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In this podcast Greg chats with some of the interesting people that he meets along the way from many different walks of life, about their lives, what it means to achieve their goals and hopefully with a smile on their faces! #WinHappy

Win Happy Podcast Greg Canty

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In this podcast Greg chats with some of the interesting people that he meets along the way from many different walks of life, about their lives, what it means to achieve their goals and hopefully with a smile on their faces! #WinHappy

    Vulnerability and Leadership with Milo-Arne Wilkinson of ELEVEN

    Vulnerability and Leadership with Milo-Arne Wilkinson of ELEVEN

    Greg chats with the behavioural scientist, Milo-Arne Wilkinson, who is in Ireland to launch the ELEVEN Executive Leadership Programme at Dublin Business School.

    Milo, one of 16 children, originally from Hawaii and now living in Australia has had a fascinating career, which has led her to developing this unique programme that focuses on the attributes of leaders and not their competencies. 

    Milo talks about her life, her family, her work with sports teams and the ELEVEN attributes of great leaders.

    • 50 min
    The Music Maker, Songwriter and Producer Ian Ring

    The Music Maker, Songwriter and Producer Ian Ring

    Greg chats with Ian Ring, songwriter and music producer, the man behind some great artists such as Daithi and Talos, part of the fantastic duo, Young Wonder and now working on his own project Boku as well as many other projects.

    We talk about his early influences and how important early collaborations in Cork were to his career.

    Ian has a special musical talent but one of his greatest talents is making his artists feel comfortable, which brings out the best of them and allows the magic to happen!

    • 1 hr 3 min
    Radio isn’t a job, it’s a passion with Kieran McGeary, CEO of Cork’s 96FM and C103 (Part 2)

    Radio isn’t a job, it’s a passion with Kieran McGeary, CEO of Cork’s 96FM and C103 (Part 2)

    In Part Two of a Two Part podcast Greg chats with Kieran McGeary, CEO of Cork's 96FM and C103 about the true love of his life. radio!

    We chat about the challenge of taking over hugely successful stations in Ireland's second city, coping with changing trends in media, fake news, real news and the emergence of podcasts and what this means for radio.

    We also chat about the powerful role of radio for a city and giving back to charity through the powerful Radiothon initiative.

    Enjoy the show!  

    • 1 hr
    Radio isn’t a job, it’s a passion with Kieran McGeary, CEO of Cork’s 96FM and C103 (Part 1)

    Radio isn’t a job, it’s a passion with Kieran McGeary, CEO of Cork’s 96FM and C103 (Part 1)

    In Part One of a 2 Part podcast Greg chats with Kieran McGeary, CEO of Cork's 96FM and C103 about the true love of his life. radio!

    A fascination for radio, from listening to voices from places around the world led to this 8 year old practicing his DJ skills with the family stereo as each single played one after the other.

    From volunteer roles with small pirate stations to roles with various BBC regional stations and independent stations in the UK.

    He returned to set up Beat 102-103 in 2003.

    • 52 min
    The quiet bravery and steely determination of Patrycja Jurkowska

    The quiet bravery and steely determination of Patrycja Jurkowska

    Watching her mum struggling to make ends meat despite juggling three jobs in Poland was enough to spark a steely determination to succeed.

    In this episode we chat with Patrycja Jurkowskawho who emigrated to Ireland, put herself through college, qualified as an accountant and now a successful career with roles in Deloitte and GOAL Global.

    We chat about helping her family to emigrate to Ireland, the challenge of a professional career as a non-national and her role as President of CI, Dublin branch.   

    • 56 min
    When the walls come tumbling down with Ger O’Mahoney of PwC

    When the walls come tumbling down with Ger O’Mahoney of PwC

    Ger O'Mahoney, Partner with PwC in Cork was the President of Cork Chamber between 2009 and 2011 when the walls of the Irish economy literally came tumbling down.

    Ger chats about his ability to dig deep at this crushing time and to consistently put on a brave, positive face, with an "everything is solvable" philosophy to business.

    We chat about Cork Chamber, his deep love of Cork, leaving Deloitte after 26 years, Cork Hibs, Christians and some warning signs for the Irish economy.

    • 1 hr 6 min

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