You might be a leader in a large corporation, fresh into the workforce or with 30 years under your belt. Or maybe you are a small business owner or entrepreneur. Whichever it is … you are good at what you do. You feel safe, but keep wondering how long you have before what you do is automated, outsourced, off-shored, replaced or just made obsolete. It will happen. Nothing stands still! Your options are to stay the course, leave for another opportunity or do your own thing. All of them require transformation.
I worked in Silicon Valley for over 30 years. You only succeed in that environment by continual transformation. Through conversation and interviews, I will share lessons, stories and case studies that will help you understand how real people at work and play balance priorities every day to make a living and provide the best life possible for themselves and those around them all there while with an eye on the future.
At the very least I am going to make you think.
052 | Something In The Water And The Bones - Rebel Code, Rebel Code
Should You Learn To Code
051 | Passion, Purpose And On A Sea I Met Destiny
Stuart and John reflect on Passion and Purpose
050 | Such A Curiosity - Here It Comes To Set Us Free
Greg Orme, author of 'The Human Edge' and winner of the 2020 Business Book of the Year joins me on this episode as we explore the human skills you need to survive and thrive in the world of tomorrow.
049 | Call It Serendipity
A Conversation with LaTonya Peoples.
John catches up with classical violinist, LaTonya Peoples who also happened to be the composer of The People First Podcast Theme Tune - and the 'musical punctuation'.
048 | Define Decision
John is joined once again by occasional co-host Stuart Robbins. Today's episode around 'decisions is extracted from a long conversation between the two, but don’t worry - we got to the gold in 15 minutes.
047 | Put Yourself In The Place Of The Man At The Forge
Conversation with Jacob Moynihan
If you want an example of where the intersection of People First and the world of business is, then this show is a great start. Jacob Moynihan, founder and CEO of both Merchant 23 and TrafficLabs.io. talks to John Philpin about bringing empathy, humanity and personal connection to the relationships you want to have in your business.
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I like this podcast because it doesn’t spoon feed you - it is thought provoking and yet accessible at the same time. No gimmicks just good company and talk. I like the ideas shared here and the host is a great guide.
Real and Authentic
This is such a fun and informative Podcast to listen to. John is very engaging and authentic with listeners and people he is interviewing. You will not regret subscribing to this Podcast. The subjects are interesting and eclectic. There is something for everyone here. Enjoy!
Fantastic and varied content
The guests are varied and as the title implies it’s about people and their interactions with other Hunan beings which drive their success. It’s not a touchy feely podcast but gives practical actionable advice which you may employ immediately to improve your personal and professional life. Highly recommended!! Give it a listen and check it out for yourself.