WildHearts' 'Business For Good' Podcast Series

A monthly Business podcast featuring Mick Jackson
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Episodes of WildHearts' 'Business For Good' Podcast Series

Janette Evans-Turner, Head of Sourcing & Procurement at Zurich Insurance UK, on how watching her parents overcome bankruptcy helped instil a resilient and empathetic mindset which she has applied throughout her career. Janette reflects on the i
Matt Sparkes, Head of Sustainability at Linklaters, reflects on the social challenges of growing up with epilepsy and how living abroad created a life-defining experience that taught him the value of operating outside your comfort zone. Matt ad
Peter Holbrook, Chief Executive of Social Enterprise UK, reflects on how experiencing injustice in the 1980’s inspired him to create social change. Peter addresses the shift of power from Government to the private sector, and the societal expec
Cheryl Kiser, Executive Director of the Lewis Institute at Babson College, debunks the myth that entrepreneurial talent is a gift that we are born with, rather evidence shows that it is an ability that we all possess. And like all skills, entre
Emma Walker, Head of Marketing Capability at Nestlé UK & Ireland on her early experience as a carer and how this inspired her to create systemic and systematic change. Emma reflects on how technology has influenced the rise of conscious consume
Adaire Fox-Martin, Member of the Executive Board at SAP reflects on the challenges of growing up in a working-class Irish family during economic turmoil, and how the power of education can transform our opportunities in life. Adaire addresses t
Jen Rodvold, Head of Digital Ethics & Tech for Good Practice at Sopra Steria on her ancestors overcoming the Great Depression and how an appreciation of her privileged upbringing has instilled a passion for fairness and equality. Jen reflects o
Len DeCandia, Chief Procurement Officer at Johnson & Johnson on his parents fleeing from World War II, being inspired by the space race and learning through failure as a college dropout. Len reflects on his personal experience with disability,
Laura Faulkner, Director of Shared Services at Nationwide Building Society on growing up in a working class family in Scotland, learning from rejection and being the first in her family to go to University. Laura reflects on the evolving role o
Robin Sundaram, Sustainable Sourcing Lead at Nestlé UK talks to Mick Jackson, WildHearts Founder about being chased by skinheads in the 1980's, facing civil war, compassion, empathy and looking out for one another. The expanding role of procure
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