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We film unbusiness-like conversations with leaders about values, purpose and leadership  We aim to generate a new conversation about the role of business in society.

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Friday, March 16, 2018

What difference would it make to our everyday experience of work if we love and respect our colleagues? Ruth Ibegbuna, CEO of RECLAIM, says we get far more from one another and experience 'a higher level of interaction', and that from a foundation of love we can thrive in the workplace.

In 2016...

Friday, February 23, 2018

Andy Agathangelou, the Founding Chair of the Transparency Taskforce calls for a 'cultural transfusion' – an apt metaphor to reset a financial industry that is surely ready to be renewed and revitalised.

He says: “We need leadership that embraces the responsibility for helping to change the indu...

Friday, February 2, 2018

MAC MACARTNEY

International speaker, writer and change-maker

How do you imagine the future, for yourself and for others? Do you see more of the same, or perhaps hope for something better – as Mac Macartney puts it, a world that’s more beautiful, sustainable and vital?

And what are we all doing ab...

Thursday, February 1, 2018

RUTH IBEGBUNA

Founder & CEO, RECLAIM

Much talked about and often misunderstood, millennials are often simply seeking alignment between their worldview and their workplace.

This should be no surprise. As digital natives, and with heightened awareness of social and environmental issues, their caree...

Wednesday, January 31, 2018

IAN COULTER

Former New Ventures Director, Coca-Cola Europe

The honesty and impact of workplace conversations depend not only on the words we choose but whether we choose to say anything at all. Sometimes it’s the things that are left unspoken which have the power to change the way things are don...

Wednesday, January 31, 2018

LOUGHLIN HICKEY

Former Global Head of Tax, KPMG

Most of us would hope that being part of an organisation brings out the best in us, but there is a sense that some workplaces tend to diminish rather than develop people’s character and contribution. Loughlin Hickey, former Global Head of Tax at KP...

Wednesday, January 31, 2018

AMEET SHAH

Specialist Advisor, Europa Partners

Accountability surely means taking responsibility for what’s right, not just what’s in our remit or within the rules.

 A common statement is that "I know it’s wrong, but I’m not paid to care.” 

Ameet Shah, specialist advisor, Europa Partners...

Saturday, January 20, 2018

 

DAVID McCULLOUGH

CEO, Royal Voluntary Service 

Does vulnerability mean weakness? In her book Daring Greatly, Brené Brown describes it as “daring to show up and let ourselves be seen.”

For David McCullough, CEO of Royal Voluntary Service, this means not only being open about what you ar...

Saturday, January 20, 2018

JOHN ROSLING

CEO Contexis

If businesses think purpose is about doing good, maybe they are confusing it with CSR. Contexis CEO John Rosling is clear about the distinction, and that placing the interests of people and planet at the heart of an organisation not only aligns with commercial performan...

Saturday, January 13, 2018

Millennial students say companies need to adapt to changing consumer expectations about their contribution to society.

A team of final year Business Studies students at the University of Portsmouth, working on a Business Consultancy Project with The Eth Word, believe that social responsibility...

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