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A weekly Business, Education and Management podcast featuring Mike Chitty
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Dave Robinson is the founder and CEO of Vertical Performance Enterprises, a leadership and management consulting company specialising in executive leadership development and organisational performance improvement. A former fighter pilot, TOPGUN
Scot Bell - VOLUNTEER COORDINATOR & CO-PRODUCTION LEADHaving spent the past 7 years in various organisations, the last 5 years at a large Drug and Alcohol Treatment provider in Kirklees, Scott found his way to Simon on the Streets, working in a
Dr Roshni Beeharry is a writer, poet, poetry reviewer, former NHS Consultant in Rehabilitation Medicine and Portfolio Medical Educator. She has an MA in Creative Writing & Personal Development, University of Sussex (2005) and MA Clinical Educa
Dr. Kolysh is a lesbian agender mother of four and a feminist scholar of race, gender, and sexuality. Their background in Biology, Public Health, LGBTQ studies, and Sociology aids their scholar-activism and commitment to revolutionary futures.
Nick is the Head of Digital Technologies at TSDFT and currently leads on multiple VR based initiatives within the NHS including The VR Lab sponsored by Health Education England and is founder of PatientVR. Nick advocates a ‘clinicians as conte
Steven Lavine has for four decades been an artistic, educational, and community leader in the United States and nationally. From 1988 to 2017 he served as President of the California Institute of the Arts, a period of sustained growth in progra
Amy McDonald, Founder and CEO of Headtorch, is dedicated to prioritising mental health at work. With a background in drama, education, business, mediation and coaching, Amy fuses her skills to create dramatic learning & development that reflect
Veronica LysaghtFounder of Leading with HumanityVeronica believes that courageous, compassionate and inspiring leadership is needed to deal with the crises we face in the world at the moment, and that this style of leading is something we can a
Gill Crawshaw I draw on my experience of disability activism to organise exhibitions and events which highlight issues affecting disabled people. Exhibitions have addressed representation (Possible All Along, 2020), charity (Piss on Pity, 2019
Beth Terrence is a Shaman, Holistic Health & Wellness Facilitator, Recovery Coach, Speaker and Writer. She has been working in the field of Holistic Health & Wellness and Transformation for over 25 years by offering an integrative holistic appr
Becky is Professor in Health Systems Innovation at London South Bank University, and Director of the Health Systems Innovation Lab which provides organisational and leadership development for place-based systems change; leadership programmes fo
Lou Mycroft has been working nomadically for several years now, guided by an ethics of joy. She brings people together in community, to think, make decisions and implement plans which change cultures, choosing work based on Nesta UK’s 2018 defi
Mick Ward is a Senior Associate of Nurture Development, an associate of the Health Systems Innovations Lab at London South Bank University and a Trustee of PAFRAS (Positive Action for Refugees and Asylum Seekers based in Leeds).   He retired in
Ever since he was a child, Martin has stimulated real conversation, captured the insights of people and helped people share those insights with others. His innate curiosity led him to study and work in physics, IT, fibre optics, nucleonics, wat
Tony is a coach based in London. His coaching interests include: leadership for reluctant or inexperienced leaders, how to avoid (and recover from) burnout and mental fitness and self-defence. When he’s not coaching he can be found in the g
As Co-Founder and Managing Director of a growing social enterprise Resilience Learning Partnership, Shumela Ahmed is a teacher and educator by trade and an activist at heart.  As a real life example of the transformation education can bring to
Dr David Atkinson is both an award-winning researcher and a practitioner of enterprise and entrepreneurship in their widest sense. His monograph, Thinking the Art of Management, was published by Palgrave Macmillan in 2007. With a new book proje
Compassion for all is Sal's guiding principle. She brings literature, particularly poetry, and play to the conversation in order to bypass habitual thinking and allow people to take themselves by surprise with their responses. Experiential lear
Minter Dial is an international professional and energetic speaker and a multiple award-winning author, specialised in leadership, branding and transformation. An agent of change, he's a three-time entrepreneur who has exercised twelve differen
John Preston joined The Conservation Volunteers (then BTCV) whilst still at school, after a degree (geography and statistics) at St Andrews. He came to Leeds as a live-in Long Term Volunteer at Hollybush Conservation Centre. After 18 months in
Aaron was appointed Chief Executive of University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust in March 2018 after first joining in January 2014 as Director of Finance / Deputy Chief Executive. An experienced and motivated professional, Aaro
Chris Jones Chris is a qualified accountant with previous experience in public and private sectors, including the NHS. He spent 7 years as the principal and chief executive of Calderdale College, and is a former member of the Calderdale Safegua
Rachel and Dan are the founders of 15s30m. 15s30m (15 seconds 30 minutes) is a social movement to reduce frustration and increase joy in work. Co-founders Rachel Pilling & Dan Wadsworth encourage all staff, from chief exec to porter, to spend a
Charlie is a Consultant Clinical Psychologist in the NHS. In previous roles, he has worked in Older People’s Mental Health services, dementia services, and Employee Wellbeing services. He currently works in an Acute Hospital, where his role i
Professor Calvin Moorley RN, PhD is a Professor in Nursing Research and Diversity in Care, Adult Nursing Department at London South Bank University, with a background in public health and diversity in care. His research focuses on the interplay
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