Rethinking Leadership

Rethinking Leadership

Hosted by: Jude Jennison

I'm Jude Jennison, Founder of Leaders by Nature, a leadership and team development company. As business undergoes substantial change, leaders need to keep up with new ways of leading and communicating. Hierarchy,...


Jane Ashcroft CBE on care homes, listening and collaboration

Season #1 Episode #13

Jane Ashcroft is the Chief Executive of the Anchor Hanover Group, England’s largest not for profit provider of housing and care for older people. Jane was awarded a CBE in the 2013 New Year Honours for services to...
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Adrian Packer CBE on education and transforming schools

Season #1 Episode #12

Adrian Packer CBE is the CEO of the Core Education Trust, who run a number of academy schools in the Birmingham area. Adrian has a fascinating career, having started as a teacher at the Brit School, teaching pupils...
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Sally Palethorpe on change management

Episode #11

Sally Palethorpe is the Managing Partner of Inspired Partners, a change management consultancy. She talks about the need to support leaders and organisations through change, using her Other framework which provides...
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Aaron McCormick on personal introspection, empathy, energy and joy

Episode #10

Aaron McCormick is one of my more unusual podcast interviews. Born on the south side of Chicago to a difficult background, he developed an incredible career by bucking every trend and refusing to conform. Instead, he...
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Denise Bobb on black engagement and change

Season #1 Episode #9

Denise Bobb is a highly established Portfolio Manager, leading complex change programmes for organisations across both the private and public sectors. I spoke to Denise about how we increase black engagement so that...
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Ahmed Farooq CFO of Wesleyan on diversity, ethnicity and role models

Season #1 Episode #8

Ahmed Farooq has been the CFO of Wesleyan Assurance for 5 years. He talks openly about his experience of being an ethnic minority leader in the workplace, about Ramadan, the vulnerability of being curious about other...
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Piers Tincknell from Atomic Smash on failure as learning

Season #1 Episode #7

Piers Tincknell is the MD of AtomicSmash, a creative design agency. He talks about the need to adapt and see failure as part of the evolution of learning. He recognises that encouraging his team to learn, to innovate...
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Andy Childerhouse from Viewpoint on business transformation

Season #1 Episode #6

Andy Childerhouse is the CEO of Viewpoint. He talks about the transformation of a business that was close to failure to a thriving business today. He led the team to redefine the strategy, business model and product...
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Amanda Ling from SFM on transforming business culture

Season #1 Episode #5

Amanda Ling is the MD of SFM Limited. She talks about the challenge of transforming organisational culture when it is less tangible than transforming a business strategy. The way she runs her fascinating business...
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Derek Redmond world champion athlete on adaptability

Season #1 Episode #4

Derek Redmond is a British World and European champion of the 4 x 400m relay, having raced extensively in the 1980s and 90s. He talks about how he and the relay team bucked the trend and took risks to gain the edge on...
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Corin Crane of the Black Country Chamber on diverse workforce

Season #1 Episode #3

Corin Crane is the Chief Executive of the Black Country Chamber and came in to shake up the Chamber for the modern-day. Corin has been CEO at the Chamber for almost 4 years, with a team of 31 people and a £2m...
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Elizabeth Cronin of New York Victim Services on adapting quickly

Season #1 Episode #2

Elizabeth Cronin is Director of the New York State Office of Victim Services. She was appointed in 2013 by Governor Andrew M. Cuomo. She has had the most astonishing legal career, specialising in the prosecution of...
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