Jude Jennison of Leaders by Nature interviews CEOs and leaders in organisations on the challenges they face leading through uncertainty.
65: Garry Honey of Chiron on risk, resilience and uncertainty
Garry Honey runs a business called Chiron, a risk and resilience company specialising in uncertainty. I was excited to speak to him as he approaches uncertainty in a different yet compatible way to me. Garry works with boards of organisations on managing the uncertainty of risk and talks about the importance of treating risk management as part of strategy, rather than compliance.
64: Jude Jennison is interviewed by Duncan Brodie on uncertainty
I was delighted to have the tables turned this week as Duncan Brodie interviewed me on the skills that are needed by leaders in uncertain times. Of course, I had plenty to say about that. Not only did I write the book Leading through uncertainty, but I’ve also run over 20 masterclasses in the four weeks that we’ve been in lockdown, as well as having additional conversations. It has dominated my thoughts (and occasionally my sleep) as I’ve learned even more from every interaction with every person.
63: Surlender Pendress of Love Writing Co on pivoting her business
Surlender Pendress is MD of the Love Writing Co, a business providing resources for children learning to write. She had to pivot her business rapidly to survive as a result of the Coronavirus lockdown. I’m inspired by her great messages for both small businesses wanting to explore how they stay in business but also for employees who want to re-ignite their passion for the business they work for.
62: Fergal Dowling of Irwin Mitchell on leading in lockdown
Fergal Dowling is a partner at Irwin Mitchell and Head of Employment law. He shares the challenges of moving to remote working with very short notice and how they are operating under pressure with a significant increase in workload at a time when regulation is changing daily.
61: Bev Messinger of IOSH on vision, values and engaging people
Bev Messinger is the CEO of IOSH. A former HR Director, Bev understands how important it is to include people in developing a vision and ensuring everyone is on board. Bev talks about the switch from HR Director to CEO and how putting people at the heart of the charity is crucial to the last three years of transformation.
60: Tracey Pritchard of Prostate Cancer UK on physical and emotional resilience
Tracey Pritchard is Executive Director of Engagement for Prostate Cancer UK. She talks about the uncertainty of life, developing physical and emotional resilience, having a clear vision and being agile and flexible in uncertainty.
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A real gem of a podcast series. Each episode provides great insights and great examples of leading through uncertainty. Jude expertly guides her interviewees through some challenging topics.