goldenberg
Kicking off our Q4 focus on community we talk to Elissa Goldenberg, COO at The Wellbeing Project and Founder of EG Coaching & Consulting. We discuss the work of The Wellbeing Project and how they support social entrepreneurs to understand the importance of individual wellbeing and how, through giving and receiving from their community, may help mobilise the change the world needs. The video introduction for this episode can be viewed here: https://youtu.be/KKDjFN-QLDM
Episode 32: Leading Through Crisis with Hilton's Stephen Cassidy
In the third and final episode of our Travel theme for Q3 we talk to Senior Vice President and Managing Director of Hilton UK & Ireland Stephen Cassidy. Framed around his leadership response in one of the travel sector's most badly hit industries we find messages of hope in stories regarding care for NHS workers and the positive legacy that may remain post-pandemic regarding a new way of working.
Personable and entertaining
Good stories and great cases. Shifting our view of wellbeing in business into the future.
Always a great listen. Informative and inspiring. Interesting guests on every episode.
Always at the forefront of change. Nice and insightful. Looking forward to the ones to come