3 episodes

Come with an inquisitive mind and join author and psychologist Fiona Murden in her first series of the Dot to Dot podcast.

In the first series, Behind the Person, Fiona interviews experts, innovators, leaders and personalities from diverse backgrounds, sharing their lives, learnings, solutions and what makes them tick. Learn about their journeys through life, how they've navigated the highs and lows to reach the personal and professional positions they have.

Dot to Dot Behind the Person Fiona Murden

    • Personal Journals
    • 4.8, 12 Ratings

Come with an inquisitive mind and join author and psychologist Fiona Murden in her first series of the Dot to Dot podcast.

In the first series, Behind the Person, Fiona interviews experts, innovators, leaders and personalities from diverse backgrounds, sharing their lives, learnings, solutions and what makes them tick. Learn about their journeys through life, how they've navigated the highs and lows to reach the personal and professional positions they have.

    Kenny Wilson

    Kenny Wilson

    Some of the topics we explore this week - How a school boy en route to becoming a professional footballer ended up as CEO of Dr Marten’s, why a belief that ‘the harder you work the luckier you get’ can only get you so far, how important it is to love what you do and why no matter how senior or successful you are you still learn from other people.

    Kenny Wilson who describes himself as ‘a 52 year old Scottish bloke’ has been Chief Executive at the iconic brand Dr Martens for the past 2 years having previously spent 6 years as the Chief Executive of Cath Kidston. When I heard that Kenny was moving to Dr Martens it felt like a natural fit. The brand is about rebellious self-expression, independent thinkers and people who stand up for what they believe in – all things that reflect the depth and character of Kenny as person and a leader.

    • 38 min
    Andrea Thompson

    Andrea Thompson

    Some of the topics we explore this week - How investigative journalism provides marginalised women with a voice, why the Weinstein scandal happened when it did, and how social media has galvanised communities to create positive change.

    Andrea started her career in her 20s as a fearless undercover journalist, and is no less passionate about righting wrongs and giving under-represented communities a voice today. She has been Editor in Chief of Marie Claire for the past 6 months, taking the helm of the iconic international brand as the first of the 25 countries to go digital. Andrea studied English at The University of York, but it was actually working part time in a pub during her studies and listening to people’s stories that really ignited her passion for storytelling. She pursued a career in publishing, first entering into the world of books (which she found wasn’t quite fast paced enough for her) then working for a range of publications including the Daily Mail, Channel 4 and Marie Claire.

    • 43 min
    Brenda Trenowden

    Brenda Trenowden

    When you pursue your passions you can do just about anything you put your mind to.

    My guest on the very first episode of my new podcast Dot to Dot, Behind the Person is Brenda Trenowden CBE. Someone I met through work and am extremely grateful to call a friend and a mentor. Brenda is energetic, engaging, clever, driven and fun - known aptly by her friends as Wonder Woman.

    • 55 min

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4.8 out of 5
12 Ratings

12 Ratings

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