WorkL.co founder, peer and former Managing Director of Waitrose, and former Deputy Chairman of the John Lewis Partnership Lord Mark Price speaks to guests about their workplace happiness and their work-life journey.
Careers advice and what graduates are currently looking for in roles with Jonathan Black.
On this episode of WorkL's Happiness Podcast we spoke with Jonathan Black, Director of Career Services at University of Oxford on his career so far as well as his column #DearJonathan and what graduates are currently looking for in roles.
Capturing your entrepreneurial spirit and following your passions with Rob Liddiard.
We spoke with Rob Liddiard, CEO and founder of Yapster, a workplace messaging app for frontline organisations on moving away from corporate law, the inspirations behind founding his company and tips and tricks to a happier working life.
Transforming the working world for women and eliminating burnout with Yvette Ankrah
On this week's epsiode of the WorkL's Happiness Podcast we spoke with transformational coach Yvette Ankrah. Using her expertise and C.L.A.R.I.T.Y method, Yvette shares with Mark her tips and tricks to a happier working life and career so far.
A lesson in changing careers: From the arts to climate change – one woman’s journey.
On this week's episode of the workplace happiness podcast we spoke with Cressida Pollock. Her experience in a broad range of industries has seen her work in law and financial services aswell as more notable roles in management consultancy and two years as Chief Executive of the English National Opera and now launching a climate change foundation.
Tune in to hear more about Sue's extensive career in the advertisement and media industry and also the research she carries out to improve the working lives of women within the working world. A truly inspiring listen for those wanting to learn more about developing within their field.
Tessa West - Meet the Business Author
On this week's episode of the Meet the Business Author podcast we spoke with Tessa West, Associate Professor of Psychology Research at New York University and Author of 'Jerks at Work', a guide to effectively dealing with difficult people who make your working life difficult.Listen for a further look at the seven types of jerks Tessa identifies and how to plan communication with each. You can also hear more about her research on social perceptions including the influence it has on workplace cultures.