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In this thought-provoking interview series from the RSA, Matthew Taylor, puts a range of leading thinkers on the spot - from writers to business leaders, politicians to journalists - by asking for big ideas to help build effective bridges to our new future. McKinsey & Co is one of the biggest names in the global consulting business. Established in 1926, it employs 30,000 people, has offices in more than 130 locations and earns billions of dollars in fees. But what exactly does the company do? And how much power does it have in shaping the way corporations and governments are run? Matthew is joined by two New York Times investigative reporters, Walt Bogdanich and Michael Forsythe, whose latest book, When McKinsey Comes to Town, shines a spotlight on the influential firm. Walt Bogdanich is an investigative reporter for The New YorkTimes. He has been awarded three Pulitzer Prizes for his investigative journalism. He previously produced stories for “60 Minutes,” ABC News and TheWall Street Journal in New York and Washington. He has a B.A. in political science from the University of Wisconsin and a master’s degree in journalism from Ohio State University. He lives in Port Washington, NY.Michael Forsythe is an investigative reporter for The New York Times. At Bloomberg was part of a team that won the George Polk Award in 2013. Mr. Forsythe is a veteran of the U.S. Navy. He has a B.A. in international economics from Georgetown University and a Master’s degree in East Asian Studies from Harvard University. He lives in New York City.Michael and Walt's book, 'When McKinsey Comes to Town,' is available now. A Tempo & Talker production for the RSA. In this time of global change, strong communities and initiatives that bring people together are more invaluable than ever before. The RSA Fellowship is a global network of problem solvers. We invite you to join our community today to stay connected, inspired and motivated in the months ahead. You can learn more about the Fellowship or start an application by clicking here. 
In this series we’ve heard from key thinkers on what they are doing to nurture regenerative systems – locally, regionally and globally – and to create thriving futures for all life on this planet. In this final episode of the series, Josie and Daniel are joined by Paul Hawken, one of the environmental movement’s leading voices, to hear his perspectives on why now is the time for collaborative action and how we can all be part of the re-generation.Paul Hawken is a pioneering architect of corporate reform with respect to ecological practices. He is a well-respected author, economist, and activist, and the Founder of Project Drawdown, a non-profit dedicated to researching when and how global warming can be reversed. He has written eight best-selling books, including the hugely influential The Ecology of Commerce. His most recent book is Regeneration: Ending the Climate Crisis in One Generation.Explore links and resources, and find out more at  https://www.thersa.org/oceania/regeneration-rising-podcast  Join the Re-generation: https://www.thersa.org/regenerative-futures
In this thought-provoking interview series from the RSA, Matthew Taylor, puts a range of leading thinkers on the spot - from writers to business leaders, politicians to journalists - by asking for big ideas to help build effective bridges to our new future. In the wake of the crisis of 2008, austerity measures were implemented across the western world to stop financial catastrophe. But what impact have these long-lasting and controversial polices had on workers and communities?  Clara E. Mattei, an assistant professor of economics, believes they have been devastating, and that there's an ulterior motive for governments to implement such damaging policies. Clara joins Matthews to explain why and reveal what she believes are austerity's dark intellectual origins. Clara E. Mattei is assistant professor of economics at the New School for Social Research in New York City. Her latest book is 'The Capital Order: How Economists Invented Austerity and Paved the Way to Fascism'. A Tempo & Talker production for the RSA. In this time of global change, strong communities and initiatives that bring people together are more invaluable than ever before. The RSA Fellowship is a global network of problem solvers. We invite you to join our community today to stay connected, inspired and motivated in the months ahead. You can learn more about the Fellowship or start an application by clicking here.
In this special  series, we explore how regenerative practice is helping people in place collectively re-design their communities, cities and economies and create a thriving home for all on our planet. In this sixth episode, Josie and Daniel discuss the importance of place with two leading voices in regenerative development -- Pamela Mang and Jenny Andersson. We are living through a period of seemingly insurmountable challenges – from the climate crisis to global disparities of health and wealth. How can we grapple with such complex and wicked problems – collectively or as individuals? Regenerative development practitioners Pamela Mang and Jenny Andersson argue that to do so we must start in our own homes – with the places and spaces around us.  Pamela Mang is the founder of Regenesis Group with 30 years’ consulting experience with businesses, governmental agencies and community groups specializing in living systems thinking and educational and human development processes. She is a faculty member for The Regenerative Practitioner – a programme which has supported hundreds of people around the world to build their experience of regenerative development. Jenny Andersson is the founder of The Really Regenerative Centre. She works as a strategist, facilitator and educator, supporting organisations and communities to create visions for the future they want – together – and to find the energy, will and approaches to sustain long-term change.Explore links and resources, and find out more at  https://www.thersa.org/oceania/regeneration-rising-podcast  Join the Re-generation: https://www.thersa.org/regenerative-futures
In this thought-provoking interview series from the RSA, Matthew Taylor, puts a range of leading thinkers on the spot - from writers to business leaders, politicians to journalists - by asking for big ideas to help build effective bridges to our new future. Adrian Chiles once put away 100 units of alcohol a week. The recommended amount is 14. But Adrian never considered himself an alcoholic, just someone who enjoyed drinking a bit too much. But after a warning from his doctor, and now well in to his 50s, Adrian decided it was time to address his relationship with the booze. But he didn't want to stop drinking entirely. Instead, he decided to embark on a journey to become a 'good' drinker, one who can enjoy alcohol in moderation. The writer and broadcaster joins Matthew to reveal how it changed who he is and the way he lives his life. Adrian Chiles is a writer, journalist and broadcaster. His new book is The Good Drinker. A Tempo & Talker production for the RSA. In this time of global change, strong communities and initiatives that bring people together are more invaluable than ever before. The RSA Fellowship is a global network of problem solvers. We invite you to join our community today to stay connected, inspired and motivated in the months ahead. You can learn more about the Fellowship or start an application by clicking here.
In this special “Bridges to the Future” series, we explore how regenerative practice is helping people in place collectively re-design their communities, cities and economies and create a thriving home for all on our planet. In this fifth episode, Josie and Daniel discuss the role companies can play in shaping our future with John Elkington and Louise Kjellerup Roper from Volans Ventures.The last decade has seen a shift in the discussion around corporate social responsibility and the role businesses can play in tackling the world’s challenges. In this episode, we ask our guests, John Elkington and Louise Kjellerup Roper whether the businesses of today are doing enough to build a better tomorrow and what a regenerative approach to business could look like.  John Elkington is a world authority on corporate responsibility and sustainable capitalism. His book Cannibals with Forks in 1997 popularised his ‘Triple Bottom Line’ concept, and laid the foundations for sustainable business strategy. His 20th book was published in 2020 - Green Swans: The Coming Boom in Regenerative Capitalism.   Louise Kjellerup Roper is the CEO of Volans. She started her career with ‘cutting-edge’ software companies, before focusing on the role of business for good. Today, as well as being responsible for the work of Volans, she is a guest lecturer at both Cranfield University and the University of Exeter and part of the Ellen MacArthur Foundation’s CE100 network.Explore links and resources, and find out more at  https://www.thersa.org/oceania/regeneration-rising-podcast  Join the Re-generation: https://www.thersa.org/regenerative-futures
In this thought-provoking interview series from the RSA, Matthew Taylor, puts a range of leading thinkers on the spot - from writers to business leaders, politicians to journalists - by asking for big ideas to help build effective bridges to our new future. In this special festive edition, Matthew selects his favourite conversations from 2021.Highlights include: Oliver Bullough exposes Britain’s major role in the world of corruption; Phil Tinline on why collective political nightmares can shape political horizons; Hannah Rose Woods, author of ‘Rule Nostalgia, on why yesterday’s events take a grip on today’s ambitions; Christine Emba explores how masculine attitudes to sex have shaped women’s expectations; and Sharon Blackie reveals why older woman are often the most powerful drivers of change in the world.More about the guests from this year's episode:Sharon Blackie is an award-winning writer, psychologist and mythologist. Her books, courses, lectures and workshops are focused on the development of the mythic imagination, and on the relevance of myth, fairy tales and folk traditions to the personal, cultural and environmental problems we face today. Her latest book is, 'Hagitude: Reimagining the Second Half of Life'. Oliver Bullough is the author of the financial expose Moneyland, and two celebrated books about the former Soviet Union: The Last Man in Russia and Let Our Fame Be Great. His journalism appears regularly in the Guardian, The New York Times and GQ. His latest book is Butler to the World: The book the oligarchs don’t want you to read - how Britain became the servant of tycoons, tax dodgers, kleptocrats and criminals. Christine Emba is a columnist for The Washington Post writing about ideas and society. Her previous posts include the Hilton Kramer Fellow in Criticism at the New Criterion and as a deputy editor at the Economist Intelligence Unit. Her latest book is Rethinking Sex: A Provocation. Phil Tinline works for BBC Radio; he has made and presented documentaries about how political history shapes our lives. Formerly executive producer of Radio 4’s investigative history series, Document, he has written for The Guardian, The Independent on Sunday, The Daily Telegraph, BBC History Magazine and the New Statesman. His new book is, 'The Death of Consensus: 100 Years of British Political Nightmares'. Hannah Rose Woods is a writer and cultural historian. She has a PhD from the University of Cambridge, where she taught modern British history, and in 2016 captained her college's team to victory on the BBC quiz show, University Challenge. She has written on history, politics and culture for the New Statesman, the Guardian, History Today, Art UK and Elle magazine. Her latest book is, "Rule, Nostalgia: A Backwards History of Britain".A Tempo & Talker production for the RSA. In this time of global change, strong communities and initiatives that bring people together are more invaluable than ever before. The RSA Fellowship is a global network of problem solvers. We invite you to join our community today to stay connected, inspired and motivated in the months ahead. You can learn more about the Fellowship or start an application by clicking here.
In this special series, we explore how regenerative practice is helping people in place collectively re-design their communities, cities and economies and create a thriving home for all on our planet. In this fourth episode, Josie and Daniel explore new models for structuring our economies with radical economists Kate Raworth and John Fullerton.The words economy and ecology have the same root in Ancient Greek – oikos, meaning home. In an era marked by climate breakdown and profound social challenges, what is our economy telling us about our home? And what is our home, planet Earth, telling us about our economy? In this episode, we discuss the rise of regenerative economics with guests Kate Raworth and John Fullerton. Kate Raworth is a renegade economist focused on making economics fit for 21st century realities.  Her internationally acclaimed framework of Doughnut Economics has been widely influential amongst sustainable development thinkers, progressive businesses and political activists. Her Doughnut Economics Action Lab is now working with communities around the world to put it into practice in our neighbourhoods and cities. John Fullerton is an impact investor, writer, and unconventional economist and is the Founder of the Capital Institute. He is the author of Regenerative Capitalism: How Universal Patterns and Principles Will Shape the New Economy and is supporting business leaders explore what regenerative economics could look through his new course which brings together leading thinkers across economy, business and finance.  Explore links and resources, and find out more at  https://www.thersa.org/oceania/regeneration-rising-podcast  Join the Re-generation: https://www.thersa.org/regenerative-futures
In this thought-provoking interview series from the RSA, Matthew Taylor, puts a range of leading thinkers on the spot - from writers to business leaders, politicians to journalists - by asking for big ideas to help build effective bridges to our new future. Pulitzer Prize-winning physician, biologist, and author, Siddhartha Mukherjee, joins Matthew to discuss the importance of the body’s smallest structural and functional unit: the cell. He explains why the cell is so important when it comes to understanding the human body, medical science - and the story of life itself. Siddhartha Mukherjee is an associate professor of medicine at Columbia University and a cancer physician and researcher. A Rhodes scholar, he graduated from Stanford University, University of Oxford, and Harvard Medical School. He is the author of numerous bestselling books, including 'The Emperor of All Maladies: A Biography of Cancer', winner of the 2011 Pulitzer Prize in general nonfiction and 'The Laws of Medicine' and , The Gene: An Intimate History. His latest book is, The Song of the Cell. A Tempo & Talker production for the RSA. In this time of global change, strong communities and initiatives that bring people together are more invaluable than ever before. The RSA Fellowship is a global network of problem solvers. We invite you to join our community today to stay connected, inspired and motivated in the months ahead. You can learn more about the Fellowship or start an application by clicking here.
ReGeneration RisingIn this special series, we explore how regenerative practice is helping people in place collectively re-design their communities, cities and economies and create a thriving home for all on our planet. In this third episode, Josie and Daniel discuss regenerative cities with urban designers, Michael Pawlyn and Sarah Ichioka, authors of the book Flourish: Design Paradigms for our Planetary Emergency.  From our cities, to our homes, to our public buildings, the spaces we inhabit determine how we live our lives and interact with the world around us. But what if our built environment is actually fueling our destructive lifestyles and furthering our disconnection with the living world? How can regenerative principles help us design buildings and communities that put life – all life – at the centre, and respond to our needs in the 21st century.  It’s precisely these challenges that urban designers, Michael Pawlyn and Sarah Ichioka address in their new book, Flourish: Design Paradigms for our Planetary Emergency.  Sarah Ichioka is an urbanist, curator and writer based in Singapore. She currently leads Desire Lines, a strategic consultancy for environmental, cultural, and social-impact organizations and initiatives. In previous roles, she has explored the intersections of cities, society and ecology within leading international institutions of culture, policy and research.  Michael Pawlyn is an architect and biomimicry expert, he established architecture practice Exploration in 2007 and is co-initiator of Architects Declare - a network of architecture studios that have pledged to help- tackle the global climate and biodiversity emergencies. Explore links and resources, and find out more at  https://www.thersa.org/oceania/regeneration-rising-podcast  Join the Re-generation: https://www.thersa.org/regenerative-futures 
In this thought-provoking interview series from the RSA, Matthew Taylor, puts a range of leading thinkers on the spot - from writers to business leaders, politicians to journalists - by asking for big ideas to help build effective bridges to our new future. Hashi Mohamed is a barrister and broadcaster based in London. A contributor to the Guardian, The Times and Prospect he also presented Adventures in Social Mobility (April 2017) and Macpherson: What Happened Next (2019). In his debut book People Like Us, Hashi explores what his own experience can tell us about social mobility in Britain today. His latest book is, 'A Home of One's Own'. A Tempo & Talker production for the RSA. In this time of global change, strong communities and initiatives that bring people together are more invaluable than ever before. The RSA Fellowship is a global network of problem solvers. We invite you to join our community today to stay connected, inspired and motivated in the months ahead. You can learn more about the Fellowship or start an application by clicking here.
In this special series, we explore how regenerative practice is helping people in place collectively re-design their communities, cities and economies and create a thriving home for all on our planet. In this second episode, Josie and Daniel are joined by Dr Anne Poelina, Co-Chair of Indigenous Studies at the University of Notre Dame and a Nyikina Warrwa Indigenous woman from the Kimberley Region of Western Australia. Regeneration is often positioned as a recent development in sustainable practice, but the principles that underpin this approach – connecting with place and living in harmony with natural systems – have been woven through cultures and wisdom traditions since the dawn of human history. In this episode, Josie and Daniel yarn with Dr Anne Poelina, a Nyikina Warrwa Traditional Owner and guardian of the Mardoowarra, Lower Fitzroy River in the Kimberley region of Western Australia.Dr Anne Poelina is Co-Chair of Indigenous Studies and Senior Research Fellow at the Nulungu Institute, University of Notre Dame Australia, and a Nyikina Warrwa Traditional Owner from the Kimberley Region of Western Australia. Anne is an active Indigenous community leader, human and earth rights advocate, filmmaker and a respected academic researcher. She is also on the steering committee for Regenerative Songlines, an Indigenous-led network working to develop a continent-wide framework for regeneration in Australia.  Join the Re-generation:https://www.thersa.org/regenerative-futures
In this thought-provoking interview series from the RSA, Matthew Taylor, puts a range of leading thinkers on the spot - from writers to business leaders, politicians to journalists - by asking for big ideas to help build effective bridges to our new future. Games developer and writer, Adrian Hon, believes creeping gamification in our workplace, our schools, even our government, is increasingly being used as a way to profit from and coerce us. Adrian joins Matthew to explain why, in a tech-driven world, we often have no choice but to play - and why losing can incur heavy penalties. Adrian Hon is the CEO and founder of Six to Start, co-creator of the world’s most successful smartphone fitness game, Zombies, Run! Other games Adrian has designed, like We Tell Stories, have won awards including Best of Show at SXSW and been displayed at MOMA and the Design Museum. Adrian's latest books is, 'You've Been Played: How Corporations, Governments and Schools Use Games to Control Us All'. A Tempo & Talker production for the RSA. In this time of global change, strong communities and initiatives that bring people together are more invaluable than ever before. The RSA Fellowship is a global network of problem solvers. We invite you to join our community today to stay connected, inspired and motivated in the months ahead. You can learn more about the Fellowship or start an application by clicking here.    
In this special series, we explore how regenerative practice is helping people collectively re-design their communities, cities and economies to create a thriving home for all on our planet. In this first episode, co-hosts Josie Warden and Daniel Christian Wahl discuss what it means to think and act regeneratively.Every second of every day, our cells are fed, nourished, and regenerated by the living systems around us -- and our presence, in turn, enables other species to thrive. But our current way of living is interfering with these vital processes and undermining the very systems that enable life on this planet. As communities around the world grapple with the devastating consequences of a climate emergency and converging social and economic crises, there is growing consensus that our current way of thinking will not bring about the change we need in the time we have. We urgently need to rethink who we are as a species and our role on this planet. We need a new collective story for humanity – one that recognises our interconnection with the rest of life on Earth and galvanises collaborative action towards regenerative futures.     Josie Warden leads regenerative design practice at the RSA, working with policy makers, businesses and civil society organisations to explore how design can shape regenerative futures where people and planet thrive together for the long term.Dr Daniel Christian Wahl works internationally as a consultant and educator in regenerative design, whole systems design and transformative innovation. His vast catalogue of forward-thinking work (notably his book Designing Regenerative Cultures) has inspired and enabled people from all walks of life to apply regenerative design to their own contexts. In 2021, he was awarded the RSA's prestigious Bicentenary Medal for his contribution to the field of regenerative design.Join the Re-generation: https://www.thersa.org/regenerative-futures
In this thought-provoking interview series from the RSA, Matthew Taylor, puts a range of leading thinkers on the spot - from writers to business leaders, politicians to journalists - by asking for big ideas to help build effective bridges to our new future. Matthew meets with Will Butler-Adams, the CEO of Brompton Bicycles, originally a small British company that has grown to become one of the biggest cycling brand names in the world.Will discusses the challenge of producing intricate folding bikes at scale, why passion is key to his success and why he's convinced that bikes can help solve global problems and improve our lives. Will Butler-Adams is a chartered engineer and CEO of Brompton Bicycle Limited. He was appointed OBE in the 2015 New Year Honours, featured in multiple publications including the Financial Times, and delivered talks forGoogle and PwC. His latest book is, The Brompton: Engineering for Change (with Dan Davies). A Tempo & Talker production for the RSA. In this time of global change, strong communities and initiatives that bring people together are more invaluable than ever before. The RSA Fellowship is a global network of problem solvers. We invite you to join our community today to stay connected, inspired and motivated in the months ahead. You can learn more about the Fellowship or start an application by clicking here.
In this thought-provoking interview series from the RSA, Matthew Taylor, puts a range of leading thinkers on the spot - from writers to business leaders, politicians to journalists - by asking for big ideas to help build effective bridges to our new future. In her latest book, 'Hagitude', Sharon Blackie shares her personal story alongside potent female figures from history to offer a rich vision of how we can grow into a more connected and creative second half of life. She joins Matthew to talk maturity, menopause and myth - and why all women at a certain stage in their life should embrace their 'inner hag'.  Sharon Blackie is an award-winning writer, psychologist and mythologist. Her books, courses, lectures and workshops are focused on the development of the mythic imagination, and on the relevance of myth, fairy tales and folk traditions to the personal, cultural and environmental problems we face today. Her latest book is, 'Hagitude: Reimagining the Second Half of Life'. A Tempo & Talker production for the RSA. In this time of global change, strong communities and initiatives that bring people together are more invaluable than ever before. The RSA Fellowship is a global network of problem solvers. We invite you to join our community today to stay connected, inspired and motivated in the months ahead. You can learn more about the Fellowship or start an application by clicking here.
Crisis? What Crisis?

Crisis? What Crisis?

2022-10-0438:33

In this lively interview series from the RSA, Matthew Taylor, puts a range of practitioners on the spot - from scholars to business leaders, politicians to journalists - by asking for big ideas to help build effective bridges to our new future. In the last century of British mass democracy politics has lurched from crisis to crisis. So what can we learn by looking at  periods of turmoil and misery instead of focusing on moments of consensus and harmony? Documentary-maker and writer Phil Tinline joins Matthew to explain how past political panic and chaos can help illuminate our current age of upheaval. Phil Tinline works for BBC Radio; he has made and presented documentaries about how political history shapes our lives. Formerly executive producer of Radio 4’s investigative history series, Document, he has written for The Guardian, The Independent on Sunday, The Daily Telegraph, BBC History Magazine and the New Statesman. His new book is, 'The Death of Consensus: 100 Years of British Political Nightmares'. A Tempo & Talker production for the RSA. In this time of global change, strong communities and initiatives that bring people together are more invaluable than ever before. The RSA Fellowship is a global network of problem solvers. We invite you to join our community today to stay connected, inspired and motivated in the months ahead. You can learn more about the Fellowship or start an application by clicking here.
In this lively interview series from the RSA, Matthew Taylor, puts a range of practitioners on the spot - from scholars to business leaders, politicians to journalists - by asking for big ideas to help build effective bridges to our new future. Journalist Marie Le Conte was born in 1991, the same year the World Wide Web was invented. She claims her generation were the first who properly grew up online, riding the waves of those chaotic and experimental early years of the internet. But when the pandemic hit and we were all forced to log on, she realised that the internet of her youth was gone. She joins Matthew to explain why the death of that early DIY spirit,  replaced by a corporate experience driven by the algorithm, is to the detriment of us all. Marie Le Conte is a French-Moroccan political journalist based in London. She has worked for the Daily Telegraph, Daily Mirror, Evening Standard. Her latest book is, 'Escape: How a generation shaped, destroyed and survived the internet'. A Tempo & Talker production for the RSA. In this time of global change, strong communities and initiatives that bring people together are more invaluable than ever before. The RSA Fellowship is a global network of problem solvers. We invite you to join our community today to stay connected, inspired and motivated in the months ahead. You can learn more about the Fellowship or start an application by clicking here.
In this lively interview series from the RSA, Matthew Taylor, puts a range of practitioners on the spot - from scholars to business leaders, politicians to journalists - by asking for big ideas to help build effective bridges to our new future. Just how does a book go from a germ of an idea in one person's head to top of the best-sellers list? How important are the army of proofreaders, indexers, copy editors and publicists in helping an author pen a succesful novel? In this episode of Bridges to the Future, Matthew meets with Rebecca Lee, editorial manager at Penguin, to get the inside track on what it takes to achieve publishing glory.    Rebecca Lee is an editorial manager at Penguin Random House. She's spent twenty years managing hundreds of high-profile books from delivery of manuscript to finished copies, signing off millions of words as fit to go to print with only the occasional regret. Her latest book is, 'How Words Get Good: The Story of Making a Book'. A Tempo & Talker production for the RSA. In this time of global change, strong communities and initiatives that bring people together are more invaluable than ever before. The RSA Fellowship is a global network of problem solvers. We invite you to join our community today to stay connected, inspired and motivated in the months ahead. You can learn more about the Fellowship or start an application by clicking here.
The roots of inequality?

The roots of inequality?

2022-08-2338:341

In this lively interview series from the RSA, Matthew Taylor, puts a range of practitioners on the spot - from scholars to business leaders, politicians to journalists - by asking for big ideas to help build effective bridges to our new future. Oded Galor is Herbert H. Goldberger Professor of Economics at Brown University and the founding thinker behind Unified Growth Theory, which seeks to uncover the fundamental causes of development, prosperity and inequality over the entire span of human history. He has shared the insights of his lifetime’s work in this field at some of the most prestigious lectures around the globe and has now distilled those discoveries into The Journey of Humanity. A Tempo & Talker production for the RSA. In this time of global change, strong communities and initiatives that bring people together are more invaluable than ever before. The RSA Fellowship is a global network of problem solvers. We invite you to join our community today to stay connected, inspired and motivated in the months ahead. You can learn more about the Fellowship or start an application by clicking here.
Comments (9)

Mike Connell

Great series of discussions. Makes the brain work. Don't forget, "These are the good old days." We only have the future.

Apr 4th
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Jebin James

I really enjoy this podcasts. However, this episode is very jarring to hear. It’s almost like they’re not aware of how entitled they are.

Mar 28th
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Caroline Usher

Absolutely brilliant. Appropriately timed.

Aug 22nd
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Jafar Seraj

thanks for your effort

Jun 23rd
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Kamin Farhoodi

thank you

Jun 1st
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Brian Street

So interesting to listen to Mr Timpson who must be one of the minority of employers who listen to the people who make their business work. Personal experience of my nearest Timpson business has been positive in many ways and must reflect the ethics of Mr Tinpson himself.

Apr 25th
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Kevin

Loved this episode. It's really important to do thinking now about what comes after #coronavirus because things are going to change.

Apr 6th
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Kevin

Really enjoy listening to this podcast. Gets into the real nitty gritty of the key themes driving division in our societies, and how we might address them.

Apr 3rd
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