An objective look at the week of work, through the eyes of two business marketers and their array of guests. Latest series is all about Leader and Pioneers.
Hosted, written and produced by Shane Redding and Steve Kemish - both business marketers in the UK. Ex colleagues and long-time friends and collaborators who, along with interviews from subject-matter experts, share their thoughts on key topics in the world of marketing, sales and wider business.
Series 3, Episode 2: Rachel Tranter, Executive Director at Women On Boards UK
We turn the tables this week and rather than taking her usual role as the interviewer, the spotlight (or podcast mic in fact!) is directed towards Rachel Tranter.
Rachel has spent the best part of the last decade launching and running Women On Boards in the UK and we talk through that journey and the important work they do to help more women join more boards - interviewing and preparing them for their NED and board roles, but we also chat through leadership, what it takes to be a good board director (and just how talented women haven’t yet realised how much they could offer a board – be it on a paid or voluntary basis) and how the world looks now compared to a decade ago when Rachel and her colleagues started the business.
Series 3, Episode 1: David Gilbertson, CEO, pioneer and author of Wine Bar Theory
We're back! Series 3 of WWL and this series is all about leaders and pioneers. We chat with a range of fascinating people, none more so than David Gilbertson. Highly regarded leader, ex and current chairman of a host of businesses and acclaimed author. David takes the time to share his knowledge and wisdom on a range of topics as well as guide us through his brilliant book: Wine Bar Theory.
Series 2 Episode 11: The year ahead - series finale
With a little help from a number of previous podcast guests, we say goodbye to 2020 and hello to the new year - by way of reflection on what we have learnt as well as some trend spotting and future gazing for the year ahead.
Thanks to the likes of Lawrence Mitchell, Sam Hill, Scott Stockwell, Ian Hughes and others for their wisdom and thoughts for what comes next.
Series 2, Episode 10: Turning data into an asset with Herman Heyns, Anmut
A fascinating and insightful chat with Herman this week. We hear from this true visionary about data and how to think beyond "data-led". He shares wisdom on the far-reaching opportunities and value of this still greatly under-valued commodity.
Through not only his extensive career arc but also the learnings that Anmut have reported on the commercial value of data, we start to see the full spectrum of what data enables across organisations, governments and the globe.
Series 2, Episode 9: The value of CX with Sam Hill - Infinity
This week we chat with Sam Hill, Director of CX at Infinity. We hear how a love of music ultimately led Sam on a journey through social media, broader digital marketing and in to his current home.
Given his role and passion for CX, we make time for that fascinating topic, but also make time for insight, especially given what Infinity specialise in. A thoughtful chat with a talented and inspiring young talent.
Series 2, Episode 8: Influencers & Social Media with Sarah Goodall, Tribal Impact
A wonderful and engaging chat with Sarah this week. Sarah founded Tribal Impact in 2015 and talks not about the journey of that business and what it does (all things social media and influencer marketing for business brands) but her career journey and how she arrived where she is today. That journey takes in product design, licencing, Norway, giant global tech brands, how a blog can make you a digital expert in the eyes of your colleagues, even designing a hairbrush!
A really honest and informative chat with somebody at the top of their game who shares some excellent advice on how to spin many plates and how she sees the value of social media for businesses and leaders.