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Squiggly Careers is a weekly podcast that will help you take control of your career development. Hosted by the founders of Amazing If (https://www.amazingif.com/), Sarah Ellis and Helen Tupper, together they cover all things work: from how to manage stress and overcome your confidence gremlins to micro-aggressions and discovering your strengths. Each episode is full of ideas, actions, hints and tips that you can put into practise straight away. Once a month they take a break from talking to ...
 
My name is Jon Ratcliffe. I spent years working for Google around the world and then two years ago launched a business. While building our business, so many interesting topics and issues have cropped up. Everything from purpose to vision to hiring great talent to marketing your business to keeping great talent to strategy to the value of a great coach to what should I do next to who should I hire next to how to sell..Its all so complicated and at times intimidating and I cant over state the ...
 
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In this episode, Helen talks to lecturer, psychologist and author, Connson Chou Locke about Influence. Together they discuss influence issues and assumptions, whether you can fake it, if you don't feel it and the most effective things you can do to improve how you think, feel and act with influence. This Ask the Expert series is supported by the Un…
 
Resilience has been a watch word for leaders and their teams during the disruption caused by the pandemic. With our IMI-CUBS Organisational Resilience Survey revealing that 86% of leaders felt their organisation responded ‘well’ or ‘very well’ to the pandemic, this week on the podcast we will go deeper on that topic with National Management Confere…
 
In this episode Sarah talks with journalist and author of Four Thousand Weeks, time and how to use it, Oliver Burkeman. Together they discuss why we need to redefine our relationship with time, and what makes this so hard. They discuss why some obvious answers to improving how you spend your time don't work and what we can try instead. This Ask the…
 
We start our fourth Ask the Expert series with Sarah talking to writer and all round creator Sam Conniff and scientist Katherine Templar Lewis about Uncertainty. Together they discuss what makes uncertainty so hard for our brains to process and how the unknown stunts our creativity and stalls our progress. Sam and Katherine share the early results …
 
In squiggly careers we increase everyone's impact when we have teams of people that can all play the role of leader and follower. This flexibility helps people play to their strengths, overcome obstacles and maintain momentum. But, it's not easy. You have to be able to put your ego aside and be self-aware enough to know when to move from one mode t…
 
Collaboration at work has become increasingly complex as we navigate a world where the norm is for people to be working in different places at different times. Intentional collaboration has been shown to be 3 x more effective than expecting good collaboration to just 'happen' when we might want it to. In this week's episode, Helen and Sarah talk th…
 
In this special episode of the Squiggly Careers x Changemakers podcast, Sarah is in conversation with Sonya Barlow who is leading change in gender equality. Sonya is an award-winning entrepreneur, founder of the Like Minded Females network (@LMFnetwork), diversity business coach, BBC radio host (everyday side hustle) and author (unprepared to entre…
 
In this special episode of the Squiggly Careers x Changemakers podcast, Sarah talks to Neil Laybourn who is leading change in mental health. Neil co-founded the charity Beyond Shame, Beyond Stigma, a mental health charity supporting young people. Neil is also an ambassador for Mental Health UK. Together Sarah and Neil talk about the pivotal moment …
 
In this special episode of the Squiggly Careers x Changemakers podcast, Helen is in conversation with Andrew Macaskill. Andrew specialises in providing support for job seeekers and describes himself as 'on a mission to end job search misery.' Together Helen and Andrew chat about the challenges of creating change, the role models who've helped him a…
 
In this special episode of the Squiggly Careers x Changemakers podcast Sarah talks to Dr. Leyla Acaroglu a sustainability provocateur and cultural protagonist. Leyla challenges people to think differently about how the world works and is the founder of Disrupt Design, the Unschool and the CO Project Farm. Her TED talk 'Paper beats plastic? How to r…
 
In this special episode of the Squiggly Careers x Changemakers podcast Helen talks to Martyn Sibley who is leading change in disability equality. Martyn is co-founder of Purple Goat agency and his goal is to help companies connect with the needs of the disability community to transform the way everyone lives, works and contributes. Martyn describes…
 
In this special episode of the Squiggly Careers x Changemakers podcast Sarah talks to Phyll Opoku-Gyimah who is leading change in LGBTQ+ equality. Phyll is the executive director of Kaleidoscope Trust, the charity working to uphold the human rights of LGBT+ people across the Commonwealth. She is also the co-founder and executive director of UK Blac…
 
In this weeks episode Sarah and Helen discuss how to make change happen. Together they talk through a 5 stage change framework, inspired by Helen's work as a trustee for the charity Working Families, to support anyone who wants to be a catalyst for change in the work that they do. Sarah and Helen share key insights about what's worked well and lots…
 
This week Helen and Sarah talk about how to find your work/life fit when you are juggling multiple things and your priorities might be competing with each other. Helen and Sarah share their own experiences and practical ideas for action to find your best fit. Learn more..... 1. Download our PodSheet to help you apply the insights from this epsiode …
 
As people start to rethink the role of the office, there are new questions about when and why people come together. On the Squiggly Careers podcast this week, Helen talks to psychologist Dr. Tomas Chamorro Premuzic about how the adoption of hybrid working practices can help people to be their best at work. They discuss how to make teams work effect…
 
The leadership landscape over the past 12 to 18 months has been unpredictable, to say the least, bringing with it a myriad of challenges and change.Throughout the year, IMI has continued to deliver timely, informative and insightful content from the crème de la crème of thought leaders around the world. In this special episode of Talking Leadership…
 
This week Helen and Sarah talk about how to proactively solve problems at work. Problem solving is a transferable talent that can help you navigate uncertainty at work and increase your impact. In this episode, Helen and Sarah share 6 different ideas for action to help you with inevitable changes and challenges of squiggly careers. Learn more..... …
 
In this weeks episode Sarah is in conversation with ex FBI hostage negotiator Chris Voss. Together they discuss how having the right mindset impacts our negotiations and the difference between positive and negative emotions. Chris then shares negotiation techniques we can all try out including how to move from wandering to knowing, calibrated quest…
 
Summer is a great time to kickstart your development with lots of small actions to support your career. There are lots of low effort actions you can tale to invest in your impact, develop your network and explore your future. In this episode Helen and Sarah talk through lots of quick and effective ideas that you can get started with straight away. …
 
This week, Helen and Sarah tackle the tricky topic of ego at work. What it is, how it shows up and holds us back and how to respond to it. They share a survey to support your self-reflection and lots of ideas for action to manage your own ego and protect yourself from the impact of other people's. If you'd like to learn more..... Download the Squig…
 
The idea of psychological safety has come to the fore over the past 18 months. With teams separated, leaders have a renewed focus on being inclusive and fostering a culture of respect and openness to break down the digital barriers that exist. With the return to the office looming, however, we must check in on key questions about psychological safe…
 
This week, Helen talks to author and speaker Dorie Clark about the practicalities of reshaping your role. Whether you're looking for new ways to develop in your existing job or interested in exploring alternative opportunities, this conversation has lots of practical ideas and insights to help you take action! For more insights on Dorie's work and …
 
One of the great things about squiggly careers is that you can develop in different directions and promotion isn't the only option. However, progression can feel hard when it's not always clear where we could go and how we can get there. This week, Helen and Sarah talk about exploring your progression possibilities and share practical ideas and app…
 
Welcome to the second edition of IMI’s Leaders Series podcast, where we will go deeper with leaders on what makes them tick, how they developed their distinct leadership style and what leading means to them.This week, I am delighted to be joined by Bernard Gloster, CEO of Tusla. Bernard is an alumnus of IMI’s Masters in Management Practice, from wh…
 
This week, Helen and Sarah discuss the importance of role models in our careers. Role models are people you admire and find inspiring. They help you to boost your belief and activate your ambition. Sarah and Helen talk about why basing your role models around what you're missing, reflecting on anti role models and investing time in a role model moo…
 
This week, Helen and Sarah are talking about why rituals matter and how to make them work for you. This discuss the difference between rituals and routines, how to create collective and individuals rituals and share 5 ideas for action to inspire you to create rituals at work. This episode is sponsorted by Union hand-roasted coffee, a company on a m…
 
This week on the podcast, our focus turns to resilience and specifically how to embed it within your organisation’s day to day to reduce stress and forge a clear road map to productivity. I’m joined by Eibhlin Johnston, Managing Director of the Resiliency Hub. She is an author, speaker, coach, trainer and consultant. She works as a consultant in fi…
 
In our final episode of our Ask The Expert series, Helen speaks to author Sophie Williams about progression at work. Sophie is the author of two books; Anti-Racist Ally: An Introduction to Action and Activism and Millennial Black which looks at how Black women’s intersectional identities shape their experiences of work. Her career has included work…
 
Asking great questions is an invaluable career skill. It helps to accelerate your learning and build better relationships, but it's not always easy. This week Helen and Sarah talk about the skill of asking questions. They explore different techniques and approaches and reflect on how different people and places require you to adapt your style to ge…
 
This week on the Squiggly Careers podcast, Helen talks to economist and author Sylvia Ann Hewlett about sponsorship. Sylvia is the author of 'Forget a mentor, find a sponsor' and 'The Sponsor Effect' and has a huge amount of insight and expertise on the topic. Together they talk about the difference between sponsorship and mentoring, the importance…
 
In Squiggly Careers, there is no one size fits all version of success. We can develop in different directions and success means different things to different people. However, it can be helpful to have some support in defining our of version of success and in this week's episode Sarah and Helen talk about how to do that. They share lots of different…
 
How can we channel the power of inquiry to make better decisions and move forward in an era of constant change and transition? This week I am delighted to be joined by Hal Gregersen to go deeper on that very subject. Hal is a senior lecturer in leadership and innovation at the MIT Sloan School of Management, a recipient of the Thinkers50 #1 leaders…
 
This week the Squiggly Careers podcast is back with another expert guest. Sarah talks to Dan Cable, Professor of Organisational Behaviour at London Business School. Dan is the author of Alive at Work and Change to Strange and his work has been featured in Harvard Business Review, the Economist and the Financial Times. Together they talk about Purpo…
 
How realistic is a four-day working week in our lifetime? Working from home has recalibrated our expectations, but it has also surfaced new challenges for all of us. To go deeper, this week I am joined by Bruce Daisley, a best-selling author and one of the most respected thought leaders on the subject of workplace culture and the future of work. Br…
 
In this episode Jon Ratcliffe interviews Matt Brittin the head of Google in Europe Middle East and Africa. Jon is the CEO of Engage Video Group and a Global Agenda Council Member for the World Economic Forum and he does this fire side chat as part of a London Business School speakers seriesBy Jon Ratcliffe
 
Many of us feel like we've been living our working days on repeat for the last 12 months. A lack of variety and an overwhelm of virtual meetings have resulted in lots of people feeling far more tired by work than they do inspired by work. This week, Helen and Sarah talk about how to rediscover your inspiration and share 4 practical ideas for action…
 
Feedback is a topic many people struggle with and this week in the next episode of our Ask the Expert series, Sarah talks to Kim Scott and Trier Bryant about how to put 'radical candor' into action at work. Kim Scott is the author of Just Work: Get *t Done Fast and Fair as well as Radical Candor. Together, Kim and Trier Bryant co-founded Just Work …
 
The numbers on AI don’t lie: two-thirds of executives think AI is crucial for their business’ success. By 2025, it is predicted that AI will grow up to $118 billion. To dig in on the potential and pitfalls, this week I am joined by David Kerrigan, a specialist in artificial intelligence. David is an author, speaker, and founder of London-based soft…
 
Mentoring is one of the ways we can support other people with their career development. Anyone can be a mentor. It's not a role reserved for 'senior' people or people who have years and years of experience. We can all share our insights and perspectives with other people to help them learn about themselves and their career. This week, Helen and Sar…
 
Happiness can seem like a complex topic. This week, Helen talks to entrepreneur and author Mo Gawdat who has created an equation for happiness, that bring clarity to the complexity. He's taken his personal experiences, his engineering expertise and insights from his own career to make happiness predictable and available to everyone. This week, Hele…
 
Welcome to the first edition of IMI’s Leaders Series podcast, where we will go deeper with leaders on what makes them tick, how they developed their distinct leadership style and what leading means to them. This week, I am privileged to be joined by Donal O’Donoghue, Managing Director at Sanderson and President of the National Recruitment Federatio…
 
In this week's episode Helen and Sarah discuss how to explore your potential. They discuss how stretching your strengths, understanding your risk readiness and curating your own (potential) curriculum are all practical ways to start taking action towards exploring your potential today. Stay in touch with Helen and Sarah @amazingif on instagram or v…
 
Purpose in organisations is often talked about, but the gap between the perception and the reality on the ground can be eye-opening. To separate the fact from the fiction about purpose-led leadership, and to dive into how leaders can embed purpose as a key pillar of their businesses, I am joined this week by Kerrie Fleming.Kerrie is a Managing Part…
 
In this week’s Ask the Expert interview, Sarah talks to author, radio host and TED speaker Celeste Headlee about how to have better conversations at work. Together they discuss why most of us focus too much on what we’re going to say rather than what we can learn from conversations. Celeste suggests practical ideas to improve the quality of our con…
 
The ups and downs of squiggly careers can take their toll and affect how we respond to challenging situations. Emotional agility is the skill of being able to manage our emotions at work so that they help us rather than hinder us. It's not about being robotic and having no emotions, instead it means being aware rather than acting on auto-pilot. As …
 
In this week's episode Sarah and Helen discuss the 4 most common feedback challenges: how to get more improvement feedback, feedback from peers, giving feedback to your manager and giving/getting feedback when working virtually. Stay in touch with Helen and Sarah @amazingif on instagram or via email at helenandsarah@squigglycareers.com See acast.co…
 
This week our focus turns to the future, as we dive into the key qualities and competencies to be an effective leader in a business landscape that has undergone its fair share of changes in the last 12 months. I’m joined by Jacob Morgan, a four-time best-selling author, speaker and futurist and the founder of the Future of Work University. We discu…
 
Building a personal board for your career can support your learning, increase your opportunities and help you overcome beliefs that might be holding you back. In this week's Squiggly Careers episode, Helen and Sarah talk about the roles that you need, how to find the people who can fill then and how to secure their help! For resources to support th…
 
Earlier this year Helen and Sarah worked with the TEDx team to deliver their first TEDx talk. From writing, practicing and presenting, the TEDxLondon team were there to support every step of the way. The team have helped 100s of people to share their ideas and present with authenticity. In this week's Squiggly Careers podcast, Helen and Sarah talk …
 
Today we will turn our focus to the people who make businesses go. HR is being tested like never before in our current landscape, with a fine balance between focusing on business growth and developing performance capabilities for the now – and for the future. I am joined by Jon Ingham, a people and organisation development strategist. Jon is a HR E…
 
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