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The 1% Podcast features guests and experts that will offer advice and insight to help you optimise your performance, wellbeing, critical thinking, and life. We chat to an eclectic range of top-class performers from sport, business, politics, art etc. to extract the tactics, tools and routines you can use to get 1% better and achieve success. This is The 1% Podcast.
 
Steven Cerri, in the EngineertoLeader podcast, reveals years of experience, tools, skills, knowledge, information, and perspectives that will allow you to create, build, and advance the engineer, scientific, or technological career you want. No matter where you are in your engineering career, just entering the workforce or 20 years into your technical career, or even if you are manager, there are tools, skills, and knowledge that can leapfrog your career to where you want it to be NOW. You c ...
 
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Fiona Kearns is a business psychologist from Kearnsconsultancy One of the challenges for any talented, ambitious person is dealing with meetings - and interruptions from others. IN this podcast episode we'll find out: How to deal with interruptions when you speak Work out what is really going on HOw to plan how to deal with 'players' who are in the…
 
I, Susan Heaton-Wright have podcasted for seven years. For those listeners who are new to the podcast I wanted to share why I podcast; the purpose of the podcast and how this is a great opportunity to learn a new skill and content from brilliant guests. The learning points include: * How I recognised I was procrastinating and pushed through * That …
 
Today’s guest was a driving force behind previously unseen success for Irish teams and athletes on European, World and Olympic stages. Gary Keegan is the Founder and CEO of Uppercut, a High Performance Consultancy, with a unique advisory service that helps transform how individuals and organisations achieve high performance in sport, business and l…
 
Author Jeff Schwartz discusses his fascinating new book Work Disrupted Opportunity, Resilience, and Growth in the Accelerated Future of Work. Schwartz shares how our working world is changing; and the traditional idea of a 'career ladder' won't exist. The pandemic, AI and technology are changing the way we work, and we have an opportunity to alter …
 
A New Year is the perfect opportunity to celebrate all you have achieved in the previous year as well as looking forward to the new year. I share 3 activities I always use to celebrate and look forward. This is not exclusively setting career goals but all aspects of your life. Here is a complimentary worksheet I use for New Year Outlooks. Download …
 
Inspired by Shonda Rhimes's incredible book "Year of Yes" I discuss why we should listen to what is being asked. Are we saying no when we should really be saying yes? Are we saying no because we are nervous or frightened? I share examples from successful people who do say yes; as well as considering when you could say yes to increase your opportuni…
 
Andy Lopata has written a thought provoking - and potentially life changing book for everyone. He challenges us to Ask more: for help, support, opportunities. And also makes us reflect on WHY we don't ask. This is an important episode for anyone who runs a business, wants to develop their career or who is struggling. Purchase his book from all good…
 
That’s a wrap! Season 6 of the One Percent Podcast is now in all podcast stores. We pulled together a recap episode for you this week, featuring short clips from some of the great moments in the podcast’s sixth season. We were fortunate to have incredible leaders from across industries, disciplines, and fields share their stories and perspectives –…
 
Beth Hartley is a Cambridge Graduate and leads a strategy team for Sainsburys. She lobbies the Government and raises awareness of invisible disabilities and the importance of inclusion. Beth is deaf and recognises that facemarks are a barrier for deaf people to be in a conversation. In this powerful podcast we discuss considering the challenges oth…
 
Podcasts are becoming more popular than ever, and 75% people listen to learn something. This is a great way to raise your credibility! But podcasting might not be the best fit for your business: why not consider being a podcast guest. In this episode I share why it is a good idea and also offer a complimentary Podcast Guest Top Tips ebook To ensure…
 
Damian Brown, former professional rugby player talks to us about the exploration of his physical and mental limits, rowing the Atlantic and conquering the Seven Summits. Damian played elite rugby with clubs such as Leinster, Connacht and Brive. After retirement, he embarked on a life of exploration and adventure successfully defeating the Marathons…
 
Fred Dust was a Senior Partner and Global Managing Director at international design firm IDEO. A leading voice and practitioner of human-centered design and networked innovation, he helps organizations in media, finance, retail, and health confront disruption stemming from shifts in consumer behaviour, social trends, economic pressures, and new tec…
 
Trish is a qualified and accredited psychotherapist, trainer, and offers counselling and therapy in couples counselling, sexual intimacy and individual psychotherapy. Trish has appeared as a commentator on Prime Time, The Afternoon Show, Frontline, Live at 3, and teenage programmes on RTE. She is also a regular contributor to the print media in nat…
 
As a tribute to Black History Month I am delighted to interview Dr Morgan. Dr Marcia Morgan is the author of "The Silenced Voice: there is purpose in pain". She shares her perspective on how the minority of people within a group: whether this is at work or the community risk being ignored. This is a powerful, insightful interview and I guarantee yo…
 
To honour Black History Month, I interview the amazing Carol Stewart on the importance of a diverse workforce; how crucial it is for us all to have an open mind and see everyone for how they can positively contribute to this changing world. Everyone has a talent and everyone deserves for their talent to be developed Carol can be contacted on Linked…
 
Peter Komolafe is a financial education expert: he coaches people to talk about money issues. Financial Wellbeing is a major cause of stress and anxiety; being able to talk about your financial concerns as well as working with money in a positive way is a far more healthy way to approach finances. Peter shares some ways to start talking about money…
 
Dr. Krystal Culler, DBH, M.A, is the Founder of Your Brain Health Matters, a consulting business that offers a variety of brain health and memory care services to senior care professionals and businesses to make their projects and initiatives thrive. Through the Virtual Brain Health Centre she educates brain wellness to individuals online. As a Doc…
 
One of the easiest ways to raise your visibility: whether you are job searching or increasing your credibility is to use social media. Arn Terry from Freetown Mindset He shares fantastic tips and ideas for using social media; repurposing your content and even starting to make money from your passion. Don't forget to connect with him either via his …
 
For over 25 years, John has worked in the Patrician Secondary School, Newbridge as a Teacher and now as a Guidance Counsellor. He is the author of the acclaimed book ‘Ways to Well-being’ which is being taught in over 140 schools in Ireland and Europe. It focuses on teaching young people how to manage their emotions, change, relationships – everythi…
 
Have you wondered how you can use Linkedin effectively; whether this is to raise your profile, credibility or to search for a job. Susan Kench is a Linkedin expert who trains corporate organisations to use Linkedin effectively. In this podcast she shares many top tips that are invaluable for us all. Contact her on linkedin and her website is www.Li…
 
With over 22 years of experience as a psychologist and sports scientist, Tim Harkness has worked closely with a diverse group of elite athletes, including the Olympic gold medalist Abhinav Bindra and the Saudi Arabia national football team. He’s also Head of Sports Science and Psychology at Chelsea Football Club. Tim grew up in South Africa during …
 
Andy Lopata is a leading expert on business relationships and building a good business network. In this incredible interview Andy shares top tips on how to build and maintain business relationships; particularly important for career development and for job searching. Andy's excellent book is Connected Leadership To contact Andy go to his website…
 
This incredible interview with Susan Heaton-Wright and Bob Kulhan is full of excellent content. Recorded during Lockdown in New York, Bob emphasises the importance of keeping the human connection. Valuing what others say and keeping that eye contact. Warning: the sound from NY is poor, but the content is so good don't miss it. Here are details of B…
 
Simon Childs is a leading headhunter for executive positions. He is passionate about talented individuals presenting themselves to the best of their abilities in interviews. In this action packed interview, he shares many gems and tips on how to prepare and perform with excellence in interviews. To contact him or for more information, go to his Lin…
 
That’s a wrap! Season 5 of the One Percent Podcast is now in all podcast stores. We pulled together a recap episode for you this week, featuring short clips from some of the great moments in the podcast’s fifth season. We were fortunate to have incredible leaders from across industries, disciplines, and fields share their stories and perspectives t…
 
We all need to be visible: whether we are business owners or employees of organisations. Curry Queen and Visibility expert extrarordinaire, Sarah Ali Choudhury shares some great ideas to become more visible, particularly if you don't have a traditional "Shop Front". Sarah can be contacted at her website. Instagram at @instacurryqueen, Twitter: @sar…
 
In the last few weeks I have become aware of clients who are being asked to work longer hours "Because we are all in a crisis" or "Well you are lucky to have a job", but this is impacting on individuals' lives. Setting professional boundaries: ensuring colleagues and bosses understand your limits and therefore respect you, is an art in itself, yet …
 
Today I welcome Enda McNulty to the 1% podcast. Enda played on the Armagh team that won the All Ireland in 2002, and was awarded an All Star that year and won seven Ulster titles with that team. Enda earned a degree in psychology from Queens University Belfast and a degree in Sports Science from University of Ulster. He worked for 7 years as perfor…
 
Ade McCormack is a former technologist who today is focused on helping individuals, organisations and societies thrive in the digital age. He has written a number of books on digital age matters and has lectured at MIT Sloan School of Management on digital leadership. Ade similarly had columns in the Financial Times and CIO magazine on this theme. …
 
Kingsley Aikins is the CEO of The Networking Institute, a consultancy company that specialises in training in the areas of trade promotion, philanthropy, and diaspora engagement. Prior to founding the Networking Institute, Kingsley held a variety of roles including Chief Executive of the Worldwide Ireland Funds and Founder and CEO of Diaspora Matte…
 
Bryan spent over 12 years with Cirque du Soleil as the Head of Performance Science. While at Cirque, he was responsible for managing the integration of strength and conditioning, performance nutrition and mental performance, as well as overseeing assessment protocols and performance data platforms. In his role he worked alongside the coaching and p…
 
Few of us could have believed that when we welcomed in 2020 we would soon face a pandemic that is affecting millions of lives and is dramatically changing the way we work, we live and in all too many cases how we die. While every profession is facing unprecedented challenges, it is perhaps the medical profession that is under the most pressure. Pre…
 
That’s a wrap! Season 4 of the One Percent Podcast is now in all podcast stores. We pulled together a recap episode for you this week, featuring short clips from some of the great moments in the podcast’s fourth season. We were fortunate to have incredible leaders from across industries, disciplines, and fields share their stories and perspectives …
 
We are dealing with incredible changes in our lives due to the lockdown. As a result of requests, I am delivering a hugely popular webinar I have been delivering to corporate clients as a podcast. Normally I have a lot of interaction; chat and polls. This is our new norm and our lives will never be the same. Although we can bounce back (resilience)…
 
Joey Boland is a former Dublin hurler and founder of Sports Physio Ireland, which provides physio care for the Dublin hurlers, as well as various club teams in the capital. In recent weeks Boland took the decision to close his sports physiotherapy clinic but he and his staff were determined to continue looking after their clients. Boland and his te…
 
In times of adversity, there are always some winners and some losers. David Hyner is a motivational speaker and has spoken to many successful people in his time. He has identified the 'rhino' mentality which is invaluable for today's world. In the interview he shares how we can embrace this inner strength so we can survive. David is always delighte…
 
Motty is a Registered Sleep Technologist and has completed a Mini fellowship in Behavioral Sleep Medicine from Perelman School of Medicine under University of Pennsylvania. He believes sleep is the cornerstone to optimal physical and mental health, and currently runs Sleep Therapy Clinic where he offers non pharmacological treatment for behavioural…
 
Penny Pullan is the author of Virtual Leadership. For a number of years she has led projects globally using virtual methods. In this timely interview, she shares top tips to leading effectively in a virtual world. To order her book please go to the website: Penny shares the discount code in the podcast - so listen out. Penny actively encourages you…
 
Dr. Fergus Connolly (@Fergus_Connolly) is one of the world's foremost human performance thought leaders and influencers. Author of the bestselling book "Game Changer - The Art of Sports Science", Fergus has applied performance science with leading sports, military, and business teams. He is the only coach to have full time roles in every major spor…
 
a REAL minority, Darren Harris is a high impact global professional speaker inspiring his audiences to become a real MINORITY in their industry. Darren has competed in 2 Paralympic Games in 2 different sports and has become England's most capped and most decorated blind footballers. Here is the transcript of the interview. In the interview, we focu…
 
We are living in a new world work wise. And if you are leading a team, it is not exclusively leading the work, but also their mental well-being. Our guest is Martin Conway, who is a leader within a multi-national organisation. He shares tips and observations to ensure his team are supported emotionally during this challenging time. Martin can be co…
 
Mark Beaumont (@mrmarkbeaumont) is a British long-distance cyclist, broadcaster and author. He holds the record for cycling round the world, completing his 18,000-mile (29,000 km) route on 18 September 2017, having taken less than 79 days. Beaumont’s documentaries, events and books about ultra-endurance and adventure have taken audiences to over 10…
 
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