18 episodes

People will only ever tell you what they want you to hear - and that’s not always what they really feel. We all consciously filter what we say to suit the audience we converse with. But the truth matters. Engaging with people on an emotional level is key to business success, so how can we get to the truth and find out how people really feel? Truthsayers® NeurocastTM brings together leading voices from business, science and technology to share their stories and reflections on the value of open, honest communication and how starting from a place of authenticity and integrity is improving business performance and agility - at every level. Each episode contains compelling insights into the role that Truthsayers’ Neurotech® platform is playing in helping businesses get to the truth and understand people better.

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People will only ever tell you what they want you to hear - and that’s not always what they really feel. We all consciously filter what we say to suit the audience we converse with. But the truth matters. Engaging with people on an emotional level is key to business success, so how can we get to the truth and find out how people really feel? Truthsayers® NeurocastTM brings together leading voices from business, science and technology to share their stories and reflections on the value of open, honest communication and how starting from a place of authenticity and integrity is improving business performance and agility - at every level. Each episode contains compelling insights into the role that Truthsayers’ Neurotech® platform is playing in helping businesses get to the truth and understand people better.

    Capturing The Truth: Going Inside Neurotech®️

    Capturing The Truth: Going Inside Neurotech®️

    "The enlightening part is where the implicit feelings don't match the explicit sayings that people are giving. And I think that's the area where people need to start looking at, and therefore why it's so important that we do actually try to get implicit responses from people as well as their explicit."

    Neurotech® is different to any other people analytics platform thanks to the unique science behind it. In this episode of Truthsayers®️ Neurocast™️ Andy Dean, Co-Founder of Truthsayers, chats with Cognitive Scientist, Dr Alastair Goode about the power behind Neurotech®️ that can unlock the truth. Alastair has been a key advisor in the development of the Neurotech®️ platform and here explains the difference between the Implicit and Explicit methodology used to capture the truth of how people really feel. 

    Dr Alastair Goode is one of the world's foremost leading experts on Implicit methodology and one of our Advisory Board members. Alastair is regularly sought out as a keynote speaker and has won multiple awards in research and media. Alastair pioneered implicit in the consumer research space and has helped us to secure our world leading status as an implicit Neurotech® platform in the HR space.

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    What We Say & How We Truly Feel - Why Are These So Different? (Ep 3 of 3)

    What We Say & How We Truly Feel - Why Are These So Different? (Ep 3 of 3)

    “The ability to be able to measure between what someone says and how they really feel is really very interesting... the question is, why is there that cognitive dissonance?"
    Simon Stapleton, Co-Founder Truthsayers® and Paul Anderson Walsh, CEO and Co-Founder, The Centre for Inclusive Leadership, discuss some of the eye-opening outcomes that have been gathered for clients, and look at the impact this is then potentially having on employee turnover and retention.

    The implicit methodology behind Truthsayers® Neurotech® platform has enabled The Centre to go deeper than ever before. Neurotech® gets right to the heart of how people really feel, capturing their gut responses, before conscious thoughts and biases kick in. By measuring both implicit and explicit responses, The Centre for Inclusive Leadership, powered by Truthsayers® Neurotech®, has been able to surface organisational truths that have traditionally been inaccessible to decision-makers.
    Series 6 from Truthsayers® Neurocast™ - the final episode in this 3 part conversation.
    Paul Anderson Walsh is a Learning & Development Practitioner, Author, Broadcaster, Inspirational Speaker and Life Coach. Paul is ITN Productions' resident leadership expert for their Amazon Audible series 'How to OutPerform', he is also a BBC contributor and has a regular show on Premier Radio. Former CEO of The Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust, Paul continues to work with various social justice projects and is the founder and director of The Grace Project.

    The key driver in Paul's work is to communicate people’s self-worth and expand their horizons, working with business leaders to help them truly understand the motivation and drivers of themselves and their people. We're delighted to have him on the show to impart some pearls of wisdom to our viewers.

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    • 7 min
    How Does Bias Spread Through An Organisation? (Ep 2 of 3)

    How Does Bias Spread Through An Organisation? (Ep 2 of 3)

    Simon Stapleton, Co-Founder Truthsayers® and Paul Anderson Walsh, CEO and Co-Founder, The Centre for Inclusive Leadership, chat about how we can get so easily be wrapped up in the biases of an organisation and question how we can still be true to ourselves in a corporate culture.

    This is series 6 from Truthsayers® Neurocast™ - 2nd of 3 episodes in this conversation.

    Paul Anderson Walsh is a Learning & Development Practitioner, Author, Broadcaster, Inspirational Speaker and Life Coach. Paul is ITN Productions' resident leadership expert for their Amazon Audible series 'How to OutPerform', he is also a BBC contributor and has a regular show on Premier Radio. Former CEO of The Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust, Paul continues to work with various social justice projects and is the founder and director of The Grace Project.

    The key driver in Paul's work is to communicate people’s self-worth and expand their horizons, working with business leaders to help them truly understand the motivation and drivers of themselves and their people. We're delighted to have him on the show to impart some pearls of wisdom to our listeners.

    There will be more to come in this conversation, so subscribe to our podcast on your preferred channel (we're on all major podcast platforms).

    You can read the full transcript

    Catch other episodes from Truthsayers® Neurocast™.

    Find out more about the partnership between Truthsayers® and The Centre for Inclusive Leadership, powered by the truth. 

    • 3 min
    Why is it so hard to be authentic? (Ep 1 of 3)

    Why is it so hard to be authentic? (Ep 1 of 3)

    Simon Stapleton, Co-Founder Truthsayers®,  and Paul Anderson Walsh CEO and Co-Founder, The Centre for Inclusive Leadership, tackle conscious bias and chat about how the path to authenticity isn’t always an easy one.

    This is series 6 from Truthsayers® Neurocast™ - 1st of 3 episodes in this conversation.

    Paul Anderson Walsh is a Learning & Development Practitioner, Author, Broadcaster, Inspirational Speaker and Life Coach. Paul is ITN Productions' resident leadership expert for their Amazon Audible series 'How to OutPerform', he is also a BBC contributor and has a regular show on Premier Radio. Former CEO of The Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust, Paul continues to work with various social justice projects and is the founder and director of The Grace Project.

    The key driver in Paul's work is to communicate people’s self-worth and expand their horizons, working with business leaders to help them truly understand the motivation and drivers of themselves and their people. We're delighted to have him on the show to impart some pearls of wisdom to our listeners.

    There will be more to come in this conversation later in the month so subscribe to our podcast on your preferred channel (we're on all major podcast platforms).

    You can read the full transcript

    Catch other episodes from Truthsayers® Neurocast™.

    Find out more about the partnership between Truthsayers® and The Centre for Inclusive Leadership, powered by the truth. 

    • 4 min
    Part 3 (of 3): How to inclusively support a diverse workforce

    Part 3 (of 3): How to inclusively support a diverse workforce

    "... go to your employees and use a technique such as the Neurotech® approach to find out how people really feel because that's authenticity ... and then using that to then have open, transparent conversations about the next steps."
    Series 5 from Truthsayers® Neurocast™

    In this final episode, Simon Stapleton, Co-Founder Truthsayers®,  talks with Jeff Fox from AON about how to truly understand and inclusively support a diverse workforce.  
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    Find out more about Reflections: Aon’s Next-Gen Employee Listening Technology, powered by Truthsayers® Neurotech®

    • 5 min
    Part 2 (of 3) : Using Agile Tools to Improve Resilience

    Part 2 (of 3) : Using Agile Tools to Improve Resilience

    “We've been able to point the Neurotech® solution to a whole host of different problems and what we love about Neurotech® is just that, because we love helping our clients solve problems.” 

    Series 5 from Truthsayers® Neurocast™

    In episode 2 (of 3) Simon Stapleton, Co-Founder Truthsayers®,  talks with Jeff Fox from AON about how agile tools are helping businesses and their people to become more resilient.

    Read the full transcript and catch other episodes here.

    Find out more about Reflections: Aon’s Next-Gen Employee Listening Technology, powered by Truthsayers® Neurotech®

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