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George Floyd, black women and love in leadership - Yetunde Hofmann
Andy Peck talks to Yetunde Hofmann, who has been involved in leadership for over 25 years in the corporate world and now has a portfolio career which includes leading an international leadership and change consulting practice and organisation that supports black women leaders. They talk about why the death of George Floyd was an impetus to helping black women and why love is such an important element of good business leadership.
The Leadership Show re-run: Small Groups Matter - Katherine Brown
Andy Peck talks to Katherine Brown a small group leadership trainer with the Fusion Student Movement, about that all important business of leading a small group: what’s important? What’s not? And how do you build community?
The Leadership Show Re-run: Restoration ministry! - Andrew Mitchell
God led Andrew to lay down his music career for a season. He shares how he was led to renovate properties, but God had a renovation of the heart and a restoration of a stately home as part of his agenda. A remarkable story of God’s faithfulness leading to a new song for the post-covid era
Leadership Show Re-run: Leading authentically - Will van der Hart
Will is a Pastoral Chaplain at Holy Trinity Brompton. Based on his book, The Power of Belonging, Will looks at being vulnerable as a leader and how shame works against out engagement with others. He shares why ‘success doesn't equal security and touches on his own mental health issues and the importance of being authentically present in our leadership. Why ‘fake it to make it’ is lousy career advice and why he hates the phrase ‘becoming the best version of ourselves.’
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