Professor Laura Empson and Tony Hall, Lord Hall of Birkenhead, explore the crucial leadership questions currently facing professional organisations and their leaders. They uncover the complicated, messy and surprisingly emotional challenges of leading professionals.
Hosted by Julia Boggio & Ed Crocker who speak with writers about the stories that changed their lives - like desert island discs for books.
The Lady is one of Britain's longest-running women's magazines. It has been in continuous publication since 1885 and is based in London. An interview with the brilliant Ivo Dawnay, freelance writer, journalist, communications director, creative director, political researcher, formerly at Financial Times, GJW Government Relations, Weber Shandwick, National Trust.
Our mission is to build a public constituency for a sound, healthy and capable U.S. intelligence system. Our focus on education fosters an understanding of the important role of intelligence in National Security and nurtures interest by students in careers in the many fields used by U.S. Intelligence Agencies. This includes the role of supporting intelligence activities in U.S. policy, diplomacy, strategy, security and defense.
"He spent much of his career working in absolute secrecy, even as he fought to bring greater openness to the intelligence services. Now, whether on how he made his wife an unwitting cold war intelligence asset or he went about inviting prospective spies to be interviewed, David Bickford is illuminating at least some of the agencies’ work."
An interview with Jacqueline Nochisaki of CEO Magazine. The CEO Magazine is more than a business title; it’s a source of information, inspiration and motivation for the world’s most successful leaders, executives, investors and entrepreneurs. Our content creates conversations, our voice is the one that matters.
An interview with the wonderfully talented Sonal Rupani. The UAE’s alternative take on news, entertainment and sport. With personality aplenty, this is a show designed to cross the opinion divide – whose side are you on? Join Chris, Robbie and Sonal as they cut through the clutter to bring you the news, entertainment and sport stories that actually matter. With topical talk, big name guests and a strong sideline in humour, prepare to veer Off Script on your drive home commute.
"KATYA" will launch at the oldest bookshop in the United Kingdom, founded on Piccadilly in 1797. After one move, it has been at the same location on Piccadilly next to Fortnum & Mason since 1801.
A great review followed by a live chat with Chanel Epskamp, one of TikTok's amazing BookTokers with 63k followers.